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Our Allies the Bavarians – Appendix VI: Bavarian officers killed in the service of France

Our Allies the Bavarians – Appendix VI: Bavarian officers killed in the service of France

Our Allies the Bavarians – Appendix VI: Bavarian officers killed in the service of France.[1]

CAMPAIGN OF 1805.

 

1st reg. of infantry Lieutenant MUHL, killed on 2 November at Salzburg.
Lieutenant LERCHENFELD, killed on 2 November at

Salzburg.

2nd reg. of infantry Captain GUMPENBERG, killed on 2 November at Salzburg.
5th reg. of infantry Lieutenant SPENGEL, killed on 2 November at Salzburg.
12th reg. of infantry Lieutenant GOETZENDORFER, killed on 5 December at Steken,

near Iglau.

 

CAMPAIGN OF 1806-1807.

 

1st reg. of infantry Captain VAN SEEAU, killed on 16 December 1806 in front of Breslau.
Lieutenant DE SEIBOLDSDORF, killed on December 24, 1806 in front

of Breslau.

Cadet D’EHLINGENSBERG, killed on 14 May 1807 in action at Kanth.
Lieutenant DE FORMENTINI, killed on 24 June 1807 during the assault

on Glatz.

 4th reg. of infantry Colonel DE PIERRON, killed on 13 May 1807 at Serock.
  Lieutenant DE SCHEDEL, killed 13 May 1807 at Serock.
7th reg. of infantry Lieutenant GALLER, mortally wounded on 16 May 1807 at Pultusk.
  Lieutenant COLRE, mortally wounded on 16 May 1807 at Pultusk.
10th reg. of infantry Major DE SMITT, killed on 15 May 1807 at Kanth.
13th reg. of infantry Sub-lieutenant OEHRINGER, killed on 16 May 1807 at Pultusk.
1st Dragoons Captain CORNET, killed on 21 June 1807 near Glatz.
2nd Dragoons Lieutenant CREUTZER, killed 31 May 1807 near Glatz.
1st Light Horse Captain DE FROIDENVILLE, died from wounds on the Warta on

7 February 1807.

2nd Light Horse Lieutenant KLEUDGEN, killed on 2 January 1807 in front of Kosel.
Colonel von PAPPENHEIM, killed on 2 January 1807 in front of Eylau.
Lieutenant STIER, killed on 24 June 1807 in the assault on Glatz.
3rd Light Horse Captain STUBENRAUTH, killed 30 December 1806 at Oldatchin.
Lieutenant JAUTMANN, killed on 1 January 1807 at Weitzenrodau.
Artillery Major DE SPRETTI, killed on 6 February 1807 in front of Kosel.

 

CAMPAIGN OF 1809.

 

Staff Brigadier General DE ZANDT, killed on 21 April at Landshut.
1st reg. of infantry Lieutenant DIERSCH, killed on 25 September in combat at Melek

(Tyrol).

Lieutenant ARMANSBERG, killed on 25 September in action at Melek

(Tyrol).

Lieutenant DE KOFLER, killed on 25 September in combat at Melek

(Tyrol).

  Lieutenant MILIUS, mortally wounded on 25 September in the combat

of Melek (Tyrol).

Captain OSTERHUBER, wounded, taken prisoner and drowned in the

Inn on 25 September in the battle of Melek (Tyrol).

  Captain PFETTIN, wounded, taken prisoner and drowned in the Inn on

25 September in the combat of Melek (Tyrol).

  Lieutenant WINTER, wounded, taken prisoner and drowned in the Inn

on 25 September in the battle of Melek (Tyrol).

  Lieutenant OF SCHLEIN, taken prisoner and drowned in the Inn on

25 September in the combat of Melek (Tyrol).

  Lieutenant SIZZO, taken prisoner and drowned in the Inn on 25

September in combat at Melek (Tyrol).

3rd reg. of infantry Captain GOLSEN, killed on 24 April at Neumark.
Captain DE VINCENTI, killed on 24 April 24 at Neumark.
Lieutenant DE LUNESCHLOSS, killed on 24 April at Neumark.
Lieutenant STENGEL, mortally wounded on 24 April at Neumark.
Lieutenant WILHELMI, mortally wounded on 24 April at Neumark.
Lieutenant RUDESHEIMER, killed on 15 May at Schwaz (Tyrol).
4th reg. of infantry Lieutenant DE SCHMIEL, killed on 25 September at Lug-Pass (Tyrol).
5th reg. of infantry Lieutenant DE FABRIS, mortally wounded on 28 May at Iselsberg

(Tyrol).

