|Bishop of Quebec|
|Installed||June 12, 1788|
|Term ended||September 1, 1797|
|Predecessor||Louis-Philippe Mariauchau d'Esgly|
|Other posts||Coadjutor Bishop of Quebec|
February 23, 1739|
Quebec City, Canada, New France
|Died||October 17, 1797
Quebec City, Lower Canada
Jean-François Hubert, (February 23, 1739 – October 17, 1797), bishop of Quebec, trained at the Sulpician seminary in Montreal. He was taken under the protection of Bishop Dubreil and served for a time as the bishop's secretary.
After Bishop Dubreil died in 1760, Hubert became secretary to vicar general Jean-Olivier Briand the following year. Briand became bishop of the Diocese of Quebec and, in 1766, Hubert was the first ordination by the bishop.
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