Descendants of Louis XIV of France

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Louis XIV of France

The descendants of Louis XIV of France, Bourbon monarch of the Kingdom of France, are numerous. Although only three of his children by his wife Maria Theresa of Spain survived past infancy, Louis had many illegitimate children by his mistresses.[1] This article deals with the children of Louis XIV and in turn their senior descendants.

Legitimate issue by Maria Theresa of Spain[edit]

Louis XIV and Maria Theresa also had two other children, though they were unable to survive infancy. Their names were Anne-Élisabeth (18 November 1662 – 30 December 1662) and Louis-François (14 June 1672 – 4 November 1672).

Maria Theresa of Spain[edit]

She was born as Infanta María Teresa of Spain (also known as María Teresa of Austria, being paternal great-great-granddaughter of an Archduke of Austria), at the Royal Monastery of El Escorial. Maria was the daughter of Philip IV of Spain and Elisabeth of France. María Teresa thus combined the blood of Philip III of Spain and Margarita of Austria, on her father's side, and that of Henry IV of France and Marie de' Medici, on her mother's side.

Infanta María Teresa by Diego Velázquez, c. 1652

In his turn, Philip III was the son of Philip II of Spain and Anna of Austria who was, herself, a daughter of Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor and Maria of Spain. Philip II and Maria of Spain were siblings, being both children of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor and Isabella of Portugal. María Teresa, therefore, like many Habsburgs, was a product of years and generations of royal intermarriage between cousins.

In 1659, as the war with France began to wind down, a union between the two royal families, of Spain and of France, was proposed as a means to secure peace. María Teresa and Louis XIV were double first-cousins, and it was proposed that they wed. His father was Louis XIII of France, who was the brother of her mother, while her father was brother to Anne of Austria, his mother.

Such a prospect was intensely enticing to Anne of Austria, mother of Louis XIV and aunt of María Teresa, who desired an end to hostilities between her native country, Spain, and her adopted one, France, and who hoped this to come by her niece becoming her daughter-in-law.[2] However, Spanish hesitation and procrastination led to a scheme in which Cardinal Mazarin, the First Minister of France, pretended to seek a marriage for his master with Margaret of Savoy. When Philip IV of Spain heard of the meeting at Lyon between the Houses of France and Savoy, he reputedly exclaimed of the Franco-Savoyard union that "it cannot be, and will not be". Philip then sent a special envoy to the French Court to open negotiations for peace and a royal marriage. After a marriage by proxy to the French king in Fuenterrabia, María Teresa became known as Marie-Thérèse. Her father, Philip IV, and the entire Spanish court accompanied the bride to the Isle of Pheasants, in the Bidassoa, where Louis and his court met her. On 7 June 1660, she departed from her native country of Spain. Two days later, on 9 June, the religious marriage took place in Saint-Jean-de-Luz Saint Jean-Baptiste church, which had recently been rebuilt on the site of the former 13th century church burned several times in the 15th and 16th centuries.

Louis, Dauphin of France[edit]

