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As one of the Müldeners served in the Schleswig-Holstein Army durin the 1850-1853 period, I would like to know if anyone has the following book by F. Möller, from 1885:


Biographische Notizen über die Offiziere, Militair-Aerzte und Beamten der ehemaligen schleswig-holsteinischen Armee und Marine

any mention of Clamor Müldener would interest me. This is what I have so far on this officer

Clamor Ernst Emil Karl Müldner, geboren Barenburg 17.11.1830, 05.11.1850[1] als Offizier in schleswig-holsteinischer Diensten im 6. Infanterie-Bataillon (Friedrichstadt) mit Anciennität vom 07.12.1850 Secondelieutenant, 28.03.1853 den Abschied erteilt. 1853 abgewandert, gab er 1871 seine letzte Nachrichten aus Brisbane, Queensland (Australien). Noch im Jahre 1886 wird er auf eine Vermissten-Liste erwähnt.[2]

[1]  Amtsblatt für die Herzogthümer Schleswig-Holstein (74. Stück vom 26.12.1850) S. 548

[2] Die Gartenlaube, Heft 13, 42 S. 215, 707 (1886).

Thanks a lot



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