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
    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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