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- Wisconsin. Circuit Court (Ozaukee County).
- Naturalization records [microforms], 1842-1906.
- Ozaukee Series 11
- The collection contains two microfilm reels of indexes (reels 1 and 2) and two microfilm reels of records (reels 3 and 4). Included is an A-Z index of the records (1853-1906), followed by a listing of index cards that do not have corresponding records (1842-1904). The records contain declarations of intention (1858-1906), petitions for naturalization (1854-1855, 1904-1906), and certificates of naturalization (1850-1905). The index reels are arranged alphabetically by surname. Volume and page numbers are located in the upper right hand corner of each index card. View finding aid.
- Wisconsin. Circuit Court (Sheboygan County).
- Naturalization records, 1851-1982.
- Sheboygan Series 8
- Declarations of intent (1860-1978), petitions (1857-1906), naturalization certificates (1859-1980), depositions and petitions denied (1911-1930), stubbooks to certificates (1907-1926), and alphabetical index. View finding aid.
- Wisconsin. Circuit Court (Washington County).
- Naturalization records, 1845-1963.
- Washington Series 10
- Records include declarations of intention (1855-1959); petitions and certificates (1845-1963); an index to these records; orders granting and denying petitions (1929-1963), repatriation records (1941-1944), and an index to these records. Collection is arranged by the type of record and chronological or alphabetical thereunder. Most of the items are available on microfilm. View finding aid.
- Wisconsin. Circuit Court (Waukesha County).
- Naturalization records, 1847-1955.
- Waukesha Series 42
- Records of naturalization proceedings in the Circuit Court of Waukesha County. Records include Declarations of Intention (1847-1954); Petitions (1881-1955); Certificates of Naturalization (1847-1906); indexes to these records (1847-1955); and Ancillary Records, (1924-1955). View finding aid.
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