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    So, I need to get in touch with my aunt. As in need, due to the possibility of bloodline related issues that she needs to know about.

    Problem: all I have to go on is her name (birth name and married), her hudband's name, where she lived until, maybe, five years ago, and what country she lives in now.

    I have no phone number, and searches through Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and whatever online people-searching sites have turned up absolutely nothing. I've thought about trying to look for a phone number, but I need to at least know where in the country she's living - which I don't.

    So... what can I do? It's of the utmost urgency that I find her absolutely as soon as possible.

    Thanks guise :hat2:
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    Do you have any idea of which city within the country? If so then you could contact the police. I done it for a cousin of mine but it will only work if you know the area.
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    (Original post by KiwiDream)
    Do you have any idea of which city within the country? If so then you could contact the police. I done it for a cousin of mine but it will only work if you know the area.
    No idea, I'm afraid. I've got an old (and now disconnected) telephone number, and the last time we spoke on the phone - maybe six or seven years ago - she said she was moving to Scotland. That's it, that's all I know; Scotland.
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    I assume you've tried Genes Reunited? Do you have (although, I assume you've done this) any relatives at all who may still be in contact?
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    (Original post by Tootles)
    No idea, I'm afraid. I've got an old (and now disconnected) telephone number, and the last time we spoke on the phone - maybe six or seven years ago - she said she was moving to Scotland. That's it, that's all I know; Scotland.
    I'm all out of ideas I'm afraid then, there are so many different police branches here in Scotland that the police would be of no help. I hope you get in touch with her.
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    Do you know her old address, in which case could you ask a neighbour of that on the offchance they might still be in contact with her or know someone who is?


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