How do I edit my profile to show my adoption details, without abandoning my adopted family

+3 votes
I have finally started the process of searching into my adopted roots, mainly at the encouragement of my adopted mother.  Although I was always aware of my adopted background, I have never really been interested, but my "Real" mother is encouraging me to search out my biological background.  I have today got bare details from the UK giving my CNAB, LNAB and my mother's name.  How is the best way to display these?

I will eventually get a DNA test but as yet, searches of Wikitree, Ancestry and FamilySearch have not given me anything definite, just lots of potential hits.
WikiTree profile: Martin Brabander
in Policy and Style by Martin Brabander G2G6 (9.9k points)
edited by Martin Brabander
How wonderful of your 'mother' to encourage you to search for your biological family!!

3 Answers

+2 votes
You basically have two options - have your adoptive parents in your tree, flagged as "Non-Biological", and discuss/link your biological parents in your profile, or the opposite (biological parents in tree and discuss adoptive parents in profile).
by John Trotter G2G6 Mach 3 (39.4k points)
+3 votes
by Kevin Conroy G2G6 Mach 7 (79.5k points)
+2 votes

The link above is from our Adoption Angels Project.  

Let us know if you need any other help.

by Laura Bozzay G2G6 Pilot (674k points)

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