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Re: Bruce White
Posted by: Dick Tague (ID *****8984) Date: January 02, 2010 at 09:09:33
In Reply to: Bruce White by barbara of 9053

HNY Barbara, Are you reading your own research findings? Bruce's WWI draft card indicates he was a British subject but had filed his 1st papers for U.S. naturalization. Being married with children, it's unlikely he would have been drafted tho he could have enlisted. The 1930 census indicates he was a naturalized citizen, Column 30 of that census indicates he was not a U.S. veteran. Dick


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