Name of Descendant Portrait Birth Marriages and Issue Death
Louis, Dauphin of France
("The Great Dauphin")
1683–1711
Portrait Louis de France.jpg 1 November 1661
Palace of Versailles
son of Maria Theresa of Spain and Louis XIV of France
Duchess Maria Anna Victoria of Bavaria
7 March 1680
Châlons-sur-Marne
3 children
14 April 1711
aged 49
Louis, Duke of Burgundy
1711–1712
Louis Duc de Bourgogne.jpg 16 August 1682
Palace of Versailles
son of Louis, Dauphin of France and Maria Anna of Bavaria
Marie Adélaïde of Savoy
7 December 1697
3 children
18 February 1712
aged 30
Louis, Duke of Brittany
1712
Louis Dauphin Brittany.jpg 8 January 1707
son of Louis, Duke of Burgundy and Marie-Adélaïde of Savoy
never married 8 March 1712
aged 5
Louis XV of France
1712–1774
Louis15-1.jpg 15 February 1710
Palace of Versailles
son of Louis, Duke of Burgundy and Marie-Adélaïde of Savoy
Maria Leszczyńska
4 September 1725
10 children
10 May 1774
Palace of Versailles
aged 64
Louis XVI of France
1774–1793
Louis XVI of France.jpg 23 August 1754
Palace of Versailles
son of Louis, Dauphin of France and Marie-Josèphe of Saxony
Marie Antoinette
16 May 1770
4 children
21 January 1793
Paris
aged 38
"Louis XVII of France"
1785–1795
Louis Charles of France6.jpg 27 March 1785
Palace of Versailles
son of Louis XVI of France and Marie Antoinette
never married 8 June 1795
Paris Temple
aged 10
Louis XVIII of France
1795–1824
Louis XVIII of France.png 17 November 1755
Palace of Versailles
son of Louis, Dauphin of France and Marie-Josèphe of Saxony
Marie Josephine Louise of Savoy
14 May 1771
No children
16 September 1824
Paris
aged 68
Charles X of France
1824–1836
Charles X of France.png 9 October 1757
Palace of Versailles
son of Louis, Dauphin of France and Marie-Josèphe of Saxony
Marie Thérèse of Savoy
16 November 1773
3 children
6 November 1836
Gorizia
aged 79
Louis Antoine, Duke of Angoulême
1836–1844
Louis antoine artois.jpg 6 August 1775
Palace of Versailles
son of Charles X of France and Marie Thérèse of Savoy
Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte of France
June 1799
No children
3 June 1844
Gorizia
aged 68
Henri, Count of Chambord
1844–1883
Comte-de-chambord.jpg 29 September 1820
Tuileries Palace
son of Charles Ferdinand, Duke of Berry and Caroline Ferdinande Louise of Two Sicilies
Marie Thérèse of Austria-Este
November 1846
No children
24 August 1883
Gorizia
aged 63

End of a Dynasty[edit]

"Louis XVII" or Louis-Charles, the Duke of Normandy, was the last male heir of the direct line of descent from Louis XIV. After his death in the temple in 1795, the succession rights passed to his uncle (the title of "Heir-Male" of Louis XIV would also have passed to him), who eventually became Louis XVIII of France, a younger brother of the Duke's Father, Louis XVI of France, and was as such a member of the senior line of descent from Louis XIV and the Bourbon-Vendôme line of the House of Bourbon.

After Louis XVIII's death, the throne went to yet another brother of Louis XVI, Charles, Count of Artois, who ascended the throne as Charles X of France. His son, Louis-Antoine, Duke of Angoulême, married Madame Royale, daughter of his uncle, Louis XVI of France, in a move to unite both lines of Royal Family. However, the duke and Madame Royale never had any children. Louis-Antoine was King of France for just about 20 minutes, after his father's abdication, but was himself forced to sign his abdication, granting all rights to the Duke of Orléans, who became Louis-Philippe, King of the French.

However, the remaining descendants of Charles X refused to give up their claims. From this struggle emerged the Legitimist and the Orleanist parties, the former of which supported the cause of Henri, Comte de Chambord, grandson of Charles X, and the latter supported the deposed House of Orléans, to which Louis-Philippe belonged and were his subsequent descendants. Therefore according to primogeniture rules, Henri, Comte de Chambord was the Heir-Male of Louis XIV and also the Legitimist claimant of the throne of France.

The Spanish Line[edit]

Henry, Count of Chambord died childless on 24 August 1883. This was the end of the direct line of Louis XIV, through his eldest grandson, Louis de France, Duke of Burgundy (duc de Bourgogne). His youngest grandson, Charles, Duke of Berry died without any surviving issue. Therefore according to the Laws of Succession in France, the rights of succession passed to the descendants of Philip V of Spain, formerly Philippe de France, Duke of Anjou, who was Louis XIV's second eldest grandson. Some of the Legitimists recognized Louis-Philippe's grandson, Philippe, Count of Paris, as the rightful heir. Others transferred their loyalty to members of the Spanish Royal Family who were descended from Philip V of Spain.

