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|Board Name: England (Adoption Related)
||Jul 17, 2000
|Searching for my brother. For 32 years, I thought that I was an only child. Now I learn that I have a
brother who is just one year older than me. Can you imagine what it is like for an only child, who has always
wanted a brother or sister, to find out that they have a brother? Can you now imagine what it's like for an
only child to find out they have a brother after all this time, but not allowed to know anything at all about
him? I have been denied of my brother for all of my life, and he of his sister for the most of his life. All
I want to do is to make a little contact, to at least have one chance of seeing him. I'm not expecting a
great big reunion, but now at least I know why, for all of my life I have felt that there is something
missing, and why I have felt that I don't belong. It's all starting to slowly make sense! I know my brother
has his own life, and his adopted parents are his family, and I respect that, and would never wish to take
that away from him. But I just want to find out about him, and so this is where I am asking you all to help
me, if you can!
His name at birth was GRAHAM PAUL JOHNSON
Date of birth is 23 MAY 1967, in Liverpool.
He was adopted through the Catholic Children's Society, from Holly House, on Holly Road, L7, by an
organisation now known as Nugent Care. He is believed to have gone to a family in the Warrington area, who
already had a little boy they had adopted 3 years earlier.
I have no further information regarding my brother, and would so much like to at least know about him. It is
so hard trying to trace him, and I have registered with ONS and NORCAP, but he is not on their registers. If
anybody knows anything at all about "Graham", then please let me know. I am not an intrusive person, and
really want to go about this in the best way.
"Graham" and I have the same mother and father, so he is my full-blood brother. Any help or info at all would
be greatly received.
Sorry that this has been a long post!
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