Stroman, a Mennonite family at Norden in East Friesland, Germany, some of whose members have served as deacons. Bernard Johan Hendrik Stroman, born 1902 at Rotterdam, a printer, published a study on the "wederdopers" in Vrije Bladen IX (1932) and some novels, including Obbe Philipsz Oudste der Dopers (1935).
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