Claudy Centurio (d. 1539)
Claudy Centurio, an Anabaptist martyr, born at Noyelles near Cambrai in France, a citizen of Brussels, was beheaded at Utrecht in the Netherlands on 11 June 1539, because he had been (re)baptized. Together with him his son Aert was executed.
Berigten Historisch Genootschap, Utrecht IV, 2, (1851): 139.
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