Bremond, Antoine a French theologian and historian of the Dominican order, was born at' Cassy, in Provence, in 1692. In 1716 he was sent as missionary to Martinique, but was obliged, on account of his health, to return to Rome, where he confined himself to the publication of the Bullaire de l'Ordres de Saint Dominique, which appeared from 1729 to 1740. He was appointed in 1748 general of his order, and died in 1755. He wrote, De Germana Stirpe Sancti Dominici (ibid. 1740): — De Illustr. Viris Petro Martyre Sansio et Francisco Serrano. et aliis in Fokienna Provincia Martyribus (ibid. 1753): — Annaliun Ordinis Praedicatorum Volumen Primum (ibid. 1756). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.