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Russian Order of St John of Malta Maltese emigres.
 
This chamber was formed on the creation of titles by Tsar Paul I of Russia 1799 to be governed under the Order of St John of Malta in Russia. This chamber was of those and their descendants with the expectation of those titled and serving as a Knight of the Russian Order of St John.
On 1798 following Napoleon's taking of Malta, the Order of Malta (Order of St John of Jerusalem) was dispersed, but with a large number of refugee Knights sheltering in St Petersburg, where they elected the Russian Emperor, Paul I as their Grand Master - a rival Grand Master to Ferdinand Hompesch then held in disgrace. Hompesch abdicated in 1799 leaving Paul as the only Grand Master. 
When Tsar Paul I of Russia had succeeded as Grand Master of Malta, a group of Maltese whom closely connected to the established Nobility had travelled with Conte Litta to St Petersburg to support and unite the Order. For this the following were carried Nobility under the Russian Empire, Knights of St John of Malta and the Imperial Order of St George.
Note: Information provided is translated from the Russian descendants former website (in Russian) and direct contact.
Last Update: 03-10-2022.
 
 Count Apapov of the Russian Empire (cr: Jan 1799); extinct 1918.
1. Michele Apap, (d. 1814), created Count Apap and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Count Paul Apapov, (1785-1836), 2nd Count, 7th Presient of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Count Michael II Apapov, (1815-1854), 3rd Count, Knight Professed of St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his brother.
4. Count John Apapov, (1817-1875), 4th Count, succeeded by his son.
5. Count Paul II Apapov, (1861-1885), 5th Count, Knight Professed of St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his cousin.
6. Count Philip Apapov, (1829-1886), 6th Count, succeeded by his son.
7. Count Albino Apapov, (1864-1918), 7th and last Count, Knight Professed of St John of Malta in Russia. Title became Extinct in 1918.
 
Genealogy:
Albino Apap Ducoss, Giurato in Malta, and Captain of the Reggimento di Fanteria di Mdina married (1) 1719 Noble Grazia Vassallo (Daughter of Noble Aloiseo and Eufemia), married (2) 1756 at Valletta to Orsola Grech.
2. Michele Apap,  (d. 1814), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Count Apap and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1781 to Deodata Carbott., with issue.
2.1.   Count Paul Apapov, 2nd Count, (1785-1836), 2nd Count, 7th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Commerce., married 1812 to Baroness Tatiana Brunov, with issue.
2.1.1. Count Michele Apapov, 3rd Count, (1815-54), 3rd Count, Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
2.2.2. Count John Apapov, 4th Count, (1817-75), 4th Count, married 1856 to Baroness Charlotte Saidov, with issue.
2.2.2.1. Count Paul Apapov, 5th Count, (1861-85), 5th Count, Knight of St John of Malta in Russia., dunm.
2.2.3. Countess Anastasia Apapov, (1819-), married 1840 to Count Paul Saidov.
2.3. Count John Apapov, (1786-1852), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
2.4. Countess Angela Apapov, (1788-), married 1806 to Prince Michele Sceberrasky.
2.5. Count Saviour Apapov, (1792-1849), married 1825 to Baroness Stefania Saidov, with issue.
2.5.1. Count Philip Apapov, 6th Count, (1829-86), married 1862 to Countess Maria Galeaov, with issue.
2.5.1.1. Count Albino Apapov, 7th and Last Count, (1864-1918), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia
2.5.1.2. Countess Antonia Apapov, (1867-1931), married to Duke Leon Apapov.
2.5.1.3. Countess Aloisea Apapov, (1869-1938), married 1887 to Prince Michele Sceberrasky.
2.5.1.4. Count Antonio Apapov, (1873-97).Knight of St John of Malta in Russia
2.5.2. Countess Maria Apapov, (1831-), married 1860 to Capt. Nicholas Apraxin.
3. Andrea Apap, (d. 1823), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Baron Apap and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, 8th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility ,  married 1795 to Eugenia Bonici., with issue.
4. Aloiseo Apap, (d. 1838), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Duke Apap and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1785 to Maria Carabott., with issue
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-           Prince Sceberraski of the Russian Empire (cr: Jan 1799); Extinct 1959.
1. Nobile Michele Sceberras Testaferrata, (1762-1832), recognised as Freiherr von Cicciano in the Kingdom of Bavaria, created 1799 as Prince and created Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Prince Michele II Sceberrasky, (1807-1849), 2nd Prince Sceberrasky, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Prince Andre Sceberrasky, (1832-1843), 3rd Prince, Grand Prior and Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his brother.
4. Prince Nicholas Sceberrasky, (1835-1895), 4th Prince, Knight Professed of St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his nephew.
5. Prince Michele III Sceberrasky, (1865-1919), 5th Prince22nd President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, succeeded by his brother.
6. Prince Andre II Sceberrasky, (1867-1938), 6th Prince, succeeded by his brother.
7. Prince Casimir Sceberrasky, (1871-1959), 7th and last Prince, Title became Extinct in 1959.
 
Genealogy:
Pasquale Sceberras Testaferrata, (1735-1812), 12th Baron of Castel Cicciano, married 1755 to Lucrezia Dorell, with issue 
1. Michele Sceberras Testaferrata, (1762-1832). (1828: R ecognised as Baron (Freiherr) von Cicciano and Baron (Freiherr) von Sceberras by the King of Bavaria), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Prince Sceberras Testaferrata and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta., married 1806 St Petersburg Russia to Countess Angela Apapov, with issue.
1.1. Prince Michele Sceberrasky, (1807-49)2nd Prince, married 1830 to Baroness Marie Gauciski, with issue.
1.1.1. Prince Andre Sceberrasky 3rd Prince, (1832-54), Grand Prior and Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
1.1.2. Prince Nicholas Sceberrasky, 4th Prince, (1835-95), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
1.1.3. Prince Paul Sceberrasky, (1838-89), married 1862 to Princess Angela Sceberrasky, with issue.
1.1.3.1. Prince Michele Sceberrasky, 5th Prince, (1865-1919 Vaucluse France), 22nd President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility., married 1887 to Countess Aloisea Apapov, with issue.
1.1.3.1.1. Princess Angela Sceberrasky, (1894- 1902), dunm.
1.1.3.2. Prince Andre Sceberrasky, 6th Prince, (1867-1938 Vaucluse France), married (1) 1885 to Duchess Catherine Testaferratasky, married (2) 1889 to Baroness Louisa Saidov, with issue.
1.1.3.2.1. (First marriage) Princess Aloise Sceberrasky, (1887-, married 1920 to Baron Grigor Balbisky.
1.1.3.2.2. (Second marriage) Princess Nathalie Sceberrasky, (1894-., married 1918 to Nikolai Loukache.
1.1.3.2.3. Princess Tatiana Sceberrasky, (1896- 1917), dunm.
1.1.3.2.4. Princess Nicola Sceberrasky, (1897- 1965), , married to Baron Paul von Seefeldt
1.1.3.2.5. Princess Leonora Sceberrasky, (1899- 1954), dunm.
1.1.3.3. Princess Marie Sceberrasky, (1868-), married 1891 to Hermann von Castelli, with issue.
1.1.3.4. Prince Casimir Sceberrasky, 7th and Last Prince, (1871-1959), Last Grand Prior and Knight of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia., dunm.
1.2. Prince Andre Sceberrasky, (1809- 63), married 1830 to Princess Antonia Testaferratasky, with issue.
1.2.1. Princess Angela Sceberrasky, (1835-), married to Prince Paul Sceberrasky.
1.2.2. Princess Tatiana Sceberrasky, (1836-), ‘Nun’, dunm.
1.2.3. Princess Olga Sceberrasky, (1839-), married 1864 to a Baron Sebastian Sobiesky.
1.2.4. Prince Michele Sceberrasky, (1842-1915), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia., dunm.
1.3. Princess Aloisea Sceberrasky, (1812-), married 1830 to Count Nicholas Carabottsky.
1.4. Princess Elena Sceberrasky, (1815-), married 1835 to Count Ivan Galeaov.
1.5. Prince Casimir Sceberrasky, (1821-1918), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
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-           Marquis Preziosiki of the Russian Empire (cr Jan 1799); extinct 1859.
1. Conte Tommaso Preziosi, (1776-1842), created Marquis Preziosi and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Conte Vasili Preziosisky, (1802-1853), 2nd Marquis, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Conte Tommaso II Preziosisky, (1825-1859), 3rd Marquis, Grand Prior and Knight Professed of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his uncle.
4. Conte Tommaso III Preziosisky, (1811-1865), 4th and Last Marquis, Knight Professed of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia, title become Extinct in 1865.
 
Genealogy:
Giuseppe Preziosi, Received the 'Tuscan' Letters of Marque., Knight of St Mark of Venice, 1st Count Preziosi, (Cr:1718), (From Corsica, settled with several brothers and cousins as a base of their Merchant Trade to the Black Sea and other parts); Married Thirdly 1714 at San Domenico Chapel, Malta to Rosalia Bonamico (Daughter of Gio Franco and Ursola Cangialanza), with issue. 
1. (First Marriage) Contessa Fortunata Preziosi, 'Nun', dunm.
2. Conte Fra. Antonio Preziosi, Knight of the Order of St. John., dunm 1788..
3. (Second Marriage) Contessa Maria Persia Preziosi, 'Nun', dunm.
4.(Third Marriage) Conte Gio Francesco Preziosi, listed as '2nd' ius feudale francorum but recte: 3rd (see above) (Also recte: joint 2nd Conte Preziosi ius feudale longobardum), married Firstly 4th Feb 1738 at San Domenico Chapel to Elena Grech-Balzan, married Secondly 1757 to Rosa Grioli, with issue 
6.  (Third Marriage) Carlo Preziosi, married 1750 to Maria Anna Preziosi (See Above), with issue 
6.1. Martino Preziosi, Commander of the Order of St John's Fleet, married 1770 to Donna Anna Maria dei Marchesi Testaferrata Vassallo , with issue.
6.1.1. Carlo Antonio Preziosi, (1771-1836), married 1822 to Laura Mallia Tabone dei Marchesi di Fiddien, with issue.
6.1.1.1. Martino Preziosi, (1824-)., married 1840 to Patrzia Alessi dei Marchesi di Taflia, with issue.
6.1.1.2. Antonio Preziosi, (1826-)., married 1842 to Anna Ferdinanda Alessi dei Marchesi di Taflia.
6.1.1.3. Georgina Preziosi, (1827-)., married 1845 to Don  Giorgio Peleri, with issue.
6.1.1.4. Henrietta Preziosi, (1831-), “Nun”, dunm.
6.1.2. Giuseppe Preziosi, (1774-1822), married 1820 to Elizabetta Viani Tomasi dei Baroni di Tabria., with issue.
6.1.2.1. Carlino Preziosi, (1822-77), married 1853 to Marie Xerrisky., with issue.
6.1.3. Tommaso Preziosi, (1776-1842), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Marquis Preziosi and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 to Princess Dimitra Obolensky, with issue.
6.1.3.1.  Marquis Vasili Preziosisky, 2nd Marquis, (1802-53), married 1823 to Countess Tatiana Panin, with issue.
6.1.3.1.1. Marquis Tommaso Preziosisky, 3rd Marquis, (1825-59), Grand Prior of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia, dunmL.
6.1.3.1.1.1. (Mistress was Nathalie Grigoriovsky) Ignor Preziosisky, (1856-1919), Created Baron of the Russia Empire 1880, married 1881 to Princess Nathalie Kemsky, with issue.
6.1.3.1.1.1.1. Baron Tommaso Preziosky, 2nd and Last Baron, (1882-1959),  President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile., fled to France, married 1905 to Princess Marie Olga Kemsky, with issue.
6.1.3.1.1.1.1.1. Baroness Nathalie Preziosky, (1908-, dunm.
6.1.3.1.1.1.1.2. Baroness Aloise Preziosky, (1911-, married 1935 to Baron Edgar Desierov.
6.1.3.1.1.1.1.3. Baroness Elizabetta Preziosky, (1916-. married 1938 to Baron Alexis Saidov.
6.1.3.1.1.1.2. Baroness Catherine Preziosky, (1886-), married 1910 to Prince Zialov.
6.1.3.1.1.1.3. Baron Grigor Preziosky, (1889-1918), dunm.
6.1.3.1.2. Marchioness Dimitra Preziosisky, (1828-), married 1858 to Baron Andre Apapov.
6.1.3.1.3. Marchioness Caterina Preziosisky, (1831-), married 1860 to Baron Giuseppe Saidov.
6.1.3.1.4. Marquis Fedele Preziosisky, (1832-58), Knight of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
6.1.3.2. Marchioness Anastasia Preziosisky, (1805-), married 1821 to Baron Alexis Saidov.
6.1.3.3. Marchioness Tatiana Preziosisky, (1809-), married 1830 to Duke Paul Delicatasky.
6.1.3.4. Marquis Tommaso Preziosisky 4th and Last Marquis, (1811-65), Knight of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.

 

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       Count Galeaov of the Russian Empire (cr Jan 1799); extinct 1946.
1. Nobile Salvatore Galea Ferriol dei Baroni di San Marciano, (d. 1813), created Count in 1799, Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Count Nicholas Galeaov, (1800-1879), 2nd Count, 16th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, siucceeded by his nephew.
3. Count Salvatore II Galeaov, (1830-1899), 3rd Count, Knight Professed of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded his cousin.
4. Count Nicholas Paul Galeaov, (1838-1919), 4th Count, 23rd Presidenti of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, succeeded by his son.
5. Count Ivan Galeaov, (1862-1946), 5th and Last Count, Title became Extinct in 1946.
 
Genealogy:
 
 Lorenzo Galea Feriol, 3rd Baron of San Marciano, Married 1737 to Angelica Rosa Saliba Manduca, with issue. 
5. Salvatore Galea Ferriol., (d. 1813). Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Count Galea and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, Became a Russian Citizen and changed his surname to Galeaov., Married  1799 at Petersburg , Russia to HH, Princess Catherine Troubetzkoy, with issue.
5.1. Nicholas Galeaov, (1800-79), 2nd Count Galeaov, 2nd, 9th and 16th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility., married 1821 St Petersburg, Russia to Countess Anastasia Gauciski, dsp.
5.2. Countess Marie Galeaov, (1803-), married 1822 St Petersburg Russia to Duke Andre Delicatasky.
5.3. Count Fedor Galeaov, (1806-59), married 1828 St Petersburg Russia to Duchess Maria Leonora Testaferratasky., with issue.
5.3.1. Count Salvatore Galeaov, (1830-99), 3rd Count, Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
5.3.2. Countess Catherine Galeaov, (1834-), married 1863 to Count Marc’Antonio Carabottsky.
5.3.3. Countess Marie Galeaov, (1837-), married 1862 to Count Phillip Apapov.
5.3.4. Countess Tatiana Galeaov, (1841-), married 1863 to Count Paul Carabottsky.
5.4. Count Ivan Galeaov, (1809-98), married 1835 St Petersburg Russia to Princess Elena Sceberrasky, with issue.
5.4.1. Count NicholasPaul Galeaov, 4th Count, (1838-1919), 23rd President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, married 1860 to Countess Irene Carabottsky., with issue.
5.4.1.1. Count Ivan Galeaov, 5th and Last Count, (1862-1946), fled to Finland., 1893 to Duchess Antonia Delicatasky, married with issue.
5.4.1.1.1. Countess Nicola Galeaov, (1895-1952)., dunm.
5.4.1.1.2. Countess Fedora Galeaov, (1897-1944)., married 1922 to Alexei Pashkine.
5.4.1.1.3. Countess Stephanie Galeaov., (1899-1925), married 1924 to Paul Nicolaiev, with issue.
5.4.1.1.3.1. Antonia Nicolaiev, (1931-, married 1965 to Baron Tommaso Palmen.
5.5. Count Salvatore Galeaov, (1811-57), Knight of the St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
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-           Count Gauciski of the Russian Empire (cr Jan 1799); extinct 1893.
1. Carmelo Gauci, (1769-1823), created Count in 1799, Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Count Carmelo Gaucisky, (1803-1893), 2nd and Last Count, 18th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, Title become Extinct in 1893.
 
