Summary Page: Former House

Name: Étival, S. Peter

Circary at the Time: Lotharingia

Years of Activity: Saec. 7 (1140) - 1790

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Monasticon Praemonstratense (III, 67)

Approximate modern location: France, Cant. de Raon-l'Etape, on the Valdange river near Senones, Dép. Vosges, France. 

Elm-Number [See below]: 156*

Other Comments: Founded by St. Leudinus for monks of St. Columban.   Afterward transferred to Benedictine control, and in 1140 occupied by canons from Flabémont.  Suppressed in 1790.  It's extensive library is now in the BBMun Epinal and St. Dié.  A beautiful church of the 12th century survives, along with its Gothic choir.  It is now a parish church.  In 1944 it was severely damaged in the Second World War.  A portion of the cloister survives, but it is now completely converted into private apartments. 

* This listing (and the numbers, with a few adjustments after 1995) is based on the map contained in Kaspar Elm's Norbert von Xanten: Adliger, Ordensstifter, Kirchenfürst, Wienand Verlag, Köln, 1984, page 328-329.