Widholz, Endres (16th century)
Endres (Andreas) Widholz, an Anabaptist of Augsburg, Germany, was arrested in September 1527 and expelled from the city on 17 October 1527, with Hans Langenmantel, Hans Kiessling, and Gall Fischer. Widholz was a master in the guild of grocers. After his banishment his wife put their home at the disposal of the congregation for meetings.
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