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Bexleyheath man’s appeal to locate family

PUBLISHED: 07:00 21 August 2018 | UPDATED: 09:32 22 August 2018

Jack Marsh, who was adopted, has been searching for ways to find his family. Picture: Jack Marsh

Jack Marsh, who was adopted, has been searching for ways to find his family. Picture: Jack Marsh

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A 22-year-old man from Bexleyheath is reaching out to locate his birth father and two half brothers.

Jack Marsh, who was adopted, has been searching for ways to find his family - whom he believes may not even know he exists. Picture: Jack MarshJack Marsh, who was adopted, has been searching for ways to find his family - whom he believes may not even know he exists. Picture: Jack Marsh

Although he has very little information on them, Jack Marsh, who was adopted, has been searching for ways to find his family - whom he believes may not even know he exists.

The only information Jack has is the fact that his father Graham was born in 1960, had been divorced and was at one point a car salesman with brown hair and was 5’6.

He had two sons: Gary who was born in 1986 and James who was born in 1988.

“I am desperate to make up for lost time,” said Jack, who has lived in Bexley for 21 years.

“I’ve been wanting to get in touch with my birth family since I was 18, however my birth mother didn’t want to meet so I took a year out to think about what to do next.

“During that time, I found out about my birth father and half brothers by looking through some adoption papers that I hold, however the information is very limited.”

Jack said that locating his family and making some contact with them would “mean the world.”

He added: “It’s the missing puzzle to my jigsaw - I would just like to know where I’ve come from.”

Jack’s adoptive family are very supportive with his decision to find his family.

Jack has asked for anyone who may know something about Graham or his half brothers to contact him on jackedwardmarsh@live.co.uk.

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