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Charter 2: Extrait d'une charte accordee a l'abbaye du Mont-Saint-Michel par la Duchesse Gonnor et souscrite par Neel
Charter 2: Extrait d'une charte accordee a l'abbaye du Mont-Saint-Michel par la Duchesse Gonnor et souscrite par Neel
In nomine etc. Ego Gonnor esse tam presentibus quam absentibus, omnibus utique sub christianitatis titulo degentibus, notum volo quod, meorum immensitatem criminum metuens, viteque celestis gaudium desiderans, duo aloda, Brittavillam videlicet et Donnum Johannem (1), quae michi meus sancte recordationis vir Richardus comes cum plurimis in dotalicium dedit, loco beati Michaelis fratribusque ibidem regulariter Deo servientibus, pro anime ipsius dicti viri precipue remedio, deinde pro meae animae et corporis filiorumque meorum Richardi comitis archiepiscopique Rotberti et aliorum salute, quorum voluntate, consensu donationeque id ago, perpetualiter possidenda trado et tribuo etc. Ut autem hujus donationis auctoritas verius credatur, et diligentius per omnia conservetur, firmiusque futuris teneatur temporibus, manibus filiorum meorum, comitis quidem et archiepiscopi subter firmandam corroborandamque tradidi,

Roberti archiepiscopi
Maalgerii
Rotberti
Hugonis Constanciensis episcopi
Hugonis Baiocacensis episcopi
Hugonis Sais episcopi
Regerii episcopi
Norgoti episcopi
Heldeberti abbatis
Willelmi abbatis
Uspac abbatis,
Willelmi laici
Rotberti comitis
Gosfredi
Willelmi
Radulfi
Tursteni
Tescelini vicecomitis
Herluini
Anschetil vicecomitis
Willelmi filii Tursteni
Hugonis laici
Geraldi
Osmundi clerici
Gaufredi
Arfast
Nielli
Guimundi
Anschitilli
Milonis
Rainaldi
Odonis
Rannulfi.

Ricardus comes (1)

Histoire du château et des sires de Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte suivie de ...
By Léopold Delisle
pg. 3-4 
  1 Apr 2020
Mont St.-Michel Charter 703: Charter of Gonnor [relict of Duke Richard].
Mont St.-Michel Charter 703: Charter of Gonnor [relict of Duke Richard].
In fear for the greatness of her crimes, and desiring the joy of life in heaven, she delivers to Mont St. Michel and the brethren there serving God, as their possession for ever, two alods (aloda), namely Britavilla and Domjean (donnum Johannem) which her husband count Richard, of blessed memory, had given her, with more [estates], in dower; [and this she does] chiefly for the good of his soul, and then for the weal of her own soul and body, and then for the weal of her sons count Richard, archbishop Robert, and others, who gives their consent .... These alods she bestows on the abbey, [calling]Chris and the whole church towitness,with [their] lands, cultivated or not, churches, mills, meadows, and all appurtenances, and with all the rents and dues which she has possessed there to that day, to hold free of claim or question from any of her successors, relatives or any one else. Curses on those who infringe the gift.

[Signa]
Robertiarchiepiscopi
Maalgerii
Roberti
Hugonis Constanciensis episcopi
Hugonis Baiocensis episcopi
Hugonis Sais episcopi
Rogeri episcopi
Norgoti episcopi
Heldeberti abbatis
Willelmi abbatis
Uspac abbatis
Willelmi Laici

[Signa]
Roberti comitis
Godefridi
Willelmi
Radulfi
Tursteni
Tescelina vicecomitis
Herluini
Anchetil vicecomitis
Willelmi filii Tursteni
Hugonis Laici
Gerardi
Osmundi clerici
Gaufridi
Arfast
Nielli (Nigel)
Guimundi (Wimund)
Anschitilli
Milonis
Rainaldi
Odonis
Rannulfi 
  1 Apr 2020
Mont St.-Michel Charter 702: Charter of Richard (II) duke and prince of the Normans.
Mont St.-Michel Charter 702: Charter of Richard (II) duke and prince of the Normans.
A Confirmation Charter that confirms a historical (1026) charter