Genealogy:
Dr Gio Nicola Gauci-Apap (c 1691-1767) married 1715 to Modesta Cuschieri Gatt, with issue.
1. Francesco Gauci, Baron Gauci (cr: 1781 for life) Capitano della Verga (r 1799-1800), married 1762 to Antonia Ducoss, with issue.
2. Dr Guis Adriano Gauci ( 1732-91), married 1769 to Lunegunde Azopardi dei Baroni di Buleben, with issue
3. Capt Guiseppe Gauci Kt , married (1) 1764 at Messina, Sicily to Paolina Angelica Costanza dei Duchi di Paganica, married (2) 1771 Messina, Sicily to Contessa Carolina Gualtieri, 4th Countess of Dundee, (1741-1812 Mosta, Malta)., with issue
3.1. (First Marriage) Grazia Gauci, married 1785 Cav. Guiseppe Micallef, (executed by Napoleon in Malta in 1799), with issue.
3.2. Carmelo Gauci, (1769-1823), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Count Gauci and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, Became a Russian Citizen and changed his surname to Gaucisky., married 1799 to Countess Alexia Orlov, with issue.
3.2.1. Countess Anastasia Gaucisky, (1800-), married to 1821 to Count Nicholas Galeaov.
3.2.2. Count Carmelo Gaucisky, (1803-93)2nd and last Count, 18th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, married 1825 to Countess Constantina Carabottsky, with issue.
3.2.2.1.    Countess Alexia Gaucisky, (1827-), married 1861 to Duke Michele Apapov.
3.2.2.2. Countess Caroline Gaucisky, (1830-), married to Prince Louis Gauciov. (See Below)
3.2.3. Count Giovanni Gaucisky, (1805-93), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
3.3. Alessandro Gauci, (1767-1811), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Baron Gauci and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta., married 1799 to HH Princess Tatiana Yussupov, with issue.
3.4. Claire Gauci., ‘Nun’, dunm 1825.
3.5. (Second Marriage) Ludovico Gauci-Gualtieri, (1772-1819), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Prince Gauci and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, 1st President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, married 1799 to Countess Stephanie Tatistcheff, with issue.
3.6. Louisa Gauci-Gualtieri, (1775-1846), ‘Nun’, dunm.
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-           Baron Callejov of the Russian Empire (cr Jan 1799); currently in use.
1. Nobile Domenico I Calleja dei Baroni di San Cosimo, (1751-1800), created Baron 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded b his eldest son.
2. Baron Angelo II Calleja, (1800-1836), 2nd Baron, succeeded by his brother.
3. Baron Charles I Callejasky, (1801-1859), 3rd Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
4. Baron Domenico II Callejasky, (1829-1871), 4th Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
5. Baron Domenico III Callejasky, (1865-1905), 5th Baron, Knight Professed of St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his brother.
6. Baron Charles II Callejasky, (1868-1942), 6th Baron, President of the Chamber of Nobility in exile, succeeded by his eldest son.
7. Baron Domenico IV Callejasky, (1896-1943), 7th Baron, succeeded by his eldest soni.
8. Baron Charles III Callejasky, (1927-1972), 8th Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
9. Baron Ugolino Callejasky, (1953-1999), 9th Baron, President of the Chamber of Nobility in exile, succeed by his son.
10. Baron Jan Callejasky, (1975-), 10th and current Baron. His heir is his first cousin, Baron Dimitri Callejasky.
 
Genealogy:
 
Arcangelo Calleja, married 1739 to Domencia Camilleri, with issue
1. Dr Ugolino Calleja, JUD. (Cr:1792) Baron di San Cosimo. Married Angelica Bigeni, and dsp.
2. Domenico I Calleja, (1751-1800), migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Baron Callejov and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 to Countess Alexia von Browne., with issue.
2.1. Baron Angelo II Callejasky, 2nd Baron, (1800-36), married 1823 to Baroness Sophia von Troil, with issue.
2.1.1. Baroness Domenica Callejasky, (1825-), married 1853 to Baron Giovanni Desierov.
2.1.2. Baroness Sophia Callejasky, (1827-), married 1850 to Baron Giorgio Balbisky.
2.1.3. Baroness Marie Callejasky, (1829-), married 1860 to Prince Nicola Axacov.
2.2. Baron Charles I Callejasky, 3rd Baron, (1801-59), married 1826 to Baroness Catherina Molander, with issue.
2.2.1. Baron Domenico II Callejasky, 4th Baron, (1829-71), married 1862 to Baroness Olga Testaferratasky., with issue.
2.2.1.1. Baroness Alexandra Callejasky, (1864-), married 1885 to Count Suchodolski.
2.2.1.2. Baroness Dimitra Callejasky, (1865-), married 1887 to Baron Samoyski.
2.2.1.3. Baron Domenico III Callejasky, 5th Baron, (1865-1905), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia., dunm
2.2.1.4. Baron Charles II Callejasky, 6th Baron, (1868-1942), President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile., married 1893 to Baroness Sophia Samoyski, with issue.
2.2.1.4.1. Baron Domenico IV Callejasky, 7th Baron, (1896-1943), fled to Finland, married 1922 to Countess Ignora Rehbinder, with issue.
2.2.1.4.1.1. Baron Charles III Callejasky, 8th Baron, (1927-72), married  1950 to Baroness Olga Saidov, with issue.
2.2.1.4.1.1.1. Baron Ugolino I Callejasky, 9th Baron, (1953-99), President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile., married  1972 to Tatiana Grimaov, with issue.
2.2.1.4.1.1.1.1. Baron Jan I Callejasky, 10th Baron, (1975-, married 2008 to Princess Carla Xuerebsky, with issue.
2.2.1.4.1.1.1.1.1. Baroness Olga Callejasky, (2009-.
2.2.1.4.1.1.1.1.2. Baroness Sophie Callejasky, (2011-.
2.2.1.4.1.1.1.1.3. Baroness Tatiana Callejasky, (2013 -.
2.2.1.4.1.2. Baron Dimtri Callejasky, (1936-2012)., married 2010 St Petersburgh Russia to Baroness Charlotte Desierov, with issue.
2.2.1.4.1.2.1. Baron Dimitri Callejasky, (2011-, Heir to his kinsman.
2.2.1.4.1.3. Baroness Vincenza Calleajsky, (1940- , married 1964 to Chev Anton Grimaov.
2.2.1.4.2. Baron John Callejasky, (1899-1962), fled to Finland, married 1925 to Countess Alexandra Rehbinder,  with issue.
2.2.1.4.2.1. Baron Jean Callejasky, (1929- 2010)., married 1954 to Princess Lavina Xuerebsky, with issue.
2.2.1.4.2.1.1. Baron Enrico Callejasky, (1957-., married 1985 to Octavia Grimaov, with issue.
2.2.1.4.2.1.1.1. Baron Kristian Callejasky, (1986-., married 2010 St Petersburgh Russia to Baroness Tatiana Saidov, with issue.
2.2.1.4.2.1.1.1.1. (from Stefanie Simpson). Clark Callejasky, (2002-.
2.2.1.4.2.1.1.1.2. Baroness Alexandria Callejasky, (2012 -.
2.2.1.4.2.1.1.1.3. Baroness Olga Callejasky, (2014-.
2.2.1.4.2.1.1.2. Baroness Patricia Callejasky, (1990-, married 2010 St Petersburgh Russia to Count Nat Isouardov.
2.2.1.4.2.1.2. Baron Stephen Callejasky, (1963-., married  2000 to Maria Armfelt (great grand daughter of Baroness Marie Callejasky), with issue.
2.2.1.4.2.1.2.1. Baron George Callejasky, (2003-.
2.2.1.4.2.1.2.2. Baron Nick Callejasky, (2006-.
2.2.1.4.3. Baroness Marie Callejasky, (1902- 2000), married 1920 to Baron Armfelt.
2.2.2. Baron Angelo Callejasky, (1831-85), Knight of Malta in Russia., dunm.
 
-           Count Carbottski of the Russian Empire (cr: Feb 1799); extinct 1960.
1. Marc'Antoin Carbott, (1747-1803), created Count Carbott in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his son.
2. Count Alexis Carbottsky, (1801-1894), 2nd Count, Knight Professed of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his nephew.
3. Count Marc'Antonio II Carbottsky, (1833-1899), 3rd Count, 21st President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, succeeded by his son.
4. Count Antoine Carbottsky, (1865-1926), 4th Count, President of the Russian Maltese chamber of Nobility in Exile, succeeded by his brother.
5. Count Mark Carbottsky, (1868-1960), 5th and last Count, Title became extinct in 1960.
 
Genealogy:
 
Dr Gaspare Carbott Testaferrata, married 1734 to Caterina Ghaxaq d'Avola, with issue
1. Deodata Carbott, married 1781 to Michele Apap.
2. Maria Carbott, married 1785 to Aloiseo Apap.
3. Gio Paolo Carbott, 'Priest', dunm.
4. Marc’Antonio Carbott (1747-1803), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Count Carbott and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 to Countess Irene Mussin-Pushkin, with issue.
4.1. Count Alexis Carabottsky, (1801-94), 2nd Count, Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
4.2. Countess Antonia Carabottsky, (1803-), married 1823 to Baron Grigori Gaucisky.
4.3. Countess Costantina Carabottsky, (1805-), married 1825 to Count Carmelo Gauciski.
4.4. Count Antoine Carabottsky, (1807-68), married 1830 to Princess Aloisea Sceberrasky, with issue.
4.4.1. Count Marc Antonio Carabottsky, 3rd Count, (1833-99), 21st President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, married 1863 to Countess Catherine Galeaov, with issue.
4.4.1.1. Count Antoine Carabottsky, 4th Count, (1865-1926), President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile., fled to France, married 1880 to Princess Marie Mamine, with issue.
4.4.1.1.1. Countess Catherine Carabottsky, (1882-, married 1900 to Prince ALessandro Damatov.
4.4.1.1.2. Countess Leonore Carabottsky, (1885-, married 1915 to Prince Paul Xuerebsky.
4.4.1.1.3. Countess Davida Carabottsky, (1886-., dunm.
4.4.1.1.4. Countess Marie Carabottsky, (1889-, dunm..
4.4.1.1.5. Countess Tatiana Carabottsky, (1892-. dunm.
4.4.1.2. Count Carlos Carabottsky, (1866-1923), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , fled to France, dunm.
4.4.1.3. Count Mark Carabottsky, 5th and Last Count, (1868-1960), Stayed in Russia, married 1892 to Princess Sophia Yaouchev, with issue
4.4.1.3.1. Countess Henrietta Carabottsky, ( 1895- 1965)., 'Nun', dunm .
4.4.1.4. Countess Catherine Carabottsky, (1870-), married 1894 to Prince Nicholas Kostrov.
4.4.2. Countess Irene Carabottsky, (1836-), married 1860 to Count Nicholas Paul Galeaov.
4.4.3. Count Alexis Carabottsky, (1837-), married 1860 to Marchioness Sophia Fourniersky., with issue.
4.4.3.1. Count George Carabottsky, (1862-98), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
4.4.3.2. Countess Aloisea Carabottsky, (1865-), married 1886 to Prince Enrico Diveiev.
4.4.3.3. Count Tristian Carabottsky, (1865-1918), married 1893 to Princess Andrea Baiovchev.
4.4.4. Count Nicholas Carabottsky, (1840-1928), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia., dunm.
4.4.5. Countess Tatiana Carabottsky, (1834-), married to Baron Grigor Agiusky.
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-           Baron Gauciski of the Russian Empire (cr Feb 1799); extinct 1941.
1. Alessandro Gauci, (1767-1811), created Baron in 1799, Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Baron Grigor Gauciski, (1800-1869), 2nd Baron, 10th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Baron Alexandri II Gauciski, (1825-1879), 3rd Baron, 17th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, .succeeded by his eldest son.
4. Baron Grigor II Gauciski, (1860-1884), 4th Baron, succeeded by his eldest brother.
5. Baron Alessandre III Gauciski, (1862-1888), 5th Baron, succeeded by his eldest brother.
6. Baron Nicolai Gauciski, (1865-1889), 6th Baron, succeeded by his eldest brother.
7. Baron Paul Gauciski, (1866-1919), 7th Baron, succeeded by his son.
8. Baron Ivan Gauciski, (1918-1922), 8th Baron, succeeded by his kinsman.
9. Baron Paul II Gauciski, (1866-1941), 9th and Last Baron, Title become Extinct in 1941.
 
Genealogy:
 
Dr Gio Nicola Gauci-Apap (c 1691-1767) married 1715 to Modesta Cuschieri Gatt, with issue.
1. Francesco Gauci, Baron Gauci (cr: 1781 for life) Capitano della Verga (r 1799-1800), married 1762 to Antonia Ducoss, with issue.
2. Dr Guis Adriano Gauci ( 1732-91), married 1769 to Lunegunde Azopardi dei Baroni di Buleben, with issue
3. Capt Guiseppe Gauci Kt , married (1) 1764 at Messina, Sicily to Paolina Angelica Costanza dei Duchi di Paganica, married (2) 1771 Messina, Sicily to Contessa Carolina Gualtieri, 4th Countess of Dundee, (1741-1812 Mosta, Malta)., with issue
3.1. (First Marriage) Grazia Gauci, married 1785 Cav. Guiseppe Micallef, (executed by Napoleon in Malta in 1799), with issue.
3.2. Carmelo Gauci, (1769-1823), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Count Gauci and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, Became a Russian Citizen and changed his surname to Gaucisky., married 1799 to Countess Alexia Orlov, with issue.
3.3. Alessandro Gauci, (1767-1811), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Baron Gauci and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta., married 1799 to HH Princess Tatiana Yussupov, with issue.
3.3.1. Baron Grigor Gauciski, (1800-69), 2nd Baron, 10th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, married 1823 to Countess Antonia Carbottsky, with issue.
3.3.1.1. Baron Alexandri Gauciski, (1825-79), 3rd Baron, 17th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, married to Baroness Tatiana Gauciski, with issue.
3.3.1.1.1. Baron Grigor Gauciski, (1860-84), 4th Baron, dunm.
3.3.1.1.2. Baron Alessandre Gauciski, (1862-1888), 5th Baron, dunm.
3.3.1.1.3. Baron Nicolai Gauciski, (1865-1889), 6th Baron, dunm
3.3.1.1.4. Baron Paul Gauciski, (1866-1919), 7th Baron, married 1917 to Princess Xenia Gauciov, with issue.
3.3.1.1.4.1. Baron Ivan Gauciski, (1918-1922), 8th Baron, dunm.
3.3.1.1.4.2. Baroness Tatiana Gauciski, (1919-64), married 1949 to Baron Teodoro Mielov.
3.3.1.2. Baron Nicholas Gauciski, (1827-85), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
3.3.2. Baron Vladimir Gauciski, (1803-86), married 1825 to Countess Leonora Buxhoeveden, with issue.
3.3.2.1. Baroness Tatiana Gaucisky, (1828-), married (her Cousin) Baron Alexandri Gauciski.
3.3.2.2. Baroness Olga Gaucisky, (1831-), married (her cousin) Baron Nicholas Gauciski.
3.3.3. Baron Paul Gauciski, (1806-52), married 1827 to Countess Olga Poustochkine, with issue.
3.3.3.1. Baron Nicholas Gauciski, (1833-98), married to Baroness Olga Gauciski., with issue.
3.3.3.1.1. Countess Olga Gauciski, (1865-., married 1891 to Duke Paul Delicatasky.
3.3.3.1.2. Countess Nathalie Gauciski., (1869-., married 1890 to Duke Simon Delicatasky.
3.3.3.2. Baron Giorgio Gauciski, (1835-73), married 1862 to Duchess Eugenia Apapov, with issue.
3.3.3.2.1. Baron Paul Gauciski, 9th and last Baron, (1866-1941)., Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
3.3.3.3. Baron Christos Gauciski, (1837-1915), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
3.3.4. Baroness Maria Gauciski, (1810-), married 1830 to Prince Michele Sceberrasky.
3.4. Claire Gauci., ‘Nun’, dunm 1825.
3.5. (Second Marriage) Ludovico Gauci-Gualtieri, (1772-1819), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Prince Gauci and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, 1st President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, married 1799 to Countess Stephanie Tatistcheff, with issue.
 
-           Baron Saidov of the Russian Empire (cr Feb 1799); currently in use.
1. Nobile Giuseppe dei Principi Sayd, (d. 1826), created Baron in 1799, Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his son.
2. Baron Feodor Saidov, (1799-1846), 2nd Baron, succeeded by his son.
3. Baron Joseph II Saidov, (1822-1895), 3rd Baron, 11th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, succeeded by his cousin.
4. Baron Alexis Saidov, (1857-1915), 4th Baron, Knight Professed of the Order of St John of Malta, succeeded by his brother.
5. Baron Gisueppe III Saidov, (1859-1940), 5th Baron, sicceeded by his kinsman.
6. Baron Nicholas Saidov, (1885-1943), 6th Baron, President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile, succeeded by his son.
7. Baron Alexis II Saidov, (1917-1991), 7th Baron, succeeded by his kinsman.
8. Baron Nicholas II Saidov, (1949-2012), 8th Baron, 48th President of the Chamber of Nobility, succeeded his bis eldest son.
9. Baron Paul Saidov, (1985-, 9th and current Baron, his heir is his brother, Baron Joef Saidov.
 
Genealogy;
 
Don Lorenzo Said, Styled 11th Principe de Sayd, 6th Principe di  Bibino Magno (1677 - died c.1770), married 1723 Mosta, Malta to Teresa Xiriha di Cristoforo, (Matro: Not Bart Mangion)
Lorenzo led an interesting life, in the merchant trade. Enjoying countries such as Italy , France , Turkey , Spain and Tunis , his adventures were rewarded with success and survival battling against pirates and Arabs. Eventually retiring back in Malta to marry his long awaiting love, whom he was able to settle down and have a family. Though it is said he had itchy feet, wanting to go back to the seas, with his cousins, (Vassallo) whom he spent much of his travels with. Upon settling down, a man of his late forties, seeing his brothers with maturing children, it was high time to start one of his own.
 
