Adoption Family Finder

Helping those separated by adoption find their biological family.

Adoption Stories

Click on the date of birth to select an adoption story.

Date of Birth M/F Country State County City Hospital/Institution Race Story by:
1923 Oct 31 F USA MO Kansas City White Lineal Descendant
1934 Dec 15 M USA NY Queens Queens White Lineal Descendent
1948 Jan 28 F USA TN Sevier Rochester Genesee Hospital White Adoptee
1950 Nov 26 F USA MT Roosevelt Sidney White Sibling
1958 Jun 14 F USA VA Fairfax Fort Belvior DeWitt Army Hospital Multiple Races Adoptee
1958 Nov 13 M USA MI Genesee Flint White Sibling
1959 Aug 16 F USA NY New York Manhattan St Vincents Hospital White Adoptee
1960 Feb 7 F USA OH Montgomery Dayton Miami Valley Hospital White Adoptee
1960 Aug 2 F USA VA Newport News City Newport News Riverside Hospital White Adoptee
1962 Dec 12 F USA FL Duval Jacksonville Duval Medical Center Native American Adoptee
1963 Oct 14 F USA MO Pulaski Waynesville Memorial Hospital White Adoptee
1966 May 27 F USA MN Ramsey St. Paul White Adoptee
1967 Oct 3 Unsure M USA FL Polk Lakeland Lakeland Hospital White Biological Other Relationship
1968 May 23 F USA WA Pierce Tacoma White Adoptee
1968 Aug F USA FL Miami-Dada Miami Beach Miami Beach Lower White Birth Parent
1968 Nov 8 M USA MI Kent Grand Rapids Salvation Army White Adoptee
1969 Jan 22 F USA IL Saint Clair East St. Louis Christian Welfare Hospital White Adoptee
1969 Jul 19 F USA PA Allegheny Pittsburgh McGee Women's Hospital White Birth Parent
1970 Jan 10? F USA NY Albany Albany St Peter's Hospital White Sibling
1970 Feb 27 F USA CA Los Angeles West Covina Queen of the Valley White Adoptee
1970 Apr 7 F USA NY Kings Manhattan Adelphi Hospital Hispanic Adoptee
1970 May 7 F USA FL Pinellas Saint Petersburg White Adoptee
1970 Oct 14 F USA MI Macomb Grose Pointe Farms White Adoptee
1974 Sep 5 F USA IL Adams Chicago Hispanic Adoptee
1976 Mar 11 F USA FL Broward Fort Lauderdale Broward County Hospital White Adoptee
1977 Jul 31 F USA MO Henry Clinton Golden Valley Hospital White Adoptee
1978 Feb 23 F CANADA NL Saint John's Grace Hospital White Adoptee
1984 Jan 30 F USA NY Erie Buffalo Deaconess Hospital Black Adoptee
1984 Jul 29 F USA MS Tallahatchie Charleston White Adoptee
1988 Nov 20 M USA FL Hillsborough Tampa Tampa General White Grandparent
1992 Sep 3 M USA IA Linn Cedar Rapids St Luke's Hospital White Birth Parent

Tell Your Story (Click Here)

There are so many stories of adoptions. Adoptees looking for their birth parents and birth parents looking for the children they lost. If you are an adoptee or birth parent, there is a very good chance that your biological family is looking for you too. By telling your story, you get the opportunity to let the world know about your experience. The good and the bad. These stories can have a great impact on those that shape the legislation. Your story can help bring about change.

Not a day goes by that I don't think of my mother and wonder about my father. I wonder about their family, what they did, where they came from and how they grew up. The migrations and hardships that made them who they were.

Telling your story is easy. You can write it out in a word processor and paste it into the form. Stories are arranged by date of birth and then location of birth of the adoptee. If you are a birth parent, enter your childs birth date and where they were born. This way the child can find their birthdate and find your story and connect with you. Please do not provide full names of others or contact information in your story. We will provide a way for your family member to reach you without exposing your contact information to those that would harvest it and use it in a malicious or soliciting manner.

Every week we will promote an adoption story on our Facebook page. This will help generate visibility for a possible reunion. In addition, we have several promotional plans to generate exposure to maximize the response rate for an adoption story. You choose the level of promotion and we will get it to the target market that is best for you based on the geographic and demographic parameters of your situation. We are serious about the success of this program and to ensure that the information that is published is true and accurate, we are charging a one time $12.00 fee to publish the story. This helps prevent persons from creating ficticious stories that may hurt or mislead others in their serch. In addition, the cost helps keep this website and all stories online for those searching. Think of it this way, you are helping the other adoptees on this website stay visible just a little bit longer and that is all it may take for success.

Your story should be online within 24 hours and available for your relatives to find you. Being proactive will increase the chances of your success. Tomorrow is not a guarantee. Don't wait for your relative to take the first step, post your story and help them find you!
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