Author Topic: Seeking brother or sister ward family braunstone leic any info thankyou  (Read 327 times)

Kellymarie bacon

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Seeking any brothers or sisters born 1950s 1970s to a pete ward braunstone leicester sister here waiting to meet you

Tina Harrison

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I have wards in my family....Rogerward is my uncle...he is probably near to 70 years of age.

Kellymarie bacon

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The wards were my adoptive family name through care homes I'm searching for siblings now thanks my mum worked at the bell  and she met my dad it wasn't a long relationship  just passing thing she said my mum passed away 3 years ago now on my birth certificate father unknow but she did tell me a fair amount his name and so forth she told him she was pregnant  he didn't show much excitement to be fair  my mum was a fling he continued to work thete until 1971 /2 I never took his name I took my mum's but I'm very positive you and I have a connection  I'm 51 now and have never had the urge to find him to be fair iv grown up happy and have made a good life for myself my mum had dementia and passed I look forward not backwards and enjoy who's around me my name was changed through adoption also kind regards

Tina Harrison

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Hi Kelly
...maybe we do have a connection beit the Bell Hotel!
The situation does sound familiar!
Are you comfortable in sharing your birth fathers name?
I have a lot of information 're the Bell Hotel.
I'm very happy to hear you had a positive upbringing.....yes good attitude Kelly...forward is indeed the way! And although our journey does not define us...it remains important as part of who we are.

Kellymarie bacon

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Hi my dad was a commis chef at the bell and wages were rubbish so he busker ed in town centre

Kellymarie bacon

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My mum was older than him and it was just a random fling as I said iv never had the desire to find him  she told him she was pregnant but to be fair by the sound of it he was a lady's man some things are best left to sleep I don't have his name on b certificate  I took my mum's but ended up in care as she was a waste of space  I don't blame him he was young  and trying to learn a trade

Kellymarie bacon

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The guy was called steve didn't recall my mum telling me surname sorry my mum worked there but then left to hsve me  I grew up in care as she couldn't cope but I didn't have superviseductive access with mum and I loved her to the end I miss her every day x


Tina Harrison

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Hi Kelly
Now...that is interesting.
What was your mum's name?
Did she have any pictures of this Steve?

Kellymarie bacon

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Hi tina as I explained my mum wasn't capable of keeping me so I was placed in care then adopted  she didn't have any photos not that I was given anything all I was stating was there was a connection with you snd I ie the bell hotel  this isn't a private forum and I'm not prepared to put personal details in here good luck in your search as iv explained all I know  it's intersting to find someone who has similarities regarding the bell I don't believe we are connected it was just the the bell

Tina Harrison

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Good luck with your searches. If there is any thing I can help with do let me know.
Yes this is an open forum however I am happy for you to email if you would like to discuss things confidentially. Many thanks for sharing what you have ...it is indeed interesting especially ..the link.to the Bell...your dad's name Steve....the fact he was a commis chef...plus you saying he played on the street to make money(I do know my dad was a guitarist) also the dates were correct too...so quite a few simularies to say the least.
I sincerely wish you all the best !
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