Naturalizations – Campbell County, Kentucky

Naturalizations – Campbell County, Kentucky

  • In the September 1842 session of the court, Adam Shafer gave up allegiance to the King of Bavaria. He was 50 years of age, had lived five years in the United States and one year in Kentucky. Citizenship was granted.
  • In the September 1842 session of the court, Jacob Goitz gave up allegiance to Leopold, Grand Duke of Baden. He was 52 years of age, had lived five years in the United States and one year in Kentucky. Citizenship was granted.
  • In the December 1842 session of the court, Christian Vangundy gave up allegiance to Louis Philip, King of the French. He was 61 years of age, had lived five years in the United States and one year in Kentucky. Citizenship was granted.
  • In the January 1843 session of the court, Benjamin Hully gave up allegiance to Victoria, Queen of Great Britain. He was 39 years of age and was proven by oath.
  • In the May 1843 session of the court, Christopher Reigler gave up allegiance to the King of Bavaria. He was 40 years of age, had lived five years in the United States and one year in Kentucky. Citizenship was granted.
  • In the May 1843 session of the court, Thomas Cooper gave up allegiance to Victoria, Queen of Great Britain. He was 43 years of age, had lived five years in the Unites States and one year in Kentucky. Citizenship was granted.
  • In the June 1843 session of the court, John Marvin gave up allegiance to Victoria, Queen of Great Britain. He had lived five years in the United States and one year in Kentucky. Citizenship was granted.
  • In the July 1843 session of the court, William Ross gave up allegiance to Victoria, Queen of Ireland. He had lived five years in the United States and one year in Kentucky. Citizenship was granted.
  • In the July 1843 session of the court, Michael Ward gave up allegiance to Victoria, Queen of Ireland. He was 23 years and six months old, and had taken the Oath of Intention.
  • In the September 1843 session of the court, David Sloan gave up allegiance to Victoria, Queen of Great Britain. He was 26 years of age and had taken the Oath of Intention.
  • In the May 1844 session of the court, William Fesler gave up allegiance to Leopold, Grand Duke of Baden. He was 29 years of age, had lived five years in the United States and one year in Kentucky. Citizenship was granted.
  • In the May 1844 session of the court, Joseph Fesler gave up allegiance to Leopold, Grand Duke of Baden. He was 30 years of age and had taken the Oath of Intention.
  • In the June 1844 session of the court, James Murphy gave up allegiance to Victoria, Queen of Ireland. He was proven by oath.
  • In the July 1844 session of the court, Joseph Holden gave up allegiance to Victoria, Queen of Great Britain. He has been two years a resident and was proven by oath.

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