Hilarius (16th century)
Hilarius, a minister of the Lutheran Church at Worms, Germany, was won over to the Anabaptist views in January 1527, together with his colleague Jakob Kautz. Both had to answer to the city council for their opinions. Kautz later became a convinced Anabaptist, but about Hilarius no further information is available.
Hege, Christian. Die Täufer in der Kurpfalz : ein Beitrag zur badisch‑pfälzischen Reformationsgeschichte. Frankfurt am Main : Kommissionsverlag von H. Minjon, 1908: 34 f.
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