Canadian Military Records - Arbing

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Search Canadian Military Records for James Arbing

Regimental number 303526
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Search Canadian Military Records for Nicholas Arbing

Regimental number 742794
Battalion Number 115

Search Canadian Military Records for Harry Arbing

Regimental number 832550
Battalion Number 145

Search Canadian Military Records for William Arbing

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Search Canadian Military Records for Wouldridge Arbing

Regimental number 3204359
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Search Canadian Military Records for Herbert Arbing

Regimental number 111014
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Search Canadian Military Records for Gordon Arbing
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