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Aug 16, 2010 11:02 AM by Melissa Canone

Sisters Separated by Childhood Adoptions Find Each Other-Looking For "The Baby"

RUSTON, La. (AP) - Four of five sisters separated by childhood
adoptions have found each other and are looking for their youngest
sister, "the baby."
Fifty-six-year-old Betty Roberson of Shreveport began the search
in 2005 with an advertisement she bought on eBay. An article in The
News-Star about her search brought her in touch with sister Bonnie
Sue Thomason of Ruston.
The third sister, Sandra Lynn Hampton of Baton Rouge, found them
in 2007 with help from her son, Brandon Steed - who also dug up the
leads to Roberta Ann Bouchon of Madisonville.
All were children of the late Robert W. Williams and Evelyn
Johnson Williams, who gave them up for adoption while living in the
Monroe area.
Roberson and Thomason tell The News-Star they think their last
missing sister was born in January 1957, but they can't be sure.

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