Jean Bochart de Champigny
Jean Bochart de Champigny, Sieur de Noroy et de Verneuil, chevalier (after 1645 – December 1720, Havre-de-Grâce), was Superintendent of Finances (with Michel de Marillac) from 1624 to 1626 and intendant of New France from 1686 to 1702. He was the son of Jean Bochart de Champigny, intendant of Rouen, and Marie Boivin.
- "Jean Bochart de Champigny". Dictionary of Canadian Biography (online ed.). University of Toronto Press. 1979–2005.
- the Canadian Encyclopedia
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