1. Don Gio Maria Sayd, Principe de Sayd.
2. Don Simone Sayd,  married 1756 Mosta,  Malta Celidonia Attard.
3. Don. Lorenzo Sayd, Vice Captiano della Santi 1760-70, married 1759 Mosta,  Malta Grazia Fenech 
3.1. Guiseppe Sayd (died 1826),  Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Baron Sayd and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1797 Mosta, Malta Celidonia Muscat, with issue.
3.1.1. Baron Feodor Saidov, 2nd Baron (1799-1846), married 1820 to Duchess Louisa Delicatasky, with issue.
3.1.1.1. Baron Joseph II Saidov, 3rd Baron (1822-95)11th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility 1949-1854., married 1860 to Marchioness Caterina Preziosisky.,  with issue.
3.1.1.1.1. Baroness Louisa Saidov, (1864 - 1925), married 1889 to Prince Andrei Sceberrasky, with issue..
3.1.1.2. Baroness Stefania Saidov, (1826-), married 1845 to Count Horace Saidov.
3.1.1.3. Baron Giuseppe Saidov, (1828-82), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia., dunm.
3.1.1.4. Baroness Charlotte Saidov, (1829-), married 1856 to Count John Apapov.
3.1.2. Baron Alexis Saidov, (1801-76), married 1821 to Marchioness Anastasia Preziosisky, with issue.
3.1.2.1. Baron Giovanni Saidov, (1824-79), married 1855 to Duchess Tatiana Testaferratasky., with issue.
3.1.2.1.1. Baron Alexis Saidov, 4th Baron (1857-1915), Knight of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
3.1.2.1.2. Baron Giuseppe III Saidov, 5th Baron (1859-1940), fled to Germany, married 1888 to Princess Ingrid Pronsky, with issue.
3.1.2.1.2.1. Baroness Tatiana Saidov, (1890-1956), married 1916 to Baron Nicholas Saidov..
3.1.2.1.2.2. Baroness Celidonia Saidov, (1895-1967), married 1923 to Baron Simon Saidov.
3.1.2.1.3. Baroness Anastasia Saidov, (1860-), married 1879 to Prince Michal Pronsky.
3.1.2.2. Baron Nicholas Saidov, (1826-94), married 1855 to Duchess Aloisea Testaferratasky, with issue.
3.1.2.2.1. Baron Michael Saidov, (1856-1912), married Baroness Sophia Graevenitz, with issue.
3.1.2.2.1.1. Baron Nicholas Saidov, (1889 - 1907), dunm.
3.1.2.2.2. Baron Antoine Saidov, (1857-1926), fled to the  Netherlands, married 1879 to Princess Olga Cantacuzene, with issue.
3.1.2.2.2.1. Baron Nicholas Saidov, 6th Baron (1885-1943), married 1916 to Baroness Tatiana Saidov, with issue.
3.1.2.2.2.1.1. Baron Alexis II Saidov, 7th Baron (1917-91), married 1938 to Baroness Elizabeth Preziosiky, with issue.
3.1.2.2.2.1.1.1. Baroness Tatiana Saidov, (1939-, married 1974 to Chev Vladimir Borgsky.
3.1.2.2.2.1.1.2. Baroness Louisa Saidov, (1942-., "Nun".
3.1.2.2.2.2. Baroness Olga Saidov, (1886-, married 1910 to Chev Baldassare Borgsky.
3.1.2.2.2.3. Baroness Louisa Saidov, (1889-, married 1912 to Alexander Loukache.
3.1.2.2.2.4. Baroness Marie Saidov, (1892-, married 1923 to Chev Michel Grimaov.
3.1.2.2.3. Baroness Tatiana Saidov, (1859-), married 1885 to Prince Manuzzi.
3.1.2.2.4. Baroness Marie Saidov, (1862-), married to Baron von Taube.
3.1.2.2.5. Baron Joseph Saidov, (1865-1939), fled to the  Netherlands, married to Baroness Tatiana von Taube, with issue.
3.1.2.2.5.1. Baron Nicholas Saidov, (1891-1917), dunm.
3.1.2.2.5.2. Baron Simon Saidov, (1895-1937), married 1923 to Baroness Celidonia Saidov, with issue
3.1.2.2.5.2.1. Baron Josef Saidov, (1925-79), married 1947 to Princess Corina Axacov, with issue.
3.1.2.2.5.2.1.1. Baron Nicholas II Saidov, 8th Baron (1949- 2013)., 48th President of the Chamber of Nobility 2009-2013, married 1972 to Sophia Narishkina,  married (2) 1980 to Countess Stefania Saidov, with issue.
3.1.2.2.5.2.1.1.1. (First Marriage) Baroness Celidonia Saidov, (1975-, married 1993 to Baron Nicholas Desierov.
3.1.2.2.5.2.1.1.2. Baroness Marie Saidov, (1979-, married 2010 St Petersburgh Russia to Count Charles Isouardov
3.1.2.2.5.2.1.1.3. (Second Marriage) Baron Paul Saidov, 9th Baron, (1985-, married 2011 to Baroness Elizabeth Damatov, with issue.
3.1.2.2.5.2.1.1.3.1. Baroness Stefania Saidov, (2013-.
3.1.2.2.5.2.1.1.3.2. Baroness Celidonia Saidov, (2016-.
3.1.2.2.5.2.1.1.3.3. Baroness Alexia Saidov, (2019-.
3.1.2.2.5.2.1.1.4. Baron Josef  Saidov,  (1987-,  Heir, married 2011 to Baroness Tatiana Damatov, with issue.
3.1.2.2.5.2.1.1.4.1. Baroness Abigail Saidov, (2013 -.
3.1.2.2.5.2.1.1.4.2. Baroness Corina Saidov, (2013 -.
3.1.2.2.5.2.1.1.4.3. Baroness Chiara Saidov, (2015-.
3.1.2.2.5.2.1.1.4.4. Baron Simon Saidov, (2018-.
3.1.2.2.5.2.1.1.5. Baroness Tatiana Saidov, (1989-., married 2010 St Petersburgh Russia to Baron Kristian Callagesky.
3.1.2.2.5.2.1.2. Baroness Tamara Saidov, (1953-, married 1971 to Gustave Narishkina.
3.1.2.2.5.2.2. Baroness Olga Saidov, (1926- 2013), married 1950 to Baron Charles Callejasky.
3.1.2.2.5.3. Baroness Victorie Saidov, (1893-1971), married 1918 to Casimir Ehrenberg.
3.1.2.2.5.4. Baroness Nathalie Saidov, (1897-1962), married 1919 to Vladimir Isakov.
2.1.2.2.5.5. Baroness Anastasia Saidov, (1900-1995), married 1925 to Ivan Isakov.
3.1.2.3. Baroness Martha Saidov, (1829-), married 1850 to  Prince Nestor Trubetskoy.
3.1.3. Baron Simon Saidov, (1802-95), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
3.1.4. Baroness Catherine Saidov, (1803-), married 1823 to Duke Paul Testaferratasky.
3.1.5. Baroness Stefania Saidov, (1805-), married 1825 to Count Saviour Apapov.
3.2. Francesco Sayd, married 1776  Rabat , Gozo to Angela Spiteri.
3.3. Michele Said, married 1776 Rabat Gozo to Grazia Busuttil.
4. Don Salvatore Sayd (died 1810),  Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Count Sayd and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1777 Mosta, Malta Orazia Gauci, with issue.
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-           Baron Deseriov of the Russian Empire (cr Feb 1799); currently in use.
1. Giovanni I Battista Desiero, (1730-1802), created Baron 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his son.
2. Baron Peter Deseriov, (1801-1862), 2nd Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Baron Giovanni II Deseriov, (1828-1868), 3nd Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
4. Baron Nicolas I Deseriov, (1855-1917), 4th Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
5. Baron John III Deseriov, (1875-1929), 5th Baron, succeeded by his first cousin.
6. Baron Paul Deseriov, (1857-1939), 6th Baron, President of the Chamber of Nobility in exile, succeeded by his son.
7. Baron Nicolas II Deseriov, (1883-1944), 7th Baron, succeeded by his brother.
8. Baron Alexandri Deseriov, (1886-1965), 8th Baron, President of the Chamber of Nobility in exile, succeed by his eldest son.
9. Baron Paul II Deseriov, (1908-1967), 9th Baron, succeed by his brother.
10. Baron Edgar Deseriov, (1910-1968), 10th Baron, succeeded by his brother.
11. Baron Charles Deseriov, (1913-1981),11th Baron, succeeded by his brother.
12. Baron Nicolas III Deseriov, (1916-1982), 12th Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
13. Baron Nicolas IV Deseriov, (1935-1985), 13th Baron, President of the Chamber of Nobility in exile, succeeded by his eldest son.
14. Baron Nicolas V Deseriov, (1961-2003), 14th Baron, succeeded by his son.
15. Baron Nicholas VI Deseriov, (1995-, 15th and current Baron and his son, Nicolas as heir.
 
Genealogy:
 
* Dr. Gio Pio de Piro, JUD. (1670-1752) 1st Baron di Budaq (Cr:1716), 1st Marquis de Piro, (Cr:1742) Married 1693 to Anna Gourgion, with issue, Had issue also from Mistress.
1. Antonio Felicissimo de PiroBaroncino di Budaq, (died 1738), married (2) 1733 to Eleanora Constazo dei Duchi di Paganica, and dsp., Married (1) 1729 to Caterina Dorell and also dsp. Married (3) 1736 to Elena Grech Balsani, with issue. 

2. (illegitimate)
 Guiseppe de Siero “sives De Piro”, married 1722 to Teresa Debono., with issue 
2.3. Giovanni I Battista Desiero, (1730-1802), migrated to Imperia Russia and created Baron Desiero and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 to Baroness Marie Bode-Kolgtcher, with issue.
2.3.1. Baron Peter I Desierov, 2nd Baron, (1801-1862), married 1823 to Countess Marianna Hauke, with issue.
2.3.1.1. Baron Giovanni II Desierov, 3rd Baron, (1828-1868), married 1853 to Baroness Domenica Callejasky, with issue.
2.3.1.1.1. Baron Nicolas I Desierov, 4th Baron, (1855-1917), married 1874 to Baroness Victorie Standertskjold, with issue.
2.3.1.1.1.1. Baron John III Desierov, 5th Baron, (1875-1929), fled to Germany, married 1903 to Baroness Anastasia Standerstskjold, with issue.
2.3.1.1.1.1.1. Baron Nicolas Desierov, (1905-1919), dunm.
2.3.1.1.1.1.2. Baroness Marie Desierov, (1906-1978), married 1930 to Count Alexandew Waleswski.
2.3.1.1.1.2. Baroness Domenica Desierov, (1879-), married 1900 to Baron Rosenkampf, with issue.
2.3.1.1.1.2.1. Baroness Alexias Rosenkampf, (1912-1973), married 1933 to Baron Nicolas Desierov, (see below).
2.3.1.1.2. Baroness Alexias Desiriov, (1858-1893), married 1875 to Count Sakrewski.
2.3.1.1.3. Baroness Marie Desieriov, (1860-), married 1880 to Baron Standerstskjold.
2.3.1.2. Baroness Catherina Desierov, (1831-), married 1854 to Baron John Assenzaov.
2.3.1.3. Baron Nicolas Desierov, (1833-1889), married 1855 to Baroness Marie Agiusky, with issue.
2.3.1.3.1. Baron Paul I Desierov, 6th Baron, (1857-1939), President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exilefled to Sweden, married 1880 to Baroness Marie Mellin, with issue.
2.3.1.3.1.1. Baron Nicolas II Desierov, 7th Baron, (1883-1944), fled to Sweden, married 1905 to Baroness Carolina Palmen, with issue.
2.3.1.3.1.1.1. Baron Paul Desierov, (1909-1929), dunm.
2.3.1.3.1.1.2. Baron Charles Desierov, (1916-1919), dunm.
2.3.1.3.1.1.3. Baroness Marie Desierov, (1914-1967), married 1936 to Baron Paul Desierov, (See below).
2.3.1.3.1.2. Baron Alexandri I Desierov, 8th Baron, (1886-1965), President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile, fled to Sweden, married 1909 to Baroness Henrietta von Bern, with issue.
2.3.1.3.1.2.1. Baron Paul II Desierov, 9th Baron, (1908-1967), married 1936 to Baroness Marie Desierov, (See above), with issue.  
2.3.1.3.1.2.1.1. Baroness Eleanore Desierov, (1938-, married 1960 to Baron Nicolas Desierov.
2.3.1.3.1.2.1.2. Baroness Charlotte Desierov, (1941-, married 2010 to Baron Dimitri Callejasky.
2.3.1.3.1.2.2. Baron Edgar I Desierov., 10th Baron, (1910-68), married  1935 to Baroness Aloise Preziosky, with issue.
2.3.1.3.1.2.2.1. Baroness Alexia Desierov, (1938-2008), "Nun".
2.3.1.3.1.2.3. Baron Charles I Desierov, 11th Baron, (1913-81), married 1935 to Marie Sciovisky, with issue.
2.3.1.3.1.2.3.1. Baroness Tatiana Desierov, (1941-., married 1972 to Count Jacques Isouardov.
2.3.1.3.1.2.3.2. Baroness Patricia Desierov, (1943-., married 1970 to Prince Franco Xuerebsky.
2.3.1.3.1.2.3.3. Baroness Yolanda Desierov, (1947-., married 1992 to Baron Teodoro Mielov.
2.3.1.3.1.2.4. Baron Nicolas III Desierov, 12th Baron, (1916-82), married 1933 to Baroness Alexias Rosenkampf (Cousin), with issue.
2.3.1.3.1.2.4.1. Baron Nicolas IV Desierov, 13th Baron, (1935-85), President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile. , married 1960 to Baroness Eleanore Desierov, with issue.
2.3.1.3.1.2.4.1.1. Baron Nicolas V Desierov, 14th Baron, (1961-2003), married 1993 to Baroness Celidonia Saidov, with issue.
2.3.1.3.1.2.4.1.1.1. Baron Nicholas VI Desierov, 15th Baron(1995-., married 2011 to Princess Henrietta Xuerebsky., with issue.
2.3.1.3.1.2.4.1.1.1.1. Baroness Claire Desierov, (2012-.
2.3.1.3.1.2.4.1.1.1.2. Baroness Celidonia Desierov, (2015-.
2.3.1.3.1.2.4.1.1.1.3. Baroness Nathalie Desierov, (2018-.
2.3.1.3.1.2.4.1.1.1.4. Baron Nicolas VII Desierov, (2020-, Heir.
2.3.1.3.1.2.4.1.1.1.5. Baron Charles Desierov, (2022-.
2.3.1.3.2. Baron Michael Desierov, (1857-1939), married 1880 to Baroness Elvira Mellin, with issue.
2.3.1.3.2.1. Baroness Vitkoria Desierov, (1880-), married 1901 to Baron Guldenstolpe.
2.3.1.3.2.2. Baroness Tatiana Desierov, (1883-), married 1904 to Baron von Haupe.
2.3.1.3.2.3. Baroness Alexandra Desierov, (1886-), married 1910 to Count von Kothen.
2.3.1.3.3. Baroness Antonia Desierov, (1863-), married 1883 to Prince Porius-Yisanpoursky.
2.3.1.3.4. Baroness Domenica Desierov, (1866-), married 1886 to Baron Gonsburg.
2.3.1.4. Baroness Vittoria Desierov, (1836-), married 1855 to Baron Filip Damatski.
2.3.1.5. Baroness Catherine Desierov, (1840-), maried 1840 to Count Jacques Isourdov.
2.3.1.6. Baron Giuseppe Desierov, (1842-1907), Knight of Malta in Russiadunm.
2.3.2. Baroness Antonia Desierov, (1803-), married 1820 to Baron Edoardo von Hahn.
 
 
-           Baron Meliov of the Russian Empire (cr Feb 1799); currently in use.
1. Teodoro Mieli, (1769-1805), created Baron in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia. Succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Baron Teodoro II Mieliov, (1802-1849), 2nd Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Baron Teodoro III Mieliov, (1832-1850), 3rd Baron, succeeded by his uncle.
4. Baron Andre Mieliov, (1804-1878), 4th Baron, succeeded by his son.
5. Baron Teodoro IV Mieliov, (1835-1898), 5th Baron, succeeded by his son.
6. Baron Teodoro V Mieliov, (1857-1898), 6th Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
7. Baron Teodoro VI Mieliov, (1885-1949), 7th Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
8. Baron Teodoro VII Mieliov, (1913-1972), 8th Baron, President of the Chamber of Nobility in exile, succeeded by his son.
9. Baron Teodoro VIII Mieliov, (1951-), 9th and Present Baron, President of the Chamber of Nobility in exile. His heir is his nephew, Baron Teodoro Mielov.
 
