Signors di La Lhalca di Ghajn Tuffieha (cr: 1399), Barons de Bordino (cr: 1485).
Updated: 31-08-2020.
Granted to: Milite Federico de Bordino.
By: Martin I and Maria I, King and Queen of Sicily and Malta
On: 1398 in Messina
With Remainder to: His descendants by feudal tenure (Jure Francorum) in perpetuity.
List of Title holders: 
1. Milite Federico de Bordino, 1st Signore, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Milite Bartolomeo de Bordino, 2nd Signore, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Milite Guglielmo de Bordino, 3rd Signore, succeeded by his eldest son.
4. Milite. Orlando de Bordino, 4th Signore, succeeded by his eldest son.
5. Milite Rinaldo de Bordino, 5th Signore, succeeded by his brother.
6. Milite Ruggiero de Bordino, 6th Signore, succeeded by his nephew.
7. Milite Orlando de Bordino, 7th Signore, succeeded by his son.
8. Milite Leonardo de Bordino, 8th Signore, succeeded by his son.
9. Milite Orlando de Bordino, 9th Signore, succeeded by his daughter.
10. Nobile Domenica de Bordino, 10th Signorina, (c. 1646), dormant.
Granted to: Milite Giovanni de Bordino.
By: Ferdinand II, King of Malta and Sicily.
On: 1485 in Palermo.
With Remainder to: His descendants by feudal tenure (Jure Francorum) in perpetuity.
List of Title holders: 
1. Milite Giovanni de Bordino, 1st Barone, (d. 1512), succeeded by his daughter.
2. Nobile Imperia de Bordino, 2nd Baroness, (d. 1514), extinct.
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