Re: [S-R] World War I Draft Registration Records for Surname PLICHTA
- I will look up the record for MARIA EUGENIA (only). I do have limited
access to the Ancestory.com site.
Please send me the complete name, year of birth, city an state, and your
best guess as to how the name was was spelled. Please send these data
directly to me (my e-mail address as it appears in this message) and not
to the list.
Bill Tarkulich wrote:
>National Archives has them
>Both have the records available for a fee
>On Thu, July 6, 2006 1:26 am, María Eugenia Kromholc said:
>>Hello, I know this isn't a recent mail, but unfortunately I have just read
>>it. I was wondering where you got access to the WW I Draft Registration
>>Records. I would love to know that so I can look up for my grandfather who
>>was born in Czechoslovakia in 1901.
>>Thanks for your help,
>>On 6/21/06, frank.r.plichta@... <frank.r.plichta@...>
>>> While searching the World War I Draft Registration Records for the
>>>PLICHTA, I was able to identify 54 Plichtas that registered during one
>>>the three registration periods; June 5, 1917; September 12, 1918 and
>>>December 12, 1918.
>>>The 54 Plichtas ranged in age from 18 to 45 and were born between 1873
>>>Citizenship: 30 were Aliens, 10 Naturalized, 3 Declared an intent and
>>>submitted their papers, 9 were Native Born and 2 had no entry.
>>>Height: Four were Short, 36 Medium and 14 Tall.
>>>Build: Twelve were Slender, 39 Medium and 3 Stout.
>>>Exemptions: One asked for an exemption for having only one hand, one for
>>>being an alien and 6 as the sole support for a wife and/or children.
>>>Prior Military Service: Only one, aged 30, stated he had prior military
>>>service as a Jager, Zuger, Police for three years in Russia.
>>>Signature: Four of the Plichtas signed with his "mark" +.
>>>So far I have been able to identify the family relationship with 22 of
>>>Plichtas and the remaining 32 are still being researched.
>>>For your information, I printed each of the 54 registration cards and
>>>compiled all of the entries in a MS-Access database. This way I can sort
>>>all of the cards by various data elements and draw conclusions based on
>>>data element of the various registration cards. The database also helps
>>>with matching information with Plichtas found in the 1910 and 1920 U.S.
>>>Census which I have also compiled into a MS-Access database.
>>>Frank R. Plichta