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looking for half -brother JERRY WAYNE, name before he was adopted
Posted by: betty mclaughlin (ID *****1884) Date: September 07, 2006 at 15:34:08
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I have been trying to find my half brother since I was 13 when I found out that I had one. I'm 34 know still can't find him. My father would have been 60 this year. He died in an car wreck in 1980. He was born on July 31, 1946 he was 34 my age when he died. His name was Ronald James McCoy. His Mothers name was Estelle pace-boyd. She died in 1984. See my father was raised as a pace but changed his last name at 18 when he found out that his father's real last name was McCoy.
But as far as my half brother he was born in gordon county ga, between 1963 & 1965. That would make him around 40 to 43. His name at the time was Jerry Wayne don't know last name he was later adopted. His mother's name is Dixie don't know her last name. Same father but they were never married. So see betty the reason why I want to find him is because I was raised as an only child and no father to look up to. It would just be nice to find someone that is kin to me in this way. He properly don't know about me but I know about him that is why he has never searched for me as far as I know.

i am a friend and not related to the family. thank you betty


Thanks,
Timothy Dwane McCoy.



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