Wrhwant was complicit in the conspiracy which assassinated Salomon in 874. However, he was of the faction which had been outside Salomon's court and he hailed from northwest Brittany. He was, however, never styled "Count". He mustered 200 men to fight the Vikings in 874. After Salomon's death, he and Pascweten divided the country between them, though Regino of Prüm records that the latter received a larger share. The two soon fell out and fought over the succession. He had died by the middle of 876 and his son Judicael had taken up his role.
- unknown daughter, married to Berengar of Rennes, Count of Rennes. grandmother or great-grandmother of Judicael Berengar.
- Cunégonde de Rennes, married to Pepin III, Count of Vermandois(c.846 – 893)
- Smith, Julia M. H. Province and Empire: Brittany and the Carolingians. Cambridge University Press: 1992.
- Smith, 121.
- Smith, 30 and n86.
- Bernard Ier De Senlis
|Duke of Brittany
disputed with Pasquitan
and Alan I
|Count of Rennes