Can I please see the birth date on a specific WWII draft registration card?
Basically, I and an online acquaintance of mine were re-researching this man's case: https://gerontology.fandom.com/wiki/Ernest_Peronneau
And I found this 1902 birth record which I suspect is for him (he himself claimed a birth in 1902; his 1910 US Census entry implies a birth in 1903; his mother's maiden name is wrong on this document--it's supposed to be Spencer, not James--but everything else on it matches, other than his birthday being one day off relative to what he himself claimed): https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:4VXR-7X3Z
Basically, I want someone with access to Ancestry.com to take a quick look at his WWII draft registration card, which one can apparently find here: https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=2238&h=194564903&tid=&pid=&queryId=fcd6b68e743196c9aa7a749018d3563f&usePUB=true&_phsrc=DfP171&_phstart=successSource
So that one can see whether he already roughly claimed the same birth date that he did later on in his life back in the early 1940s. This would allow us to increase the odds that the 1902 birth record posted above is indeed for him and not for a sibling of his. (BTW, I did find several birth records for his various siblings, but none of them have a birth date anywhere near his.)
If he claimed a birth date on or very close to March 6 or March 7 back in the early 1940s, back when he had no idea that he would ever actually manage to live to an extremely old age, then again, we would significantly increase the odds that it's his birth record. Unfortunately, this birth record doesn't list a first name, only a last name, and while his last name appears to be very rare, it never hurts to double-check this kind of stuff, especially when he man in question claimed to have lived to age 112, which is an extremely rare age for anyone, let alone a man, to reach.
FWIW, his WWII draft card is the very first link here: https://www.ancestry.com/search/?name=Ernest_Perroneau&event=_South+Carolina&birth=1902