Ambrose of Soncino
Ambrose Of Soncino was so called because he relinquished the marquisate of Soncino in order to become a Capuchin. After the death of his wife, which happened when he was forty-seven, he obtained from Clement VIII a mission to the captive Christians in Algiers, where he died, in 1601. He left a treatise, On the Sacrament of Penance, and On Holy Living and Dying. See Boverius, in ann. 1601.