Canadian Military Records - Vollett

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Regimental number 291897
Battalion Number 222

Search Canadian Military Records for Earl Vollett

Regimental number 838992
Battalion Number 147

Search Canadian Military Records for Harry Vollett

Regimental number 317989
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Mervyn Vollett

Regimental number 91661, 3038649
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for William Vollett

Regimental number 2007727
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for John Vollett

Regimental number 796018
Battalion Number 133

Search Canadian Military Records for Harold Vollett

Regimental number 838585
Battalion Number 147

Search Canadian Military Records for James Vollett
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