Quentin CANTIN Jr. was born on February 7, 1713 in L'Ange-Gardien, Montmorency,
Quebec, New France.82 He
died. Parents: Louis QUENTIN
dit Cantin, Sr. and Marie MATHIEU.|
Mary-Eleonore CANTIN was born about 1865. She died.
Adèle CAOUETTE was born about 1844. She died. Parents: Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE Jr. and Marie Louise FORTIN.
Alice Marie CAOUETTE124 was born about 1920. She died.
Spouse: Joseph Georges Roland LEVESQUE. Joseph Georges Roland LEVESQUE and Alice Marie CAOUETTE were married about 1940. Children were: Living, Living, Living.
Anna CAOUETTE was born about 1850. She died. Parents: Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE Jr. and Marie Louise FORTIN.
Antoine CAOUETTE was born about 1765. He died. He has Ancestral File Number 400. Parents: Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE and Marthe FORTIN.
Spouse: Marie Therese MORIN. Antoine CAOUETTE and Marie Therese MORIN were married on October 5, 1789 in St-Jean-Port-Joli, L'Islet, Quebec, British Territory.1296 Children were: Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE Sr..
Blaise CAOUETTE was born about 1830. He died.
Cléophas CAOUETTE was born about 1842. He died. He has Ancestral File Number 50. Parents: Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE Jr. and Marie Louise FORTIN.
Cléophas CAOUETTE was born about 1868. He died. Parents: Cléophas CAOUETTE and Octavie KIROUAC.
Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE was born about 1735. He died. He has Ancestral File Number 800. Parents: Thomas CAOUETTE and Françoise RICHARD.
Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE Sr. was born about 1791. He died. He has Ancestral File Number 200. Parents: Antoine CAOUETTE and Marie Therese MORIN.
Spouse: Madeleine CARON. Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE Sr. and Madeleine CARON were married on October 24, 1814 in St-Jean-Port-Joli, L'Islet, Quebec, Lower Canada.1307 Children were: Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE Jr..
Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE Jr. was born about 1816. He died. He has Ancestral File Number 100. Parents: Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE Sr. and Madeleine CARON.
Spouse: Marie Louise FORTIN. Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE Jr. and Marie Louise FORTIN were married on July 7, 1840 in L'Islet, Quebec, Lower Canada.1308 Children were: Cléophas CAOUETTE, Adèle CAOUETTE, Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE, Poméla CAOUETTE, Anna CAOUETTE.
Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE was born about 1846. He died. Parents: Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE Jr. and Marie Louise FORTIN.
Joseph F. CAOUETTE was born about 1895. He died. Parents: Cléophas CAOUETTE and Zélie CARLOS.
Marie Victoire CAOUETTE was born in 1785 in Cap-St-Ignace, Montmagny, Québec, British Territory.1310 She died.
Napoléon CAOUETTE was born about 1870. He died. Parents: Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE and Odile BERNIER.
Octavie CAOUETTE707 was born about 1866. She died. She has Ancestral File Number 25. Parents: Cléophas CAOUETTE and Octavie KIROUAC.
Spouse: Joseph Amédée BÉLANGER Jr.. Joseph Amédée BÉLANGER Jr. and Octavie CAOUETTE were married on October 2, 1883 in St-Cyrille, L'Islet, PQ, Canada.792 Children were: Anora BÉLANGER, Alfred BÉLANGER.
Pierre CAOUETTE was born about 1669.1296 He died about September 1735. He was buried on September 18, 1735 in Cap-St-Ignace, Quebec, New France.1296 He has Ancestral File Number 3200. Parents: Jean CAHOUET and Marie VALÉE.
Poméla CAOUETTE was born about 1848. She died. Parents: Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE Jr. and Marie Louise FORTIN.
Thomas CAOUETTE was born about 1700. He died. He has Ancestral File Number 1600. Parents: Pierre CAOUETTE and Anne GAUDREAU.
Spouse: Françoise RICHARD. Thomas CAOUETTE and Françoise RICHARD signed a marriage contract on April 20, 1723 in Québec City, Québec, New France.1296 Michon. They were married after April 20, 1723. Children were: Jean Baptiste CAOUETTE.
Perette CAPERON82 was born about 1575 in Bacqueville-en-Caux, St-Pierre, Seine Maritime, Kingdom of France. She died in The Kingdom of France. She has Ancestral File Number 13861.
CAPET was born on March 14, 1190.206 He died on March 18, 1190.206 Twin. Parents: King Philippe II AUGUSTE de France and Queen Isabelle de Hainaut.
