Is there any chance I can get info. on an adoption in the 1890s in the UK?

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It might be worth a try to investigate a little. If you don't try, the chance is zero or close to zero.
Go through archives and find someone who may have been a neighbor to your father. Definitely find out who adopted him and find their family members and neighbors. Of course, in the UK. Don't give up!!!

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Most adoptions at that date were informal, so I would think your chances of finding any documentation are unlikely. The first legislation governing adoption in the UK was passed in 1926.
by Lynda Crackett G2G6 Pilot (628k points)
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My grandfather was "adopted" after his parents died. I only knew this because I found him on the 1901 census, described as "adopted son" in a nearby family. I think that is the most you can hope for.
by Alison Horlock G2G Crew (840 points)
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Second thoughts - Barnardo's?
by Alison Horlock G2G Crew (840 points)

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