Wilhelm von Dörnberg
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Wilhelm Caspar Ferdinand Freiherr von Dörnberg (14 April 1768, Schloss Hausen near Bad Hersfeld - 19 March 1850, Münster) was a German general. He was also known as 'Aufstandsdörnberg' or 'Uprising Dörnberg', for his part in the German campaign of the Napoleonic Wars. He also fought as a brigade commander at Quatre Bras and Waterloo.
The family of Freiherrs of Dörnberg derived from the Protestant Hessian nobility and was a member of the Old-Hessian 'Ritterschaft'. Since 1732 it had held the office of Erbküchenmeister (Erbhofmeister) of Hesse-Kassel.
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