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Simon Peter and his brother Andrew were disciples of John the Baptist before following Jesus (John 1:35-42), so they had probably been baptised by him. It also seems from Mark 1 that just about everyone was baptised by John.

And in Acts 2 all Jesus' followers were baptised by the Holy Spirit, so in that sense they all were.

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Q: Were the Twelve who Jesus called baptized?
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When did the twelve apostles form?

The 12 apostles were formed after Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist. Jesus hand picked out all of his 12 disciples.

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What happened when Jesus called John the Baptist to him?

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