Hi, I'm searching for my birth father,BRUCE ALFRED SULLIVAN, he was born "BROWN" in 1929, Kingaroy QLD. His mother was Florence Brown, she lived in Bondi. Sydney

He changed his name to Sullivan , from Brown, 1956

 He was in the Navy until 1949 then went to work in New Guinea, he left around 1953-4ish, not sure of actual year .

 He may have passed away by now, you never know.

I believe has was a mechanic or machinist of sorts, he was seen in the Mascot area wearing overalls, mid 70's so may have worked around there

He had a wife, Joyanne Brown.She lived in Enfield, Sydney 1949ish

any help would be great

I'll add a pic of him when I can

cheers 

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Hi Elizabeth, looked at electoral roll on NSW and says they wont devuldge information for people looking for family members which I though was strange.

What would be the best libraries to approach?

 I'm in Adelaide

cheers

Steve,  I have gone into the local electoral office and you are free to check the current electoral rolls without interference - they didn't even ask me what I was doing - anyone can walk in off the street & use them but maybe some are more strict than others?

I would try larger libraries with family history records - there is a service online called ASK A LIBRARIAN which you could google and maybe they will be able to answer your question

I am not familiar with SA libraries as I live in Sydney

Elizabeth

So now I'll send out some letters, see what comes back  :)

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