Author Topic: Solomon Tinsky & Dora Friedenberg with son Morris, Russia to England 1895-1898  (Read 355 times)

Offline JustinL

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Re: Solomon Tinsky & Dora Friedenberg with son Morris, Russia to England 1895-1898
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 13 May 21 08:34 BST (UK) »
Here's a link to the image of Dora's petition in the record set "Illinois, U.S., Federal Naturalization Records, 1856-1991"

https://www.rootschat.com/links/01qm6/

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Re: Solomon Tinsky & Dora Friedenberg with son Morris, Russia to England 1895-1898
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 13 May 21 19:06 BST (UK) »
Here's a link to the image of Dora's petition in the record set "Illinois, U.S., Federal Naturalization Records, 1856-1991"

https://www.rootschat.com/links/01qm6/

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Thank you!  I don't have an Ancestry subscription so I'll have to wait until a FamilySearch library re-opens.  But I'm very happy to know it's there.

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Re: Solomon Tinsky & Dora Friedenberg with son Morris, Russia to England 1895-1898
« Reply #11 on: Thursday 13 May 21 19:14 BST (UK) »
Solomon Tinsky is in the US Naturalization Index on 26 April 1926.

Here's the index entry:
Name: Solomon Tinsky
Event Type: Naturalization
Event Date: 1926
Event Place: Illinois
Birth Date: 1872
Birth Year: 1872
Birthplace: Russia
Record Number:    7333
Record Number:    7333

Can you see the image of his application?  Does it have information on his birthplace and parents?


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Hi Nicolle,

Solomon submitted his petition to the Superior Court of Cook County, but unfortunately Ancestry only has images of petitions submitted to the district courts.

HOWEVER, you should be able to obtain his petition. See here https://www.chicagogenealogy.com/find-chicago-naturalization-records.html

I have attached the "Soundex card" that you need.

Justin