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Reply Kathy Johnstone
7:49 AM on August 11, 2017 
I was born in Kansas City, Missouri (don't know exactly where) on September 6, 1956. Was adopted by October, then grew up in Connecticut. Looking for my birth mother.
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Reply Janet Newquist
11:28 AM on June 22, 2017 
Born in JacksonCounty - May 8,1954. and placed for adoption.
Reply Aegeboboi
6:43 AM on June 11, 2017 
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Reply Ron Galloway
7:33 PM on June 8, 2017 
Both my sister & I were adopted through this agency to wonderful parents, So thankful for the work done by them.
Reply Kris Harman
11:33 AM on May 12, 2017 
looking for birth parents or siblings for child born 2 Feb 1938. He was given the name Monte Bankhead at birth. Bankhead being his birth mom's surname. He was adopted by a family with the last name Hemker.
Reply Nancy Hampton Carson
5:27 PM on April 23, 2017 
Would be interested in finding information on birth family since I was born in Kansas City on January 2, 1942, and adopted by a couple from Amarillo, Texas
Reply Jane Danner
4:47 PM on April 20, 2017 
Looking for info on Murriell Joyclyn Walter and Vernon Walter adopted by Charles E and Mary E Walter in 1918 and 1917 from Fairmont Maturnity home.DOB on Murriell is July 12 1918.
Reply Chuck Cannon
1:20 PM on March 13, 2017 
IN 2011, I was able to locate my biological sister. My family and hers have readily accepted each other and are reveling in our new-found relationship.
Reply Amanda
7:48 PM on February 25, 2017 
My Mother In Law was adopted from Kansas City in July 1945. We don't know which home she was adopted from. He adopted parents names were Cliff and LaVada Hampton. Any info would be greatly appreciated!