Emperor Charles II “le Chauve” granted "villas...Cavaliacus...in comitatu Lemovicensi" to "fidelis noster...Hildebertus" by charter dated 17 Jul 876. “Sicbardus et conjuves mea Alaitrudis” sold a vine “infra ur[be Lemov]icino in pago Burgolio in villa...Tedlido” to “Eldeberto [et conjuge] sua Adaltrudis” by charter dated Sep 883. A charter dated 14 May 904 records a judgment by Ebles Comte de Poitou ordering "Aldeberto Lemovicensi" to return “silvam Sanctæ Mariæ...Boerecia” to the abbey of Nouaillé.
[Vicomte de Limoges]. He is named as vicomte in his son’s donation dated 1 May 914...
Married firstly Adaltrude... daughter of Geraud, comte d'Aurillac & his wife Adaltrude.
Married secondly Deda, daughter of . . . . . . . “Deda femina” donated property “in pago Limovicensi in vicaria Novicense in villa...Adiola” to Limoges Saint-Etienne, for the soul of “Hildeberti conjugis mei” and for the damage caused to the church by “filius noster Hildebertus abba”, with the consent of “filio meo Helia”, by charter dated 920, signed by “Dedane...Helie, Eldegarii, Fulcherii, Gerao, Ingelberti, Gozberti, Guillebaldi”. The absence of the viscomital title attributed to Hildebert in this document suggests that Deda’s husband may not have been the same person as Vicomte Hildebert. However, the names of the third, fourth and fifth witnesses, possibly the donor’s step-children, indicate a connection to the vicecomital family. In addition, no other individual of named Hildebert has been noted in the documentation of Limoges Saint-Etienne at that time. 1