I am not sure at all that the draft registration in Sep 1918given by someone refers to my Grandfather Frank. The birth date was off. I haven't seen the document my self so I don't know whether an address or wife was given... my Grandmother's name was Rose Marie, not Barbara. They had a daughter together named Rose Barbara, but she wasn't born until after WW I was over... in 1920, not at the time of the draft registration. The "other" Frank that lived in Chicago at the time had a birth date of 28 October 1877.... my Grandfather's birth date is 28 September 1878 as far as I know.
The 1355 Kildare address was on both my Aunt Rose and my Dad's birth certificate, on the 1920 census, and on the death certificate of Mary Slepika, the mother-in-law of Rose's Uncle Joseph Svoboda, who lived with them at the end of her life... not on any draft registration that I know of.That was the last known address of Frank Zavoral in Chicago before the family moved to Michigan and was their address from at least early in 1920 to the summer of 1924, when the family moved. Any draft registration for WW I would have been made in 1918 before he lived at that address. There was an address given on an intent for naturalization paper of a Frank Zavoral in March of 1918, but the birth date on that was way off..... 10 yrs off. 28 Oct 1887. The address on that was for a Karlov Ave, which is just 4 blocks from the Kildare address, but again, because of the birth date being way off, I'm not sure of this being my grandfather's application. I know, records of all sorts can get the wrong information down, but this just makes things so difficult to trust any information without finding it several unrelated places.