Court Records

Additional Sources for Research
of Naturalization Records

The following is a list of Courts which have naturalization records.

Allegheny County Courts with Naturalization Records

Common Pleas Court , Years 1799 - 1906
Quarter Sessions Court, Years 1799-1906

NOTE:  There are no naturalization records at the Allegheny County Department of Court Records. 

Naturalization records from the two Allegheny County Courts are now researched through:

     Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
     Genealogy Department
     Pennsylvania Room
     4400 Forbes Avenue
     Pittsburgh PA  15213
     412-622-3154

Federal Courts with Naturalization Records

Clerk's Office
U.S. Post Office & Federal Court Bldg.
7th Avenue & Grant Street, Room 829
Pittsburgh PA 15219

Index Only, 1906 to Present

Federal Archives & Records Center
Archives Branch

Room 1350
Philadelphia PA 19107

BEFORE 1906 through Present

Additional resources recommended related to naturalization

(Must supply petitioner's name, number & approximate date of naturalization.)

New England Historic Society
101 Newbury Street
Boston MA 02116

L.D.S. Family History Library
35 Northwest Temple Street
Salt Lake City UT 84150

New York Genealogical Society
122-126 East 58th Street
New York NY 10022

Daughters of the American Revolution
1776 D. Street Northwest
Washington D.C. 20006

Peter Foulger Research Library
Box 1016
Nantucket MA 02554

College of Heralds
Secretary to Earl Marshall
Queen Victoria Street
London EC #4VBT

New Berry Library
60W Walton Street
Chicago IL 60610

Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Family History Library
Church of Latter-day Saints

Address:
46 School Street
Greentree PA 15220
Send correspondence to:
Family History Center
P.O. Box 16217
Pittsburgh PA 15242