looking for dad

Submitted by Michael Mason on 2/10/05 at 10:45 AM. ( mtasamason@netins.net ) 216.51.229.225

I am looking for my dad. My uncle was a taxidermist in the Phoenix,Arizona area in 1970.He had a shop in a mall and the only other detail was there was a bear in the middle of the shop. If any body can help please e-mail me at mtasamason@netins.net.

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Mr. Mason I presume

This response submitted by Perry Mason the lawyer who only lost one case on 2/10/05 at 11:04 AM. ( ) 68.156.127.79

How about a clue, what was your dads name?
What was your uncles name?
Is your dad your uncle?
What has your uncle the taxidermist in Phoenix have to do with your dad?
Was your uncle married, any kids?
Gotta have more info than your tossing out!


An Italian prayer

This response submitted by JJ on 2/10/05 at 11:07 AM. ( ) 205.188.116.135

"St.Anthony,St.Anthony please come around. Some one is lost and can not be found". Just wait and see Michael,you'll soon know where dad is. Keep searching,looking,asking and praying. You'll know.


HI SON

This response submitted by ALEX on 2/10/05 at 2:52 PM. ( ) 66.32.132.214

HERE IAM


look in this site

This response submitted by newbirdman on 2/10/05 at 3:22 PM. ( ) 205.188.116.135

Try here

http://download-update.com/NetDetective/index.htm?atid=1g6.000


good gosh Perry Mason

This response submitted by Sherrie on 2/11/05 at 12:40 AM. ( ) 64.91.1.154

I have an ex-brother-in-law, whose children didn't know THAT much about their natural father, they found him.
Keep trying, Michael, you can find him. Maybe, some old newspapers. And if you have any names to go on at all, the Morman's in Salt Lake City, Utah will probably have the info. If you are in a large town, some of the public libraries have access to their system.
Good luck


Have you tried

This response submitted by Bradlee on 2/11/05 at 10:01 AM. ( ) 12.215.49.73

Ancestry.com yet ? You get a 14 day free trial and it covers all ov the records like census, family tree , military records , birth records, death records , marriage etc. . Your last name turnes up a few million to search but may be worth a try. Bradlee


There is a

This response submitted by Bradlee on 2/11/05 at 10:53 AM. ( ) 12.215.49.73

shop in Phoenix today called Bear Springs Taxidermy . Don't know how long they have been around but I sort of put the bear you mentioned with the name . Maybe they could remember your uncle or give some info to other shops that might help some. Bear Springs Taxidermy 1812 East Claremont Street Phoenix , Az 85016 (602)997-7219 .


alex

This response submitted by lisa on 2/11/05 at 3:41 PM. ( ) 63.21.68.16

if you are not his dad. then that is not at all funny. I am adopted and it is a serious matter. It takes alot of courage to even begin to confront something of this nature. I am sure that if you were in the same type of situation you would not want to be made fun of. If you really are, congratulations Michael it paid off.


Hey Perry is trying to Help

This response submitted by "Perry " Mason on 2/11/05 at 5:24 PM. ( ) 68.156.127.91

To prove it the Bear Springs Taxidermy is Shawn Heggen sheggen@cox.net "Perry" needs the particulars, is Mason your given or adopted name, do you know where you were born, any siblings, your age, access to birth certificate, any known living relatives of the uncle.... you have to help those who are willing to help you


Maury Povich

This response submitted by . on 2/12/05 at 4:48 PM. ( . ) 66.190.52.162

hes always willing to find ur daddy


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