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If Lisa was not a citizen before her marriage to Mr. Clark she would have become one at the time of marriage.
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Death Certificate for Samuel Jackson Clark, Lisa Clark's name is written on the left side
Thank-you for your response to my question for information on Lisa Ella Johanna Clark. Thank-you for the copy of the death certificate for Samuel Clark with Lisa Clark written on the side. Lisa was not a citizen of the United States before her marriage to Sam Clark. They were married in Germany in 1959, then came to the US in 1961. The passenger list you sent is not the correct Samuel Clark. The Samuel Clark we are looking for was a soldier in the US Army, stationed in Germany. Samuel was born in Brownwood, Texas, September 28, 1917. We are having difficulty locating any information about Lisa becoming a citizen. If she became a citizen after her marriage, where would we look for that information or document? We have applied for 2 separate FOIA's, with no success. Thank-you for any help you can give me in this matter.
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Thank-you for your response to my question about locating information about Lisa Ella Johanna Clark. I have requested 2 separate FOIA's for her, with no success. I have also been in contact with National Archives, which resulted with nothing found on her. We are at a loss as to where to search next. If you have any further ideas, please let me know. Thank-you very much.