Heinsberg, Jean De
Heinsberg, Jean De a Belgian prelate of the 15th century, was at first canon of Liege and archdeacon of Hesbaye, and became bishop of Liege at the age of twenty- three. In 1444 he resolved to go to Palestine, in pursuance of a vow, but on arriving at Venice, wrote to the bey of Tunis, and was refused permission. He died in 1459. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.