Genealogy:
 
1. Maruzzo Meilak, married to Grazia Cassar, with issue.
1.1. Filippo Meilak, married 1717 Vittoriosa to Caterina Sapiano Fiteni, with issue.
1.1.1. Teodoro Mieli., married 1760 Vittoriosa to Rosaria Cassar., with issue.
1.1.1.1.  Filippo Meli., married (1) 1786 to Angela Calleja., married (2) 1794 to Rosaria Mifsud., with issue.
1.1.1.2.  Teodoro I Mieli, (1769-1805), migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Baron Mieliov and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 to Baroness Sophia Marie von Ludinghausen-Wolff, with issue.
1.1.1.2.1. Baron Teodoro II Mieliov, 2nd Baron (1802-49), married 1829 to Countess Ernestina Merkov, with issue.
1.1.1.2.1.1. Baron Teodoro III Mielov, 3rd Baron (1832-50), dunm.
1.1.1.2.2. Baron Andre Mielov, 4th Baron (1804-78), married 1832 to Countess Elizabeth Iviatiouchkine-Wielhorski, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1. Baron Teodoro IV Mielov, 5th Baron (1835-98), married 1855 to Duchess Vittoria Bonnicsky., with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1. Baron Teodoro V Mielov, 6th Baron (1857-98), married (1) 1882 to Princess Dagmar Kourov,  married (2) 1909 to Princess Marie Kourov,  with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1. (First Marriage) Baron Teodoro VI Mielov, 7th Baron (1885-1949), Fled to France.1917 married 1909 to Princess Georgiana Odoevsky, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1.1. Baron Teodoro VII Mielov8th Baron36th President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile 1954-59, (1913-72), married 1949 to Baroness Tatiana Gauciski,  with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1.1.1. Baron Teodoro VIII Mielov, 9th Baron, (1951-. 46th President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile 1999-2004, married 1992 to Baroness Yolanda Desierov, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1.1.1.1. Baroness Nathalie Mielov, (1994-, married 2010 St Petersburgh Russia to Count Russell Isouardov.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1.1.1.2. Baroness Marie Christine Mielov, (1997-.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1.1.2. Baron Andre Mielov, (1955- 2012)., married 1987 to Ursola Grimaov, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1.1.2.1. Baron Teodoro Filippo Mielov, (1990-.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1.1.2.2. Baroness Christine Mielov, (1994-., married 2013 St Petersbugh, Russia to Baron Quenten Damatov.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1.1.3. Baroness Anastasia Mielov, (1957-., married 1979 to Christopher Odoeus, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1.2. Baron Edwin Mielov, (1916-65), married Princess Olga Molojsky, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1.2.1. Baroness Anne Mielov, (1946-, married 1970 to Prince Ivan Molojsky.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1.2.2. Baroness Richilde Mielov, (1948-, married 1972 to John Reynolds.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1.2.3. Baroness Bianca Mielov, (1951-., married 1973 to Nathan Packard.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1.3. Baroness Alice Mielov, (1919-2011), married Prince Odoeusky.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.2. Baroness Elvira Mielov, (1889-1967)., married Prince Youkhotsky.
1.1.1.2.2.1.2. Baroness Antonia Mielov, (1860-1938), married Prince Iaroslavov.
1.1.1.2.2.1.3. Baron Michael Mielov, (1862-1919), married Princess Olga Iaroslavov, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.3.1. Baron Nicolas Mielov, (1890-1947), fled to Prussia, married 1912 to Princess Tatiana Brity-Rostousky, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.3.2. Baron Carol Mielov, (1892-1962), fled to Prussia , married 1915 to Princess Marie Dagmar Chafyrov, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.3.2.1. Baron Michael Mielov, (1917- 45), dunm.
1.1.1.2.2.1.3.2.2. Baron Frederick Mielov, (1919-44), dunm.
1.1.1.2.2.1.3.2.3. Baron George Mielov, (1922-45), dunm.
1.1.1.2.2.1.3.2.4. Baron Davide Mielov, (1924-45), dunm.
1.1.1.2.2.1.3.2.5. Baron Teodoro Mielov, (1929- 2012), married 1970 to Countess Leonora Isouardov, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.3.2.5.1. Baron Carl Mielov, (1973-.
1.1.1.2.2.1.3.2.5.2. Baroness Michele Mielov, (1976-., married 2006 to Chev Carlo Grimaov, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.3.3. Baroness Victoria Mielov, (1898-), married 1918 to Prince Nougorodsky, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.2. Baron Nicolas Mielov, (1837-85), married 1859 to Duchess Catherine Bonnicsky., with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.2.1. Baron Andre Mielov, (1863-99), married 1890 to Princess Catherine Tokmakov, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.2.1.1. Baron Paul Mielov, (1892-1918), dunm.
1.1.1.2.2.2.1.2. Baroness Catherine Mielov, (1895-), married 1915 to Prince Vadbolsky.
1.1.1.2.2.2.2. Baroness Rosaria Mielov, (1866-), married 1884 to Prince Odoevsky.
1.1.1.2.2.3. Baron Gregori Mielov, (1838-1915), Knight of Malta in Russia , dunm.
1.1.1.2.3. Baroness Catherine Mielov, (1807-), married 1825 to Baron Philip Damatov.
1.1.1.2.4. Baron Michael Mielov, (1803-58), Knight of Malta in Russia , dunm.
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-           Count Saidov of the Russian Empire (cr March 1799); extinct 1979.
1. Don Salvatore dei Principi Sayd, (1810), created Count in 1799, Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Count Nicholas Saidov, (1782-1815), 2nd Count, succeeded by his eldest son. .
3. Count Salvatore II Saidov, (1808-1815), 3rd Count, succeeded by his brother
4. Count Horace Saidov, (1810-1895), 4th Count, 13th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Commerce, succeeded by his grandson.
5. Count Horace II Saidov, (1877-1915), 5th Count, succeeded by his brother.
6. Count Anton Saidov, (1881-1919), 6th Count, sicceeded by his kinsman.
7. Count Paul Saidov, (1872-1945), 7th Count, succeeded by his eldest son.
8. Count Tommaso Saidov, (1902-1946), 8th Count, succeeded by his eldest son.
9. Count Paul II Saidov, (1925-1947), 9th Count, succeeded by his uncle.
10. Count Edgar Saidov, (1905-1979), 10th Count, President of the Chamber of Nobility in exile, Title become Extinct.
 
Genealogy;
 
Don Lorenzo Said, Styled 11th Principe de Sayd, 6th Principe di  Bibino Magno (1677 - died c.1770), married 1723 Mosta, Malta to Teresa Xiriha di Cristoforo, (Matro: Not Bart Mangion)
Lorenzo led an interesting life, in the merchant trade. Enjoying countries such as Italy , France , Turkey , Spain and Tunis , his adventures were rewarded with success and survival battling against pirates and Arabs. Eventually retiring back in Malta to marry his long awaiting love, whom he was able to settle down and have a family. Though it is said he had itchy feet, wanting to go back to the seas, with his cousins, (Vassallo) whom he spent much of his travels with. Upon settling down, a man of his late forties, seeing his brothers with maturing children, it was high time to start one of his own.
 
1. Don Gio Maria Sayd, Styled 12th Principe de Sayd.
2. Don Simone Sayd,  married 1756 Mosta,  Malta Celidonia Attard.
3. Don. Lorenzo Sayd, Vice Captiano della Santi 1760-70, married 1759 Mosta,  Malta Grazia Fenech, with issue.
3.1. Guiseppe Sayd (died 1826),  Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Baron Sayd and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1797 Mosta, Malta Celidonia Muscat, with issue.

3.2. Francesco Sayd, married 1776  Rabat , Gozo to Angela Spiteri.
3.3. Michele Said, married 1776 Rabat Gozo to Grazia Busuttil.
4. Don Salvatore Sayd (died 1810),  Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Count Sayd and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1777 Mosta, Malta Orazia Gauci, with issue.
4.1. Count Nicholas Saidov,  2nd Count (1782-1815), married 1805 to Countess Victoria Anichkov, with issue.
4.1.1. Count Salvatore II Saidov, 3rd Count (1808-27), dunm.
4.1.2. Count Horace Saidov, 4th Count (1810-95)13th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Commerce., married 1845 to Baroness Stefania Saidov, with issue.
4.1.2.1. Count Nicolas Saidov, (1847-95) married 1873 to Baroness Dagmar Borel-Palentsky, with issue.
4.1.2.1.1. Count Horace II Saidov,  5th Count (1877-1915), dunm.
4.1.2.1.2. Count Anton Saidov, 6th Count (1881-1919), dunm.
4.1.2.2.  Countess Alexias Saidov, (1849-), married 1872 to Chev Ignor Zerafov.
4.1.2.3. Count Ignor Saidov, (1851-1906), Knight of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
4.1.2.4. Count Michael Saidov, (1853-1914) married 1879 to Princess Marie Maurokordato with issue.
4.1.2.4.1. Countess Stefania Saidov, (1880-, married 1900 to Count Paul Saidov.
4.1.2.4.2. Countess Nicola Saidov, (1883-, married 1925 to Prince Ivan Gaucisky.
4.1.2.4.3. Countess Marie Saidov, (1886-, married 1895 to Nickolai Wolinskiy.
4.2. Count Leonardo Saidov, (1783-1853), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
4.3. Count Paul Saidov, (1785-1841), married 1805 to Countess Marie Panin, with issue.
4.3.1. Count Paul Saidov, (1808-), married 1840 to Countess Anastasia Apapov, with issue.
4.3.1.1. Count Paul Saidov, (1842-79), married 1872 to Baroness Helene Keller-Kraus, with issue.
4.3.1.1.1. Countess Anastasia Saidov, (1874-, married 1925 to Boris Lacroix.
4.3.1.1.2. Countessa Caroline Saidov, (1877-, dunm.
4.3.1.2. Count Tommaso Saidov, (1845-1900), married to Baroness Nathalie Puzet de Puget with issue.
4.3.1.2.1. Count Paul Saidov, 7th Count (1872-1945), married 1900 to Countessa Stefania Saidov, with issue.
4.3.1.2.1.1. Count Tommaso Saidov, 8th Count (1902-46), married 1920 to Duchess Anne Delicatasky, with issue.
4.3.1.2.1.1.1. Count Paul II Saidov,  9th Count (1925-47), married 1943 to Princess Abigail Axacov, with issue.
4.3.1.2.1.1.1.1. Countess Stefania Saidov, (1946-., married 1983 to Baron Niccolo Saidov.
4.3.1.2.1.2. Count Edgar Saidov, 10th and last Count (1905-79), 39th President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile 1969-1974dumn.
4.3.1.3. Countess Stefana Saidov, (1846-) married 1870 to Chev Lorenzo Nicolas Zerafov.
4.3.1.4. Count Enrico Saidov, (1848-) married 1879 to Countess Yolande Ankwicz, with issue.
4.3.1.4.1. Count Paul Saidov, (1880 -1919), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia., dunm. .
4.3.2. Count Nicholas Saidov, (1811-72), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia., dunm.
4.3.3. Countess Olga Saidov, (1810-), married 1835 to Count Ankwicz.
4.3.3.1. Countess Yolande Ankwicz, married 1879 to Count Enrico Saidov.
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-           Count Isourdov of the Russian Empire (cr March 1799); currently in use.
1. Giuseppe Isouard Xuereb, (1776-1860), created 1st Count and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeed by his eldest son.
2. Count Jacques Isouardov, (1804-1899), 2nd Count, succeeded by his eldest grandson.
3. Count Joseph II Isouardov, (1873-1919), 3rd Count, succeeded by his brother.
4. Count Jacques II Isouardov, (1876-1939), 4th Count, succeeded by his son.
5. Count Joseph III Isouardov, (1901-1958), 5th Count, succeeded by his son.
6. Count Jacques III Isouardov, (1931-2010), 6th Count, President of the Chamber of Nobility in exile, succeed by his son.
7. Count Josef IV Isouardov, (1973-), 7th and Present Count, his heir is his eldest son Count Jacques Isouardov.
 
Genealogy;
 
 Joseph Isouard Xuereb, married 1771 to Anne Larmet., with issue.
1. Joseph Isouard Xuereb, (1776-1860), migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Count Isouardov  and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 to Countess Richella Bezhorodko., with issue.
1.1. Count Jacques Isouardov, 2nd Count (1804-99), married 1834 to Duchess Teresa Bonicov., with issue.
1.1.1. Count Jacques Isouardov, (1837-87), married 1860 to Baroness Catherine Desierov., with issue.
1.1.1.1. Count Joseph Isouardov, 3rd Count (1873-1919), dunm.
1.1.1.2. Count Jacques Isouardov, 4th Count (1876-1939), married 1900 to Marchioness Caterina Gonzaga-Myszkowski, with issue.
1.1.1.2.1. Count Joseph Isouardov, 5th Count (1901-58), married 1925 to Baroness Tatiana Wyszinski,  with issue.
1.1.1.2.1.1. Count Jacques Isouardov, 6th Count (1931-2010)40th President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile 1974 -79, married 1972 to Baroness Tatiana Desierov, with issue.
1.1.1.2.1.1.1. Count Josef Isouardov, 7th Count, (1973-., Vice President of the Chamber of Maltese Russian Chamber of Nobility, 2018- Current, married 2000 to Countess Louisa Zaiontchek, with issue.
1.1.1.2.1.1.1.1. Count Jacques Isouardov, (2004-, Heir.
1.1.1.2.1.1.1.2. Countess Isabella Isouardov, (2006-.
1.1.1.2.1.1.1.3. Countess Alexandria Isouardov, (2011-.
1.1.1.2.1.1.2. Countess Caterina Isouardov, ( 1970-, married 2010 St Petersburgh Russia to Chevalier Vincenzo Borgsky.
1.1.1.2.1.2. Countess Leonora Isouardov, (1935- 2013), married 1970 to Baron Teodoro Mielov.
1.1.1.2.2. Count Vincenzo Isouardov, (1933-, married 1965 to Princess Tina Xuerebsky, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1. Count Vincenzo Isouardov, (2000-.
1.1.1.2.2. Count John Isouardov, (1903-89), married 1929 to Baroness Olga Wyszinski,  with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1. Count Charles Isouardov, (1933-, married 1957 to Ignorina Delicataov, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1. Count Kristiano Isouardov, (1959-., married 1982 to Stacey Grabbe, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1. Count Kurt Isouardov, (1986-., married 2002 Helsinki Finland to Countess Laura Barclay de Tolly Xuerebsky, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1.1. Count Max Isouardov, (2003-.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.1.2. Count Sam Isouardov, (2006-.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.2. Count Russell Isouardov, (1990-, married 2010 St Petersburgh Russia to Baroness Nathalie Mielov, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.1.1.2.1. Count Gavin Isouardov, (2011-.
1.1.1.2.2.1.2. Countess Fredericka Isouardov, (1962-, married 1990 to David Livingstone.
1.1.1.2.2.1.3. Countess Marie Isouardov, (1965-, married 1987 to Mark Floyd.
1.1.1.2.2.2. Count Enrico Isouardov, (1936-, married 1965 to Patricia Brosse, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.2.1. Count Charles Isouardov, (1969-, married 2010 St Petersburgh Russia to Baroness Marie Saidov, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.2.1.1. Countess Patrica Isouardov, (2011-.
1.1.1.2.2.2.1.2. Countess Ingrid Isouardov, (2013 -.
1.1.1.2.2.2.2. Countess Davida Isouardov, (1972-, married 1995 to Stephen Pape.
1.1.1.2.2.2.3. Countess Yolanda Isouardov, (1975-, married 1997 to Chev Anton Borgsky.
1.1.1.2.2.3. Count Mario Isouardov, (1938-, married 1956 to Linda Lanskoy, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.3.1. Count Stefano Isouardov, (1960-., married 1984 to Stacey Lutke, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.3.1.1. Count Nate Isouardov, (1986-, married 2010 St Petersburgh Russia to Baroness Patricia Callejasky, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.3.1.1.1. Count Jacques Isouardov, (2011 -.
1.1.1.2.2.3.1.1.2. Countess Veronica Isouardov, (2014 -.
1.1.1.2.2.3.1.2. Count Nick Isouardov, (1988-, married 2010 St Petersburgh Russia to Princess Fredericke Xuerebsky, with issue.
1.1.1.2.2.3.1.2.1. Countess Rachelle Isouardov, (2011-.
1.1.1.2.2.3.1.3. Count Ron Isouardov, (1991-.
1.1.1.2.2.3.1.4. Count Sean Isouardov, (1993-.
1.1.1.2.3. Countess Teresa Isouardov, (1905-2000), married 1932 to Count Zaiontchek,  with issue.
1.1.2. Countess Catherine Isouardov, (1840-), married 1859 to Prince Paul Xuerebsky.
1.1.3. Count Giuseppe Isouardov, (1838-99), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
1.2. Baron Giuseppe Isouardov, (1806-53), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
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-           Count Fenechsky of the Russian Empire (cr March 1799); extinct 1846.
1. Conte Baldassare Fenech Bonici, (1778-1846), created Count in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, Title become Extinct in 1846.
 
