Canadian Military Records - Storie

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Regimental number 101582
Battalion Number 66

Search Canadian Military Records for William Storie

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Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Walter Storie

Regimental number 4182504, 657355, 3060518
Battalion Number 162

Search Canadian Military Records for James Storie

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Search Canadian Military Records for Margaret Storie

Regimental number 3323971
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Search Canadian Military Records for Morten Storie

Regimental number 925471
Battalion Number 152

Search Canadian Military Records for Robert Storie

Regimental number 3230993
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Search Canadian Military Records for Stanley Storie
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