Gausfred I

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Gausfred I (died 991) was the count of Empúries and Rosselló from 931 until his death. He was the son and successor of Gausbert. He spent his whole life consolidating his authority in his counties, but he divided the realm amongst his sons. By his testament of 989, Empúries and Perelada went to Hugh and Roussillon went to Giselbert.[1]

He married firstly Ava Guisla, probably the daughter of Raymond II, count of Rouergue. By her he had:

He married secondly Sibylla, with whom he had no children.

Preceded by
Gausbert
Count of Empúries
931–991
Succeeded by
Hugh I
Count of Rosselló
931–991
Succeeded by
Giselbert I

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