Barone Rapa, 1453.
Last Update: 26-05-2022.
Granted to: Notary Salvo Rapa, Jurat 1453, 1459.
By: Alfonso I, King of Sicily and Malta
On: 1453 in Messina.
With Remainder to: His descendants by feudal tenure (Jure Francorum) in perpetuity.
List of Title holders: 
1. Notary Salvo Rapa, 1st Barone, succeeded by his son.
2. Nobile Antonio Rapa, 2nd Barone, (c. 1522), succeeded by his son.
3. Nobile Giovanni Rapa, 3rd Barone, succeeded by his daughter.
4. Nobile Ascania Rapa Nicolaci, 4th Baronessa, succeeded by his daughter.
5. Nobile Petruccia Nicolaci Rapa, 5th Baronessa, succeeded by his son.
6. Nobile Don Gio Maria Nicolaci Rapa, 6th Barone, succeeded by his niece.
7. Nobile Marianna Azopardi Rapa Formosa, 7th Baronessa, succeeded by her son.
8. Dr Gio Domenico Formosa JUD, 8th Barone Rapa, (c. 1648), succeeded by his son.
9. Dr Simone Formosa JUD, 9th Barone Rapa, (c. 1673), succeeded by his son.
10. Dr Angelo Martino Formosa JUD, 10th Barone Rapa, (c. 1710), succeeded by his son.
11. Ignazio Formosa, 11th Barone Rapa, 5th Barone di San Giovanni, (c. 1725), succeeded by his daughter.
12. Elisabetta Formosa, 12th Baronessa Rapa, 6th Baronessa di San Giovanni, (c. 1749), succeeded by his son.
13. Michele Angelo Cutajar, 13th Barone Rapa, 7th Barone di San Giovanni, (c. 1770), succeeded by his daughter.
14. Maria Cutajar, 14th Baronessa Rapa, 8th Baroness di San Giovanni, (c. 1802), succeeded by her daughter.
15. Rosaria Mifsud, 15th Baronessa Rapa, 9th Baroness di San Giovanni, (c. 1830), succeeded by her son.
16. Vincenzo Giuseppe Mariano Paolo Salvatore Buhagiar, 16th Barone Rapa, 10th Barone di San Giovanni, (c. 1880), dormant.
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