Larroque, Daniel a French theologian and writer, was born at Vitre near 1660. He studied theology, and was about to enter the ministry, when the revocation of the Edict of Nantes drove him to London. After preaching in the capital of England for several months, he went to Copenhagen as minister to Huguenot refugees. In 1690 he returned to France, and became a Roman Catholic; but he failed to meet with success among the Romanists, and he devoted himself mainly to study, and kept in close retirement from the world. He died at Paris September 5, 1731. A list of his writings, which are not of particular interest, is given in Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, 29:697-699.