20 Reasons to Declare Your Intent and Research Naturalization Records!

One of the often-overlooked genealogy documents for us to research are naturalization application and other necessary documents used to become a U.S. citizen.

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Good Luck and Happy Hunting!

3 replies on “20 Reasons to Declare Your Intent and Research Naturalization Records!”

So can I expect NOT to find The Certificate of Naturalization not just Online but also in a Court House? I am looking for a few different yrs around 1875 +/-

The ones I’m looking for are pre1860, back to late 1790s, if anything even exists for that time period. Not having much luck and the one or two I have found are virtually illegible and don’t contain much geni information

It isn’t easy to get a lot of info. I got one for 1878, knew he was mine by the info, but no more than a name. Found him by voter rolls. I tried for more paperwork but, nothing.

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