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Chlodulf (Arnulfing) Metz

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Saint Clodulf (Chlodulf) Metz formerly Arnulfing aka Bishop of Metz
Born after in Austrasia, Francemap
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Biography

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Burial

Burial:
Place: , Metz, Austrasia, France

Ancestral File Number

Ancestral File Number: 9GC9-35

User ID

User ID: 71AAB4442055374896984FBD8E41E1F4E53B

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Death

Death:
Date: 690

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Title

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Bio

About Chlodulf (Cloud) de Metz, Bishop of Metz Ben notes: name spellings as accepted by Wikipedia were as follows:

French (modern home country): Clodulf de Metz, Chlodulf, Clodoul, Cloud

German: Chlodulf von Metz, Flodulf, Glodulf, Childulf

English: Chlodulf of Metz, Clodulphe, Clodould, St. Cloud

Italian: San Clodolfo di Metz, San Clodoaldo, St. Cloud

Dutch: Chlodulf van Metz, Clodulphe, Clodould, St. Cloud

Portuguese: Clodulfo de Metz

Norwegian: Klodulf av Metz

Hungarian: Metzi Chlodulf, Szent Chlodulf, Clodulphe, Clodould

Polish: Klodulf, Chlodulf

I would propose using the modern home country version of the name.

From the Wikipedia page on Chlodulf of Metz:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chlodulf_of_Metz

Saint Chlodulf (Clodulphe or Clodould) or more commonly Saint Cloud (605 – June 8, 696 or June 8, 697, others say May 8, 697) was bishop of Metz approximately from 657 to 697. (French Wikipedia says that he was born at least two years before his father's appointment as Bishop of Metz.)

Chlodulf was the son of Arnulf, bishop of Metz, and the younger brother of Ansegisel, mayor of the palace of Austrasia.

Before his ordination Chlodulf had married an unknown woman and had begotten a son called Aunulf. (French Wikipedia says that in 643-647, he and his brother Ansegisel were regarded as being "vir inluster" or famous men in a letter from Bishop Desire of Cahors. After Ansegisel's marriage, the two brothers were citeded again in an act by King Sigebert III and Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia, Grimoald - Ansegisel's new brother-in-law.)

In 657, he became bishop of Metz, the third successor of his father (who resigned 18 years earlier), and held that office for 40 years. During this time he richly decorated the cathedral St. Stephen. (French Wikipedia says he also sponsored Trudo, a noble from the Hesbaye clan, as a priest at Metz, and bequeathed his property to the cathedral. Trudo's brother later murdered Ansegisel, and Childebert the Adopted killed Grimoald. Chlodulf remained unmolested in all this - possibly involved in a conspiracy against his other family members, thus possibly this serves as a reason why Carolingian historians later attributed unflattering stories to him, and did not pursue the names of his family in building their genealogy.)

He also was in close contact with his sister-in-law Saint Gertrude of Nivelles.

He died in Metz and was buried in the church of St. Arnulf. In Nivelles he was locally venerated as Saint Clou, especially because of his connection to Saint Gertrude. His Feast Day is June 8 (possibly a burial date, as some regard him as having died on May 8).

(According to French Wikipedia: "His wife's name is not given in contemporary documents. But the tradition of Looz indicates that the body of St. Amour was transferred to the church by a Hilda, wife of the noble Clodolfus. This could be her. Whatever the wife's name, she had a son named Aunulf, known from a deed of donation given in 714 to Pepin de Herstal, naming him as his cousin Aunulf, son of Clodulf. The act says that Aunulf died between 697 and 714, and he had no heirs closer than his cousin Pepin. Sometimes another son is attributed to him - a comte named Martin, who fought against the Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia Ebroin, alongside Pepin de Herstal, and was killed in 690. However, incorporation of Martin to the Arnulfians came later, onomastics does not explain his name, and other sources label Martin as a son of the Mayor of the Palace Wulfoald.")

According to the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy page on Merovingian Nobility:

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/FRANKSMaiordomi.htm#_Toc184117350

CHLODULF ([610]-8 May [697], bur Metz, basilique de Saint-Arnoul).

