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"Title of Barone di San Marciano granted to the Most Illustrious and Noble Diego Antonio Galea Feriol (1726)"

 

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Last Updated: 03-05-2015.

 

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* Nicola Galea of Casal Lamon,  married to Mattia Ciantar, with issue.

 

1. Michele Galea, of Mosta -See Below.
2. Geronimo Galea of Attard, married 1537 to Agata Debono, with issue
2.1. Antonio Galea, of Attard, married 1582 to Paola Agius, with issue
2.1.1. Gio Paolo Galea of Casal Lia, married 1613 to Bernardina Agius, with issue
2.1.1.1. Paoluccio Galea of Naxxar, married 1630 to Domenica Micallef, with issue
2.1.1.1.1. Matteolo Galea of Naxxar, married 1654 to Natalizia Tonna, with issue
2.1.1.1.1.1. Publio Galea of B'Kara, married 1694 to Maria Borg, with issue
2.1.1.1.1.1.1. Michele Galea of Mosta, married (1) 1719 to Evangelista Tanti, Married (2) 1743 to Maria Bonavia., Married (3) 1753 to Francesca Catania, with issue
2.1.1.1.1.1.1.1. (First Marriage) Antonio Galea of Naxxar, married 1759 Naxxar to Margherita Camilleri, married (2) 1775 Naxxar to Maria Decelis, with isue
2.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1. (First Marriage) Lorenzo Galea of Naxxar, married 1779 Naxxar to Anna Sammut, with issue.

2.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1. Grazia Galea, married 1818 to Rosario Agius.

2.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.2. Antonio Galea, married 1809 Lija to Maria Camilleri.

2.1.1.1.1.1.1.2. Paolo Galea, married 1737 to Grazia Cortis.
2.1.1.1.1.1.1.3. Maria Galea, married (1) 1736 to Marciano Abela, Married (2) 1742 to Gio Maria Ciappara.

2.1.1.1.1.1.1.4. Domenica Galea., married 1751 to Gio Pietro Portelli.

2.1.1.1.1.1.1.5. Rosa Galea, married 1748 Mosta to Gio Maria Sammut.

2.1.1.1.1.1.1.6. Caterina Galea, married 1750 Mosta to Orazio Calleja.
2.1.1.1.1.1.1.7. (Third Marriage) Giuseppe Galea of Mosta, (Executed by the French 1799), married 1776 to Anna Galea, with issue
2.1.1.1.1.1.1.7.1. Domenica Galea, married 1803 to Andrea Galea of Mosta, with issue
2.1.1.1.1.1.1.7.1.1. Paolo Galea of Naxxar, married 1836 Mdina to Angelica Micallef, with issue
2.1.1.1.1.1.1.7.1.1.1. Giovanni Galea of Mdina, married 1866 Mdina to
Dominique Cilia, with issue
2.1.1.1.1.1.1.7.1.1.1.1. Maria Galea, married 1893 to
Giacomo Muscat, with issue.

2.1.1.1.1.1.1.7.1.1.2. Maria Galea, married 1858 Naxxar to Vincenzo Borg.

2.1.1.1.1.1.1.7.2. Maurizzo Galea, married 1803 Mosta to Grazia Dimech, with issue.

2.1.1.1.1.1.1.7.2.1. Lorenzo Galea, married 1854 Atard to Angelica Delicata.

2.1.1.1.1.1.1.7.3. Michele Galea, married 1805 Mosta to Anna Abela, with issue.

2.1.1.1.1.1.1.7.3.1. Maria Galea, married 1839 Mosta to Gio Maria Grima.

2.1.1.1.1.1.1.7.4. Paolo Galea, married 1807 Mosta to Maria Vassallo.

2.1.1.1.1.1.1.7.5. Salvatore Galea, married 1813 Mosta to Evangelista Galea (d/o Pietro and Maria Fenech).

2.1.1.1.1.1.1.7.6. Maria Galea, married 1818 Mosta to Giacomo Galea.

2.1.1.1.1.1.1.8. Rosa Galea, married 1780 Mosta to Giuseppe Galea.

2.1.1.1.1.1.2. Salvatore Galea., married 1737 to Maria Pace.

2.1.1.1.1.1.3. Caterina Galea., married 1718 to Guiseppe Sayd., married (2) 1746 to Gio Maria Galea.

2.1.1.1.1.1.4. Rosa Galea., married 1725 to Orazio Cuschieri.

2.1.1.1.1.1.5. Giuseppe Galea., married 1727 to Maria Fenech.

2.1.1.1.1.2. Stefano Galea, married 1731 Valletta to Giovanna Bezzina, with issue.

2.1.1.1.1.2.1. Hora Galea, married 1760 Valletta to Giuseppe Mifsud.

2.1.1.1.1.2.2. Polixema Galea, married 1763 Valletta to Fortunato Mizzi.

2.1.1.1.1.2.3. Laura Galea, married 1770 Valletta to Vincenzo Preca., married (2) 1772 Valletta to Giovanni Teuma.

2.1.1.1.1.3. Angelo Galea, married 1731 Naxxar to Maria Sammut, with issue.

2.1.1.1.1.3.1. Andrea Galea, married 1761 Naxxar to Clara Cassia.

2.1.1.1.1.3.2. Giuseppe Galea, married 1763 Naxxar to Maria Bezzina, with issue.

2.1.1.1.1.3.2.1. Pietro Galea, married (1) to Grazia Buttigieg, married (2) 1803 Gharghur to Anna Muscat.

2.1.1.1.1.3.3. Margherita Galea, married 1766 Naxxar to Gio Maria Sant.

2.1.1.1.1.3.4. Anna Galea, married 1753 Naxxar to Antonio Aquilina.

2.1.1.1.2. Giovanni Galea, married 1672 Mosta to Caterina Bartolo.

2.1.2. Biagio Galea, married 1610 to Mattia Ciappara with issue
2.1.2.1. Domenico Galea, married 1656 to Maria Xeberras., with issue.

2.1.2.1.1. Margarita Galea., married 1715 to Alonso Sant.

2.1.2.1.2. Rosa Galea., married 1703 to Publio Sant.

2.1.2.1.3. Damiano Galea., married 1705 to Rosa Calleja., with issue.

2.1.2.1.3.1. Gio Domenico Galea., married 1729 to Grazia Agius.

2.1.2.1.3.2. Maria Galea., married 1722 to Gio Batta Azzopardi.

2.1.2.1.3.3.Grazia Galea., married 1727 to Salvatore Chetcuti.

2.1.2.1.4. Giovanni Galea., married 1715 to Grazia Fenech., with issue.

2.1.2.1.4.1. Geronima Galea., married 1751 to Ferdinando Camilleri.

2.1.2.1.4.2. Maria Galea., married 1733 to Francesco Camilleri.

2.1.2.1.4.3. Giovannella Galea., married 1741 to Salvatore Buhagiar.

2.1.2.1.5. Gio Maria Galea., married 1716 to Grazia Camilleri.

2.1.2.1.6. Dagnamerita Galea., married 1722 to Alberto Schembri.

2.1.2.1.7. Celidonia Galea., married 1718 to Pietro Mifsud.

2.1.2.2. Caterina Galea, married 1661 to Domenico Galea.
2.1.2.3. Antonio Galea, married 1640 to Marucca Mifsud.
2.1.3. Michele Galea, married 1614 to Antonia Talavera, with issue
2.1.3.1. Argentine Galea, married 1634 to Domenico Psaila.
2.1.3.2. Maria Galea, married 1639 to Domenico Micallef.
2.1.4. Geronima Galea, married 1607 to Giovanno Grech.
2.1.5. Domenica Galea, married 1617 to Gio Maria Tanti.

2.1.6. Mro Lucio Galea, amrried 1638 Mdina to Imperia Azzopardi, with issue.

2.1.6.1. Gio Domenico Galea, married 1676 Mdina to Maria de Brincat, with issue.

2.1.6.1.1. Vittoria Galea, married 1703 Mdina to Domenico Farrugia, with issue.

2.1.6.1.1.1. Vincenzo Farrugia, married 1748 Valletta to Antonia Casha, with issue.

2.1.6.1.1.1.1. Emmanuele Farrugia, married 1786 Valletta to Nobile Guglielma Dodsworth, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, with issue.

2.1.6.1.1.1.1.1. Nobile Isidore Farrugia Dodsworth, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married 1807 Valletta to Giovanna Gai Lebrun, with issue.

2.1.6.2. Salvatore Galea, married 1677 Mdina to Paola Curmi.

2.1.6.3. Andrea Galea, married 1668 Mdina to Ubaldesca Grima, with issue.

2.1.6.3.1. Francesco Galea, married 1708 Valletta to Maria Psaila.

2.1.6.3.2. Lorenzo Galea, married 1693 Valletta to Anna Farrugia.

2.1.6.3.3. Chco Pietro Galea, married 1716 Valletta to Giovanna Maria Alunna de Armagnac, married (2) 1721 Valletta to Giovanna Abela, (with issue/First marriage).

