Garlande, Etienne a French prelate, was priest, archdeacon of Paris, chancellor of the kingdom, and at length seneschal. Forced, at the end of seven years, to resign these functions, as they were incompatible with the ecclesiastical calling, he transferred them to Amaury of Montfort, count of Evreux, without the consent of the king, who seized his chateau at Livry as a punishment, but afterwards consented, about 1129, to receive Garlande and Amaury into his favor, on condition that they should resign their claims to the office of seneschal. Garlande died in 1150, at Orleans, where he had consecrated his nephew, Manasses, bishop. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.