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  1. Marie Louise of France (1728–1733) - Wikipedia

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    Marie Louise of France (28 July 1728 – 19 February 1733) was a French princess, daughter of Louis XV of France and queen Marie Leszczyńska. Biography. Born at Versailles, the third child of Louis XV of France and his Queen Marie Leszczyńska, she was known as Madame Troisième until her baptism a few weeks before her death.

  2. Marie Thérèse of Austria - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Children. Louis of France, Dauphin of France (1 November 1661 – 14 April 1711) Dauphin of France married Maria Anna Victoria of Bavaria and had issue. Later married Marie Émilie de Joly in secret. Anne Élisabeth of France (18 November 1662 – 30 December 1662) died in infancy.

  3. Marie Zéphyrine of France - Wikipedia

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    Marie Zéphyrine of France (26 August 1750 – 2 September 1755) was a Daughter of France, the daughter of Louis, Dauphin of France, and Maria Josepha of Saxony. Marie Zéphyrine, known as Madame Royale or la Petite Madame , was born at the Palace of Versailles and was named after St Zephyrinus , on whose feast day she was born.

    • 2 September 1755 (aged 5), Palace of Versailles, France
    • Royal Basilica, Saint Denis, Paris
  4. Family tree of French monarchs - Wikipedia

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    Marie Victoire de Noailles 1688–1766: Marie Louise of Orléans 1662–1689: Charles II King of Spain 1661–1700 r.1665–1700: Louis Count of Vermandois 1667–1683 r.1669–1683: Louise Françoise of Bourbon 1673–1743: Louis III Prince of Condé 1668–1710: Marie Anne de Bourbon 1666–1739: Louis Armand I Prince of Conti 1661–1685 r ...

  5. Maria Theresa of Spain - Wikipedia

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    Of her six children, only one survived her, Louis, le Grand Dauphin, the oldest one, who died in 1711. One of her younger grandsons would eventually inherit her claim to the Spanish throne to become King Philip V of Spain in 1700.

  6. Francis, Duke of Anjou - Wikipedia

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    Children Francis II Elizabeth, Queen of Spain Claude, Duchess of Lorraine Louis, Duke of Orléans Charles IX Henry III Margaret, Queen of Navarre Francis, Duke of Anjou Joan of Valois Victoria of Valois: Francis II; Charles IX; Children Marie Elisabeth of Valois: Henry III

  7. Marie Leszczyńska - Wikipedia

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    In August 1727, Marie gave birth to her first children, twins named Louise Élisabeth and Anne Henriette, at the Palace of Versailles. The king was reportedly delighted, stating that after it had been said that he could not be a father, he had suddenly become the father of two.

  8. Louis Alphonse de Bourbon - Wikipedia

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    Louis Alphonse, Duke of Anjou (2006). Louis Alphonse was born in Madrid , the second son of Alfonso de Borbón, Duke of Anjou and Cádiz , and of his wife María del Carmen Martínez-Bordiú y Franco , eldest granddaughter of Francisco Franco .

  9. Xavier, Duke of Aquitaine - Wikipedia

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    Xavier Marie Joseph, Duke of Aqutaine (8 September 1753 – 22 February 1754) was a French prince of the House of Bourbon. He was the third surviving child and eldest son of Louis, Dauphin of France and Maria Josepha of Saxony , and was thus the oldest brother to the future kings Louis XVI , Louis XVIII and Charles X .

  10. Children with Queen Marie Thérèse Louis of France, Dauphin of France (1 November 1661 – 14 April 1711) Dauphin of France married Maria Anna Victoria of Bavaria and had issue. Later married Marie Émilie de Joly in secret. Anne Élisabeth of France (18 November 1662 – 30 December 1662) died in infancy.

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