CAPET was born on March 14, 1190.206 He died on March 18, 1190.206 Twin. Parents: King Philippe II AUGUSTE de France and Queen Isabelle de Hainaut.
Adelaide CAPET62 was born about 1014. She died. Parents: King Robert II CAPET of the Franks and Constance DE PROVENCE of Arles.
Spouse: Richard of Normandy. Richard of Normandy and Adelaide CAPET were married about 1035.
Spouse: Baldwin of Flanders. Baldwin of Flanders and Adelaide CAPET were married about 1045.
Alix CAPET de France was born about 1141 in Paris, Ile-de-France, Kingdom of France. She died in 1197.62 Named after her aunt Petronilla of Aquitaine, who was also called "Alix". Parents: King Louis VII CAPET of the Franks and Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine.
Spouse: Count Thibaut of Blois. Count Thibaut of Blois and Alix CAPET de France were married about 1165.
Alix CAPET was born in 1170 in The Kingdom of France.62 She died before 1225 in The Kingdom of France. She was also known as Agnes Capet. Parents: King Louis VII CAPET of the Franks and Adèle DE BLOIS de Champagne.
Spouse: Alexius COMNENUS. Alexius COMNENUS and Alix CAPET were married about 1190.
Spouse: Andronicus COMNENUS. Andronicus COMNENUS and Alix CAPET were married about 1200.
Beatrice CAPET62 was born about 944. She died. Parents: Duc Hugues Le Grand de France, Count of Paris and Hedwidge DE SAXE.
Cecile CAPET143 was born about 1085. She died. Parents: King Philip I CAPET of the Franks and Bertranda of Montfort.
Spouse: Tancred of Antioch. Tancred of Antioch and Cecile CAPET were married about 1105.
Cecilia CAPET62 was born about 1084. She died. Parents: King Philip I CAPET of the Franks and Queen Berthe DE HOLLANDE.
Count Charles CAPET de Valois was born on March 12, 1270.235 He was created Count of Valois in 1284. He received the orders of Count of Anjou in 1290. From his marriage to Margaret of Anjou. He died on December 16, 1325.235 Parents: King Philip III CAPET of France and Queen Isabella of Aragon.
Constance CAPET62 was born about 1074. She died. Parents: King Philip I CAPET of the Franks and Queen Berthe DE HOLLANDE.
Spouse: Bohemund of Antioch. Bohemund of Antioch and Constance CAPET were married about 1095.
Constance CAPET was born about 1130.62 She died. Parents: King Louis VI CAPET of the Franks and Adelaïde DE SAVOIE of Maurienne.
Spouse: Raymond of Toulouse. Raymond of Toulouse and Constance CAPET were married about 1150.
Emma CAPET was born about 900 in The Kingdom of France. She died in 935.62 Parents: King Robert I of West Francia and Béatrice DE VERMANDOIS.
Emma CAPET62 was born about 940 in The Duchy of France. She died. Parents: Duc Hugues Le Grand de France, Count of Paris and Hedwidge DE SAXE.
Florus CAPET62 was born about 1077. Florus CAPET died. Parents: King Philip I CAPET of the Franks and Queen Berthe DE HOLLANDE.
Giselle CAPET62 was born about 974. She died. Parents: King Hugues I CAPET of the Franks and Adelaïde D'AQUITAINE.
Princess Hedwig CAPET of France was born in 972.123 She died in 1013.123 She was also known as Princess Edith of France. She was also known as Adwige Capet de France. Parents: King Hugues I CAPET of the Franks and Adelaïde D'AQUITAINE.
Hedwig CAPET62 was born about 1005. She died. Parents: King Robert II CAPET of the Franks and Constance DE PROVENCE of Arles.
Archbishop Henri CAPET de Rheims was born in 1124 in The Kingdom of France.62 He died in 1175 in The Kingdom of France.62 Parents: King Louis VI CAPET of the Franks and Adelaïde DE SAVOIE of Maurienne.
King Henri I CAPET of the Franks was born on May 4, 1008 in Reims, Champagne, Kingdom of France.1311,1312,1313 Between 1031 and 1060 he was a King of France. From father King Robert II's death. To defend his throne against his mother, his brothers Robert and Eudes, and subsequently against the count of Blois, he secured, at the cost of territorial concessions, the aid of Robert I, duke of Normandy, and of Geoffrey Martel, count of Anjou. After the submission of his brother Robert, Henry unwisely invested him with the duchy of Burgundy, setting up a powerful rival to the French kingdom. He found the chief enemy of his later reign in Robert of Normandys son William, later William I of England, who successfully resisted two invasions by Henry. Henry was succeeded by his son Philip I. He died on August 4, 1060 in Vitry, Brie, Kingdom of France.117 He has Ancestral File Number 1511692768. http://www.bartleby.com/65/he/Henry1Fr.html Parents: King Robert II CAPET of the Franks and Constance DE PROVENCE of Arles.
