What royal family in England were cousins to the French king Louis XIV?
The English royal family of the Stuarts were cousins to the family of King Louis XIV.
Louis doesn't have any cousins.
No, Louis doesn't have any cousins.
Louis XVI was executed and his family died or were executed
It was not named after a French king actually. It was named after king Louis of England.
French explorer Louis Jolliet's only family was his parents. His father however died when Louis was very young. He is most known for discovering the upper area of the Mississippi river.
Louis the sixteenth was the ruler.
King Louis XIV was one quarter French, one half Spanish and one quarter Italian.
he has no cousins
He has no cousins!
Louis-Philippe died in England in 1850, and his tomb is in DREUX, France.
Both Louis VII of France and Henry II of England.
Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI got beheaded. The rest of the noble family was either exiled or put to death.
Louis XVI and his Queen Marie Antoinette of Austria from the House of Bourbon.
Louis vuitton is a french luxury brand
Louis Vuitton was French. He spoke French.
Louis XVI Louis the 16th
Louis Gossett Jr and Robert Gossett are first cousins
The first recorded Americans in Illinois were Louis Jolliet and Father Marquette in 1673. In1763 the state was given to England by the French.
Louis-Philippe, the first, last and only monarch of the Orléans dynasty
Yeah he has a few cousins. One is definitely called Ella who is 12. But I'm not really sure what the others are called.
Louis XVI was the first king of France to be executed when he and his family were killed by the leaders of the National Convention under the First French Republic. As the monarchy had been abolished, he was executed under the name â??Louis Capet, citizen of France). His death brought a thousand years of French monarchy to an end.
New apartments were added under the reigns of Louis XV and Louis XVI. The ruling family left at the start of the French Revolution. Versailles would later became a museum and historic building.
Louis XIV never ruled over any part of England.
Louis Riel was a french-canadian métis. He was born in Manitoba.
No, the French Revolution was during the reign of Louis XVI.
he/she is french
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Louis XIV and Charles II were first cousins. Charles II spent quite a bit of time in France with Louis XIV.
No, He doesn't have any Cousins, but has 5 sisters [:
The Tuileres Palace was were Louis XVI and his family fled to after they had to leave Versailles. It served as their home for the following two years.
He was French
Charles X, also known as Comte de Artois, the youngest brother of Louis XVI did not flee to England during the French revolution. He fled to Germany and then to Italy. He did go to England, but this was a lot later, in 1830 and he did not flee. After England, he went to Prague.
Yes, it was Louis XVI.
Louis XIV, Louis XV and Louis XVI.
Louis and his family tried to escape from France to the Austrian Netherlands
*england, and Louis is from Doncaster, England, a good way to remember it, is saying swagmasta from doncasta :d
Louis XVI, who was beheaded along with his son, the [presumptive] Louis XVII. When the monarchy was restored, Louis XVIII became king.
yes because she is french!
Louis Pasteur was a prominent French scientist.
Louis XV was seriously disliked by the French.
King Louis XVI (Sixteen,) fled with his wife during the French Revolution. His wife, Marie Antionette, was attempting to flee to her native Austria (where she is a member of the royal family.)
Louis Pasteur was a French chemist and a microbiologist..
Louis braille and Louis Pasteur.
The French fashion company is Louis Vuitton.
Yes! She went to St. Jose Academy
What is the name of the grandfather that cursed the family in the book Holes by Louis Sachar by Louis Sachar?
Elya cursed the family.