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DINKINS of Missouri 
WWI Draft Registration  
 
Transcribed by Verna Dinkins

Eldon Earl Dinkins, age 25, of Milan, Kansas, registered for the WWI draft on June 5, 1917 at Ryan Precinct, Sumner County, Kansas. He gave his birth date as April 30, 1892 and his birth place as Purdy, Missouri. His occupation was self-employed farmer in Milan. He was of medium height and build, with light brown eyes and brown hair.
(Race: Caucasian)
 
Thomas Walter Dinkins, age 23, of Stables, Louisiana, registered for the WWI draft on June 5, 1917 at Precinct 3, Vernon County, Louisiana. He gave his birth date as October 16, 1893 and birth place as Centerville, Missouri. His occupation was electrician for Gulf Lumber Company in Stables. He had served six months as private in the Louisiana National Guard. He claimed exemption from the draft for support of his wife. He was of medium height and build, with grey eyes and black hair.
(Race: Caucasian)
 
Chas. Dinkins, age 26, of Zalma, Missouri, registered for the WWI draft in Zalma, Bollinger County, Missouri. He gave his birth date as October 10, 1891 and his birth place as Bowling Green, Kentucky. His occupation was self-employed farmer in Zalma. He claimed exemption from the draft because of dependents. At the time, he had a wife and three children. He was tall, with a medium build, and had gray eyes and red hair.
(Race: Caucasian)
 
Lucian Briant Dinkins, age 19, of Zalma, Missouri, registered for the WWI draft on September 12, 1918 at Marble Hill, Bollinger County, Missouri. He gave his birth date as April 17, 1899 and his occupation as farmer. His employer was F. M. Dinkins of Hahn, Bollinger County, Missouri. His nearest relative was Mary Dinkins of Hahn, Missouri. He was of medium height and slender, with blue eyes and light brown hair. His draft card was signed as Lucian Briant Dinkins (his X mark) and was witnessed by Charley Rose.
(Race: Caucasian)
 
Charley Oscar Dinkins, age 33, of Ellington, Missouri, registered for the WWI draft on September 12, 1918 in Reynolds County, Missouri. He gave his birth date as August 9, 1885 and his occupation as farmer in Ellington. His nearest relative was Jennie Dinkins of RFD #2, Ellington, Reynolds County, Missouri. He was of medium height and build, with blue eyes and brown hair. 
(Race: Caucasian)
 
James Franklin Dinkins, age 38, of Ellington, Missouri, registered for the WWI draft on September 12, 1918 in Reynolds County, Missouri. He gave his birth date as January 17, 1881 and his occupation as farmer in Ellington, Missouri. His nearest relative was Jennie Dinkins of RFD #2, Ellington, Reynolds County, Missouri. He was of medium height and build, with blue eyes and black hair.
(Race: Caucasian)
 
John William Dinkins, age 39, of Redford, Missouri, registered for the WWI draft on September 12, 1918 in Reynolds County, Missouri. He gave his birth date as January 9, 1879 and his occupation as farming. His nearest relative was Emily Dinkins of Redford, Reynolds County, Missouri. He was short, with a medium build, and had blue eyes and brown hair.
(Race: Caucasian)
 
Milton Lee Dinkins, age 35, of Redford, Missouri, registered for the WWI draft on September 12, 1918 in Reynolds County, Missouri. He gave his birth date as May 26, 1883 and his occupation as teamster for the Santhuff Brothers in Redford. His nearest relative was Laura Dinkins of Redford, Reynolds County, Missouri. He was of medium build and stout, with blue eyes and black hair.
(Race: Caucasian)
 
Roy Floyd Dinkins, age 19, of Black Township, registered for the WWI draft on September 12, 1918 in Reynolds County, Missouri. He gave his birth date as August 15, 1899 and his occupation as farming, his employer being J. A. Goggin. His nearest relative was J. A. Goggin of Black Township, Reynolds County, Missouri. He was of medium build and slender, with grey eyes and brown hair.
(Race: Caucasian)
 
Thomas Henderson Dinkins, age 27, of Lesterville, Missouri, registered for the WWI draft on June 5, 1917 at Lesterville, Missouri. He gave his birth date as January 17, 1890 and his birth place as Ellington, Missouri. His occupation was farming, his employer being J. F. Carter of Lesterville. He claimed exemption for the draft because of dependent relatives. At the time, he had a wife and one child. He was of medium height and build, with blue eyes and brown hair.
(Race: Caucasian)
 
William T. Dinkins, age 29, of St. Louis, Missouri, registered for the WWI draft on June 5, 1917 at Ward 5, Precinct 5, St. Louis, Missouri. He gave his birth date as April 2, 1888 and his birth place as Chicago, Illinois. He was employed as manager for Pierce Oil Corp. in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He had served four years as Captain in the Infantry at Asheville, North Carolina. He was tall and stout, with brown eyes and brown hair.
(Race: Caucasian)
 
Limmie Dinkins, age 22, of St. Louis, Missouri, registered for the WWI draft on June 5, 1915 at Ward 16, Precinct 1, St. Louis, Missouri. He gave his birth date as March 4, 1896 and his birth place as Aberdeen, Mississippi. He was employed as a laborer for American Rolling Mills in St. Louis. He was tall and stout, with black eyes and black hair.
(Race: Negro)
 
Louis Dinkins, age 30, of St. Louis, Missouri, registered for the WWI draft on June 5, 1917 at Precinct 13, St. Louis, Missouri. He gave his birth date as August 26, 1886 and his birth place as Russia. He was an alien declarant. He was a shoe merchant and owner at 4063 Easton Avenue. He claimed exemption from the draft because of dependents. He was of medium height and build, with brown eyes and brown hair.
(Race: Caucasian)
 
Byron Lee Dinkins, age 37, of Chaonia, Missouri, registered for the WWI draft on September 12, 1918 in Greenville, Wayne County, Missouri. He gave his birth date as May 15, 1881 and his occupation as farming. His nearest relative was Martha Mabel Dinkins of Chaonia, Wayne County, Missouri. He was short and stout, with blue eyes and brown hair. 
(Race: Caucasian)
 
George Dinkens, age 26, of Webb City, Missouri, registered for the WWI draft on June 5, 1917 at Precinct 1, Webb City, Missouri. He gave his birth date as July 3, 1890 and his birth place as Kilgore, Kentucky. His occupation was mining, his employer being Natural Lead & Zinc Company in Webb City. He was of medium height and slender, with brown eyes and dark brown hair. 
(Race: Caucasian)