King Of France Louis IX
- Born: 25 Apr 1214, Chateua Ofpoissy, Yvelines, France
- Marriage: Countess Margurite Berenger on 27 May 1234 in Sens, Yvonne, France
- Died: 25 Aug 1270, Tunis, , Aryanah, Tunisia at age 56
Another name for Louis was The Saint.
Louis was canonized 27 years after his death. During his reign he went on two crusades, collected and preserved sacred relics from the holy lands, and gave lavishly to the poor and needy from the royal treasury. Louis became king at age 12, and his mother ruled the kingdom as regent for his first 8 years. He married at age 20, and he and Margaret had 11 children. "The Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages" Norman F. Cantor, General Editor.
Noted events in his life were:
� He worked as a King Of France.
Louis married Countess Margurite Berenger, daughter of Count Raymond Berenger V and Beatrice De Savoy, on 27 May 1234 in Sens, Yvonne, France. (Countess Margurite Berenger was born in 1221 in St Maime, Alpes, Dehaute Provence, France and died on 21 Dec 1295 in Paris, , , France.)