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War Memorial - Ense-Bremen, North Rhine Westfalia, Germany




1866,  1870 - 1871,  1914 - 1918

The memorial is located at St. Lambertus' church.


Statue

Statue War Memorial - Ense-Bremen, North Rhine Westfalia, Germany


Den Toten der Kriege
For the dead of the wars


Left memorial panel Central memorial panel Right memorial panel

1866     1870 - 71
Bremen:
Ittermann, Wilhelm
Leifert, Theo
Krampe, Hermann
Freiherr von Plattenberg
    Gustav Adolf

Höingen:
Post, Johann
Wenderth

Hünningen:
Schumacher, Heinrich
Liskatin, Bern.
Schürmann, Anton

Lüttringen:
Langes, Franz
Holthoff, Anton
Bühner, Peter

Niederense:
Grüne, Josef
Hagedorn, Ferdinand
Parsit:
Peck, C.

Vierhausen:
Düser, Theodor
Düser, C.

Waltringen:
Jochheim, Heinrich
Telgenbüscher, Heinrich
1914 - 18
Bremen:
Jungmann, Johann
Jungmann, Eberhard
Röer, Franz
Tigges, Franz
Osterhaus, Fritz
Westhoff, Heinrich
Mester, Kasper
1914 - 18
Wessel, Anton
Lenze, Franz
Jungmann, Theodor
Vielberg, Johann
Mimberg, Josef
Haierhoff, Theodor
Rubarth, Franz
Stemann, Fr.

Gerlingen:
Vorrath, Heinrich

Hünningen:
Nagel, Wilhelm
Rubarth, Peter
Homberg, Wilhelm
Severin, Franz
Osterhaus, Ferdinand
Osterhaus, Theodor

Höingen:
Risse, Kaspar
Dohle, Heinrich
Kettler, Kaspar
Gretenkort, Johann
Kettler, Kaspar
Holthoff, Franz
Holthoff, Fr.
Dr. Schulte, Bernhard
Kettler, Josef
Risse, Kaspar

Lüttringen:
Schott, Franz
Ruschenbaum, Heinrich
Schott, Eberhardt
Brinkmann, Anton
Plumpe, Adam

Parsitt:
Rennebaum, Theodor
Wulf, Ferdinand
Busemann, Anton
Pantel, Kaspar
Düser, Josef
Düser, Josef
Schmitz, Wilhelm

Ruhne:
Witte, Fritz
Stoltefaut, Johann
Humpert, Fr.
Kemper, Franz
Grzellac, Johann
1914 - 18
Lange, Fritz
Tillmann, Theodor
Schwarze, Lorenz
Hellmann, J.

Vierhausen:
Preker, Franz
Greune, Theodor

Waltringen:
Bankamp, Franz
Diers, Hermann
Dümpelmann, H.
Lenze, Josef
Tigges, Fritz
Reiner, Franz
Tillmann, Cl.
Tigges, Franz
Telgenbüscher, J.

Es starben
verwundet in
der Heimat
It died
wounded at home:

Höingen:
Eikel, Martin

Parsit:
Löher, J.
Schockel, B.

Ruhne:
Horenkamp; Josef.
Schacke, Fritz
Schulte, Clemens

Waltringen:
Boese, Anton

Blumenthal-Haar:
Brasse, F.

in Gefangenschaft
During captivity:

Waltringen:
Diers, Wilhelm

Ruhne:
Schäfer, August

Vermisst
Missed

Ruhne:
Schäferhoff, F.
Vester, M.

Waltringen:
Topp, J.
Lenze, Wilhelm

Lütringen:
Plümpe, Andreas

Bremen:
Westhoff, Franz


Pictures: War Memorial at Lambertus' Church
Picture owner: Klaus Erdmann      Source: GenWiki
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Picture: St. Lambertus' Church
Picture owner: Bubo      Source: GenWiki
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