That naturalization came from the NARA site and they have a new web site.
To locate the listing you will have to go to the NARA site and find it.
they have changed the site since I last used it.
The NARA site listed on the Naturalization page of my site is an old
one. I will
go in and change it.
Here is a description of the new site: The National Archives and Records
Administration (NARA) has redesigned their Web site. The redesign came
about due to comments they had received from researchers.
The old web site contained tons of useful information, but it was
difficult to navigate. The new home page features three columns of
links. On the left are those that tell you about NARA. The center of the
page contains changing content such as news. On the right, you choose
the links based on who you are (General Public, Genealogist, Educator,
Journalist). Below those are links to databases and tools such as
Archival Research Catalog, Access to Archival Databases, eVetRecs, and
how to order records on-line.
The main genealogy page links you to online finding aids and research
overviews. There are also links to FAQ's, guides to resources,
microfilmed records, and pages about record groups such as census,
military and immigration.
Robert Boyd wrote:
From: *Robert Boyd* <rjmmboyd(a)gmail.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>>
Date: Mar 6, 2009 9:16 PM
Subject: Clan Boyd
To: richboyd(a)charter.net <mailto:email@example.com>
*Dear "Cousin." I have belonged to the Boyd Society out in
California, but it ran into all sorts of difficulties and I steered
clear. I have had a terrrible time getting data in re my Boyd family
that I can use in my family history. I have some data, but a lot of
it comes from word of mouth sources. I have census data, and this
gives me only cursory information.*
*Boyd, William Stewart (Stuart). Born Scotland, 1864. Migrated to US
in 1887. Married once and two children. Married again and t wo
children and I am a descendant of that second marriage. They were
located in Chicago, Evansville, WI, Richland Center, WI, Presoctt, WI,
Fargo, ND. And then ??????*
*I have a good history of my Dad, Robert James, Sr. and a thumbnail of
his brother Thomas Scott. My autobiography followed.*
*Our indications were that he took our citizenship papers in Cook
County, IL and now he shows up in your list in Fargo in 1908 for his
first papers. What goes on?*
*Why don't you crank me in on some sources?*
*Robert J. Boyd, born Fargo, ND, 12 Aug 1926*
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