Valois, Felix De
Valois, Felix de a pious Frenchman who, in company with John of Matiha (q.v.), founded the Order of. Brethrene of the Holy Trinity, for the redemption of captives, in the early part of the 13th century. He led a solitary life at Cerfroi, in the diocese of Meaux, where the principal house of the sect still exists. See Jameson [Mrs.], Legends of the Monastic Orders, p. 217 sq.