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I was born to a Japanese national and an African American soldier in 1949 in Gifu, Japan.
My birth name is Akemi Nakashima, mother's name is Gine Nakashima, and father's name was Grady Clay.
His father was the Reverend Boyd and was from Cleveland, Ohio. He did write to my mother at an old address in Greenwich London. At the time my mother was separated from her husband and had an affair with a GI, my DNA says that i am 55% Irish and that doesn't conform with my relation tree so i can only realise that the GI my father had Irish roots.
Thanks for any my dads name is laurence granger e was born in august 1939 his dad was a american soilder serving in bristol who e never new his mums name was ivy granger if you ave information email me [email protected], I am looking for my African American Biological Father, that must have been stationed here in England or in Northern Ireland in or around 1953 as I was born from an Irish mother here in the U. However, I do not know whether he knew that my mother was pregnant. All I know is that he was an African/American stationed in Barry, South Wales in 1944/45 before possibly being shipped across to France. The nearest GI base from us at Penarth was Newport.
These tests have also, been downloaded onto a giant database company for free called which shows your dna matches of other relatives (Maternal & Pateral) via your autosomal DNA profile. My fathers name was John Wayne Hansman and he was stationed in Hokkaido Japan in the early 50's. He was stationed at Mc Graw Kaserne, Germany in or around October 1954. My Dad was born David Karl Zimmerer in Munich July 14,1955.We are looking for information on her father or any relatives he may have. Company D who were stationed in Regensburg, Germany in 1945 and early 1946.My mother Margita Fandert fell in love with this young American soldier.Unfortunately the couple were separated, but in October 1946 Margita gave birth to their son, Bernard.In 1950, Margita (a displaced person) and her son migrated to Australia Even if it is too late for ' Charlie' Smith to know his son, he and his American family may want to know that he has a son and four grandchildren here in Australia who would love to know about him.