Jacques de Bourgogne

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Jacques de Bourgogne, seigneur de Fallais (b. c.1515), was a Flemish nobleman and initially supporter of Calvin.[1] He is known for his letter L'Excuse de Noble Seigneur Jacques de Bourgogne, Seigneur de Falais Et de Bredam.

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  1. ^ Gilmont, Jean François (2005). John Calvin and the printed book. p. 15.  "Among the friends Calvin lost, the most distinguished was Jacques de Bourgogne, seigneur de Falais, the highest-ranking nobleman of the Low Countries who had accepted the Reformation."