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François (3 April 1612 - 7 December 1639), Prince of Joinville, who died in Florence during the family's exile and was buried in the church of San Lorenzo and later reinterred at Joinville. He was deemed "the most accomplished prince of his day."
Twin boys (4 March 1613 – 19 March 1613), who were very frail and sickly. They died on the same day.
Roger (21 March 1624 - died 9 September 1653) called the Chevalier de Joinville and later the Chevalier de Guise, Knight of the Order of Malta, died of fever at Cambrai and buried near his ancestors at Joinville.
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