How to find your grandfather?

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Answer #1 | 21/12 2013 09:58
No one can find someone without a name and it is highly likely he is alive and that means, that it is very difficult to find a living person as they have privacy rights and people can't look at their personal records............. he knew your grandmother was expecting, he could have kept in touch even if it was only by letter, so you have to look within your own family for that information........ If you do have a full name then you will have to look on social media, and pay sites such as people search websites and online directories.......
Answer #2 | 21/12 2013 10:10
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Answer #3 | 21/12 2013 15:06
Soldiers who served in Vietnam are mostly still living. What you need to do is get someone on your dad's side of the family to give you his full name, the approximate (or exact) year of his birth, and anything else they can tell you, like where he lived before or after the war, whether he had siblings, his parents' names, what he did for a living, even his hobbies. It's not terribly hard to find people online, although you may have to pay to join some sites like, unless they have no online footprint at all. Some people your grandfather's age are like that--but many more do spend time online, have Facebook accounts, use LinkedIn, receive newsletters or visit forums about their hobbies, etc.

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