Canadian Military Records - Piché

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Regimental number 1042111
Battalion Number 240

Search Canadian Military Records for Peter Piché

Regimental number 291756
Battalion Number 222

Search Canadian Military Records for Joseph Piché

Regimental number 411705
Battalion Number 38

Search Canadian Military Records for Paul Piché

Regimental number 684021
Battalion Number 171

Search Canadian Military Records for William Piché

Regimental number 24520
Battalion Number 13

Search Canadian Military Records for Randolph Piché

Regimental number 432, 17047
Battalion Number 7, 8

Search Canadian Military Records for Godias Piché
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