Canadian Archives Attestation Papers - VanBrocklin, Canada's leading online family history website, honours those men with the Soldiers of the First World War, 1914 - 1918, which contains the original records, fully searchable, of more than 598,000 Attestation Papers of enlisted soldiers.

An Attestation Paper was the first document a soldier signed before entering the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF). In many cases, these may be the only surviving record of the enlistment of many Canadian soldiers who fought in World War One.

Attestation Papers provide a range of details about the enlistee including place of birth, age, physical description and next of kin. Some also include valuable information about their lives before the war, such as their occupation, marital status and residence.

2 soldiers found.

1 record from Canadian Archives Attestation Papers

Regimental number 796683
Battalion Number 133rd
1 record from Canadian Archives Attestation Papers

Regimental number 3211338
Battalion Number --
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