Hugues de Gallandon Seigneur de Gallardon
- Died: After 1100, Jerusalem, IL
HUGUES [I] de Gallardon (-[Jerusalem] after ). "Hugo de Gaulardone" swore never to demand tolls from who passed through Gallardon, as "pater suus" had previously sworn, by undated charter. Merlet and Clerval state that the handwriting of the original document shows "une transcription faite dans les premières années du XII siècle", demonstrating the document could not refer to Hugues [II] Seigneur de Gallardon whose death is dated to [1188/89] (see below). His parentage is confirmed by a charter dated Dec 1207 under which Henri Archdeacon of Chartres confirmed the donation of the church of Notre-Dame de Gallardon to Bonneval abbey, which states that the original donation had been made by "Alberto eiusdem castri domino" and supplemented by "Herveus eius filius...[et] postea filii eius Hugo et Garinus et eorum successores". "...Hugo de Gualardonio..." subscribed the charter of Marmoutier dated 1092 which records disputes relating to "terram de Rosdonio". Seigneur de Gallardon. "Ex parte Garini...Hugo de Galardone..." subscribed the charter dated to [1090/1101] under which "servis sancti Petri, Guarinus" was absolved from service by Saint-Père de Chartres. Hugues "Gualardonensium dominus", about to leave for Jerusalem, founded Auneau priory by charter dated to  which names his wife Agnes, daughter Mathilde "parvula" and his brothers Guérin, Guy and Milon.
m AGNES, daughter of ---. Hugues "Gualardonensium dominus", about to leave for Jerusalem, founded Auneau priory by charter dated to  which names his wife Agnes, daughter Mathilde "parvula" and his brothers Guérin, Guy and Milon.
Hugues & his wife had one child.