Canadian Military Records - Mines

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Regimental number 919208
Battalion Number 199

Search Canadian Military Records for Robert Mines

Regimental number 1069559, 919297
Battalion Number 199, 249

Search Canadian Military Records for James Mines

Regimental number 675942, 201863
Battalion Number 95, 168

Search Canadian Military Records for John Mines

Regimental number 1054141
Battalion Number 244

Search Canadian Military Records for William Mines

Regimental number 527619, 2500699
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Frederick Mines
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