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Born as Thomas Lester in 1969 in Thang Nhi (Vung Tau) Beach, Vietnam.
Don found his father had passed away in 1975, but is now looking for his full sister. They were both given up for adoption after his father left to go back to America and he lost contact with his sister at a very young age.
His sister's name is Susan Lester, born about 1970-71 in the same town in Vietnam. She was adopted by a Vietnamese lady and her American husband.
Born 1967 in Subic Bay, Philippines.
Bill is desperately trying to obtain his US Citizenship and is in the US temporarily until the end of Oct 2019.
Bill matched with his Half Brother on Ancestry DNA and reached out to him and his father. Unfortunately, they did not believe the match was truth and he was rejected.
DNA DOES NOT LIE!!!
William Sterwart found daughter (Thuy Ly)
Born between Oct-Nov 1969 near Phu Loi, Vietnam.
Father has matched with his daughter through Ancestry DNA. He has found her in California!
Mother is Bui Hoa Hong. She worked at the 205 Assault Support Helicopter Company and lived at Mytho. Mother had a cousin named Thu. Her father was a Vietnamese soldier and killed at Chu Chi.
Hong Vo (born Trang Thi Le)
Born 1970-71 in Nah Trang, Vietnam.
Mother and half sisters have been found and reunited!
Father has been found, along with several half siblings. Reunification is progressing positively!
Also discovered DNA match, Brother from Mother, Nga Nguyen. Currently researching.
Samuel Wayne Johnson served in the Army from 1971-72 in Phu Loi, Vietnam. He was stationed with the 520th Transportation Battalion - 165th Transportation Company.
He is seeking Lee "Nga" who worked as a bartender at the 165th Transportation Company Club in Phu Loi. She was married to another American Soldier. She became pregnant possibly from Johnson and the child would have been born in late summer of 1972.
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