The ranks are taken from the Commonwealth War Graves site.


Otto (Paul) ARNOLD died 3rd November 1918


Burial record states that he was in the 93 Infantry no. 1538.


Rank: Landsturmrekrut


1986 Church of England

Georg BAUM died 2nd September 1918


Rank: Offizierstellvertreter


Grave number 1968

Alfred BAUMLIN died 28th February 1915


Burial record states 363 Pte. A Baumlin 112 Infantry Regt. died 28th February 1915 age 25


Rank :Musketier

Burial record no. 832 Roman Catholic

Curt BEUTLER died 9th September 1919


Kurt Paul was a prisoner of war being held at the Shirley Skating Rink Southampton. He possibly died there.


Deceased online record.



Paul BIELER died 5th September 1918



Bernhard BIERNATH died 27th December 1914



Max BOLKOW died 11th November 1918


Burial record states that he was in the 49/Prussian Infantry no. 8045.




1990 Church of England

Fritz BORNER died 28th October 1914


Burial record states that Fritz was in the Infantry Regiment 104 and he was 20 years old.


Rank: Musketier

Albert BORNSCHEIN died 15th September 1916


Rank:Internierter - Civilian

Max BUGGLE died 2nd February 1915



On the 30th August 2014 I got this email from Lewis Dutton:

I am a Brit, born in Basingstoke, but grew up in Germany - during which time I came to support my local club side: VfB Stuttgart. As a member of the club, I receive a magazine about the club on a quarterly basis - and the military cemetery is mentioned with a back story in the latest edition, which I wanted to share with you. 

There is a feature about the club during WWI, and one particular story about max buggle, who is buried in netley.

He was the goalkeeper for the first team when called up to fight, and the club lost several professional players in addition to him. The article states that he was injured on October 31st 1914, when attempting to take the English held village of Mesen in Belgium. As he was taken back to England as a pow, he ended up at the hospital (probably in netley) but as the headstone shows on the site, he died in February 2015.

He was a part of grebe "grenadier-regiment 119. 2nd battalion, 5th company.

According to the article, his family lived in the werderstrasse in Stuttgart, near there Karl-olga hospital.

I would find it very nice if you could add this information to the details of his entry in your archives.


Thank you Lewis for this information.

Arthur COHN died 12th October 1918



Gerhard EICKEL died 24th October 1914


Burial record states 190 Private Eickel Gerard 7th Jager Regiment died 24th October 1914 age 26

Burial record no 8795 Roman Catholic

EIRGEL died 11th July 1916


See German Graves title page



Karl FRUHBIS died 24th October 1918


Burial record states that he was a L/Cpl in the 23/ Bayr. Reg. no. 38363.




1983 Church of England

Adam GIMBEL died 17th January 1915


Burial record states that Adam was in the 4th Battalion Reserve Regiment. He was 24 years old.



Friedrich GROSSMANN died 5th November 1914


139 Infantry Regiment

Age 23




Max HAASE died 11th September 1918



Wilhelm HARTEMANN died 10th November 1914


Burial record states that Wilhelm was in the 172 Infantry Regiment, age unknown.



Artur HEINRICH died 17th November 1914


216 Infantry Regiment

Age 20



Friedrich HOLZAPFEL died 21st August 1917




Georg HUBER died 7th February 1915


Burial record states 127 Pte. G. Hubor 240 Infantry Regt. died 7th February 1915 age 22



Burial record no. 830 Roman Catholic.

Bruno JAKUBOWSKI died 3rd September 1918


Burial record states 1293 L/Cpl Jakubowski Bruno 52nd Prussian Infantry died 3rd September 1918



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