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Georg Gross, often called Pfersfelder, was a Prot­estant baron in the 16th century, who was interested in [[Schwenkfelder Church|Schwenckfelder]] and [[Anabaptism|Anabaptist]] ideas and de­fended the victims of persecution in the area of [[Nürnberg (Freistaat Bayern, Germany)|Nürnberg]], [[Germany|Germany]]. For a fuller biographical ac­count see [[Pfersfelder, Georg (16th century)|Pfersfelder, Georg]].
 
Georg Gross, often called Pfersfelder, was a Prot­estant baron in the 16th century, who was interested in [[Schwenkfelder Church|Schwenckfelder]] and [[Anabaptism|Anabaptist]] ideas and de­fended the victims of persecution in the area of [[Nürnberg (Freistaat Bayern, Germany)|Nürnberg]], [[Germany|Germany]]. For a fuller biographical ac­count see [[Pfersfelder, Georg (16th century)|Pfersfelder, Georg]].
 
 
 
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Georg Gross, often called Pfersfelder, was a Prot­estant baron in the 16th century, who was interested in Schwenckfelder and Anabaptist ideas and de­fended the victims of persecution in the area of Nürnberg, Germany. For a fuller biographical ac­count see Pfersfelder, Georg.


Date Published 1956


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