Chatellain, Jean De
Chatellain, Jean De, a Flemish preacher, of the order of. the Augustines, a native of Tournay, lived in. the former part of the 16th century. He preached with success in the: principal cities of France and Lorraine. Being accused, of favoring, Lutheranism, in spite of the protection offered him by the :magistrates of Metz, he was arrested and burned at- the stake as a heretic, Jan. 12, 1525. Calimet attributes to him the La Chaonique de la Ville de Metz, in rhyme (Metz, 1698, 12mo); but this was written by Jean Chatel. See Biog. Universelle, s.v.