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Peopletracer Blog

May 09

Sister and Brother find each other for the first time

Patricia, who lives in Tyne and Wear, had never known Marie and Joseph, her sibling twins. She knew of their existence and the fact that her mother had put them into foster care at birth. She had also been informed that they had not been adopted. Patricia's own enquiries revealed that Joseph had joined the army at 17, but had since left.

May 02

Adopted Australian discovers sister through family tracing

Roy, who now lives in Australia, was aged 66 before he tried to trace his British biological family. He had known he was adopted since he was 23 years old, but had done nothing about it until the mid eighties. Living so far away from the UK made this search very difficult for him. He knew his parents full names and discovered that a sister was born in 1944, so he obtained a copy of the birth certificate confirming this fact.

Apr 25

Surprise Surprise is back!

The hit TV show Suprise Suprise is coming back to our screens after more than a decade away.

Peopletracer's parent company, Tracesmart were very much involved with the original show back in the 90's, tracing long lost family and friends live whilst the show was on air!

Mar 19

Team Tracesmart @ Miles for Missing People 2012

The Miles for Missing People 2012 charity run was held in Regent’s Park recently and our team from Tracesmart (Peopletracer's parent company) were there for the second year running to support the event and to raise vital funds for Missing People, Peopletracer's charity of choice.

Feb 24

Emotional reunion for childhood nanny

In 1962 Sarah and her brother Andrew had a nanny Valda for five years whilst their mother was ill and Valda proved to be their rock. What made her particularly special was that Andrew is autistic and she looked after him brilliantly, she also helped Sarah with her dyslexia and gave her a lifelong love of reading. Sarah wanted to get in touch with her and thank her for all she did for them.