Canadian Military Records - Giblin

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Regimental number 919264
Battalion Number 199

Search Canadian Military Records for Edwin Giblin

Regimental number 145623
Battalion Number 38

Search Canadian Military Records for Stephen Giblin

Regimental number 14388, 1260501
Battalion Number 5

Search Canadian Military Records for Edward Giblin

Regimental number 919125
Battalion Number 199

Search Canadian Military Records for James Giblin

Regimental number 177470
Battalion Number 87

Search Canadian Military Records for Owen Giblin

Regimental number 150087, 158093, 2138014
Battalion Number 79, 81

Search Canadian Military Records for John Giblin

Regimental number 441669
Battalion Number 53

Search Canadian Military Records for Frederick Giblin
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