Original in archives Cartulary fo. 20 Trans Vol. II fo. 209

702. Charter of Richard (II) duke and prince of the Normans.
Seeking to escape the pains of hell, and obtain the joys of paradise, after the death of his body, hedelivers to Mont-St.-Michel, and the breathern there serving God as monks, the abbey of St. Pair (Sanctus Paternus) in the Cotentin etc. etc. (lands in Normandy specified) and the land of Peter the monk in the island of Gersoi, ... also a certain vill in the Bessin, Versum by name .... Moreover he confirms his mother's gift to Britavilla, of which she made offering to Mont St.-Michel for her weal and that of his father and of himself and his brothers, and which was of her dower ..... (privileges of the abbey defined). All this he delivers to God and St. Michael for the redemption of his soul, for the weal of [those of] his father, mother, and wife, his son Richard and his other sons, by whose consent etc. [as in Gonnor's charter].

[Signa]
Richard comitis
Richardi filii ejus
Roberti filii ejus.

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Details of original charter above & confirmed later by:
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Ego Maugisus sancte Abrincatensis ecclesie episcopus hanc donationis cartulam manu propria voluntarie confirmo.

I Maugisus Abrincatensis holy church of this charter of gift with his own readily confirm.
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Testes [Witnesses to the Confirmation Charter]:
Robertus archiepiscopus: Robert archbishop
Hugo episcopus Ebroicensis: Hugh the Bishop of Avranches
Herbertus episcopus Luxoviensis: Herbert the Bishop of Luxoviensis
Niellus vicecomes: Nigel (Niel) Sheriff [Nigel Fossard]
Tursten vicecomes: Thurstan Sheriff [Thurstan le Goz]
Alveredus vicecomes: Alvered, Sheriff
Walterius vicecomes: Walter, Sheriff [Walter d'Lacy]
Richardus vicecomes: Richard, Sheriff
Guimundus vicecomes: Wimund, Sheriff [Wimund le Goz]
Herbertus: Herbert
Osbernus frater comitisse: Osbern brother of the Countessa
Hunfredus frater ejus: Humfrey his brother
Roscelinus: Roscelin
Normannus Silveron: Norman Silveron
Bernardus filius ejus: Bernardus brother of Norman Silveron
Osbernus filius Arfast: Osbern son of Arfast [Osbern de Crepon, the Steward]
Ranulfus frater ejus: Ralph brother of Osbern son of Arfast [Ralph de Crepon]
Hugo clericus: Hugh, cleric
et multi alii: and many others

Source: Calendar of documents preserved in France: illustrative of the ..., Volume 1
edited by John Horace Round pg. 250

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  1 Apr 2020
Abbey of Hambye Charter 18: Gift by William Paynel to the abbey of Hambye.
Abbey of Hambye Charter 18: Gift by William Paynel to the abbey of Hambye.
Gift by William Paynel to the abbey of Hambye of 100s. rent in his manor of Drax [Yorkshire; 1086 Ralph Paynel], Carlton [Yorkshire; 1086 Ilbert d'Lacy] and Camblesforth [Yorkshire; 1086 Ralph Paynel], 60s. in Bingham [co. Nottingham; 1086 Roger of Bully], and 40s. in Garthorpe [co. Leicester], until he should assign 10li. in lands or churches; and confirmation of the tithe of his land in the Cotentin [Normandy] which his father had given, and other tithe in Brehal, Hambye, La Haye [Pesnel], and ? Bourey [a canton of Brehal], and also the church of Hambye and land there. Also gift of the tithe of all his acquisitions in Normandy and England. He gave the 10li. for release of all the promises which his father had made as to his acquisitions in England. [1182-1184]

Cartulaire dela Basse-Normandie (P.R.O. transcripts), ii, p. 49. no. 3. Abstr. in Round, Cal. Docs. France, no. 917. 
  18 Mar 2020
Abbey of Hambye Charter 17: Confirmation by Walter, Bishop of Rouen.
Abbey of Hambye Charter 17: Confirmation by Walter, Bishop of Rouen.
Confirmation by Walter, Bishop of Rouen, to the abbey of Hambye of the alms given by William Paynel and his sons Hugh and Fulk, as in the charter (exemplified) of Algar, Bishop of Coutances. at Lessay, 28 Jun 1194.

Cartulaire de la Basse-Normandie (P.R.O. transcripts), ii. p. 51, no. 5. Absent in round, Cal. Docs. France, no. 918.

