I saw this on MyHeritage this afternoon – DNA Upload to MyHeritage Reveals Father and 3 Half-Sisters: https://blog.myheritage.com/2019/12/dna-upload-reveals-father-and-half-sisters/. A point I always make is to DNA test or upload to other sites. Some of my cousins have only DNA tested at one company.
by Esther December 2, 2019
Washington state resident Rae Ellyn Robinson grew up with her biological mother but never knew her biological father. Her mom never gave her any concrete information to go on. Rae searched for her paternal family for 31 years. After trying many DNA testing services, it was a DNA upload to MyHeritage that cracked the case for her and her family.
Watch her touching story here:
Rae was born in New Mexico in 1966. Her biological father was a soldier that her mother met before he had to leave for Vietnam. When she was 3 months old, her mother married another man, who was the man who raised her. She found out at age 8 that he wasn’t her biological father.