Bishopric of Chalon-sur-Saône

The former French Catholic diocese of Chalon-sur-Saône[1] existed until the French Revolution. After the Concordat of 1801, it was suppressed, and its territory went to the diocese of Autun.[2] Its see was Chalon Cathedral.

Bishops

To 1000

  • Donatien ca. 346
  • Paul I. L'Ancien
  • Paul II. L'Jeune ca. 470
  • Johann I.
  • Tranquille ca. 484
  • Saint Sylvestre ca. 517–526
  • Didier 531
  • Saint Agricole ca. 532–580
  • Flavius 580–ca. 595
  • Saint Loup 601–602
  • Wandelin 603
  • Gelion 641
  • Saint Great
  • Desiré (Didon) 666
  • Antistius
  • Amblacus
  • Hubert 779
  • Fova (Faof) ca. 813–ca. 838
  • Milon
  • Godescalc ca. 853–ca. 860
  • Gerebald ca. 864–ca. 885
  • Warnulf ? 885
  • Stephan 886–889
  • Ardrad 889–ca. 925
  • Axoran
  • Stactée
  • Durand I.
  • Hildebold 944
  • Frotgaire 961
  • Raoul 977–986

1000 to 1300

  • Lambert 1017
  • Gottfried I. 1017–1040
  • Hugo I. 1040
  • Guy I. 1044–ca. 1058
  • Aicard ca. 1058–1072
  • Rocrène (Roderic) 1072–ca. 1078
  • Walter I. 1080–1121
  • Gothaud 1121–1126
  • Gautier de Sercy ca. 1128–ca. 1156
  • Peter I. ca. 1158–ca. 1173
  • Engilbert ca. 1175–1183
  • Robert I. 1185–1215
  • Durand II. 1215–1231
  • Guillaume de La Tour 1231–1245
  • Alexandre de Bourgogne-Montaigu 1245–1261
  • Thibaud 1261–1264
  • Guy de Sennecey 1264–1269
  • Ponce de Sissey 1269–1273
  • Guillaume du Blé 1273–1294
  • Guillaume de Bellevesvre 1294–1301

1300 to 1500

  • Robert de Decize 1302–1315
  • Berthaud de La Chapelle de Villiers 1315–1333
  • Hugue de Corrabeuf 1333–1342
  • Pierre de Chalon 1342–1345
  • Jean Aubryot 1346–1351
  • Renaud 1351–1353
  • Jean de Mello 1354–1357
  • Jean Germain 1357–1361
  • Jean de Saint-Just 1361–1370
  • Jean de Salornay 1371–1372
  • Geoffroy de Saligny 1373–1374
  • Nicolas de Vères 1374–1386
  • Guillaume de Saligny 1386–1387
  • Olivier de Martreuil 1387–1405
  • Jean de La Coste 1405–1408
  • Philibert de Saulx 1409–1413
  • Jean D'Arsonval 1413–1416
  • Hugue D'Orges 1416–1431
  • Jean Rolin 1431–1436
  • Jean Germain 1436–1461
  • Jean de Poupet 1461–1480
  • André de Poupet 1480–1503

From 1500

  • Jean de Poupet de La Chaux 1503–1531
  • Antoine de Vienne 1531–1552
  • Louis Guillart 1553–1561
  • Antoine Herlaut 1561–1573
  • Jacques Fouré 1573–1578
  • Pontus de Thiard de Bissy 1578–1594
  • Cyrus de Thiard de Bissy 1594–1624
  • Jacques de Neuchèze 1624–1658
  • Jean de Meaupeou 1658–1677
  • Henri-Félix de Tassy 1677–1711
  • François Madot 1711–1753
  • Louis-Henri de Rochefort D'Ailly 1753–1772
  • Joseph-François D'Andignè de La Chasse 1772–1781
  • Jean-Baptiste du Chilleau 1781–1790

Notes

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