In the aftermath of the War of Spanish Succession, Philip, Duke of Anjou inherited the throne of Spain, but had to renounce his claim to the French throne as part of Treaty of Utrecht, in a move to prevent the union of the two Crowns by the Grand Alliance powers. Legitimists regard this as invalid, because under the fundamental law of French monarchy, neither a king nor his heirs can renounce the claim to a throne they hold but do not possess.

Moreover, Philip quickly revived Spanish ambition; taking advantage of the power vacuum caused by Louis XIV's death in 1715, Philip announced he would claim the French crown if the infant Louis XV died, and attempted to reclaim Spanish territory in Italy, precipitating the War of the Quadruple Alliance in 1717.

After the death of Henry, Count of Chambord, the title passed to his distant cousin and brother-in-law, Juan, Count of Montizon, who was also the Carlist pretender to the throne of Spain, as he was the son of Carlos, Count of Molina. He was proclaimed Jean III, King of France and Navarre. He issued a declaration saying, "Having become Head of the House of Bourbon by the death of my brother-in-law and cousin, the Count of Chambord, I declare that I do not in any way renounce the rights to the throne of France which I have held since my birth".

Name of Descendant Portrait Birth Marriages and Issue Death
Philip V of Spain
1683–1746
Philipofespaneol.jpg 19 December 1683
Palace of Versailles
son of Louis, le Grand Dauphin and Duchess Maria Anna Victoria of Bavaria
Maria Luisa of Savoy
3 November 1701
Elisabeth Farnese
24 December 1714
9 children
9 July 1746
Madrid
aged 62
Charles III of Spain
1716–1788
Charles III of Spain high resolution.jpg 20 January 1716
Madrid
son of Philip V and Elizabeth Farnese
Maria Amalia of Saxony
1738
13 children
14 December 1788
Madrid
aged 72
Charles IV of Spain
1748–1819
Charles IV of Spain.jpg 11 November 1748
Portici
son of Charles III of Spain and Maria Amalia of Saxony
Maria Luisa of Parma
10 October 1846
12 children
10 April 1904
Paris
aged 73
Infante Carlos, Count of Molina
1788–1855
Carlos María Isidro de Borbón.png 29 March 1788
Madrid
son of Charles IV of Spain and Maria Luisa of Parma
Maria Francisca of Portugal
1816
Teresa, Princess of Beira
1838
2 children
10 March 1855

aged 66
Juan, Count of Montizón
1883–1887
DonJuanIII.jpg 15 May 1822
Royal Palace of Aranjuez
son of Infante Carlos of Spain and Infanta Maria Francisca of Portugal
Maria Beatrix of Austria-Este
6 February 1847
2 children
21 November 1887
Hove
aged 65
Carlos, Duke of Madrid
1887–1909
Carlos Duke of Madrid.jpg 30 March 1848
Ljubljana
son of Juan, Count of Montizón and Maria Beatrix of Austria-Este
Margherita of Parma
4 February 1867
5 children
18 July 1909
Varese
aged 61
Jaime, Duke of Madrid
1909–1931
Don Jaime de Borbón.jpg 27 June 1870
Vevey
son of Carlos, Duke of Madrid and Margherita of Parma
never married 2 October 1931
París
aged 61
Alfonso Carlos, Duke of San Jaime
1931–1936
AlfonsoCarlos.jpg 12 September 1849
London
son of Juan, Count of Montizón and Maria Beatrix of Austria-Este
Maria das Neves of Portugal
26 April 1871
1 child
29 September 1936
Vienna
aged 87

After his death, his sons and grandson, succeeded to the titles. His youngest son, Alfonso Carlos, willed his rights to the Spanish throne to Xavier, Duke of Parma, who became the Carlist pretender. However, the rights to the throne of France passed to the line of his cousin, Francis, Duke of Cadiz, who was the son of his grandfather's youngest brother. Francis was Isabella II's consort; therefore the claim was inherited by the Spanish Royal Family in the person of King Alfonso XIII. The title was next inherited by the eldest-surviving son of Alfonso, Infante Jaime, Duke of Segovia and subsequently his grandson and great-grandson.

