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I was born in NYC at Columbia University Medical Center (Sloane Hospital) in September, 1953. I believe my biological father is European Jewish. My parents were living in Washington Heights in an Armenian community.
I found a half sister through 23andme.com, and have included her birthdate here as well.
Since we are born 16 years apart, it seems likely that there are other half siblings out there, and I'm interested to connect.
My husband Dean just found out he was the product of donor sperm. His parents sought fertility treatment in the Los Angeles area in 1954-1955. Per contacts on 23 And Me, it seems the most likely donor was Erik Erickson, a theater student at USC at the time.
My mother recalls positively is that the donor was of Nordic descent. She thinks the procedure was done at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York City. She thinks the donor was a doctor, or a resident, or an intern.
Looking for other donor-conceived offspring of Dr. John G. Marsh, who was an Orlando, FL ob gyn practicing at Florida Sanitarium and Hospital in the 1950s. Graduated around 1938-1939 from Loma Linda University.