Child Migrants, documents, Forgotten Australians, Stolen Generations

Connecting Kin

by Adele Chynoweth on 11 February, 2011

Connecting Kin is a publication produced by the NSW Department of Human and Community Services which assists people who have been separated from their birth families to find their records.

You can download a copy of Connecting Kin (PDF 1.5mb).

3 thoughts on “Connecting Kin”

  1. I am looking for my sister Yvonne Lesley Kennedy DOB 17/11/1952 last spoke in 1973 when I believe she was about to go to England with her boyfriend John do noy have his last name. I have tried other avenues without success We were seperated inb 1962 when we were both put into Bidurra I believe she spent time at The Good Shepherd in Sydney parents were Martin & Yvonne Kennedy my real name is Eileen Kennedy I would so like to know if she is indeed just alright I would appreciate if you could help or direct me to an org that could help

    Regards Diane Mancuso

  2. I believe that you are looking for my mother, which would make you my aunt! Every thing in your post fits for her, I have a family tree on Facebook you might be able to see. I hope that you get this message and please contact me by email simonhoulders@hotmail.co.uk
    My dad was Rodney John Houlders, they got married before leaving for the UK.
    She has always regreted losing contact with family.
    Hope to hear from you soon.

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