King Louis VII "the Young" (of France)1,2

M, #1070029, b. 1119/20, d. 18 September 1180
Father*King Louis VI, 'The Fat' (of France)2 b. c 1081, d. 1 Aug 1137
Mother*Adelaide (of Maurienne)2 b. c 1092, d. 18 Nov 1154
Relationship24th great-grandfather of Robert Michael Damon
ReferenceRFC070-29

Names and TItles

Titled: King of France (Louis VII) from 25 December 1170 to 1180.2
     King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) was born in 1119/20 in Reims, Champagne, France, to, son of King Louis VI, 'The Fat' (of France) and Adelaide (of Maurienne).2,1 King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) was the son of King Louis VI, 'The Fat' (of France) and Adelaide (of Maurienne).2 King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) married first Queen Eleanor (of Aquitaine), daughter of Count William VIII (?) and Eleanore de Châtellerault, on 25 July 1137 in Bordeaux, Gironde, France.2 King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) and Queen Eleanor (of Aquitaine) were divorced on 18 March 1152.2 King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) married second Princess Constanza Alfonsez (of Castile), daughter of King Alfonso VII (?) and Berengaria (of Barcelona), in 1154 in Castile, Spain.1,2 King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) married third Adelaide (of Blois), daughter of Count Thibaud IV (II) (of Blois and Champagne) and Mathilda von Sponheim, on 13 November 1160.1,2 King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) died on 18 September 1180 in Paris, France.2 He was buried at Notra Dame de Barbeau, near Fontainbleau, France.2
     Louis VII "the Young"'s father King Louis VI, 'The Fat' (of France) died on 1 August 1137 at Chcateau De Bbethizy, Paris, Isle De France, France.1 King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) became the father of Princess Marie of France in 1145.2,1 King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) became the father of Princess Alix (of France) in 1150/51.1 Louis VII "the Young"'s mother Adelaide (of Maurienne) died on 18 November 1154.1 King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) became the father of Princess Marguerite (of France) in 1158.1 Louis VII "the Young"'s daughter Princess Adelais (of France) died in 1160 in France.1 King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) became the father of Princess Adelais (of France) in 1160.1 King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) became a widower with the death of his wife, Princess Constanza Alfonsez (of Castile) on 4 October 1160 in Castile.1 Louis VII "the Young"'s daughter was married at wedding of Princess Marie of France and Count Henry I "the Generous" of Champagne and Brie in 1164. King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) became the father of King Philip II Augustus on 22 August 1165.2 King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) became the father of Princess Alix (of France) circa 1170.1 King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) became King of France on 25 December 1170.2 King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) became the father of Princess Agnaes (Anna) (of France) in 1171.1 Louis VII "the Young"'s son was married at wedding of King Philip II Augustus and Isabella (of Hainault and Flanders) on 28 April 1180 in Bapaume, France.2

References

     King Louis VII "the Young" (of France) has ID 70-29 in Royalty for Commoners.2

Family 1

Queen Eleanor (of Aquitaine) b. 1121/22, d. 31 March 1204
Children

Family 2

Princess Constanza Alfonsez (of Castile) b. after 1140, d. 4 October 1160
Children

Family 3

Adelaide (of Blois) b. circa 1140, d. 4 June 1206
Children
ChartsPedigree of Robert Damon (Big) (#1)
Pedigree of Robert Damon (Big) (#2)
Royalty for Commoners (#1)
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Last Edited12 May 2018

Citations

  1. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.
  2. [S7] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners, Fourth Edition, The Complete Known Lineage of John of Gaunt, Son of Edward III, King of England, and Queen Philippa (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc, 2002). Repository: Richard Smith Damon Arlington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in. Hereinafter cited as Royalty for Commoners, 4th Edition.