2.1.6.3.4. Maria Galea, married 1697 Valletta to Giovanni Mallia.

2.1.6.3.5. Gio Maria Galea, married (1) 1696 Zejtun to Angela Caruana, married (2) 1724 Valletta to Caterina Camilleri.

2.1.6.3.6. Maruzzo Galea, married 1703 Valletta to Rosalea Abbatte.
2.2. Pasquale Galea, married 1562 to Isabella Staferrata, with issue
2.2.1. Giovanni Galea, married 1600 to Caterina Buhagiar, with issue
2.2.1.1. Alessandro Galea, married 1625 to Marietta Sammut, with issue
2.2.1.1.1. Veronica Galea, married 1640 to Domenico Portelli.
2.2.2. Vittoria Galea, married 1602 to Pietro Camilleri.
2.2.3. (Illegitimate issue) Isabella Galea, married 1596 to Gregorio Xerri.
2.3. Pietro Galea, married 1576 to Giovanna Muscat, with issue
2.3.1. Giuseppe Galea, married 1642 to Grazia Cauchi.
2.3.2. Geronimo Galea, married 1641 to Geronima Xerri.
2.4. Marietta Galea, married 1589 to Pietro Callus.
3. Pietro Galea, married 1539 to Garita Agius
3.1. Paola Galea, married 1567 to Zaccara Muscat.
3.2. Caterina Galea, married 1575 to Antonio Teuma of Gozo.

3.3. Domenico Galea, married 1576 Matrice Gozo to Innocenza Parnis, with issue.

3.3.1. Gusmano Galea, married 1609 Matrice Gozo to Giacoma Muscat, with issue.

3.3.1.1. Ignazio Galea, married 1644 Matrice Gozo to Caterina Zerafa, with issue.

3.3.1.1.1. Maria Galea, married 1674 Matrice Gozo to Giorgio Buhagiar.

3.3.1.1.2. Domenico Galea, married 1670 Matrice Gozo to Antonia Grech, with issue.

3.3.1.1.2.1. Carmelo Galea, married 1708 Matrice Gozo to Grazia Vella, with issue.

3.3.1.1.2.1.1. Maruzzo Galea, married 1733 Rabat Gozo to Grazia Mangion, with issue.

3.3.1.1.2.1.1.1. Caterina Galea, married 1763 Matrice Gozo to M'Angelo Schembri.

3.3.1.1.2.1.2. Giuseppe Galea, married 1727 Rabat Gozo to Maria Casha (d/o Domenico and Domenica), with issue.

3.3.1.1.2.1.2.1. Salvatore Galea, married 1756 Nadur Gozo to Paulina Grech, with issue.

3.3.1.1.2.1.2.1.1. Eugenia Galea, married 1779 Mosta to Gio Maria dei Principe Sayd.

3.3.2. Antonio Galea, married 1621 Matrice Gozo to Maria Cini, with issue (other descendants here).

3.3.2.1. Lorenzo Galea, married 1678 Matrice Gozo to Maria Spiteri, with issue.

3.3.2.1.1. Rocco Galea, married 1701 Matrice Gozo to Paolica Spiteri, with issue.

3.3.2.1.1.1. Lorenzo Galea, married 1735 Matrice Gozo to Maria Debono, with issue.

3.3.2.1.1.1.1. Michele Galea, married 1780 Rabat Gozo to Teresa Attard, with issue.

3.3.2.1.1.1.1.1. Giuseppe Galea, married 1811 Sannat Gozo to Ursola Galea, with issue.

3.3.2.1.1.1.1.1.1. Maria Galea, married 1833 Sannat Gozo to M'Angelo Schembri.

3.3.2.2. Giovanni Galea, married 1647 Matrice Gozo to Grazia Cauchi, with issue.

3.3.2.2.1. Gio Maria Galea, married 1673 Matrice Gozo to Maria Seychel, with issue.

3.3.2.2.1.1. Michele Galea, married 1717 Gharb Gozo to Anna Camenzuli, with issue.

3.3.2.2.1.1.1. Nicola Galea, married 1762 Zebbug Gozo to Rosa de Manuele, with issue.

3.3.2.2.1.1.1.1. Giuseppe Galea, married 1816 Gharb Gozo to Rosa Cauchi, with issue.

3.3.2.2.1.1.1.1.1. Daniele Galea, married 1846 Valletta to Carmela Busuttil, with issue.

3.3.2.2.1.1.1.1.1.1. Adelaide Galea, married 1866 to Pietro Paolo Zammit.

3.3.2.3. Francesco Galea, married 1660 Matrice Gozo to Antonia Formosa, with issue.

3.3.2.3.1. Gio Maria Galea, married 1691 Gharb Gozo to Romana Cassar, with issue.

3.3.2.3.1.1. Anna Galea, married 1722 Valletta to Paolo Apap.

3.3.3. Salvatore Galea, married to Giolla N, with issue.

3.3.3.1. Angelo Galea, married 1635 Matrice Gozo to Vincenza Mercieca, with issue.

3.3.3.1.1. Grazia Galea, married 1652 Rabat Gozo to Antonio Barberi.
5. Imperia Galea, married 1548 to Pietro Xara.

 

* Michele Galea of Mosta,  married Giovanna Axisa, with issue

1. Lorenzo Galea, married 1543 to Imperia Camenzuli, with issue
1.1. Giovanna Galea, married Pietro Frendo, with issue
1.2. Michele Galea, married 1575 Birkirkara to Angela Borg, with issue.
1.2.1. Giovanna Galea, married to Giovanni Paolo Borg, with issue.
1.2.1.1. Gregorio Borg, married 1645 Birkirkara to Domenica Micallef, with issue.
1.2.1.1.1. Salvatore Borg, married 1665 Birkirkira to Caterina Borg, with issue.
1.2.1.1.1.1. Vincenzo Borg, married 1731 Balzan to Maria Zarb, with issue.
1.2.1.1.1.1.1. Grazio Borg, married (1) 1760 Birkirkara to Rosa Micallef, married (2) 1774 Birkirkara to Maria Catania, with issue.
1.2.1.1.1.1.1.1. (First Marriage) Giuseppe Borg, married 1792 Birkirkara to Rosa Borg, with issue.
1.2.1.1.1.1.1.1.1. Vincenzo Borg, married 1818 Birkirkara to Grazia Micallef, with issue.
1.2.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1. Giuseppe Borg, married 1844 Birkirkara to Margherita Xiberras, with issue.
1.2.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1. Vincenzo Borg, married 1886 Birkirkara to Grazia Borg, with issue.
1.2.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1. Giuseppe Borg, married 1910 Birkirkara to Giuseppa Zammit, with issue.
1.2.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1. Maria Carmela Borg, married 1940 Birkirkara to Francis Vassallo
.
1.3. Giovanni Galea, married (1) 1589 to Clemenza Vassallo, (2) 1590 to Imperia de Nicolacio (Died 1604), with issue, Married (3) 1606 to Rowena Bonavia, with further issue
1.3.1. (Third Marriage) Damiano Galea, married 1629 to Dorothea Vassallo, with issue
1.3.1.1. Domenico Galea, married (1) 1641 to Andrianna de Brincat.
1.3.2. Speranza Galea, married 1630 to Gio Giacomo Aguis, with issue
1.4. Caterina Galea, married 1580 to Domenico Gauci
1.5. Notary Simone Galea,  (Created 1609, Knight of the Golden Fleece), married (1) 1591 to Imperia Borg., married (2) 1597 to Clemenza Borg. (Issue from both Marriages)
1.5.1. (First Marriage) Valenza Galea, married (1) 1609 to Nobile Pasquale Seichel. Married (2) 1611 to Pietro Burlo. Married (3) 1612 to Giovanni Aquilina.
1.5.2. (Second Marriage) Gio Vincenzo Galea-
See Below.
1.5.3. Marietta Galea, married Antonio Frendo
1.5.4. Joanna Galea married 1609 Valletta to
Don Giovanni Mattias di Österreich (illegitimate son of RUDOLF II, Holy Roman Emperor and Euphemia von Rosenthal), with issue.
1.5.4.1. Donna Imperia di Österreich, 1624: Baroness von Rosenthal, married 1624 Palermo, Sicily to Vincenzo de Licata.
1.5.4.2. Don Ferdinando di Österreich, "Monk", dunm.
1.5.4.3. Donna Christine di Österreich, 'Nun', dunm
1.5.5. Francesco Galea
1.6. Giovanella Galea, married (1) 1573 to Pietro Fenech, married (2) to Giorgio Galea
1.7. Paola Galea, married 1577 to Giacomo Sammut
2. Pancrazio Galea, (Died 1612), married Caterina de Lia, with issue.
2.1. Isabella Galea, married 1596 to Gregorio Xerri, (Son of Salvo and Imperia)
2.2. Giovanni Galea, married 1602 to Gioanella Fenech, with issue
2.2.1. Salvatore Galea.
2.2.2. Domenico Galea.
2.2.3. Bartolomeo Galea, Arbitante of Rabat, married 1639 to Speranza Galea, (See Above), with issue
2.2.3.1. Matteolo Galea, married 1678 to Maria Micci, with issue
2.2.3.2. Grazio Galea, married 1680 to Caterina Ciappara
2.2.3.3. Geronima Galea, married Michele Muscat
3. Giuliano Galea, married 1573 to Isabella Agius, with issue
4. Paola Galea, married 1577 Birkirkara to Giacomo Sammut, with issue.
4.1. Salvatore Sammut, married 1613 Gharghur to Caterina Micallef, with issue.
4.1.1. Giacomo Sammut, married 1639 Gharghur to Maria Camilleri, with issue.
4.1.1.1. Teresa Sammut, married 1677 Mdina to Giuseppe Zarb, with issue.
4.1.1.1.1. Domenico Zarb, married 1712 Valletta to Teresa Zahra, with issue.
4.1.1.1.1.1. Lorenzo Zarb, married 1750 Valletta to Rosa Capo, with issue.
4.1.1.1.1.1.1. Giuseppe Zarb, married 1789 Senglea to Caterina Borg, with issue.
4.1.1.1.1.1.1.1. Aloisio Zarb, married 1827 Valletta to Maria Xicluna.
4.1.1.1.1.1.1.2. Gio Batta Zarb, married (1) to Rosaria Zahra, married (2) 1840 Valletta to Maddalena N.
4.1.1.1.1.1.1.3. Eriberto Zarb, married 1851 Valletta to Grazia Debono, with issue.
4.1.1.1.1.1.1.3.1. Enrico Zarb, (an Engineer - migrated to Egypt), married (in Egypt) to Emilia Derenzinovitch, with issue.
4.1.1.1.1.1.1.3.1.1. Arnold Zarb, (1901-1967), married (1) 1930 to Princess Elico Dadiani, married (2) 1949 to Princess Salome Dadiani (sister in Law), with issue.
4.1.1.1.1.1.2. Giovannella Zarb, married 1776 Valletta to Francesco Pellegrino.
4.1.1.1.1.1.3. Aloisea Zarb, married 1778 Valletta to Saverio Nicola Zorba.
4.1.1.1.1.1.4. Angelica Zarb, married 1779 Valletta to Carlo Maria Camerani.
4.1.1.1.1.1.5. Vincenza Zarb, married 1793 Valletta to Francesco Borg.
4.1.1.1.1.2. Margherita Zarb, married 1750 Valletta to Paolo Cauchi.
4.1.1.1.2. Maria Zarb, married 1702 Naxxar to Giovanni Debrincat.
4.1.1.1.3. Caterina Zarb, married 1713 Naxxar to Giuseppe Barbara.
4.1.1.1.4. Domenichella Zarb, married 1713 Naxxar to Francesco Cutajar.
5. Domenico Galea, married 1580 Birkirkara to Isabella Attard, with issue.
5.1. Pietro Galea, married 1617 Mdina to Girolima Ciantar, with issue.
5.1.1. Domenico Galea, married 1652 Dingli to Giovanella Casha, with issue.
5.1.1.1. Pietro Galea, married 1688 Mqabba to Vittoria Farrugia, with issue.
5.1.1.1.1. Salvatore Galea, married 1711 Mdina to Anna Zerafa, with issue.
5.1.1.1.1.1. Margherita Galea, married 1747 Mdina to Nobilis Andrea Sillato
.
5.2. Mro Lorenzo Antonio Galea, married 1639 Mdina to Laura Xerri, with issue
5.2.1. Andrea Galea, married 1668 Mdina to Ubaldesca Grima, with issue.
5.2.1.1. Lorenzo Galea, married 1693 Valletta to Anna Farrugia, with issue.
5.2.1.1.1. Giuseppe Galea, married 1719 Valletta to Maria Tagliana, with issue.
5.2.1.1.1.1. Elizabetta Galea, married 1751 Valletta to Pietro Manchamin (Manche) of Troyes, Champagne, France, with issue.
5.2.1.1.1.1.1. Giovanni Mansce (Manche), married 1776 Valletta to Margherita Mangion, with issue.
5.2.1.1.1.1.1.1. Giuseppe Manche, married 1801 Valletta to Antonia Pace, with issue.
5.2.1.1.1.1.1.1.1. Rosa Manche, married 1827 Valletta to Amabile Fabri.
5.2.1.1.1.1.1.1.2. Antonio Manche, married 1827 Cospicua to Rosa Maria Grech.
5.2.1.1.1.1.1.2. Vincenzo Manche, married 1802 Valletta to Felicita Borg.
5.2.1.1.1.1.1.3. Lorenzo Manche, married 1808 Valletta to Calcedonia Romeo.

