William VII of Angoulême

William VII of Angoulême (died 1186) was also known as William Taillefer V, was the Count of Angoulême from 1181.

The second of three sons of William VI of Angoulême, he inherited the title of Count of Angoulême, and its territory, upon the death of his brother, Wulgrin III of Angoulême, who in turn had only one daughter, Mathilde of Angoulême.

William VII died childless and the title passed to his youngest brother Aymer of Angoulême.

Preceded by Count of Angoulême
Succeeded by


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