Missing: “I am looking for my biogical parents and Miss Lee, a volunteer from the orphanage”

Miss Lee & me — recent pictures of me

My birth parents

I am Noina Sirabutr. I am looking for my birth parents in Thailand. I was born on the 24th of June 1983 at the Varija Hospital, Dusit district in Bangkok. After I was born, I was taken to the orphanage “Phayathai babies homes”. I lived 2 years and 4 months in the orphanage before I was adopted by my Belgian adoptive parents and I live now in Belgium.

The names of my biological parents on my documents are:

My mother’s name: Somporn Sornnoonoi (สมพร สอนหนูน้อย)

My father’s name: Prasong Sirabutr (ประสงค์ สีระบุตร)

The names of my parents might not be correct, because I don’t have any records of their ID card. And I didn’t find any names in the database.

According to my medical records, I have three brothers or sisters but unfortunately I don’t know their names.

The address that was mentioned in my document was: 105 Moo 1 Tambol Tha Rahat, Mueang Suphan Buri District ,Suphanburi Province. (105 หมู่ 1 ตำบลท่ารหัส อำเภอเมือง จังหวัดสุพรรณบุรี ) Unfortunately I was not able to find their names in the database in Suphanburi.

The volonteer:

When I was in the orphanage, a volonteer took care of me. Her name is Miss Lee and her husband George D. Capps. They lived in different places in Thailand in different periods of their lives:

-Chaiyos Mansion, 40 Soi Chaiyos 11, Sukhumvit RD., Bangkok 10110

-T.P. Court, 39 Soi 8, Sukhumvit RD., Bangkok 10110

-Hydon Apartments # 5A, 219/1 Soi 4, Bangkok 10110

In 2014, she volunteered again at the orphanage. The nanny told me when I visited the orphanage.

I would like to find her to tell thank her for taking care of me. I would like to talk to her because she knows the first years of my life.

If you have any information that could help me find them, kindly send me an e-mail at: thailandenik@gmail.com

Thank you!

Noina

Me and the nannies at phayathai babies homes
Me and the volunteer Miss Lee
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