Canadian Military Records - Boundy

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Regimental number 730093
Battalion Number 111

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Regimental number 43
Battalion Number 8

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Regimental number 314724
Battalion Number --

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Regimental number 531
Battalion Number 8

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Regimental number 726006
Battalion Number 109

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Regimental number 130079
Battalion Number 72

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Regimental number 2327501
Battalion Number --

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