Aymon II "Vaire-Vache" DE BOURBON Sire of Bourbon
- Born: 1055, Bourbon-l'Archambault, Allier, Bourbonnais/Auvergne, France
- Married: 1099
- Died: Bef 27 Mar 1120
"Erchambaldus princeps uxorque eius Belardis filiique eorum Erchambaldus et Petrus et Hammo et Bernardus de Borbonio, Ebbo quoque filius eius, necnon et Ebbo Guiereia filiique eius" donated the church of Neuville to the chapter of Saint-Ursin de Bourges by charter dated to [1078/95]. "Archimbaldus, illius Archimbaldi filius qui ecclesiam de Monticulo construxit, et filius Bderrud" donated "ecclesiam…Mons Cenobii…in honore sancti Ursini" to the church of Bourges, with the consent of "filiis suis…Archimbaldo et Petro de Blot et Aimone…Beliardis uxoris suæ…Amelii Cambo qui filiam ipsius Archimbaldi habebat…", by undated charter. "Aimo de Borbonis frater Archimbaudi domini Borbonensis" sold property to the prior of Montet by charter dated to [22 Sep 1095/early Jan 1097].
Sire de Bourbon. Suger's Vita Ludovici records that "nobilem baronem Haimonem…Variam Vaccam cognomina, Burbonensem dominum" deprived "nepotem maioris fratris, Erchembaldi scilicet filium" of his inheritance, refused a summons to appear before the king, and was forced into submission at the château de Germigny. "Aimo de Borbonio" rights over "boscum…Montdria" in favour of the priory of Montet, with the advice of "uxoris mee Luce", by charter dated to before 1120. A charter dated 6 Sep 1395 recalls that "Aimon de Bourbon, frère d’Archambaud Sire de Bourbon" sold half "du bois de Mondrié" to the monks of Saint-Michel-du-Montet and that later "Aimon", with the consent of "son épouse Lucia", confirmed the transfer of the same property.
Died 5 Jul 1116 or before 27 Mar 1120.
http://racineshistoire.free.fr/LGN/PDF/Bourbon-ancien.pdf, p. 3
Aymon married Aldesinde (alias Lucie) DE NEVERS, daughter of Guillaume II DE NEVERS Count of Tonnerre and Mahaut, in 1099. (Aldesinde (alias Lucie) DE NEVERS was born about 1070 in Tonnerre, Yonne, Bourgogne, France and died about 1120.)