WW1 Canadian Soldiers - Martin LeBlanc

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The struggle of World War One involved virtually the whole country and made enormous demands on the Canadian people, whether they were involved in the actual fighting or remained on the home front to work in industry or farming to support the war effort.

Ancestry.ca has 4 WW1 records for Martin LeBlanc.

Regimental number 3291895
NAME:  Martin LeBlanc
BIRTH: St-aubert, Co Lislet, Quebec, Canada
RESIDENCE: Ste-louise, Co L'islet, Quebec, Canada

Regimental number 919186
199th Battalion
NAME:  Martin LeBlanc
BIRTH: Montreal

Regimental number 666436
165th Battalion
NAME:  Martin LeBlanc
BIRTH: St Bernard, Nova Scotia
RESIDENCE: St Bernard, Nova Scotia

Regimental number 666138
165th Battalion
NAME:  Martin LeBlanc
BIRTH: East Margaree
RESIDENCE: Moncton, New Brunswick

While thousands of Canadians will be able to find records of ancestors in this collection, the Soldiers of the First World War, 1914-1918 contains 4 records for Martin LeBlanc

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