William Garcés of Fézensac

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William García (also Guillaume Garcès or Guillermo Garcés) (died 960) was a Count of Fézensac. He was the second son of García II of Gascony and Amuna.[1]

When García II died in or around 926, he gave Gascony to his eldest son Sancho IV and created appanages for his younger sons: Fézensac for William and Astarac for Arnold. Fézensac included Auch, Vic, and the Armagnac.[2]

William himself divided his county amongst his heirs:

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Dunbabin, Jean, France in the making, 843-1180, (Oxford University Press, 2000), 87-88.
  2. ^ Dunbabin, 87-88.

References[edit]

  • Dunbabin, Jean, France in the making, 843-1180, Oxford University Press, 2000.