Duke Francesco de Medici of Tuscany1

M, #11873, b. 25 March 1541, d. 19 October 1587
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     Duke Francesco de Medici of Tuscany was born on 25 March 1541 in Firenze, Firenze, Italy.1 He married Archduchess Johanne (of Austria), daughter of Emperor Ferdinand I (of the Holy Roman Empire) and Princess Anna (of Bohemia and Hungary), in 1565 in Firenze, Firenze, Italy.1 Duke Francesco de Medici of Tuscany died on 19 October 1587 in Poggio A Caiano, Carmignano, Firenze, Italy, at age 46.1
     He became the father of Anthony de Medici circa 1566.1 Duke Francesco de Medici of Tuscany became the father of Princess Eleonora (of Tuscany) on 1 March 1566.1 Duke Francesco de Medici of Tuscany became the father of Princess Romola (of Tuscany) on 20 November 1568.1 Duke Francesco de Medici of Tuscany became the father of Princess Anna (of Tuscany) on 31 December 1569.1 Duke Francesco de Medici of Tuscany became the father of Princess Isabella (of Tuscany) on 30 September 1571.1 Francesco's daughter Princess Isabella (of Tuscany) died on 8 August 1572.1 Duke Francesco de Medici of Tuscany became the father of Princess Lucretia (of Tuscany) on 7 November 1572.1 Duke Francesco de Medici of Tuscany became the father of Marie de Medici on 26 April 1573.1 Francesco's daughter Princess Lucretia (of Tuscany) died on 14 August 1574.1 Duke Francesco de Medici of Tuscany became the father of Prince Filippo (of Tuscany) in 1577.1 Duke Francesco de Medici of Tuscany became a widower with the death of his wife, Archduchess Johanne (of Austria) on 10 April 1578 in Firenze, Firenze, Italy, at age 31.1 Francesco's son Prince Filippo (of Tuscany) died in March 1582.1 Francesco's daughter Princess Anna (of Tuscany) died on 19 February 1584.1

Family

Archduchess Johanne (of Austria) b. 24 January 1547, d. 10 April 1578
Children
ChartsEnglish Royalty
English Royalty (Indented)
Last Edited25 Dec 2003

Citations

  1. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.