The Gesta Episcoporum Mettensis names (in order) "duos filios Anschisum et Chlodolfum" as sons of Arnulf "iuventutis suæ tempore ex legitimi matrimonii copula" but does not name their mother[54]. The Vita Chrodegangi Episcopi Mettensis names "primogenitus…Clodulfus" as one of the two sons of "Arnulfum sanctum"[55].

The Annales Xantenses names "Clodulfus" as son of "Arnulfus" when recording that he became bishop after his father died[56]. “…necnon et domesticorum Flodulfi, Ansigisili, Bettelini, Gariberti” consented to a donation to the monastery of Stabulo and Malmédy by King Sigebert III in a charter dated to [648][57]. "Childericus rex Francorum, Emnehildis et Bilihildis…reginæ…Gundoino duce et Hodone domestico" confirmed the property of the monastery of Stablo and Malmedy on the advice of "Grimoaldo, Fulcoaldo, Adregisilo, Bobone ducibus, Chlodulfo, Ansegisilo, Gariberto domesticis" by charter dated 6 Sep 667[58], although the presence of "Grimoaldo" in the document ten years after the attested death of the only known Duke Grimoald suggests that the document may have been subject to some alteration.

He was elected Bishop of Metz in 657. Sigeberto's Vita Landiberto episcopi Traiectensis names "Pippinus…principes Francorum…Clodulfi Mettensis episcopi…patruus ipsius"[59]. A list of bishops of Metz records "Chlodulfus" as 32nd bishop, holding the position for 40 years and 20 days, and his death "VIII Id Mai"[60].

married [CHILDA [Hilda], daughter of ---. According to the tradition of Los, the body of St Amour was conferred to "Hilda, femme du noble Clodolfus"[61]. No other reference to the name of Chlodulf's wife has been found.] Chlodulf & his wife had [two] children:

a) [AUNULF (-before 16 Dec 714). He is named only in a charter of Emperor Otto I dated 30 Apr 948, confirming the donation to the church of Metz of property at Russon near Tongres which previously belonged to "Clodulfus … filio suo Aunulfo", and which the latter bequeathed to Pepin on dying[62].]

b) [MARTIN . A 9th century genealogy names "Martinum" as the son of "Flodulfus", son of "beatus Arnulfum", specifying that he killed Ebroin at "Ercriaco palatio" and was later elected a bishop[63]. A charter dated 15 May 653, classified as spurious in the collection, of "Sigisbertus…Francorum rex" purports to record his donation to the monastery "sancti Matthiæ in prædio sancti Petri Trevericæ" and names "consanguinei nostri domini Martini filii Clodulphi filii Arnulphi ducis, ducis Austriæ Mosellanicæ ac Moselant", who is also named among the subscribers of the document[64].]


Bishop of Metz, France, the son of St. Arnulf, born circa 605. He married Goda, who became a nun when Clodulf was ordained. In 657, he was named bishop of Metz. He is also known as Cloud or Clou.


Saint Chlodulf (Clodulphe or Clodould) or more commonly Saint Cloud (605 – June 8, 696 or June 8, 697, others say May 8, 697) was bishop of Metz approximately from 657 to 697.

Chlodulf was the son of Arnulf, bishop of Metz, and the younger brother of Ansegisel, mayor of the palace of Austrasia.

Before his ordination Chlodulf had married an unknown woman and had begotten a son called Aunulf.

In 657, he became bishop of Metz, the third successor of his father, and held that office for 40 years. During this time he richly decorated the cathedral St. Stephen. He also was in close contact with his sister-in-law Saint Gertrude of Nivelles.

He died in Metz and was buried in the church of St. Arnulf. In Nivelles he was locally venerated as Saint Clou, especially because of his connection to Saint Gertrude. His Feast Day is June 8.

[edit] See also

St. Cloud

Clodoald Meroving

[edit] Sources

Les ancêtres de Charlemagne, 1989, Christian Settipani


Saint Chlodulf (Clodulphe or Clodould) or more commonly Saint Cloud (605 – June 8, 696 or June 8, 697, others say May 8, 697) was bishop of Metz approximately from 657 to 697.

