If you remember, I said in a previous post
First of all, I have to say, I had a lot of the information in order to be able to fill in the date, parents, etc., which made it pretty easy for the Health Dept. in Olympia to find the right person I was looking for. I was able to order online one day and I got the certificate the next day. I should say, I only live an hour away from Olympia, so that was probably the reason for the fast service.
Now, here was the surprise: My aunt’s first name was neither Jeane or Eleanor, but Jeanette. All my life though we always called her Jeane. This brings me to the next mystery then. My own mother was originally named Mildred Alice Moline. Just to make this harder though, the birth certificate for Jeane shows no middle name! Ugh!
The middle sister was named Joyce Lorraine. I’ve never sent for her birth certificate but I have her military records showing her legal name (I presume). I don’t remember the exact year but before 1965 my grandfather filled out an affidavit that changed my mom’s name to Joan Alice Moline. So, the daughters were officially Jeane, Joyce and Joan. Or, as the Swedish relatives would probably say, “Yeen, Yoyce and Yown”. 😉
I’ve added the full image (minus the ‘copy’ info) to Jeane’s profile on Ancestry.