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Lintz, George: Naturalization Record, Henrico County

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In Richmond Hustings Court, October term 1840 George Lintz, an alien, who has lately arrived in the United States, and is desirous of being naturalized a citizen thereof this day appeared in Court and in pursuance of the act of Congress made a report of himself, and desired that his said report may be enregistered as follows; The said George Lintz reports that he was born in the Kingdom of Prussia in the year 1815, being now in the 24 year of his age, that he is a subject of the King of Prussia, owing allegiance to that monarch and to none other, that he migrated from Prussia to the United States in the year 1836 and that he now resides and intends remaining in the city of Richmond in the State of Virginia one of the United States. And the said George Lintz at the same time declared on oath that it is bona fide his intention to become a citizen of the United States, and to relinquish and renounce forever all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state or sovereignty whatever, and particularly to William the third, King of Prussia. A copy Teste Chs Howard clk