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An Index Entry is a Start Not an End

If you find an ancestor in an index‚ remember that the index entry is meant to guide you to the actual record. Mistakes and omissions can easily be made. Failing to locate the original May create brick walls where none exist. And there’s always the chance that there’s a neat bit of information on the […]

It is also highly recommended that you register with any reunion registry that is available. The two that I would recommend are:

International Soundex Reunion Registry: It is a reputable free reunion registry and widely known. There is a good chance that your birth parent has registered here if they have begun a search for you. Any person that is part of a birth/adoption family May register. WWW.ISRR.NET

State of Missouri Reunion Registry: This registry was developed several years ago through the Division of Family Services in Jefferson City Missouri. It is becoming more widely known and the state law has recently accepted registrations from birth siblings as well as birth parents and adoptees. Click here to print complete and mail the registration form

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