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Joseph Widmer, a Mennonite preacher in the [[Emmental (Switzerland)|Em­mental]], Switzerland, was seized in February 1649 in the territory of Signau, sent to [[Bern (Switzerland)|Bern]] upon government order, and there placed in solitary con­finement. On account of his advanced age, Widmer was soon released upon the promise to refrain from preaching and to attend church services regularly. The Signau magistrate was to keep a close watch over him. It has not yet been shown whether or not the Widmers who settled in France are descend­ants of this Joseph Widmer.
 
Joseph Widmer, a Mennonite preacher in the [[Emmental (Switzerland)|Em­mental]], Switzerland, was seized in February 1649 in the territory of Signau, sent to [[Bern (Switzerland)|Bern]] upon government order, and there placed in solitary con­finement. On account of his advanced age, Widmer was soon released upon the promise to refrain from preaching and to attend church services regularly. The Signau magistrate was to keep a close watch over him. It has not yet been shown whether or not the Widmers who settled in France are descend­ants of this Joseph Widmer.
 
 
 
= Bibliography =
 
= Bibliography =
 
Bern Archives, <em>Ratsmanual</em>  (1649): 102:119; 102:131; 102:210.
 
Bern Archives, <em>Ratsmanual</em>  (1649): 102:119; 102:131; 102:210.
 
 
 
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Joseph Widmer, a Mennonite preacher in the Em­mental, Switzerland, was seized in February 1649 in the territory of Signau, sent to Bern upon government order, and there placed in solitary con­finement. On account of his advanced age, Widmer was soon released upon the promise to refrain from preaching and to attend church services regularly. The Signau magistrate was to keep a close watch over him. It has not yet been shown whether or not the Widmers who settled in France are descend­ants of this Joseph Widmer.

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Bern Archives, Ratsmanual  (1649): 102:119; 102:131; 102:210.


Author(s) Samuel Geiser
Date Published 1959


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Geiser, Samuel. "Widmer, Joseph (17th century)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1959. Web. 28 Sep 2016. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Widmer,_Joseph_(17th_century)&oldid=86014.

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Geiser, Samuel. (1959). Widmer, Joseph (17th century). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 28 September 2016, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Widmer,_Joseph_(17th_century)&oldid=86014.




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