Abandoned 40 Years Ago, Seeking Birth Family

My name is Angie, and I’ve started this blog to help my husband find his birth family. We’ve exhausted all other options, as far as we can tell, so we’re taking our search to the internet. Here’s what we know.  This is my husband at about 2 years old. My husband was born on or about June 6, 1972. Within 12 hours of his birth, he was found by a passerby in a telephone booth at 7-Eleven at 4039 Metropolitan Ave. in Kansas City, KS around 9 a.m. on June 7, 1972. According to an article we found about his situation, he was supposed to be taken to a foster home until authorities could either locate his mother or birth family or until he could be adopted. He was adopted by his adoptive parents by June 20, 1972. His adoptive father passed away when my husband was 12, and his adoptive mother continued to raise him. He has always been loved, cared for and generally treated very well by his family and in fact has no desire to replace them–we just want to learn about his birth family. We did obtain his original birth certificate from the state of Kansas, and his name was listed as “Stephen Michael Doe.” We assume the name was given to him by someone who found him, the nurses at the hospital or maybe...

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