Canadian Military Records - McInroy

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Regimental number 3136961
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Henry McInroy

Regimental number 760699, 129806
Battalion Number 121, 72

Search Canadian Military Records for James McInroy

Regimental number 466910
Battalion Number 63

Search Canadian Military Records for David McInroy

Regimental number 2600806
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Robert McInroy

Regimental number 3057869
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Earl McInroy

Regimental number 220255, 1006511
Battalion Number 228, 80

Search Canadian Military Records for William McInroy

Regimental number 636813, 219852
Battalion Number 80, 155

Search Canadian Military Records for George McInroy
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