Jelle Jansz Schütt: mayor and leader of the Mennonite congregation at Friedrichstadt on the Eider, Germany; born in Ameland in Holland, 11 November 1802, died 18 January 1895, rendered outstanding service to the congregation in fifty years of untiring devotion and work. On 3 January 1886, he celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his service. In the Hamburg-Altona congregation the name Schütt is also found among the outstanding leaders.
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