I’m trying to find a marriage date for my father, David B. Tipping, to one of his wives, Maida Yate Tipping. I don' t know where they were married but I do know they were divorced in Texas in 1988?
My great grandfather is Harry Arthur Trentt - possibly Arthur Harry Trent. He stated that his parents were Juanita Clearwater and Jackson Trent. He said he was from Casa Grande, Arizona and was born in 1907. I have had little luck finding any information on any of these people. Any help would be appreciated it.
Arizona was not yet a state. Don't know how that would effect your search. The below documents are from familysearch.org. You need an account but it is free. Death certificate for a son. Lists Harry's place of birth, wife and son's name. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N34J-74W 1940 Census …
The left side page is in German. I am hoping someone can transcribe it. Thanks https://crowd.loc.gov/campaigns/mary-church-terrell-advocate-for-african-americans-and-women/letters-between-friends-allies-and-others/mss425490055/mss425490055-12/
Passenger arrival lists are a wonderful resource for genealogists. There are a number of useful search tricks and common errors that researchers should keep in mind to ensure success in locating an ancestor. Passenger List Research Tips TIP: If you are having trouble using name searching, but have a general idea of when and where someone… Show more
Trying to track information on a Frank Paul Dlouhy who was a police officer in Cleveland during the 1930's and 40's. He was married twice. His second wife was Theresa G Bensick.
Do you have any idea when he was born and if it was in Cleveland? The below page is from familysearch.org. You need an account but it is free. There is a Frank Dlouhy in Cleveland who was born in 1905. If your relative was born around then and in Cleveland, it could be him. There is birth information and census information on this page too. I…
What survived in the 1890 federal census? I know that a few sates had surviving censuses, and bits and pieces here and there. Would like something definitive for reference. Thanks!
Another page written in German. https://crowd.loc.gov/campaigns/mary-church-terrell-advocate-for-african-americans-and-women/letters-between-friends-allies-and-others/mss425490066/mss425490066-45/
Many of us have had difficulty finding the 1890 census. I just found out through Genealogy Bank that the 1890 census was destroyed in a fire in 1921 and very little data remains. However, they did have an article with suggestions on how and where to find other information. I have attached the article below. I just thought this might help save many… Show more
I'm trying to find archive on my family, Leroy Richardson. I don't know if that would help but please i need to find answers about my family.
Andrew Petersen, born between 1853 & 1855, immigrated 1882, I believe. He married Johanna Fredrikka Maria Koch in Chicago, Cook County, in August 1888. Andrew met up with her prior to their marriage in Dyer IN. They married there, as reported by her brother, Anthony Koch, I thought, but their official marriage was in Chicago in August 1888 . I… Show more
Hi Jill- these give some information and may confirm what you already know. It is fron familysearch.org. Access is free but you need an account. Marriage certificate for Andrew and Johanna. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N7X7-1VH Belatedly filed birth certificates for Marc Christian Petersen and Andrew Petersen, Andrew and…
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I am having trouble finding my grandfather, Ricardo Antonio Garcia, on my maternal side. He died at 41 and my mom and her siblings where just children. No one knows who his parents are or where he was truly born is it San Juan, PR or New York. He may have been married before to a women named Irene? He was married to my grandmother Helen Laspanto.… Show more
Hi Debera- I believe this may be his draft card. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS6T-FSD9-H?i=646&cc=2709452&personaUrl=%2Fark%3A%2F61903%2F1%3A1%3AQ2BC-27TS Burial Info https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QPRC-86MS That's all I could find so far. This is from familysearch.org. It is free but you need to…