According to Europäische Stammtafeln, Archambaud Vicomte de Comborn was the possible son of Hugues Seigneur de Quercy, Vicomte de Comborn, presumably based on his succession to his supposed father at Comborn. "Radulfi, Adalaidis, Eboli episcopi, Eboli fratris eius, Hermenrici, Alduini, Joannis, Geraldi, Bernardi, item Bernardi, Stephani, Arnulfi, Aldiarde, Hermengardis, Archambaldi, Sulpitiæ" witnessed the charter dated Dec 951 under which "Radulfi et Adalaidis uxoris eius" donated their part of property also donated by "Arberti de Chav[ano]".
Vicomte de Comborn 962. The Chronicon Gaufredi Vosiensis recounts that "Archambaldus" had his leg crushed when trying to enter "castrum de Torrenna" and that thereafter he was known as "Archambaldus Chamba-Putrida". The cartulary of Tulle St Martin records a donation by "Archambaldus de Combor Camba-Putrida vocitatus" dated . "Archambaldus" donated property to Uzerche, for the souls of "filiorum meorum Eboli et Archambaldi", by charter dated Dec 992. 2