Chlodulf was the son of Arnulf, bishop of Metz, and the younger brother of Ansegisel, mayor of the palace of Austrasia.

Before his ordination Chlodulf had married an unknown woman and had begotten a son called Aunulf.

In 657, he became bishop of Metz, the third successor of his father, and held that office for 40 years. During this time he richly decorated the cathedral St. Stephen. He also was in close contact with his sister-in-law Saint Gertrude of Nivelles.

He died in Metz and was buried in the church of St. Arnulf. In Nivelles he was locally venerated as Saint Clou, especially because of his connection to Saint Gertrude. His Feast Day is May 8.

[edit] See also

* St. Cloud * Clodoald Meroving

[edit] Sources

* Les ancêtres de Charlemagne, 1989, Christian Settipani

Saint Chlodulf (Clodulphe or Clodould) or more commonly Saint Cloud (605 – June 8, 696 or June 8, 697, others say May 8, 697) was bishop of Metz approximately from 657 to 697.

Chlodulf was the son of Arnulf, bishop of Metz, and the younger brother of Ansegisel, mayor of the palace of Austrasia.

Before his ordination Chlodulf had married an unknown woman and had begotten a son called Aunulf.

In 657, he became bishop of Metz, the third successor of his father, and held that office for 40 years. During this time he richly decorated the cathedral St. Stephen. He also was in close contact with his sister-in-law Saint Gertrude of Nivelles.

He died in Metz and was buried in the church of St. Arnulf. In Nivelles he was locally venerated as Saint Clou, especially because of his connection to Saint Gertrude. His Feast Day is May 8.


Wikipedia Entry on Chlodulf of Metz (Retrieved 1-22-2009) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clodoule,_Bishop_of_Metz

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Saint Chlodulf (Clodulphe or Clodould) or more commonly Saint Cloud (605 – June 8, 696 or June 8, 697, others say May 8, 697) was bishop of Metz approximately from 657 to 697.

Chlodulf was the son of Arnulf, bishop of Metz, and the younger brother of Ansegisel, mayor of the palace of Austrasia.

Before his ordination Chlodulf had married an unknown woman and had begotten a son called Aunulf.

In 657, he became bishop of Metz, the third successor of his father, and held that office for 40 years. During this time he richly decorated the cathedral St. Stephen. He also was in close contact with his sister-in-law Saint Gertrude of Nivelles.

He died in Metz and was buried in the church of St. Arnulf. In Nivelles he was locally venerated as Saint Clou, especially because of his connection to Saint Gertrude. His Feast Day is May 8.

Sources

* Les ancêtres de Charlemagne, 1989, Christian Settipani

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Saint Chlodulf (Clodulphe or Clodould) or more commonly Saint Cloud (605 – June 8, 696 or June 8, 697, others say May 8, 697) was bishop of Metz approximately from 657 to 697.

Chlodulf was the son of Arnulf, bishop of Metz, and the younger brother of Ansegisel, mayor of the palace of Austrasia.

Before his ordination Chlodulf had married an unknown woman and had begotten a son called Aunulf.

In 657, he became bishop of Metz, the third successor of his father, and held that office for 40 years. During this time he richly decorated the cathedral St. Stephen. He also was in close contact with his sister-in-law Saint Gertrude of Nivelles.

He died in Metz and was buried in the church of St. Arnulf. In Nivelles he was locally venerated as Saint Clou, especially because of his connection to Saint Gertrude. His Feast Day is May 8.


Saint Chlodulf (Clodulphe or Clodould) or more commonly Saint Cloud (605 – June 8, 696 or June 8, 697, others say May 8, 697) was bishop of Metz approximately from 657 to 697.

Chlodulf was the son of Arnulf, bishop of Metz, and the younger brother of Ansegisel, mayor of the palace of Austrasia.

Before his ordination Chlodulf had married an unknown woman and had begotten a son called Aunulf.

In 657, he became bishop of Metz, the third successor of his father, and held that office for 40 years. During this time he richly decorated the cathedral St. Stephen. He also was in close contact with his sister-in-law Saint Gertrude of Nivelles.

He died in Metz and was buried in the church of St. Arnulf. In Nivelles he was locally venerated as Saint Clou, especially because of his connection to Saint Gertrude. His Feast Day is May 8.

