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      10-03-2020, 03:44 PM   #1
Our03z4
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Opened a Can of Worms

I recently did the Ancestry Dna test primarily for the health side but also to see my heritage. Well because I also decided to make a family tree I now have found out I have 2 1st cousins that no one knew about. Today I had one contact me saying they were adopted and are trying to find information about their parents.

The question is how much info do I give? My parents believe that it's my uncle's child. My uncle slept around quite a bit coming out of the military. He had a hard time adjusting back to life due to the literal battles he was in so he was all over the place. He physically has many issues and we aren't sure he could handle this news, mentally he isn't all there on top of other things.

My thought is that the person has a right to know. Thoughts?
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