Spouse: Anne Agnesa YAROSLAVNA of Kiev. King Henri I CAPET of the Franks and Anne Agnesa YAROSLAVNA of Kiev were married on May 19, 1051 in Reims, Kingdom of France.199 Children were: King Philip I CAPET of the Franks, Count Hugues CAPET of Vermandois.
Hugues CAPET was born in 1017 in The Kingdom of France.62 He died in 1026 in The Kingdom of France.62 Parents: King Robert II CAPET of the Franks and Constance DE PROVENCE of Arles.
Count Hugues CAPET of Vermandois was born about 1053 in Vermandois, Kingdom of France.117 He died on October 18, 1102 in Tarsus, Cilicie.117 He was also known as Hugh the Great. He was also known as Hugh Le Grand. Parents: King Henri I CAPET of the Franks and Anne Agnesa YAROSLAVNA of Kiev.
Hugues CAPET62 was born about 1128. He died. Parents: King Louis VI CAPET of the Franks and Adelaïde DE SAVOIE of Maurienne.
King Hugues I CAPET of the Franks was born in 939 in The Duchy of France.62 Was the second son of Hugh the Great, Count of Paris, and Hedwig, sister of Otto I, German Emperor, and was about ten years old when he inherited from his father the Countship of Paris and the Duchy of France. About 949 he was a Count of Paris and Duke of France in The Duchy of France. He was elected as King of Nobles between July 3, 987 and 996 in The Kingdom of France. Became king largely through the support of the secular and regular clergy. As early as 985 the famous Gerbert wrote "The Carlovingian Lothair governs France only in name. The king of France is Hugh." When Louis V died, 21 May, 987, the assistance of Adalberon, Archbishop of Reims, and of Gerbert, brought about the election of Hugh. The electoral assembly of Senlis listened to a discourse of Adalberon: "Crown the Duke", he said. "He is most illustrious by his exploits, his nobility, his forces. The throne is not acquired by hereditary right; no one should be raised to it unless distinguished not only for nobility of birth, but for the goodness of his soul". A unanimous vote ratified this discourse, and Hugh Capet was crowned at Noyon, 3 July, 987. Thus his accession, as M. Luchaire says, was above all "an ecclesiastical achievement". Hugh possessed towns and estates in the vicinity of Paris, Orléans, and in the district of Senlis and Chartres, Touraine and Anjou, but on the whole these were restricted domains, as his vassals on the borders of the Seine and the Loire contested his authority. His military power was mediocre, and he had frequently to seek military aid in alliance with Normandy. But he possessed moral power and a political influence which reached the most remote parts of the kingdom and was felt even by foreigners. His chief concern was to maintain over the Archdiocese of Reims, whose jurisdiction comprised nearly the whole of northern and northeastern France, a continuous, immediate, and uncontested authority. The Archdiocese of Reims possessed a double importance, first because the archbishop had the right to elect and crown the kings of France, and next because of its geographical situation between France and Germany. The death of Adalberon, proved by M. Lot to have taken place 23 January, 989, disturbed the new king, and Arnoul, the new archbishop whom he accepted at the end of March, 989, as successor to Adalberon, attempted a restoration of the Carlovingians (Sept., 989), and Charles of Lorraine, their heir, was for a short time master of Reims and Laon. Arnoul refused to appear at the Council of Senlis (beginning of 990), but the imprisonment of Charles of Lorraine and of Arnoul (29 March, 991), and the deposition of Arnoul pronounced at the Council of St. Basle, fixed by M. Lot at 17 and 18 June, 991 (and not 993), assured the maintenance of the Capetian dynasty. Gerbert became Archbishop of Reims (21 June, 991). This revolution accomplished by a council was received by the papacy with reserve. When Hugh Capet requested the Holy See to legitimize the action of the council, John XVI was silent; later, under the influence of Germany, the pope refused formally to recognize the election of Gerbert. Then began the difficulties which led the bishops devoted to Hugh to profess certain "Gallican principles". Nevertheless, Hugh must not be represented as wishing to found a State Church; what he wished was to maintain the Archdiocese of Reims under the domination of France, and to remove it from the influence of the German emperors. If his attitude towards the papacy was often suspicious, it was not due to a Gallican theology, but because he feared that the popes of the time were too subservient to the policy of the emperors; hence his relations with the Holy See were merely an episode in his general policy, destined to bring about