News: Neillsville - Naturalization Papers Received (May 1919)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Schroeder, Rossow, Grobelny, Marth, Franke, Sonheim, Traikoski, Prehaez, Gerhardt, Wyczouski, Krause, Tews, Grottke, Seidelman, Milter, Teatz, Blong, Gosar, Hertz, Schmidt, Brown, Bloom, Buchert, Davel, Persin, Mueller, Mattson, Scheckleman, Zwanesberg, Nelson, Anderson, Budney, Bokke, Arbs, Sapien, Housley, Bielinski, Szcygel, Johnson
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/22/1919
Naturalization Papers Received (17 MAY 1919)
Last Saturday a bunch of American citizens were made in court, the following men receiving their naturalization papers. Sixty-eight had applied for their last papers, but quite a number were unable to appear on that day. The examination conducted by the federal agent was a very strict one and he kept the applicants guessing most of the time.
Oscar Schroeder, Dorchester; Wm. Rossow, Greenwood; Ignatz Grobelny, Thorp; Henry F. Marth, Neillsville; Herman Franke, Neillsville; John Sonheim, Neillsville; John Traikoski, Thorp; Wojek Prehaez, Thorp; Wm. F. Gerhardt, Greenwood; Frank Wyczouski, Thorp; Herman Krause, Granton; Chas. Tews, Neillsville; Ernest Grottke, Neillsville; Henry Seidelman, Neillsville; Emil Milter, Spencer; August Teatz, Granton; John Blong, Humbird; Frank Gosar, Greenwood; John Carl Hertz, Colby; Gottlieb Hertz, Colby; Gottlieb Schmidt, Dorchester; Henry E. Krause, Granton; Herman Brown, Thorp; Bennet H. Bloom, Withee; Berhard A. Buchert, Owen; Albert Davel, Loyal; Frank Persin, Greenwood; Detrich Mueller, Colby; Emil Mattson, Neillsville; Jos. John Scheckleman, Loyal; John Zwanesberg, Thorp; Fred A. Nelson, Greenwood; John E. Anderson, Withee; Wladyslaw Budney, Owen; Albert Bokke, Curtiss; Louis Arbs, Greenwood; Anton Sapien, Tioga; Harry W. Housley, Granton; Victor Bielinski, Thorp; John Szcygel, Thorp; John H. Johnson, Dorchester.
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