"Gui vicomte de Limoges" confirmed his previous donations to Notre-Dame de Dalon and those of "samre Ermenjart", and adds a donation for the soul of "sa sur Marie", by charter dated An anonymous Chronicon of Saint-Marcial records that "Maria, sorore Guidonis, vicecomitis Lemovicensis" married "Archambladus vicecomes Comborum", when recording the death of the latter in 1277 and the succession of "Guido primogenitus suus" (-before 1284).
An anonymous Chronicon of Saint-Marcial records that "Maria, sorore Guidonis, vicecomitis Lemovicensis" married "Archambladus vicecomes Comborum", when recording the death of the latter in 1277 and the succession of "Guido primogenitus suus" (before 1277) AMICE de Chabanais, daughter of ESCHIVAT de Chabanais & his wife ---.
The precise parentage of Guicharde is not known but, as explained in BURGUNDY DUCHY NOBILITY, it is most likely that she was the daughter of one of the siblings of Humbert [IV] de Beaujeu, Pontia the first wife of Guillaume [IV] Comte de Vienne et de Mcon being the most likely possibility.
"Domini Vicardi Bellijoci " drew up a first testament dated to , when he was unmarried, leaving Beaujeu to his (unnamed) sister and Bugey ("terram de Beuzeis") to "Vicardo, filio domine Vicarde".
Chteauneuf-sur-Charente, to the west of Angoulme, appears too far from Rochechouart.
"Agnes uxor Petri de Bre, soror Archambaldi vicecomitis, et Eboli ac Bernardo", on her deathbed, donated "mansum in villa del Mon" and other properties to Uzerche by undated charter, signed by "Otto Bernars, Petrus de Bre filii sui Guido de Bre".To the east of Angoulme lay Limousin, which included the vicomts of Comborn, Limoges (under the suzerainty of the counts of Angoulme in the early 11th century, as shown by the Chronicle of Admar de Chabannes which records the succession in Limoges "intercedente Willelmo comite Engolismensis"The sources show that the Chteauneuf family which is set out below was closely linked to the vicomtes de Rochechouart (see Chapter 8).The Chteauneuf in question has not been identified with certainty."Ebolus vicecomes et uxor mea Petronilla" donated "ecclesiaa Belmont" to Uzerche by charter dated 1030, witnessed by "Guillelmus filius eius, Archambaldus filius eius, Ebolus filius eius, Rotbertus filius eius"The cartulary of Tulle St Martin records a donation by "Archambaldus et frater meus Ebalus et mater nostra Rotberga" made "pro anima patris nostri Archambaldi qui gladio corruit in die sepultar eius" dated Feb  subscribed by "vicecomitum de Comborn Archambaldi, Ebali et Bernardi et Rotbergan matre eorum"."Rotberga vicecomitissa, uxor Arcambaldi vicecomitis, cum filiis meis Arcambaldo et Ebolo atque Bernardo" donated "duo mansial Maisil in parrochia Sancti Pardulfi de Ortegeiras" to Uzerche by charter dated "Vicecomes Arcambaldus" donated "ecclesiam de Maismac" to Uzerche, with the consent of "mater mea Rotberga et Ermengardis uxor quondam mea, fraterque meus Bernardus et filius meus Ebolus" but excluding "frater meus Ebolus" who withheld his consent, by charter dated (-shortly after Mar 1086, bur Uzerche).