Person:Louis of France (1)

Louis _____, Dauphin of France
b.1729
d.1765
m. 5 Sep 1725
  1. Princess Louise-Élisabeth of France1727 - 1759
  2. Henriette of France1727 - 1752
  3. Louise of France1728 - 1733
  4. Louis _____, Dauphin of France1729 - 1765
  5. Philippe of France1730 - 1733
  6. Marie Adélaïde of France1732 - 1800
  7. Victoire of France1733 - 1799
  8. Sophie of France1734 - 1782
  9. Thérèse of France1736 - 1744
  10. Louise Marie of France1737 - 1787
  1. Marie Zéphyrine of France1750 - 1755
  2. Louis of Burgundy1751 - 1761
  3. Xavier of France1753 - 1754
  4. Louis XVI of France1754 - 1793
  5. Louis XVIII _____, of France1755 - 1824
  6. Charles X of France1757 - 1836
  7. Clotilde de France1759 - 1802
  8. Élisabeth de France1764 - 1794
  1. Princess Marie Thérèse of France1746 - 1748
Facts and Events
Name Louis _____, Dauphin of France
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1729
Death[1] 1765
Reference Number? Q1127464?


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Louis, Dauphin of France (4 September 1729 – 20 December 1765) was the elder and only son of King Louis XV of France and his wife, Queen Marie Leszczyńska to survive to adulthood. He had a younger brother, Philippe, who died as a toddler. As a son of the king, Louis was a fils de France. As heir apparent, he became Dauphin of France. However, he died before ascending to the throne. Three of his sons became kings of France: Louis XVI (reign: 1774–1792), Louis XVIII (reign: 1814–1815; 1815–1824) and Charles X (reign: 1824–1830).

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Louis, Dauphin of France (1729–1765), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.