Posts Tagged ‘reunion’

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Carol from Dudley was adopted during the war. She had no idea who her birth mother was. From the age of 11 she took the bus to school every day. A kindly female ticket collector would stamp her ticket. 50 years later Carol found her mother on 192.com. They joyously reunited. It was the lady […]

Reuniting Suffragettes

We’ve partnered with Family Tree magazine to find and reunite the descendents of  the suffragettes. In the 100th anniversary of Emily Wilding Davison’s fatal protest at the Epsom Derby, we’re offering suffragette descendents up to £50 of free 192.com search credits. Send details of the suffragette in your family tree to Family Tree magazine by […]

We help David Walliams reunite with old school friends

PRESS RELEASE 06.2013 192.com, the UK’s leading people-finding website has helped the actor and comedian David Walliams to reunite some of his old school friends. The reunion recreated an old photograph of David Walliams starring in a school production of All The King’s Men, an experience which inspired the funnyman’s career. Sharing the stage with […]

Reunited: Stone Age Descedents

We’ve  reunited the living decedents of the  Cheddar Man, who lived 9000 years ago. Considered Britain’s oldest complete skeleton, the stone-age remains were found in Cheddar Gorge in the county of Somerset and were excavated in 1903. Genetic fingerprinting later found that some descendants of the Cheddar Man still live in the same area of […]

Barking brilliant! 192.com helps home missing dogs

We team up with pet detectives The UK’s leading people-finding website 192.com is helping the animal organisation DogLost.co.uk to reunite missing dogs with their owners. 192.com is giving DogLost access to millions of names, addresses and telephone numbers to help trace owners of lost or stolen pets. DogLost.co.uk traces missing pets through their website and nationwide […]

Farewell to a wonderful Olympics

Wow. What an amazing two weeks. The athletes and volunteers of London 2012 leave us with incredible memories. We’re so proud of them. Now that the games are over, are you inspired to take up a new sport with old friends? If so, tell us about your sporting reunion on Twitter @192com

Reunited after 50 years

Three soldiers have reunited in Eastbourne after 50 years apart thanks to 192.com. Corporal Bernhard Tedhams served in the Royal Sussex Regiment with Ken Pavey and Mick Chapman in 1956. The trio lost touch for decades.  Berhard Tedhams found Mick Chapman when Robin Brown, a World War Two veteran and professional people-finder used 192.com to trace Ken […]

Nephew in a bottle

Nephew found after 40 years 192.com provides missing link to British family A Melbourne Mum used the internet to find her missing nephew 28 years after emigrating from the UK.  “ When you move abroad, family becomes more important,” said  Mary*, 65, “ I just wanted to find out what had happened to them and to know […]

Reuniting Falkands Veterans

We’re helping veterans from the Falklands conflict and other campaigns to reunite with old friends. To find out how, listen to our interview with the British Forces Broadcasting services, BFBS Radio:  http://soundcloud.com/192-com/britishforcesradiomarch20 We have 700 million UK public records, including over 35 million residential names and addresses from the edited electoral roll.  This information is now freely available to members […]

Kathy and Grandaughter find Granny for Christmas

Kathy of  Basildon reunited with her mother last Christmas after 37 years apart, introducing her for the first time to her grandaughter, Grace.  Kathy employed the people-finding expert Robin Brown, 87, who uses 192.com to search through the edited electoral roll to find missing family and friends. Mrs McGoven briefly reconnected with her estranged mother when she was thirteen but […]