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Michigan Eastern District Naturalizations

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Index to Naturalization papers of the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan, Detroit, 1837-1903 and U.S. Circuit Court, Eastern District of Michigan, Detroit, 1837-1903: This index, compiled by Loretto Dennis Szucs, pertains to the original records now in the custody of the National Archives and Records Administration-Great Lakes Region, Chicago Ilinois (7538 South Pulaski Road, Chicago, IL 60629-5898). The naturalizations represent only those which were processed in the two Federal Courts in Detroit and therefore represent only a portion of the naturalizations that took place in the Michigan courts. Other naturalizations took place in local county courts. The Detroit naturalizations represented in this index are not confined to residents of Detroit and Wayne County, Michigan, but include a large number of individuals who were residents of the counties that surround Wayne County as well. While most of the original naturalization records contain sparse biographical information, there are some extraordinary exceptions.

When viewing the U.S. Circuit Court images you will see six columns. The first column is the full name of the applicant. The second column is the age of the applicant at the time of declaration of intent or final oath. The third column is the date of petition or declaration of intent. The fourth column is the date of final oath. The fifth column is the country of origin. The sixth column is the original document file number.

When viewing the U.S. District Court images you will see five columns. The first is the full name of the applicant. The second column is the date of petition or intent. The third is the date of the final oath. The fourth column is the applicant's country of origin and the fifth is the original document file number.

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