 

* Dr Gio Vincenzo Galea JUD, married 1625 to Agata Scerri, with issue.

 

1. Dr Saverio Galea JUD, married 1658 Mdina to Maria de Noto, with issue.
1.1. Eugenie Galea, married 1681 Mdina to
Marc'Antonio Inguanez, 13th Baron of Djar-il-Bniet e Buqana, with issue.
2. Dr Pietro Paolo Galea JUD, married 1668 to Vincenza Ferriol, with issue.
2.1. Diego Antonio Galea Feriol, 1st Baron-
See Below.
3. Laurica Galea, married (1) 1660 to Michele Ferriol. Married (2) 1673 to
Salvatore Mangion
4. (Natural Issue with Domenica Scerri) Carlo Galea
5. (Natural Issue with Domenica Scerri) Gio Maria Galea of Porto Salvo, Valletta, married 1665 to
Caterina Dominique Ricard, with issue
5.1. Antonio Galea Ricard of Mosta, married 1712 to Isabella Fenech, with issue
5.1.1. Gio Maria Galea of Mosta, married 1749 to Teresa Schembri, with issue
5.1.1.1. Agata Galea, married 1777 Mosta to
Giacobo Muscat

5.1.1.2. Salvatore Galea, married 1763 Mosta to Teresa Agius, with issue.

5.1.1.2.1. Francesco Galea, married 1795 Mosta to Alessandra Galea (d/o Santo and Rosa Muscat), with issue.

5.1.1.2.1.1. Rosa Galea, married 1821 Mosta to Bernardo Deguara.

5.1.1.3. Francesco Galea, married 1774 Mosta to Paola Galea (d/o Maurizo and Domenica Attard)., with issue.

5.1.1.3.1. Grazio Galea, married 1804 Mosta to Grazia Borg.

5.1.1.3.2. Teresa Galea, married 1802 Mosta to Francesca Sant.

5.1.1.3.3. Grazia Galea, married 1802 Mosta to Giuseppe Frendo.

5.1.1.3.4. Maria Galea, married 1813 Mosta to Paolo Bezzina.

5.1.1.4. Maria Galea, married (1) 1790 Mosta to Giuseppe Vella, married (2) 1792 Mosta to Bartolomeo Azzopardi.

5.1.2. Domenica Galea., married 1746 Mosta to Gio Paolo Galea.

5.1.3. Maria Galea., married 1739 Mosta to Giovanni Magro.

5.2. Gio Nicolo Galea, married 1707 to Maria Dalli., married (2) 1717 to Giovanna Grech.
5.3. Ursola Galea, married Andrea Callus
5.4. Giuseppe Galea, married 1691 Zebbug to Flaminea Agius.
5.5. Francesco Galea, married 1700 to Alonsa Fenech., with issue.

5.5.1. Maria Galea., married 1733 to Filippo Grech.

5.5.2. Giuseppe Galea.(Moved to Gozo), married 1721 Mosta to Maria Cassia., with issue.

5.5.2.1. Giovanni Maria Galea., married 1746 to Grazia Sammut.

5.5.2.2. Agostino Galea, married 1741 Mosta to Rosa Bonanno.

5.6. Gioacchino Galea
5.7. Marcellina Galea
5.8. Domenico Galea

 

* Diego Antonio Galea Feriol, 1st Barone of San Marciano (Cr:1726), Most Illustrious and Noble (Cr. 1726),  married 1691 to Rosa Bonici, with issue.


