Canadian Military Records - Crack

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Regimental number 437769
Battalion Number 51

Search Canadian Military Records for Gerold Crack

Regimental number 678795, 25568
Battalion Number 169, 14

Search Canadian Military Records for William Crack

Regimental number 754166
Battalion Number 119

Search Canadian Military Records for John Crack

Regimental number 464120, 1006302, 1517
Battalion Number 228, 62, 8

Search Canadian Military Records for George Crack

Regimental number 276489, 865771, 830003
Battalion Number 144, 181, 217

Search Canadian Military Records for Frank Crack

Regimental number 116876
Battalion Number --

Search Canadian Military Records for Thomas Crack
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