Person:William of Gellone (1)

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Name William of Gellone, Count of Toulouse
Alt Name St. Willem Guillem De Gellone
Alt Name William De Taillefer
Alt Name Wyll , de Taillefer
Alt Name William, Count Of Toulouse
Alt Name St. William Count of Toulouse, I
Gender Male
Birth? 0751 Toulouse,Haute Garonne,Midi Pyrenees,France
Marriage 0789 ,,,Franceto Guiboar Von Hornbach
Death? 0812-05-28 Gellone Monastery,Aniane Herault Languedoc,,France
Ancestral File Number 9GFM-K5


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Saint William of Gellone, also known as William of Aquitaine, (755 – 28 May (traditional) 812/4) was the second Count of Toulouse from 790 until his replacement in 811. His Occitan name is Guilhem, and he is known in French as Guillaume d'Orange, Guillaume Fierabrace, and the Marquis au court nez. William was canonized a saint on 1066 by Pope Alexander II.[1]

He is the hero of the Chanson de Guillaume, an early chanson de geste, and of several later sequels, which were categorized by thirteenth-century poets as the geste of Garin de Monglane. Another early product of oral traditions about William is a Latin Vita ("Biography"), written before the 11th century, according to Jean Mabillon, or during the 11th century according to the Bollandist Godfrey Henschen.

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References
  1.   William of Gellone, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).