Thus, the current heir-male of Louis XIV and the representative of the rights of Philip V of Spain to the French throne is Louis Alphonse, Duke of Anjou, who is the first cousin once removed of the present king of Spain, Juan Carlos I, son of Alfonso, Duke of Anjou and Cádiz.

Name of Descendant Portrait Birth Marriages and Issue Death
Alfonso XIII of Spain
1936–1941
Alphonse XIII.jpg 17 May 1886
Madrid
son of Alfonso XII of Spain and Maria Christina of Austria
Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg
31 May 1906
7 children
28 February 1941
Rome
aged 54
Infante Jaime, Duke of Segovia
1941–1975
Jaime Enrique de Borbón.jpg 23 June 1908
Segovia
son of Alfonso XIII of Spain and Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg
Emmanuelle de Dampierre
4 March 1935
Rome
2 children
20 March 1975
St. Gallen
aged 67
Alfonso, Duke of Anjou and Cádiz
1975–1989
20 April 1936
Rome
son of Infante Jaime, Duke of Segovia and Emmanuelle de Dampierre
María del Carmen Martínez-Bordiú y Franco
8 March 1972
Royal Palace of El Pardo
2 children
30 January 1989
Beaver Creek
aged 53
Louis Alphonse, Duke of Anjou
1989–present
Louis de Bourbon.jpg 25 April 1974
Madrid
son of Alfonso, Duke of Anjou and Cádiz and María del Carmen Martínez-Bordiú y Franco
Maria Margarita, Duchess of Anjou
5 November 2004
Caracas
3 children

However, if a non-Salic primogeniture is followed, the eldest surviving descendant, in other words, the heir-general of Louis XIV is Princess Alicia of Bourbon-Parma, the mother of the present Duke of Calabria. With the death of the Madame Royale, daughter of Louis XVI, the direct line of the French royal family became extinct. At her death, the heir-general of Louix XIV was also its heir-male — Henri, Count of Chambord ("Henri V"), who was the nephew of her husband and first cousin, Louis Antoine, Duke of Angoulême. However with his death, the titles split, with the French succession rights passing to the descendants of Philip V of Spain and the title of heir-general passing to his sister, Louise Marie Thérèse d'Artois, who married Charles III, Duke of Parma, himself a direct descendant of Philip V of Spain. It is through this descent that Princess Alicia holds the designation of heir-general of Louis XIV.

Princess Alicia is also a descendant of Louis XIV through another line. Louis XV's eldest daughter, Princess Louise Élisabeth of France married Philip, Duke of Parma, a son of King Philip V of Spain and Elisabeth Farnese.

