See also:family of Parisian butchers in the 14th and 15th century . Guillaume de
See also:Yon is cited as the richest
See also:butcher of the Grande Boucherie in the 14th century . Thefamily played an important role during the quarrels of the Armagnacs and Burgundians . They were among the leaders of the Cabochian revolution of 1413 . Driven out by the Armagnacs, they recovered their influence after the return of the Burgundians to
See also:Paris in 1418, but had to flee again in 1436 when the
See also:constable, Arthur,
See also:earl of
See also:Richmond, took the city .
See also:Garnier de Saint Yon was echevin of Paris in 1413 and 1419;
See also:Jean de Saint Yon, his
See also:brother, was
See also:valet de chambre of the dauphin
See also:Louis, son of
See also:Charles VI . Both were in the service of the king of England during the
See also:English domination .
See also:Richard de Saint Yon was
See also:master of the butchers of the Grande Boucherie in 146o . See A . Langnon, Paris pendant la domination anglaise (Paris, 1878) ; A .
See also:Les Cabochiens et l'ordonnance de 1413 . ST YRIEIA, a
See also:town of west central France, capital of an arrondissement in the department of Haute-Vienne, on the
See also:bank of the Loue, 26 m .
See also:Limoges on the railway to
See also:Brive . Pop . (1906) town 3604, commune 7916 . The town possesses a
See also:church in the early
See also:style known as Le Moiltier, dating from the 12th and 13th centuries, and a tower of the 12th century which is a relic of its fortifications . Its quarries of
See also:kaolin discovered in 1765 were the first known in France . The town owes its name to Aredius (popularly St Yrieix) who in the 6th century founded a monastery to which its origin was due .
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