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From: "Stan & Pat Jackson" <>
Subject: Re: [CHS] Adoption Procedures - Bayesian Filter detected spam
Date: Sun, 6 Aug 2006 16:12:17 +0100
Can anyone help please with the following. My husband has a relative who was
born in 1910 to an unmarried mother . She then married in 1913 and her son
took the new husbands name but as far as we have been able we cannot find an
adoption. When this son married the wedding certificate does not show a
fathers name at all. How can we try to trace what name he was first
It does not seem to be the mothers maiden name.
Pat and Stan.
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From: "Mrs L. McCulloch" <>
Sent: Saturday, August 05, 2006 10:27 AM
Subject: [SPAM] - [CHS] Adoption Procedures - Bayesian Filter detected spam
> John, I know there will be lots of people who can tell you more but as far
> as I remember adoption was not formalised legally until 1926. Before that
> time it was done by private arrangement and there were no rules as to
> whether the child took on the name of the new parents or kept it's
> original name. Regards, Lyn
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