Jehan Toulet (16th century)
Jehan Toulet was an otherwise unknown Mennonite preacher who, about 1564, was active in Armentieres, Bruges, and other towns in Flanders. According to a letter from the margrave of Antwerp to the regent Margaret of Parma, he was a native of Armentieres, a middle-aged merchant, who attended the fair at Frankfurt, Germany.
Verheyden, A. L. E. "Mennisme in Vlaanderen." Unpublished mss.
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