Jaubert (De Barrault), Jean
Jaubert (De Barrault), Jean a French prelate and theologian, was the son of Emeri, count of Barrault, and studied at La Fleche, both philosophy and theology, as an abbot of St. Pierre de Solognac, in the diocese of Limoges. He was consecrated bishop of Bazas at Rome, in August 1612. Two years afterwards he was at the assembly of.the clergy at Paris. He had been designated as grand-almoner to Henrietta Maria of France, queen of England, but the Protestants succeeded in preventing him from getting that position. In 1630 he was appointed archbishop of Aries. He presided over the assembly of the clergy, in 1635, at Paris, where he died, July 30, 1643, leaving Erreurs et Faussetes Remarquables (Bordeaux, 1622-31). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.