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Aymon de Savoie
Seigneur de Chablais

Other Titles and Honours

Seigneur de Chillon[1]
Seigneur de Montorge[1]
Seigneur de Villeneuve de Vaud[1]
Seigneur d'Agaune[2]

Main Events

Amédée IV and his brother Aymon settled a dispute over their paternal inheritance in 1234, but Amédée's will of 1238 nominated his younger brother Thomas as his heir over Aymon in default of male children. In 1235, Aymon made a donation to the Hautecombe Abbey. He founded the leprosy hospital of Villeneuve in 1236.[3]

Place of death: Choix, Vallese[3]



1. S. Guichenon. Histoire généalogique de la royale maison de Savoie, vol. 1. Turin: chez Jean-Michel Briolo, 1778.

2. C. Cawley. Medieval Lands - A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families. The Foundation for Medieval Genealogy. ©2018.

3. P. Litta, L. Passerini et al. Famiglie celebri di Italia. Milan: Presso P.E. Giusti, 1819-1852

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