Crouseilhes, Pierre Vincent, Baron Dombidau De
Crouseilhes, Pierre Vincent, baron Dombidau de a French prelate, born at Pau, July 19, 1751, became grand-vicar at Aix, and afterwards canon of the cathedral. He went abroad during the Revolution, and after his return to France was appointed bishop of Quimper, April 21, 1805, and distinguished himself by his zeal for the imperial government. He also employed himself actively in the promotion of missions. He died June 29, 1823, leaving several Mandements, addressed to refractory Britons, the object of which was the celebration of the victories of Napoleon. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.