Charter of Grimoard of St. Germain, 1124

Year

1124

Summary

Grimoard of St. Germain gives a manse to the Cistercian Abbey of Cadouin in exchange for seventeen livres and ten sols of Tours. In the notice of this sale, he expresses the desire to go to Jerusalem with the knight, William of Biron.

Text

Notum sit quod ego Grimoardus de Sancto-Germano pater Galterii de Sancto-Germano, volens adire Jerusalem cum Guillelmo de Biron, milite, pro salute...dedit [sic] Aymerico, abbati Caduniensi, mansum de Daenairada. Et sciendum est quod pro hoc dono recepit idem Grimoardus ab eodum abbate caritative et a fratribus ejusdem domus XVII libras et X solidos turonensis monete...apud Sanctum-Avitum-Seniorem, anno MCXXIIII, V idus maii, Calixto papa sancte Romane ecclesie presidente, Ludovico rege Francorum imperante, Willelmo Petragoricensi ecclesie ministrante.

Archival Reference

Le cartulaire de l'abbaye de Cadouin précédé de notes sur l'histoire économique du Périgord méridional à l'époque féodale, ed. Jean-M. Maubourguet (Cahors, 1926), pp. 37-8.

Citation

“Charter of Grimoard of St. Germain, 1124,” Independent Crusaders Project, accessed November 24, 2020, https://independentcrusadersproject.ace.fordham.edu/items/show/2334.

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