Hoel bishop of Mans in the 13th century, made himself quite conspicuous by the part which he took for the English in the revolt of the nobility of Mans against them after the death of William the Conqueror. He suffered imprisonment, and after the accession of Hugo was even obliged to seek a refuge in England. But we find him again at Mans in 1092, and an attendant at the councils of Saumur (1094) and Brives. Later he traveled for a time with pone Urban II. He died July 28, 1096. — Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Géneralé, 24, 859. (J. H. W.)

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