Sources

* Les ancêtres de Charlemagne, 1989, Christian Settipani

His ancestry is continued elsewhere in this tree.

St. Clodulf's father was Arnoul Metz and his mother was Dode Clothilde de Heristal. His paternal grandparents were Duke of Acquitaine Bodegeisel II Aquitaine and Oda Suevia; his maternal grandparents were Arnoldus Metz and Berthe (Aldeberge Bilthildis) Kent. He had a brother named Ansigisen. He was the younger of the two children. -------------------- Saint Chlodulf (Clodulphe or Clodould) or more commonly Saint Cloud (605 – June 8, 696 or June 8, 697, others say May 8, 697) was bishop of Metz approximately from 657 to 697.

Chlodulf was the son of Arnulf, bishop of Metz, and the younger brother of Ansegisel, mayor of the palace of Austrasia.

Before his ordination Chlodulf had married an unknown woman and had begotten a son called Aunulf.

In 657, he became bishop of Metz, the third successor of his father, and held that office for 40 years. During this time he richly decorated the cathedral St. Stephen. He also was in close contact with his sister-in-law Saint Gertrude of Nivelles.

He died in Metz and was buried in the church of St. Arnulf. In Nivelles he was locally venerated as Saint Clou, especially because of his connection to Saint Gertrude. His Feast Day is May 8.

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Death

Death:
Date: 8 Jun 696 or 697
Place: Metz, Lorraine

Could not parse date out of Death Date (8 Jun 696 or 697).

Occupation

Occupation: Bishop of Metz


Note

Note: @N7652@
@N7652@ NOTE
Actually names Chlodulf.

User ID

User ID: 5214D836396A480EB757BE9F7C270595150E


Data Changed

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Date: 4 DEC 2009

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Biography

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Name

Name: Clodoule, "Saint", Bishop of /Metz/
Source: #S43
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for Arnoul 'St Arnoul' of Heristal, Bishop of Metz


Birth

Birth:
Date: 596
Place: Flanders
Source: #S43
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for Arnoul 'St Arnoul' of Heristal, Bishop of Metz

Could not parse date out of Birth Date (596).

Death

Death:
Date: 690
Place: Metz, Moselle, Lorraine, France
Source: #S43
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for Arnoul 'St Arnoul' of Heristal, Bishop of Metz

Could not parse date out of Death Date (690).

While processing relationships in the gedcom some additional information was found which may be relevant.

@F1955@ FAM
Husband: @I6009@
Wife: @I6010@
Child: @I6004@
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: @I6016@
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: @I6017@
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: @I6018@
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Marriage:
Place: Heristal, Austrasia
Source: #S43
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for Arnoul 'St Arnoul' of Heristal, Bishop of Metz
Marriage:
Date: 606
Place: Heristal,,,Austrasia
Source: #S43
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for Arnoul 'St Arnoul' of Heristal, Bishop of Metz


Sources

Source S43
Author: Ancestry.com
Title: Public Member Trees
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Name

Name: St Clodulf /Bishop of Metz/
Source: #S48
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for Gunza De Treves
Source: #S48
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for St Clodulf Bishop of Metz
Name: St. Chlodulf /Bishop of Metz/
Source: #S48
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for St. Arnoul 'de Heristal' Metz Bishop of Metz

Found multiple versions of NAME. Using St Clodulf /Bishop of Metz/.

Birth

Birth:
Date: 596
Place: Austrasia, France or Germany
Source: #S48
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for Gunza De Treves
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Data:
Text: Record for St Clodulf Bishop of Metz
Birth:
Date: 596
Place: of Austrasia, France
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Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for St. Arnoul 'de Heristal' Metz Bishop of Metz

Found multiple copies of BIRT DATE. Using 596 Could not parse date out of Birth Date (596).

Death

Death:
Date: 690
Place: Metz, Moselle, Lorraine, France
Source: #S48
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for Gunza De Treves
Source: #S48
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for St Clodulf Bishop of Metz
Death:
Date: 690
Place: Metz, Moselle, Lorraine, France
Source: #S48
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for St. Arnoul 'de Heristal' Metz Bishop of Metz

Found multiple copies of DEAT DATE. Using 690Array Could not parse date out of Death Date (690).

