Villotte, Jacques

Villotte, Jacques a French missionary, was born at Bar-le-Duc, Nov. 1, 1656. In 1673 he entered the Order of the Jesuits, and, after teaching for some time, was sent (1688) to America, where (Aug. 15, 1691) he took the four monastic vows. After zealous labors there, he set out on his return to France (Oct. 29, 1708), stopping to report at Rome (1709), and finally took charge of different colleges of the order till his death, which occurred at St. Nicolas, near Nancy Jan. 14,1743. He left some religious works, which are enumerated in Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Géneralé, s.v.

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