NICOLAY , the name of aFrench
See also:family of Vivarais which came rapidly into legal prominence at the end of the 15th century .
See also:Jean Nicolay (d . 1527), son of a bailli of Bourg
See also:Saint-Andeol, became councillor at the
See also:parlement of Toulouse and afterwards at the
See also:Grand Council, chancellor of the
See also:kingdom of Naples, Maitre
See also:des Requetes, and, finally, first
See also:president of the Chambre des Comptes of
See also:Paris (15o6) . This last
See also:post was filled continuously up to the Revolution by his descendants .
See also:Antoine Chretien de Nicolay (1712–1777) became marshal of France in 1775 . His
See also:brother, Aymar Chretien
See also:Francois Michel (1721–1769),
See also:bishop of
See also:Verdun, was first
See also:almoner of
See also:Marie Josephe of Saxony, wife of the dauphin
See also:Louis (d . 1765), and her influential counsellor . See A. de Boislisle, Pieces justificatives pour servir a l'histoire des premiers presidents de la Chambre des Comptes (1873), and Histoire de la niaison de Nicolay (1875) .
NICOLAUS OF LYRA (c. 1265–1349)
PIERRE NICOLE (1625–1695)
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