Blondel, Octovien

Blondel, Octovien a French martyr, was a merchant of precious stones in Paris in 1548. He was arrested, and on his examination gave a full confession of the doctrine of Christ, for which he was committed to prison, where he did much good to the prisoners while awaiting his sentence. He was burned in May, 1560, at Lyons. See Fox, Acts and Monuments, 4:404.

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