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Sarah H.

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Sarah H.
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Child of [private father (1960s - unknown)] and [private mother (1960s - unknown)]
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Hi Sarah,

Thanks for taking the Pre-1700 Quiz!

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posted by David Selman
Hi Sarah,

This is a courtesy e-mail to see how things are going. Are you enjoying WikiTree so far?

Have the tips in the New Member How-Tos been helpful? Most of us still have some questions after reviewing them, so don't hesitate to let me know.

I'm here to help with issues and questions about how WikiTree works. You can reply to this comment or send me a private message.

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posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Hi Sarah

You may want to use your own surname in the Last Name at Birth field. This will ensure that your profile is listed on the correct surname page with other members and ancestors who also have that surname. Our naming conventions can be found at Name Fields.

If you are concerned about Privacy, click the Privacy tab on your profile or visit our Privacy help page to read about how the different settings work.

Karen ~ WikiTree Greeter

Hi Karen,

Thanks for the advice! But actually I’m not concerned about privacy so much as I don’t think my last name will be relevant to anything I’m researching. I’m currently researching the ancestry of my biological family, who I only recently discovered the identity of. I myself wasn’t adopted, but both of my parents were adopted through closed adoptions as infants and we never knew the identity of their biological parents until last year when I located and contacted them through genealogical research based on distant cousin matches on 23&me.

Since my last name (and my mother’s maiden name) are the names of our adoptive families, I’m not sure listing them would help with any of the research on my biological ancestors. Our surname is also a very uncommon and distinctive last name (not to mention 12 letters long!), so I think having it up there might end up being more of a distraction than a benefit to my research.

I was considering, however, putting a surname from one of my biological ancestors (i.e. what my surname would be if my father hadn’t been put up for adoption). Do you think doing so would be helpful to my research? I’ve been wondering whether or not doing so would be a good idea, and since my situation is so unusual I wasn’t sure if there’s a set protocol for these situations and I was wondering whether someone might have some advice for me on that question.

posted by Sarah H.
Hi Sarah,

If you are researching your biological family then no it wouldn't really be help to you, because then you would be contacted by relatives from your adopted family.

I would say, yes add surnames from your biological ancestors, you may strike lucky and find that there are some of them already on here, and if so may be able to fill you in on information that you are not aware of.

We have a group on here Adoption Angels https://www.wikitree.com/contact/adoption/

They are a group of members who help adoptees find their biological families, so I would suggest contacting them they would be able to advise you much better than I could on this topic.

I hope you have success

Take care Karen

Thank you for volunteering, Sarah!

You are now a member of the WikiTree community. I hope your experience among us is as enjoyable and fruitful as mine has been.

Start with the New Member How-To pages — they are really useful as you add profiles and learn your way around.

When you are ready take a look at projects, there may be a One Name Study for your surnames, or one covering your research location(s).

Take your time, and let me know if you need any help using the site.

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posted by Hilary (Buckle) Gadsby
Welcome!

This is just a note to say hi/hello and to let you know that I'm available to answer questions about joining WikiTree. To contact me, reply to this comment, or click the link to my name and then send a private message or post a comment on my profile page.

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posted by Hilary (Buckle) Gadsby

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