the cessation of the powerful influence which the Saxon dynasty had exercised over France during the tenth century. His domestic policy was very favourable to the development of monastic life and the autonomy of the monasteries. He defended their property against lay tyranny; he sought to remove them from episcopal jurisdiction while upholding the royal right to confirm abbatial elections; he supported all the liberties of the monks in the exercise of their electoral rights; he renounced the custom of distributing abbeys as benefices to laymen. Because of its political importance he wished to retain effective direction over the Abbey of St. Martin of Tours, and even under the reign of the Plantagenet Henry II the Capetians preserved considerable influence at Tours and along the Middle Loire. Apropos of Hugh Capet it is worthy of note that because the Dukes of France had in their possession the famous cope (cappa) of St. Martin, certain authors give to Hugh the Great and to his son Hugh the surname of Capet, which in history is reserved exclusively for the subject of this article. Hugh Capet in his religious policy applied and favoured the ideas of reform upheld by the monks of Cluny. He died in 996 in The Kingdom of France.62 He has Ancestral File Number 6046771072. Parents: Duc Hugues Le Grand de France, Count of Paris and Hedwidge DE SAXE.
Spouse: Adelaïde D'AQUITAINE. King Hugues I CAPET of the Franks and Adelaïde D'AQUITAINE were married about July 968 in The Duchy of France.199 Children were: Princess Hedwig CAPET of France, King Robert II CAPET of the Franks, Giselle CAPET.
Isabella CAPET62 was born about 1118. She died. Parents: King Louis VI CAPET of the Franks and Adelaïde DE SAVOIE of Maurienne.
King St. Louis IX CAPET of France was born on April 25, 1214 in Poissy, France.1314 Between 1226 and 1270 he was a King of France. From father King Louis XIII's death. His father died when he was just twelve years old, and he was crowned -- at Rheims, like almost all French Kings -- on the First Sunday of Advent in 1226. His very strong and pious mother acted as his regent, supressing various revolts to secure her son's place. She acted as regent even after he reached the age of majority, and guided his career with strong Christian advice, forming his character in holiness. No date is given for the beginning of Louis's personal rule. His contemporaries viewed his reign as co-rule between the king and his mother, though historians generally view the year 1234 as the year in which Louis began ruling personally, with his mother assuming a more advisory role. She continued as an important counselor to the king until her death in 1252. She would say to him, "Never forget that sin is the only great evil in the world. No mother could love her son more than I love you. But I would rather see you lying dead at my feet than know that you had offended God by one mortal sin" -- sentiments that he took to heart and would later pass on to his own successor. In 1230, he outlawed all forms of usury and compelled usurers to contribute toward the Crusades when their debtors could not be found to be compensated (later under his reign, in 1240, would come the famous disputation of the Talmud in Paris, after rulers and churchmen discovered what blasphemies the Talmud taught. Copies of the Talmud were burned in great fires in the streets of Paris). Louis married at age nineteen, in 1234, taking to wife Marguerite of Provence, with whom he had eleven children -- five sons and six daughters. He went on a Crusade in 1248, and fought nobly and with great honor, forbidding his men to kill prisoners and always expecting them to act as Christians. But he lost the battle and, weakened by dystentery, was captured in Mansoura, Egypt. During his captivity, he sang the Divine Office every day with two chaplains and conducted himself with such honor as to impress his captors. When the Sultan was killed by his own emirs, he was set free, but didn't immediately return to Europe; instead, he went to the Holy Land, and remained there in order to help fortify the Christian colonies, not returning until 1254, during which time his mother died. Very dedicated to the cause of peace, he not only arbitrated and made treaties with Henry VIII and James I of Aragon, but did much to curb a lot of the petty, feudal warfare that caused so much harm. He was a great patron of learning, the arts, and architecture, and under his patronage, the Sorbonne was founded; abbeys built; the choir, apse, and nave of St. Denis Basilica -- which contains the tombs of almost all French Kings -- were refurbished, etc. His crowning architectural glory, though, is Ste. Chapelle, the