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Son finds out about his sister’s mother that she never knew, brothers and sisters meet after that

Two long-lost sisters gave each other hugs and kisses when they finally met after 77 years. A genealogy website reunited the two brothers.

Stories of family reunions are sure to bring tears to your eyes. Thanks to technological advances and the widespread use of social networks, what was once impossible has become possible.

The two sisters have been bonded together in the same way after more than seven decades. While they didn’t expect to see each other after a long time, they were still excited and couldn’t stop showing their love.

[Left] Childhood photo of Bea Belair and Margaret Otter. [Right] Belair meets the Otter after 77 years. | Photo: youtube.com/CTV News

Margaret Otter, 77 years old, grew up in Paris, Ontario, Canada with an adoptive family. From the beginning, she knew she was adopted, so a part of her always wondered about her biological family.

But when she turned 13, she forgot all about it because life led her to a different path. So she was oblivious to the connection she shared with Bea Belair, who lives down the street in Brantford, Ontario.

Growing up, Belair took on the role of a mother, helping lift up her eight siblings. The children learned that two of their sisters had been adopted from birth. Parents give up their 9th and 11th daughter out of eleven children.

Margaret the Otter. | Photo: Photo: YouTube.com/CTV News

Sadly, the parents were forced to give up their kids because they were too poor. They couldn’t afford to take care of two children anymore, so they let their daughter go with a heavy heart.

Otter also discovered that six children had died out of eleven children born to the Rutherford family, and the youngest was never found.

Belair and other family members try to find their missing sisters, but to no avail. Last year, something unexpected happened when Otter’s son found his uncle in California on an online genealogy website.

Bea Belair. | Photo: Photo: YouTube.com/CTV News

When he shared the news with Otter, she couldn’t believe it. At first, she thought it was a scam, but eventually things started to make sense. Just then, Belair received a surprising phone call, which she wasn’t prepared for. She told CTV:

“She said ‘You’re my sister.’ I said, ‘you must be kidding me.’ She said ‘No, I’m your sister.’

Otter revealed that his 91-year-old sister was dumbfounded thinking all her sisters were dead. She couldn’t wrap herself up when she had a sister.

Margaret Otter and Bea Belair. | Photo: YouTube.com/CTV News

Otter, Belair, and their brother in California kept in touch by phone calls for months. Eventually, Belair, her son, daughter-in-law, and widow of one of her sister’s brothers drove to Toronto.

Along the way, Belair couldn’t help but wonder what his sister looked like. When the sisters finally met, they couldn’t stop hugging and kissing. The emotional reunion was captured on camera by their family members.

Belair shared her sister’s resemblance to her mother, while Otter found her older sister to be extremely beautiful, friendly and likable. Before long, Otter’s apartment was filled with laughter and love.

Otter also discovered that six children had died out of eleven children born to the Rutherford family, and the youngest was never found. The family is still hoping to be able to reconnect with their long-lost brother, who may be around 75 years old. Otters also more:

“The family was looking for her and me but they were never successful. But technology has allowed more things to happen now so I’m happy to meet her.”

To Otter’s surprise, one of her sisters also went to her father’s barbershop in Paris. However, she is glad to have found her missing biological family and can’t wait to make up for lost time.

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Dais Johnston

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