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Re: Any Good Lithuanian Records Links?
Posted by: Patricia Karpowich (ID *****5854) Date: May 28, 2012 at 15:24:30
In Reply to: Re: Any Good Lithuanian Records Links? by R Serafini of 10153

Just for your information Simon's WWII draft registration is online:

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Name:        Simon Vasilauskas
Event:        Military
Event Date:        1942
Event Place:        Du Bois, Clearfield, Pennsylvania
Residence:        Du Bois, Clearfield, Pennsylvania
Gender:        Male
Birth Date:        01 Oct 1888
Film Number:        2281565
Digital Folder Number:        4128716
Image Number:        00038

You can view the image and save it. says just Lithuania DOB 10/1/1888 - person who would know where he is is Bernard
Bordynoski -also at RD #2. Simon was a self-employed farmer on the record.

There is also a simon M. probably a son from Clearfield with a WWII enlistment.

Vasilauskas, Simon M

Serial Number: 33017102
Residence: Clearfield, Pennsylvania
Enlistment Place: Altoona, Pennsylvania
Enlistment Date: 16 April 1941
Grade Alpha: Pvt
Grade Code: Private
Branch Alpha: Bi
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, Usa
Enlistment Term: 0
Source: Civil Life
Nativity: Pennsylvania
Birth Year: 1918
Race and Citizenship: White, Citizen
Education: 1 Year of High School
Civil Occupation: Semiskilled Miners, and Mining-Machine Operators
Marital Status: Single, Without Dependents
Army Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Card Number:
Box Number: 0598
Reel Number: 2.262

If you check World Vital records:

There's a bunch of Vasilauskas's on the WWII draft. FREE until May 30th. You could check and see if they are relatives and might have a more complete easier history to follow.

Hope this helps somewhat, not related just trying to help.

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