Canadian Military Records - Riddick

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Regimental number 192759
Battalion Number 92

Search Canadian Military Records for Watson Riddick

Regimental number 687040
Battalion Number 172

Search Canadian Military Records for Robert Riddick

Regimental number 4873
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Thomas Riddick

Regimental number 186801
Battalion Number 90

Search Canadian Military Records for William Riddick

Regimental number 3120780
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for John Riddick

Regimental number 252784
Battalion Number 209

Search Canadian Military Records for Frank Riddick

Regimental number 160141
Battalion Number 82

Search Canadian Military Records for James Riddick
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