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Woman finds sisters through viral Facebook post

Woman Finds Sisters Through Viral Facebook Post

A woman in Pennsylvania finally met the family she never knew she had.



'Nicholle Oliver met one of her sisters for the first time on Saturday. Her Facebook post about her search for her birth parents was shared nearly 5,000 times and eventually, her two sisters saw it,' HLN reported.

It all started in early March when she posted a pair of Facebook photos that rippled through social media.

In those photos, Oliver held a board that read: 'I was born on November 18, 1977 in Washington, Penn. I was put up for adoption through catholic charities. I am looking for my birth parents from Columbus, Ohio. My birth mother's name is Jodi Hildreth. She would be 64 years old. Please share on Facebook.'

Although Oliver's birth mother had passed away, just three days later, Oliver had found her long-lost sisters ... in Ohio.

She posted that she found her sisters Rosie Briggs Franklin and Dollie Conant.

WCPO was there for Oliver and Franklin's first hug Saturday.

'Rosie snuck up from behind and the reunion began. 'Happy St. Patrick's Day!'
'I can't even begin to express how excited I am.'
'We get to hang out and spend time with each other.'


The station also noted the women's mother was quote "not well" when she gave up Oliver for adoption.

But, here's some good news. From the looks of Conant's Facebook page, Oliver met her other sister Sunday.

We're sure the sisters have plenty of catching up to do.

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