LDS Adoption

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Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints believe the family is central to Heavenly Father's plan for His children. Adoption is one important way in which eternal families can be formed.

Whatever your role in the adoption triad, this website can help answer your questions as well as link you with support and resources. Here you will find Latter-day Saint parents hoping to adopt, forums full of LDS adoption information, links to search our reunion registry for family members connected to LDS adoptions, and much more.

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Guest - 6 months ago
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Born in Provo, UT - 09/05/1980 looking for the birth family. #1
Kellie - 3 months ago
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I was born in Kershaw County on 12/21/1968. Female, White. I was adopted at birth and it was handled by an attorney named Davis who lived in West Columbia. I may have an older brother that was placed with members of the birth family. My adopted father heard about the opportunity to adopt me via a business contact. He was an insurance salesman. If any of this sounds familiar or maybe someone is searching for me also, please contact me. Does any of this sound familiar? THanks! #2
Sky - 5 months ago
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I am looking for the birth parents of a wonderful woman, who I call my mother. She was born on 04/29/1965 in Henderson, Nevada and was adopted through LDS services. Please contact me with any leads or advice. Everyone deserves to know who they are. Thank you. #3
Ryan - 10 months ago
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There is a couple in our ward that is interested in adopting. They understand that they must both be members, but do they have to be endowed in order to qualify? Please advise me as I didn't specifically find the answer to this question in the reading literatures. Thanks. #4
unknown - 2 weeks ago
Help find Male - 08-06-1990, August 6, 1990, LDS Adoption, born St. George Utah, xxxx #5
anits - 6 months ago
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I'm searching for my half brother whom I'm lead to believe was adopted June 1985 birth mothers name is Norma birth fathers name is Frank earl Whelan Jr he was born June something 1985 in twin falls, Id #6
Together - 11 months ago
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I am looking for a baby girl adopted around 1966 to 1968. She was born in Idaho and I believe the adopted family lived there. Her birth mother named her Gina, she held for a short time. This adoption was through LDS services. Her birth mother was from California last name Petersen. #7
LaRee Lemmon - 8 months ago
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Yes the LSD social services did Adoptions in 1968 I was adopted through them. #8
Patti - 8 months ago
Looking for my beautiful baby boy born Oct 28 1975 in Littleton Colorado. #9
Kate - 9 months ago
My husband and I are in CA. We have been married for 8 years, and have no children yet. We want to adopt via LDS Family Services, but have no idea where to begin. Any advice? #10
Marsha - 11 months ago
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I am looking for a girl born in KY in 1949? april/May to Mary Edna or Edna Mary HUghes, She was my Aunt and all family siblings of edna are dead. Looking for a cousin . Please? #11
Guest - 11 months ago
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Donna-how old was Ronnie when he was adopted? What year was he born? #12
Teena Goodey Taylor - 1 year ago
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I am searching for my daughter I gave up for adoption in March of 1977. She was born in Idaho Falls Idaho. Her adoption was handled through the LDS Social Services there in Idaho Falls. Any information would be helpful.I would love to see her and talk to her. #13
Keith robinson - 11 months ago
Lookin for priscila Babcock dob 25/4/1983 or 25/5/1983 born logon Utah adopted at 6 months old and her name was changed . her mum is Michelle Babcock #14
Cheryl - 1 year ago
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I was adopted in Seattle June of 68' looking for parents #15
Breanna - 1 year ago
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Looking for my sister born in Gunnison Utah 1986 went threw LDS church. Please contact me xxxx if you have any info or you were born 1986 and was put up for adoption. #16
Donna - 2 years ago
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Looking for sibling my brother Ronnie Humphrey adopted out of Holbrook AZ #17
Susan Nelson - 1 year ago
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I am looking for my child I gave up for adoption in Salt Lake City, Utah on July 18, 1964. Please contact me if you might have any information. #18
Allison - 2 years ago
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Were there other siblings? How old would Ronnie be now? I have a Ronnie looking, along with his sister, born in UTAH, but adopted through LDS. #19
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