Jamaica Family Search: Pearl Marks, My birth mother- formerly from Kingston, possibly Regent Street
Hi, My name is Elva and I am trying to locate my birth mother, Pearl Marks in Kingston, Jamaica.
I was born at the Kingston Public Hospital (jubilee) on the 18th January 1972 and the adoption order was signed by my birth mother on the 20th January 1972 with Ms Amy Bailey as the witness.
The address next to my birth mother's signature is 2 Regent Street.
Ms Amy Bailey was the founder of Housecraft Training Center at Rosedale Drive, which was the support for underprivileged girls.
I have no idea if my birth mother has now changed her name in marriage etc but would really love to meet her and/or members of my family.
Looking forward to getting in contact with her or a member of family. Thank you so much
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