Pierre Denaut

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Pierre Denaut (20 July 1743 – 17 January 1806) was the tenth bishop of the Roman Catholic diocese of Quebec and the last before it became an Archdiocese. He served as bishop from 1797 to 1806.

He was appointed vicar general in 1790 and coadjutor in 1794. Bishop Hubert resigned in 1797 and Denaut, with Joseph-Octave Plessis now as coadjutor, took charge of the diocese.

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Religious titles
Preceded by
Jean-François Hubert
Bishop of Quebec
1797–1806
Succeeded by
Joseph-Octave Plessis, Archbishop of Quebec