Vrank Willemsz (d. 1531)
Vrank Willemsz (Winsen), of Amsterdam, was one of the first nine Dutch Anabaptists executed for their Anabaptist views. They all recanted, but nevertheless they were put to death at The Hague on 5 December 1531. For particulars see Jan van Delft.
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