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Peter Schuster, an ironmonger of Leoben, Styria, Austria, in whose cross-examination records is found the note: "Peter Schuster has become an Anabaptist. To be investigated." On 21 April 1529, Ferdinand (from Speyer) sent to his chamberlain Veit Zollner the property of the two Anabaptists Franz Intzinger and Peter Schuster.

See Leoben


Date Published 1959


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