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DINKINS of Washington
WWI Draft Registration
 
Transcribed by Verna Dinkins

Green Berry Dinkins, age 40, of 35 W. 3rd, Spokane, Washington, registered for the WWI Draft on September 12, 1918 at Division No. 2, City of Spokene, Washington. He gave his birth date as August 13, 1878 and he was employed by the Great Northern Railroad. His neares relative was James Marion Dinkins of Lesterville, Missouri. He was tall and slender, with blue eyes and black hair.
(Race: White)
 
Harvey Remine Dinkins, age 40, of Park, Grayson County, Virginia, mailing address, c/o Henry Siepman, 3252, W. 61 St., Seattle, Washington, registered for the WWI Draft on September 12, 1918 at 5411 1/2 Ballard Ave., Seattle, Washington. He gave his birth date as September 9, 1878 and his occupation as making ship knees in the woods for Henry Siepman. His nearest relative was Margaret Dinkins of Park, Grayson County, Virginia. He was of medium height and build, with dark blue eyes and black hair. It is noted that he is partly bald.
(Race: White)

(Ship knees were braces made from the bases of tree trunks and used to connect and strengthen the deck beams and frames of wooden ships)