Benwarrad1397

Barones di Benwarrad, 1397, Barone de Vaccaro 1409.
Ingo was granted the fief of Benuarrat on the 24-02-1397 in the following terms:- “Animentur ad obsequendu serventinus corda fideliu subiectoru, cum eorum merita, regalis munificeentia, aque dignis premiis compensate. Per praesens igitur privilegiu notu sit, etc. quod ad humilem supplicatione’ per delictum Consiliarium, familiarem, & fidelem nostru Ingum Vaccaro militem de Civitate Meliveti Maestatibus nostris inde factam attendentes fidem puram, & devotionem sinceram, quas dictus Ingus erga Excellentias nostra, gessit, & gerit, grata quoq, & accepta servitia per dictu Ingum Celsitudinibus nostris devote collate, praseertim nouiter in reductione dicta Civitatis, & Insula Meliveti ad nostra dominiu Maiestatis, subiogo, et dominio quonda Guillelmi de Montecateno in nepharia, & c . tunc existents, & detentas; attendentes, nec minus damna, exilium & iacturas, qua dictus Ingus pro alservantia nostra fidei est perpessus, dictam eius patriam dudum per Artalem de Alagona nostrum nepharium, & c violenta tirannide occupatam, cum suis amplis facultatibus in ea existetibus relinquendo, eligens potius sub fidelitatate nostra exul degree, quam sub ipsius Artalis infesto dominio permanere, &c”This property fief of Benuarrat was later to be converted into the right to receive an annual payment of 12 oncie payable from the Secrezia of Malta equivalent to the fruits of the fief. Abela notes that as at 1647 the income of Benuarrat rendered 800 Scudi.
 
 
Granted to: Milite Inigo de Vaccaro.
By: Mary I, Queen of Sicily and Malta and Martin I, King of Sicily and Malta
On: 1397 in Palermo.
With Remainder to: His descendants by feudal tenure (Jure Francorum) in perpetuity.
List of Title holders: 
1. Milite Inigo de Vaccaro, 1st Barone, succeeded by his son.
2. Milite Giovanni de Vaccaro, 2nd Barone, succeeded by his son.
3. Milite Lanza de Vaccaro, (d. 1490), 3rd Barone, succeeded by his brother.
4. Milite Giovanni de Vaccaro, 4th Barone, succeeded by his daughter.
5. Nobile Francesca de Vaccaro de Bordino, 5th Baronessa, (d. 1510),  succeeded by her son.
6. Nobile Giovanni de Bordino, 6th Barone, sold fief to the Knights of St John of Malta c. 1550.
 
Granted to: Milite Inigo de Vaccaro.
By:  Martin II, King of Sicily and Malta
On: 1409 in Catania.
With Remainder to: for life only.
List of Title holders: 
1. Milite Inigo de Vaccaro, 1st Barone,  extinct.
 
 
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