François I (12 September 1494-31 March 1547), King of France

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Married:17 August 1530Eleonore of Austria (15 November 1498-18 February 1558)Abbaye de Saint-Laurent de Beyries (Beyries [municipality], Landes [district], Aquitaine [county], France [country])
They married by proxy at Torrelaguna in Castile 20 March 1530.
Children with :
Madeleine de Valois (August 1520-7 July 1537)2
Occupation:3King of France
Buried:4Basilica of St Denis [building], Saint-Denis [municipality], Seine-Saint-Denis [district], Île-de-France [county], France [country]
Born:512 September 1494Château de Cognac [building], Cognac [municipality], Charente [county], Poitou-Charentes [county], France [country]
Died:631 March 1547Castle of Rambouillet [building], Rambouillet [municipality], Yvelines [district], Île-de-France [county], France [country]
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1 Charles Cawley, Medieval Lands - version 4 ( : ), Austria.
2 Sir James Balfour Paul, Lord Lyon King of Arms, The Scots Peerage Founded on Wood's Edition of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland Containing an Historical and Genealogical Account of the Nobility of that Kingdom, Volume I: (: David Douglas, 1904), Scotland, p. 23-25, James V.
3 Ibid
4 Charles Cawley, Medieval Lands - version 4 ( : ), Austria.
5 Ibid
6 Ibid
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