A glorious record of their sufferings is to be found in the Diary of Sozzini, the Sienese historian, and in the Commentaries of Blaise de Monluc, the French representative in Siena.
MONLUC, or Montluc, the name of a French family.
The house of Lasseran-Mansencomme, which possessed the estate of Monluc in Agenais, and took its name in the 16th century, is held to be a branch of the family of Montesquiou.
Marshal Blaise de Monluc (d.
1577), author of the Commentaires, had a son, Pierre Bertrand, called the Capitaine Peyrot, who perished in an expedition to Madeira in 1566, and another son, Fabien de Monluc, whose granddaughter, Jeanne de Monluc (d.
Jean de Monluc, brother of the marshal, was bishop of Valence and Die, and distinguished himself in several embassies.
He died in 1 579, leaving a natural son, Jean de Monluc (d.
MONTLUC (or MoNLuc), [[Blaise De Lassaran-Massencome, Seigneur De]] (c. 1 5 02 - 1 577), marshal of France, was born about 1502, at the family seat near Condom in the modern department of Gers.