Canadian Military Records - Laker

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Regimental number 216038
Battalion Number 100

Search Canadian Military Records for Philip Laker

Regimental number 138473, 440024
Battalion Number 53, 75

Search Canadian Military Records for Frederick Laker

Regimental number 273410, 527744
Battalion Number 216

Search Canadian Military Records for Charles Laker

Regimental number 719147
Battalion Number 107

Search Canadian Military Records for Ernest Laker

Regimental number 334501
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for John Laker

Regimental number 267
Battalion Number 8

Search Canadian Military Records for Stephen Laker

Regimental number 2776079
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Francis Laker
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