Missing Classmates

 Be A Detective 

 Find Our Missing Classmates 


If you know where these Classmates are please share our web address with them:

If you know the email address for any Classmate below you can click on the Classmate's name to quickly send an email invitation to our site.

Put your detective skills to work by checking out the websites listed below
(Click on anything in blue and you will go right to a website)


1. Pipl - People Search - Start your search here, this is a DEEP WEB SEARCH ENGINE. You may not need anything else on this list to find most of the people on your missing list. Remember having initals or middle names helps.
2. White Pages.com can be helpful because of the mapping feature and the relatives it sometimes lists. 
3. ZabaSearch - Excellent detailed contact information but it really helps to have a first or middle initial of the person you are looking for. Wow! There are a LOT of people with the same name.  ZabaSearch info actually shows up in Pipl searches.
4. PEOPLE SEARCHING - Check out all of the searching resources at this site!
5. Google -this search will pull up websites they are listed on but it will also pull up variations of their name that are not related. 
6. Wikipedia - Try this search, sometimes if someone has done something of notoriety you will find them. 
7. Next...call old phone numbers if they are on the list given to you. If a number is bad listen for a forwarding number.
8. SOCIAL NETWORK SITES:You may already have an account at one of the following 4 websites listed below in #11-14. There may be others, too. If not open one for FREE. Of course they do have paid memberships also. You just have to skip or bypass all of their "Sign Up Now For Premium Membership" ads, if you don't want to pay a fee. You may find someone at one site and not on another. It takes time but usually you can do preliminary searches to see who is there.  Invite them to visit our website.  Sometimes you will be able to see an email address, but it may not be current. They may list all classmates from BrazosportHigh School;make sure you click on 1969. This saves time.
9. CONTACT SIBLINGS: While on these class, social networking and reunion sites DON'T FORGET to contact possible siblings. Ask if they will let you know when they have sent a request to their sibling. (Otherwise you may not know if you had a successful contact).  ONE IMPORTANT NOTE WHEN CONTACTING SIBLINGS OR OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS: They may be hesitant to just give you (a possible stranger) information or an email address. It helps if you give them our alumni association website address or email address.
14. OTHER SEARCH SITES: When the above has failed, try one of the next two web sites listed in #17-18. They can be free but they really want to sell you a membership or get you to pay for a service. This is up to you. It may be worth it. People Finders has a 24 hour membership (you can use it once) and you can try it but you have to select one of their advertisers offers. It may be a free or minimal fee but it allows you to use the service for one whole day. You might want to try it on a weekend when you want to devote a block of time to hunt for a large list of people. Make sure you document all of the information you find. Be careful, there are a lot of people with the same name (and yes even with the same middle name)
17. LAST RESORT METHODS: I consider mail a last resort because the alumni association has most likely already tried the address we have on file. Put "ADDRESS CORRECTION REQUESTED" on the envelope on the bottom right side of the envelope or postcard.
18. RELATIVES, FRIENDS and NEIGHBORS who still live in town are possibly listed in the phonebook. You can check for names that match the classmate you are looking for but that could take some time calling each one and asking if they know or are related. But it does work. Let them know why you are calling first. "I'm trying to find so and so who was a classmate of mine that we are trying to locate for the upcoming reunion". If you know the address where the classmate lived you can also use CRISS-CROSS directories to find phone numbers of neighbors who may know where they moved to or other helpful information. You can find these directories at the library for free or Google them on line but this will probably cost a fee to use them.
19. How To Investigate-Public Records Sites - this may be useful but you will have to read through it and decide if anything would be helpful to you.
20. Department of Justice-Missing Person Search: If you can’t find them, do a search to see if they are on this list. 
21. Social Security Death Index Records Search: FREE search through year 2007. Of course the sad thing is that they are not with us anymore.
22. CRIME TIME - I SAVED THE BEST FOR LAST (Well, what I think would be interesting and exciting to use): Way down at the bottom of the page, under RESOURCES click on Black Book Online. WOW! THIS IS A REALLY GOOD RESOURCE FOR LOCATING INFORMATION OF ALL SORTS. 
WHAT TO DO IF YOU FIND A CLASSMATES EMAIL ADDRESS: the BEST thing to do is ENTER THE EMAIL ADDRESS on the HOME PAGE of our website, at the bottom right side in the "MISSING CLASSMATES" box. (You can also go to their name on "Classmate Profiles" and it will ask if you have their email address. You can enter it where it says "Send Invite"). They will get an email invitation directly from the website administrator. It is nice and official looking! You can email the classmate yourself if you want, but please do this after first entering it into our website as outlined above. Go ahead....put your email address in to see what the email looks like that they will get.
If you have any other resources or methods that you feel should be added to this list, please contribute!


ALL CREDIT FOR THE ABOVE given to Bruce Eskander-SPHS Class of 1972

www.SPHS72.com - Website Administrator

Thanks, Bruce! (A few minor changes were made to the text so the information is applicable to our class!)

Black Book Online



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