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Hi Beau,

Good to hear from you. All that I have on him so far is that he is listed in the Hannover 1865 House and State Handbook as a premier lieutenant on the staff of the engineer corps. After 1866 he, like many other Hannoverians, continued his career in the Saxon army. My notes show that he served in the 2nd Co., Royal Saxon Pioneer Bn.

I should probably point out that his Hannover jubilee medal is a 21 April 1804/ 21 April 1904.

That’s about it.

Best wishes.

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Wild Card,

Here are some career dates for the original owner of your wonderful bar!!!

Andy

Carl Groschupf

21.08.41            born in Essen b. Wittlage in Hannover

15.11.23            died in Dresden

 

16.07.63    als Pionier 1. Kl. in Hannover. Ing. Komp. eingetr.

27.05.64     prov. Sek.Lt.

27.05.65     Prem.Lt.

15.01.67     aus dem Hann. Militär Dienste entlassen

01.04.67     als Oberlt. in sächs. Pion. B. 12 angestellt

01.07.68-31.10.69     Festungs Ingenieur auf Festung Königstein

15.09.70-10.01.71     Führ. d. mob. 2. Feld Pion. Komp.

05.06.72-21.01.75     Komp. Führ.

17.07.74     char. Hptm.

21.01.75     Hptm. m. Patent vom 17.07.74

01.08.75-01.04.78     zu den Fest. Bauten in Metz

01.04.81     zum Inf. R. 103

20.07.86     Major

01.04.87     Batl. Kom. im Inf. R. 133

29.04.90     als char. Oberstlt. z. Disp. gest.

Feldzüge:  1866 in Thüringen.  Schlacht b. Langensalza    1870/71:  Schlacht b. St. Privat, Einschließung von Metz, Belagerung von Paris, Ausfallgefecht von Bondy

 Source:  Stammliste d. Hannoverschen Pion. B. Nr. 10

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7 hours ago, JasonA said:

Wow Glenn...a superb oil.  Does that reside in your collection?

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This is latest addition to my collection. Good painting by known artist and good size too: 102X58cm. 

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