By Explorer2017
100 days ago

At Last I have Found My Dead Siblings 50 Years Later

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How I found my 4 dead siblings is a hard work I had done. Then after 50 years I found them.

This is how I did, an excerpt from my post I have just written awhile ago:

"While reading the microfilm of our city's registry, I was surprised to find out that we're 10 in our family. There were twins, Gilda and Gilde who were still born and Julianito and Gerardo who died in their early age of dysentery. They're born before me. I couldn't help myself to weep of sorrow and gratefulness for without this genealogy I haven't known them.

So we're all in all 10 in the family. They are as follows Cesar (deceased), Julianito (deceased), Gerardo (deceased), Jaime (deceased), Elesita, Mecoy, Gilde (deceased), Gilda (deceased), Eduardo, and Gilbor (me).

What a reunion I have with my four dead siblings! Because of genealogy, I was able to find them after 50 years from the registry record of our local government. I felt something strange while I read and scanned the record from a microfiche reader in our Family History room in the La Carlota chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Through the help of Sister Elenita D. Jayona, our Family History Specialist, everything was facilitated and I was able to find them.

Thank you, genealogy for I have found my other four dead siblings."

Source: "How Do I Find My Four Dead Siblings", RandomThoughts of Gil Camporazo, Sep. 5, 2018

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Violeta Very nice Ane
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DAIANAGABAR Beautiful article
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Justin Very interesting
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Deliana Oh, you didn't know about them from your parents...
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Explorer2017 @Deliana Yes, they never ever mentioned them to me. So I thought we were only six children and I was the youngest. But I was wrong from such belief.☹️
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viktorija64 Beautiful article
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Explorer2017 😉
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