Re: US Naturalization Papers from the Supreme Court #usa #general


Marian
 

Sally is right that there's no one answer for all times and places.

It appears the Supreme Court of DC was like a "county court" in Washington DC for some time, including 1922.  A cursory search did not clarify the exact location of its records today.  Because DC isn't a State the jurisdictions can be confusing, and if looking for those records I'd probably start with the National Archives in DC (if they don't have them they should know who does).

Whether a 1922 naturalization could be that of a WW I vet who naturalized under the 1918 military naturalization provisions is a different question, and can't be answered without more information or the actual record.  

Marian Smith

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