There seems to be a lot of speculative JW confusion on this. Several JW "rules of thumb" seem to apply -
1) - If you die "during a judgement period" - i.e., you died post 1914 after hearing the JW message, and did not accept it - you do not get a resurrection...
<< but, I believe they qualified this to say that 20th century people (like in Red China) that did not hear the JW message might come back >>
2) - Men of old probably will get a resurrection...unless they were directly killed by god. That would be a judgement - right?
<< but, they have waffled back and forth on people who died in the flood, Egyptian army guys drowned in the red sea, Adam & Eve, and so on >>
3) - If a good JW dies prior to Armageddon, of course they get a resurrection - but they can no longer marry, have sex, or have children. If married JWs survive the battle, they are still married, and can have kids during the 1000 year reign.
<< I think this is still the general idea - but, this too has been the subject of much speculation >>
I started this thread off the random thought about the thread this morning on the 42 kids killed by the bears...remembered that JWs I knew used to excuse these deaths by saying that they would get another chance in the new system.
But really - JWs cannot seem to actually make up their mind on who gets to live again in the new order, can they?