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From: "Bill Dunn" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Help Reading WW I Draft Record.
Date: Mon, 31 Aug 2009 17:39:38 -0500
I'm glad to help. The record has Isaac Newton Holiday, 21, living at 201 W.
15th Street, Kansas City, MO. He was born Aug 21, 1897 in West Plains, MO.
He is a native of the U.S. and his father was born in Illinois. His employer
is K C Nut & Bolt Co. in Sheffield, MO (which appears to be merely a KC
The name of his nearest relative is a bit difficult to read, but my personal
translation is: Francis Lillian Holliday (wife).
Isaac is medium height & medium build with brown eyes and light brown hair.
No physical disqualifications are noted.
The registration is dated Aug 24, 1918.
I found the Jackson County, MO marriage license for Isaac and Julia. It
contains the folowing information:
Isaac Holliday of Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri marries Julia Henrey of
Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri on 4 Sept 1925 and they state that they are
aged 30 and 25, respectively.
Just as I prepared to send this, I saw that others were already responding
and that there is some agreement.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Don Ott" <>
Sent: Monday, August 31, 2009 2:36 PM
Subject: [ARIZARD] Help Reading WW I Draft Record.
> I have been working on my Holiday line and on the WW I Draft Record of
> Isaac Newton Holiday, b. 21 Aug 1897 in West Plains, Howell, Missouri, he
> registers in Kansas City MO. He was a Rail Road worker. His Draft
> Registration shows that he has a wife (Frances Lethia ____) or something
> like that. Can anyone who has access to these Draft Registrations help me
> spell the wife's name please? In the 1930 Census, Springfield, Greene,
> Missouri he is married to Julia O. b. 1899 MO for five years which must be
> a second marriage. Any help appreciated.
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