[APG Public List] WWI soldier naturalizations (non federal)

Ed Withers gwithers at pdq-research.com
Tue Nov 2 19:06:03 MDT 2010

I'm looking for some help locating a naturalization record for a WWI soldier. He 

was murdered in a mining riot in Illinois in the early 20's. He is buried in a 
mass grave and we're trying to find relatives, so he can be moved to a National 

Antonio Mulkovich / Anton Mulkovic He is listed in the microfilmed card index 
for WWI Soldier Naturalzations as:

Anton Mulkovich,
dtd. 21 May 1918,
certificate #932250,
Camp Lee [this is in Dinwiddie County VA]
Court # 3576

He is not on the film of microfilmed petitons at the National Archives. The 
Court # 3576, supposedly, refers to Petersburg Corporation Court, according to 
the book, "Directory of Courts having jurisdiction in Naturalization 
Proceeding", 1906 edition. I called the Petersburg Circuit Court and they can't 
find any naturalization records there. I called the Library of Virginia and they 

don't have local naturalizations. I am still waiting to hear from Dinwiddie 

I'm hoping someone that has experience with this type of naturalization 
can point me to where this record might be located. 

Thanks, George Withers

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