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War Memorial - Rosellen, North Rhine Westfalia, Germany




1914 - 1918

St. George War Memorial - Rosellen, North Rhine Westfalia, Germany St. George

Names of the fallen of WW I

Es gaben ihr Leben für
die Heimat im Weltkriege 1914-1918
They gave their lives for
the homeland in the World War 1914-1918


Alex Pütz
Wilhelm Winzen
Adam Schnok
Josef Höfges
Aloys Angermund
Theodor Rosellen
Johann Meuter
Heinrich Nellen
Heinrich Schröder
Peter Bersch
Franz Winkels
Josef Daniel
Stefan Thelen
Wilhelm Brems
Theodor Kippes
Wilhelm Riem
Wilhelm Piel
Hubert Axler
Johann Matheisen
Johann Pieper
Heinrich Woringen
Josef Schumacher
Heinrich Krieger
Mathias Neuhausen
Karl Josef Rond
Christian Strunk
Mathias Walger
Wilhelm Stammen
Hubert Strunk
27 August 1914
07 September 1914
07 December 1914
20 February 1915
07 March 1915
12 March 1915
12 March 1915
18 March 1915
23 March 1915
01 May 1915
16 May 1915
31 May 1915
02 June 1915
13 September 1915
17 January 1916
10 April 1916
22 April 1916
25 August 1916
31 August 1916
14 August 1916
16 September 1916
12 February 1917
20 April 1917
30 April 1917
01 May 1917
01 May 1917
25 July 1917
31 Juky 1917
10 August 1917
Wilhelm Segschneider
Andreas Leuffen
Georg Mayer
Josef Beivers
Wilhelm Schmitz
Heinrich Schlangen
Johann Hub. Sandkaulen
Theodor Walge
Paul Krieger
Johann Piel
Peter Schmitz
Josef Matheisen
Peter Schumacher
Lambert Schmitz
Konrad Pesch
Anton Does
r>Theodor Loosen
Cornelius Jansen

Vermisst/Missed

Cornelius Gilles
Heinrich Moitzheim
Josef Förster
Willi Schlabbers
Peter Conrads
Servatius Schlangenstein
Peter Geihsler
Andreas Riedler
Eduard Bier
25 December 1917
23 March 1918
02 April 1918
04 April 1918
05 April 1918
06 April 1918
09 April 1918
18 April 1918
13 May 1918
20 May 1918
15 July 1918
22 July 1918
08 August 1918
09 August 1918
04 September 1918
06 September 1918
13 September 1918
26 September 1918

Inscription
Ihren gefallenen Söhnen
in dankbarem Gedenken.
Errichtet von der
Gemeinde Rosellen 1922.
For their fallen sons
in grateful remembrance.
Erected by the
parish of Rosellen 1922.


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This page is dedicated to the 10 million victims of World War I and 60 million victims of World War II.
We should always remember the immense grief and loss each war brought to the world.

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