Akfred ( fr. Acfred , died after 843 ) - Count of Toulouse in 842 - 843 .
|Predecessor||Bernard I Septimansky|
The origin of Akfred is unknown. In 842, the king of the West Frankish state, Charles II Lysy , opposed the king of Aquitaine Pepin II . At the same time, in June of that year, he deprived Pepin of an ally, Marquis of Septimania Bernard , Toulouse, transferring it to Akfred. Bernard refused to obey and rebelled, joining Pepin II. In 843, he expelled Akfred from Toulouse, but the king did not recognize this capture.
After the execution of Bernard in 844, Charles II appointed Count Ruerg Fredelon as ruler of Toulouse. It is possible that by that time Akfred was already dead.