Description: During the battle of the danish prussian war april 18th. 1864 at Dybbøl two danish soldiers were wounded nearby this house. The owners of the house, Kathrine og Jorgen Fink, took the soldiers to them and layed them in their bed and nursed them. They died shortly ater and Jorgen burried them in their garden.
On the gravestone is written the names of them:
Dragon Jens Christensen,
Spjellerup på Stevns
Infanterist Hans Hansen, Kyse
18. Regiments 1 Bataljon.
1988 the house became a historical place and is protected by the Danish Defencebrothers after the danish wardepartment 1886 ruled to preserve and protect the house and garden, 86 m2.
The danish Defencebrothers is an organisation of former members of the danish forces (men and women), founded 1859 by veterans of the first Schleswig war 1848 to 1850.
(From the homepage of The Danish Defencebrothers)