Grungo1510

Barone di Baccari 1507; Signors di Jardum Grandi, 1510, Barone di Pietra Longa 1513.

last Update: 24-06-2022.

 

Granted to: Milite Francesco Grungo.
Title: Barone Grungo.
By: Ferdinando II, King of Sicily and Malta
On: 1506 at Palermo.
With Remainder to: His descendants by feudal tenure (Jure Francorum) in perpetuity.
List of Title holders: 
1. Milite Francesco Grungo, 1st Barone, title was revoked in 1507.
 
Granted to: Milite Francesco Grungo.
Title: Signore di Jardum Grandi.
By: Ferdinando II, King of Sicily and Malta
On: 1510 at Palermo.
With Remainder to: His descendants by feudal tenure (Jure Francorum) in perpetuity.
List of Title holders: 
1. Milite Francesco Grungo, 1st Signore, 1st Barone, succeeded by his son.
2. Milite Antonio Grungo, 2nd Signore, 2nd Barone, succeeded by his brother.
3. Milite Bartolomeo Grungo, 3rd Signore, 3rd Barone, succeeded by his son.
4.  Don Francesco Grungo, 4th Signore, 4th Barone, (d. 1570), succeeded by his brother.
5.  Don Antonino Grungo, 5th Signore, 5th Barone, succeeeded by his son.
6. Don Notary Bartolomeo Grungo, 6th Signore, 6th Barone, (c. 1600), sold fiefdom to the Knights of St John of Malta.
 
Granted to: Milite Francesco Grungo.
Title: Barone di Pietra Longa.
By: Ferdinando II, King of Sicily and Malta
On: 1513 at Palermo.
With Remainder to: His descendants by feudal tenure (Jure Francorum) in perpetuity.
List of Title holders: 
1. Milite Francesco Grungo, 1st Barone, succeeded by his son.
2. Milite Antonio Grungo,  2nd Barone, succeeded by his brother.
3. Milite Bartolomeo Grungo, 3rd Barone, succeeded by his son.
4.  Don Francesco Grungo, 4th Barone, (d. 1570), succeeded by his brother.
5.  Don Antonino Grungo, 5th Barone, succeeeded by his son.
6. Don Notary Bartolomeo Grungo, 6th Barone, (c. 1600), sold fiefdom to the Knights of St John of Malta.
 
 
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