|no.||family surname||full name||birth|
|26||von der Osten-Sacken||Werner von der Osten-Sacken||1821||68||1889||id: BLNGSacken||210983||46|
|27||von Grauman||Friederich Wilhelm von Grauman||1760||74||1834||id: BLNGGrauman||210981||43||Artillery officer|
|28||von Hochwächter||Clara von Hochwächter||1824||94||1918||id: BLNGHochwächter||211003||70|
|29||von Holtzendorff||Karl Friederich von Holtzendorff||1764||64||1828||no image||211009||67||1||Holtzendorff followed his father an artillery general into the Prussian army in 1778 and served in the Polish campaigns of Frederick William II and in the Napoleonic wars He became head of the artillery division|
|30||von Hoym||Wilhelm von Hoym||1790||59||1849||id: BLNGHoym||210995||49||Memberof the Prussian army for 43 years adjutant to Prince Carl of Prussia|
|Ida von Hoym||1833||36||1869|
|31||von Kehler||Eduard von Kehler||1843||67||1910||id: BLNGKehler||210988||107|
|Marie von Kehler||1848||75||1923|
|32||von Lobell||Carl Georg von Lobell||1777||64||1841||id: BLNGLobell||210991||43||Governor of Berlin and veteran of the Napoleonic wars|
|33||von Lûtzow||Ludwig Adolf von Lûtzow||1782||52||1834||no image||211020||21||Lützow served in the Prussian army from 1795-1807 After the treaty of Tilsit he was authorised to found a private army company (the Black Troopers) who were renowned fro their bravery in combat until Lûtzow's capture by the French in 1814 In 1815 he fought at the battle of Ligny and was captured again by the French but escaped on the day of the battle of Waterloo His regiment was by then integrated into the Prussian army Several German warships were later named in his honour and a cavalry regiment|
|34||von Oetinger||Hans von Oetinger||1856||58||1914||id: BLNGOeting1|
|211021||122||1||Killed in action in Rudka in the Ukraine|
|Martin Feldmann||1889||35||1924||According to the inscription his death resulted from severe mistreatment in the French detention centre in Trier (Treves)|
|Adrien von Oetinger||1888||48||1936||Cavalry officer in the Uhlans|
|Eberhard von Oetinger||1892||53||1945|
|Gertrude von Oetinger||1867||75||1942|
|35||von Pochhammer||Erich von Pochhammer||1860||54||1914||id: BLNGPochhammer||210986||115||Killed in action in France commanding the 68th Infantry Brigade October 1914|
|36||von Putthammer||Hermann von Putthammer||1804||40||1844||id: BLNGPuthammer||210994||47||Director of the Berlin-Potsdam railway (founded in 1837) the first railway in Prussia|
|37||von Schachtmeyer||Carl von Schachtmeyer||1779||46||1825||id: BLNGSchacht1|
|211010||58||Commanding officer of the 1st Alexander Grenadier Regt|
|38||von Schweling||Louise von Schweling||1824||79||1903||id: BLNGSchwelLouise||210993||56|
|39||von Steinaecker||Eduard von Steinaecker||1819||77||1896||id: BLNGSteinaecker||210978||111||Adjutant to Kaiser Wilhelm I|
|Emily von Steinaecker||1838||59||1897|
|40||von Stülpnagel||Ferdinand Wolf von Stülpnagel||1813||72||1885||id: BLNGStülpnagelFer||210989||55||Joined the Prussian army in 1829 and served until 1875 including during the Franco-Prussian War in 1870-1871|
|Caecilie von Stülpnagel||1809||77||1886||Daughter of the Prussian general and militairy tactician Johann von Lossow|
|41||von Stülpnagel||Jeannette von Stülpnagel||1786||79||1865||id: BLNGStülpnagelJean||210990||41|
|42||von Thiesenhausen||Carl Wilhelm Leopold von Thiesenhausen||1800||54||1854||id: BLNGThiesen||210982||55|
|43||von Tippelskirch||Ernest Ludwig von Tippelskirch||1774||66||1840||id: BLNGTippelk1|
|211011||41||Joined the Prussian army in 1794 and had a distingusihed career in the Napoleonic wars upto and including the battle of Waterloo From 1827 he was governor of Berlin|
|44||von Toll||Ludwig Philip von Toll||1775||76||1851||id: BLNGToll||210987||49||Born in Westphalia Toll joined the Prussian army in 1789 and served in the Napoleonic campaigns up to the battle of Ligny in 1815 under Blücher and against Napoléon|
|45||von Triitzschler||Alexander von Triitzschler||1784||54||1838||id: BLNGTriitzsch1|
|211008||33||Commanding officer of the Grenadier Regt|
|46||von Voss||Julius von Voss||1768||64||1832||id: BLNGVoss||211005||53||served in the Prussian army from 1782-1798 then toured in Europe and returned to Berlin to work as a playwright and author - he wrote what is considered as one of the first German science fiction novels|
|Helene Josephine von Voss||1781||52||1833|
|47||von Ziegler||Gustav Adolf von Ziegler||1808||74||1882||id: BLNGZiegler1|
|211018||43||1||Director of the Militairy Academy in Potsdam|
|48||von Ziegler||Gustav Adolf von Ziegler||1854||48||1902||id: BLNGZiegler2||211019||47|
|49||Witte||Johannes Witte||1872||42||1914||id: BLNGWitte||210999||97||Killed in action with the 23rd Infantry regt Sept 1914|
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