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From: Richard & Christina Fairchild <>
Subject: Re: [NOR] naturalization records
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2012 20:50:25 -0500
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That is so true about the census. My grandparents name Olafson was
spelled different in each census since 1900 to 1940 before I saw it
spelled the same way in 1940 as it was in 1930.

On 6/30/2012 5:09 PM, Nadine & Sid Snider wrote:
> I looked and looked for my great grandfathers naturalization records, The
> family name was Reystead, but the name on the naturalization papers were
> Reyerestad.
> And, be careful with census records and mistakes they might have. The 1940
> census has recently been opened and looked for my husband who was a 2 year
> old at the time. Coulnd't find it and finally found his parents and there
> he was with his first name spelled as Snidey instead of Sidney.
> Nadine
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