Genealogy;
 
Baldassare Fenech Bonici, Count Fenech Bonici, (Cr: 1748 Papal States), married 1743 Valletta to Bellarmina dei Conti Ciantar Paleologo, with issue
1. Giuseppe dei Conti Fenech Bonici, 2nd Conte Fenech Bonici, married 1767 Valletta to Maria Galea, with issue.
2. Contessa Bellamina Fenech Bonici, (1771-), dunm.
3. Contessa Aloisea Fenech Bonici, (1774-), dunm.
4. Conte Baldassare Fenech Bonici (1779-1846), 3rd Conte Fenech Bonicimigrated to Imperia Russia and created Count Fenechov and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 to Countess Andrea marie Zoubov, with issue.
4.1. Contessa Marie Fenechov, (1800-), married 1816 to Baron Nicolas von Laudon.
4.2. Contessa Olga Fenechov, (1802 -), married 1817 to Baron Georg von Fujnk.
4.3. Contessa Tatiana Fenechov, (1804-), married 1819 to Baron Paul von Holtey, with issue.
4.3.1. Baroness Andrea von Holtey, married 1840 to Baron Antoine von Nettehorst. 
 
 
-           Baron Grunov of the Russian Empire (cr April 1799); extinct 1819.
1 Nobile Antonio Grungo, (1762-1819), created Baron in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, Title become Extinct in 1819.
 
Genealogy;

 

Francois Grungo Wizzini, (1763-1800),  married 1786 Valletta to Cajetana Borg, with issue.
1. Marianna Grungo, (1787-1858), married 1818 Valletta to Antonio Maria Debono.
2. Salvatore Grungo, (1789-1802), dunm.
3. Calcidonio Epiphano Grungo, (1791-1819), married 1815 Valletta to Guidetta Caruana, with issue.
4. Joanna Grungo.
5. Antonio Grungo, (1762-1819), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Baron Grungov and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 to Baroness Stephana von Knorring, with issue.
5.1. Baroness Antonia Grunov, (1800-1863), married 1815 to Baron Grigor von Nettelhorst, with issue.
5.1.1. Baron Antoine von Nettelhorst, (1817-1888), married 1840 to Baroness Andrea von Holtey, (see above), with issue.
5.1.1.1. Baroness Viktoria von Nettelhorst, (1844-1884), married 1874 to Baron Grigor von Seefeldt, (See below).
 
 
-           Baron Heffnerov of the Russian Empire (cr April 1799); extinct 1821.
1. Gregory Heffner, (1764-1821), created Baron in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, Title become Extinct in 1821.
 
Genealogy; 
 
Chco. Gaetano Heffner., married (1) Maria Bugeja., married (2) Anne dei Conti Fournier., with issue.
1.  (First Marriage) Niccolo Heffner., married (1) 1779 Domenica Palmier., married (2) 1808 to Elizabetta Coen.
2. (Second Marriage) Gregory Heffner, (1764-1821), migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Baron Heffnerski and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 to Baroness Sophia von Behr., with issue.
2.1. Baroness Catherine Heffnerski, (1803-), married 1819 to Baron Nicolas von Seefeldt, with issue.
2.1.1. Baron Grigot von Seefeldt, (1830-), married 1874 to Baroness Viktoria von Nettelhorst, (see above), with issue.
2.1.1.1. Baron Paul von Seefeldt, (1897-), married to Princess Tatiana Sceberrasky, with issue.
2.1.1.1.1. Baron Nicolas von Seefeldt, married to Baroness Sophia Agiusky, with issue.
2.1.1.1.2. Baron Ivan von Seefeldt, married to Baroness Georgiana Agiusky, with issue.
2.2. Baroness Vittoria Heffnerski, (1806-), married 1821 to Baron Paul von Sass.
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-           Baron Agiusovsky of the Russian Empire (cr April 1799); currently in use.
1. Pietro Paolo Agius, (d. 1836), created Baron in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Baron Tommaso Agiusky, (1800-1876), 2nd Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Baron  Paolo II Agiusky, (1833-1888), 3rd Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
4. Baron Tommaso II Agiusky, (1867-1896), 4th Baron, succeed by his nephew.
5. Baron Paul III Agiusky, (1884-1919), 5th Baron, succeeded by his uncle.
6. Baron Stefano Agiusky, (1875-1926), 6th Baron, succeeded by his first cousin.
7. Baron Edgar Agiusky, (1865-1948), 7th Baron, succeeded by his kinsman.
8. Baron Grigor Agiusky, (1891-1959), 8th Baron, succeed by his son.
9. Baron Edgar II Agiusky, (1931-1975), 9th Baron, succeeded by his son.
10. Baron Antoine Agiusky, (1965-, 10th and Current Baron, 44th President of the Chamber of Nobility in exile, His heir is eldest son, Baron Grigor Agiusky.
 
Genealogy:
1.  Grazio Agius of Zebbug Malta,  married to Caterina Farrugia, with issue.
1.1. Tommaso Agius, married 1695 Mdina to Matteola Fenech, with issue.
1.1.1. Francesco Agius, married 1730 Valletta to Teresa Ellul, with issue.
1.1.1.1. Tomaso Agius, married 1767 Valletta to Ursula Busuttil, with issue.
1.1.1.1.1. Antonio Agius, married 1793 Valletta to Saveria Vassallo, with issue.
1.1.1.1.2. Carmelo Agius, married 1825 Valletta to Lorenza Galea.
1.1.1.1.3. Pietro Paolo Agius, (d. 1836), migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Baron Agiusky and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 to Baroness Ann Marie Palmen., with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.1. Baron Tommaso Agiusky, 2nd Baron, (1800-76), married 1831 to Princess Anna Andomsky, with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.1.1. Baron Paolo Agiusky, 3rd Baron, (1833-88), married to Princess Olga Sceberrasky., with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.1.1.1. Baron Tommaso Agiusky, 4th Baron, (1867-96), married 1890 to Countess Nathalie Podhorizczaki, with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.1.1.1.1. Baroness Sophia Agiusky, (1894-, 1915 to Baron Nicholas von Seefeldt, with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.1.1.1.1.1. Baroness Sophia von Seefeldt, married 1912 (Cousin) to Baron Edgar Palmen.
1.1.1.1.3.1.1.1.2. Baroness Georgiana Agiusky, (1899-, married 1917 to Baron Ivan von Seefeldt.
1.1.1.1.3.1.1.2. Baron Antoine Agiusky, (1868-86), married 1881 to Countess Richelle Podhorizczaki, with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.1.1.2.1. Baron Paul Agiusky, 5th Baron, (1884-1919), dunm.
1.1.1.1.3.1.1.2.2. Baroness Olga Agiusky, (1886-, married 1908 to Baron Paul Palmen, with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.1.1.2.2.1. Baron Edgar Palmen, married 1912 (Cousin) to Baroness Sophia von Seefeldt, with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.1.1.2.2.1.1. Baron Tommaso Palmen, (1930-., married to Antonia Nicolaiev, with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.1.1.2.2.1.1.1. Baroness Alexia Palmen, (1969-, married 2000 to Baron Antoine Agiusky.
1.1.1.1.3.1.1.3. Baroness Marie Agiusky, (1870-), married 1888 to Count Victor Podhorizczaki.
1.1.1.1.3.1.1.4. Baroness Tatiana Agiusky, (1871-), married 1889 to Count Ahlefeld-Laurwigen.
1.1.1.1.3.1.1.5. Baron Michael Agiusky, (1873-1918), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia., dunm
1.1.1.1.3.1.1.6. Baron Stefano Agiusky, 6th Baron, (1875-1926), fled to Denmark, married to Countess Victorie Potuliecki, with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.1.1.6.1. Baroness Carla Agiusky, (1905-, married 1930 to John Fenson.
1.1.1.1.3.1.1.6.2. Baroness Freda Agius, (1906- , married 1938 to Frederick Neilson.
1.1.1.1.3.1.2. Baron Peter Agiusky, (1835-74), married to Duchess Tatiana Delicatasky., with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.1.2.1. Baron Edgar Agiusky, 7th Baron, (1865-1948), married 1892 to Countess Beatrix Stadnicki, with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.1.2.1.1. Baroness Charlotte Agiusky, (1898-., married 1923 to Basile Brzostowski.
1.1.1.1..3.1.2.2. Baroness Catherine Agiusky, (1868-), married 1890 to Count Victor Tarnowski.
1.1.1.1.3.1.3. Baroness Usula Agiusky, (1838-), married 1860 to Prince George Maurokordato.
1.1.1.1.3.2. Baroness Sophia Agiusky, (1802-), married 1820 to Prince Giorgio Adomsky.
1.1.1.1.3.3. Baroness Marie Agiusky, (1804-), married 1822 to Baron Giovanni Assenzaov.
1.1.1.1.3.4. Barone Edgar Agiusky, (1807-94), married 1831 to Baroness Sophia von Toll, with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.4.1. Baron Grigor Agiusky, (1834-1902), married to Countess Tatiana Carabottsky., with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.4.1.1. Baron Paul Agiusky, (1860-1925), fled to Germany , married 1882 to Baroness Sophia Mahs, with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.4.1.1.1. Baroness Tatiana Agiusky, (1884-1980), married 1911 to Baron Grigor Agiusky, with issue .
1.1.1.1.3.4.1.2. Baron Edgar Agiusky, (1862-1936), fled to Germany, married 1889 to Countess Alexandra Alexandrowics, with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.4.1.2.1. Baron Grigor Agiusky, 8th Baron, (1893-1959), 34th President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile 1944-1949married 1911 to Baroness Tatiana Agiusky, with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.4.1.2.1.1. Baron Edgar Agiusky, 9th Baron , (1931-75), married 1963 to Princess Marie Xuerebsky, with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.4.1.2.1.1.1. Baron Antoine Agiusky, 10th Baron, (1965-., 44th President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile 1989 -1994, married 2000 (Cousin) to Baroness Alexia Palmen, with issue.
1.1.1.1.3.4.1.2.1.1.1.1. Baron Grigor Agiusky, (2002-, Heir.
1.1.1.1.3.4.1.2.1.1.1.2. Baroness Marie Agiusky, (2005-.
1.1.1.1.3.4.1.2.1.1.1.3. Baron Stefano Agiusky, (2007- .
1.1.1.1.3.4.1.3. Baroness Tatiana Agiusky, (1865-), married 1884 to Count Henry Brzostowski.
1.1.1.1.3.4.2. Baroness Marie Agiusky, (1836-), married 1855 to Baron Nicolo Desiero.
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-           Baron Damatov of the Russian Empire (cr April 1799); currently in use.
1. Alessandro Damato, (dying around 1810), created Baron in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Baron Philip Damatov, (1803-1843), 2nd Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Baron Alexandre II Damatov, (1827-1844), 3rd Baron, succeeded by his uncle.
4. Baron Nicolas Damatov, (1809-1873), 4th Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
5. Baron Alessandre III Damatov, (1833-1906), 5th Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
6. Baron Philip II Damatov, (1851-1918), 6th Baron, Knight Professed of St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his brother.
7. Baron Stefan Damatov, (1855-1927), 7th Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
8. Baron Alessandre IV Damatov, (1881-1980), 8th Baron, President of the Chamber of Nobility in exile, succeeded by his eldest son.
9. Baron Stefan II Damatov, (1902-1981), 9th Baron, succeeded by his son.
10. Baron Alessandro V Damatov, (1922-1985), 10th Baron, succeed by his eldest son.
11. Baron Stefan III Damatov, (1966-), 11th and current Baron. His heir is his son, Baron Quenton Damatov.
 
Genealogy:
 
1. Magn. Notary Filippo Amato, married (1) 4-4-1749 Zebbug to Anna Debono, married (2) 25-01-1774 at Senglea to Francesca Magro, with issue.
1.1. Magn. Notary Pietro Paolo Amato (1782-1844), married Rosa Borg Zimach (Sister of Prof. Fra Simone Borg, Chaplain of S.M.O.M.).
1.2. Alessandro Damato, migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Baron DAMATOV and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 to Baroness Vittoria Brunnow., with issue.
1.2.1. Baron Philip Damatov2nd Baron, (1803-43), married 1825 to Baroness Catherine Mieliov, with issue.
1.2.1.1. Baron Alessandre II Damatov, 3rd Baron, (1827-44), dunm.
1.2.1.2. Baroness Victoria Damatov, (1829-), married Baron Alessandre Damatov.
1.2.2. Baroness Tatiana Damatov, (1805-), married 1824 to Prince Nicolas Xuerebsky.
1.2.3. Baroness Anastasia Damatov, (1807-), married 1826 to Prince Giuseppe Axacov.
1.2.4. Baron Nicolas Damatov, 4th Baron, (1809-73), married 1832 to Countess Elisabetta Czaski, with issue.
1.2.4.1. Baron Alessandre III Damatov, 5th Baron, (1833-1906), married to Baroness Victoria Damatov., with issue.
1.2.4.1.1. Baron Phillip II Damatov, 6th Baron, (1851-1918), Knight of St John of Malta in Russiadunm.
1.2.4.1.2. Baroness Alexandra Damatov, (1852-)., married 1870 to Baron Eustace Kuster.
1.2.4.1.3. Baron Stefan I Damatov, 7th Baron, (1855-1927), fled to Finland., married 1874 to Donna Eleanor Albizzi, with issue.
1.2.4.1.3.1. Baron Alessandro IV Damatov, 8th Baron, (1881-1980), 35th President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile 1949-1954, married 1900 to Countess Catherine Carabottsky, with issue.
1.2.4.1.3.1.1. Baron Stefan II Damatov, 9th Baron, (1902-81), married 1921 to Duchess Martha Delicatasky, with issue.
1.2.4.1.3.1.1.1. Baron Alessandro V Damatov, 10th Baron, (1922-85), married 1959 to Princess Stefania Axacov, with issue.
1.2.4.1.3.1.1.1.1. Baron Stefan III Damatov, 11th Baron, (1966-., 45th President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile 1994-1999married 1991 to Baroness Marie Damatov, with issue.
1.2.4.1.3.1.1.1.1.1. Barone Quenten Damatov, (1994-, married 2013 St Petersburgh Russia to Baroness Christine Mielov, with issue.
1.2.4.1.3.1.1.1.1.1.1. Baroness Stefania Damatov, (2014 -.
1.2.4.1.3.1.1.1.1.1.2. Baroness Martha Damatov, (2015-.
1.2.4.1.3.1.1.1.1.1.3. Baroness Eloise Damatov, (2017-.
1.2.4.1.3.1.1.1.1.1.4. Baroness Abigail Damatov, (2020-.
1.2.4.1.3.1.1.2. Baroness Eleanor Damatov, (1925-2005), married 1952 to Baron Alessandre Damatov.
1.2.4.1.3. Baron Nicholas Damatov, (1857-1936), fled to Finland . , married 1877 to Baroness Antonia Paulucci, with issue.
1.2.4.1.3.1. Baroness Alessandria Damatov, (1879-, married 1895 to Chev Tommaso Zerafov.
1.2.4.1.3.2. Baroness Amelia Damatov, (1884-1968), dunm
1.2.4.1.3.3. Baroness Alyssia Damatov, (1886-1951)., married 1920 to Baron Antonio Damatov.
1.2.4.1.5. Baroness Marie Damatov, (1858-1923). , married 1875 to Count Kapniste.
1.2.4.2. Baron Filipp Damatov, (1835-98), married 1855 to Baroness Victoria Desierov. , with issue.
1.2.4.2.1. Baron Nicolas Damatov, (1856-1918), married 1890 to Duchess Tatiana Apapov, with issue.
1.2.4.2.1.1. Baron Antonio Damatov, (1892 -1951), married 1920 to Baroness Alyssia Damatov, with issue.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1. Baron Alessandre Damatov, (1925-2012)., married 1952 to Baroness Eleanore Damatov, with issue.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.1. Baron Vladimir Damatov, (1954-., married 1983 to Baroness Wilmina Damatov, with issue.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.1.1. Baron Ercole Damatov, (1984-, married 2011 to Laura Ann Smieth, with issue.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.1.1.1. Baroness Chloe Damatov, (2012 -.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.1.1.2. Baroness Alyssia Damatov, (2015-.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.1.2. Baroness Elizabeth Damatov, (1987-, married 2011 to Baron Paul Saidov.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.1.3. Baron Antony Damatov, (1989-, married 2011 to Frederica Sutherland, with issue.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.1.3.1. Baroness Angelica Damatov, (2012 -.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.2. Baron Carl Damatov, (1957-., married 1983 to Angela Douglas, with issue.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.2.1. Baroness Rita Damatov, (1986-, married 2011 to Peter Schlong.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.2.2. Baroness Tatiana Damatov, (1989-, married 2011 to Baron Joseph Saidov.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.2.3. Baron Benjamin Damatov, (1992-.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.3. Baron Tommaso Damatov, (1959-., married 1977 to Xara Mullens, with issue.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.3.1. Baron Philip Damatov, (1980-., married 2007 to Jane Zepps, with issue.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.3.1.1. Baron Niccolo Damatov, (2009-.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.3.1.2. Baroness Yolanda Damatov, (2012 -.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.3.2. Baroness Clothilde Damatov, (1984-, married 2012 to Mattieu Le Mans.
1.2.4.2.1.1.1.4. Baroness Marie Damatov, (1962-., married 1991 to Baron Stefan Damatov, 11th Baron.
1.2.4.2.1.1.2. Baron Pieter Damatov, (1928-1998), married 1958 to Baroness Sophia Balkisky, with issue.
1.2.4.2.1.1.2.1. Baron Pieter Damatov, (1962-, married 1990 to Mary Jane Neilsen, with issue.
1.2.4.2.1.1.2.1.1. Baron Pieter Damatov, (1992-.
1.2.4.2.1.1.2.1.2. Baroness Giorgiana Damatov, (1996-.
1.2.4.2.1.1.2.2. Baroness Wilmina Damatov, (1964-., married 1983 to Baron Vladimir Damatov.
1.2.4.2.1.1.3. Baroness Katherine Damatov, (1930- 2012), married 1953 to Gustaf Douglas.
1.2.4.2.1.2. Baroness Victoire Damatov, (1893-1962), married 1917 to Don Salvatore Steuart.
1.2.4.2.1.3. Baroness Charlotte Damatov, (1896-1946), married 1919 to Don Jaimes de Norbonne.
1.2.4.2.1.4. Baron Ferdinand Damatov, (1899-1917), dunm
1.2.4.2.1.5. Baron Alfred Damatov, (1901-69), 'Monk, dunm'.
1.2.4.2.1.6. Baroness Vera Damatov, (1903-26), married 1923 to Don Juan Philippe de Lancastre.
1.2.4.3. Baron Antonio Damatov, (1836-92), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
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-           Baron Assenzaov of the Russian Empire (cr April 1799); extinct 1931.
1. Simone Assenza, (d. 1810), created Baron in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Baron Giovanni Assenzaov, (1802-1855), 2nd Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Baron Simon II Assenzaov, (1826-1890), 3rd Baron, succeed by his son.
4. Baron Giovanni II Assenzaov, (1853-1912), 4th Baron, Knight Professed of St John of Malta in Russia, succeed by his kinsman.
5. Baron John III Assenzaov, (1892-1915), 5th Baron, succeed by his brother.
6. Baron Melchiorre Assenzaov, (1894-1931), 6th Baron, Title become Extinct in 1931.
 
