Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Treasure Chest Tuesday -- Devier David Carringer's 1889 Birth Certificate in National City, California

Today's Tuesday's Treasure is the 1899 birth certificate of Devier David Carringer in National City, California:



The extracted information on this birth certificate is:

*  No:  [blank]                       National City                 188__
*  Name:  Devier David

*  Sex:  Male                         Race:  White
*  Born: Monday, 10 a.m.,    the   19   day of   Aug   1889
*  Name of Father:                     H. Austin Carringer
*  Name of Mother before marriage:  Della A. Smith
*  Nativity of Father:  US    Nativity of Mother:  US
*  Occupation of Father:  Carpenter
*  Residence of Parents:  National City
*  Name of Physician:  Theo F. Johnson 

The source citation for this record is:

"California, County Birth and Death Records, 1800-1994," indexed database with digital images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ : accessed 16 March 2018), Denver David Carringer, 19 Aug 1889; citing Birth, San Diego, San Diego, California, United States, California State Archives, Sacramento.

This FamilySearch record collection was recently added and I saw a Record Hint for this birth certificate.  I had this information from several other sources, but this is an "official" record.  The indexed record says "Denver David" but it looks like Devier (with the "i" undotted), which is correct.  His grandfathers were Devier Smith and David Carringer.  


Devier David Carringer (1889-1890) is my grandfather's brother, so that makes him my grand uncle.  He died nine months after his birth.  

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