Canadian Military Records - Creagh

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Regimental number 26537
Battalion Number 14

Search Canadian Military Records for Thomas Creagh

Regimental number 790676
Battalion Number 131

Search Canadian Military Records for Hanry Creagh

Regimental number 2015860
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for John Creagh

Regimental number 405513
Battalion Number 35

Search Canadian Military Records for Henry Creagh

Regimental number 3232849
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Arthur Creagh

Regimental number 53128
Battalion Number 18

Search Canadian Military Records for Stonley Creagh

Regimental number 86
Battalion Number 8

Search Canadian Military Records for William Creagh
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