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Toby Ellis
 

I am trying to find the naturalization record of my great aunt Ida Sohn.   She was born in 1893 in Russia.  Family Search didn't have the actual record when I did a catalog search.  They show just an index  record recorded in Bronx County.  It is in a Declaration  of Intention Index volume 1914-1927 S-T, Volume 92, Record 200.  There is a D22 in the right top of the index entry.  How can I obtain a copy of the full document?

Toby Ellis


Alan Shuchat
 

Toby,

There is a new project to put the Bronx and Queens naturalization records online in the next couple of years:
https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/ny-national-archives-naturalization-records-bronx-queens-20200206-jpvrobksyrfjpcudqna5icismq-story.html
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Alan Shuchat
Newton, MA


Robert Hanna
 

Hi Toby,

You don't say where you are located.  I went directly to the Bronx County Courthouse for my maternal grandfather's naturalization papers.  If you are in NYC, the courthouse is located at 161st Street and the Grand Concourse (near Yankee Stadium).  It is reachable via the D train or the Number 4 train to 161st Street.  If you are not in NYC, I suppose you could call or write.

You also want to find the Petition of Naturalization.  That may or may not be in the Bronx.  My paternal grandfather's Declaration of Intention was filed in Brooklyn, but his Petition of Naturalization was filed in Manhattan.

Good luck searching,
Robert Hanna
NYC


David Oseas
 

You can request naturalization docs from the Bronx County Clerk by mail.  The attached form comes courtesy of the ItalianGen website.

Regards,
David Oseas


Sherri Bobish
 


Toby,

Search for the person who naturalized in Bronx County court here:
https://www.germangenealogygroup.com/records-search/naturalizations.php

When you find their name & info click on:
"Documents & Forms"

And then click on:
"Bronx Naturalization Request Form"

Regards,

Sherri Bobish