Finding a WWII draft registration card for a Florida man named John Jones born around 1900?
I have a question:
Do any WWII draft registration cards for a Florida man named John Jones born around 1900 exist on Ancestry.com?
FWIW, I think that these are his two 1940 Florida US Census entries: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VTHY-181
If my information (from the 110 Club supercentenarian forum) is correct, and there's no case of mistaken identity, he claimed to have died at the age of 111 on February 12, 2010. (I have reason to suspect that he might have been 110 rather than 111 at the time of his death, but I can't be sure because he's listed in the 1900 US Census under a different name. So, is it him or an older brother of his? But according to the 1920 US Census, he had a sister born just two years after him, so he could have only been one year younger at the very most, so 109 rather than 110. But all of this is beside the point here.)
I'm wondering if any WWII draft registration cards exist for him because I'd like to see what exactly he claimed for his birth date during this time. He claimed a February 6, 1899 birth date later on in his life, but I don't know if that's already what he claimed in the 1940s. And I could not find any likely WWI draft registration cards for him either (whose collections are available to search on FamilySearch.org).
His likely 1940 US Census entries above should give us indications as to where he was likely living at the time of the WWII draft.
Does anyone here have anything that could help in this case?