ANTHONY NAMES from World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918_Washington County PA Genealogy and Family History_Little Washington

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ANTHONY Surname

9 Records

Name Birth Date Race Birthplace Registration Place
(City, County, State)
Charles Wright Anthony 17 Sep 1890 Caucasian Pennsylvania Not Stated, Washington, PA
Robert Taylor Anthony 20 Jun 1877 White   Not Stated, Washington, PA
Simon Anthony 19 Oct 1874 White   Not Stated, Washington, PA
William Stewart Anthony 04 Nov 1878 White   Not Stated, Washington, PA
Larry Anthony 9 Oct 1892 Caucasian Pennsylvania Not Stated, Washington, PA
Orrin Thomas Anthony* 26 Nov 1873 White   Not Stated, Washington, PA
Leonard Franklin Anthony 19 Oct 1883 White   Not Stated, Washington, PA
Ralph Edgar Anthony 20 Mar 1896 Caucasian Pennsylvania;
USA
Not Stated, Washington, PA
Russell Maurice Anthony 5 May 1888 Caucasian;White Pennsylvania Not Stated, Washington, PA

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