Louis, Grand Dauphin
|Louis of France|
|Le Grand Dauphin|
Louis by an unknown artist
|Dauphin of France|
|Tenure||1 November 1661 - 14 April 1711|
|Born||1 November 1661|
Château de Fontainebleau, France
|Died||14 April 1711 (aged 49)|
Château de Meudon, France
|Burial||28 April 1711|
Royal Basilica, Saint Denis, France
|Spouse||Maria Anna Victoria of Bavaria|
Marie Émilie de Joly
|Louis, Dauphin of France|
Philippe, King of Spain
Charles, Duke of Berry
|House||Bourbons of France|
|Father||Louis XIV of France|
|Mother||Marie Therese of Austria|
He was known as le Grand Dauphin because he had a son, Louis Duke of Burgundy, while still the Dauphin of France. His wife was Maria Anna Victoria of Bavaria. He never became king as he died before his father did. He married Marie Émilie de Joly in secret.
- Louis of France, Duke of Burgundy (16 August 1682 - 18 February 1712), Duke of Burgundy and later Dauphin of France; married second cousin Maria Adelaide of Savoy and had the future Louis XV of France;
- Philippe of France (19 December 1683 - 9 July 1746), Duke of Anjou, (later King of Spain); became King of Spain in 1700; married second cousin Maria Luisa of Savoy and had issue; married again Elisabeth Farnese and had issue such as the future Dauphine of France, Infanta Maria Theresa;
- Charles of France (31 July 1686 – 5 May 1714), Duke of Berry, Alençon and of Angoulême Count of Ponthieu; married his first cousin Marie Louise Élisabeth d'Orléans and had issue but none survived over a year;
Thus, through Burgundy and Anjou, Louis ensured the continuation of the senior Bourbon line on the throne of France and the establishment of the cadet Spanish Bourbon dynasty respectively.
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Lahaye, Matthieu, Louis, Dauphin de France. Fils de roi, père de roi, jamais roi, DEA directed by Joël Cornette, University of Paris VIII, 2005.
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