Genealogy;
 
Gio Batta Assenza., married 1739 to Columba Cappari., with issue.
1. Fortunata Assenza., married 1784 to Raimondo Xerri.
2. Rosa Assenza.,  married 1764 to Michele Moreau/Morello., with issue.
3. Simon Assenza, (d. 1810),  migrated to Imperia Russia and Created BARON ASSENZAOV and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 to Baroness Tatiana von Koskull., with issue.
3.1. Baron Giovanni Assenzaov, 2nd Baron. (1802-55), married 1824 to Baroness Marie Agiusky, with issue.
3.1.1. Baron Simon Assenzaov, 3rd Baron, (1826-90), married 1851 to Duchess Olga Bonicov., with issue.
3.1.1.1. Baron Giovanni Assenzaov, 4th BaronKnight of St John of Malta in Russia , (1853-1912), dunm.
3.1.1.2. Baroness Clothilde Assenzaov, (1855-), married 1888 to Count Sollohub.
3.1.2. Baron John Assenzaov, (1828-83), married 1854 to Baroness Catherine Desierov., with issue.
3.1.2.1. Baron Simon Assenzaov, (1865-89), married 1889 to Countess Marie Carlow., with issue.
3.1.2.1.1. Baron John Assenzaov, 5th Baron. (1892-1915), dunm.
3.1.2.1.2. Baron Melchiorre Assenzaov, 6th and Last Baron, (1894-1931), dunm.
3.1.2.1.3. Baron Anton Assenzaov, (1897-1916), dunm.
3.1.2.1.4. Baron Vladimir Assenzaov, (1897-1905), dunm
3.1.2.1.5. Baron Niccolo Assenzaov, (1900-19), dunm.
3.1.2.2. Baron George Assenzaov, (1858-1915), married 1890 to Princess Tatiana Dabyja, with issue.
3.1.2.2.1. Baroness Catherine Assenzaov, (1892 -, married 1920 to Prince Casimir Xuerebsky.
3.1.2.2.2. Baroness Olga Assenzaov, (1896-, dunm.
3.1.2.3. Baroness Christana Assenzaov, (1861-), married 1880 to Count de Santi of Russia.
3.1.3. Baron Batta Assenzaov, (1830-1912), Knight of St John of Malta, dunm.
3.2. Baroness Catherine Assenzaov, (1805-), married 1826 to Baron Mario Balbiov.
3.3. Baron Batta Assenzaov, (1807-49), Knight of St John of Malta, dunm.
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-           Prince Axacov of the Russian Empire (cr May 1799); extinct 1953.
1. Nobile Nicola Axach, (1744-1801), created Prince in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Prince Giuseppe Axacov, (1800-1863), 2nd Prince, succeed by his eldest son.
3. Prince Nicola II Axacov, (1828-1900), 3rd Prince, succeed by his eldest son.
4. Prince Giuseppe II Axacov, (1863-1918), 4th Prince, succeed by his eldest brother.
5. Prince Eustace Axacov, (1895-1919), 5th Prince, succeed by his brother.
6. Prince Charles Axacov, (1899-1949), 6th Prince, succeed by first cousin.
7. Prince Nicola III Axacov, (1896-1953), 7th and Last Prince. Title become Extinct in 1953.
 
Genealogy;
Nobile Gio Batta Axac di Avola, married (1) Elizabetta Agius., married (2) 1691 to Lucrezia Gatt., with issue. 
1. (Second Marriage) Nobile Caterina Axac di Avola., married Dr. Gaspare Carbott. 
2. Nobile Don Nicola Axac., dunm. 
3. Nobile Giuseppe Axac di Avola., 'Uditore dei Confregliore della Rota', married 1730 to Margherita Schembri-Inguanez., with issue.
3.1. Nobile Nicola Axach, (1744-1801), migrated to Imperia Russia and Created PRINCE AXACOV and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, Married 1799 to Princess Stephania Beloglazov., with issue.
3.1.1. Prince Giuseppe Axacov, 2nd Prince, (1800-63), married 1826 to Baroness Anastasia Damatov, with issue.
3.1.1.1. Prince Nicola Axacov, 3rd Prince, (1828-1900), married 1860 to Baroness Marie Callejasky., with issue. 
3.1.1.1.1. Prince Giuseppe Axacov, 4th Prince, (1863-1918), married 1891 to Princess Corina Puzyna-Kosielski, with issue. 
3.1.1.1.1.1. Prince Eustace Axacov, 5th Prince, (1895-1919), dunm. 
3.1.1.1.1.2. Prince Nicola Axacov, (1897-1919), dunm.
3.1.1.1.1.3. Prince Charles Axacov, 6th Prince, (1899-1949), fled to Denmark, married 1922 to Kathlene Fontana, with issue.
3.1.1.1.1.3.1. Princess Corina Axacov, (1925- 1996), married 1947 to Baron Josef Saidov.
3.1.1.1.1.3.2. Princess Abigail Axacov, (1926-2004), married 1943 to Count Paul Saidov.
3.1.1.1.1.3.3. Princess Stefania Axacov, (1930-2014), married 1959 to Baron Alessandro Damatov.
3.1.1.1.1.3.4. Princess Tatiana Axacov, (1933-2017), married 1952 to Chev Carlo Grimaov.
3.1.1.1.1.3.5. Princess Charlotte Axacov, (1936-1954), dunm.
3.1.1.1.1.3.6. (illegitimate from Ingrid Farssen) Eustace-Nicola Axacov-Farssen, (Changed name to Farsen upon arrival in the US 1945), (1943 -2020), married 1982 Portland, USA to Veronica Nimes, with issue.
3.1.1.1.1.3.6.1. Charlie Farsen, (1985 Portland, USA -), married 2007 Portland to Stephanie Bullard, with issue.
3.1.1.1.1.3.6.1.1. Harry Farsen, (2008 Portland, USA -).
3.1.1.1.1.3.6.1.2. Philip Farsen, (2011 Portland, USA -).
3.1.1.1.1.3.6.2. Caroline Farsen, (1988 Portland, USA -). 
3.1.1.1.1.4. Princess Anastasia Axacov, (1901-60), fled to Denmark, married 1918 to Baron van Heeckern.
3.1.1.1.1.5. Prince Jacobo Axacov,(1903-19), dunm.
3.1.1.1.2. Prince Enrico Axacov, (1866-1915), married 1890 to Princess Sophia Puzyna-Kozielski,  with issue.
3.1.1.1.2.1. Prince Nicola Axacov, (1896-1953), 7th and Last Prince, married,  1923 to Princess Leonora Boniciov, dsp.
3.1.1.1.2.2. Princess Marie Axacov, (1899-1993), dunm. 
3.1.1.1.3. Princess Ingrid Axacov, (1869-), married 1888 to Prince Victor George Puzyna-Kozielski.
3.1.1.2. Princess Tatiana Axacov, (1830-), married, married 1847 to Prince George Tcherkassky.
3.1.2. Prince Peter Axacov, (1801-58), married 1830 to Baroness Katherine von Born, with issue.
3.1.2.1. Princess Margherita Axacov, (1832-), married 1858 to Prince Giuseppe Xuerebsky.
3.1.2.2. Prince Nicola Axacov, (1835-95), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia., dunm.
3.1.3. Princess Marie Axacov, (1801-1875), married 1802 to Baron Nicolas von Haartman.
3.2. Nobile Chco. Marcello Axiach, married 1760 Xewkija Gozo to Lorenza Graza Zammit, with issue.
 
-           Baron Balbisky of the Russian Empire (cr June 1799); extinct 1949.
1. Giovanni Balbi, (1785-1862), created Baron in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeed by his son.
2. Baron Mario Balbisky, (1809-1891), 2nd Baron, succeeded by his son.
3. Baron Giovanni II Balbisky, (1828-1893), 3rd Baron, succeeded by his nephew.
4. Baron Giovanni III Balbisky, (1857-1919), 4th Baron, Knight Professed of St John of Malta in Russia, succeed by his cousin.
5. Baron Grigor Balbisky, (1895-1949), 5th Baron, Title become Extinct in 1949.
 
Genealogy;

 Pietro Balbi,. Married 1783 to Teresa Lanfranco., with issue.
1.1. Baron Mario Balbiski, 2nd Baron, (1809-91), married 1826 to Baroness Catherine Assenzaov, with issue.
1.1.1. Baron Giovanni II Balbisky, 3rd Baron, (1828-93), married 1850 to Duchess Marianna Bonnicisky., with issue.
1.1.1.1. Baron Giovanni Balkisky, (1829-72), married 1854 to Ingrid Borgski, with issue.
1.1.1.1.1. Baron Giovanni III Balkisky, 4th Baron (1857-1919)Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
1.1.1.1.2. Baron Edoardo Balkisky, (1863-1919), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
1.1.1.1.3. Baroness Marianna Balkisky, (1855-, married 1884 to Chev Cesare Lavanzinov.
1.1.1.1.4. Baroness Christine Balkisky, (1860-, married 1886 to Chev Anton Borgsky.
1.1.1.1.5. Baroness Nathalie Balkisky, (1866-., married 1890 to Chev Anton Grimaov.
1.1.1.2. Baron Edoardo Balkisky, (1832-69), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
1.1.1.3. Baroness Stafana Balkisky, (1835-), married 1852 to Baron Knopka.
1.1.2. Baron Giorgio Balbisky, (1830-85), married to Baroness Sophia Callejasky., with issue.
1.1.2.1. Baron Mario Balbisky, (1860-1929), married 1889 to Countess Leonora Mniszek, with issue.
1.1.2.1.1. Baron Grigor Balkisky, 5th and Last Baron, (1895-1949), married 1920 to Princess Aloisea Sceberrasky, with issue.
1.1.2.1.1.1. Baron Mario Balkisky, (1923-45), dunm.
1.1.2.1.1.2. Baroness Sophia Balkisky, (1924-2011), married 1958 to Baron Pietro Damatov.
1.1.2.1.1.3. Baroness Anastasia Balkisky, (1928-2009), married 1950 to Prince Stefan Xuerebsky.
1.1.2.2.2. Baroness Marie Balbisky, (1899-1953), married 1925 to Chev Angelo Grimaov.
1.1.2.2. Baroness Marie Balbisky, (1862-), married 1885 to Baron Rastawiecki.
1.1.2.3. Baron Michael Balkisky, (1866-1906), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
1.1.2.4. Baroness Adelaide Balkisky, (1867-), married 1889 to Count Poletylo.
1.2. Baron Antonio Balbisky, (1811-68), married 1835 to Baroness Marie Alflang, with issue.
1.2.1. Baroness Marie Balbisky, (1837-), married 1855 to Prince Franco Xuerebsky.
1.3. Baron Peter Balkisky, (1813-77), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
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-           Baron Apapov of the Russian Empire (cr: July 1799); extinct 1919.
1. Andrea Apap, created Baron Apap in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, 8th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Baron Carlino Apapov, (1797-1852), 2nd Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Baron Andre II Apapov, (1821-1857), 3rd Baron, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Baron Carlino II Apapov, (1858-1919), 4th and last Baron, Knight Professed of St John of Malta in Russia, Title became Extinct 1919.
 
Genealogy:
Albino Apap Ducoss, Giurato in Malta, and Captain of the Reggimento di Fanteria di Mdina married (1) 1719 Noble Grazia Vassallo (Daughter of Noble Aloiseo and Eufemia), married (2) 1756 at Valletta to Orsola Grech.
2. Michele Apap,  (d. 1814), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Count Apap and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1781 to Deodata Carbott., with issue.
3. Andrea Apap, (d. 1823), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Baron Apap and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, 8th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility 1934-1839,  married 1795 to Eugenia Bonici., with issue.
3.1. Baron Carlino Apapov, 2nd Baron, (1797-1852), married 1817 to Baroness Elizabetta Smirnov, with issue.
3.1.1. Baron Andre Apapov, 3rd Baron, (1821- 1857), married 1858 to Marchioness Dimitra Preziosiky, with issue.
3.1.2.1. Baron Carlino Apapov, 4th and last Baron, (1861-1919).Knight of St John of Malta in Russia.
3.1.2. Baron Stefano Apapov, (1823-1905), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
3.1.3. Baroness Tatiana Apapov, (1825-), married (her cousin) Duke Aloiseo Apapov.
3.2. Baroness Marie Caroline Apapov, (1799-), married 1813 to Baron Giacomo Preziosiky.
3.3. Baron Stefano Apapov, (1801-96), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
4. Aloiseo Apap, (d. 1838), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Duke Apap and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1785 to Maria Carabott., with issue.
 
 
-           Duke Apapov of the Russian Empire (cr Sept 1799); extinct 1955.
1. Aloiseo Apap, (d. 1838), created Duke Apap in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Duke Alexandri Apapov, (1791-1854), 2nd Duke, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Duke Aloiseo II Apapov, (1826-1890), 3rd Duke, 15th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, succeeded by his eldest son.
4. Duke Leon Apapov, (1869-1943), 4th Duke, succeeded by his only son.
5. Duke Aloiseo III Apapov, (1900-1955), 5th and Last Duke, Title became Extinct.
 
Genealogy:
Albino Apap Ducoss, Giurato in Malta, and Captain of the Reggimento di Fanteria di Mdina married (1) 1719 Noble Grazia Vassallo (Daughter of Noble Aloiseo and Eufemia), married (2) 1756 at Valletta to Orsola Grech.
2. Michele Apap,  (d. 1814), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Count Apap and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1781 to Deodata Carbott., with issue.
3. Andrea Apap, (d. 1823), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Baron Apap and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, 8th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility ,  married 1795 to Eugenia Bonici., with issue.
4. Aloiseo Apap, (d. 1838), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Duke Apap and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1785 to Maria Carabott., with issue.
4.1. Duke Alexandri Apapov, 2nd Duke, (1791-1854), married 1823 to Baroness Nathalie Gunzburg, with issue.
4.1.1. Duke Aloiseo Apapov, 3rd Duke, (1826-90), 15th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility 1865-1870., married to Baroness Tatiana Apapov, with issue.
4.1.1.1. Duchess Alexandra Apapov, (1865-.
4.1.1.2. Duke Leon Apapov, 4th Duke, (1869-1943), married to Countess Antonia Apapov, with issue.
4.1.1.2.1. Duke Aloiseo Apapov, 5th and Last Duke, (1900-55), dunm.
4.1.1.3. Duchess Tatiana Apapov, (1874-, married 1890 to Baron Nicholas Damatov.
4.1.2. Duke Loen Apapov, (1829-1903), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia., dunm.
4.1.3. Duke Michele Apapov, (1827-97), married 1861 to Countess Alexia Gauciski, with issue.
4.1.3.1. Duchess Nathalie Apapov, (1866 - 74), dunm.
4.1.4. Duchess Eugenia Apapov (1835-), married 1862 to Baron Giorgio Gaucisky.
4.2. Duchess Sophia Apapov, (1794-), married 1812 to Marquis Lorenzo Fourniersky.
4.3. Duke Paul Apapov, (1796-1862), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
 
-           Baron Prezioisov of the Russian Empire (cr Sep 1799); extinct 1896.
1. Giacomo Preziosi, (1785-1860), created Baron in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, 5th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, succeeded by his younger son.
2. Baron Andre Preziosiov, (1822-1865), 2nd Baron, 14th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, succeeded by his son.
3. Baron Giacomo II Preziosiov, (1847-1896), 3rd and Last Baron, Knight Professed of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia, Title become Extinct in 1896.
 