1. Nobile Pietro Paolo Galea Feriol, 2nd Baron-
See Below.
2. Nobile Anna Maria Galea Feriol, married 1727 to
Nobile Marc'Antonio Rosso, Conte di San Secondo of Sicily, with issue.
2.1.Nobile
Marcantonio Rosso, Conte di San Secondo, married (1) Maria Contarini, married (2) to Cristina Giuratio., with issue.
2.1.1. (First Marriage) Nobile
Innocenzo Rosso, Conte di San Secondo, married Caterina Villari, with issue.
2.1.1.1.
Nobile Salvatore Rosso, Conte di San Secondo, married Giuseppa Garofal, with issue.
2.1.1.1.1.
Nobile Innocenzo Rosso, Conte di San Secondo, (1811-74)., married Nobile Caterina Rosso e Celesia, with issue.
2.1.1.1.1.1.
Nobile Giuseppe Rosso, Conte di San Secondo, (1838-.
2.1.1.1.1.2. Nobile Elisabetta Isabella Rosso, married 1874 to Cav. Francesco Corso.
2.1.1.1.1.3. Nobile Enrichetta Rosso, married 1874 to Nobile Filippo Rosso e Camerata.
2.1.1.1.1.4. Nobile Carlo Rosso, dunm.
2.1.1.2. Nobile Cav. Enrico Rosso, married Isabella Celesia, with issue.
2.1.1.2.1. Nobile Cav. Pietro Enrico Rosso, married 1844 to Rosaria Cammarata, with issue.
2.1.1.2.1.1.
Nobile Filippo Rosso, Conte di San Secondo, (1849-., married Nobile Enrichetta Rosso e Rosso.
2.1.1.2.1.2. Nobile Carmelo Pasquale Rosso, (1851-)., with issue.
2.1.1.2.1.2.1. Nobile Giuseppe Rosso, with issue.
2.1.1.2.1.2.1.1. Nobile Gaston Rosso, married sp.
2.1.1.2.1.2.1.2. Nobile Sandro Rosso, married sp.
2.1.1.2.1.2.2. Nobile Giuseppe Rosso, with issue.
2.1.1.2.1.2.2.1. Nobile Alberto Rosso, with issue.
2.1.1.2.1.2.2.1.1. Nobile Pier Maria Rosso.
2.1.1.2.1.2.2.1.2. Nobile Aimone Rosso.
2.1.1.2.1.2.2.1.3. Nobile Lucilla Rosso.
2.1.1.2.1.2.2.2. Nobile Vittorio Rosso.
2.1.1.2.1.2.3. Nobile Carmelo Rosso., (died 1981), with issue.
2.1.1.2.1.2.3.1. Nobile Enza Rosso.
2.1.1.2.1.2.3.2. Nobile Paola Rosso.
2.1.1.2.1.2.3.3. Nobile Enrico Rosso.
2.1.1.2.1.2.3.4. Nobile Riccardo Rosso.
2.1.1.2.1.2.3.5. Nobile Alessandro Rosso.
2.1.1.2.1.2.4. Nobile Enrico Filippo Rosso., (1925-2003), with issue.
2.1.1.2.1.2.4.1. Nobile Dr. Carmelo Rosso, LLD, (1953-, married with issue.
2.1.1.2.1.2.4.1.1. Nobile Enrico Pier Maria Rosso, (1983-.
2.1.1.2.1.2.4.1.2. Nobile Francesca Eugenia Rosso, (1989-.
2.1.1.2.1.2.4.2. Nobile Enza Rosso, (1956-.
2.1.1.2.1.2.4.3. Nobile Nunziella Rosso, (1959-.
2.1.1.2.1.2.4.4. Nobile Antonella Rosso, (1965-.
2.1.1.2.1.3. Nobile Lorenzo Rosso, (1852-).
2.1.1.2.1.4. Nobile Carmela Rosso, (1858-).
2.1.1.2.1.5. Nobile Isabella Rosso, (1846-).
2.1.1.2.1.6. Nobile Francesco Rosso, (1854-), with issue.
2.1.1.2.1.6.1. Nobile Pier Maria Rosso., "Dramatist", (1887-1956).
2.1.1.2.1.7. Nobile Giuseppe Rosso, (1855-).
2.1.1.2.1.8. Nobile Enrico Rosso., (1845-).
2.1.1.2.2. Nobile Caterina Rosso, married Innocenzo Rosso, Conte di San Secondo. (See Above).
2.1.1.2.3. Nobile Rosalia Rosso, married Antonino Villari.
2.1.1.2.3.1. Nobile Letterina Villari e Rosso.
2.1.1.2.3.2. Nobile Caterina Villari e Rosso.
2.1.1.3. Nobile Vincenza Rosso.
2.1.1.4. Nobile Carmela Rosso.
2.1.1.5. Nobile Maria Rosso, dunm.
2.1.2. Nobile Giuseppe Rosso., d.inf.
2.1.3. Nobile Matilda Rosso.
2.1.4. Nobile Cristina Rosso.
2.1.5. Nobile Federico Paolo Rosso, married Maddalena Friolo., with issue.

2.2. Nobile Giuseppe Rosso., married 1740 at San Paolo, Valletta to Anna Maria Apap., with issue.

2.2.1. Nobile Geoffredo Rosso di San Secondo, married 1789 Messina Sicily to Generosa They, with issue.

2.2.1.1. Nobile Maria Rossi di San Secondo, married 1827 Valletta to Carmelo Libreri.

2.2.1.2. Nobile Cav Ferdinando Rossi di San Secondo, married to Contessa Maria Eleanore Barbaro di Marchesi di San Giorgio.

2.3. Nobile Maddalena Rossi di San Secondo, married 1742 Licata Sicily to Giovanni Antonio Casanova.

3. Nobile Laura Galea Feriol, dunm.

4. (illegitimate) Giuseppe de Galea, married 1700 Valletta to Giovanna Aquilina, with issue.

4.1. Giacomo de Galea, married 1736 Valletta to Maria Grech, with issue.

4.1.1. Giovanna de Galea, married 1762 Valletta to Pasquale Sayd.

4.2. Elizabetta de Galea, married 1715 Valletta to Cristoforo Bonett, with issue.

4.2.1. Maria Bonett, married 1751 Valletta to Felice Micallef.

4.2.2. Antonio Bonett, married (1) 1737 Valletta to Margherita Aquis, married (2) 1783 Valletta to Antonia Giannone, with issue.

4.2.2.1. (First Marriage) Pasquale Bonett, married 1760 Valletta to Caterina Grech, with issue.

4.2.2.1.1. Antonio Bonett, married 1783 Valletta to Maria Pace.

4.2.2.1.2. Rosario Bonett, married 1802 Valletta to Annunziata Mifsud.

4.2.2.2. Rafaele Bonett, married 1767 Valletta to Adeodata Ventura, with issue.

4.2.2.2.1. Felice Bonett, married 1798 Valletta to Maria Micallef.

4.2.2.3. Gregorio Bonett, married 1774 Valletta to Maria Azzopardi.

4.2.2.4. Caterina Bonett, married 1766 Valletta to Antonio Masucci of Ascoli, Italy, with issue.

4.2.2.4.1. Anna Masucci, married 1785 Valletta to Antonio Micallef.

4.2.2.4.2. Serafino Masucci, married 1786 Cospicua to Rosa Genuis, with issue.

4.2.2.4.2.1. Antonio Masucci, married 1814 Valletta to Calcedonia de Battista.

4.2.2.4.2.2. Paolo Masucci, married 1809 Valletta to Teresa Dalmas.

 

 

Footnote#1: The title of Barone di San Marciano was conferred by Grand Master Manoel de Vilhena, by a patent dated the 14th June 1726, on Diego Antonio Galea Feriol, and on such of his descendents as each holder of the title should name in perpetuum, and in failure of such nomination on the first born descendent: The 1878 Commissioners described the terms of the patent of creation as being as in the preceding grants of the title of “Barone di Gomerino” and “Barone di Budack” (See:- Correspondence and Report of the Commission appointed to enquire into the claims and grievances of the Maltese Nobility, May 1878, presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty (C.-2033.) Moreover, it is to be added that from a reading of the first paragraphs of the 1878 Commissioners Report (Paras. 24-34), the Commissioners implicitly stated that the first six titles (of which San Marciano was one) were broadly similar in reading [even though they have some (significant) differences between them]: The extracts shown by the 1878 Commissioners read as follows:

 

(Barone di Gomerino :-) -1710 GM Perellos) Praefeatos Paulum et Beatricem et post eosdem, omni futuro tempore et in perpetuum, unum ex omnibus et singulis eorumdem successoribus de suis corporibus legitime et naturaliter descendentibus, semper Baronis Gomerini titulo decoarus et insignimus, et barones creamus et constituimus......Tribuentes iisdem Paulo et Beatrice omnibusque ac singulis aliis qui omni futuro tempore ac in perpetuum titulo ac prerogativa Baronis Gomerini fruentur, facoltatem nominandi et eligendi unum ex dictis eorum descendentibus sive marem sive foeminanam, ad ipsorumet libitum et beneplacitum, pro hujusmodi titulo Baronis Gomerini consequendo et adipiscendo, dictaque nominatione et electione minime facta, ex tunc censeatur per eosdem eorumque singulos barones, nominatus et electus ipsorum Primogenitus, nisi eri ad Sacros Ordines promotus et in Religione professus et in defectu marium foemina primogenita

 

(Barone di Budack:-) - 1716 GM Perellos) Tibi Joanni Pio De Piro et post tui obituum uni ex filiis vel filiabus legitimis et naturabilibus, ex te et Nobili Anna Gourgion tua conjuge procreatis vel procreandis quem vel quam omni futuro tempore et in perpetuum. Tu et quilibet seu quaelibet ex tuis successoribus in dicta Baronia constitutus seu respective constituta, malueritis eligendum vel eligendam, tribuimus, concedimus et donamus hujusmodique titulo insignimus ac Baronem dicto Feudi de Budacco constituimus et ita nominari posse et debere....Hoc etiam addito, quod in casu tui vel tuorum in infinitum decessus, absque ulla nominatione vel electione dictui tituli seu Baroniae, ex nunc censeatur nominatus et electus Primogenitus, nisi erit ad sacros Ordines promotus et in Religione professus, et in defectu marium foemina primogenita....

 

(Barone di San Marciano- 1726 GM Vilhena) Tibi Nobili Didaco Antonio Galea Feriol et post tui obitum, uni ex filiis vel filiabus legitimis et naturalibus ex te legitime procreatis vel procreandis, quem vel quam omni futuro tempore et in perpetuum. Tu et quilibet ex tuis legitimis successoribus in dicta Baronia constitutus seu respective constituta, malueritis eligendum vel eligendam. Et in casu tui vel tuorum in infinitum decessus, absque ulla nominatione vel electione successoris in dicto titulo, ex nunc censeatur nominatus et electus primogenitus nisi erit ad sacros ordines promotus, aut in religione professus, et in defectu marium, foemina primogenita...

