Cazes, Jean De
Cazes, Jean de a French martyr, was condemned because he visited Arnold Moniere, a heretic, in prison. After his examination he was sentenced to be burned. When the time came for his martyrdom, he was dragged through the streets to the place of execution, and bound to the stake, where he made full confession of his faith, and gave many earnest exhortations to the people. During his imprisonment he bore his sufferings with great, patience, and constantly urged the people to trust in God. Trumpets were sounded to prevent those present from hearing his words. He was burned at Bordeaux in 1556. See Fox, Acts and Monuments, 4, 425.