63870Re: Obtaining certificate of naturalization record of ancestor
- Jun 2, 2012I have obtained those records through the mail. You can call them and ask how much it would be (usually just a few dollars). They are pretty quick in mailing back the copies to you. A lot easier than driving to the courthouse if you live out of town.
--- In TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com, "vmichna" <vmichna@...> wrote:
> Does anyone have info or experience on obtaining an ancestor's naturalization certificate? My ancestor , Jan/John Michna, had a hearing on 4 Jun 1894 in Williamson for a declaration of intent. He could not have been naturalized before 1896, when he had been in the country for 5 years.
> According to the Fayette County District Court, he was not naturalized in Fayette County. That leaves me to believe that he was naturalized in Williamson County, but I do not know when. That opens the matter of if he was naturalized before or after 1906, which is when national archives started keeping naturalization records. I do know the family was back in Williamson County around 1903, but beyond that I have run out of leads.
> I do believe he was naturalized. According to an index from Williamson County there was an Certificate of Naturalization Stub in Volume 7422, page 7, Certificate #167032.
> Any help would be appreciated,
> Valorie Michna
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