Plantier, Claude Henri

Plantier, Claude Henri one of the most prominent members of the French episcopate, was born of humble parentage at Ceyzerieux, in France, in 1813. In 1837 he was made a priest, and soon afterwards he was appointed professor of Hebrew at the theological school of Lyons. In 1,855 he was elected bishop of Nismes, and died May 25, 1875. He was one of the fiercest opponents of Louis Napoleon. See Literarischer Handweiser, 1875, p. 252. (B. P.)

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