How can you find your birth mother if you are 43 years old and all you have is her maiden name and you were told she lives in Virginia?
Once you are 18 you have legal rights to all paper that include your name. First start by the town and count you were born in, after you established that you should be able to find out your mothers full name. then just do a people search on the net. Hope I could help! Good luck!
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Her maiden name is the last name she had before she married yourdad and took on his last name.
Your mother's maiden name is the name she used as a last namebefore she was married. It is often asked by banks and websites foridentification purposes.
Your mother's last name as it was when she was born. Probably the same name as your maternal grandparents. Your grandparents have also got their name from their Mother and Fat…her.
\na mothers maiden name is the name they had before they were married a.k.a your mothers grandparents sur-name hope it helped:D
Her maiden name was Mary Arden. For a joke answer: Rivera. Her maiden name was Rivera and she never actually took the last name Shakepeare altough historians refer to her wi…th that last name. When she married William's father, Jamal Shakespeare, they agreed that she should keep her own last name honoring her Mexican heritage.
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Your mother's maiden name is her last name (surname) before she married.
Your mother's "maiden" name is the last name that she was born with, or her last name before she was married
Because its the one of the most memorable names. For example, your mother takes your fathers name if they wed and so (unless you pretty much have no interest in your mother) y…ou should know their maiden name. Also because if it were you surname that's easy, to track a mothers maiden name would mean searching through wedding records.
Hitler's mother, Klara's maiden name was Polzl.
Her birth last name, or her last name prior to being married. If the mother has been married more than one time, then she may have more than 1 maiden name, but it usually re…fers to her last name that she had when she was born.
There is no such thing as a "maiden first name" because a woman does not change her first name when she marries.
The mothers surname before married