Djar-il-bniet1316

Barons di Djar il-Bniet, Buqana, e Hemsijia (cr:1316).

“Fu’ gia in questa famiglia il feudo di Deyr el Bniet ch’ hoggi si trova in quella degl’ Inguanez, posciache pervenuto in Michele Bava Maltese, per la di lui morte, e mancanza d’eredi devoluto alla regia Corte; dal Re’ Ludovico fu’ concesso a’ Chicco, o’ Francesco Gatto Castellano allora di Malta l’anno mille tre cento cinquanta, come si cava dal privilegio originali, ch’ habbiamo veduto in poter del Barone Inguanez. Che il predetto Michele sia stato Maltese, leggiamo in una scrittra mandataci da Palermo feudum Deyr el Bniet, pro quondam Michaelum Bava Melivetanum antiquitus possidebatur, post cuius, haerumq; suorum obitem ad regiae Curia manus pervenit (From Abela’s “Della Descrittione di Malta del Commendatore Abela” (1647))

Granted to: Milite Michele Bava.

By: Frederick II, King of Sicily and Malta

On: 1316 in Messina

With Remainder to: His descendants by feudal tenure (Jure Francorum) in perpetuity.

List of Title holders: 

1. Milite Michele Bava.,(d. 1349), Barone di Djar il-Bniet, Buqana e Hemsijia, title become extinct in the male legitimate line, recreated to son-in-law.

 

 

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