Jan Mudder (16th century)
Jan Mudder, an Anabaptist living at Appingedam, Dutch province of Groningen, a merchant, whose house in early 1534 was a center of Anabaptism, where a number of Anabaptists were baptized. Here Obbe Philips ordained his brother Dirk Philips elder in 1534.
Bos, P. G. "De Wederdopers in Groningerland." Groningsche Volksalmanak (1909): 161.
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