Trijnwouden (Friesland, Netherlands)
Trijnwouden (Frisian, Trynwalden), an area some 8 miles west of Leeuwarden in the Dutch province of Friesland, Netherlands, where there was a Mennonite congregation in the 17th century, and probably already in the 16th, which in 1695 joined the Friesland Sociëteit. After 1698 it is no longer listed in the records of this conference, having probably either died out or merged with a neighboring church.
Busé, H. J. "De verdwenen Doopsgezinde gemeenten in Friesland." De Vrije Fries XXII, repr.: 18.
Doopsgezinde Bijdragen (1895): 20.
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