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Ten French Baptist Pastors (XIXth Century)

Aimé CADOT (1832-1915)

Aimé CADOT (1832-1915)

Baptized by immersion February 13, 1853 at Saint-Sauveur (Oise) by Jean-Baptiste Crétin, Aimé Antoine Cadot was educated for the pastorate in Paris.
He then left to replace Victor Lepoids in Chauny (Aisne, Picardy) beginning in 1863, “with regret,” that he could not as a result marry the young Parisian lady he had feelings for. Nevertheless he married Ms. Jahiet who helped him for 30 years afterwards (L’Echo de la Vérité, n° 3, p. 20).
He married in a second wedding Harriette Tilly. He led the Church of Chauny for more than 40 years, took on important responsibilities on a national level, and also demonstrated skill as a prolific writer.
His Notes and stories (Notes et récits. . .) (1907) are a capital document in French Baptist memory.