Canadian Military Records - Ryerse

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Regimental number 796720
Battalion Number 133

Search Canadian Military Records for Thomas Ryerse

Regimental number 796508
Battalion Number 133

Search Canadian Military Records for Freeman Ryerse

Regimental number 3310289
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Stuart Ryerse

Regimental number 1102592
Battalion Number 257

Search Canadian Military Records for Ernest Ryerse

Regimental number 3311062
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for James Ryerse

Regimental number 681258
Battalion Number 170

Search Canadian Military Records for Elmer Ryerse
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