Name of Descendant Portrait Birth Marriages and Issue Death
Marie Louise Élisabeth, Duchess of Parma
1727–1759
Isabella Louise Elisabeth de Parma.jpg August 14, 1727
Daughter of Louis XV of France and Marie Leszczyńska
Philip, Duke of Parma
26 August 1739
3 children
December 6, 1759
Versailles
aged 32
Ferdinand, Duke of Parma
1765–1802
Ferdinando de Parma.jpg 20 January 1751
Parma
son of Philip, Duke of Parma and Marie Louise Élisabeth
Archduchess Maria Amalia of Austria
19 July 1769
7 children
9 October 1802
Fontevivo
aged 51
Louis of Etruria
1802–1803
Louis Etrurien1.JPG 5 July 1773
Rome
son of Ferdinand, Duke of Parma and Archduchess Maria Amalia of Austria
Maria Louisa of Spain, Duchess of Lucca
25 August 1795
2 children
27 May 1803
Florence
aged 30
Charles II, Duke of Parma
1803–1883
Charles II, Duke of Parma.jpg 22 December 1799
Madrid
son of Louis of Etruria and Maria Louisa of Spain, Duchess of Lucca
Maria Teresa of Savoy
5 September 1820
2 children
16 April 1883
Nice
aged 84
Robert I, Duke of Parma
1883–1907
Robert I duke of parma.jpg 9 July 1848
Florence
son of Charles III, Duke of Parma and Louise Marie Thérèse of France
Maria Pia of the Two Sicilies
1869
12 children
Maria Antonia of Portugal
1884
12 children
16 November 1907
Viareggio
aged 63
Henry, Duke of Parma
1907–1939
Henry, Duke of Parma titular.png 13 June 1873
Wartegg
son of Robert I, Duke of Parma and Maria Pia of the Two Sicilies
never married 16 November 1939
Pianore
aged 66
Joseph, Duke of Parma
1939–1950
Joseph, Duke of Parma titular.png 30 June 1875
Biarritz
son of Robert I, Duke of Parma and Maria Pia of the Two Sicilies
never married 7 January 1950
Pianore
aged 75
Elias, Duke of Parma
1950–1959
23 July 1880
Biarritz
son of Robert I, Duke of Parma and Maria Pia of the Two Sicilies
Maria Anna of Austria
25 May 1903
Vienna
8 children
27 June 1959
Friedberg, Styria
aged 79
Robert II, Duke of Parma
1959–1974
Robert II, Duke of Parma.jpg 7 August 1909
Weilburg
son of Elias, Duke of Parma and Maria Anna of Austria
never married 25 November 1974
Vienna
aged 65
Elisabeth of Parma
1974–1983
Armoiries Bourbon-Parme.svg 17 March 1904
Vienna
daughter of Elias, Duke of Parma and Maria Anna of Austria
never married 13 June 1983
Bad Ischl
aged 79
Alicia, Duchess of Calabria
1983–present
13 November 1917
Vienna
daughter of Elias, Duke of Parma and Maria Anna of Austria
Infante Alfonso, Duke of Calabria
30 November 1901
3 children

Marie Thérèse de France[edit]

Name of Descendant Portrait Birth Marriages and Issue Death
Marie Thérèse de France
1667–1672
Marie therese 0 de bourbon.jpg 2 January 1667
Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye
daughter of Maria Theresa of Spain and Louis XIV of France
never married 1 March 1672
Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye
aged 5
Philippe Charles de France
1668–1671
Filip Karol Burbon.jpg 5 August 1668
Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye
son of Maria Theresa of Spain and Louis XIV of France
never married 10 July 1671
Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye
aged 3

Illegitimate issue[edit]

By Louise de La Vallière[edit]

Marie Anne de Bourbon[edit]

Name of Descendant Portrait Birth Marriages and Issue Death
Marie Anne de Bourbon
1666–1739
Mlle de blois.JPG 2 October 1666
Vincennes
daughter of Louise de La Vallière and Louis XIV of France
Louis Armand I, Prince of Conti
16 January 1680
Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye
No children
3 May 1739
Paris
aged 72
Louis de Bourbon, Count of Vermandois
1667–1683
Comte de Vermandois (1667-1683).jpg 2 October 1667
Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye
son of Louise de La Vallière and Louis XIV of France
never married 18 November 1683
Flanders
aged 16

By Françoise-Athénaïs, Marquise de Montespan[edit]

Louis XIV and Françoise-Athénaïs had seven children in total and she was his most notorious mistress. Two of their children died very young. Their names were Louise Françoise de Bourbon (late March 1669 – 23 February 1672) and Louis-César de Bourbon (20 June 1672 – 10 January 1683).

Louis-Auguste de Bourbon, Duke of Maine[edit]

Name of Descendant Portrait Birth Marriages and Issue Death
Louis Auguste de Bourbon, Duke of Maine
1670–1736
Louis Auguste de Bourbon, Légitimé de France, duc du Maine, 1708.jpg 31 March 1670
Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye
son of Louis XIV of France and Françoise-Athénaïs, marquise de Montespan
Anne Louise Bénédicte de Bourbon
1692
7 children
14 May 1736
Château de Sceaux
aged 66
Louis Auguste de Bourbon, Prince of Dombes
1736–1755
Louis-Auguste II de Bourbon, prince de Dombes.jpg 4 March 1700
Versailles
son of Louis Auguste de Bourbon, Duke of Maine and Anne-Louise-Bénédicte de Bourbon-Condé
never married 1 October 1755
Fontainebleau
aged 55
Louis Charles de Bourbon, Count of Eu
1755–1775
Louis Charles de Bourbon, Count of Eu, unknown artist.jpg 5 October 1701
Château de Sceaux
son of Louis Auguste de Bourbon, Duke of Maine and Anne Louise Bénédicte de Bourbon
never married 13 July 1775
Château de Sceaux
aged 73

