1704'. Mother Marie Guerin sent a letter to the Daughters of Charity in Poland in which she expressed her grief and joy of the blessed dead of five sisters (three French born and two Polish), victims of their dedication to patients of the plague.
1735. The death of Fr.Jean Bonnet, the 6th Superior General of the Congreation of the Mission and the Daughters of Charity. He was very astute in legislating laws for both Congregations and enacted many norms which modernized these institutions.
1747. Pastor of Marly-la-Ville, on his behalf and that of Directors of the hospital, signed with Mother Marie Anne Bonnejoye contract for establishment of two sisters in the hospital. They were about joining another two sisters already in the service of the parish.
1792. In Paris, hundreds of prisoners detained in prisons and two hundred priests in the Carmes were killed. Starting at nine thirty in Saint Fermin seminary, seventy-two priests beatified by Pope Pius XI on October 17, 1926 were executed. Among them are were seminary superior, Fr. Louis-Joseph François CM, who since August 13, that the seminar has become a prison for priests, has been commissioned to keep it confined in a state of intense spiritual life and Fr. Jean-Henri Gruyer CM , who was at the seminary since August 8.
1936. Sister Vazquez and three other Daughter of Charity from Albacete are executed by firing squad in Vallecas.