D.C., also Louise
Le Gras, (August 12, 1591 – March
15, 1660) was the co-founder, with Vincent
de Paul, of the Daughters
(c.1510 – 2 December
1560) was a French prelate
and diplomat. De Marillac
was born in Riom, and was by the age of twenty-two an advocate...
- 38°42′07″N 90°18′26″W / 38.701860°N 90.307218°W / 38.701860; -90.307218 Marillac College
was a Catholic
in St. Louis, Missouri. Like other...
de Paul, a French
priest, and Louise
, a widow. The need for organization
with the poor suggested...
(October 1563 in Paris
– 7 August
1632 in Château de Châteaudun) was a French jurist
at the court
XIII of France...
- Tôlanaro Airport
Airport) is an airport
in Tôlanaro, Anosy
(IATA: FTU, ICAO: FMSD). "Air Madagascar
- Jean-Louis de Marillac
de Beaumont-le-Roger (1572 – 10 May 1632) was an important French noble
and military leader during
- René de Marillac
in Poitou, in 1681. With the permission
of the Secretary
for War François-Michel le Tellier, Marquis
de Louvois, Marillac
- Saint Louise
was an all-girls Catholic secondary school
in Northfield, Illinois, United States
from 1967 to 1994, run by the Daughters...
-le-Franc (French pronunciation: [maʁijak lə fʁɑ̃]; Occitan: Marilhac) is a commune
in the Charente department