On this day Nicholas Conrad naturalized

On this day in 1858 my 2nd great-grandfather Nicholas Conrad became a naturalized citizen of the United States. At least I think it was my Nicholas Conrad. The naturalization records of the mid-nineteenth century were not very detailed, so the best I can say is that a Nicholas Conrad from Bavaria was naturalized in Philadelphia within a logical time period and place for my 2nd great-grandfather having done so.

Nicholas swore his oath at the Court of Common Pleas in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and renounced his allegiance to the King of Bavaria, officially becoming a United States citizen.

See also my transcription of his declaration of intent and naturalization papers.

Signature of Nicholas Conrad from his Naturalization Petition 1858

Signature of Nicholas Conrad from his Naturalization Petition 1858

Citation for this post:
Conrad, Alexander, "On this day Nicholas Conrad naturalized," Conrad-Todd-Garrison-Carman genealogy, News about dead people, 3 May 2019 (https://www.ctgcgenealogy.com/2019/05/03/on-this-day-nicholas-conrad-naturalized/ : accessed 5 July 2020)
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