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GARISON SUÉDOISE DE STRALSUND, VORPOMMERN.

Revue Générales 1750 - 1763

Soldat numéro 104
Caporal
JEAN BAPTISTE DAUBIGNE

1750
Régiment de commandant en chef 
Mauritz Posse 
Compagnie de capitaine von Kock 
Âge: 23. Né: Champagne. France. Profession: Tailleur. Capitulation: 6 ans

1758
Régiment de commandant en chef 
Mauritz Posse 
Compagnie de capitaine Jean von Böhnen
Âge: 30. Capitulation: 8 1/2 ans. Né: Champagne. Marié, 

1760
Régiment vacante de commandant en chef 
K.A.H. Hamilton
Compagnie de Major Jean von Böhnen
Caporal Christian Flach
Âge: 32 1/2. Capitulation: 11 ans. Né: Champagne. Religion: Catholique.
Recruté 18 nov 1760. 

1762
Régiment vacante de commandant en chef 
K.A.H. Hamilton
Compagnie de major Jean von Böhnen
Caporal Christian Flach
Âge: 33. Profession: Cordonnier
Marié/Non marié: Non marié. Cantonnement: Rudön. 
Notes: Demitté, incapable. Salaire: 6 pile ou face de argent 

1763
Régiment de major générale
Johan Cronhielm 
Compagnie de major Jean von Böhnen
Vacante, incapable.


STRALSUND

Following the peace treaty which ended the Great Northern War (1721), of Sweden's possessity of Wismar. Here were to be found enlisted Swedish military units. Of these, two regiments, stationed in peacetime at Stralsund, are of special interest.

The Queen's Own Household Regiment was formed in 1720 from parts of two originally purely Swedish regiments, raised in 1703. At Stralsund, however, Pomerian soldiers were enlisted and in time the regiment assumed a German character. It took part in Sweden's wars during the 1800th century. The Swedish Queen was Honorary Colonel of the Regiment.

In 1749 a new garrison regiment was raised at Stralsund and named after its commanding officer. Also this regiment, in whole or in part, fought in the 1800th century wars for Sweden. Towards the end of the century both these regiments were firmly established at Stralsund.

Carl Herlitz/red. Åge Skjelborg

  ©Åge Skjelborg, novembre 2001