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The seigneury and the castle of Pujols belonged in the 1439th century to the Gensac family, who also owned the castle of Rauzan. After many misfortunes, the King of England gave this seigneury in XNUMX to his favorite Bernard Angevin; thereafter, and until the Revolution, the barony of Pujols remained in the hands of the lords of Rauzan, that is to say of the Durfort de Duras.
Declared "national property" because of the emigration of its lords, the castle was acquired by the municipality which installed the town hall there. The ramparts were destroyed, according to Léo Drouyn, around 1830.

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