"Willelmus Paganellus et Hugho et Fulconius filii ejus" 
  18 Mar 2020
Abbey of Marmoutier, Tours Charter 1225: Charter of Henry I. addresed to G[erard] archbishop [of York] and Osbert the sheriff and all his barons.
Abbey of Marmoutier, Tours Charter 1225: Charter of Henry I. addresed to G[erard] archbishop [of York] and Osbert the sheriff and all his barons.
He grants to the monks of Marmoutier the endowment of Ralf Paynel (Paganelli) inlands, churches and tithes, namely the church of the Holy Trinity of York, free and quit, with all that the monks hold within and without the city, belonging to that church, and with all the dues it enjoyed in his father's time and before. What Ralph Paynel has given for support of the monks of Holy Trinity is this: the church itself, with three crofts belonging to it lying to the west of the city; the church of St. Helen, in the city, with its appurtenances; the toft of a deacon in front of that church; in Lincolnshire, the church of Erneham with its appurtenances in lands and tithes, and the tithe of his own hall, and two-thirds of the tithes of the halls of Asceleia and of Scalebeia, of the free which Odo de Tescet holds; similarly, two-thirds ofthe tithe of Tablesberie, from the hall, of the fee which Ralf de Rolliaco holds; the church of Rase, with its appurtenances in all things, and the tithe of the hall and of the whole vill, the church of Bertona with its appurtenances, the church of Rochesberia with its appurtenances and the titheof the hall' in Yorkshire, a fishery at Drach (Drax), with the tithe of the other fisheries, and in Bardulbeia all that Merlesuain held, the church of Neutona with its appurtenances and the tithe of the hall, in Monechetona the land of one plough, the church of Leddes with its appurtenancesand the tithe of the hall and half a carcucate of land, which Reginald held, in addition to the land previously belonging to the church, also the whole tithe of the hall of Straton, the church of Hoton with its appurtenances and the tithe of the hall, the church of St. Helen of Ternesco, with its appurtenances, the church of St. John of Adela and one carcuate of land and the tithe of Ardinton and of all the vills belonging to it and the tithe of thehall, a moiety also ofthe church of Cramban with its appurtenances which is of his [the king's] fee, the church of Berton in Bidale, with its appurtenances and the tithe of the hall, the tithe also of Fademore. Afterwards, Ralf, his wife Mathildis and sons consenting, gave all Straton of which had previously giventhe tithe, namely five carucates of land.

Actum est hoc Eboraci videntibus istis et audientibus:
Radulfo eodem Paganelli
Eudone dapifero
Willelmo de Albiniaco
et ejus fratre Nigello
Radulfo de Roiliaco
Alano Floaldi filio
Rannulfo thesaurario 
  18 Mar 2020
Charters of Abbey of Marmoutier, Tours 1180: Charter of Henry I, granting to abbot Hilgot and the monks of Marmoutier.
Charters of Abbey of Marmoutier, Tours 1180: Charter of Henry I, granting to abbot Hilgot and the monks of Marmoutier.
Charter of Henry I, granting to abbot Hilgot and the monks of Marmoutier, for the souls of his fatherand mother,and for absolution of his crimes and those of Mathildis his wife, whatever was given by his father William king of the English, in Normandy or in England, or by his nobles, namely the churchesof Guernsey, Heauville, Bohun, Porrieres, Vosly, with all their appurtenances, and what Ralph Paganellus gave them at York, namely, the church of the Holy Trinity.
 
  18 Mar 2020
Mont St.-Michel Charter 717: Charter of Robert duke of the Normans, son of William, most glorious king of the English.
Mont St.-Michel Charter 717: Charter of Robert duke of the Normans, son of William, most glorious king of the English.
For the weal of his soul and those of his father and mother and all his predecessors, he grants to Mont St. Michel - and for the soul of his brother Henry - that a market be held for ever in the vill called Ardevon' and a fair, annually in the same vill, on the Nativity of the Virgin; and in Rouen, land for building a house thereon. This gift was made in theyear 1088, the worshipful and strenuous Robert being abbot of Mont St. Michel.

