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  • Adalgard Witness in SFL 1; according to editor unlikely to be used as a female name in this instance (against the position of the editor of FRE); according to editor of SFL 1 to be identified with namesake in FRE 88, 152, 701, 721 and in SFL 3, 4, 8, 18
  • Agino Witness in WBG 53
  • Albrih Witness in WBG 80
  • Albwald Scribe and priest in FRE 32 et al.
  • Auruald Notary, scribe in CHLA 24:776 and in CHLA 61:10, 11, 15, 16, 18
  • Egiher Donor in WBG 77
  • Ermenfred Witness in WBG 20
  • Gerald Witness in WBG 53
  • Gundeland Abbort of Lorsch
  • Hartrad Witness in WBG 19
  • Hilderic Witness in WBG 23
  • Hilderic II Reatine gastald, mentioned in dating clauses and in a couple of notarial subscriptions of some Farfa charters in 792/793-801 and acting as witness and donor up to 817. In contrast with Costambeys, we have to distinguish this agent from the homonymous gastald (id. 5732) whose career as public official, though not without interruption, can be retraced back to 766. While the first gastald is said to be son of Taciperga and married with Hilciperga in 773 and 786 (CDL 5:60 and CDL 5:100), Hilderic (II)'s wife is Sinda, as we can read in a charter of 814 (“Anno imperii domni Ludogvici .I. et Bernardi regis Langobardorum .II”), where “Hildericus castaldius unacum Sinda coniuge mea” receives back "in precariam" from the abbot of Farfa a "curtis" located "in massa Interocrina" that was previously donated to the monastery.
  • Honau Monastery on an island in the Rhine
  • Hurskio Scribe in FRE 47, 55, 58, 100; priest and witness in FRE 61. Almost certainly the same as namesake in FRE 39 and FRE 43 = probable merge.
  • John Witness in FAR 2:194
  • Novalesa Monastery founded in 726.
  • Reginolf Witness in MON 1; to be identified with his namesake in FRE 13b, 14a, 34, 35, PAS 6, 9, and REG 4; editor of MON 33 mentions without comment that Zöllner considers the witness in MON 1 to be the same person as the grantor in MON 33; editor of MON 85 points without further comment to namesakes in MON 1 & 33, and mentions that Mitis would consider the cleric in MON 85 to be identical with a further namesake, a priest, in PAS 71
  • Rieti, S Mary Litigant (represented) in CDL 4a:26
  • Ringolf Witness in WBG 77
  • Scharnitz-Schlehdorf Founded in Scharnitz, but moved to Schlehdorf before 772. Relics of S Tertullian were acquired in 772.

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