The Salvation Army
Family Tracing Service, searches for immediate family members for the purpose of reconciliation. It operates in more than 100 countries around the world.
The British Red Cross
International family tracing and message service is aimed at restoring and maintaining family links between close relatives separated as a result of armed conflict, natural or other disasters, or where special Red Cross assistance is required.
Overseas Section, General Register Office
The Overseas section holds records of the births, marriages and deaths of British citizens overseas that have been registered with the British registering authorities, e.g. British Consuls, High Commissions, HM Forces, Civil Aviation Authority and The Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen.
The International Social Services
For relatives of people missing overseas have contacts with similar organisations in other countries. They also deal with adopted children seeking contact with birth parents and vice versa. Tracing is available as part of ISS work in complex family cases only.