According to Catarina Loss, William was a Shadowhunter fit to be a Herondale—brave and twice as self-willed as his grandson who later bore his name. His father was a hard man who taught his sons the Law and made sure they followed them without questions, while his mother was a bit of a hysteric.
In 1828, Will's brother Tobias's name was tainted when it was spread and became widely-known that he allegedly abandoned his comrades in battle.
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William is a given name of old Germanic origin. It became very popular in the English language after the Norman conquest of England in 1066, and remained so throughout the Middle Ages and into the modern era. Shortened familiar versions in English include Bill, Billy, Will and Willy. A common Irish form of this name is Liam.
- His grandson, Will Herondale, was named after him.
- The Lost Herondale (first and only mention)