Louise-Françoise de Bourbon[edit]

Name of Descendant Portrait Birth Marriages and Issue Death
Louise-Françoise de Bourbon
1673–1743
Madame la Duchesse de Bourbon, Nattier.jpg 1 June 1673
Tournai
daughter of Louis XIV of France and Françoise-Athénaïs, marquise de Montespan
Louis III, Prince of Condé
25 May 1685
9 children
16 June 1743
Palais Bourbon
aged 70
Charles de Bourbon, Count of Charolais
1743–1760
CharlesDeBourbon-CondeRigaud.jpg 19 June 1700
Château de Chantilly
son of Louise-Françoise de Bourbon and Louis III, Prince of Condé
Jeanne de Valois-Saint Rémy
1 child
2 illegitimate children
23 July 1760
Paris
aged 60
Louis de Bourbon, Count of Clermont
1760–1771
François-Hubert Drouais, Louis de Bourbon-Condé, comte de Clermont (1771).jpg 15 June 1709
son of Louise-Françoise de Bourbon and Louis III, Prince of Condé
Elisabeth-Claire Leduc
1765
2 children
16 July 1771
aged 62
Louis François de Bourbon, Prince of Conti
1771–1776
Louis 15.jpg 13 August 1717
Paris
son of Louise Élisabeth de Bourbon and Louis Armand de Bourbon, Prince of Conti
Louise Diane d'Orléans
22 January 1731
2 children
2 August 1776
Paris
aged 58
Louis François Joseph de Bourbon, Prince of Conti
1776–1814
Bourbon-Conti, Louis François Joseph.jpg 1 September 1734
Paris
son of Louis François de Bourbon, Prince of Conti and Louise Diane d'Orléans
Marie Fortunée d'Este
1759
No children
13 March 1814
Barcelona
aged 80
Louis-Philippe of France
("The Citizen King")
1814–1850
Louis-Philippe, roi des Français.jpg 6 October 1773
Paris
son of Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans and Louise Marie Adélaïde de Bourbon-Penthièvre
Maria Amalia of the Two Sicilies
1809
10 children
26 August 1850
Claremont
aged 76
Prince Philippe, Count of Paris
1850–1894
Phillipe, Comte de Paris.jpg 24 August 1838
Paris
son of Prince Ferdinand Philippe, Duke of Orléans and Duchess Helen of Mecklenburg-Schwerin
Princess Marie Isabelle d'Orléans
30 May 1864
8 children
8 September 1894
Stowe House
aged 56
Prince Philippe, Duke of Orléans
1894–1926
Felipd'OrleansOrleans.jpg 24 August 1869
York House, Twickenham
son of Prince Philippe, Count of Paris and Princess Marie Isabelle d'Orléans
Maria Dorothea of Austria
5 November 1896
No children
28 March 1926
Stowe House
aged 56
Prince Jean, Duke of Guise
1926–1940
Jean Orleans Duc de Guise.jpg 4 September 1874
Paris
son of Prince Robert, Duke of Chartres and Marie-Françoise d'Orléans
Princess Isabelle d'Orléans
30 October 1899
4 children
25 August 1940
Larache
aged 66
Prince Henri, Count of Paris
1940–1999
Henri d'Orléans, Comte de Paris (1980-1999).jpg 5 July 1908
Le Nouvion-en-Thiérache
son of Prince Jean, Duke of Guise and Princess Isabelle d'Orléans
Princess Isabel of Orléans-Braganza
8 April 1931
11 children
19 June 1999
Cherisy
aged 91
Henri, Count of Paris, Duke of France
1999–present
14 June 1933
Woluwe-Saint-Pierre
son of Henri, comte de Paris and Princess Isabel of Orléans-Braganza
Marie Therese of Württemberg
5 July 1957
5 children

