Jeronimus Cleermaker (d. 1536)
Jeronimus Cleermaker was an Anabaptist that belonged to the revolutionary wing of Anabaptism. He was a native of Egmond aan Zee, Dutch province of North Holland, and was involved in a revolt at Poeldijk near The Hague (Netherlands), where he was be headed on 14 March 1536.
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