Canadian Military Records - Cutter

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Regimental number 190179
Battalion Number 91

Search Canadian Military Records for John Cutter

Regimental number 442365
Battalion Number 54

Search Canadian Military Records for William Cutter

Regimental number 21450
Battalion Number 11

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Regimental number 3312075
Battalion Number --

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Regimental number 439798
Battalion Number 52

Search Canadian Military Records for Walter Cutter

Regimental number 727466
Battalion Number 110

Search Canadian Military Records for Fred Cutter

Regimental number 190107
Battalion Number 91

Search Canadian Military Records for James Cutter
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