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...Du Val, André Gamaches, Philippe de London Orléans Paris Sainte-Beuve, Jacques de Sorbonne Nicolas Ysambert (sometimes also spelt Isambert) was born in Orléans in 1569 (or perhaps 1565) and died in Paris on 14 May 1642. He is one...
...Bernard Guyard (sometimes also spelt Guyart) was born in Craon (in the diocese of Angers) in 1601 and died in Paris on 19 July 1674. He entered the Dominican order by joining the convent of Rennes and then left to continue his training...
...Sinnich, John John Sinnich was born in Co. Cork in 1603 and died in Louvain in 1666. He was the son of Maurice Sinnich and Eleanor Hogan. He was schooled in Cork city before embarking, probably in the early 1620s, for the University...
...Bernard Riquet (his birth name) was born in Nogent-le-Rotrou in 1603 and died in Rouen on 28 August 1694. He entered the Discalced Carmelite order in 1623. After his studies he taught philosophy and theology in various colleges of the order...
...Callaghan, John John Callaghan (MacCallaghan, O’Callaghan) was born in Killone, Co. Cork in 1605 and died in France in 1654. He was the fifth son of Dermot Callaghan and his wife Catherine. His father was a distant relative of the Catholic...
...Ariège Foix Pamiers Rome Toulouse Raymond Mailhat was born in 1611 in the diocese of Pamiers (Ariège) and died in Rome in 1693. We know that he left Pamiers when he was young to study the humanities in Toulouse and that he entered...
...Germain, Joseph-Louis Joseph-Louis Germain was born in Auvergne, France on 3 January 1633. Germain entered the Jesuit order in 1756 and underwent the prescribed Jesuit education. He taught humanities, philosophy and theology at several...
...Bouvart, Martin Martin Bouvart (baptized as Samuel) was born on 15 August 1637 in Chartres, France. He went to a school at Blois for his training in classics and humanities, and then he joined the Jesuit noviciate in Paris in 1658, where he...
...Antoine Goudin was born in Limoges in 1639 and died in the famous Dominican convent of Saint-Jacques on 25 October 1695. He joined the preaching friars in his home town in 1657. There he studied philosophy and theology, was ordained...
...Oise Guillaume de Contenson (also Contensous) was born in Auvillar (Tarn-et-Garonne), into a scholarly family, and died young in Creil (Oise) in 1674, at the age of only thirty-three. He was the enfant terrible of French Dominican theology...