United States

Social Security Administration Numerical Identification System, 1936-2007

NARA Record Group 47

  1. Social Security Application (SS-5) - Includes date and place of birth, full names of parents, address, place of employment, signature.

U.S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 on Ancestry and NARA

To obtain copy of actual record, go to FOIA Online Request

Select "Create Request", then "Begin".

Agency: "Social Security Administration"

Request type: "FOIA"

Enter your Contact Information

Processing Fees - Will pay up to: Enter $21

Description: Enter alternate names and additional information to aid in finding the record

Request Expedited Processing: Select "No"

Request Fee Waiver: Select "No"

Request Type and Fee: Select "Photocopy of Original Application for Social Security Card"

Certification: Select "No"

Enter known information on deceased individual in the provided fields

Attach Supporting Files: Attach death certificate if deceased was born less than 120 years ago.

  1. Claims Files

U.S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 on Ancestry and NARA

  1. Death Files

Social Security Death Index (SSDI), 1935-2014: Index on Ancestry, NARA, FamilySearch

SteveMorse Social Security Death Record Tool


Source material:

Social Security Card Applications by Debbie Kroopkin, Morasha (JGSI), Vol 39, Num 1. Spring, 2022.

Social Security Administration's FOIA home page

Social Security Administration Records Guides

Passports
  1. United States Passport Applications, 1795-1925 (Ancestry.com).
  2. United States Consular Posts Emergency Passport Applications, 1915-1926 (Ancestry and Jewishgen)
  3. Passport Master Index, 1906-1959 (NARA).
This indexes passport applications, Consular registrations of Americans living abroad, births of Americans abroad and registered with the Consulate, and several other types of records related to an individual's interaction with the Dept. of State - including refused passport applications, or additional information for completed passport applications, including documents about overcoming a presumption of expatriation.
  1. Passport Correspondence Files, 1910-1925 (NARA).
  2. Passport and Citizenship Correspondence Files, 1906-1925 (NARA).
  3. United States Department of State Passport Applications, 1925-current (Dept of State)
  4. Applications for Extension or Amendment, 1918-1925 (NARA).

US State Department Files

http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/USA/RG59.htm

Many include documents of births, marriages and deaths of US citizens abroad; settlement of the foreign estates of US citizens who died abroad; lists and correspondence ofUS citizens temporarily or permanently residing abroad. Names of people who were not US citizens were often mentioned and are included in this database.

CONNECTICUT

Yale University Library Catalog

Holocaust Testimony of Sophie K.

http://orbis.library.yale.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?searchId=1748&recCount=50&recPointer=3&bibId=4789721

NEW JERSEY

New Jersey Newspapers

https://jhsnj-archives.org/

New Jersey Naturalizations 1796-1991

https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2649169

New Jersey County Naturalizations 1749-1986

https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2057433

New Jersey Essex County Naturalizations

https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/2748741

New Jersey Newark US District Naturalizations 1914-1945

https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/1332882

New Jersey Birth Index 1901-1903

https://archive.org/details/njbirthindex?sort=titleSorter

New Jersey Marriage Index 1901-2016

https://archive.org/details/njmarriageindex?sort=titleSorter

New Jersey Death Index 1901-2017

https://www.newjerseydeathindex.com/

The Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard University

Dmytro Bratush Collection

http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~huri/lib/archives/bratush.html

Harvard Library Immigration to the United States 1789-1930

Subject: (US) Harvard Library Immigration to the United States 1789-1930

From: "Jan Meisels Allen" <janmallen@att.net>

Date: Fri, 1 Mar 2019 10:43:06 -0800

X-Message-Number: 3

Harvard Library has a collection on voluntary immigration to the United

States 1789-1930. This period covers from the signing of the US Constitution

to the start of the Great Depression. The digital collection of historical

documents emanates from Harvard's libraries, archives and museums. The

collection includes over 400,000 pages from 2,200 books, pamphlets and

serials; 7,800 photographs and over 9,600 pages from manuscript and archival

collections. You can view the articles directly.

To access the collection go to: https://tinyurl.com/y3zcpprj

Original url:

https://curiosity.lib.harvard.edu/immigration-to-the-united-states-1789-1930

By placing the word "Jewish" in the search field there were many hits,

including correspondence, a list of old Jewish cemeteries in South Carolina,

reports from United Hebrew Charities of New York City, Jewish musicians,

evidence of pogroms in Poland and Ukraine, Jewish Immigration to the United

States from 1881 to 1910 and many more.

Please read the terms of use abut copyright and public domain content before

using any of the materials.