November 6, 1836, Paris, France.

February 26, 1921, Paris, France.

Son of French Reformed minister F. Monod, Theodore trained for the ministry at the Western Theological Seminary in Allegheny, Pennsylvania. He received his preaching license for the Presbytery of Allegheny in January 1861, and that year became pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Kankakee, Illinois. In 1864, he returned to France, where he served as pastor of the Chapelle du Nord and the Reformed Church in Paris, edited Le Libérateur, and was an agent for Home Missions in France. His works include:

  1. O the Bitter Shame and Sorrow
  1. Sur Toi Je Me Repose