|no.||family surname||full name||birth|
|1||Bendel||Franz Bendel||1833||41||1874||id: BLNFRBendel||163740||107||Bendel was a pianist and composerof Bohemian German (Sudeten) origin who studied under Franz Liszt for five years. He died in Boston (USA) during a concert tour.|
|2||Berlinguier||P.L. Berlinguier||1748||62||1810||no image||163741||48||Merchant|
|3||Chambeau||Paul Chambeau||1842||54||1896||id: BLNFRPaulChamb||163737||130||1||Died in Prenzlau in Brandenberg.|
|4||de la Croix||Anne de la Croix||1851||34||1885||id: BLNFRdelaCroix||163738||117|
|Albert de la Croix||1839||48||1887|
|5||Devrient||Ludwig Devrient||1784||48||1832||id: BLNFRDevrient||163748||81||Descended from a French Hugenot family Devrient was intended for his fathers silk business. However in 1803 he joined a troop of actors and appeared the following year for the first time in a play by Schiller. Later he became a well-known performer in Germany France and England appearing in Shakesperean roles. His three nephews - Edward Charles-Auguste and Gustave - all became well-known Shakespearean actors.|
|6||du Bois-Reymond||Felix-Henri du Bois-Reymond||1782||83||1865||no image||163734||61||Born in the village of St Sulpice near Neufchatel in Switzerland he was an author and advisor to the Prussian Foreign Ministry|
|Emil Heinrich du Bois-Reymond||1818||78||1896||Emil was a distinguished scientist physioogist and a pionneer of electro-physiology and became professor of physiology at the university of Berlin in 1858. An annual award named in his honour was created in 1999. His brother was the mathemitician Paul du Bois-Reymond.|
|Wilhemine Julie Françoise du Bois-Reymond||1789||75||1864||Born in the royal city of Potsdam Wilhemine was a member of one of the oldest and most respected French Hugenot families in Berlin. Her Polish Protestant grandfather was Daniel Chodowiecki the most popular Prussian painter and engraver of the 18th century and her father was the librarian of the royal library.|
|7||du Titre||Marie Anne du Titre||1748||79||1827||id: BLNFRduTitre||163746||98||Marie Anne was the ninth of ten children of Benjamin George a wealthy Hugenot brewery owner and Sara Roberts. In 1781 she married Etienne du Titre one of the richest men in Berlin through his cotton business. They lived a sumptuous lifestyle and were amongst the leaders of Berlin society as friends of the king and acquaintances of the Goethe and the Romantic author E.T.A Hoffmann. Madame du Titre as she was known was renowned for speaking a curious mix of French and German which often gave rise to both confusion and some hilarity.|
|8||Gain||Armand Gain||1835||42||1877||no image||163735||82||1|
|9||George||Benjamin George||1823||id: BLNFRBenGeorge||163745||50||born 17?9 - Benjamin George was probably the brother of Marie Anne du Titre who is also buried in this cemetery.|
|10||Jouanne||Benjamin Edouard Jouanne||1801||61||1862||id: BLNFRJouanBen||163742||132||Merchant|
|11||Jouanne||Jean Jouanne||1752||54||1806||id: BLNFRJouanJean||163744||119|
|12||Jouanne||Sara Elizabeth Jouanne||1742||71||1813||id: BLNFRJouanSara||163743||120||Sara was probably a sister of Marie Anne du Titre who is also buried in this cemetery.|
|13||Ravené||Peter Louis Ravené||1793||68||1861||no image||163747||97||Ravené was a rich industrialist of French Hugenot origins who inherited the family business from his well-established father Jacob Ravené (who was also buried in the cemetery but the tomb is now destroyed). Peter developed the family interests by investing in copper mines in Anhalt which supplied the new railways. With the resulting wealth he developed an important art collection which he displayed to the public and part of which now is displayed in the Bode Museum in Berlin. He was an adept of occultism and predicted - correctly - that he would died in 1861.|
|14||Steffeck||Carl Steffeck||1818||72||1890||id: BLNFRCarlSteff||163739||71||2||Trained at the Berlin Academy of Arts and later in France and Italy Staffeck was principally an animal painter and watercolourist. His pupils included Max Lieberman.|
|15||von Hauteville||Robert Guiscard von Hauteville||1868||43||1911||id: BLNFRHauteville||163736||62||Robert appears to be a member of the French aristocratic family of d'Hautveille and named after his illustrious 11th century forbear who became Duke of Apulia and Calabria after the Norman invasion of Italy.|
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