Genealogy;

 Captain. Luigi Geronimo Preziosi, Cmdr of the Corsican Navy, also Merchant Trader., married 1664 at Athens to Maria Maurocordato, with issue. 
1. Giuseppe Preziosi, Ist Count Preziosi.
3. Gio Andrea Preziosi, Merchant Trader, married to Antonia Sommaripa, with issue. (Issues in Malta and Corsica ) 
3.2. Capitano. Geronimo Preziosi, married Cassandra Pieri., with issue. 
3.2.1. Giacomo Preziosi, married 1759 to Teodora Alessi., with issue.
3.2.1.1. Capt. Geronimo Preziosi, (1761-1823), married 1780 to Margherita Poussieghes (See Above)., with issue.
3.2.1.1.2. Giacomo Preziosi, (1785-1860), 5th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Baron Preziosi and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1813 to Baroness Marie Caroline Apapov, with issue.
3.2.1.1.2.1. Baron Alessandri Preziosiov, (1815-42), married 1840 to Marchioness Caterina Fourniersky, with issue.
3.2.1.1.2.1.1. Baroness Tatiana Preziosiov, (1842-), married 1865 to Prince Nagoi-Obolensky.
3.2.1.1.2.2. Baroness Helena Preziosiov, (1817-), married 1838 to Baron Victor Brunov.
3.2.1.1.2.3. Baroness Catherina Preziosiov, (1819-), married 1841 to Baron Nicholas Smirnov.
3.2.1.1.2.4. Baron Andre Preziosiov, 2nd Baron, (1822-65), 14th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, married 1843 to Countess Antonia Anichklov, with issue.
3.2.1.1.2.4.1. Baroness Anna Preziosiov, (1845-), married 1862 to Marquis Louis Fourniersky.
3.2.1.1.2.4.2. Baron Giacomo Preziosiov, 3rd and Last Baron, (1847-96), Knight of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia., dunm.
3.2.1.1.2.5. Baron Paul Preziosiov, (1825-94), Knight of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
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-           Duke Delicatasky of the Russian Empire (cr Oct 1799); extinct 1923.
1. Chevalier Deodata Delicata, (1758-1809), created Duke in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his son.
2. Duke Andre Delicatasky, (1801-1849), 2nd Duke, 3rd President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, succeeded by his younger son.
3. Duke Paul Delicatasky, (1809-1893), 3rd Duke, 12th and 19th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, succeeded byu his eldest son.
4. Duke Deodata II Delicatasky, (1832-1919), 4th Duke, 24th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, succeeded by his grandson.
5. Duke Paul II Delicatasky, (1891-1923), 5th and Last Duke, Title become Extinct in 1923.
 
Genealogy:.
 
Andrea Delicata, married 1649 to Valenza Mizzi, with issue
1. Alberto Delicata, married 1677 to Giovanella Gatt, with issue. 
1.1. Rosa Delicata, married (1) 1699 to Domenico Zammit, married (2) Giovanni Cutajar. 
1.2. Grazuilla Delicata, married 1707 to Carlo Grech, with issue. 
1.3. Andrea Delicata, married 1710 to Anna Maria Micallef, with issue. 
1.3.1. Dr. Gioacchino Delicata LL.D, married (1) 1739 to Angelica Fenech, Married (2) 1764 to Caterina Belato., with issue. 
1.3.2. Dr. Gaetano Delicata LL.D, married 1741 to Rosalea Azzopardi, with issue. 
1.3.2.1. Chco. Deodata Delicata (1758-1809)., Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Duke Delicata and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 to Countess Martha Apraxin, with issue.
1.3.2.1.1. Duke Andre Delicatasky, 2nd Duke, (1801-49)3rd President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility 1809-1814, married 1822 to Countess Marie Galeaov, with issue.
1.3.2.1.1.1. Duchess Martha Delicatasky, (1825-), married 1860 to Duke Deodata Delicatasky (Cousin).
1.3.2.1.1.2. Duke Grigori Delicatasky, (1829-42), dunm.
1.3.2.1.1.3. Duke Carlino Delicatasky, (1832-47), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
1.3.2.1.2. Duke Alexandri Deliciatasky, (1802-48), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
1.3.2.1.3. Duchess Louisa Delicatasky, (1803-), married 1820 to Baron Feodor Saidov.
1.3.2.1.4. Duchess Tatiana Delicatasky, (1806-), married 1824 to Prince Ivan Gauciski
1.3.2.1.5. Duke Paul Delicatasky, 3rd Duke, (1809-93), 12th and 19th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility 1854-1859;1884-1889., married 1830 to Marchioness Tatiana Preziosiky, with issue.
1.3.2.1.5.1. Duke Deodata Delicatasky, 4th Duke, (1832-1919), 24th President of the Russia Maltese Chamber of Nobility 1909-1914, married 1860 to Duchess Martha Delicatasky, with issue.
1.3.2.1.5.1.1. Duke Paul Delicatasky, (1861 - 98), married  1891 to Countess Olga Gauciski, with issue.
1.3.2.1.5.1.1.1. Duchess Anne Delicatasky, (1897 -, married 1923 to Count Tommaso Saidov.
1.3.2.1.5.1.2. Duchess Antonia Delicatasky, (1865-, married 1893 to Count Ivan Saidov.
1.3.2.1.5.1.3. Duke Simon Delicatasky, (1867-1917), married 1890 to Countess Nathalie Gauciski, with issue.
1.3.2.1.5.1.3.1. Duke Paul Delicatasky, (1891 -1923), 5th and Last Duke, dunm.l
1.3.2.1.5.1.3.1.1. (illegitimate issue from Duchess Anne Delicatasky). Ignorina Delicataov, (1922-1987), married 1957 to Count Charles Isouardov.
1.3.2.1.5.1.3.2. Duke Andre Delicatasky, (1894 - 1917), dunm.
1.3.2.1.5.1.3.3. Duke Grigory Delicatasky, (1899 - 1907), dunm.
1.3.2.1.5.1.3.4. Duchess Martha Delicatasky, (1902 -2000), married 1921 to Baron Stefan Damatov.
1.3.2.1.5.2. Duchess Olga Delicatasky, (1835-), married 1858 to Duke Peter Testaferratsky.
1.3.2.1.5.3. Duke Antonio Delicatasky, (1837-1901), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
1.3.2.1.5.4. Duchess Tatiana Delicatasky, (1839-), married to Baron Peter Agiusky.
1.3.2.2. Marquis Girolamo Delicata. 
1.3.2.3. Caterina Delicata, had issue 
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-           Duke Bonicov of the Russian Empire (cr Oct 1799); extinct 1972.
1. Nobile Pietro Paolo Bonnici, (d. 1847), created Duke in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Duke Daniele Bonicov, (1803-1853), 2nd Duke, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Duke Peter II Bonicov, (1823-1893), 3rd Duke, succeeded by his eldest son.
4. Duke Andre Bonicov, (1855-1917), 4th Duke, succeeded by his brother.
5. Duke Michael Bonicov, (1859-1943), 5th Duke, succeed by his brother.
6. Duke Alexandri Bonicov, (1862-1959), 6th Duke, succeeded by his son.
7. Duke Peter III Bonicov, (1893-1972), 7th and Last Duke, Title become Extinct in 1972.
 
Genealogy;

Dr. Daniele Bonnici JUD, married 1744 Valletta to Teresa Azzopardi, with issue. 
1. Vincenza Bonnici, married 1789 to Franco Azopardi dei Baroni di Buleben. 
2. Serafina Bonnici, 'Nun', dunm. 
3. Ugolino Bonnici, Capitano della Notabile 1790-98, married 1786 to Eugenia Mamo-Mampalao (See Extinct titles under Mompalao), with issue.(Maltese Titles under Bonici-Mompalao for descendants). 
4. Albina Bonnici, married Conte Felice Manduca. 
5. Dr. Carlo Bonnici JUD, Canon of the Cathedral of Malta, dunm. 
6. Pietro Paolo Bonnici (d. 1847)., migrated to Imperia Russia and Created DUKE BONICIOV and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 to Princess Olga Doulov., with issue.
6.1. Duke Daniele Bonicov, 2nd Duke, (1803-53), married 1820 to Princess Marie Victoria Xuerebsky, with issue.
6.1.1. Duke Peter Bonicov, 3rd Duke, (1823-95), married 1852 to Princess Antonia Xuerebsky., with issue.
6.1.1.1. Duke Andre Bonicov, 4th Duke, (1855-1917), married 1882 to Princess Marie Zialov, with issue.
6.1.1.1.1. Duke Daniel Bonicov, (1885-1919),Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
6.1.1.1.2. Duke Pietro Bonicov, (1891-1919),Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
6.1.1.1.3. Duchess Antonia Bonicov, (1888-1949), married 1910 to Duke Peter Bonicov.
6.1.1.2. Duke Pietro Bonicov (d.1905), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
6.1.1.3. Duke Michael Bonicov, 5th Duke, (1859-1943) married 1889 to Princess Olga Yourievrky, with issue.
6.1.1.3.1. Duchess Tatiana Bonicov, (1892-, married 1920 to Semen Veliki.
6.1.1.3.2. Duchess Leonora Bonicov, (1896-., married 1923 to Prince Nicola Axacov.
6.1.1.4. Duke Alexandri Bonicov, 6th Duke, (1862-1959), fled to Poland, married 1890 to Princess Olga Poutiatine, with issue.
6.1.1.4.1. Duke Peter Bonicov, 7th and last Duke, (1893-1972), married 1910 to Duchess Antonia Bonicov, with issue.
6.1.1.4.1.1. Duchess Olga Bonicov, (1911-, dunm.
6.1.1.4.1.2. Duchess Tatiana Bonicov, (1913-, married 1937 to Count Vassali Kleinmichel.
6.1.1.4.1.3. Duchess Nathalie Bonicov, (1916-., married 1939 to Count Michel Kleinmichel
6.1.2. Duchess Olga Bonicov, (1826-), married 1851 to Baron Simon Assenzov.
6.2. Duke Carlo Bonicov, (1805-68), married 1826 to Countess Elizabetta Potocki, dsp.
6.3. Duke Paul Bonicov, (1806-39), married 1831 to Countess Eleanore Stewen-Steinheil, with issue.
6.3.1. Duchess Marianna Bonicov, (1833-), married Baron Giovanni Balbisky.
6.3.2. Duchess Victoria Bonicov, (1836-), married Baron Teodoro Mieliov.
6.3.3. Duchess Catherine Bonicov, (1839-), married 1859 to Baron Nicolas Mielov.
6.4. Duchess Teresa Bonicov, (1809-), married 1834 to Count Joseph Isourardov.
6.5. Duke Peter Bonicov, (1804-87), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
7. Dorothea Bonnici. 
8. Saverina Bonnici.
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-           Count Cachiov of the Russian Empire (cr Nov 1799); extinct 1860.
1. Gaetano Cachia Mannarino, (1775-1860), created Count in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia. Title become Extinct in 1860.
 
Genealogy;
 
Felice Mannarino., married  1739 Valletta to Fortunata Cachia., with issue.
1.   Notary Emmanuele Cachia Mannarino., married 1770 Valletta  to Antonia Ricca., with issue.
1.2. Felice Cachia Mannarino, married 1808 to Lucrezia N, with issue.
1.3. Paolo Cachia Mannarino, married 1800 Valletta to Ernesta Reno, (illegitimate daughter of Giacomo Reno and Maria Grech), with issue.
1.4. Paola Cachia Mannarino., married 1807 Valletta to Dr Not. Cristoforo Frendo JUD., with issue.
1.5. Gaetano Cachia Mannarino, (1775-1860), migrated to Imperia Russia and Created COUNT CACHIASKY and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 to Countess Isola von Brumer., with issue.
1.5.1. Countess Philippa Cachiasky, (1800-), married 1817 to Baron Wilhelm von Ascheberg, with issue.
1.5.1.1. Baroness Isola von Ascheberg, (1820-., married  1840 to Prince Vladimir Odoevsky, with issue.
1.5.1.1.1. Prince Andre Odoevsky, (1851-, married 1884 to Baroness Rosaria Mielov, with issue.
1.5.2. Countess Tatiana Cachiasky, (1803-), married 1820 to Baron Grigor Wrede.
1.5.3. Countess Olga Cachiasky, (1805-), married 1822 to Baron Nicolas Munck.
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-           Zerafov, Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire (cr Nov 1799); extinct 1955.
1. Carlo Zerafa, (d. 1822), created Hereditary Knight of St John of Malta in Russia Empire and St George of Russia, and succeeded by his son.
2. Chevalier Lorenzo Zerafaov, (1799-1864), 2nd Hereditary Knight, Knight Professed of St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his brother.
3. Chevalier Nicholas Zerafov, (1805-1871), 3rd Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his son.
4. Chevalier Carlo II Zerafov, (1832-1878), 4th Hereditary Knight, Knight Professed of St John of Malta in Russia, succeed by his nephew.
5. Chevalier Niccolo II Zerafov, (1873-1947), 5th Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his kinsman.
6. Chevalier Anton Zerafov, (1907-1955), 6th and last Hereditary Knight. Title become Extinct in 1955.
 
Genealogy;
 
Mco. Francesco Lorenzo Zerafa. (* Well Known Architect, whom built many Palazzo’s in Valletta and all over Malta and Gozo), married Maria Galea.., with issue.
1. Rosalea Zerafa., married 1780 to Duca Gio Batta Mattei., dsp.
2. Regina Zerafa., married 1783 to Giuseppe Galizia.
3. Giuseppe Zerafa.,  married (1) 1777 to Contessa Elena Locano., married (2) 1799 to Graziulla Cilia, (Daughter of Salvatore and Giovanna Sapiano)., with issue.
3.1. Contessa Paola Zerafa., married 1806 to Mco.Michele Angelo Asciack.
4. Teresa Zerafa., married 1787 to Matteo Pulis., with issue.
4.1. Rosa Pulis., married 1812 to Emmanuele Gismiros.
5. Carlo Zerafa (d.1822), Created 1799 Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire and of St John of Malta in Russia, married 1799 to Princess Sophia Massalski,  with issue.
5.1. Chevalier Lorenzo Zerafov, 2nd Knight., (1799-1864), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
5.2. Anastasia Zerafov., (1801-), married 1820 to Chevalier Antonio Grimaov
5.3. Marie Zerafov., (1803-), married 1822 to Chevalier Cesare Lavanzinov
5.4. Chevalier Nicholas Zerafov, 3rd Knight., (1805-71), married 1830 to Marie Scivolisky, with issue.
5.4.1. Chevalier Carlo Zerafov4th Knight, (1832-78), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
5.4.2. Chevalier Lorenzo Nicholas Zerafov, (1835-76) married 1870 to Countess Stefania Saidov, with issue.
5.4.2.1. Chevalier Niccolo Zerafov, 5th Knight, (1873-1947), dunm.
5.4.2.2. Chevalier Tommaso Zerafov, (1877-1919), married 1895 to Baroness Alessandra Damatov, with issue.
5.4.2.2.1. Marie Zerafov, (1898-., married 1927 to Chev Anton Zerafov, with issue.
5.4.3. Chevalier Igor Zerafov, (1839-88), married 1872 to Countess Alexia Saidov with issue.
5.4.3.1. Chevalier Lorenzo Zerafov, (1877-1929), married 1905 to Anastasia Borgsky, with issue.
5.4.3.1.1. Chevalier Anton Zerafov, 6th and Last Knight, (1907-55), married 1927 to Marie Zerafov, with issue.
5.4.3.1.1.1. Antonia Zerafov, (1929-, married 1951 to Prince Ivan Kurakin.
5.4.3.1.1.2. Elziabetta Zerafov, (1931-., married 1953 to Count Alexis Bobrinsky.
5.4.3.1.2. Ingrid Zerafov, (1909-, dunm..
5.4.3.1.3. Marie Zerafov, (1913-., married 1935 to Chev Vincenzo Borgsky.
5.4.3.2. Chevalier Nicholas Zerafov, (1879 -95), dunm..
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-           Xerrisky, Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire (cr Nov 1799); extinct 1900.
1. Giovanni Xerri, (d. 1854), created Hereditary Knight of St John of Malta in Russia Empire and St George of Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Chevalier Giovanni II Xerrisky, (1802-1889), 2nd Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Chevalier Giovanni III Xerrisky, (1826-1900), 3rd and last Hereditary Knight, Title become Extinct 1900.
 
Genealogy;
 
Sir Raffaele Crispino Xerri, G.C.M.G. Chief Justice of Malta, (1745-1836). , married 1773 to Gaetana Buhagiar, with issue.
1. Maria Teresa Xerri., married 1803 Valletta to Sir Claudio Vincenzo Bonnici JUD, KCMG.
2. Giovanni Xerri (d. 1854)Created 1799 Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire and of St John of Malta in Russia, married 1799 to Princess Marie Sophia Ossolinski, with issue.
2.1. Chevalier Giovanni Xerrisky., 2nd Knight, (1802-89), married 1825 to Yolanda Scivolisky, with issue.
2.1.1. Chevalier Giovanni Gregori Xerrisky, 3rd and Last Knight, (1826-1900), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
2.1.2. Marie Xerrisky, (1829-), married 1853 to Carluccio Preziosi.
2.2. Tatiana Xerrisky., (1803-), married 1825 to Chevalier Anton Speranzov.
2.3. Yolanda Xerrisky., (1805-)., married 1825 to Chevalier Clement Scivolisky.
 
