How can I find NYC naturalization papers with only the record number? #general


Corey Brand
 

Shavua Tov! My great great grandma was Lena Levy. Her maiden name was always spelled many ways, like Wanzel, Wentzel, Weitzel, etc. In 1908, a Meier Wentzel sailed seek Sadie Odze, Lena’s sister, at the correct address. Because the last name was always spelled differently, I don’t know what his American name would be, plus he most likely would’ve chosen an American first name. Luckily, on the passenger manifests, there is a notation for a naturalization record: 2-1021256    2/4/43 (404). I know the 2 at the beginning implies NYC. How can I find his naturalization record purely with that notation and without searching for his name? By the 40s, the family lived in Coney Island, Brooklyn. I have no other records for Meier besides his passenger lists and the detained passenger lists. Thank you very much,

Corey Brand 
Fort Lauderdale, FL

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