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Name

Name: St Clodulf /Bishop/
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Data:
Text: Record for Arnoul 'St Arnoul' of Heristal, Bishop of Metz


Birth

Birth:
Date: 596
Place: Austrasia,,,France
Source: #S43
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for Arnoul 'St Arnoul' of Heristal, Bishop of Metz

Could not parse date out of Birth Date (596).

Death

Death:
Date: 690
Place: Metz, Moselle, Lorraine, France
Source: #S43
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for Arnoul 'St Arnoul' of Heristal, Bishop of Metz

Could not parse date out of Death Date (690).

While processing relationships in the gedcom some additional information was found which may be relevant.

@F1955@ FAM
Husband: @I6009@
Wife: @I6010@
Child: @I6004@
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: @I6016@
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: @I6017@
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Child: @I6018@
Relationship to Father: Natural
Relationship to Mother: Natural
Marriage:
Place: Heristal, Austrasia
Source: #S43
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for Arnoul 'St Arnoul' of Heristal, Bishop of Metz
Marriage:
Date: 606
Place: Heristal,,,Austrasia
Source: #S43
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for Arnoul 'St Arnoul' of Heristal, Bishop of Metz


Sources

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Author: Ancestry.com
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Death

Death: Y
Date: 690
Place: Metz, Moselle, Lorraine, France
Age: 74-75


Record ID Number

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User ID

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Death

Death: Y
Date: 690
Place: Metz, Moselle, Lorraine, France
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Record ID Number

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User ID

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Biography

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Name

Name: Clodoule /Von Metz/
Name Prefix: Saint
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Title

Title: Bishop Of Metz

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Name

Name: Saint Clodulphe /Metz/
Given Name: Saint Clodulphe
Surname: Metz
Name Suffix: [Bishop of]

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Burial

Burial:
Place: , Metz, Austrasia, France

Reference

Reference: 9GC935

User ID

User ID: B714B75810B9D511B844080009DD8EDADB31

LDS Baptism

LDS Baptism:
Date: 25 May 1954
LDS Temple: ALBER - Cardston Alberta

LDS Endowment

LDS Endowment:
Date: 30 Jun 1954
LDS Temple: ALBER - Cardston Alberta

LDS Sealing Child

LDS Sealing Child:
Date: 19 May 1938
LDS Temple: SLAKE - Salt Lake

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Name

Name: Chlodulf v. Metz /?/

Taking as the last name from ?, and marking it uncertain.
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Death

Death: Y
Date: 690
Place: Metz, Moselle, Lorraine, France
Age: 93-94


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Record ID Number: MH:I290


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Death

Death: Y
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User ID

User ID: 0A6A0800-32E4-4841-BCF3-48922210ECC4

This person was created on 19 April 2011 through the import of Stout - Trask - Cowan .ged.


This person was created on 19 April 2011 through the import of Stout - Trask - Cowan .ged.


Biography

Cloud was born after 0611. He is the son of Arnulf de Metz and Doda van Saksen. [1]

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Sources

No sources. The events of Cloud's life were either witnessed by Steve VanderLeest or Steve plans to add sources here later.

Footnotes

  1. Entered by Steve VanderLeest, Jun 29, 2013

Acknowledgments

Thanks to Steve VanderLeest for starting this profile. Click the Changes tab for the details of contributions by Steve and others.



Biography

This biography is a rough draft. It was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import and needs to be edited.

Name

Name: Saint Chlodulf /(Saint Cloud)/

Taking as the last name from (Saint Cloud). Couldn't find any valid last name at birth.

Sources

  • WikiTree profile UNKNOWN-89375 created through the import of YOUNG.ged on Jul 12, 2011 by Zak Young. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Zak and others.
  1. Entered by Steve VanderLeest, Jun 29, 2013









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Collaboration

On November 1, 2011 at 04:21GMT Aran Stubbs wrote:

Could this be Clodulf?




A  >  Arnulfing  |  M  >  Metz  >  Chlodulf Metz