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Naturalization Records of District Courts in the Southeast 1790-1958

For Some District Courts in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky,
Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee

Naturalization Records of District Courts in the Southeast 1790-1958 (National Archives Microfilm Publication M1547), 106 rolls

Ancestry has digitized these records from the National Archives microfilm and included them in this database:
Selected U.S. Naturalization Records - Original Documents, 1790-1974 at Ancestry (requires payment) includes digitized naturalization records from NARA Publication M1547

Microfilm Information...
  • Alabama Rolls 1-17: Naturalization records from the district courts in Birmingham, Mobile, Montgomery & Selma
  • Florida Rolls 17-42: Naturalization records from the district courts in Key West, Miami & Tampa
  • Georgia Rolls 43-61, 100-102, 104-105: Naturalization records from the district courts in Athens, Atlanta, Rome & Savannah
  • Kentucky Rolls 62-75: Naturalization records from the district court in Louisville (Western District of Kentucky)
  • Mississippi Rolls 75-79: Naturalization records from the district courts in Biloxi and Jackson
  • North Carolina Rolls 79-82: Naturalization records from the district courts in Wilson & Raleigh
  • South Carolina Rolls 83-92 & 106: Naturalization records from the district courts in Aiken, Columbia, Charleston & Florence
  • Tennessee Rolls 93-100: Naturalization records from the district courts in Chattanooga, Greenville & Knoxville
Note: You will find different time frames covered for each court. Many do not go back as far as the series title suggests.

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