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Re: Fairfield County Naturalization Records
Posted by: judy g Date: January 06, 2001 at 09:14:47
In Reply to: Fairfield County Naturalization Records by Geoff Hunter of 974

The original naturalization records are housed at the New England branch of the National Archives at Waltham, Massachusetts (you could check hours, etc., through the National Archives website or information about writing for the records). They are indexed and quite accessible. The one big problem for that era is that there is very little information on the form - usually just the person's name and their country of origin. Also, not too many women were naturalized in their own right back then, usually they became naturalized when their husband did.

Good luck!


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