Amalie Hofer

Amalie Hofer, née Weissenrieder (12 September 1820, in Gengenbach, Baden – 18 February 1872) was the German wife of Johann Hofer (18 August 1810, in Önsbach – 4 August 1880, in Offenburg)wikipedia
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Johann Hofer

Amalie Hofer, née Weissenrieder (12 September 1820, in Gengenbach, Baden – 18 February 1872) was the German wife of Johann Hofer (18 August 1810, in Önsbach – 4 August 1880, in Offenburg)
He and his wife Amalie Hofer, née Weissenrieder (12 September 1820 in Gengenbach, 18 February 1872) were agitators and revolutionaries in the 1848 Revolution.

Gengenbach

Amalie Hofer, née Weissenrieder (12 September 1820, in Gengenbach, Baden – 18 February 1872) was the German wife of Johann Hofer (18 August 1810, in Önsbach – 4 August 1880, in Offenburg)

Baden

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Amalie Hofer, née Weissenrieder (12 September 1820, in Gengenbach, Baden – 18 February 1872) was the German wife of Johann Hofer (18 August 1810, in Önsbach – 4 August 1880, in Offenburg)

Önsbach

Amalie Hofer, née Weissenrieder (12 September 1820, in Gengenbach, Baden – 18 February 1872) was the German wife of Johann Hofer (18 August 1810, in Önsbach – 4 August 1880, in Offenburg)

Offenburg

Offenburg, Germany
Amalie Hofer, née Weissenrieder (12 September 1820, in Gengenbach, Baden – 18 February 1872) was the German wife of Johann Hofer (18 August 1810, in Önsbach – 4 August 1880, in Offenburg)

German revolutions of 1848–49

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Both were agitators and revolutionaries in the 1848 Revolution.

Germany

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They were finally able to return to Germany in the 1860s.

Amalie (given name)

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Amalie Hofer (1820–1872), German revolutionary