Canadian Military Records - Caunt

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Regimental number 147642
Battalion Number 78

Search Canadian Military Records for Cilbert Caunt

Regimental number 3135412
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Harold Caunt

Regimental number 3206793
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Hubert Caunt

Regimental number 602001
Battalion Number 34

Search Canadian Military Records for Albert Caunt

Regimental number 311389
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Charles Caunt

Regimental number 216628
Battalion Number 100

Search Canadian Military Records for Joseph Caunt

Regimental number 216492
Battalion Number 100

Search Canadian Military Records for Bornard Caunt
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