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Would children have naturalization papers if Parents dead?

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Would children have naturalization papers if Parents dead?

Posted: 7 Jan 2014 3:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Nagle, Mueller, Miller
Theodore Miller (Mueller), Mary (listed Maria Mueller in German records b. 1878) and Frank (I believe listed in German birth records Franz?B. 1883 (though much later than I suspected) These three children came to USA from Germany 1885. They Came with mother Anna (Naegle, Nagel) Miller who was married to Joseph Miller. (No idea whether he died on route or before coming -- or after.). In 1888 the mother Anna Died.
Would these children have had to go through the process -- I find nothing about Anna having done paperwork before she died.
I believe her parents were Louis Nagle, Sr (b. 1827) & K. Nagle and came to USA 1882
Any help appreciated about paper work for children to become citizens and if there is way to find out if Joseph died in route? Thank you
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Bettejj 7 Jan 2014 10:18PM GMT 
Robert Jerin 8 Jan 2014 11:24AM GMT 
Bettejj 8 Jan 2014 2:33PM GMT 
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