The Noble Family of Blundo, a Maltese family who in the person of Stefano Blundo (1415) were granted ½ of the fief of Imbaccari in Piazza, Sicily but because this was already held by a parmelitan nobleman, that grant was cancelled and substituted with the grant of the fief of Tabia and Gharyxem (1416).
This family is listed as a noble family in “Descrittione di Malta” (1647).
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THE GENEALOGY OF THE BLUNDO FAMILY:-
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1. Stefano Blundo, who was granted in error the fief of Imbaccari in Piazza Sicily (1415), this grant being later cancelled and substituted (1416) with the fief of Tabia and Ghariexem in Malta., married Donna Belladonna d'Aragona, with issue.
1.1. Phlippo de Blundio, married 1427 to Isabella de Bellera., with issue.
1.1.1. Don Stefano de Blundo, (1429-62), married 1453 to Antonia Catalanu, with issue. (In Sicily).
1.1.2. Don Luigi de Blundio, “Priest”.
1.1.3. Donna Belladona de Blundio, ‘Nun’.
1.1.4. Donna Maria de Blundio, married 1452 to Raimondo Casha.
1.1.5. Donna Isabella de Blundio, ‘Nun’.
1.1.6. Don Carlo de Blundio, ‘Monk’.
1.1.7. Don Manfredo de Blundio, married 1456 to Muna d’Aulesa., with issue. (In Sicily)
1.1.8. Donna Antonioa de Blundio, married 1455 to Leonardo Xeberras.