CANADA Canada - Barbara Wood, 6 mos, London, Ont, 8 May 1942

Discussion in 'Pre-1960's Missing' started by Canadian4, Apr 11, 2010.

  1. Canadian4

    Canadian4 Taking it one day at a time

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  3. Cubby

    Cubby fly the W!

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    When babies this young go missing, I can only hope that someone wanting to raise a child takes them, and not some pervert wanting to kill...

    The odds are very good that little Barbara grew up somewhere under a different name, with no clue that she came from someplace else. As difficult as it must've been for her parents, at least this thought might be a small comfort. IMO it's better to have your missing child have a life somewhere away from you, but still living, as opposed to being molested or murdered...
     
  5. Canadian4

    Canadian4 Taking it one day at a time

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    I have spent so many hours searching for a follow up to what happened in this case. I have about 10 newspaper articles but they all stop a few weeks after.
    The 70th anniversary of her abduction is coming up in May. I wonder if a newspaper would do a follow up story as to if she was ever found.
     
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    WholeLottaRosie Dancing on a moonbeam!

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    bumping for Barbara
     
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    Thanks, Robin Hood. That is really interesting, I wonder if these women were ever found. Will have search some more.
     

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