 

(Barone della Tabria - 1728 GM Vilhena) Tibi Nobili Isidoro Viani et post tui obitum uni ex filiis vel filiabus legitimis et naturalibus ex te legitime procreatis vel procreandis, quem vel quam omni futuro constitutus seu respective constituta, malueritis eligendum vel eligendam. Et in casu tui vel tuorum in infinitu decessus absque ulla nominatione vel elctione successoris in dicto titulo, ex nunc censeatur nominatus et electus primogenitus, nisi erit ad sacros ordines promotus et in religione professus, et in defectu marium, foemina primogenita..."

 

Footnote#2: Specifically, the 1878 Commissioners observed that Galea Feriol’s diploma was the third of the first six titles considered by them in order of antiquity, namely Gomerino (Testaferrata et Cassia - 1710), Budack (De Piro- 1716), San Marciano (Galea Feriolo - 1726), Tabria (Viani - 1728), Culeja (Bonnici) - 1737 and Benuarrat (Gatto- 1737) . See:- Correspondence and Report of the Commission appointed to enquire into the claims and grievances of the Maltese Nobility, May 1878, presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty (C.-2033.)

Footnote#3: It should be remarked also that Galea Feriol was one of five of the said recipients of six titles to have been granted the right to Illustrissimo e Nobile. The persons who at different times received this dignity were: (1) Milite Barone Marc' Antonio Inguanez (See Djar il-Bniet) and his wife Baronessa Inguanez (See Gomerino) (30 April 1725); (2) Barone di Cicciano Fabritio Testaferrata (See: Castel Cicciano) and his mother the Baronessa di Gomerino Beatrice Cassia Testaferrata  (See Gomerino), (11 May 1725), (3) Marchese di San Vincenzo Ferreri Mario Testaferrata (See: San Vincenzo Ferreri) (9 July 1725), (4) Carlo Falson (See Falson), and Eleanora Testaferrata (See: Capo di Ferro) (13 June 1726), (5) Barone di San Marciano Diego Galea Feriolo (See: San Marciano), (2 September 1726), (6) Barone Gio Pio De Piro (See De Piro) (19 March 1727), (7) Canon Giuseppe di Costanzo (See Paganica), and Donna Rosa (See De Noto),widow of Gio Battista di Costanzo (24 May 1729), (8) Barone Isidoro Viani (See: Tabria), (27 June 1730), (9) D. Vincenzo Platamone (See Platamone),and Antonio Bonnici (??), (10) Baldassare Bonnici (13 January 1732), (11) Calcerano Mompalao (See: Mompalao)), Giuseppe and Caterina Cuschieri (See: Frigenuini) (6 March 1732), (12) Barone Saverio Gatt (See: Benwarrad) (23 August 1737), (13) Signor Ludovico Bianchi (See: Bianchi) (25 October 1741), (14) Dr. Ugolino Bonnici (5 September 1794), (15) Dr. Saverio Crispo (See: Crispo) (??).

Footnote#4: The 1878 Commissioners remarked in regard to the title of Barone di San Marciano that in that grant Pietro Paolo Galea Feriol proved the transmission of the title through the first born male descendents, successively down to his person

Footnote#5: In regard to the “first six” titles, primary emphasis is placed on the holder’s faculty to “nominate” and in default, a mechanism whereby the relative title is succeeded by the person determinable as per the following formulae thus: (Barone di Gomerino :-) facoltatem nominandi et eligendi unum ex dictis eorum descendentibus sive marem sive foeminanam, ad ipsorumet libitum et beneplacitum, pro hujusmodi titulo Baronis Gomerini consequendo et adipiscendo, dictaque nominatione et electione minime facta, ex tunc censeatur per eosdem eorumque singulos barones, nominatus et electus ipsorum Primogenitus, nisi eri ad Sacros Ordines promotus et in Religione professus et in defectu marium foemina primogenita; (Barone di Budack:-) Hoc etiam addito, quod in casu tui vel tuorum in infinitum decessus, absque ulla nominatione vel electione dictui tituli seu Baroniae, ex nunc censeatur nominatus et electus Primogenitus, nisi erit ad sacros Ordines promotus et in Religione professus, et in defectu marium foemina primogenita....; (Barone di San Marciano:-) Et in casu tui vel tuorum in infinitum decessus, absque ulla nominatione vel electione successoris in dicto titulo, ex nunc censeatur nominatus et electus primogenitus nisi erit ad sacros ordines promotus, aut in religione professus, et in defectu marium, foemina primogenita... (Barone della Tabria: -) Et in casu tui vel tuorum in infinitu decessus absque ulla nominatione vel elctione successoris in dicto titulo, ex nunc censeatur nominatus et electus primogenitus, nisi erit ad sacros ordines promotus et in religione professus, et in defectu marium, foemina primogenita..." (For Culeja , see Tabria and for Benwarrad see San Marciano).

 

Footnote#6: It should be remembered that to succeed in primogenitures, one must consider, in the first place, the line, in the second place, the degree, in the third place, the sex, and in the fourth place the age. The question which has been debated many times is whether line is to be calculated from the original grantee or from the last possessor. It appears that in terms of Sicilian Law, ulterior succession was calculated from the last possessor. However, it should be recalled that all of these six grants did not emanate from a Sicilian Monarch but from an independent and Sovereign ruler of Malta. In fact the 1878 Commissioners emphasized that Grand Masters were not bound to refer to the cognizance and decision of feudal suits (para. 135): The Commissioners considered this aspect with particular attention and concluded that even when Emperor Charles V, as King of Sicily, ceded the Maltese islands on the 24 March 1530 to the Knights, there was no condition reserved in the King’s favour that provided that the privileges granted by him should be recognized and enforced in the territory he had granted to the Grand Masters and the Order of St. John: Moreover the Commissioners also observed that any possible doubt was done away with by Philip II’s ulterior grant of 27 June 1559. The implication that one should computate descent from the original grantee instead of the Sicilian rule may have enormous implications but it seems that this was in fact the preferred interpretation by the Privy Council of the House of Lords in the classic Strickland/Apap case the outcome of which decided not just a mere title but an entire patrimony. According to the decision of  the 10th February 1883 of the Privy Council of the House of Lords in the Strickland/Apap case (Ref: 8 A.C.106), any nomination may not operate to displace the order of vocation or preference expressly prescribed by the previous parts of the deed nor may one interpret the remainder against  the principles of primogeniture that line is to be preferred to degree and age. In default of actual nomination, the primogenitus is to be deemed nominated:  censeatur nominatus. The natural meaning of that expression is that this imported or supposed nomination is to be of the same nature as the real nomination might have been. The limit of line must be taken to apply to devolution in the absence of nomination. Thus in determining who is to succeed in the default of a nomination, one has to assess the descent from the original grantee unless the instrument specifically provides otherwise (or is amended). In this way, one is precluded from determining succession from the last possessor as otherwise it would make a nonsense of the original grant made out in favour of the grantees. The Sicilian argument that one should compute from the last possessor was delivered a final blow by the same Privy Council (Ref: No. 150 1923) in its decision of the 20th January 1926 (Cassar Desain/Testaferrata Moroni Viani) when it dismissed that claim saying It is a satisfaction to the Board to feel that they are justified by authority in doing so, for that conclusion seems to them to be alone consonant with principle and right. The consequences of the view adopted by both Courts in Malta are indeed devastating. Their decision means that any failure by a beneficiary from whatever interested motive to claim primogenial property that property is at the mercy of any person whether within or without the vocations who succeeds in obtaining possession of it. He may hold it as against all comers even those next in the vocation freed and discharged from all primogenial obligations precise and serious as in this case they are. A more complete frustration of founder intentions as set forth in such an instrument of foundation as that here in question can hardly be conceived. That the 1878 Commissioners would have been in agreement with the principle of computing from the grantee is clearly implied in their remarks about Angiolino Attard (Benwarrad) being the first-born descendent in the primogenial line from the grantee, as well as their remarks that Pietro Paolo Galea  (San Marciano) had a descent from Barone Diego Antonio Galea Ferriol, and the regular transmission of the title through the first born male descendents, successively down to his person (See:- Correspondence and Report of the Commission appointed to enquire into the claims and grievances of the Maltese Nobility, May 1878, presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty (C.-2033.) (See Report Paras. 19, 30, 34). In addition, all of the six grants (with the exception of Gomerino) are addressed in the first person singular, which again implies the need to interpret the grants and apply the remainder from the original head. In a judgment delivered on the  4 October 1894 regarding one of these titles (Tabria ) the Maltese Civil court went to great lengths to outline the importance of the preciseness of the language used in regard to the grantee and the restrictiveness of the words employed, e.g. Tibi Nobili Isidoro Viani et post tui obitum ex te descendentes ,  Tu et quilibet ex tuis legitimis successoribus and tui vel tuorum in infinitum decessus.

