- Bervanger, Martin de
- Bervanger, Martin de• A French priest, founder of charitable institutions (1795-1865)
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Martin de Bervanger — (May 15, 1795 – 1865) was a French priest, founder of charitable institutions including the Parisian Institution Saint Nicolas. He was born in Sarrelouis, and died in Paris. After being for some time assistant pastor in his native city, he took… … Wikipedia
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