beautiful chapel with the walls of stained glass that sits on the tiny Ile de la Cité right in the middle of Paris, in the Seine River (the same island where Notre Dame Cathedral is found). This chapel was built to house a part of the Crown of Thorns and a piece of the True Cross which he purchased from Emperor Baldwin II in Constantinople, and it became St. Louis's personal royal chapel. Glorious and fruitful was his reign! Indeed, having dealt with economic woes by expelling the usurers from France, King St. Louis ruled over a time that became known as "the golden century of Saint Louis." He was most famous, though, for his charity, humility, and concern for the poor. He built many hospitals, among them the hospital known as "Quinze-vingt" ("Fifteen-Twenty") -- a hospital for the blind and whose name comes from the fact that it could care for 300 patients. He built homes for reformed prostitutes. Every day, he met with the poor personally and saw to it that they were fed, inviting them to dine with him, and washing their feet in imitation of Christ at the Last Supper. He gave special attention to the indigent during Advent and Lent. All who knew him admired him; no one spoke ill of him and he spoke ill of no one else. His biographer, Joinville, wrote, "I was a good twenty-two years in the King's company and never once did I hear him swear, either by God, or His Mother, or His saints. I did not even hear him name the Devil, except if he met the word when reading aloud, or when discussing what had been read." He was also very devoted to the cause of Justice, and eliminated the feudal method of conflict resolution through combat, replacing it with arbitration and judicial process. He eradicated his ancestors' "King's Court" and established popular courts in which he, himself, would hear his subjects' grievances. In 1270, he went off on another Crusade, this time in an attempt to convert the Emir of Tunis after being inspired by acting as godfather to a Jewish convert. Again, his Crusade failed, and again he became sick with dysentery. This time, though, he did not recover. He died at three in the afternoon on 25 August 1270. His last words were those of Christ: "Into Thy hands I commend my spirit." He was canonized in 1297, 27 years after his death, and was succeeded by his son, Philip III. His line continued after him until the French Revolution, when King Louis XVI was guillotined on 21 January 1703. At this act of regicide, the Abbe Edgeworth said, "Son of St. Louis, ascend to Heaven!" St. Louis is the patron of builders, kings, large families, and Crusaders (and, of course, St. Louis, Missouri). He is represented in art by the Crown of Thorns, crown, scepter, and the fleur-de-lis (the symbol of French monarchy, most likely a stylized depiction of the Yellow Flag Iris -- Iris pseudocorus). Between 1226 and 1237 he was a Count of Artois. He died on August 25, 1270 in Tunis, North Africa.125,143,1314 Died of dysentery. He was canonized in 1297.1314 Pope Boniface VIII proclaimed the canonization of Louis in 1297; he is one of the few royals in French history to have been declared a saint. Louis IX is often considered the model of the ideal Christian monarch. Because of the aura of holiness attached to his memory, many Kings of France were called Louis, especially in the Bourbon dynasty, who directly descended from one of his younger sons. The Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Louis is a Roman Catholic religious order founded in 1842 and named in his honour. He was buried in St-Denis Basilica, St-Denis, France. Christian tradition states that some of his entrails were buried directly on the spot in Tunisia, where a Tomb of Saint-Louis can still be visited today, whereas other parts of his entrails were sealed in an urn and placed in the Basilica of Monreale, Palermo, where they still remain. His corpse was taken, after a short stay at the Basilica of Saint Dominic in Bologna, to the French royal necropolis at Saint-Denis, resting in Lyon on the way. King Louis's remains were laid to rest, like those of almost all French Kings, in the Basilica of St. Denis (now a northern suburb of Paris). The Basilica was sacked during the infamous Revolution and its royal tombs were emptied into a mass grave -- with some of the tombs themselves being destroyed, including that of St. Louis. His tomb at Saint-Denis was a magnificent gilt brass monument designed in the late 14th century. It was melted down during the French Wars of Religion, at which time the body of the king disappeared. Only one finger was rescued and is kept at Saint-Denis. Parents: King Louis VIII CAPET of the Franks, Count of Artois and Blanca of Castile.
