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Naturalization Papers
Posted by: Diana Gratzek Date: August 22, 2000 at 18:14:17
In Reply to: Re: all new e-mail address! by Craig Kanalley of 77

When I found my grandfather's Naturalization Papers, they told me a great deal of information. Not only the village where he was born, but also the name of the ship on which he came to America as well as the time and place the ship landed. It also had a very vivid description how he looked (i.e. ruddy, dark complexion, 5' 1", 145 lbs, etc) and the name of each of his children as well as the date and place that each was born.


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