Rehlinger, Ulrich (d. 1547)

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Ulrich Rehlinger (Rechlinger, Rhelinger) (d. 1547), an important mayor of Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany, 1523-1535, a zealous promoter of the Reformation, belonged to the local Schwenckfelder circle with his wife Ursula, nee Gossenbrot, and his son Jacob. The noted Johann Rehlinger who was often consulted by the Regensburg council was his brother.

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Author(s) Eberhard Teufel
Date Published 1959


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