Ubbonites, a name sometimes given to the followers of the Anabaptist elder and leader Obbe Philips. More usual, however, is the name Obbites (Dutch, Obbiten) or Obbenites. Ubbonite delegates were present at the meeting of Anabaptist leaders at Boekholt or Bocholt in Westphalia in 1536.
Doopsgezinde Bijdragen (1864): 137.
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