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Re: [SLOVAK-ROOTS] Questions

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  • Fred Corbett
    You can also do a search on the social security number and you may be able to verify that it is for your grandmother. You may also find out that the name was
    Message 1 of 27 , Jun 6, 2000
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      You can also do a search on the social security number and you may be able to
      verify that it is for your grandmother. You may also find out that the name was
      spelled different from what you expected.

      Fred

      Eric Haas wrote:

      > Kathleen Duvall wrote:
      >
      > > I remember my grandmother telling me she couldn't vote because she
      > > wasn't a citizen. But when I got her death certificate, I see she did have
      > > a social security number! Is there anywhere else I could use that social
      > > security number to find out more information about her?
      >
      > With her social security number, you can write to the SSA and get her
      > application, even though she doesn't appear in the death index.
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