Geoffroy, by divine permission humble minister of the church of Amiens to all those who see the present letters, eternal greetings in the Lord. Know that we have made over and conceded for ever to our chapter of Amiens to build their chapter house and cloister the house that was owned by Lord Gregory and Lord William de Dompno Midardo [Domart-en-Ponthieu, Somme] and the novice house, together with all the land which is behind those houses, up to the fence of our orchard from the wall of our gardener up to the wall of the hospital.

Note: this land was to the north of the cathedral, and does not correspond to the actual site of the cloister, which was built in the fourteenth century to the east of the choir.

See also G. Durand, Monographie, I, 22, 29; L. F. Daire, Histoire , II, 378; J. Foucart, "L'ˇglise Saint-Firmin le Confesseur," 306.