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Jeronimus Vermoser, city secretary of Laufen, Aus­tria, and an Anabaptist preacher. He was seized by the Salzburg government before 20 November 1527. There is no record of his fate. Very likely he was one of the thirty-eight persons who were locked into a house in Salzburg and burned to death.


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Date Published 1959

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