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Landsturmmann. Hermann Baer .     Imperial German Army 3rd Battalion, 10th Coy. 9th (Bavarian) Infantry Regiment   from Schwegenheim, Pf.

(d.7th Jun 1917)

Vizefeldwebel. Alfred Barthelmes .     Imperial German Army 3rd Battalion, 10th Coy. 9th (Bavarian) Infantry Regiment   from Königshofen i Gr., Ufr.

(d.7th Jun 1917)

Sebastian Bernhardt .     German Army

Seb Bernhardt was held as a prisoner of war at Brocton Camp in Staffordshire.

Infanterist. Georg Betz .     Imperial German Army 3rd Battalion, 10th Coy. 9th (Bavarian) Infantry Regiment   from Halbersdorf, Ofr.

(d.7th Jun 1917)

Commander Biermann .     Kaiserliche Marine SS Konigin Luise

Landsturmmann. Michael Blaurock .     Imperial German Army 3rd Battalion, 10th Coy. 9th (Bavarian) Infantry Regiment   from Neuhausen, Ufr.

(d.7th Jun 1917)

Landsturmmann. Pankraz Bleier .     Imperial German Army 3rd Battalion, 10th Coy. 9th (Bavarian) Infantry Regiment   from Mistendorf, Ofr.

(d.7th Jun 1917)

Unteroffizer Julius Wilhelm Brugger .     Imperial German Army 2nd Company 5th Bavarian Reserve Infantry Regiment   from Geusfeld, Gerolzhofen, Germany

(d.7th Jun 1917)

Julius Brugger was a 23 year old NCO, with the 2nd Coy, 5th RIR. He lost his life at 3.10am on the 7th of June 1917 when the mine beneath Factory Farm was exploded. In January 2004, his remains along with his identification disc, were recovered from the upcast of the crater by members of the Historical Society of Comines-Warneton. The remains of one of his comrades were also recovered but identification has not been possible.

Julius was was positively identified by the Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgraberfursorge (the German War Graves Commission) and his family have been informed. Both soldiers were interned at Langemark Cemetary on 10th November 2004.

Infanterist. Wilhelm Böhm .     Imperial German Army 3rd Battalion, 10th Coy. 9th (Bavarian) Infantry Regiment   from Strassdorf, Ofr.

(d.7th Jun 1917)

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