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Correia, Antonio: Naturalization Record, Arlington County

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District of Columbia County of Alexandria this day came James Young and made oath in open court that he is well acquainted with Antonio Correia - that upwards of six years ago the said Antonio came to the Town of Alexandria and since that time has continued to reside there except when engaged in voyages at Sea - that the occupation of the said Antonio is that of a Sailor and that since he came to the said Town of Alexandria he has continued to sail from that port in American vessels belonging to the said port and no others with the exception of one voyage in the service of the United States in the frigate President from Norfolk and one other voyage in the same service in the frigate New York the last of which voyages was made from the City of Washington - that on the 13th day of August 1804 the said Antonio intermarried with a certain Nelly Mitchell who was born within the United States and since the said 13th day of August 1804 has continued to reside within the said Town of Alexandria except when engaged on voyages at sea as aforesaid - with his said wife in a dwelling house as this deponent is informed and believes - rented by the said Antonio - and the said James Young further makes oath that during the whole of the above mentioned period the said Antonio has behaved as a man of good moral character attached to the principles of the constitution of the United States and well disposed to the good order and happiness of the same. [Given under my hand this] 25 Novr. 1805. Sworn to in Court before G. Deneale Ck. Native of Portugal