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a Graf von Redern, 1851 Oberst and the Commander of the 13th Infanterie-Regiment. I wonder if it could be Friedrich Wilhelm GvR, as in Soldatisches Führertum Bd 7 S. 197 Nr 2235.

and some officer who were in the 11. IR in 1850:

von Rheinbaben Oberstlieutenant vom 11. Infanterie-Regiments

Graf von Monts Oberstlieutenant vom 11. Infanterie-Regiment.

von Salisch Major vom 11. Infanterie-Regiment

Hope you guys can help me out! The reason for my question is that they all received the kurhessian order of the Golden Lion

Thanks so much!



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Hi David,

I don't know if you still need information on these, but here are some of them:

The commander of the 13. Inf.-Rgt wasn't Redern, but Roedern. Albert Karl Erdmann Ludwig Ernst Graf von Roedern, 23.7.1793-18.4.1861.

Graf von Monts was Friedrich Wilhelm Karl Graf von Monts de Mazin, 24.12.1801-13.6.1886, later Gen.d.Inf.z.D.

Your von Rheinbaben was a Baron/Freiherr von Rheinbaben, but I'm not sure which one.



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