Canadian Military Records - Dolby

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Regimental number 826951
Battalion Number 143

Search Canadian Military Records for George Dolby

Regimental number 54017
Battalion Number 18

Search Canadian Military Records for John Dolby

Regimental number 2590812
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Samuel Dolby

Regimental number 404823, 2115686, 210256, 769241, 400867
Battalion Number 98, 124, 35, 33

Search Canadian Military Records for William Dolby

Regimental number 703316
Battalion Number 102

Search Canadian Military Records for Arthur Dolby

Regimental number 703315, 2702
Battalion Number 34, 102

Search Canadian Military Records for Edward Dolby

Regimental number 514718
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Thomas Dolby
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