Steven Pietersz (d. 1569)
Steven Pietersz, an Anabaptist martyr, was beheaded at Utrecht, Netherlands, on 5 July 1569. Steven was a native of Bunschoten and lived at Amersfoort. He was charged with attending the illegal meetings of the Anabaptists and permitting them to meet in his house.
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