The body of Louis XVI was immediately transported to the old Church of the Madeleine (demolished in 1799), since the legislation in force forbade burial of his remains beside those of his father, the Dauphin Louis de France, at Sens. The kings headaches continued, his fever grew hotter, and his body broke out in pustules. Multiple diseases have been suggested, such as mastoiditis, meningitis, or otitis exacerbated into an abscess. Dauphin François came of age in 1532. [2], During civil war between the Armagnacs and the Burgundians, Louis was credited with intervening to bring about peace at Chartres in 1409, at Auxerre in 1410 and again in 1412. Louis passed away on June 4, 1789 at the age of 7 in Château de Meudon, France. While in Brittany, the Breton nobility paid homage to Dauphin François, thinking that now he would rule their duchy. Cause of death:Infection[1] Remains:Buried, Saint-Denis Basilica, Saint-Denis, France. He was from Catherine’s entourage! His grandson became Louis XV of France. The vivacity and merriment of the French court were foreign to François, who preferred to wear dark and unostentatious clothes designed in fashions similar to the Spanish grand, but dark, style. During civil war between the Armagnacs and the Burgundians, Louis was credited with intervening to bring about peace at Chartres in 1409, at Auxerre in 1410 and again in 1412. Dauphin François was born on the 28th of February 1518 at Chateau d’Amboise, for during his early reign his royal father and mother spent most of their time in the palaces located in the Loire Valley. The peace of Auxerre was mocked by contemporaries as a paix fourrée, a peace made in bad faith. Sebastiano could have been the Holy Roman Emperor’s agent, although he had come to France with Catherine de’ Medici as part of her Florentine retinue after her wedding to Prince Henri in 1533. Between the assassination of the duke of Orléans in 1407 and the revolt of the Cabochiensin 1413, the duke of Burgundy dominated the court of the duke of Guyenne. Montecuccoli was arrested and confessed to poisoning the dauphin under torture. Louis XIV of France and his family attributed to … As a consequence, the couple was not married until 30 August 1404 in the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris. The royal physicians could not find a cure from the dauphin’s illness. Location of death: Paris, France. The other version is that François had died of pleurisy. The marriage of Louis's sister Michelle to Margaret's brother Philip, Count of Charolais, was also finalised at this council. In Madrid, the captive monarch drafted an edict about his abdication in favor of Dauphin François, on condition that if he ever returned home, his son would step aside from the throne. Unfortunately, Dauphin François died unmarried and childless, and I wonder why at his 18 he was still a bachelor, while his brother, Henri, married Catherine at the age of 14. Queen Claude of France, delighted with her success in producing a male heir, answered, “Tell the king that he is even more beautiful than himself.”. Race or Ethnicity:White. Count Sebastiano de Montecuccoli was secretary to Dauphin François. Louis passed away on June 8, 1795 at the age of 10 in Paris Temple, France. On 28 February 1402, Charles juridically emancipated his son and Louis did homage for Guyenne. The children were surrounded by soldiers who did not speak French and who were not interested in alleviating their sufferings, for their only mission was to guard them well. Coat of arms of Louis, Duke of Burgundy (future Dauphin of France, father of Louis XV).png 209 × 354; 44 KB Louis, Duke of Burgundy - Edelinck.jpg 4,526 × 6,101; 8.31 MB The Savoyard Royal Family in 1697 by an unknown artist.jpg 1,000 × 1,535; 1.32 MB His cause of death was scrofulous infection. Despite his somberness, young François was beginning to slowly integrate back into the court’s captivating atmosphere.