HULSEY -- U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942
Name -- BirthDate -- Birthplace -- Residence -- Race
Albert Madison Hulsey 19 Mar 1892 Hempstead, AR Hempstead, AR White
Allen Marion Hulsey 10 Feb 1889 Judsonia, AR Poinsett, AR White
Alpha Harrison Hulsey 5 Feb 1892 Judsonia, AR White, AR White
Andrew Carl Hulsey 16 Mar 1896 Dawsonville, GA Baltimore, MD
Charles Spencer Hulsey 31 May 1881 Green Forest, AR Carroll, AR White
Charles T Hulsey 21 Dec 1896 Malvern, AR Hot Spring, AR White
Claud Franklin Hulsey 13 Nov 1895 Union, AR Sebastian, AR White
Claud Kimsey Hulsey 12 Mar 1887 Cleveland, GA Brooke, WV White
Earl Woodson Hulsey 30 Apr 1887 Bremen, GA Sevier, AR White
Frank Hulsey 28 Jun 1881 Daviess, Kentucky Vanderburgh, IN White
James Arville Hulsey 10 Oct 1895 Boone, AR Boone, AR White
James Bert Hulsey 12 Oct 1887 Izard, AR Searcy, AR White
James Floyd Hulsey 27 Nov 1877 Ediwar, Alabama Yell, AR White
John Benjamin Hulsey 11 Nov ??96 Steelville, Missouri Lake, IN White
John Carroll Hulsey 25 Apr 1892 Bengal, OK Pulaski, AR White
Lee Authur Hulsey 12 Jul 1895 Grove, OK Perry, AR White
Levi Hulsey 1892 Judsonia, AR White, AR White
Martin Hulsey 11 Mar 1894 Fir, AR White, AR White
Ones B Hulsey 3 Apr 1895 Carroll, AR Carroll, AR White
Perry Ernest Hulsey 10 Feb 1881 Hot Spring, AR Hot Spring, AR White
Ples James Hulsey 30 Oct 1884 Judsonia, AR White, AR White
Robert Lee Hulsey 9 Mar 1884 Montgomery, AR Montgomery, AR White
Sam Hulsey 11 Jun 1878 Green Forest, AR Carroll, AR White
Solan Madison Hulsey 26 Oct 1889 Cedar, GA Poinsett, AR White
Thomas Peyton Hulsey 2 May 1886 Saline, AR Hot Spring, AR White
Virgil Pascoe Hulsey 15 Sep 1896 Jackson, AR Jackson, AR White
W B Hulsey 29 Dec 1878 Montgomery County Garland, AR White
Walter Alcander Hulsey 26 Feb 1880 Itawamba, MS Sebastian, AR White
Walter James Hulsey 9 Dec 1893 Garland, AR Cedar Glades, AR White
Ancestry.com. U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006. Original data: United States, Selective Service System. Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration. National Archives and Records Administration Branch locations: National Archives and Records Administration Region Branches.
The U.S. officially entered World War II on 8 December 1941 following an attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Just about a year before that, in October 1940, President Roosevelt had signed into law the first peacetime selective service draft in U.S.history, due to rising world conflicts. After the U.S. entered WWII a new selective service act required that all men between ages 18 and 65 register for the draft. Between November 1940 and October 1946, over 10 million American men were registered.
This database is an indexed collection of the draft cards from the Fourth Registration, the only registration currently available to the public (the other registrations are not available due to privacy laws). The Fourth Registration, often referred to as the "old man's registration", was conducted on 27 April 1942 and registered men who born on or between 28 April 1877 and 16 February 1897 - men who were between 45 and 64 years old - and who were not already in the military.
Information available on the draft cards includes:
Name of registrant
Name and address of person who would always know the registrants whereabouts
Physical description of registrant (race, height, weight, eye and hair colors, complexion)
Additional information such as mailing address (if different from residence address), serial number, order number, and board registration information may also be available.
Which states are currently available in this database?
This database currently contains draft cards for the following states:
*The collection of records for these states in this database is incomplete. Therefore, it is possible that an ancestor who fits the age requirement of this registration and is from one of these states, will not currently be found in this database.
Records for additional states will be added to this database as Ancestry can acquire them.
The original draft registration cards for the following states were destroyed several years ago and were never microfilmed before they were destroyed. Therefore, there will never be records for these states in this database.
The original draft cards are held by each state's National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) Regional Branch. All of these cards are also available on microfilm from the Family History Library (FHL) and/or NARA.
How are the Cards Organized?
The draft cards are arranged by state and are then in alphabetical order by surname, followed by the local draft board number.
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