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Re: barber family
Posted by: JS Arameish (ID *****1116) Date: February 09, 2007 at 15:24:19
In Reply to: Re: barber family by sinead walkinshaw of 797

The WWI info didn't necessarily mean he served in the war. Just that he was registered in case needed.

I found WWI Draft Registration Card info for Thomas Barber, who I'm assuming is the brother of Joseph.

Thomas was living with a Thomas family at 153 Ridge Street, Lansford, Carbon County, PA when he registered on July 12, 1918.

He was 45 years old, born Jan. 27, 1873, was a miner at L.C.N.C. #8.

Nearest relative: Mrs. J. Thomas

According to the 1920 US census he was single and still living with this family.


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