Canadian Military Records - Cran

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Regimental number 2041906, 129441
Battalion Number 72

Search Canadian Military Records for Robert Cran

Regimental number 1000471
Battalion Number 226

Search Canadian Military Records for William Cran

Regimental number 20708, 86121
Battalion Number 10

Search Canadian Military Records for James Cran

Regimental number 180776
Battalion Number 88

Search Canadian Military Records for Duncan Cran

Regimental number 91148
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Donald Cran

Regimental number 2204734
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for John Cran

Regimental number 2023695
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for George Cran
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