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I am wanting to get my CBID card (proof of Indian genealogy), but in order to get this card I am required to get the official birth certificates of my Indian relatives and their marriage certificates (down to my birth mother and/or father), as well as any Indian Census records that can be found. Thank You
Only someone who knows how to research genealogy would know the answer to that. I would not ...
My family (ALL OF THEM) believe that we have Cherokee in our family. I would like someone to get to the bottom of this and find out if this is true or not.
Ultimate goal? Find someone in our family with a roll number.
I have ONE 1955 alpha-numeric phone number in New York (probably one of the 5 Burroughs) for which I am seeking any documentation wherein the identity of its owner is found. I require a copy of any official documentation containing this information, such as a page from a City Directory, Phone Book, Phone Company listing, Lexus-Nexus search result, etc.