He is the last person to judge anyone, when he and his own family have their own issues." The Lohans have four children: Lindsay (b.
This charming destination is a mediaeval walled village located, like so many Tuscan towns, on a hill ("Poggio"), from which it takes part of its name, and that separates the Val di Pesa from the Val d'Elsa.
Humbert collected various dispersed territories in the area south of Lake Geneva, especially in the ecclesiastical dioceses of Belley, Aosta, Maurienne and Tarentasia.
The earliest written records that refer to San Donato in Poggio are three parchments dated 985, 986, 988 held in the provincial archives and another dated 989 from the Abbey of Passignano.In 1289 it was partially destroyed by the Ghibelline Aretini during the war with Florence, but after the raid, the Florentine Republic and the parish priest of San Donato, Bernardo Gherardini (descendent of a family that possessed many properties, villas and castles in Val di Pesa), financed the immediate reconstruction and the expansion of the town walls.In 1313, the town, now a fortress, was seized by the forces of Arrigo VII.The most important step in this process was the marriage of Humbert's son Odon to Adelaida, heiress of the marquisate of Susa, whose territories extended between the Alps and the River Po (including Auriate, Turin, Ivrea and Aosta) and as far as the Mediterranean coast between Ventimiglia and Albenga, and also included control of the Alpine passes of Mont-Cenis and Saint-Bernard.The Savoy family's fortunes were favoured by the marriage in 1066 of Odon's daughter Berthe to Heinrich IV King of Germany.