Mar 28

Military Monday: World War II, Old Man’s Draft

On the 12th of September 1918, my grandfather, Oscar H. Woodward, Sr., registered at Local Board #2 in Franklin, New Hampshire,  for the World War I Draft [WW I Draft registration Card of Oscar H. Woodward; RG 163, Selective Service System (World War I), National Archives-Southeast Region, Morrow, Georgia]. At the time of registration he was thirty-eight years old and resided in Franklin.

World War II Draft Registration Card of Oscar Herman Woodward

On the 25th of April 1942, he again when to his local draft board to register. This time he was enrolling in the fourth draft registration for World War II [World Wr II Draft Cards (Fourth Registration) for the State of New Hampshire, Record Group 147, Records of the Selective Service System 1940-; National Archives micropublication M1963, reel 19]. At this time, he was sixty-two years of age and resided in Loudon, New Hampshire.

Grand Dad was not called to military service on either of these occasions, nor did he volunteer.

Copyright. Linda Woodward Geiger. All Rights Reseved.

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