BibinoMagno1544

Feudal Barone's e "Principe" di Bibino Magno, 1544, 1599.
Updated 20-01-2020.
 
 

 
Granted to:  Milite Guglielmo di Bibino.
By: Charles I d'Anjou, King of Sicily.
On: 1271 at Noto, Sicily.
Presented to the British Royal Commission on Nobility: No.
With Remainder to: His descendants in perpetuity.
List of Title holders: 
1. Guglielmo di Bibino, 1st Barone, succeeded by his son-in-law.
2. Pariso Castellar, 2nd Barone, 1345, Signore di Palazzolo 1356, succeeded by his son-in-law.
3. Matteo d'Alagona, 3rd Barone 1370, Barone di Bibinello e Favara. Fief was dismissed and given to Ponzio di Entessa by King Martin I in 1390
4. Ponzio di Entessa, 4th Barone 1390, Barone di Palazzolosucceeded by his daughter.
5. Franzina di Entessa, 5th Baronessa 1397, succeeded by her husband.
6. Giacomo Campolo, 6th Barone 1399, sold fiefdoms to d'Alagona's.
7. Giovanni d'Alagona, 7th Barone, succeeded by his son.
8. Artale d'Alagona, 8th Barone 1440, 1453, succeeded by his daughter.
9. Maciotta d'Alagona, 9th Baroness, succeeded by her brother.
10. Artale d'Alagona, 10th Barone 1476, succeeded by his son.
11. Andrea d'Alagona, 11th Barone, succeeded by his father.
10. Artale d'Alagona, 10th Barone, 1517, succeeded by his son.
12. Girolamo d'Alagona, 12th Barone 1518, succeeded by his son.
13. Artale d'Alagona, 13th Barone, 1519, 1559 regranted (see below), succeeded by his son.
14. Giuseppe d'Alagona, 14th Barone 1581, 1596 changed to fiefdom of Mililli, succeeded by his son.
15. Vincenzo d'Alagona, 15th Barone 1629, succeeded by his daughter and son-in-law.
16. Lucia d'Alagona, 16th Baronessa 1644, and Giuseppe Lucchese, succeeded by their son.
17. Nicola Lucchese, 17th Barone 1705, succeeded by his father.
16. Giuseppe Lucchese, 16th Barone,. 1746, succeeded by his son-in-law.
18. Vincenzo Denti, 18th Barone 1767, sold fiefdom in 1802 to Vincenzo Navantieri.
 
Granted to:  Don Gerolamo d'Alagona.
By: Charles I, King of Sicily and Spain, V of the Holy Roman Empire.
On: 1544 at Catania, Sicily.
Presented to the British Royal Commission on Nobility: No.
With Remainder to: His descendants in perpetuity.
List of Title holders: 
1. Don Gerolamo d'Alagona, 1st Barone, succeeded by his son.
2. Don Francesco d'Alagona, 2nd Barone, succeeded his sister.
3. Donna Eleanora d'Alagona, 3rd Baronessa, succeeded by her daughter.
4. Donna Eleanora Abela, 4th Baronessathen acknowledged as Principessa with her Husband on 1599.
 
Granted to:  Principe Giovanni Battista (John Battista) Sayd.
By: Philip II, King of Spain and Sicily.
On: 1599 at Palermo, Sicily.
Presented to the British Royal Commission on Nobility: No.
With Remainder to: His descendants in perpetuity.
List of Title holders: 
1. Prince John Battista Sayd, 1st Prince di Bibino Magno, 4th Prince de Sayd, died 1599, succeeded by son.
2. Prince Oshin III Carlos Sayd, 2nd Prince e 5th Barone di Bibino Magno, 5th Prince de Sayd, died 1653, succeeded by eldest son.
3. Prince Jean Pierre Sayd, 3rd Prince e 6th Barone di Bibino Magno, 6th Prince de Sayd, died 1671, succeeded by brother.
4. Prince Oshin IV Jerome Sayd, 4th Prince e 7th Barone di Bibino Magno, 7th Prince de Sayd, died 1679, succeeded by first nearest legitimate cousin.
5. Donna Speranza Dingli Sayd, 5th Princess e 8th Barone di Bibino Magno, died 1681, succeeded by son.
6. Don Simone Sayd, 6th Prince e 9th Barone di Bibino Magno, 10th Prince de Sayd, succeeded by son.
7. Don Lorenzo Sayd, 7th Prince e 10th Barone di Bibino Magno, 11th Prince de Sayd, succeeded by son.
8. Don Giovanni Maria Sayd, 8th Prince e 11th Barone di Bibino Magno, 12th Prince de Sayd, executed 1799 by Napoleon, succeeded by son.
9. Don Salvatore Said,  9th Prince di Bibino Magno, 13th Prince de Sayd, succeeded by son.
10. Conte Giovanni Maria Said, 10th Prince di Bibino Magno, 14th Prince de Sayd, died 1907 Santi, Malta,  succeeded by legitimate son.
 
legitimate line.
11. Conte Francesco Saverio Said, 11th Prince di Bibino Magno, 15th Prince de Sayd, died 1956 Santi, Malta, succeeded by younger son.
12. Conte Carmelo Said, Prince di Bibino Magno, 16th Prince de Sayd, died 1973 Mgarr Malta, succeeded by son.
13. Conte Giuseppe Said,  Prince di Bibino Magno, 17th Prince de Sayd, (1949-.

Heir: Conte Charles Said Vassallo, (1971-.

 

illegitimate line.

(11) Conte Enrico Said, De-Jure 16th Prince de Sayd, De -Jure 11th Prince of Bibino Magno, died 1944 Paris, France, succeeded by his eldest son.
(12) Conte Salvatore Said, De-Jure 17th Prince de Sayd, De-Jure 12th Prince of Bibino Magno, died 1945 Paris, France, succeeded by his Uncle.
(13) Conte Riccardo Said, De-Jure 18th Prince de Sayd, De-Jure 13th Prince of Bibino Magno, died 1952 Paris, France, succeeded by his son.
(14) Conte Louis Said, De-Jure 19th Prince de Sayd, De-Jure 14th Prince of Bibino Magno, died 1991, Paris, France, succeeded by his son.
(15) Conte Ricard Said, De-Jure 20th and Last Prince de Sayd, De-Jure 15th and Last Prince of Bibino Magno, died 2010, Paris, France. His line is extinct.
 
 
Senior Line. senior line from Don Giovanni Maria Sayd, (d. 1799) who was executed by the French.
 
(12). Don Lorenzo Francesco Sayd, (1781-), styled 12th Barone di Bibino Magno, 12th Visconte de Sayd, succeeded by his son.
(13). Don Giovanni Said, (c. 1870), styled 13th Barone di Bibino Magno, 13th Visconte de Sayd, succeeded by his son.
(14). Don Carmelo Said, (d. 1940), styled 14th Barone di Bibino Magno, 14th Visconte de Sayd, succeeded by his son.
(15). Don Harry John Said, (d. March, 2019), styled 15th Barone di Bibino Magno, 15th Visconte de Sayd, succeeded briefly by his son.
(16). Don Paul Gerard Said, (d. August, 2019), styled 16th Barone di Bibino Magno, 16th Visconte de Sayd, succeeded by his son.
(17). Don Jayden Paul Said, (1989-., styled 17th Barone di Bibino Magno, 17th Viconte de Sayd.
 
Heir: (Uncle) ; Don Mark Andrew Said, (1961-.
 
 
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