Geert H. (16th century)
Geert H. (exact name is unknown), a Mennonite from Danzig, East Prussia, a follower of Dirk Philips, apparently a preacher or elder, who in 1567 was delegated by the Danzig congregation, together with Dirk Philips and Hans Sikken, to settle the quarrels which had arisen in the Netherlands between the Flemish and the Frisians.
Doopsgezinde Bijdragen (1893): 54, 63, note 3, 64.
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