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Banjer BS: Help- find lost love in America for mum (123* d) RE: BS: Help- find lost love in America for mum 08 Jan 03

Not right now, I am still waiting for Saturday morning to speak to the lady in Kimberly West Virginia about her father. He may be the object of the search. I need her to confirm his DOB and his military service. Failing that, I received some info that Kat has found about sending off for a copy of his social security application. The problem is, both are a shot in the dark. I have his service number but not his SSN. (Before 1969 they were not the same, it wasn't until 1968 that the system changed and the use of SSN as a military ID came to be) If the lady in WV comes up with the wrong DOB I will send off for that SSN application which will give the name of his mom and dad. The one that Kat found had the correct DOB. IF!!! the one in WV has the same DOB AND his SSN matches Kat's find then I will pursue that further to see if they can furnish his original service number. So, to make a long story longer, it is all up in the air until at least Saturday morning. I will, after the phone call, be either more confused than I started out or I will have a new half sister (and she a half brother) that neither knew about!

I hope that some of the letters that Rock Chick sent get answered soon. I would like to see her be successful for her Mum.

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