1. i'm not sure if i have ever posted this before or not...forgive me if i have....but my hubby and i have been trying to find his biological father. we have wrote a search letter and i'm posting it hopes that others can copy it and forward to anyone/everyone....i don't know what state the gentleman lives in currently. i would appreciate any help that can be given in sending this on. thanks ya'll.

    to whom it may concern:

    i am trying to find my biological father, wesley orville campbell. this isn't to bother him or to cause him any trouble, just to find him and get to know some history and if he would like, to get to know him.

    here is a little about myself:

    i was born august 3, 1964; i was named jeffrey howell burt. my mother's name at the time was phyllis joan burt. my stepfather, john greer, adopted me in 1977 when i was 12 years of age. the adoption was handled in gladwin michigan, and the lawyer involved was doug jacobson. i have been married for 16 years this past christmas, and my wife and i have 3 daughters.

    here is the information i have on wesley campbell:

    his nickname had been scott, that is the name everyone used; in fact phyllis' family didn't realize that was only a nickname. in 1964 wesley had blonde hair and walked sort of bow legged. i have been told i look a lot like him. he had been married, but separated from his wife juanita at the time of conception and/or birth of myself. i believe wesley had a son and a daughter older then i am, and that the older son was named guy. wesley's mother had lived in waterford, and wesley had lived in oxford or pontiac on omar st. wesley had been in the navy, and had worked at one time for the oakland county road commission in michigan. at one time around the year 1977, i believe wesley owned or worked for a sport machines business, that dealt with snowmobiles or motorcycles, this business had been located in oxford or lake orion area of michigan.

    as i stated earlier in the letter, i'm not out to cause wesley any trouble, i just need to know who i am and who my father is. i want wesley to get to know my family and his 3 granddaughters if he would like to. i know my daughters would greatly appreciate it. if anyone reading this could help me out i would greatly appreciate it. and if you can't, please excuse me for taking up your time, but please pass the letter on to those you think may be of some help. i'm anxious to find him.

    thank you,
    jeffrey howell burt greer
  2. 9 Comments

  3. by   renerian
    I know you have posted this. I know your job is going to be hard.

  4. by   nursedawn67
    Have I posted this? I'm sorry I tried to search threads I started and didn't find I wasn't sure...thanks for letting me know.
  5. by   CountrifiedRN
    Good luck in finding your hubbys father. I forwarded to my list.
  6. by   nursedawn67
    Originally posted by RN2bNC
    Good luck in finding your hubbys father. I forwarded to my list.
    Thank you so much!
  7. by   Mkue
    I must have missed this the first time, nice letter, I will forward it to my list Greer.

  8. by   nursedawn67
    Originally posted by mkue
    I must have missed this the first time, nice letter, I will forward it to my list Greer.

    Thanks Marie
  9. by   ziggyRn
    Greer, I PM'ed you.
  10. by   nursedawn67
    Originally posted by ziggyRn
    Greer, I PM'ed you.
    and I pm'd you back!
  11. by   MissdonditaBsn
    Wow, Greer,
    It is really wierd that I am newly subscribed to a bulliten board in which I can talk to people from all over the world, and you post a letter in which you are looking for someone who lives almost in my back yard.

    Waterford is just a few miles away from me. I grabbed my telephone book as soon as a saw this. I don't know, I just thought that I would see if there were any Wesley Campbells listed. I struck out on that, but I found 2 Scotts.

    My husband any I have a small trailer not that far from you in Gladwin, just outside of Harrison, near Leota.

    Anyway, good luck to you and your husband with your search. Keep us posted on your progress.