Find Missing People
Find Missing People UK
Find missing people UK is what we do. Whether it be a long lost relative, a friend, ex-lover, or a missing person, it is not at all easy. Albeit claimed to be so, by certain armchair experts. It’s like having to pass through a labyrinth of mostly dead-ends. We know this to be the case, from many years experience in this area of research, See here free Google page: PEOPLE FINDING.
When eventually that special person you are seeking is found, they could be living anywhere across the world, say in Australia or conversely living just around the corner.
Of course, if that lost old friend lives just around the corner- in theory, it should be easy to reconnect.
But if say 20 years have elapsed since you last met, for a start the chances are, neither would instantly recognise the other. Many of us feel we have aged-well, but nevertheless we have aged and appear somewhat different all the same!
Finding an old friend
How many people when searching an old friend, discovered that for years they passed each other daily on their way to work! Yes, it’s not unusual. An irony which makes the search even more unexpected.
How do we go about finding missing people UK.
Unless you get lucky a determined, resolute, and tenacious approach is required.
The first obstacle is the name changes. Upon marriage, the female usually changes her surname. Further complicated as if they are divorced, and the name changed again if she remarries.
Or if she does not remarry she might or might not, revert to her maiden name. That’s the bad NEWS.
Good news is when tracing lost friends:
There are a large number of websites out there which hold a lot of this information. So, simply enter a Google search for what you need and no doubt you will be pointed in the right direction.
Assuming you have this information it’s on to round two:
Checking up which person it is? Often there can be 500 Margaret Smith’s listed. It can be whittled down by having Mr Smith’s Christian name too.
It’s possible on some sites, to perform a two-person name search simultaneously. Let’s take Derek and Margaret Smith. This will reduce the field from say 500 entries to say 100.
We can reduce it further by searching a year or date of birth. If Margaret was born in 1955 it may return just 20 entries.
Then armed with this info, we search Derek and Margaret once again
Theoretically, we are then almost there. One more valuable thing to remember here is; that many people do not move far away. Maybe not the same town but within the same county.
Thus, from this-you search outwards.
Let’s say Margaret was born in Faversham, Kent. There is a strong likelihood she remained in that area. But, by now, the field has narrowed a lot anyway.
If no-go then we look at other options. Assuming we found the right person we then need to access the address. There are a few ways to do this, for example, these guys
Or if you wish you could try us https://friendsreconnected.co.uk/
Contact us via phone:- 07444 750 422 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Story to be continued.