[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Canadian Naturalization records 1915-1951
lindakbowen at cox.net
Wed Dec 11 07:19:40 PST 2013
Thanks for that link.
I easily found my Grandfather. He was naturalized 14 years after
arriving in Canada.
I have not searched for my other relatives yet.
Do you know if there is an application that would come with the
I was hoping an application might give me some new information.
On 12/11/2013 7:42 AM, Helen Gillespie wrote:
> Library and Archives Canada has published a number of Naturalization
> records - between 1915 and 1939 and 1939-1951
> 1915-1939 is searchable by name but the 1939-1951 set is only by month and
> year in which the Canada Gazette published the names of the new citizens .
> The Gazette info provides the Certificate number and type. Details about
> each set is outlined in the Introduction..
> Once you locate the individual, if you wish to order the Naturalization
> Certificate under ATIP (Access to Information) the process is outlined on
> the Intro page.
> In the pre-1939 index, I searched the name STUBEL and it came up with
> STUBELT and STUBEL - so if the key word is *in* the name - for the pre 1939
> database - it should show up.
> The Canada Gazette process is more tedious because the names are listed
> alphabetically for every month in every year plus the supplementary pages.
> However, if you know the approximate month/year, then that would narrow it
> I don't have any direct ancestors who arrived and obtained citizenship
> before 1951 unfortunately - just shirt-tale relatives. My folks arrived in
> Good luck!
> Helen Gillespie
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