Canadian Military Records - Nayler

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Regimental number 258918, 646263, 220066
Battalion Number 211, 80, 158

Search Canadian Military Records for John Nayler

Regimental number 1027487
Battalion Number 235

Search Canadian Military Records for James Nayler

Regimental number 636077
Battalion Number 155

Search Canadian Military Records for Harold Nayler

Regimental number 501093
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Frank Nayler

Regimental number 1013495
Battalion Number 230

Search Canadian Military Records for Norman Nayler
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