James Allen
Petition for United States Citizenship
Oglethorpe Co, GA 1822
Superior Court Book 1820-1823
April 1822 Term (pages not numbered)

In the Superior Court of Oglethorpe County Georgia personally came and appeared James Allen who being duly sworn saith that it is bona fide his intention to become a citizen of the United States and to renounce forever all allegiance & fidelity to any foreign Prince, Potentate, State or Sovereignty whatever and particularly to his majesty the King of Great Britain of whom he is now a subject.

James Allen

Sworn to and subscribed in open court this 20th day of April 1822.
Isaac Collier, Clerk


Stephen W. Dermott
Petition for United States Citizenship
Oglethorpe Co, GA 1822
Superior Court Book 1820-1823
April 1822 Term (pages not numbered)

In the Superior Court of Oglethorpe County Georgia personally came and appeared Stephen W. Dermott who being duly sworn saith that it is bona fide his intention to become a citizen of the United States and to renounce forever all allegiance & fidelity to any foreign Prince, Potentate, State or Sovereignty whatever and particularly to his majesty the King of Great Britain of whom he is now a subject.

Stephen W. Dermott

Sworn to and subscribed in open court this 19th day of April 1822.
Isaac Collier, Clerk


Thomas Miller
Petition for United States Citizenship
Oglethorpe County, GA 1821
Superior Court Book 1820-1823
April 1821 Term (pages not numbered)

Georgia Oglethorpe County To the honorable the Judge of the Superior Court; The humble petition of Thomas Miller showeth that your petitioner is a native of the county of Donegall of the Kingdom of Great Brittain and has resided in the State and the United States the span of time required by law and humbly prays to become a citizen of the United States according to an act of Congress granting rights of citizenship to aliens and your petitioner will ever pray.

Thomas Miller

Personally appeared before me Thomas Miller who being duly sworn according to law maketh oath and saith that he has resided in the United States for five years and in this State three years.

Thomas Miller

Sworn to before me this 20th day of April 1821

John Hardman, J.I.C.

Personally came before me Thomas Miller who being duly sworn deposeth and saith - I, Thomas Miller, do solemnly swear that it is my wish and intention to become a citizen of the United States and I do hereby renounce all allegiance & fidelity to any foreign Prince, State, or Sovereign or Potentate whatever and particularly the King of Great Brittain and Ireland whose subject I last was. I do further promise fidelity & allegiance to the constitution of the United States and to defend & support the government of same, so help me God.

Thomas Miller

Sworn to in open court this 20th day of April 1821
Isaac Collier, Clerk


William St. L. Musgrave
Petition for United States citizenship - 1820
Oglethorpe County, GA Superior Court Book 1820-1823
October Term, 1820 [pages not numbered]

To the honorable the Judge of the Superior Court; The petition of Wm. St. L. MUSGRAVE showeth that your petitioner is a native of the town of Bradford County of York in the Kingdom of Great Brittain and was during the late war between Great Brittain and the United States captured by a private vessel of the United States and has ever since that period been a resident of the State of Georgia and humbly prays to become a citizen of the United States according to an act of Congress passed granting rights of citizenship to Aliens and your petitioner will ever pray.

William Saint Ledger MUSGRAVE

Jackson County State of Georgia
March 27, 1820

State of Georgia
Oglethorpe County
Personally came before me, Sam'l LUMPKIN, Wm. St. L. MUSGRAVE, who being duly sworn according to law deposeth that he has been in the United States of America five years and a resident of this State one Year.

William St. L. MUSGRAVE

Sworn and subscribed to before me this 19th October 1820.

Sam'l LUMPKIN, J.P.

Georgia Oglethorpe County
Personally came before me Wm. St. L. MUSGRAVE in open court and who being duly sworn deposeth and saith; I, Wm. St. L. MUSGRAVE, do solemnly swear that it is my wish and intention to become a citizen of the United States and to renounce forever all allegiance & fidelity to any foreign prince, state or potentate or sovereignty whatever and especially to the King of Great Brittain and Ireland whose subject I last was. I do further swear to support the constitution of the United States and to pay fidelity and allegiance to the same so help me God.

Wm. St. L. MUSGRAVE

Sworn to before me in open court.
Augustine S. Clayton, Judge


Hugh A. Thompson
Petition for United States Citizenship
Oglethorpe County, GA 1820
Superior Court Book 1820-1823
October 1820 Term (pages not numbered)

Georgia Oglethorpe County
To the honorable the Judge of the Superior Court; The humble petition of Hugh A. THOMPSON showeth that your petitioner is a native of the county of Dony of the Kingdom of Great Brittain and has resided in the State and the United States the span of time required by law and humbly prays to become a citizen of the United States according to an act of Congress granting rights of citizenship to aliens and your petitioner will ever pray.

Hugh A. Thompson

Personally appeared before me Hugh A. Thompson who being duly sworn according to law maketh oath and saith that he has resided in the United States for seven years and in this State two years.

Hugh A. Thompson

Sworn to before me this 20th day of October 1820
P. Compton, J.I.C.

Personally came before me Hugh A. Thompson who being duly sworn deposeth and saith - I, Hugh A. Thompson, do solemnly swear that it is my wish and intention to become a citizen of the United States and I do hereby renounce all allegiance & fidelity to any foreign Prince, State, or Sovereign or Potentate whatever and particularly the King of Great Brittain and Ireland whose subject I last was. I do further promise fidelity & allegiance to the constitution of the United States and to defend & support the government of same.

Hugh A. Thompson

Sworn to in open court this 20th day of April 1820
Augustus S. Clayton, Judge


 

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