Alduin I of Angoulême

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Alduin (or Hildouin) I (died 27 March 916) was the Count of Angoulême from 886.

He was the son of Wulgrin I, Count of Angoulême, whom he succeeded on 3 May 886. Like his father, he was charged with defending parts of Aquitaine against the Viking invaders.

Alduin's wife is unknown, but with her he had a son:


  1. ^ William Copeland Borlase (1888). The Descent, Name and Arms of Borlase of Borlase in the County of Cornwall. G. Bell & Sons. p. 13.


Preceded by
Wulgrin I
Count of Angoulême
Succeeded by
Aymer of Poitiers