Louis II, Count of Loon
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Louis II was count of Loon between the end of the 12th century to 1218.
Louis married Ada, Countess of Holland in 1203 after her father died and she inherited Holland. She waged war against her uncle William I of Holland, to defend her inheritance of Holland. Despite her marriage to Louis for extra protection, she was taken prisoner in Leiden and brought first to Texel and then to England.
Louis was poisoned in 1218.
|Count of Holland
jointly with Ada
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