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pictures with ODM and dates of birth/death (including places) of the following bavarian officers (around 1850)

Heinrich Graf Guiot de Ponteil; k?niglich bayerischer General-Major.

Carl von Hailbronner; k?niglich bayerischer General-Major.

Georg Freiherr Haller von Hallerstein; k?niglich bayerischer General-Major.

Bernhard von Hess; k?niglich bayerischer Oberst vom 1. Infanterie-Regiment.

Alexander von Hagens; k?niglich bayerischer Oberst vom Generalquartiermeisterstabe.

Franz H?rmann von H?rbach; k?niglich bayerischer Oberst vom Ingenieurs-Corps.

Friedrich Sch?nhammer; k?niglich bayerischer Oberst vom 11. Infanterie-Regiment.

Wilhelm Caries; k?niglich bayerischer Oberst vom 4. Infanterie-Regiment.

Friedich Ritter von Reck; k?niglich bayerischer Oberst vom 6. Infanterie-Regiment.

Heinrich Dobmayer; k?niglich bayerischer Oberst vom 1. Chevauxleger-Regiment

Freiherr von Hunoltstein; k?niglich bayerischer Oberstlieutenant,Commandant des 7. combinirten Chevauxlegers-Regiments



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