Bärthl (Bartholomaus) Riedmair (Riedemaier, Riedmaier), also called Schlesinger. He was at first a preacher (Diener) of the Gabrielites, but was removed from his office by Ascherham. On 16 January 1545, he with some followers united with the Hutterian Brethren at Schäkowitz, became a preacher here, and died at Tracht in Moravia on 10 April 1571.
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