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Re: NJ or DE CARLISLE in Mexican War
Posted by: James (ID *****1583) Date: March 07, 2003 at 06:52:33
In Reply to: NJ or DE CARLISLE in Mexican War by Dawn Carlisle of 553

I put this togother for you, if it helps let me know and i will put in a search engine for you. good luck, James


(File: scivreg1.txt)

Civilian Draft Registration Cards 1917-1918 Sussex Co., DE Surnames A-G

Contributed for use in the USGenWeb Project and DEGenWeb Project
Archives by Raymond H. Banks Rayhbanks@aol.com (Feb 1998)

USGENWEB NOTICE: In keeping with our policy of providing free
information on the Internet, data may be freely used by
non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains on all
copied material. These electronic pages cannot be reproduced in
any format for profit or for other commercial presentation.
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BIRTH INFORMATION: RESIDENTS OF THIS COUNTY IN 1917-18
AND PERSONS WITH LINKS TO THIS COUNTY

The information below was abstracted from by Raymond H. Banks
from civilian registration cards completed in 1917-1918. All
rights reserved.

Some men do not have birth locations listed because they
registered on the final draft registration day in 1918 when this
information was not recorded.

Almost 24 million men registered for the draft -- not always in
the county of residence.

CAUTION: Middle Eastern and East European national boundaries
and country names were quite different than those seen on today's
maps.

Microfilm copies of the original cards are maintained by the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days Saints (LDS...the Mormons).
Researchers can probably order loaner copies of specific reels
from Salt Lake City through requests at local LDS family history
centers. Payment for mailing costs is required. Catalog subject
heading:

UNITED STATES -- MILITARY RECORDS -- WORLD WAR I [although these
records are not actually military records]. Original cards are
kept at the National Archives branch near Atlanta, Georgia.

The compiler has not abstracted the registrant's address the name
and address of next of kin, occupation, work address, general
physical description and occasionally listed general description
of a disability. Please consult the original card to verify all
information.

1ST COLUMN: NAME
2ND COLUMN: BIRTH DATE
3RD COLUMN: ETHNIC GROUP
4TH COLUMN: BIRTH LOCATION OR OTHER INFO (spelling unreliable)
OTHER COLUMNS: LOCATION OF REGISTRATION


Carlisle, Harry Seymour 28 Jul 1896 W he & dad b. Staytonville DE Sussex DE

Carlisle, James Martimer 6 Jun 1888 W Sussex DE

Carlisle, John 28 Apr 1873 W Sussex DE

Carlisle, John W. 20 Sep 1892 W Greenwood DE Sussex DE

Carlisle, Paris Townsend 4th 14 Sep 1893 W Frederica DE Sussex DE

Carlisle, Willard 28 Sep 1889 W Marydel MD Sussex DE

Carlisle, Willard C. 28 Oct 1892 Greenwood DE Kent DE

Carlisle, William H. 8 Feb 1878 W Sussex DE


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