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U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925



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  • Title U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 
    Author Ancestry.com 
    Publisher Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007 
    Source ID S646 
    Text Facts:

    Name: Joseph Brown
    DOB: 15 Jan 1869
    Emigrated: 1 Aug 1909, Glasgow Scotland
    Has lived in: Westchester and Kings County NY
    Naturalized: Before the Supreme Court of New York, Brooklyn, 6 May 1915
    Address: 724 59 Street, Brooklyn
    Occupation: Shipfitter
    Reason for going abroad: Visit sick mother
    Ship: Carmonia, 12 Jul 1919

    Description:

    Age: 50
    Stature: 5 ft 8 “
    Forehead: Medium
    Eyes: Brown
    Nose: Broad
    Mouth: Medium
    Chin: Medium
    Hair: Brown
    Complexion: Medium
    Face: Thin

    Statement: 27 Jun 1919

    “I hereby make application for passport enable me to visit my aged mother who is failing (in) health. My mother is 76 years old and I learn she is very frail at the present time. I have (no) letter or evidence to testify to this statement of mine, just my informer which is my sister happened (...) the party who got the news in a letter which I am not able to produce.

    I swear this statement to be true” 
    Linked to BROWN, Joseph
    ROXBURGH, Jane 

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    JosephBrownPassport1919




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