Champchevrieux, Guillaume De
Champchevrieux, Guillaume de a French religious writer, was born at Orleans in 1558. He was made doctor of theology, and taught in the Convent of La Place Maubert at Paris; but during the political troubles of the time he remained faithful to he king. He became provincial of his order, and labored for its reformation and the extension of its privileges. He died in 1631, leaving De Antiquitate
et Privilegis Ordinis Carmelitani (Paris, 1627), and several-other treatises in MS. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Générale, s.v.