Micaela Cousiño Quiñones de León
31 October 1984
No children

Louis César de Bourbon[edit]

Name of Descendant Portrait Birth Marriages and Issue Death
Louis César, Count of Vexin
1672-1683
Louis-Cesar de Bourbon(1672-1683).jpg 20 June 1673
Bussy-Saint-Georges
son of Louis XIV of France and Françoise-Athénaïs, marquise de Montespan
never married 10 January 1683
aged 10

Louise Marie Anne de Bourbon[edit]

Name of Descendant Portrait Birth Marriages and Issue Death
Louise Marie Anne de Bourbon
1674–1681
Louise Marie Anne de Bourbon.jpg 18 November 1674
Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye
daughter of Louis XIV of France and Françoise-Athénaïs, marquise de Montespan
never married 15 September 1681
aged 6

Françoise-Marie de Bourbon[edit]

Name of Descendant Portrait Birth Marriages and Issue Death
Françoise-Marie de Bourbon
1677–1749
Francoise Marie de Bourbon par Caminade Alexandre-François.jpg 25 May 1677
Maintenon
daughter of Madame de Montespan and Louis XIV of France
Philippe II, Duke of Orléans
9 January 1692
8 children
1 February 1749
Château de Saint-Cloud
aged 71
Louis d'Orléans, Duke of Orléans
1749–1752
Louis-Orleans.jpg 4 August 1703
Palace of Versailles
son of Françoise-Marie de Bourbon and Philippe II, Duke of Orléans
Margravine Auguste Marie Johanna of Baden-Baden
18 June 1724
2 children
4 February 1752
Paris
aged 48
Louis Philippe I, Duke of Orléans
1752–1785
Louis-Philippe1.jpg 12 May 1725
Palace of Versailles
son of Louis d'Orléans, Duke of Orléans and Margravine Auguste Marie Johanna of Baden-Baden
Louise Henriette de Bourbon
1743
3 children
18 November 1785
Seine-Port
aged 60
Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans
1785–1793
Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orléans.jpg 13 April 1747
Château de Saint Cloud
son of Louis Philippe I, Duke of Orléans and Louise Henriette de Bourbon
Louise Marie Adélaïde de Bourbon
6 June 1769
5 children
6 November 1793
Paris
aged 46
Louis-Philippe of France
("The Citizen King")
1793–1850
Louis-Philippe, roi des Français.jpg 6 October 1773
Paris
son of Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans and Louise Marie Adélaïde de Bourbon
Maria Amalia of the Two Sicilies
1809
10 children
26 August 1850
Claremont
aged 76
Philippe, comte de Paris
1850–1894
Phillipe, Comte de Paris.jpg 24 August 1838
Paris
son of Prince Ferdinand Philippe, Duke of Orléans and Duchess Helen of Mecklenburg-Schwerin
Princess Marie Isabelle d'Orléans
30 May 1864
8 children
8 September 1894
Stowe House
aged 56
Prince Philippe, Duke of Orléans
1894–1926
Felipd'OrleansOrleans.jpg 24 August 1869
York House, Twickenham
son of Prince Philippe, Count of Paris and Princess Marie Isabelle d'Orléans
Maria Dorothea of Austria
5 November 1896
No children
28 March 1926
Stowe House
aged 56
Prince Jean, Duke of Guise
1926–1940
Jean Orleans Duc de Guise.jpg 4 September 1874
Paris
son of Prince Robert, Duke of Chartres and Marie-Françoise d'Orléans
Isabelle d'Orléans, duchesse de Guise
30 October 1899
4 children
25 August 1940
Larache
aged 66
Prince Henri, Count of Paris
1940–1999
Henri d'Orléans, Comte de Paris (1980-1999).jpg 5 July 1908
Nouvion-en-Thiérache
son of Prince Jean, Duke of Guise and Isabelle d'Orléans, duchesse de Guise
Princess Isabel of Orléans-Braganza
8 April 1931
11 children
19 June 1999
Chérisy
aged 91
Henri, Count of Paris, Duke of France
1999–present
14 June 1933
Woluwe-Saint-Pierre
son of Prince Henri, Count of Paris and Princess Isabel of Orléans-Braganza
Marie Therese of Württemberg
5 July 1957
5 children

