Gui D'auxerre a French prelate, was born about the end of the 9th century, in the diocese of Sens. He was educated at the Cathedral of Auxerre, under the care of the bishop Herifrid, and became archdeacon there. He also went to the court of king Raoul and queen Emma, by whose influence he was appointed bishop of Auxerre, and was consecrated May 19, 933. He died January 6, 961, leaving Responsoria and Antiphonae, in honor of St. Julian. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.