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Persons killed and missed in World Wars I and II

 In World War I 1914-18 died for People and Native Country

Person

Grade

Day of Death

 

Wilhelm Behlen

Musketeer

18.09.1914

 

Fritz Behlen

Lance Corp.

24,10,1916

missed

Heinrich Traupe

N.C.O.

16.11.1914

Clemens?

Fritz Pöttner

V. Sergeant 

05.03.1915

 

Christian Emde

Lance Corp.

14.06.1915

Jaustes

Heinrich Knippschild

Musketeer

09.08.1915

 

W. Eigenbrodt

Musketeer

25.04.1917

 

Fritz Schäfer

Ldst.

04.10.1917

 

Heinrich Becker

Lance Corp.

04.10.1917

Schätten

Ludwig Schalk

Musketeer

03.09.1918

Richts

Wilhelm Schalk

Lance Corp.

05.10.1918

Schalkes

Heinrich Schalk

N.C.O.

01.10.1918

Schalkes

Hermann Bracht

Lance Corp.

02.10.1918

 

In remembrance the grateful Community of Bömighausen honours them

Our Victims and Missed People in World War II (1939- 1945)

Friedrich Koch

17.05.1940

 

Theo Koch

30.08.1943

 

Hermann Koch

23.05.1944

 

Werner Pöttner

14.08.1942

 

Emil Behle

20.08.1942

 

Adolf Behle

14.07.1943

missed

Wilhelm Rod

24.07.1943

missed

Hans Rod

22.02.1945

 

Johann Kronborn

13.09.1943

 

Karl Kronborn

25.06.1944

 

Heinrich Schulze

11.10.1943

missed

Willy Schulze

03.08.1944

 

Richard Schalk

20.01.1944

Schalkes

Willy Schalk

22.01.1948

Niggenhüses

Willy Büse

23.09.1944

 

Fritz Pöttner

11.02.1944

 

Fritz Wilke

06.06.1944

Lottens

Erich Wilke

19.02.1945

Lottens, vermisst

Willy Kesper

13.05.1945

 

Horst Simson

23.12.1944

missed

Gustav Mrkwitz

15.02.1945

missed

Heinrich Knippschild

15.03.1945

 

Karl Trachte

02.09.1945

Dommes

Wilhelm Becker

21.11.1945

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Representatively for the many soldiers who died in the wars especially should be put an eye on the announcement of death for Johann Kronborn in “The Upland” page 472: “On Oct. 25th I got the very sad certainty that my very dear and provident husband, warm- hearted father of my two children, our beloved son, brother, son-in-law, brother-in-law and uncle Johann Kronborn, pioneer company  soldier, found his heroic death at the age of 35. He followed his dear brother-in-law also having been killed in the east.”

Staying in unexpressable, deep pain,  Hedwig Kronborn, nee Pöttner with children Manfred and Hannelore,

Witwe Franziska Kronborn, Sgt. Karl Kronborn, presently in the east and his wife Lina nee Pöttner, and children, Anton Moldowan and wife Erna, nee Kronborn with children, Heinrich Pöttner and wife Lina, nee Erbe, Uffz. Heinrich Pöttner presently in the east and bride Gertrud Strixner, Bömighausen,

May you rest softly in unknown ground !

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo: The War Memorial at present Time

 

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