[Signa]
Roberti comitis (Normandie)
R[otberti] comitis de Mellent
Simonis de Cymilleio
W[illelmi] de Bretuil [de Brehal?]
R[oberti] vicecomitis
W[illelmi] de Tornebu
Pagani de Vilers
R[adulfi] Paganelli
R[oberti] filii Anschetilli
W[illelmi] monachi de Archis
Alberici de Cuceio
R. capellani
Roberti comitis 
  18 Mar 2020
Mont St.-Michel Charter 704: Charter of count Rotbert, son of Richard the Great duke and prince of the Normans.
Mont St.-Michel Charter 704: Charter of count Rotbert, son of Richard the Great duke and prince of the Normans.
Charter of count Rotbert, son of Richard the Great duke and prince of the Normans, restoring to St. Michael his altar, with the whole monastery, for the monks to enjoy all the offerings made there by God's faithful people, for the profit of the place, that it may never more be in the custody of [any] clerks or laymen, but of the abbot of monks. And this he does for the good of the souls of his relatives, of his father and mother, his brothers and sisters, and his own. Curses on violators of the charter. He, by the grace of God, duke of the Normans, confirms the gift, making, with his own hand, the sign of the cross, and causes it to be confirmed by the witness of these his lieges: --

Hugo Baiocensis episcopus
Herbertus Lesvicacensis episcopus
Hugho Abrincatensis episcopus
Johannes Fiscanensis abba (sic)
Gislebertus filius Godefridi comitis
Anschitillus Baiocensis vicecomes
Hugo vicecomes filius Turstingi
Ricardus de Crolei
Nigellus vicecomes
Fulco filius Gerardi
Rabel
Willelmus filius Turstingi
et alii quam plures
Suppo monachus
Jozelinus monachus
 
  18 Mar 2020
Mont St.-Michel Charter 701: Charter of Richard (II) duke and prince of the Normans.
Mont St.-Michel Charter 701: Charter of Richard (II) duke and prince of the Normans.
Seeking to escape the pains of hell and obtain the joys of paradise, after the death of his body, he delivers to Mont St. Michel, and the brethern there serving Godas monks a certain vill of his own alod (alodii) in the Bessin, Versum by name, with all its lands cultivated or not, and all the mills, with meadows and woods. This he does for the redemption of his soul and those of his father and mother, his wife and his sons. Curses on those who violate this testimony of his gift (hujus donationis testamentum).

[Signa]
Richardi magni comitis: Richard the Great Count r. 996-1026
Richardi filii ejus: Richard his son (Richard III, Duke of Normandy
Roberti filii ejus: Robert his son (Robert I, Duke of Normandy)
Willelmi: William (Duke William I, of Normandy OR William, count of Arques)
Gonnor matris comitis: Gonnora the Count's mother d. 5 Jan 1031
Papie uxoris comitis: Poppa the wife of the Count (Poppa of Envermeu)
Rotberti archiepiscopi: Robert of Canterbury
Hughonis Baiocensis episcopi: Hugh d'Ivry Bishop of Bayeux r. 1011-1049
Hugonis Ebroicensis episcopi: Hugh Bishop of Avranches r. 1028-1060
Maugisi Albrincatensis episcopi

Cartulary, fo. 21. Trans. Vol. II. fo. 215.

Source: Calendar of documents preserved in France: illustrative of the ..., Volume 1
edited by John Horace Round pg. 249

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  18 Mar 2020

St. John Death Records

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Floyd St. John(1898-1898)
Floyd St. John(1898-1898)
Death Certificate 
  29 Mar 2020

Individuals

 ID   Last Name, Given Name(s)   Born/Christened   Location   Last Modified 
I105553925 
de Lacy, William 
   1 Apr 2020
I105553770 
de Lacy, Hugh 
   1 Apr 2020
I105553923 
le Goz, Nigel vicomte 
   1 Apr 2020
I105553924 
le Goz, Anschitil vicomte 
   1 Apr 2020
I105553922 
le Goz, Wimund I, Vicomes 
b. abt. 995  Normandy, France  1 Apr 2020
I105553757 
d'Avranches, Emma fitz William Abrincis 
   1 Apr 2020
I105553645 
le Goz, William son of Wimund (II) Paynel, d'Avranches 
b. 1035   1 Apr 2020
I105553642 
le Goz, Wimund II, Dapifer 
b. abt. 1020   1 Apr 2020
I105553729 
le Goz-de Moyaux, Robert (fitz Wimarc) d'Essex;m. Beatrice 
b. 1007   1 Apr 2020
I105553624 
le Goz, Thurstan 
b. 994-1000   1 Apr 2020



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