naturalization records document the process by which an immigrant becomes a citizen. An individual has to live in the United States for a specific period of time and file a series of forms with a court before he or she can become naturalized. Naturalization records provide the following information: place and date of birth, date of arrival into the United States, place of residence at the time of naturalization, a personal description, and sometimes the name of the ship that the individual arrived on and the individual's occupation.
naturalized; not applicable.
no date; not dated.
born, used to denote a woman's maiden name, ie., Anne Gibson nee West.
no place listed; no publisher listed.
normally, newspapers announce events of genealogical interest such as births, deaths, and marriages. The amount of information in these announcements will vary. Most likely you will find the names of the individuals involved in the event, the date of the event, and where the event took place. Sometimes you can even find pictures.
nuncupative will,oral will.
oral will declared or dictated by the testator in his last sickness before a sufficient number of witnesses and afterwards put in writing.