Belmont, François Vachon de
Belmont, François Vachon de
Fifth superior of the Sulpicians at Montreal, b. at Grenoble, France, 1645; d. 1732

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  • François Vachon de Belmont — François Vachon de Belmont, (3 April 1645 ndash; 22 May 1732), was the fifth superior of the Montreal Sulpicians from 1700 to 1731. [cite book |last=Herbermann |first=Charles George |editor= |title=The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work …   Wikipedia

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