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CHAMBODUT, Louis Claude Marie (sham-bo-dew'), clergyman, born in St. Just-en-Chevalet, France, in 1821: died in Galveston, Texas, in 1880. He studied theology in the seminary of Lyons, and, after being ordained deacon, came to the United States in 1845. He was made a priest in St. Louis in 1846, and in 1847 erected a church in Nacog-doches, of which he became pastor. In 1851 he was summoned to the cathedral of Galveston, appointed vicar-general of the diocese, and made administrator of the diocese, when Bishop Odin was transferred to New Orleans. During the war he was unremitting in his care of the wounded, and founded several charitable institutions.
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