Jouffroi (Lat Jofedus), Jean De
Jouffroi (Lat. Jo.f-edus), Jean De a French prelate, was born at Luxueil (Franche-Comte) about 1412. He studied at Dol, Cologne, and Pavia, and taught three years in the last- named place. He assisted at the Council of Ferrara in 1438, and was engaged in several important religious and diplomatic missions. In 1430 he became bishop of Arras, and in 1461 cardinal. He died November 24, 1473. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.