Find out how adoption can impact genealogical research

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4 April 2018

Title ResearchTitle Research have written a commentary piece on how adoption can impact genealogical research. This is in light of a recent article from the Yorkshire Post, which revealed that lawyers are searching for a mystery heir who is expected to inherit millions after his mother left him her fortune in her Will.

The mystery heir was born and adopted in 1964 but his adopted name is unknown. It’s proving to be very difficult to locate the man so the solicitors acting on behalf of the family have now appealed to the general public for help in the search for the mystery heir.

Find out more about this intriguing case in Title Research’s latest blog post:

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