Jacob Heymans Tollincx (d. 1569)
Jacob Heymans Tollincx, a brother of Gosen Heymans, was beheaded at Utrecht, Netherlands on 5 July 1569, because he had been present at heretical meetings. He may have been a Mennonite. Jacob and Gosen had been arrested on 20 September 1568.
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