Alexandria African Americans World War I Draft Registrations – Part 4: “E-F”

James Oliver’s World War I Draft Registration

The list below are the African American Alexandrians with the “E – F” surnames.

Early, Julian Clay – born December 30, 1885
Ellis, Wade – born August 16, 1895
Elmore, John – born April 2, 1899
Epps, Hany – born October 3, 1891
Epps, Walter – born August 2, 1900
Evans, Phillip Clay – born April 7, 1887
Evans, Thomas – born January 15, 1889
Evans, William – born November 30, 1889
Evans, York – born June 15, 1899
Ewell, Charles Henry – born October 12, 1880
Ewell, Henry – born January 19, 1876
Ewell, John – born September 4, 1880
Fairfax, Harvey – born April 8, 1890
Farmer, Alyosius John – born April 16, 1880
Farmer, Emory – born September 1, 1884
Faucett, Irvine – born May 15, 1890
Fawcett, Thomas H – born August 7, 1895
Felton, Perry Randolph Jr – born December 13, 1896
Ferguson, Guy W – born April 24, 1894
Fields, Ira Ellsworth – born May 2, 1885
Fields, Joseph – born March 11, 1887
Fisher, Morris – born February 2, 1897
Fisher, Wilbur – born August 15, 1879
Fitzhugh, Richard Clayton – born in 1897
Flemming, Lawrence – born April 27, 1888
Fletcher, James Richard – born April 22, 1875
Fletcher, Roy – born July 4, 1888
Ford, Arthur – born May 1, 1891
Ford, Daniel Martin – born April 18, 1875
Ford, Edward Bell – born October 11, 1882
Ford, Frank – born April 17, 1885
Ford, John – born May 25, 1885
Ford, John Henry – born October 31, 1876
Ford, Joseph – born April 13, 1873
Ford, Thomas Edward – born December 20, 1898
Fortune, Isaiah – born December 25, 1888
Fortune, James Oliver – born May 25, 1885
Foster, Henry Theophilus – born January 5, 1885
Fountain, Percy – born June 9, 1884
Fox, Ernest – born in 1889
Francis, George Washington, Jr – born June 3, 1899
Frasier, Clarence – born July 5, 1895
Frazier, Clarence Leslie – born June 1, 1890
Frazier, Rozier Julian – born September 28, 1884
Friend, Thomas William – born March 23, 1872
Frye, Archie Thomas – born March 2, 1887
Fultz, Lewis – born December 22, 1876

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Char McCargo-Bah is the owner/founder of FindingthingsforU, LLC. She is a professional genealogist, researcher consultant, lecturer, teacher and author coach. She is the author of two books and you can find those books on amazon.com by putting search on her name. She became a Living Legend in Alexandria, Virginia in 2014.
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