Canadian Military Records - Hunting

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Regimental number 797142
Battalion Number 133

Search Canadian Military Records for Noel Hunting

Regimental number 158595
Battalion Number 81

Search Canadian Military Records for William Hunting

Regimental number 2691564
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Roy Hunting

Regimental number 706059
Battalion Number 103

Search Canadian Military Records for Arthur Hunting

Regimental number 1261669
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Norrey Hunting

Regimental number 1048882
Battalion Number 242

Search Canadian Military Records for Guy Hunting

Regimental number 67723
Battalion Number 25

Search Canadian Military Records for John Hunting
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