Use a search engine like Google. To narrow the results, type in the friend’s name and the state where your elementary school was. Many people have an Internet presence, like a personal website, or have been mentioned online. In some cases, your search may find a photo you can use to verify you have the right person.Nov 18, 2017
Post a note on your hometown’s Yelp.com bulletin board. Let people know that you’re looking to reunite with old elementary school friends. Search your high school alumni web page for people you went to elementary school with. Your high school will most likely have a page on its website for each graduating class.
You can search for a specific person by using the Classmates® Search feature found at the top right corner of any Classmates.com page. From the drop-down menu next to the search option, select whether you wish to search through All People and Schools on the site, or within one of your specific schools.
Use a search engine like Google. To narrow the results, type in the friend’s name and the state where your elementary school was. Many people have an Internet presence, like a personal website, or have been mentioned online. In some cases, your search may find a photo you can use to verify you have the right person.
Use Person Search
There are plenty of tools that can help you find a person by first name and city. Some of the best include US Search, PeopleFinders, Intelius and Instant Checkmate.
Today, Classmates reports that it has 70 million members from over 90 percent of U.S. high schools. … Today, it offers other fun stuff like allowing users to browse yearbooks, dating back to 1885, and digging up celebrities’ high school photos.
You can find Classmates® communities (schools and colleges) using the Search feature found at the top right corner of every Classmates.com page. Type the name of the community in the search box and click the search icon. Your results will appear on the next page.
Pull out your middle school yearbook. Many people can remember first names but not last names or vice versa. If you no longer live in your hometown but can access the local telephone directory, try looking up the names of the classmates you wish to contact in the white pages.
You can freely find former classmates by college, name, military affiliation, high school, or other employment places. It is a famous website that many of your classmates can use and include their information.
Old yearbooks available online can be found in many places. … Ancestry.com has a nice school yearbook collection to search. I would encourage you to check out the schools and years available in the “Browse This Collection” section on the right side of the page in order to look for a specific yearbook.
Contact the school district, the public library, and even the alumni association (or club) for the school. District offices might have at least one copy of elementary school yearbooks from all the schools in the district. Similarly, local libraries tend to have copies of yearbooks from the local schools.
Facebook Search By Name
If you know or suspect you have friends in common with someone but only know their first name, you can try typing it into Facebook and see if that person pops up. You can also narrow the search with various filtering options such as where the person went to school, lives or works.
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At Classmates®, you can be a free member or a paid Classmates+ member. As a free member, you can list your name in Classmates communities so others can find and contact you, plus search and view yearbooks for free. … With an upgraded Classmates+ membership, you have full access to everything on Classmates.com.
Call up any of his relatives that may know where he is. If nothing else, this could provide you with additional information about him or his whereabouts. Search for him on free public search engines such as WhitePages.com. You can input only his last name and it will show you listings across the country that match.