Finding a Lost Relative

I am looking for my son. I haven't seen him in 38 years. He lives in Rochester, New York.

By Robert

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September 7, 20120 found this helpful

www.whitepages.com (see if he has a land line telephone). It will also bring up paying sites @ the bottom (several of them) and you can click on those. They won't give you a lot of info for free, but they can give you enough info @ times to be able to find something else. Find the county that Rochester NY is in and access the CAD (central appraisal district). If he owns a house, you can find his address that way. Type his full name in the internet and you may bring something up that way, although you will have to "sift" through a lot of stuff. You might be able to get information from "Linked In" and other working sites, or Classmates, etc. There are tons of sites you can get information from, just look on the internet. Hope some of this helps.

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September 9, 20120 found this helpful

Using the computer go to intelius.com. Type in his name only - do not type in city and state (he may have moved). A listing of people will come up with that name including their age, city and state that they live in now and also where they've lived in the past. Also, relatives names will be shown as well. After that you can go to whitepages.com for his address and phone #.

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Good luck with your search.

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September 9, 20120 found this helpful

Have you searched sites like Facebook and Linkedln? I've found a few people that way by doing a name search. Don't limit your search to Rochester because he might not actually be living in Rochester itself.

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September 9, 20120 found this helpful

If you're sure he lives where you say he does it sounds quite easy if you follow thriftyvicki's suggestions. I'd start with the appraisal district. I know when I bought a house years ago the info at the appraisal district revealed previous owners of the house I was buying.

The fact that you haven't seen him in years makes me sad. There was a time I didn't see my son for a year and I was heartbroken. He was a young adult angry with me.

I went to the police station to try to report him missing. They said they couldn't, but they evidently looked because they found him in a matter of hours and my son showed up at my front door. He later told me the office told him his Mother was looking for him. Our relationship is mended and I am a very fortunate Mother. Keep trying, he may have been angry with you but he may also be looking for you. I pray that you reunite with him.

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September 9, 20120 found this helpful

Some years ago I read that the Salvation Army will help you find a lost relative. I contacted our local branch and, sure enough, they located my brother-in-law with whom we had lost contact.

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At the time they only charged a small fee and it was certainly worth it. I don't know if they still have this service, but it would be worth a phone call to find out. Good Luck.

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September 9, 20120 found this helpful

It should be easy for you to find him as you have his ss number I expect and know where he is living. Look him up on www.zabasearch.com. for free. Other search engines will give his whole background for about $30 like Intellus. They will give you his cell number, address, background, ect. Good luck.

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September 9, 20120 found this helpful

You can always try MyLife and some of the other search sites. My husband found his brother there after 8 years, just in time he had 4th stage liver cancer. I wish you luck.

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September 11, 20120 found this helpful

If you need some help please email me amberbe24 AT yahoo.com. I found my husbands father and mother also a sister.

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October 9, 20120 found this helpful

I used to do adoption searches & have reunited close to 40 families. IF you have his social security # they used to let you write a letter to the person you are searching for & they would send it to them & it was then up to the person being searched for to contact you.

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Let me know if I can help. lulupurk AT yahoo.com

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