Lost Records rom FOIA

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Lost Records rom FOIA

Postby fiji2439 » 12 Jan 2009, 17:31

Anyone run into ths problem. Got aletter stating my grandfathers records are in the small % of lost or missing files...
What next help please, they will not issue a no record?

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Postby johnnyonthespot » 12 Jan 2009, 17:43

fiji2439 wrote:Anyone run into ths problem. Got aletter stating my grandfathers records are in the small % of lost or missing files...
What next help please, they will not issue a no record?


Do you know with reasonable certainty whether or not your grandfather actually naturalized?

If he did naturalize, do you know where he was most likely living (state/county) at the time and approximately when? If yes, there are almost certainly other places where his naturalization records can be obtained.

Where was he living:

Approximately when did he naturalize:


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