Footnote#7: It appears that the accepted form of exercising the faculty to nominate a successor is by means of a will or a public deed. However during the Government of the Order, the Sovereigns assent was required in order for such nomination to take effect. It will be recalled that elsewhere in the 1878 Report, the Commissioners stated: It is hardly necessary to remark that such cession would be legally void, it being a settled point of feudal law that titles of nobility cannot be alienated and conveyed to other persons by deed of transaction between private parties, and without the sovereigns sanction. In the context of nominations effected during the Government of the Grandmasters, we have seen that in the case of the title of Barone di Castel Cicciano, Royal assent was required for the 1695 transaction in favour of Fabritio Testaferrata and was in fact given in 1695, that in the case of Barone di Gomerino, Royal assent was required for the 1734 transaction in favour of Ercole Martino Testaferrata and was in fact given in 1737, that in the case of Barone della Tabria, Royal assent was required for the 1784 renunciation in favour of Giuseppe Testaferrata Viani and was in fact given in 1784. Similarly in the case of Conte di Mont' Alto, Royal assent was required for succession of the first count’s nominated successor and was in fact achieved in 1724.  Moreover, according to the British Secretary of State writing to the Governor of Malta in 1878, it appears he himself excluded the possibility of a title being succeeded to outside a regular succession: - in fact he wrote: As each of these titles are either personal to the holder or a particular fief, or descends in the order of primogeniture so as to be tenable only by the eldest male descendant, it will be apparent that the holders of these titles are the persons who alone can be recognized as the heads of their respective families, so as to come within the terms of my predecessor’s Despatch above referred to. (See:- Correspondence and Report of the Commission appointed to enquire into the claims and grievances of the Maltese Nobility, May 1878, presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty (C.-2033.) (page 60). By analogy, the disherision by Mario Testaferrata de Robertis of his eldest son made in Palermo on the 16th April 1758 was not regarded as having any effect on the title of Marchese di San Vincenzo Ferreri (but appears to have different effects on the title of Marchese Testaferrata. In this regard, one cannot ignore William Loftie’s barbed comment: One of the claimants asserted that the eldest branch of the family was disinherited by the original grantee, and one might have supposed the Commission quite capable of deciding how far such an act of disinheritance would be valid in the case of an hereditary title. See: -William John Loftie’s A ride in Egypt, from Sioot to Luxor (1879) Chapter I. 

On the other hand, however, it appears that ever since after the Government of the Order of St, John, the aforesaid practice of nominating has become accepted by a will even though no assent is received from the Sovereign. Indeed, we see how in the case of Barone di Gomerino, that in 1827 the barone Pietro Paolo Testaferrata Abela nominated by a will his younger son, in the case of Barone della Tabria, the marchese Giuseppe Testaferrata Viani “nominated” his younger nephew by means of a will made in 1892, in the case of Barone di San Marciano, the barone Calcedonio Galea Feriolo also willed in 1908 a nomination in favour of his daughter in lieu of his son. Moreover, the Maltese Courts appear to have had no difficulty in (then) accepting  the principle of a “nomination” without ratification from the Sovereign (In particular see judgments of 1882 (Gomerino), 1885 (Budack,) and 1894 (Tabria,)

In addition it should be remarked that if a will is invalid (or simply not made), then the succession is regulated by the terms of the grant: thus in the case of Barone di Budack, a series of testamentary nominations made between 1874 and 1875 by the Baronessa Francesca Depiro in favour of a junior relative were declared invalid by reason of her incapacity of mind throughout that period and the title was deemed to have been succeeded by a more senior descendant of the grantee. The use of a mere testamentary disposition, that is to say without seeking the Sovereign’s ratification, appears to be founded on the Budack judgment delivered by the Court of Appeal dated 7 January 1885 which said: l’obbligo di chiedere l’investitura e di fare omaggio non era nella Bolla del Gran Maestro imposto sotto pena di decadenza del titolo e sotto il Governo successivo, l’obbligo medesimo ando completamente in disuso rispetto a tutti i titoli di nobilta conceduti dai Gran Maestri.

Finally, it should be noted that during the period 1883-1975, the British Colonial Administration adopted a practice of issuing warrants of recognition: These warrants cannot be regarded as supplementing the terms of the original grants. In this regard, it is worth recalling the words of the British Secretary of State: With reference to the question which the Commissioners have very properly raised in their original report, viz. whether acts of presumed recognition under the British Government, such as the issue of a passport from the Foreign Office to a gentleman, in which he is styled baron, or count, or marquis, or the mention of a similar title in a Despatch from a Secretary of State, or in a Government notice or other official document emanating from the Governor of the Colony, may be taken to have revived or perpetuated a title which has become extinct, or was otherwise without legal support, I feel able to give no other answer than that all such acts are altogether valueless for that purpose, and cannot be taken to have conferred, revived, perpetuated or confirmed any dignity which did not already rest upon an independent legal basis. It is only necessary to point out to you that no public officer, not even a Secretary of State, has the power of conferring titles of honour, for which the personal sanction of Her Majesty is each case is necessary; and even assuming such acts to have been done by British officials with full knowledge that the titles were non-existent, their want of power would prevent these acts of supposed recognition from having the slightest effect. (See:- Correspondence and Report of the Commission appointed to enquire into the claims and grievances of the Maltese Nobility, May 1878, presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty (C.-2033.) (See Letter dated 30 April 1878 from the Secretary of State for the Colonies Hicks-Beach to Governor van Straubanzee (Report page 59-60)).

 

* Nobile Pietro Paolo Galea Feriol, 2nd Barone of San Marciano, married 1714 to Rosa Maria Barbara Abela, with issue.

1. Nobile Lorenzo Galea Feriol, 3rd Baron-See Below.
2. Nobile Diego Galea Feriol, married
Eugenia D'Amico Castelletti dei Baroni di Djar-il-Bniet e Buqana, with issue.
2.1. Nobile Rosa Maria Galea Feriol, married 1791 to
Giuseppe Testaferrata Viani, 3rd Baron of Tabria, with issue.
2.2. Nobile Giuseppe Galea Feriol MD, married (1) (c. 1785) to Maria Figheri, married (2) 1815
Donna Teresa Camilleri Giustiniani, with issue.
2.2.1. (First Marriage) Nobile Onorata Galea Fighera, married 1802 Valletta to Don Donato dei Marchesi Bianchi
2.2.2. Nobile Elizabetta Galea Figheri, married 1802 Valletta to William Mackenzie.
2.2.3. Nobile Emanuele Galea Figheri, (Settled between Calabria and in Malta), married 1807 Valletta to Vincenza Falcolini.
2.2.4. (Second Marriage) Nobile Margherita Galea Giustiniani, (1819-, married 1842 to Giuseppe dei Baroni Galea,- See Below.
2.2.4.1. Nobile Teresa Galea, married 1878 to
Paolo Farrugia, Count of the Byzantine Empire.
2.2.4.2. Nobile Maria Teresa Galea, (1844-.
2.2.4.3. Nobile Giovanni Galea, (1846-., married 1870 to Maria Muscat., with issue.

2.2.4.3.1. Nobile Giuseppe Galea., married 1889 to Crocefissa Spiteri., with issue.

2.2.4.3.1.1. Nobile Margherita Galea., married 1917 to Nicola Pace.

2.2.4.3.1.2. Nobile Giovanna Galea., married 1916 to Salvatore Cachia.

2.2.4.3.1.3. Nobile Carmelo Galea., married 1920 to Nicolina Aquilina.

2.2.4.4. Nobile Giuseppe Galea, (1851-., (Migrated to Egypt c. 1900), married Josephine Cilia., with issue.

2.2.4.4.1. Nobile Chiara Galea.

2.2.4.4.2. Nobile Antonia Maria Galea.

2.2.4.4.3. Nobile Elvira Galea.

2.2.4.4.4. Nobile Vincenza Galea.

2.2.4.4.5. Nobile Elizabetta Galea.

2.2.4.4.6. Nobile Fiametta Galea.

2.2.4.4.7. Nobile Giuseppe Galea.

2.2.4.4.8. Nobile Guglielmo Galea.

2.2.4.4.9. Nobile Eduardo Galea.
2.2.4.5. Nobile Marguerite Galea, (1854-., married
Marchese Lorenzo Testaferrata.
2.2.4.6. Nobile Nataliza Galea, (1857--., married
Marchese Guglielmo Testaferrata
2.2.4.7. Nobile Teresa Maria Galea, (1860-., married to
Marchese Constantine Testaferrata.
2.2.5. Nobile Antonio Galea Giustiniani, (1816-., married to
Donna Eloise Gravina Guttadoro , with issue.
2.2.5.1. Nobile Giuseppe Galea Giustiniani, (Migrated c. 1850 to USA).

2.2.5.2. Nobile Penelope Galea.

2.2.5.3. Nobile Giorgiana Galea,

2.2.5.4. Nobile Antoinette Galea.

2.2.5.5. Nobile Charles Galea, (Migrated c. 1850 to USA).

2.2.5.6. Nobile Pietro Paolo Galea, (Migrated c. 1850 to USA).

2.2.6. Nobile Eugenia Galea Giustiniani, (1818-), dunm.
2.2.7. Nobile Cecilia Galea Giustiniani, (1820-., married
Marchese Emmanuele Testaferrata
2.2.8. Nobile Maria Antonia Galea Giustiniani, (1822-), dunm.
2.2.9. Nobile Pietro Galea Giustiniani, (1823-., married to
Francesca Montalto de Ribera., with issue.