Micaela Cousiño Quiñones de León
31 October 1984
No children

Louis-Alexandre de Bourbon, Count of Toulouse[edit]

Name of Descendant Portrait Birth Marriages and Issue Death
Louis Alexandre de Bourbon, Count of Toulouse
1678–1737
Louis-Alexandre de Bourbon-Toulouse.jpg 6 June 1678
Palace of Versailles
son of Françoise-Athénaïs, marquise de Montespan and Louis XIV of France
Marie Victoire de Noailles
2 February 1723
1 child
1 December 1737
Château de Rambouillet
aged 59
Louis Jean Marie de Bourbon, Duke of Penthièvre
1737–1793
Louis Jean Marie de Bourbon, duc de Penthièvre.jpg 16 November 1725
Château de Rambouillet
son of Louis-Alexandre de Bourbon, comte de Toulouse and Marie Victoire de Noailles
Princess Maria Teresa Felicitas of Modena
1744
7 children
4 March 1793
Vernon, Eure
aged 68
Louise Marie Adélaïde de Bourbon
1793–1821
Luisa Maria Adelaida de Borbon Penthievre22.jpg 13 March 1753
Hôtel de Toulouse
daughter of Louis Jean Marie de Bourbon, Duke of Penthièvre and Princess Maria Teresa Felicitas of Modena
Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans
6 June 1769
5 children
27 June 1821
Ivry-sur-Seine
aged 68
Louis-Philippe of France
("The Citizen King")
1821–1850
Louis-Philippe, roi des Français.jpg 6 October 1773
Paris
son of Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans and Louise Marie Adélaïde de Bourbon
Maria Amalia of the Two Sicilies
1809
10 children
26 August 1850
Claremont
aged 76
Prince Philippe, Count of Paris
1850–1894
Phillipe, Comte de Paris.jpg 24 August 1838
Paris
son of Ferdinand Philippe, Duke of Orléans and Duchess Helen of Mecklenburg-Schwerin
Princess Marie Isabelle of Orléans
30 May 1864
8 children
8 September 1894
Stowe House
aged 56
Prince Philippe, Duke of Orléans
1894–1926
Felipd'OrleansOrleans.jpg 24 August 1869
York House, Twickenham
son of Prince Philippe, Count of Paris and Princess Marie Isabelle d'Orléans
Maria Dorothea of Austria
5 November 1896
No children
28 March 1926
Stowe House
aged 56
Prince Jean, Duke of Guise
1926–1940
Jean Orleans Duc de Guise.jpg 4 September 1874
Paris
son of Prince Robert, Duke of Chartres and Marie-Françoise d'Orléans
Princess Isabelle d'Orléans
30 October 1899
4 children
25 August 1940
Larache
aged 66
Prince Henri, Count of Paris
1940–1999
Henri d'Orléans, Comte de Paris (1980-1999).jpg 5 July 1908
Nouvion-en-Thiérache
son of Prince Jean, Duke of Guise and Princess Isabelle d'Orléans
Princess Isabel of Orléans-Braganza
8 April 1931
11 children
19 June 1999
Chérisy
aged 91
Henri, Count of Paris, Duke of France
1999–present
14 June 1933
Woluwe-Saint-Pierre
son of Prince Henri, Count of Paris and Princess Isabel of Orléans-Braganza
Marie Therese of Württemberg
5 July 1957
5 children

Micaela Cousiño Quiñones de León
31 October 1984
No children

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Louis XIV, roi de France". GeneAll.net. Retrieved 2008-06-21. 
  2. ^ Antonia Fraser. Love and Louis XIV.

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