Canadian Military Records - Voyer

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Regimental number 17360
Battalion Number 7

Search Canadian Military Records for Onesime Voyer

Regimental number 2753289, 3234, 84727
Battalion Number 34

Search Canadian Military Records for Valere Voyer

Regimental number 3213906
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Raoul Voyer

Regimental number 416086
Battalion Number 41

Search Canadian Military Records for Louis Voyer

Regimental number 3171672
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for David Voyer

Regimental number 2245796, 3280641, 3285576, 410621, 257773, 3162251
Battalion Number 38

Search Canadian Military Records for Joseph Voyer

Regimental number 904800
Battalion Number 194

Search Canadian Military Records for Ernest Voyer
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