Gottlieb Johann Bohme


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Johann Gottlieb Boehm

Deutschland, Preußen, Brandenburg und Posen, Kirchenbuchduplikate 1794-1874
Name Johann Gottlieb Boehm
Event Type Birth
Event Date 17 Jan 1873
Event Place Kienitz, Kienitz, Lebus, Brandenburg, Germany
Gender Male
Religion Evangelische
Mother’s Name Luise Boehm
Note *dau…Friedrich Boehm
Volume 831
Volume Date Range 831, 1850-1874
Source Reference item 1, #6





Gottlieb Johann Bohme was born on January 17, 1873, in Lebus, Brandenburg, Germany.

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Lebus is located in Germany

Coordinates: 52°25′00″N 14°31′59″ECoordinates52°25′00″N 14°31′59″E
Country Germany
State Brandenburg
District Märkisch-Oderland
Municipal assoc. Lebus
 • Mayor Bernd Tillack (Pro Lebus)
 • Total 54.23 km2 (20.94 sq mi)
Population (2013-12-31)[1]
 • Total 3,144
 • Density 58/km2 (150/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 15326
Dialling codes 033604
Vehicle registration MOL

Lebus (PolishLubusz) is a town in the southeast of the Märkisch-Oderland District in BrandenburgGermany. It had a population of 3,144 as of 2013. It was the center of the historical region known as Lubusz Land.

He was the child of Luise Bohme and UNKNOWN father making him illegitimate.


Lubusz Voivodeship, or Lubuskie Province[1] (in Polishwojewództwo lubuskie [vɔjɛˈvut͡stfɔ luˈbuskʲɛ]), is a voivodeship (province) in western Poland.

It was created on January 1, 1999, out of the former Gorzów Wielkopolski and Zielona Góra Voivodeships, pursuant to the Polish local government reforms adopted in 1998. The province’s name recalls the historic Lubusz Land [2] (Lebus or Lubus), although parts of the voivodeship belong to the historic regions of SilesiaGreater Poland and Lusatia. Until 1945, it mainly formed the Neumark within the Prussian Province of Brandenburg.

The functions of regional capital are shared between two cities: Gorzów Wielkopolski and Zielona Góra. Gorzów serves as the seat of the centrally appointed voivode or governor, while Zielona Góra is the seat of the elected regional assembly (sejmik) and the executive elected by that assembly, headed by the marszałek.

The region is mainly flat, with many lakes and woodlands. In the south, around Zielona Góra, grapes are cultivated.

Lubusz Voivodeship borders West Pomeranian Voivodeship to the north, Greater Poland Voivodeship to the east, Lower Silesian Voivodeship to the south, and Germany (Brandenburg and Saxony) to the west.


I was told with some help of people on Facebook … that from looking at his picture ( the only one I have ) … that it looks like he was in the 44th Infantry Regiment “Graf Dönhoff” (7th East Prussian) (Infanterie-Regiment Graf Dönhoff (7. Ostpreuß.) Nr. 44).  If he died in the war… I Don’t know .. could use help tracking his journey in the war … I don’t even know when he joined . but do know his birth date is correct … still trying to find proof of EVERYTHING ELSE… 🙂 The following is from this website here.. click here

2nd Division (German Empire) – Pre-World War I Organization

Pre-World War I Organization

Many regiments were renamed and assigned to different divisions during the period from 1871 to 1914. In 1914, the peacetime organization of the 2nd Division was as follows:

  • 3rd Infantry Brigade (3. Infanterie-Brigade)
    • 4th Grenadier Regiment “King Frederick the Great” (3rd EastPrussian) (Grenadier-Regiment König Friedrich der Große (3. Ostpreuß.) Nr. 4)
    • 44th Infantry Regiment “Graf Dönhoff” (7th East Prussian) (Infanterie-Regiment Graf Dönhoff (7. Ostpreuß.) Nr. 44)
  • 4th Infantry Brigade (4. Infanterie-Brigade)
    • 33rd Fusilier Regiment “Graf Roon” (East Prussian) (Füsilier-Regiment Graf Roon (Ostpreuß.) Nr. 33)
    • 45th Infantry Regiment (8th East Prussian) (8. Ostpreuß. Infanterie-Regiment Nr. 45)
  • 2nd Cavalry Brigade (2. Kavallerie-Brigade)
    • 12th (Lithuanian) Uhlans (Litthauisches Ulanen-Regiment Nr. 12)
    • 9th Mounted Rifles (Jäger-Regiment zu Pferde Nr. 9)
  • 43rd Cavalry Brigade (43. Kavallerie-Brigade)
    • 8th (East Prussian) Uhlans “Count zu Dohna” (Ulanen-Regiment Graf zu Dohna (Ostpreuß.) Nr. 8)
    • 10th Mounted Rifles] (Jäger-Regiment zu Pferde Nr. 10)
  • 2nd Field Artillery Brigade (2. Feldartillerie-Brigade)
    • 1st Field Artillery Regiment “Prince August of Prussia” (1st Lithuanian) (Feldartillerie-Regiment Prinz August von Preußen (1. Litthau.) Nr. 1)
    • 37th Field Artillery Regiment (2nd Lithuanian) (2. Litthau. Feldartillerie-Regiment Nr. 37)


I found the following here


Infanterie-Regiment Graf Dönhoff, AKA, 44th Infantry Regiment, AKA 7th East Prussian Regiment, part of 2nd Division/2nd Infantry Division. Participated at Tannenberg and Masurian Lakes, action in Eastern Front incl. Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia, withdrawn to Western Front in 1917 and participated in actions in France, followed by defensive and retreat actions in Belgium.

Hope this helps.

European Militaries | 1870-1945
168d, 14h

44th Infantry Regiment “Graf Dönhoff” (7th East Prussian) (Infanterie-Regiment Graf Dönhoff (7. Ostpreuß.) Nr. 44) was a component of the 2nd Infantry Division. It served primarily on the Eastern Front in WWI, being involved notably in the Battles of Gumbinnen, Tannenberg, and 1st & 2nd Masurian Lakes. It was transferred west nizagara between late 1917 and early 1918 like other divisions following the Armistice with the Russians, and ended the war in Belgium, on the Western Front.



Johann Gottlieb Boehme birth

Johann Gottlieb Boehme birth





birth parish records: Tanja, go to page 318 of the Brandenburg records. It’s no. 6: Johann Gottlieb, (born) 17th Jan 1873, 1 o’clock prednisone in the morning (früh), illegitimate, (no father’s name written), mother’s name: Luise BÖHM (o-Umlaut) ??fried BÖHM, residence mother: Amt K(ienietz), bapt





He married Auguste Hedwig Marks on November 4, 1896, in Berlin, Berlin, Germany.






first page of marriage


birth..death..marriage: Gottlieb Johann Bohme Gender: männlich (Male) Birth Date: 17 Jan 1873 Marriage Date: 4 Nov 1896 Age at Marriage: 23 Spouse: Auguste Hedwig Marks Spouse Gender: weiblich (Female) Spouse Birth Date: 16 Sep 1871 prednisone Civil Registration Office: Berlin V a Certificate Number: 1156 Archive Sequence Number: 446 Register Type: Erstregister


second page of marriage



They had six children during their marriage.


Charlotte Bohme

Hedwig Bohme

Anna Luise Margarethe Marks- Bohme

Johannes Gottlieb Reinhold Bohme

Adolf Bernhard Richard Bohme

Alfred Bohme

He died on October 31, 1936, at the age of 63.