Boudewijne Boccaert (d. 1573)
Boudewijne (Bodewyn) Boccaert, an Anabaptist marytr of Ghent, was burned at the stake on the market place at Antwerp on 20 May 1573, because she had frequently visited the forbidden meetings of the Mennonites in Antwerp.
Génard, Petrus. Antwerpsch archievenblad: XIII, 112, 176; XIV, 90-91, No. 1021.
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