Canadian Military Records - Amies

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Regimental number 928044
Battalion Number 153

Search Canadian Military Records for Daniel Amies

Regimental number 905010
Battalion Number 194

Search Canadian Military Records for Frank Amies

Regimental number 19067
Battalion Number 9

Search Canadian Military Records for William Amies

Regimental number 180175
Battalion Number 88

Search Canadian Military Records for Benjamin Amies

Regimental number 624363
Battalion Number 151

Search Canadian Military Records for James Amies

Regimental number 3215135
Battalion Number --

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