Ferenc Gyurcsány (1961-), the Prime Minister of Hungary during 2004 – 2009.
The great Hungarian composer and virtuoso pianist, Franz Liszt, was born Liszt Ferenc. (It was, however, spelled "Ferencz" at the time; modern writings refer to him by the modern spelling Ferenc.)
With 154 137 bearers, Ferenc is the 8th most common masculine name in Hungary. (01/01/2016).
Count Ferenc Széchényi founded the National Széchényi Library (one of the two national libraries, started as books he donated to the state) and the National Museum in Budapest.
Ferenc II Rákóczi was the leader of the Hungarian uprising against the Habsburg dynasty in the early 18th century.
Hungarian Ferenc II Nadásdy was husband of countess Erzsébet Báthory.

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