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  1. The family's first entry is in the 1913 edition: http://digital.ub.uni-duesseldorf.de/periodical/pageview/1235066 Marie is listed there as already deceased and without any birth information. She does not appear in subsequent editions. The father is just listed in various editions as "Max" or "Maximilian (Max)" with no other Vornamen. *11.10.1837 in Meiningen, †26.6.1918 in Dresden.
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  2. Max v. Buch had three sons (at least that survived; one was born and died on the same day): Walter Gustav Alexander, *20.5.1872 in Braunsberg, †20.3.1936 in Hamburg. Walter was a Rittm.a.D., previously (albeit briefly) in DR 21, and served in World War I as a Maj.a.D. in the stellvertretender Generalstab der Armee. Gotthard Erich Karl Leopold, *28.11.1874 in Braunsberg, †7.3.1928 in Berlin. Gotthard was the former 1.GRzF officer. In 1914, he was a Major in the Kriegsministerium (Versorgungs-Abteilung). He was named a battalion commander in GR 1 in August 1914 and was wounded on 26.10.1914. After convalescence, he was transferred back to the Kriegsministerium on 20.2.1915 and was named an Abteilungschef on 2.1.1917. He was retired on 30.3.1919 and was an Oberstleutnant a.D. Friedrich (Fritz) Karl Hans Max, *24.1.1876 in Braunsberg, †5.4.1959 in Kassel. Fritz also had the Austro-Hungarian Militärverdienstkreuz 3. Klasse mit der Kriegsdekoration 3. Klasse. He was a z.V.-officer, so he probably did not have the Wehrmacht DA. They were Briefadel. Max's father was ennobled in 1858 by the Duke of Sachsen-Meiningen-Hildburghausen. They were not related to the Uckermark Uradel family "v. Buch", who were ennobled in the 1300s.
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  3. The "Ingenhofen" in our list is the later RK winner Peter Ingenhoven (KIA 1942): 20.5.1940
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  4. New first name: Lt dR Friedrich Schlüter, KIA 1918 (not the Hptm Friedrich Schlüter in our list) 22.6.1918
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  5. Some more info, first names for Felix Lohe, L. Kummer and Karl Hucklenbroich: 5.8.1918
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  6. We have Petri, but Olt Max Heyden might be a new one: 27.8.1918 This shows again why we should definitely list the submitted ones: we have Lt dR Max Pulfrich (though new first name!), but he is listed here as submitted: 26.8.1918 May have some new info on Hptm Köhler, Beckhaus, Pulkowski: 16.8.1918
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  7. Hi, preußische Lebensrettungsmedaille. Kind regards Andreas
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