Geoffrey Jordan I married of Vendôme
Country and Region of Origin
Centre (RE) Loir-et-Cher (D)
Count of Vendôme
Gender and Marital Statusa
Crusade of 1101
William IX of Aquitaine
Probability of Participation
After his death, his widow took back a church which Geoffrey Jordan had given to the abbey of La Trinité of Vendôme. She was later forced to yield this church after being excommunicated.
Consequences of Expedition
One of his companions was Ulric Bucel. Geoffrey Jordan survived the crusade but died shortly afterwards.
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