Marie von der Kuhlen (16th century)
Marie von der Kuhlen, an Anabaptist who was arrested in 1559 and tried at Waldfeucht, district of Millen in the duchy of Jülich, Germany. She had been (re) baptized six years before at Lichterwald in Jülich by Elder Lemken, together with about 20 persons, whose names she did not know, all from the Dutch Maas district (now Dutch province of Limburg). It is not known whether Marie died as a martyr or not.
Bax, Willem. Het protestantisme in het bisdom Luik en vooral te Maastricht. s-Gravenhage: Nijhoff, 1937-1941: I, 302.
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