The Roosevelt Library keeps a namesake file of children who were named after FDR, including the letters sent by the parents to the President. Recently they found out what happened to one little boy, Franklin Roosevelt Delano Green who was born in Virginia in 1933:“My grandfather was an Army Officer in World War I. My three uncles all volunteered and fought in World War II (William Jr. was a Tuskegee Airman), and my father [Franklin Delano Roosevelt Green] volunteered and fought in Korea. After Korea he became an attorney in Philadelphia. He was one of the first African American attorneys to work for the Department of Labor and was a law partner of civil rights pioneer Cecil Moore.”Read the full story of the letters here.