Making History: Transcribe is made possible in part by federal funding provided through the Library Services and Technology Act program administered by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

DiCarlo, Filippo: Naturalization Record, Petersburg City

image 1 of 4

Zoom in to read each word clearly.
Some images may have writing in several directions. To rotate an image, hold down shift-Alt and use your mouse to spin the image so it is readable.

This transcription is complete!

Form 2225 AFFIDAVIT FOR ISSUING NEW NATURALIZATION PAPER IN LIEU OF ONE LOST OR DESTROYED U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR NATURALIZATION SERVICE NOTE. - To be used only for papers issued on or after September 27, 1906. After having properly signed, sealed, and attested, this paper is to be forwarded to the clerk of the court out of which the naturalization paper was issued.

State of Penna} Dauphin Co. } SS: Filippo Di Carlo, being first duly sworn, deposes and on his oath says: That I now reside at 271 W. Chocolate Ave., Hershey; Dauphin Co (Street.) (City.) (County.) Penna; that about the 20th day of August, anno Domini 1918 the Dinwiddle Co. Court, Petersburg, Virginia (Give title of court and location by County and State.) (While applicant was at Camp Lee.) issued to me certificate of naturalization No.( ?1; that the said naturalization paper remained in my possession until on or about November 20th, 1923 (Month.) (Day.) (Year.) That on or about that date it was destroyed by fire when house which I lived was totally destroyed. (Here give the circumstances as to the place and manner of the loss or destruction of the paper, and show what efforts have been made to find it. The words "lost," "mislaid," "stolen", or "destroyed," are not alone sufficient.)

(In case of a lost declaration state why it is needed at the present time. If you have ever filed a petition for final paper give date and location of court in which i was filed.)

That I truly believe the paper above mentioned to be beyond recovery. Filippo Di Carlo Subscribed and sworn to before met his 26th day of February, anno Domini one thousand nine hundred and Twenty four (1924) SEAL. MY COMMISSION EXPIRES MARCH 6, 1927 [illegible?] (Signature of attestor.) Hersey, Pa. Commissioner of Naturalization, Washington, D.C.

Sir: This is to certify that I have examined the records of this court and find the facts stated in the foregoing affidavit, so far as they relate to the record, to be *true, "[blank]" (*If not true, strike out the word "true" and show the facts according to the records of the court.) furthermore, "[blank]" (Here state whether, in your opinion, the paper should be issued.) "[blank]" Clerk of the "[blank]" Court for "[blank]" 14-571 GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE