Search For Lost Relatives
Find Lost Relatives is what we do. Specialist in providing help to Find Lost Family of Relatives
In need of help to locate a lost family member?
The Salvation Army is always a good start in finding a Lost Relative or a family member.
A Mother, Father, Sister, Brother, Grandchild, Uncle, Aunty.
At Friends reconnected we are focussed on best approaches to find lost relatives missing People.
Here is an example of one of or family member traces. In fact, it was actually also a missing heir! Click here See entry number two.
We do not claim to be” the best out there” or indeed possessing the “highest success rate”. However, what we can say with absolute certainty is: “We go about our business in a quiet non-boastful and dignified manner. Crucially and rather surprising, we limit ourselves to just one case at a time.
In the past often success would elude us, due to time limits on how long we could devote to each case.
Now the amount of time we can spend on a single case is unlimited. In conclusion, we invariably do find that elusive missing person.
Here you can see some challenging cases.
What is the key to a successful outcome
Although “blindingly obvious” attempting to Find Lost Relatives we can say: “as much background information as possible is essential. No matter how trivial or non-relevant it may seem.”
In particular old addresses, old friends and neighbours at the time. Often, we find precisely what we are looking for by making a trip to the location last known. Speaking to neighbours etc. etc.
Often ‘metaphorically’ it can be the door leading to crucial information needed. Often coming from the most unexpected of sources.
Obviously there is far more to our day-to-day work than the few lines written here. This is merely offering an outline of the service.
Like others, we do use software too. However, we place a big reliance on good old-fashioned detective work.
Understanding where you are coming from. You time-machine awaits. We remain at your service.
Be happy to help if you wish us- to do so!