Barons di Frigenuini, (1375), (1737), (1773).
Last update: 30-12-2021.
Granted to: Milite Gaddo Cuzkeri.
By: Frederico III, King of Sicily and Malta.
On: 1375 in Messina.
With Remainder to: His descendants by feudal tenure (Jure) in perpetuity.
List of Title holders: 
1. Milite Gaddo Cuzkeri, 1st Barone,  succeeded by his son.
2. Milite Frederico Cuzkeri, 2nd Barone, succeeded by his son.
3. Milite Nicola Cuzkeri, (c. 1420), 3rd Barone, succeeded by his son.
4. Milite Federico Cuzkeri, (c. 1450), 4th Barone, succeeded by his son.
5. Milite Nicola Cuzkeri, (c. 1490), 5th Barone, succeeded by his son.
6. Milite Giuseppe Cuzkeri, (c. 1531), 6th Barone, sold fief to the Knights of St John of Malta 1531.
Granted to: Nobile Alessandro Mompalao Cuzkeri.
By: Ramon Despuig, Grand Master of Malta.
On: 1737 at Valletta.
With Remainder to: His legitimate and nature descendants in perpetuity; (Ref: Vol. 541, ff. 197r-197v The grant of Barone di Frigenuini granted to Alessandro Mompalao on the 17 September 1737 by Grand Master Despuig (later granted to Gaetano Pisani on the 17 June 1773 by Grand Master Ximenes) does not appear to have been considered by the 1878 Commissioners.)
List of Title holders: 
1. Nobile Alessandro Mompalao Cuzkeri, (d. 1760), 1st Barone, title succeeded without authorisation of Grand Master of Malta, so it is extinct with a claimant.
2. (illegitimate daughter of the 1st Barone) Rosalea Mompalao, (d. 1785), 2nd deJure Baroness, succeeded by her eldest daughter.
3. (illegtimate daughter of Marchese Diegio Moscati) Nobile Saveria Moscati, (d. 1797), 3rd deJure Baroness, succeeded by her eldest son.
4. (illegitimate son of Marchese Antonio de Piro)  Marchese Senator Alessandro Moscati, (d. 1826), Senator in Messina, Sicily, 4th deJure Barone, succeeded by nomination to his eldest daughter.
5. (illegitimate daughter of Marchesa Maria Teresa Testaferrata) Nobile Anna Moscati, (d. 1853), 5th deJure Baroness, succeeded by her daughter by nomination.
6. (illegitimate daughter of HRH, Comte de Beaujolais), Nobile Teresa Gauci Beaujolais, (d. 1874), 6th deJure Baroness, succeeded by her daughter by nomination.
7.  Nobile Anna Abela Gauci Beaujolais, 7th deJure Baroness, succeeded by her daughter by nomination.
8. Nobile Giuseppa Vella Gauci Beaujolais, (d. 1934), 8th deJure Baroness, succeeded her daughter by nomination. 
9. Nobile Marianna Sammut Castelletti, (d. 1939), 9th deJure Baroness, succeeded by her eldest son.
10. Nobile Giovanni VIII Maria Vassallo, (d. 1997), 28th Barone di Bauvso, 10th deJure Barone, succeeded by his niece.
11. Nobile Mary Doris Vassallo Said, (1953-, Principessa de Sayd, 11th Baroness.
Granted to: Dr Gaetano Pisani JUD.
By: Francesco Ximenes de Texada, Grand Master of Malta.
On: 1773 at Valletta.
With Remainder to: (According to 1878 Report, the patent is identical to the terms of San Marciano which reads: 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...
List of Title holders: 
1. Dr Gaetano Pisani JUD, (d. 1815), 1st Barone, succeeded by his son.
2. Nobile Benedetto Pisani, (d. 1834), 2nd Barone, succeeded by his only child, a daughter.
3. Nobile Suor Maria Adeodata Pisani, (d. 1855), 3rd Baroness, declined to inherit and became extinct.
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