2.2.9.1. Nobile Diego Galea Giustiniani, (Migrated to England c. 1870).

2.2.9.2. Nobile William Galea Giustiniani, dum.

2.2.9.3. Nobile Laura Galea Giustiniani.

2.2.9.4. Nobile Fanny Galea Giustiniani.

2.2.9.5. Nobile Patricia Galea Giustiniani.
3. Nobile Maria Galea Feriol, married
Marc'Antonio Inguanez, 14th Baron of Djar-il-Bniet e Buqana, and dsp.
4. Nobile Cosimano Otto "sives Gugmane" Galea Feriol, died 1761- Pinto gave him a full Military funeral., 'Capitano del Reggimento Urbano', married 1743 to
Natalizia Sceberras Testaferrata dei Baroni di Castel Cicciano, with issue.
4.1. Nobile Costanzo dei Baroni Galea, married 1789 to
Margherita Bonavita, with issue.
4.1.1. Nobile Giovanni dei Baroni Galea, married 1812 to Margherita Micallef, with issue.
4.1.1.1. Nobile Giuseppe  dei Baroni Galea, (1814-., married 1842 to Margherita Galea, -
See Above.
4.1.1.2. Nobile Costanzo dei Baroni Galea, (1817-., married 1865 to Anna Agius.

4.1.1.3. Nobile Maria dei Baroni Galea., married 1846 to Elia Farrugia.

4.1.1.4. Nobile Paolo dei Baroni Galea., married 1853 to Vittoria Galea., with issue.

4.1.1.4.1. Nobile Luigi Galea., married 1897 to Annunziata Xicluna.

4.1.1.4.2. Nobile Giovanni Galea., married 1895 to Rosa Danastas.

4.1.1.4.3. Nobile Carmela Galea., married 1891 to Paolo Camilleri.

4.1.1.4.4. Nobile Teresa Galea., married 1889 to Serafino Camilleri.

4.1.1.4.5. Nobile Grazia Galea., married 1880 to Giovanni Bonello.

4.1.1.5. Nobile Carmela dei Baroni Galea., married 1854 to Luigi Muscat.
4.1.2. Nobile Anna Natalizia dei Baroni Galea, (1790-., married 1833 to Giovanni Micallef.
4.1.3. Nobile Otto Cosimo dei Baroni Galea, (1793-), dunm.

4.1.4. Nobile Maddalena dei Baroni Galea., married 1818 to Giovanni Fenech.

4.1.5. Nobile Antonio dei Baroni Galea., married 1821 to Maria Attard.

4.1.6. Nobile Maria dei Baroni Galea., married 1822 to Giovanni Schembri., married to Marquis Gio Antonio Mallia Tabone.
4.2. Nobile Rosa Maria dei Baroni Galea, (1744-), 'Nun'.
4.3. Nobile Clara dei Baroni Galea, (1748-), Nun'.
4.4. Nobile Saveria dei Baroni Galea, (1750-), 'Nun'.
5. Nobile Gio Vincenzo Galea Ferriol, dunm.

 

* Nobile Lorenzo Galea Feriol, 3rd Barone of San Marciano, married 1737 to Nobile Angelica Rosa Saliba Manduca, with issue.

1. Nobile Giovanni Galea Feriol, 4th Baron - See Below.
2. Nobile Maria Galea Feriol, married 1768 to
Sig.Paolo Camilleri, with issue.

3. Nobile Ignazio Galea Ferriol, 'canon', dunm.
4. Nobile Pietro Paolo Galea Ferriol, (died 1790), 'Priest'.

5. Salvatore Galea Ferriol., (d. 1813). Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Count Galea and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, Became a Russian Citizen and changed his surname to Galeaov., Married 1799 at Petersburg , Russia to HH, Princess Catherine Troubetzkoy, with issue.
5.1. Nicholas Galeaov, (1800-79), 2nd Count Galeaov, 2nd, 9th and 16th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility., married 1821 St Petersburg, Russia to Countess Anastasia Gauciski, dsp.
5.2. Countess Marie Galeaov, (1803-), married 1822 St Petersburg Russia to Duke Andre Delicatasky.
5.3. Count Fedor Galeaov, (1806-59), married 1828 St Petersburg Russia to Duchess Maria Leonora Testaferratasky., with issue.
5.3.1. Count Salvatore Galeaov, (1830-99), 3rd Count, Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
5.3.2. Countess Catherine Galeaov, (1834-), married 1863 to Count Marc’Antonio Carabottsky.
5.3.3. Countess Marie Galeaov, (1837-), married 1862 to Count Phillip Apapov.
5.3.4. Countess Tatiana Galeaov, (1841-), married 1863 to Count Paul Carabottsky.
5.4. Count Ivan Galeaov, (1809-98), married 1835 St Petersburg Russia to Princess Elena Sceberrasky, with issue.
5.4.1. Count NicholasPaul Galeaov, 4th Count, (1838-1919), 23rd President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, married 1860 to Countess Irene Carabottsky., with issue.
5.4.1.1. Count Ivan Galeaov, 5th and Last Count, (1862-1946), fled to Finland., 1893 to Duchess Antonia Delicatasky, married with issue.
5.4.1.1.1. Countess Nicola Galeaov, (1895-1952)., dunm.
5.4.1.1.2. Countess Fedora Galeaov, (1897-1944)., married 1922 to Alexei Pashkine.
5.4.1.1.3. Countess Stephanie Galeaov., (1899-1925), married 1924 to Paul Nicolaiev, with issue.
5.4.1.1.3.1. Antonia Nicolaiev, (1931-, married 1965 to Baron Tommaso Palmen.
5.5. Count Salvatore Galeaov, (1811-57), Knight of the St John of Malta in Russia , dunm..

 

* Nobile Giovanni Galea Feriol, 4th Barone of San Marciano, married 1775 to Nobile Generosa Ducoss, 12th Baronessa Lemnos- Burlo- Busuttil- Ducoss, Hereditary Nobile of Hungary, with issue.

1. Nobile Lorenzo Galea Feriol, 5th Baron  - See Below.
2. Nobile Maddalena Galea Feriol, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married
Sir Vincenzo Manduca, KCMG, 4th Count of Mont'Alto, and dsp.
3. Nobile Angelica Galea Feriol, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married
Giuseppe Manduca dei Conti di Mont'Alto, with issue. - See Mont'Alto
4. Nobile Rosa Galea Feriol, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married 5th Baron of Tabria,dsp.

* Nobile Lorenzo Galea Feriol, CMG, 5th Barone of San Marciano, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, 13th Barone Lemnos married 1802 to Nobile Maria Anna Manduca dei Conti di Mont'Alto, with issue.

1. Nobile Pietro Paolo Galea Feriol, 6th Baron - See Below.
2. Nobile Calcedonio Galea Feriol, 7th Baron - See Below.

3. Nobile Generosa Galea Feriol, Hereditary Noble of Hungary,.

4. Nobile Camilla Galea Feriol, Hereditary Noble of Hungary,.

 

* Nobile Pietro Paolo Galea Feriol, (died 1884), 6th Barone of San Marciano, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, 14th Barone Lemnos, married 1833 to Nobile Vincenza Bonici, 4th Baroness of Qlejjgha, and dsp.

 

* Nobile Calcedonio Galea Feriol, (1823-1912), 7th Barone of San Marciano, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, 15th Barone Lemnos, married 1845 to Marchesa Angelica Apap Bologna dei Marchesi di Gnien is Sultan, with issue.

1. Nobile Nicola Galea Feriol, (1849-1915), Baroncino di San Marciano, Primogenial Descendant of Diego Antonio Galea Feriol 1912-1915., Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married 1876 to Marchesa Camilla dei Marchesi Testaferrata Olivier, with issue.
1.1. Nobile Lorenzo Galea Testaferrata, (1877-1930), Primogenial Descendant of Diego Antonio Galea Feriol 1915 - 1930, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, dunm.
1.2. Nobile Marianna Galea Testaferrata, (1881-1959), Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married Dr Joseph Gatt, MD, and dsp.
1.3. Nobile Ignazio Galea Testaferrata, (1883-1939), Hereditary Noble of Hungary, Primogenial Descendant of Diego Antonio Galea Feriol 1930 - 1939, dunm.
1.4. Nobile Biagio Galea Testaferrata, (1886-1948), Hereditary Noble of Hungary, Primogenial Descendant of Diego Antonio Galea Feriol 1939 - 1948, married 1926 to
Contessa Anna Attard Montalto dei Baroni di Benwarrad, with issue.
1.4.1. Conte Mario Galea Testaferrata, (1929-2008) Primogenial Descendant of Diego Antonio Galea Feriol 1948 - 2008, Hereditary Noble of Hungary,
Deputy Mayor of Mdina Malta,  married Rosemary Xuereb, with issue.
1.4.1.1. Contessa Camilla Galea Testaferrata, (1958-., Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married James Scerri, with issue.
1.4.1.2. Conte James Galea Testaferrata, (1960-, Present Primogenial Descendant of Diego Antonio Galea Feriol 2008 -., Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married 1989 to Anna Preca with issue.
1.4.1.2.1. Conte Rose Galea Testaferrata, (1991-., Hereditary Noble of Hungary,
1.4.2.3. Contessa Maria Elena Galea Testaferrata, (1966-., Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married Julian Zammit, (His brother is married to
Nobile Caroline Testaferrata Moroni Viani)., (d. 2005), with issue.
1.4.2.3.1. Contessa Julia Zammit, , Hereditary Noble of Hungary.
1.4.2.4. Conte Dr Simon Galea Testaferrata, LL.D, (1970-., Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married 2000 to
Filippa Peralta, BA, Dip.Not.Pub., with issue.
1.4.2.4.1. Contessa Emilea Galea Testaferrata., Hereditary Noble of Hungary.
1.4.2.4.2. Conte Paul Galea Testaferrata., (2003-., Hereditary Noble of Hungary.
1.5. Nobile Angese Galea Testaferrata, (1885-1941), Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married 1910 to
Marchese Daniele Testaferrata Bonici Ghaxaq, 7th Marquis of San Vincenzo Ferreri e Testaferrata, with issue.

