García Arnaldo Conde de Bigorre
- Born: Abt 972
- Marriage: Unknown
Noted events in his life were:
• Web Reference: Charles Cawley's Medieval Lands, García Arnaud de Bigorre.
García is named as the nephew of Louis comte de Biggore in a charter of Saint-Savin, as the son of Louis's brother. García succeeded his uncle as comte de Bigorre in about 1000. "Garcias Arnaldi comes Vigorrensis…Centullus Gastonis vicecomes Bearnensis…Bernardus comes Armaniacensis, Aymericus comes Fedenciacensis, Bernardus comes Pardiniacensis…Forto vicecomes Levitanensis et filii eius Garcias et Guilhermus, Guilhermus Dati vicecomes Sylvanensis, et Guilhermus Odonis vicecomes de Montanerii, Raimundus Guilhermi de Benaco, et Arnaldus Raymundi de Baso, Guilhermus Garcias Curta spata, Arnaldus cognomine Ursus, Guilhermus Lupi vicecomes Marcianensis, et Arnaldus vicecomes Aquensis…" are named as present in the charter dated to ( abt, 1022) under which "Sancius…totius Gasconniæ princeps et dux" founded the monastery of St Hilaire-de-Lassun, later known as St Pé-de-Générès [Jaurgain (1898), p. 443, quoting Gallia Christiana, Tome I, Instrum. pp. 194-5]. García married a woman named Richarde and they were the parents of Gersende de Bigorre who married Bernard Roger de Carcassonne.