The rest of Antoinette’s children were born at Joinville. Francis succeeded his father as the second Duke of Guise and was a Catholic leader and lieutenant general of the kingdom of France. Louise was born in 1520 and married Charles II de Croy, Duke of Arschot. Daughter Renée was born in 1522 and became Abbess of St. Peter in Reims.
Antoinette Guise de Lorraine was born on August 31, 1531 in Joinville, Haute-Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, France, daughter of Claude I van Lotharingen Hertog Van Guise and Antoinette Capet De Bourbon-Vendome. She died on March 24, 1561 in Joinville, Haute-Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, France. This information is part of Genealogy Deveau / Bellemare by Marc Bellemare on Genealogy Online.
5 de oct. de 2013 · Antoinette of Guise (31 August 1531 – 6 March 1561), Abbess of Faremoutier Francis of Guise (18 April 1534 – 6 March 1563), Grand Prior of the Order of Malta.  René, Marquis of Elbeuf (1536–1566) Domestic Affairs Antoinette was described as having been a remarkable woman, combining a strong sense of family pride with a wry sense of humour.
ANTOINETTE - *Abbess of Faremoutier - D'ECOSSE (born de Lorraine, de Guise) was born on month day 1531, at birth place, to Claude I de Lorraine, Duc de Guise and Antoinette (Antoinette /De Bourbon/ A. Bourbon-Duchess Of /Guise/) de Lorraine (born de Bourbon-Vendôme).
Antoinette acted as proxy for her daughter, Mary of Guise during the betrothal ceremony of the Queen of Scots and the Dauphin Francis in 1558. Antoinette de Bourbon died on 22 January 1583 at the Chateau de Joinville. She was eighty-nine years of age, having outlived all of her children save her daughter Reneé, Abbess of St. Pierre.
Antoinette of Guise (31 August 1531, Joinville – 6 March 1561, Joinville), Abbess of Faremoutier; Francis of Guise (18 April 1534, Joinville – 6 March 1563), Grand Prior of the Order of Malta. René, Marquis of Elbeuf (1536–1566) See also. Duke of Lorraine; Dukes of Lorraine family tree; References
Died in 665 at Faremoutier, Brie, France; interred at St. Stephen the Martyr Church; daughter of Hereswitha (d. c. 690) and Anna (635–654), king of East Anglia; half-sister of Sexburga (d. 699?) and Elthelthrith (630–679); niece of Hilda of Whitby. Ethelburga, the daughter of Hereswitha, eventually became abbess of Faremoutier in Brie, France.