Naturalization Papers of Tobias Ambre Ohmer

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Naturalization Papers of Tobias Ambre OHMER


8 March, 1892

Transcribed by Joel A. Ohmer

Backup_of_Tobias-Migration


The United States of America
State of Louisiana – Assumption Parish

Before me, the undersigned  authority, personally came and appeared Tobias Ohmar, to me well-known, who upon  oath declared and said = I am over twenty-one years of age complete, having been born in Bavaria, Germany, in the year 1831; I came to the United States of  America in the year 1850, landing at New Orleans, La.; I have been living and residing in the Parish of Assumption, La., for more than ten years without interruption, it is my bona fide intention to become a citizen of the United States of America, and to renounce forever all allegiance and fidelity to any  foreign prince, potentate, state or sovereignty whatever, and particularly to  William II Emperor of
Germany, of whom I am now a subject.  So help me God.

Tobias Ohmer (signature)

Sworn  to and subscribed before me this 8th day of March, A.D. 1892.  Witness my hand  and seal of office, at Napoleonville, La., March 8, 1892.

Oscar Dugas  (signature)
Dy Clerk of the 20th Judicial District
Court of Louisiana, in and for Assumption Parish

(Written on outside of papers  when folded up)
No. 2969
State of Louisiana
20th Judicial Dist. Court
Parish of Assumption

Declaration of
Ohmar of his intention
to become a  citizen
of the United  States

L.E. Michelet,
of Counsel

Filed Mch 8/92
Oscar Dugas
Dy Clerk

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