Glassbrenner, Adolf

BORN 27 Mar 1810, Berlin - DIED 25 Sep 1876, Berlin
GRAVE LOCATION Berlin: Kirchhof Jerusalem und Neue Kirche III, Mehringdamm 21 (Halleschen Tor), Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg (1/2-17-21 147 (312-17-20/21), Ehrengrab)

Adolf Glasbrenner worked as a journalist and was the author of satirical publications under the name of Adolf Brennglas. He married the actress Adele Peroni in 1840 and in 1841 he followed her to Neustrelitz where she was engaged at the local theatre.

In 1848 he entered politics and during the revolution of 1848 he was a democratic leader. The led to his expellation from Mecklenburg-Strelitz and in 1850 he settled in Gamburg. In 1858 he returned to Berlin where he edited the Montagszeitung. He died in Berlin in 1876.

• Wife: Glassbrenner-Peroni, Adele (1840-)


The grave of Adolf Glasbrenner and Adele Pieroni at the Kirchhof Jerusalem und Neue Kirche III, Halleschen Tor, Kreuzberg, Berlin.
Picture by Androom (08 Apr 2003)


Baedeker Berlin, Baedeker Verlag, Stuttgart, 1994

Glassbrenner-Peroni, Adele

Published: 30 Nov 2014
Last update: 04 Jan 2022