Louis II, Count of Blois

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Louis II of Châtillon (d. 26 August 1346, battle of Crécy), son of Guy I, Count of Blois and Margaret of Valois, was count of Blois and lord of Avesnes 1342–1346.

In 1340 in Soissons, he married Jeanne of Avesnes, Countess of Soissons (d. 1350), daughter of John of Avesnes, Lord of Beaumont. They had three children:

Louis was killed at the Battle of Crécy.

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French nobility
Preceded by
Guy I
Count of Blois
1342–1346
Succeeded by
Louis III
Preceded by
Jeanne
Count of Soissons
1344–1346
With: Jeanne