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The German Soldier cemetery of
Cannock Chase, Staffordshire, England




Some names:


Freiherr Gernot von Türckheim, Uffz.
Arthur Zeiss, Leutnant
Paul Schroers, Feldwebel
Rudolf Holfert, Oberfeldwebel
Ernst Hollekamp, Hauptmann
Richard Schurk, Feldwebel
Gerhard Reinicke, Gefreiter
Johann Golob, Gefreiter
Siegfried Hertel, Oberleutnant
Herbert Möller, Unteroffizier
Otto Wahl, Feldwebel
Hans Buschbeck, Gefreiter
Paul Lesker, Gefreiter
Konrad Glaeser, Unteroffizier
Harald Hausdorf, Unteroffizier
Rudi Nitsch, Feldwebel
Albert von Schwerin, Oberleutnant
Dr. Albert Leuchtenberg, Stabsarzt
Heinz Goehler, Oberfeldwebel
Fritz Gundlack, Oberfeldwebel
Heinrich Schwalde
Walter Schnee, Feldwebel
Burkard Endres, Gefreiter
Wilhelm Wilken, Feldwebel
Werner Presia, Feldwebel
Helmut Meister, Oberfeldwebel
Adolf Schurff, Unteroffizier
Georg Rapp, Gefreiter
Friedrich Freyh, Unteroffizier
Friedrich Kalbfleisch, Oberfeldwebel
Walter Frank, Unteroffizier
Wilhelm Schicke, Unteroffizier
Hermann Zink, Hauptmann
Erwin Freiermuth, Unteroffizier
Wolfgang Bernhardt, Unteroffizier
Adalbert Thimian, Gefreiter
Friedrich-Wilhelm von Pawelsz, Lt.
Bruno Schievelbein, Obergefreiter
Horst Becker, Leutnant
Rudolf Seidel, Grenadier
Hermann Klaes, Hauptfeldwebel
Arthur Richter, Stabsbootsmann
Paul Grunwald, Gefreiter
Hans Wagner, Obergrenadier
Heinz Seeling, Unteroffizier
Johann Kramer, Obergefreiter
August Demski, Obergefreiter
Hermann Ernst, Gefreiter
Wilhelm Thöne, Obergefreiter
August Kreinbring, Stabsgefreiter
Rudolf Blume, Gefreiter
Wilhelm Jungelaus, Obergefreiter
Rudolf Schwarz, Obermaat
Heinrich Spaar, Obergefreiter
Anton Klimm, Gefreiter
Henri Burkhardt, Gefreiter
Walter Blumenfeld
Erich Kaubisch, Pionier
Hermann Mantwill, Obergefreiter
Konrad Rudowski, Oberleutnant
Sievert Johannsen, Obergefreiter
Wilhelm Dalbeck, Oberkanonier
Friedrich Selbach, Obergefreiter
Friedrich Stadler, Grenadier
Otto Dreyer, Unteroffizier
Siegmund Cynn, Gefreiter
Josef Feil, Unteroffizier
Erich Faust, Unteroffizier
Günther Buxbaum, Gefreiter
∗ 23 November 1909, Esslingen
∗ 27 November 1915, Wunsiedel
∗ 27 March 1915
∗ 30 May 1912
∗ 03 June 1909, Brilon
∗ 01 May 1915
∗ 12 October 1919
∗ 19 December 1914
∗ 28 September 1915
∗ 05 May 1916
∗ 26 February 1912, Berleburg
∗ 17 April 1917, Schwarzkollm
∗ 30 August 1916
∗ 06 June 1916
∗ 22 May 1915
∗ 11 February 1916
∗ 11 September 1904
∗ 04 November 1907
∗ 15 September 1919
∗ 28 November 1912

∗ 30 July 1917
∗ 19 April 1908, Bamberg
∗ 19 February 1914
∗ 02 April 1915
∗ 23 September 1912
∗ 18 April 1920
∗ 22 March 1923
∗ 04 May 1921
∗ 10 June 1913
∗ 22 June 1920
∗ 20 February 1921
∗ 17 October 1913
∗ 12 May 1922, Bad Dürkheim
∗ 29 November 1921, Berlin
∗ 22 January 1923, Praust
∗ 03 January 1921, Stolp
∗ 22 December 1922, Neustettin
∗ 24 April 1922, Engelskirchen
∗ 20 September 1908
∗ 16 December 1911
∗ 02 September 1896
∗ 13 April 1906
∗ 22 April 1926
∗ 12 March 1916, Schöppenstedt
∗ 01 December 1922
∗ 03 March 1917, Hamborn
∗ 21 July 1924, Stadelhofen
∗ 22 June 1903
∗ 17 November 1915, Bulzenow
∗ 04 December 1910, Rosslau
∗ 28 June 1907
∗ 18 November 1891
∗ 07 April 1910
∗ 17 June 1905
∗ 04 October 1921, Annaberg
∗ 16 November 1897, Guhrau
∗ 08 October 1925
∗ 22 December 1910
∗ 22 February 1906
∗ 11 November 1926
∗ 11 May 1911, Velbert
∗ 16 April 1907
∗ 23 November 1927
∗ 19 May 1905, Seehausen
∗ 20 April 1915, Charkow
∗ 25 February 1899, Kempten
∗ 16 May 1910, Stolp
∗ 12 November 1902, Mainz
† 09 August 1940
† 09 August 1940
† 15 August 1940
† 15 August 1940
† 16 August 1940, Meads
† 16 August 1940, Meads
† 16 August 1940, Canterbury
† 16 August 1940, Canterbury
† 26 August 1940
† 27 August 1940
† 18 September 1940
† 18 September 1940
† 18 September 1940
† 16 October 1940
† 28 October 1940
† 28 October 1940
† 19 November 1940
† 19 November 1940
† 19 November 1940
† 19 November 1940
† 12 January 1941
† 12 February 1941
† 12 February 1941
† 12 February 1941
† 12 Februar 1941
† 11 May 1941
† 11 May 1941
† 12 December 1942
† 24 March 1943
† 25 March 1943
† 25 March 1943
† 17 May 1943
† 09 July 1943, Bicknor
† 09 July 1943, Bicknor
† 09 July 1943, Bicknor
† 24 February 1944
† 24 February 1944
† 24 February 1944
† 14 March 1944
† 12 October 1944
† 01 December 1944
† 09 December 1944
† 12 December 1944
† 20 December 1944
† 26 December 1944
† 13 January 1945
† 04 March 1945, Sudbury
† 04 March 1945, Sudbury
† 07 March 1945
† 25 May 1945, Camp No.10
† 25 May 1945, Camp No.10
† 26 May 1945
† 29 May 1945
† 08 June 1945
† 10 June 1945
† 12 June 1945, Camp No. 180
† 16 June 1945, Camp No. 180
† 20 June 1945
† 20 June 1945
† 05 July 1945
† 08 July 1945
† 23 July 1945, PoW Camp 172
† 27 July 1945
† 25 January 1946
† 18 February 1946, Hosp. Carluke
† 11 March 1946, Hosp. Carluke
† 12 March 1946, Happendon Camp
† 28 June 1946, Struckford
† 31 July 1946, PoW Camp No. 113



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