Woman Given Up for Adoption in Australia is Reunited 60 Years Later With British Family She Never Knew She Had
A woman whose unwed mother was sent to Australia and then gave her up as a baby has told of her joy at finding her long-lost British family after 60 years apart.
Suzy Fraser, 64, was given up for adoption after her pregnant mother was packed off from Portsmouth, Hants, Down Under to give birth to her in 1958.
Her mother Janet Hall had asked not to be contacted but determined Suzy broke the rules to track her down and found out she had two half-sisters and a half-brother through her father in the UK.
And she used a DNA search through MyHeritage.com to trace a cousin in Gibraltar who then put him in touch with her unknown two half-sisters and brother.
And Suzy has now been met sisters Sharon Day, 57, and Eileen Bond, 54, and brother Steve Bond, 61.
They had a recent emotional meeting after they all flew into Bangkok, Thailand, to meet each other.
You can read more and view numerous photographs of the reunion at: https://tinyurl.com/3kz5kw36.