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Sequoyah Co. WWI Draft Cards
Posted by: Rebecca Jenkins Selva (ID *****9358) Date: December 12, 2005 at 19:16:53
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Hi Sequoyah County Researchers!

I have added the first half of the alphabet of World War I Draft Registration Cards to the Sequoyah Co AHGP/ALHN website. I will be adding to them until it is complete, so if you are researching surnames later in the alphabet, keep checking back! A shortcut to the WWI Draft Card index is

http://www.rootsweb.com/~oksequoy/military/wwidraftcardsindex.html

Please consider contributing anything you can to make the site as useful to researchers as possible. Anyone willing to contribute original documents such as death certificates, birth records, cemetery records, family group sheets, marriage records, historical photographs, family photographs, headstone pictures, links to your own websites on Sequoyah County research, just about ANYTHING that could be of use to others researching in Sequoyah County, please contact me! The more people who participate in the site, the more useful it will be - all in the name of FREE genealogy exchange!

Becky
Sequoyah Co AHGP/ALHN
www.rootsweb.com/~oksequoy/


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