Paleologo1407

Principality of Selimbria, 1407, and Despot of Mystra, 1443.

 
Granted to:  Prince Theodore Paleologo of Byzantine Empire, Despot of Achaia.
Title: Principality of Selimbria.
On: 1407 at Constantinople, Byzantine Empire.
By: Manuel II Paleologo, Emperor of the Byzantine Empire.
Title: Despot of Selimbria.
On: 1443 at Constantinople, Byzantine Empire.
By: John VIII Paleologo, Emperor of the Byzantine Empire.
Presented to the British Royal Commission on Nobility: No.
With Remainder to: His descendants in perpetuity.
List of Title holders: 
1. Prince Theodore Paleologo of Byzantine Empire, Despot of Achaia, 1st Principle e Despot, (d. 1448), succeeded by his illegitimate son.
2. Principe Thomas Emanuele Peter Paleologo, (d. 1475), 2nd Principe e Despot, succeeded by his son.
3. Principe Michele Theodore Paleologo, (d. 1484), 3rd Principe e Despot, succeeded by his son.
4. Principe Giovanni Theodore Paleologo, (d. 1518), 4th Principe e Despot, succeeded by his son.
5. Principe Giovanni Giorgio Paleologo, (d. 1571), 5th Principe e Despot, succeeded by his son.
6. Principe Demetrio Paleologo, (d. 1595), 6th Principe e Despot, succeeded by his son.
7. Principe Gerolamo Paleologo, (d. 1608), 7th Principe e Despot, succeeded by his son.
8. Principe Gerolamo II Paleologo, (d. 1624), 8th Principe e Despot, succeeded by his son.
9. Principe Gio Andrea Paleologo, (d. 1661), 9th Principe e Despot, succeeded by his son.
10. Principe Gerolamo III Paleologo, (d. 1664), 10th Principe e Despot, succeeded by his brother.
11. Principe Roderico Paleologo, (d. 1669), 11th Principe e Despot, succeeded by his son.
12. Principe Gio Andrea II Paleologo, (d. 1672), 12th Principe e Despot, succeeded by his brother.
13. Principe Francesco Paleologo, (d. 1708), 13th Principe e Despot, succeeded by his younger son.
14. Principe Gio Antonio I Paleologo, (d. 1739), 14th Principe e Despot, succeeded by his nephew.
15. Principe Gio Antonio 1I Paleologo, (d. 1760), 15th Principe e Despot, succeeded by his son.
16. Principe Antonio Paleologo, (d. 1789), 16th Principe e Despot, succeeded by his brother.
17. Principe Gio Antonio III Paleologo, (d. 1826), 17th Principe e Despot, succeeded by his son.
18. Principe Gio Antonio III Paleologo, (1874), 18th Principe e Despot, succeeded by kinsman.
19. Conte Sir Giorgio Serafino Ciantar Paleologo, KCMG, (d. 1856), 5th Conte Wzzini Paleologo, 2nd Barone di San Giovanni, 19th Principe e Despot, succeeded by his brother.
20. Conte Giuseppe Ciantar Paleologo, (d. 1888), 6th Conte Wzzini Paleologo, 3rd Barone di San Giovanni, 20th Principe e Despot, succeeded by his two nephew in titles seperately.
 
Principe di Mystra succession:
21. Conte Dr Giovanni I Chapelle Paleologo LLD, (d. 1901), 8th Conte Wzzini Paleologo, 21st Principe, succeeded by his son.
22. Conte Dr Giovanni II Chapelle Paleologo LLD, (d. 1937), 9th Conte Wzzini Paleologo, 22nd Principe, succeeded by his son.
23. Conte Dr Giovanni III Chapelle Paleologo LLD, (d. 1981), 10th Conte Wzzini Paleologo, 23rd Principe, succeeded by his son.
24. Conte John IV Constantine Chapelle Paleologo, (d. 2016), 11th Conte Wzzini Paleologo, 24th Principe, succeeded by his son.
25. Conte Jean V Pierre Chapelle Paleologo, (1975-, 12th Conte Wzzini Paleologo, 25th Principe.
 
 
Despot of Selimbria succession:
21. Nobile Oliver Borg Olivier de Puget Paleologo, (1939), 21st Despot (Principe) of Despot, succeeded by his son.
22. Nobile Dr Joseph Borg Olivier de Puget Paleologo LLD, (d. 1974), 22nd Despot (Principe)succeeded by his son.
23. Nobile Dr Albert Borg Olivier de Puget Paleologo LLD, (d. 2017), 23rd Despot (Principe)succeeded by his cousin.
 
 
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