Canadian Military Records - Gleave

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Regimental number 432829, 402
Battalion Number 49, 8

Search Canadian Military Records for George Gleave

Regimental number 457664, 103403, 791029
Battalion Number 67, 131, 60

Search Canadian Military Records for John Gleave

Regimental number 474039
Battalion Number 65

Search Canadian Military Records for Thomas Gleave

Regimental number 7234
Battalion Number 1

Search Canadian Military Records for Hugh Gleave

Regimental number 100737
Battalion Number 66

Search Canadian Military Records for William Gleave

Regimental number 174287
Battalion Number 86

Search Canadian Military Records for Norman Gleave

Regimental number 57639
Battalion Number 20

Search Canadian Military Records for Charles Gleave

Regimental number 1018683
Battalion Number 232

Search Canadian Military Records for Josiah Gleave
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