Bio: I was adopted and lived in Syracuse NY. The adoption was handled by onondaga social services. It doesn't actually state where I was born nor my four older siblings. Nothing states if they were placed anywhere either. I was born in September of 1966, mother died of sepsis in early 1967 and I was adopted in 1968. Adopted parents are from Pennsylvania. No name and won't have one unless siblings register with state of NY. (if any info is true) Birth parents can't register if they are deceased so no match. Would like to at least know my birth info. I thought my birth family and I had found each other but got a call a few days ago and she said she was told that beyond any doubt I was not her biological child. 14 years after our "reunion" I was told the DNA was wrong. She is really convinced just as I finally was convinced of us being a match. Too many lies. The non id info could all be a lie. Now to find out DNA can be a lie as well? Well. Such is life in this grand adventure. I find myself looking at faces ....then looking at my own. Nothing. This year I have registered with FTDNA now that there are more markers used. Hopefully I'll find something out. The company we used years ago was only a "peace of mind" test which offers No peace of mind. It showed that we were a match (but on only 3 markers). It meant we were a match no more than thousands of others could be. They didn't mention that when they sold her the expensive kits (at that time) If we match up again in a pool of many and our profiles not linked in anyway then we will know. No one is hopeful on that. It's a mystery. We should all have a right to our birth details. I'd like to know where I came from. Maybe a photo and a little history.