Lieutenant HERMANN, mortally wounded on 30 May at Stanz (Tyrol).
Sub-Lieutenant RIEGER, killed on 30 May at Leutasch (Tyrol).
Captain DE BERNCLAU, killed on 9 August at Landeck (Tyrol).
6th reg. of infantry Lieutenant KANDLER, killed on 20 April at Abensberg.
Lieutenant RUE, killed 10 July at Tesswitz.
Lieutenant MAILLINGER, killed 10 July at Tesswitz.
Sub-lieutenant RASSHOFFER, killed on 10 July at Tesswitz.
Sub-lieutenant DERSCHAU, killed on 10 July at Tesswitz.
7th reg. of infantry Colonel DE TAXIS, mortally wounded on 24 April at Neumark.
9th reg. of infantry Lieutenant MULLER, killed on 15 August below Innsbruck (Tyrol).
10th reg. of infantry Lieutenant DE SUNDHALL, killed on 22 April at Eckmühl.
Lieutenant PFLUG, mortally wounded on 29 May at Iselsberg (Tyrol).
Captain DE STROMER, mortally wounded on 9 August at Landeck

(Tyrol).

Captain DE BACH, killed on 30 August (Tyrol).
Sub-lieutenant MORAWITSKY, killed on 30 August (Tyrol).
Sub-lieutenant DE HALFENBLADI, killed on August 30 (Tyrol).
11th reg. of infantry Colonel DIETFURTH, killed on 12 April at Innsbruck (Tyrol).
Lieutenant-Colonel SPANSKI, mortally wounded on 12 April at

Innsbruck (Tyrol).

13th reg. of infantry Lieutenant-colonel DE TANZEL, killed on 24 April at Neumark.
Major DE PALM, mortally wounded on 10 July at Tesswitz.
Colonel D’ARCO, killed on 13 August (Tyrol).
1st light battalion Lieutenant BRATTIA, killed on 8 August at Mauls (Tyrol).
5th light battalion Captain BECK, killed on 27 July at the Halbstunden bridge (Tyrol).
Lieutenant GERHARDT, killed on 27 July at the Halbstunden bridge

(Tyrol).

6th light battalion Lieutenant STENGEL, killed on 24 April at Neumark.
7th light battalion Lieutenant-Colonel GUNTHER, killed on 30 May (Tyrol).
1st dragoons Major BOY, killed on 21 April at Landshut.
2nd dragoons Major LUGNIET, killed on 22 April at Eckmühl.
Lieutenant MOLL, killed on 22 April at Eckmühl.
1st light horse Captain BAUMGARTNER, killed 20 April at Abensberg.
Captain RUEFF, killed on 21 April at Landshut.
2nd light horse Lieutenant BIBER (commanding the escort of General von Wrede),

killed on 24 April at Neumark.

Lieutenant SEIFFERT, killed on 23 June in front of Linz.

Colonel FLEURET, killed on 9 July at Staatz (Moravia).

Lieutenant DE ZWERGER, killed on 10 July in Tesswitz.
3rd light horse Lieutenant DEISSEMBERG, killed on 13 May at Solten (Tyrol).
Major DE ZEIGER, killed on 15 May at Schwaz (Tyrol).
Lieutenant LÖWENSTEIN, killed on 15 May at Schwaz (Tyrol).
Lieutenant VON DER MARCKAM, killed on 11 July at Znaïm.
4th light horse Captain SCHLIFFMANN, died of wound on 22 April at Eckmühl.
Major PLATTNER, killed on 22 April at Eckmühl.
Lieutenant MERK, killed on 22 April at Eckmühl.
Lieutenant LURZ, killed on 22 April at Eckmühl.
Artillery Lieutenant KATZENBERG, mortally wounded on 24 April at

Neumark.

 

CAMPAIGN OF 1812.

 

Staff Major General DEROY, wounded on 18 August at Polotsk,

died on the 23rd.

Brigadier General SIBEIN, wounded on 22 August at Beloye, died

on the 24th.

Lieutenant DE HUNDERN, deputy of the staff, died of wounds on

3 November at Vyaz’ma.

1st reg. of infantry Lieutenant DE HAACKE, killed on 22 August at Beloye.
  Lieutenant DE TUCHER, killed on 22 August at Beloye.
  Captain SCHAUBERG, mortally wounded on 12 November at Berezina.
  Captain BOELACKER, wounded on 28 November at the Berezina

bridges, taken prisoner and died of his wounds.

4th reg. of infantry Captain of LICHTEMBERG, killed on 18 August at Polotsk.
  Lieutenant VAN DER MARCK, killed on 18 August at Polotsk.
  Lieutenant MANGSTI., Killed on 18 August at Polotsk.
5th reg. of infantry Sub-lieutenant DEMMERLMAYER, mortally wounded on 7 December

in front of Vilna.

6th reg. of infantry Captain DE PIERRON, killed in August in front of Polotsk.
Lieutenant VOLKAMER, killed in August in front of Polotsk.
Lieutenant SCHMALZ, mortally wounded in front of Polotsk.
7th reg. of infantry Captain BAUMANN, killed on 18 August at Polotsk.
Captain SCHINTLING, disappeared on 18 August at Polotsk.
Lieutenant STEIDL, disappeared on 18 August at Polotsk.
Lieutenant WEINBERGER, wounded and missing on 18 August at

Polotsk.

