If yourself or anyone you know knows anything do not hesitate to reply to this message.
I’ve tried google but not sure whether it’s the right person or not.
Many Thanks C Williams
Any idea, of WHAT, Country; State/Province; County/Shire; Locality?
'FamilySearch' has Records from All around the World.
"Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch', is used by MANY User/Patrons, from the MANY various Countries and Unions throughout the World.
As an aside ...
Just on the 'off chance' ...
I am "Tagging" this (General) 'Question' of yours in this "Community.FamilySearch" Forum, to some specific 'Groups' in the Forum being:
(1) "Genetic Genealogy Research"; and,
(2) "Genealogy and the Y Chromosome"; and,
(3) "Adoption and Unknown Family Research"
in the hope that, the members of those groups may be able to answer/assist you.
@Genetic Genealogy Research
@Genealogy and the Y Chromosome
@Adoption and Unknown Family Research
Many thanks for your help & for copying my post onto those threads mentioned above.
Have you tried sending a message via the Ancestry messages
Click on their name then there is a box says MESSAGE top right
Most people respond but some do not
Other option is to google their name they may be on a social media forum
Check the shared matches they may have other family members that have done the test & connect with you
Many Thanks for your message. I’ve tried messaging her through ancestry but to no avail.
Thank you for your help it’s greatly appreciated
Yes can be hit or miss with the messages there
yes - messaging can be hit or miss.
In some (but certainly not all ) cases that may be that they DONT wnat to be contacted.
but in a very large number of cases it is simply that they havent accessed their account recently.
I also think if you look - you may find an INstagram account for that name (and maybe Facebook)
but just like in Familysearch - there is no guarentee of response.
Many thanks for your message & help it’s greatly appreciated.
If the cousin is in the U.S. you can search them using FastPeopleSearch.com. It's free with basic info for phone numbers and addresses. It's better than white pages. I often call people and ask if they are the correct ones and I have pretty good luck.
I would also try FB. I have found several distant cousins that way.