Raymond VII of Toulouse
According to the traditional genealogy of the counts de Toulouse made by the Benedictines in the General History of Languedoc , it would be Raymond VII , but critical studies established that two counts of the first name of Raymond had been omitted. He would be thus Raymond (IX)
Wire of Raymond VI of Toulouse and Jeanne of England. In May 1216 it unloads with Marseilles and puts the seat in front of Beaucaire which it takes on August 24th. It continues the war of reconquest against Simon then Amaury de Montfort.
It succeeds his father in 1222. In 1225, the Concile of Bourges excommunicates it and starts a “crusade” against him. Overcome he resigned himself to sign the treated of Paris in 1229, by which he yielded old the Viscounts Trencavel to king de France and granted Jeanne, his daughter and single heiress, with Alphonse of Poitiers, brother of Louis. With his death, his/her son-in-law became count de Toulouse and, after the death of this last, the county was annexed by the Crown of France.
Families and descent
In 1211 it had married Sancie d' Aragon (1186-1242), girl of the king troubadour Alphonse II of Aragon and Sancha de Castille. In second weddings it will marry Marguerite de Lusignan, known as of Walk , (1228-1288); but they were separated by sentence from the judges delegated by the pope who declared the marriage null. From its union with Sancie will be born only one girl:
Jeanne of Toulouse (1220-1271)
- of the treaty of Paris on Quercy.net
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