Lieutenant PIRKNER, disappeared during the retreat (December).
Sub- lieutenant KERGOTH, disappeared during the retreat (December).
8th reg. of infantry Colonel WREDEN, mortally wounded on 18 August 18 at

Polotsk.

9th reg. of infantry Lieutenant DE REUTHER, killed on 17 August at Polotsk.
Captain AULITSCHECK, died of wounds on 17 August at Polotsk.
10th reg. of infantry Lieutenant WEINGARTEN, mortally wounded on 16 August

below Polotsk.

Lieutenant HIRSCH, mortally wounded on 16 August below Polotsk.
Colonel DE PREYSING, mortally wounded on 18 August

below Polotsk.

Lieutenant STENGEL, fatally wounded on 18 August below Polotsk.
11th reg. of infantry Captain J. ZOBEL, mortally wounded on 19 August below Polotsk.
1st light battalion Lieutenant-colonel DE GÉDONI, killed on 22 August at Beloye.
Lieutenant STUHLMULLER, died of wounds and taken prisoner

on 22 August at Beloye.

Lieutenant HARTER, mortally wounded and taken prisoner

on 22 August at Beloye.

4th light battalion Lieutenant HOSAKER, killed on 18 August at Polotsk.
6th light battalion Lieutenant RODENSTEIN, killed on 22 August at Beloye.
1st light horse Colonel DE WITTGENSTEIN, killed on 7 September at Moskowa.
Major DE MAGERI, killed on 7 September at Moskowa.
Lieutenant SEDELMAYER, killed on 7 September at Moskowa.
Major DE DEUX-PONTS, mortally wounded on 7 September

at Moskowa.

2nd light horse Captain BOLLAND, killed on 7 September at Moskowa.
3rd light horse Major RITTER, mortally wounded on 7 September at Moskowa.
4th light horse Major RUMMEL, disappeared during the retreat (November

and December).

Major SCHARI., Disappeared during the retreat (November

and December).

Lieutenant HOTTNER (A.), disappeared during the retreat (November

and December).

Lieutenant HOTTNER (J.), disappeared during the retreat (November

and December).

Lieutenant WINTER, disappeared during the retreat (November

and December).

Lieutenant DE WOLKAMMER, disappeared during the retreat

(November and December).

Lieutenant LANGRAF, disappeared during the retreat (November

and December).

Cadet RECHTEN, disappeared during the retreat (November

and December).

Major surgeon RAUSCHER, disappeared during retreat (November

and December).

5th light horse Captain MONGRIF, killed on 7 September at Moskowa.
Lieutenant TROEMER, mortally wounded on 3 November at Vyaz’ma.
Lieutenant PFITZER, killed on 28 November at Berezina.
6th light horse Lieutenant SCHNEIDERBANGER (orderly officer with Prince Eugene),

mortally wounded on 3 November 3 at Orsha.

Artillery Major VAN DOUWE, killed on 18 October at Polotsk.
Engineers Lieutenant IMHOF, killed on 20 October at Polotsk.

 

1813 CAMPAIGN.

 

3rd reg. of infantry Lieutenant DE SMID, killed 20 May at Bautzen.
Lieutenant RUDESHEIMER, killed 20 May at Bautzen.
Lieutenant MEYER, mortally wounded 20 May at Bautzen.
 4th reg. of infantry Lieutenant MULLER, killed 21 May at Wurschen.
  Lieutenant STOBEL, killed 21 May at Wurschen.
5th reg. of infantry Second Lieutenant MINDLER, killed 21 May at Wurschen.
  Lieutenant COLRE, mortally wounded on 16 May 1807 at Pultusk.
6th reg. of infantry Lieutenant SACK, killed 15 April in defense of Thorn.
7th reg. of infantry Second Lieutenant PFORDTEN, killed 9 February in defense of Thorn.
8th reg. of infantry Second Lieutenant STROBEL, killed 20 May at Bautzen.
Captain HEBEL, mortally wounded 20 May 20 at Bautzen.
10th reg. of infantry Lieutenant-Colonel DE POLLNITZ, mortally wounded 7 September

at Jüterbog.

11th Reg. of infantry Lieutenant SCHEGK, killed 10 October in defense of Danzig.
1st light horse Captain MULLER, killed on 21 May in Wurschen.
Artillery Lieutenant FISCHERT, killed on 21 January below Danzig.

For a number of affairs, where the number of officers killed is known only numerically, it has not been possible to find the names of all; the previous obituary is therefore incomplete, notably for the losses suffered in the Tyrol in 1809 and during the retreat of Russia in 1812.

[1] After A. Martinien: Tables of officers killed and wounded during the wars of the Empire and their Supplement; –Völderndorff:  Kriegsgeschichte von Bayern; –and the Papers of General d’Albignac.