Canadian Military Records - Clause

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Regimental number 739856
Battalion Number 114

Search Canadian Military Records for Joseph Clause

Regimental number 739738
Battalion Number 114

Search Canadian Military Records for Isaac Clause

Regimental number 585964, 785257
Battalion Number 129

Search Canadian Military Records for Clinton Clause

Regimental number 455812
Battalion Number 59

Search Canadian Military Records for Ira Clause

Regimental number 3310048
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Alfred Clause

Regimental number 739794
Battalion Number 114

Search Canadian Military Records for Lawrence Clause

Regimental number 408046
Battalion Number 37

Search Canadian Military Records for Huron Clause
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