King Louis VI CAPET of the Franks was born in 1081 in The Kingdom of France.155 Between 1108 and 1137 he was a King of France. From father King Philippe I's death, with whom he was associated in government from c.1100. He firmly established his authority within the royal domain, suppressing brigandage by robber barons and besieging their castles, and punishing wrongdoers. He continued his fathers policy of opposing the English in Normandy and was almost continuously at war with King Henry I (1109-13, 1116-20, 1123-35); he often met with defeat, but his resistance checked a greater English advance. In 1124 he called up forces from far-flung regions of France; with strong support from the nobles he resisted the invasion of Holy Roman Emperor Henry V, who had come to the aid of Henry I. As a part of his plan for strengthening royal authority, Louis favored the church, liberally endowing its enterprises and selecting churchmen, notably the Abbé Suger, as his ministers; he was vigorous, however, in enforcing his privilege of interference in ecclesiastical affairs. To gain support from the towns, he began to grant them royal charters. He obtained a foothold in Guienne (Aquitaine) by marrying his son Louis (his successor as Louis VII) to the heiress of the duchy, Eleanor of Aquitaine. His enforcement of order and justice made Louis popular with the middle classes, the peasantry, and the clergy. He died between August 1137 and December 1137 in Béthizy, Paris, Kingdom of France.62 Hunting Lodge in Béthizy, a few leagues north of Paris. He has Ancestral File Number 377923192. He was also known as King Louis the Fat. http://www.bartleby.com/65/lo/Louis6Fr.html Parents: King Philip I CAPET of the Franks and Queen Berthe DE HOLLANDE.
Spouse: Adelaïde DE SAVOIE of Maurienne. King Louis VI CAPET of the Franks and Adelaïde DE SAVOIE of Maurienne were married in 1115 in The Kingdom of France.199 Children were: Philippe CAPET, Isabella CAPET, King Louis VII CAPET of the Franks, Archbishop Henri CAPET de Rheims, Pierre CAPET I, de Courtenay, Hugues CAPET, Constance CAPET, Bishop-elect Philippe CAPET de Paris, Comte Robert CAPET I, de Dreux.
King Louis VII CAPET of the Franks was born in 1122 in Paris, Ile-de-France, Kingdom of France.62 Between 1137 and 1180 he was a King of France. At about age 15 from father Louis VI's death. Soon aroused the opposition of Pope Innocent II because of his support of a rival to the papal candidate for the archbishopric of Bourges, and his lands were placed under papal interdict. Louis next fought a 2-year war and conquered Champagne in 1144. In 1147 he joined the unsuccessful Second Crusade as one of its two chief military leaders (the other was Conrad III of Germany). Louis warred with Henry II of England for the possession of Aquitaine but renounced all rights to the duchy in 1154, the year Henry became king of England. Between 1157 and 1180 Louis continued sporadic warfare against Henry, who held many of the French provinces. Louis was succeeded by his son Philip II (Philip Augustus). He died on September 18, 1180 in Paris, Kingdom of France.155 He has Ancestral File Number 188961596. He was also known as King Louis the Young. Parents: King Louis VI CAPET of the Franks and Adelaïde DE SAVOIE of Maurienne.
Spouse: Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine. King Louis VII CAPET of the Franks and Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine were married on July 25, 1137 in Saint-André Cathedral, Bordeaux, Aquitaine, Kingdom of France.62 His father King Louis VI obtained a foothold in Guienne (Aquitaine) by marrying him to her, the heiress of the duchy. They had their marriage annulled in 1152. Soon after the unsuccessful Second Crusade was over, King Louis VII and Eleanor agreed to dissolve their marriage, because of Eleanor's own desire for divorce and also because the only children they had were two daughters - Marie, Countess of Champagne, and Alix, Countess of Blois. The royal marriage was annulled on the grounds of consanguinity within the fourth degree. Their daughters were declared legitimate and custody of them awarded to Louis, while Eleanor's lands were restored to her. Children were: Alix CAPET de France, Marie CAPET de France.
Spouse: Adèle DE BLOIS de Champagne. King Louis VII CAPET of the Franks and Adèle DE BLOIS de Champagne were married on October 18, 1160 in The Kingdom of France.199 Children were: King Philippe II AUGUSTE de France, Alix CAPET.
King Louis VIII CAPET of the Franks, Count of Artois was born in 1187 in Paris, Ile-de-France, Kingdom of France.62 From July 14, 1223 to 1226 he was a King of France. From father King Phillippe Auguste II's death. He died in 1226 in Montpensier, Kingdom of France.62 He was also known as King Louis le Lion. Parents: King Philippe II AUGUSTE de France and Queen Isabelle de Hainaut.
Spouse: Blanca of Castile. King Louis VIII CAPET of the Franks, Count of Artois and Blanca of Castile were married on May 23, 1200 in Portmort, France.151 Children were: King St. Louis IX CAPET of France.
Margaret CAPET143 was born about 1155. She died. Parents: King Louis VII CAPET of the Franks and Constance of Castile.
Spouse: Henry of Anjou. Henry of Anjou and Margaret CAPET were married about 1175.