Hennequin, Aimar a French prelate, became abbot of Epernay, and afterwards bishop of Rennes. He took an active part in the insurrection of the Parisians, May 16, 1588. In February following the duke of Mayence appointed him general colunsellor of the union. On the recognition of Henry IV (March 22, 1594) the bishop of Rennes retired to his diocese, where he died in 1596, leaving, Les Confessions de Saint Augustin (Paris, 1577): — Brevis Descriptio
Sacrificii Missae (1579): — Imitation de Jesus-Christ (Paris, 1582). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.