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Jan Hendricks (Heyndricx), an [[Anabaptism|Anabaptist]] martyr, was strangled and burned at the stake on 21 February 1559 at [[middelburg-zeeland-netherlands|Middelburg]], Dutch province of Zeeland, together with[[Maeyken Daniels (d. 1559)|Mayken Daniels]] and Andries van Laerbeke. They had all three fled from [[Flanders.png|Flanders]]because of their faith and were arrested 15 July 1558. The city government of Middelburg questioned the Catholic priest at [[Roeselare (West-Vlaanderen, Belgium)|Roesselare]], Flanders, about them, indicating that they had lived there. Jan was a native of Waert (Weerden) and was by trade a locksmith.
 
Jan Hendricks (Heyndricx), an [[Anabaptism|Anabaptist]] martyr, was strangled and burned at the stake on 21 February 1559 at [[middelburg-zeeland-netherlands|Middelburg]], Dutch province of Zeeland, together with[[Maeyken Daniels (d. 1559)|Mayken Daniels]] and Andries van Laerbeke. They had all three fled from [[Flanders.png|Flanders]]because of their faith and were arrested 15 July 1558. The city government of Middelburg questioned the Catholic priest at [[Roeselare (West-Vlaanderen, Belgium)|Roesselare]], Flanders, about them, indicating that they had lived there. Jan was a native of Waert (Weerden) and was by trade a locksmith.
 
 
 
= Bibliography =
 
= Bibliography =
 
Pekelharing, K. R. <em>Bijdr. voor de Gesch. van de Hervorming in Zeeland, in Archief Zeeuwsch Genootschap</em> VI (1866): 38-40.
 
Pekelharing, K. R. <em>Bijdr. voor de Gesch. van de Hervorming in Zeeland, in Archief Zeeuwsch Genootschap</em> VI (1866): 38-40.
 
 
 
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Jan Hendricks (Heyndricx), an Anabaptist martyr, was strangled and burned at the stake on 21 February 1559 at Middelburg, Dutch province of Zeeland, together withMayken Daniels and Andries van Laerbeke. They had all three fled from Flandersbecause of their faith and were arrested 15 July 1558. The city government of Middelburg questioned the Catholic priest at Roesselare, Flanders, about them, indicating that they had lived there. Jan was a native of Waert (Weerden) and was by trade a locksmith.

Bibliography

Pekelharing, K. R. Bijdr. voor de Gesch. van de Hervorming in Zeeland, in Archief Zeeuwsch Genootschap VI (1866): 38-40.


Author(s) Nanne van der Zijpp
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