Gauzelin of Toul
Gauzelin (died 962) was a French bishop of Toul.
After the damage caused by Danish and Hungarian invasions, Gauzelin was a reforming bishop in his diocese, and founder of a number of monasteries. Among them was the Abbey of Bouxières-aux-Dames (935-6), closely associated with his family, and where he was buried.
Nancy Cathedral preserves a number of objects associated with him. He is a Catholic saint.
- Michael Walsh (2007), A New Dictionary of Saints: East and West
- Bruce L. Venarde, Women's Monasticism and Medieval Society: Nunneries in France and England, 890-1215 (1997), pp. 29-30.