Andrezel, Barthelemy Philibert Picon Dí
Andrezel, Barthelemy Philibert Picon Dí, a French priest, was born at Salins in 1757. He participated in the highest assemblies of the clergy held in 1782 and 1786, and was titular of the wealthy abbey of St. Jacut in Brittany. He emigrated to England, but returned to France under the Consulate, and assisted in editing certain papers, among others the Journal des Cures, and afterwards became inspector-general of the university. He died at Versailles, Dec. 12, 1825. He translated into French Fox's work, History of the Reign of James II (published in 1809). D'Andrezel was the editor of the Excerpta e Scriptoribus Graecis of M. Mollevaut, professor, brother of the poet of that name (Paris, 1815). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Gen., s.v.