2. Nobile Emilia Galea Feriol, (1852-1943), 8th Baroness of San Marciano, , Hereditary Noble of Hungary, Married 1882 Floriana Malta to Magistrate. Dr Salvatore Trapani, LL.D, with issue.
2.1. Nobile Nicholas Trapani Galea Feriol, (1884-1963), 9th Baron of San Marciano, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, Married 1924 to Dona Maria de Piro D'Amico Inguanez dei Baroni di Budaq, with issue.
2.1.1. Nobile Igino Nicholas Galea Feriol,1942-, 10th Baron of San Marciano, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, Married 1970 to Contessa Sylvia Josefa Gasan, with issue
2.1.1.1. Contessa Bettina Trapani Galea Feriol, (1972- , Hereditary Noble of Hungary, Married to Malcolm Azzopardi, with issue
2.1.1.1.1. Conte Ben Azzopardi, (2002-., Hereditary Noble of Hungary.
2.1.1.1.2. Conte Max Azzopardi., (2005-, Hereditary Noble of Hungary,.

2.1.1.2. Conte Michael Trapani Galea Feriol, (1973-, Baroncino di San Marciano, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married 2001 to Ruth Zammit-Tabona, with issue.

2.1.1.2.1. Conte Tom Trapani Galea Feriol, (2003-, Hereditary Noble of Hungary,.

2.1.1.2.2. Contessa Emma Trapani Galea Feriol, (2005-, Hereditary Noble of Hungary,.
2.1.1.3. Contessa Greta Maria Trapani Galea Feriol, (1976- , Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married 2003 to Marchese Paul Apap Bologna dei Marchesi di Gnien is-Sultan.
2.1.1.4. Conte Paul Alexander Trapani Galea Feriol, (1980-, Hereditary Noble of Hungary.
2.1.1.5. Conte Dr Nicholas Trapani Galea Feriol LLD, LLM, (1982-., Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married 2010 at Mdina Cathedral to Pippa Coney, with issue.

2.1.1.5.1.Conte Beppe Trapani Galea Feriol, (2016-., Hereditary Noble of Hungary.
2.1.2. Nobile Emily Trapani Galea Feriol, (1926-2007), Hereditary Noble of Hungary, dunm.
2.1.3. Nobile Geraldine Trapani Galea Feriol, (1928-88), Hereditary Noble of Hungary, dunm
2.1.4. Nobile Natalie Trapani Galea Feriol, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, (1929- 2010), married 1959 to Antoine Bianchi, with issue.
2.1.4.1. Nicholas Bianchi, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married 1986 to 
Marchesa Marie Testaferrata Bonici, with issue.
2.1.4.2. Andre Bianchi, (1962-, Hereditary Noble of Hungary.
2.1.4.3. Anne Marie Bianchi, (1967-, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married 2006 to
Dr Anton Tabone LLD.
2.1.5. Nobile Dorothy Trapani Galea Feriol, (1932-., Hereditary Noble of Hungary.
2.1.6. Nobile Marlene Trapani Galea Feriol, (1936-., Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married 1964 to Edgar Huber, with issue.
2.1.6.1. Colin Huber, (1965, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married (1) to Zareena Subani, married (2) 2005 to Frances Dewar, with issue.

2.1.6.1.1. (First Marriage) Joseph Alexander Huber, (1997-, Hereditary Noble of Hungary.

2.1.6.1.2. (Second Marriage)  Mia Huber, (2006-, Hereditary Noble of Hungary.

2.1.6.2. Christopher Huber, (1966-, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married 2005 to Alice Bremner-Smith, with issue.

2.1.6.2.1. Holly Rebecca Huber, (2006-, Hereditary Noble of Hungary.

2.1.6.3. John Huber, (1971-, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married to Cornelia van der Poll.

2.2. Nobile Carmela Trapani, (1883-), Hereditary Noble of Hungary.
2.3. Nobile Giuseppina Trapani, Hereditary Noble of Hungary.
2.4. Nobile Teresina Trapani, (1889-), Hereditary Noble of Hungary.
3. Nobile Carmela Galea Feriol, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married 1875 to
Giuseppe Testaferrata Viani, 5th Baron of Tabria, and dsp.

 

 

See also: * Nobile Emilia Galea Feriol, (1852-1943), 8th Baroness of San Marciano, Married 1882 Floriana Malta to Magistrate. Dr Salvatore Trapani, LL.D, with issue.

See also: * Nobile Nicholas Trapani Galea Feriol, (1884-1963), 9th Baron of San Marciano, (See footnotes below), married 1924 to Maria de Piro D'Amico Inguanez dei Baroni di Budaq, with issue (for issue see above).

 

See also: * Nobile Igino Nicholas Trapani Galea Feriol, (1942-, 10th Baron of San Marciano, (See footnotes below), Married 1970 to Sylvia Josefa Gasan, with issue (for issue see above).

Footnote#1:  This lady Emilia Trapani nee Galea Feriol is noted as having been ‘nominated’ in the title of San Marciano by her father Calcedonio Galea Feriol. On the basis of the genealogical chart, Calcedonio was Diego Antonio Galea Feriol’s primogenial descendant but Emilia was only his younger child; moreover she was a female. Consequently, the reservations expressed above about the validity of a ‘nomination’ without the Sovereign’s assent apply in this regard with the proviso that such testamentary ‘nominations’ appear to have gained general acceptance notwithstanding such failure In the hypothesis that the ‘nomination’ by Calcedonio Galea Feriol in favour of Emilia Trapani was invalid, it follows that it was Calcedonio’s eldest son, Nicola, who succeeded the title of San Marciano instead , as Nicola would have been the then primogenial descendant of Diego Antonio Galea Feriol.

Footnote#2:  The aforesaid lady’s son and grandson are also noted as having held the title of San Marciano. On the basis of the genealogical chart, they were at the time only junior descendants of the original grantee. Consequently, the reservations expressed above about the validity of a ‘nomination’ without the Sovereign’s assent apply in their regard with the proviso that such testamentary ‘nominations’ appear to have gained general acceptance notwithstanding such failure. In the hypothesis that the ‘nominations’ in favour of the said son or grandson were invalid, it follows that it was the primogenial descendant of the original grantee who succeeded the title. See decision of the Privy Council (Strickland/Apap)

Footnote#3: It appears that since Maltese Law legislated in 1975 (Act XXIX of 1975) against recognition of nobiliary titles in any form whatsoever, that it is not legally possible to make any more ‘nominations’ because such recognition is contrary to law, and also because it is against Public Policy. Consequently, and at least since 1975, the succession of a title purportedly disposable by ‘nomination’ can only follow the terms of the grant without anybodys intervention. In this regard, it may be worthwhile recalling what the 1878 Commissioners had stated about a private transaction in regard to a title which was not recognized by the Government of the Grand Masters:  -This is the so-termed patto di famiglia (Anglice, family compact), which after the death of Mario was entered into, and by which also Asteria, a daughter, and her descendants were admitted to bear all the titles belonging to the family, that of Marchese De Testaferrata included. But is the latter title, De Testaferrata, proceeding from the grant made by Victor-Amadeus, is not to be taken to extend to all the contemporary descendants of Mario, and if, whatever may be its extension, it was neither duly registered in these islands nor acknowledged by the local sovereigns, it is clear that the afore-said agreement is legally null and void’. and Correspondence and Report of the Commission appointed to enquire into the claims and grievances of the Maltese Nobility, May 1878, presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty (C.-2033.) Consequently, even if the ‘nomination’ in favour of the aforesaid Gino Trapani Galea is valid by way of the said practice of testamentary dispositions, he in turn is precluded from making any further ‘nomination’ after 1975.

Footnote#4: On the basis of the genealogical chart, it appears that the person next in vocation as primogenial descendant of Diego Antonio Galea Feriol is Mario Galea Testaferrata.

 

 


Titled, De Jures and Heirs.



* Titled: Igino Trapani Galea Feriol, as the present Baron of San Marciano
* Successor: (Primogenial descendant of Diego Antonio Galea Feriol) Mario Galea Testaferrata, as the Baroncino

Special Terms (Grant): Tibi Nobili Didaco Antonio Galea Feriol et post tui obitum, uni ex filiis vel filiabus legitimis et naturalibus ex te legitime procreatis vel procreandis, quem vel quam omni futuro tempore et in perpetuum. Tu et quilibet ex tuis legitimis successoribus in dicta Baronia constitutus seu respective constituta, malueritis eligendum vel eligendam. Et in casu tui vel tuorum in infinitum decessus, absque ulla nominatione vel electione successoris in dicto titulo, ex nunc censeatur nominatus et electus primogenitus nisi erit ad sacros ordines promotus, aut in religione professus, et in defectu marium, foemina primogenita...

 

 

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