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Impler family

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Marble memorial on the wall of the Volksschule at Implerstraße in Munich, including the family crest

Impler is the name of a Southern German family. In particular in Munich they belonged to the richest families of the city in the late Middle Ages. Today, most of the family members are located in the surroundings of Au near Bad Feilnbach. A street in Munich is named after the family.[1]

Notable members[edit]

  • Johann „Hans“ Impler (died 1385), a clothier and councillor, was member of the outer city council from 1364 to 1374, and after 1371 member of the inner city council. He was apparently wrongly declared responsible for the high tax charges by the citizens of Munich, and was tortured and beheaded during the citizens' revolts against the dukes Stephen III and Frederick. This occurrence was later called "Impleraufstand", analogously to uprising against Impler.
  • Franz Impler, son of Hans Impler, a residential house owner in Munich and benefactor


  1. The noble lineage of Impler[permanent dead link] (German), Website of the Hauptschule at Implerstraße

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