William, Count of Mortain

William, Count of Mortain (1074–1120) was the son of Robert, Count of Mortain, the half-brother of William I of England.

He joined the rebellion of Robert Curthose against Henry I of England, and was captured at the Battle of Tinchebrai and stripped of his lands. William spent the rest of his life in captivity, dying without issue.

Preceded by:
Count of Mortain
Succeeded by:
Robert II

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