Registration Card - World War I - Second Version 1918
WWI Registration Card
LeRoy Amos Newville, Faribault, Minnesota
- First Name - Middle Name - Last Name . LeRoy Amos Newville
- Home address - #, street, city, country state Winnebago, Faribault, Minnesota
- Age in years 36
- Date of birth - month, day, year March 5 1882
- Indian Citizen
- Indian Noncitizen
- US Citizen Native Born
- Citizen by Father's Naturalization Before Registrant's Majority
- Alien Declarant
- Alien Non-declarant
- If not a citizen of the U.S. of what nation are you a citizen or subject?
- PRESENT OCCUPATION Section Foreman
- EMPLOYER's NAME C.M. &St. P. Ry. Co.
- PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT OR BUSINESS Winnebago, Fairbault, Minnesota
- Name Beulah M. Newville
- Address Winnebago, Minn.
I AFFIRM THAT I HAVE VERIFIED THE ABOVE ANSWERS AND THAT THEY ARE TRUE
signature or mark of registrant /s/ LeRoy Amos Newville
P.M.G.O. Form No. 1. (Red) C3-6171 (OVER)
Reverse Side: DESCRIPTION OF REGISTRANT
- COLOR OF EYES Blue
- COLOR OF HAIR Red
- Has person lost arm, leg, hand, eye, or is he obviously physically disqualifed? Slightly Bald
- I certify that my answers are true; that the person registered has read or has d read to him his own answers; that I have witnessed his signature or mask, and that all of his answers of which I have knowledge are true, except as follows: Blank
Signature of Registrar
Date of registration Sept. 12, 1918
Local Board for the County of Faribault, State of Minnesota, Blue Earth, Minnesota
(The stamp of the Local Board having jurisdiction of the area in which the registrant has his permanent home shall be placed in this boz.) c3-6171 (OVER)
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The original cards, in excess of 24 million, were received at our facility a number of years ago. Upon their receipt, they were boxed and arranged by NARA employees. The original arrangement was by state, there under by county or draft board, and there under alphabetically by the registrant's last name. The cause for arrangement by draft board instead of county is due to the size of certain cities. For example, New York City had in excess of 180 boards, Chicago had over 80. As a result, we require a street address when searching for cards in most large cities.
The cards were later microfilmed by representatives of the Genealogical Society of Utah in the exact order they were originally arranged; each NARA regional facility has a copy of the microfilm for the states in the region that it serves. Any patron wishing to use microfilm will find the cards arranged exactly as they are in the box. The arrangement of the cards has never been changed.