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i was born as "Scott Salkeld"
Posted by: Scott Jackisch (Salkeld) (ID *****8131) Date: September 06, 2008 at 18:33:13
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My name today is Scott Jackisch. But i was born Scott Robert Salkeld to Robert (don't know middle name) Salkeld and Karen Shirley Humphris on 12 January 1974, in Melbourne, Australia. My parents separated and then divorced when I was 8 or 9. I think then, my father went back to his country of birth, Canada. Im not sure of his exact age. I do know he was older than my mother though, who was born in April of 1951, and at least 5 years older. Could someone please help me to know my family line? I want to know the history of my family. I have not seen my father since he left nor heard from him, & my mother doesnt really talk of him. So I have no way of knowing what my ancestors were like, who they are/were, and where I fit in. I feel I have grown up never knowing who I really am. Could someone please help? I can find out more information if needed. I know I have not given much. So if you have questions please ask, and I will try to obtain answers from my mother or other members of my family. I have absolutely no contact with any one from my fathers side of the family nor does anyone from my family, including my brother Brett Jackisch who was born Brett Salkeld on 23 December 1978. My father also had one brother that i knew of. I dont know what age he was nor if my father had any other siblings. I don't even know if my father is still alive. I would appreciate any help anyone is willing to give me on this matter.
Scott Jackisch(Salkeld). :o)

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