Franciscus van Enden
Franciscus van den Enden
Franciscus van den Enden (c. 5 February 1602 in Antwerp - 27 November 1674 in Paris ) was a former Jesuit, Neo-Latin poet, physician, art dealer, philosopher, and plotter against Louis XIV of France, who is mainly known as the teacher of Baruch de Spinoza (1632-1677). His name is also written as 'Van den Ende', 'Van den Eijnde', 'Van den Eijnden', etc. At the end of his life he was also known as 'Affinius' (Latinized form of 'Van den Enden').
Franciscus van Hombeeck
Franciscus van Hombeeck (1885–1907) is a historical Belgian politician. Van Hombeeck was mayor of the Flemish town of Berchem, near Antwerp. During his political mandate, Berchem became a prosperous and wealthy community. One of Berchem's main squares is named after him.
Franciscus van der Steen
Franciscus van der Steen (Antwerp, c. 1625 – Vienna, 1672) was a Flemish painter and engraver who was active in Vienna.
Franciscus van Voorst tot Voorst
Franciscus Antonius Josephus Carel Baron van Voorst tot Voorst (19 May 1884 – 23 September 1955) was a Dutch sport shooter who competed in the 1908 Summer Olympics.
Franciscus Mercurius van Helmont
Franciscus Mercurius van Helmont (baptised 20 October 1614 – 1698 or 1699) was a Flemish alchemist and writer, the son of Jan Baptist van Helmont. He is now best known for his publication in the 1640s of his father's pioneer works on chemistry, which link the origins of the science to the study of alchemy.