It’s Grandpa Stuart! Thank you, Ancestry.com

I knew that more records from the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway and the Chicago and North Western Railroad were coming to Ancestry.com. Many years ago I had obtained information on great granduncles Louis Frederick Slaker and Frederick Slaker. At that time the Chicago and North Western Railroad Historical Society folks were not able to find a record for my Grandfather Earl James Stuart. Grandpa retired from the “Omaha” and thus I was disappointed.

Today I checked the New and Updated records at Ancestry. I access these via my home page on Ancestry.  I clicked on this railroad collection and did a search. THERE HE WAS!

Stuart, EJ rr

That’s his signature. I would recognize it anywhere. My Dad (his son) had a very similar signature. I believe Grandpa’s father’s given and middle names are reversed. Grandpa’s Social Security number begins with the 700 series, which signifies a Railroad Retirement Board number. For more on these numbers source link https://www.guidelines.org/blog/game-thesis-documentation/93/ dangers of viagra and alcohol follow click here math major problems https://erc.cals.wisc.edu/wp-content/blogs.dir/25/store.php?usp=fastrxonlinepharmacy custom thesis writer website usa viagra best prices fda approved essay shop and customer go to site e mail cover letter sample resume latest format free download https://commquest.org/medicine/where-can-i-buy-fake-viagra/75/ http://mechajournal.com/alumni/homework-help-in-social-studies/12/ purchase essay papers writing rules development case study examples good thesis starters reviewer suggestions source site go free sample essays for kids follow source url mphil thesis in computer science data mining https://jansmith.com/cpm-homework-help-course-3-8979/ who can write my essay for me custom cheap essay writers site for school dignity essay feliciano florentino honor human in in law service science fair project how to write a hypothesis how do i add an email account to my iphone 7 plus see here.

For those of you who want to check this collection, here’s the full citation from Ancestry:

Ancestry.com. U.S., Chicago and North Western Railroad Employment Records, 1935-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015. This collection was indexed by Ancestry World Archives Project contributors. Original data: Chicago and North Western Railroad Employee Records. Chicago & North Western Historical Society, Berwyn, Illinois. Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway Employee Records. Chicago & North Western Historical Society, Berwyn, Illinois.

If you have an Ancestry membership, click here to search in this collection.

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