German Genealogy Group adds several new databases

The German Genealogy Group, which meets the first Thursday of each month at the V.F.W. in Hicksville, recently added several new databases to its website.

*Civil Service Naturalizations, 1905-1906 – These records consist of lists of naturalization certificates of people who took civil service exams in New York City in 1905 and 1906, which were sent to the U. S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York for investigation.The lists contain the name on the certificate, the date of the certificate, the issuing court, the occupation for which the examination was taken, and the place where the examination was given.

*St. Francis in the Fields, Baptisms and Marriage Records, 1851=1891 and St. Benedict, Baptisms and Marriage records, 1853-1920 – St. Benedict and St. Francis in the Fields were part of the Diocese of Brooklyn.

*25,000 records were added to the German Emigrants database.

To search these and many other databases, go to the club website at: www.germangenealogygroup.com

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