-           Borgsky, Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire (cr Nov 1799); currently in use.
1. Baldassare Borg, (d. 1840), created Hereditary Knight of St John of Malta in Russia Empire and St George of Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Chevalier Philippo Borgovsky, (1802-1865), 2nd Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his brother.
3. Chevalier Antonio Borgovsky, (1803-1856), 3rd Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his eldest son.
4. Chevalier Baldassare II Borgsky, (1824-1884), 4th Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his eldest son.
5. Chevalier Antonio II Borgsky, (1850-1919), 5th Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his eldest son.
6. Chevalier Baldassare II Borgsky, (1881-1927), 6th Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his eldest son.
7. Chevalier Vincenzo Borgsky, (1912-1951), 7th Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his eldest son.
8. Chevalier Vladimir Borgsky, (1939-1975), 8th Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his eldest son.
9. Chevalier Anton III Borgsky, (1975-, 9th and Present Hereditary Knight. His heir is his brother.
 
Genealogy;
 
Filippo Borg.,  married 1759 Qormi to Anna Schembri., with issue.
1.  Cavalieri Vincenzo Borg, (1777 - 18 july 1837), C.M.G., 1833. Vincenzo Borg was born at Birkirkara. He was appointed Lieutenant of his village in 1800 untill 11 January 1804, when he quarrelled with Captain Alexander Ball, then Governor of Malta. On 2 February 1801 he was awarded the gold medal Pro Patria and on 9 February 1833, was made a Knight of the Order of St Michael and St George. He died 18 July 1837 and was buried in the collegiate parish church of Birkirkara. It so happened that the newly-completed statue of St Helen, patron saint of that parish, was carried inside the church for the first time on the preceeding day and, since the deceased had given a large sum of money to pay for the statue, his corpse was taken to that chiurch for the obsequies while the church was still decorated for the inaugural entrance of that statue., married (1) 1806 to Girolama Debono.,  married (2) 1828 to Consolata Bonnici., with issue.
2. Baldassare Borg (d.1840), Created 1799 Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire and of St John of Malta in Russia, married 1799 to Countess Ingrid Poninski,  with issue.
2.1. Chevalier Philippo Borgski., 2nd Knight, (1802-65), married 1826 St Petersburg to Henrietta Salvarozza., with issue.
2.1.1. Georgiana Borgski, (1827-) married 1845 to Chev Michael Grimov.
2.1.2. Tatiana Borgski, (1828-) married 1847 to Count von Bruce.
2.1.3. Marie Borgiski, (1830-) married 1846 to Duke Fedor von Leuchtenburg, dsp.
2.2. Chevalier Antonio Borgski3rd Knight, (1803-56), married 1820 to Anastasia Zerafov, with issue.
2.2.1. Victoria Borgski, (1822-) married 1840 to Count Lieven.
2.2.2. Chevalier Baldassare Borgski, 4th Knight, (1824-84), married 1846 to Marie Grimov, with issue.
2.2.2.1. Chevalier Antonio Borgsky, 5th Knight, (1850-1919), married 1880 to Duchess Sophia Testaferratasky, with issue.
2.2.2.1.1. Chevalier Baldassare Borgsky, 6th Knight, (1881-1927), married 1910 to Baroness Olga Saidov, with issue.
2.2.2.1.1.1. Chevalier Vincenzo Borgsky, 7th Knight, (1912-51), married 1935 to Marie Zerafov, with issue.
2.2.2.1.1.1.1. Chevalier Vladimir Borgsky, 8th Knight, (1939-75), married 1974 to Baroness Tataliana Saidov, with issue.
2.2.2.1.1.1.1.1. Chevalier Anton Borgsky, 9th Hereditary Knight of St John of Malta in Russia49th President of the Chamber of Nobility, (2013 -2018)., (1975 Berlin, Germany -., married 1997 to Countess Yolanda Isouardov, with issue.
2.2.2.1.1.1.1.1.1. Muna Borgsky, (2000-, married 2022 to Chevalier Anton Borgsky.
2.2.2.1.1.1.1.1.2. Ursula Borgsky, (2003-.
2.2.2.1.1.1.1.2. Chevalier Vincenzo Borgsky, (1975-., Heir, married 2010 St Petersburgh Russia to Countess Catherine Isouardov, with issue.
2.2.2.1.1.1.1.2.1. Chevalier Vladimir Borgsky, (2011 Berlin -.
2.2.2.1.1.1.1.2.2. Chevalier Philippo Borgsky, (2011 Berlin -.
2.2.2.1.1.1.2. Richilde Borgsky, (1942-, married 1965 to Count Alexis Buturlin, with issue.
2.2.2.1.1.2. Marie Borgsky, (1917-87), married 1943 to Baron Sigmund Pankejeff, with issue.
2.2.2.1.1.3. Tatiana Borgsky, (1922-, married 1947 to Baron Louis Chicherin, with issue
2.2.2.1.2. Victorie Borgsky, (1884- 1941), married 1901 to Chev Clement Scivolisky, with issue.
2.2.2.1.3. Chevalier Auguste Borgsky, (1888 - 1908), dunm.
2.2.2.2. Chevalier Anton Borgsky, (1854- 93), married 1886 to Baroness Christine Balkisky, with issue.
2.2.2.2.1. Chevalier Anton Borgsky, (1888-1963), married 1948 to Princess Lara Xuerebsky, with issue.
2.2.2.2.1.1. Augusta Borgsky, (1950-, 'Nun'.
2.2.2.2.1.2. Chevalier Baldassare Borgsky, (1956 -., married 1999 to Anastasia von Campenshausen, with issue.
2.2.2.2.1.2.1. Chevalier Anton Borgsky, (2001-, married 2022 to Muna Borgsky.
2.2.3. Chevalier Anton Borgski, (1825-92), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
2.2.4. Anastasia Borgski, (1828-1871) married 1847 to Count Polouine.
2.3. Chevalier Charles Borgski, (1805-81), married 1829 to Leonora Speranzov, with issue.
2.3.1. Yolanda Borgski, (1830-), married 1853 to Chev Carlo Nicolas Lavanzinov.
2.3.2. Caterina Borgski, (1832-) married 1857 to Baron Munich.
2.3.3. Ingrid Borgski, (1833-) married 1854 to Baron Giovanni Balkisky.
2.3.4. Chevalier Gregori Borgski, (1835-73), married 1865 to Yvonne Portghesesky, with issue.
2.3.4.1. Catherine Borgsky, (1867-, 1890 to Count Nicholas Panin.
2.3.4.2. Marie Borgsky, (1871-, married 1894 to Count Paul Panin.
2.3.4.3. Anastasia Borgsky, (1875-., married 1905 to Chev Lorenzo Zerafov.
2.4. Chevalier Gregori Borgski., (1806-99), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
2.5. Ursula Borgski., (1808-), married 1830 to Chevalier Peter Scivolisky.
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-           Speranzov, Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire (cr Nov 1799); extinct 1894.
1. Andrea Speranza, (d. 1839), created Hereditary Knight of St John of Malta in Russia Empire and St George of Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Chevalier Gregori Speranzov, (1801-1847), 2nd Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his brother.
3. Chevalier Anton Speranzov, (1802-1869), 3rd Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his son.
4. Chevalier Igor Speranza, (1833-1894), 4th and last Hereditary Knight. Title become Extinct in 1894.
 
Genealogy;
 
Giuliano Speranza, married 1751 Rabat Gozo to Orsola Gatt, with issue.
1. Teresa Speranza, married 1791 Rabat Gozo to Vincenzo Cilia.
2. Dr Giuseppe Speranza MD,  married 1781 Porto Salvo Valletta to Angela Lave, with issue.
3. Mco. Calcedonio Speranza, married 1786 Valletta to Antonina Dori.
4. Andrea Speranza, (d. 1839), Created 1799 Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire and of St John of Malta in Russia, married 1799 to Princess Richelle Sanguszko, with issue.
4.1. Chevalier Gregori Speranzov, 2nd Knight., (1801-47), married 1822 to Catherine Grimov, with issue.
4.1.1. Chevalier Andre Speranzov, (1824-47), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
4.1.2. Richelle Speranzov, (1826-), married 1850 to Count Andrei Miloradovich.
4.1.3. Antonia Speranzov, (1829-), married 1852 to Prince Paolo Troubetskey.
4.2. Chevalier Anton Speranzov3rd Knight., (1802-69), married 1825 to Tatiana Xerrisky., with issue.
4.2.1. Anastasia Speranzov, (1829-), married 1851 to Count Otto Igelstrom.
4.2.2. Yolanda Speranzov, (1831-), married 1853 to Count Franz Lefort.
4.2.3. Chevalier Igor Speranzov 4th and Last Knight, (1833-94), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
4.3. Chevalier Paul Speranzov., (1805-72), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
4.4. Leonora Speranzov (1809-)., married 1829 to Chevalier Charles Borgski.
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-           Salvarozzov, Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire (cr Nov 1799); extinct 1864.
1. Riccardo Salvarozza of Sardinia, (d. 1825), created Hereditary Knight of St John of Malta in Russia Empire and St George of Russia, succeeded by his son.
2. Chevalier Paul Salvarozzov, (1802-1864), 2nd and last Hereditary Knight. Title become Extinct in 1864.
 
Genealogy;
1. Riccardo Salvarozza of Sardinia (d. 1825), Created 1799 Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire and of St John of Malta in Russia, married 1799 to Princess Georgiana Jablonowski, with issue.
1.1. Maria Anna Salvarozza (1800-),  married 1820 to Giuseppe Slythe, (Native of London England) Migrated to Malta, Freemason of the Lodge of St John and St Paul, Malta, Merchant,  with issue.
1.1.1.  Chev. Riccardo Slythe, Vice-Consul of Sardinia in Malta., married 1837 Valletta to Rosa Zammit., with issue.
1.1.2. Aloisea Slythe, married (1) 1828 to Giuseppe Casolani, married (2) 1846 Valletta to Paolo Casolani.
1.1.3. William Slythe, died 1828, aged 31 years old.
1.2. Henrietta Salvarozza, (1805-72), married 1826 St Petersburg to Chevalier Philippo Borgski.
1.3. Paul Salvarozza, Knight of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia, (1802 -64), dunm at Russia.
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-           Portughesky, Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire (cr Nov 1799); extinct 1912.
1. Albino Portughes, (d. 1826), created Hereditary Knight of St John of Malta in Russia Empire and St George of Russia, succeeded by his son.
2. Chevalier Giovanni Portughesky, (1800-1888), 2nd Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his son.
3. Chevalier Albino II Portughesky, (1832-1912), 3rd and last Hereditary Knight. Title become Extinct in 1912.
 
Genealogy:
Carlo Portughes.,  married 1706 Valletta to Rosa Maddalena Grech., with issue.
1. Giovanni Portughes., married 1748 to Anna Apap Sceberras., with issue.
1.1. Elena Portughes., married 1785 to Conte Salvatore Manduca.
1.2. Albino Portughes (d.1826)Created 1799 Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire and of St John of Malta in Russia, married 1799 to Princess Eleanore Sapieha,  with issue.
1.2.1. Chevalier Giovanni Portughesky2nd Knight, (1800-88), married 1824 to Tatiana Grimov, with issue.
1.2.1.1. Eleanora Portughesky, (1826-) married 1853 to Prince Telephnev.
1.2.1.2. Natalie Portughesky, (1828-). married 1854 to Prince Ouchaty.
1.2.1.3. Yvonne Portughesky, (1829-) married 1865 to Chev Gregori Borgski.
1.2.1.4. Chevalier Albino Portughesky, 3rd and last Knight, (1832-1912), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
1.2.2. Caterina Portughesky, (1802-), married 1822 to Prince Alexandri Drucki-Lubecki.
1.2.3. Gregoria Portughesky., (1805-), married 1830 to Count Nicholas Giedroyc.
1.3. Felice Portughes, married to  Maria Caruana, with issue.
1.3.1. Benedetto Portughes, married (1) 1807 Valletta to Caterina Calleja, married (2) 1810 Valletta to Lorenza Calamatta.
2. Francesca Portughes, married 1736 Valletta to Gio Francesco Bertis.
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-           Lavanzinski, Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire (cr Nov 1799); extinct 1937.
1. Carlo Lavanzin, (d. 1843), created Hereditary Knight of St John of Malta in Russia Empire and St George of Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Chevalier Cesare Lavanzinski, (1800-1899), 2nd Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his grandson.
3. Chevalier Cesare II Lavanzinski, (1854-1937), 3rd and last Hereditary Knight. Title become Extinct in 1937.
 
Genealogy;
 
Francesco Lavanzin, married 1770 to Vincenza Carbott, (Closely related to the Barons of Grua) with issue
1. Ulbedesca Lavanzin, married 1791 to Tomaso Camilleri, with issue
2. Teresa Lavanzin, maried 1807 to Giuseppe Camilleri, with issue
3. Carlo Lavanzin, (d. 1843), Created 1799 Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire and of St John of Malta in Russia, married 1799 to Princess Tatiana Sulkowskis,  with issue.
3.1. Chevalier Cesare Lavanzinov., 2nd Knight, (1800-99), married 1822 to Marie Zerafov, with issue.
3.1.1. Chevalier Carlo Nicolas Lavanzinov, (1823-78), married 1853 to Yolanda Borgski, with issue.
3.1.1.1. Chevalier Cesare Lavanzinov, 3rd and last Knight, (1854-1937), married 1884 to Baroness Marianna Balkisky, with issue.
3.1.1.1.1. Aloisea Lavanzinov, (1886-., married 1909 to Prince Vasily Kholmsky.
3.1.1.1.2. Xenia Lavanzinov, (1889-., married 1914 to Count Vasily Bebutov.
3.1.1.2. Teresa Lavanzinov, (1892-, married 1917 to Count Paul Milyutin, with issue.
3.1.1.2.1. Countess Dagmar Milyutin, married 1937 to Prince Andre Odoeysky.
3.1.2. Chevalier Anton Lavanzinov, (1826-91)., Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
3.1.3. Anastasia Lavanzinov, (1828-), married 1855 to Prince Choumorovsky.
3.1.4. Tatiana Lavanzinov, (1830-) married 1857 to Prince Mouromsky.
3.2. Rosa Teresa Lavanzinov., (1803-), married 1820 to Prince Casmir Radziwill.
4. Maddalena Lavanzin, married 1791 Valletta to Tomaso Camilleri.
 
-           Scivoliski, Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire (cr Nov 1799); extinct 1953.
1. Clemente Scivoli, (1779-1836), created Hereditary Knight of St John of Malta in Russia Empire and St George of Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Chevalier Clement II Scivoliski, (1800-1842), 2nd Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his brother.
3. Chevalier Peter Scivoliski, (1805-1896), 3rd Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his son.
4. Chevalier Clement III Scivolski, (1832-1905), 4th Hereditary Knight, Knight Professed of St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by first cousin.
5. Chevalier Peter II Scivolski, (1869-1907), 5th Hereditary Knight, Knight Professed of St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by brother.
6. Chevalier Clement IV Scivolski, (1873-1953), 6th and last Hereditary Knight. Title become extinct in 1953.
 
Genealogy;

1.1. Clement Scivoli, (1779-1836).  Created 1799 Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire and of St John of Malta in Russia, married 1799 to Marchioness Helena Wielopski, with issue.
1.1.1. Chevalier Clement II Scivolisky 2nd Knight , (1800-42), married 1825 to Yolanda Xerrisky., with issue.
1.1.1.1. Henrietta Scivolisky, (1826-), married 1850 to Count Lacy.
1.1.1.2. Tatiana Scivolisky, (1828-), married 1852 to Count von der Borsch.
1.1.2. Yolanda Scivolisky, (1803-), married 1825 to Chevalier Giovanni Xerrisky.
1.1.3. Marie Scivolisky, (1804-), married 1830 to Chevalier Nicholas Zerafov
1.1.4. Chevalier Peter Scivolisky 3rd Knight, (1805-96), married 1830 to Ursula Borgski., with issue.
1.1.4.1. Chevalier Clement III Scivolisky, 4th Knight, (1832-1905), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
1.1.4.2. Chevalier George Scivolisky, (1835-41), dunm.
1.1.4.3. Catherine Scivolisky, (1838-), married 1860 to Count von Browne.
1.1.5. Chevalier Igor Scivolisky., (1806-72), married 1828 to Anastasia Grimov., with issue.
1.1.5.1. Antoinette Scivolisky, (1830-), married 1859 to Count Nicholas Zoubov.
1.1.5.2. Natalie Scivolisky, (1832-), married 1855 to Count Alexandri Zoubov.
1.1.5.3. Marie Scivolisky, (1833-), married 1857 to Count George Zoubov.
1.1.5.4. Victoria Scivolisky, (1835-), married  1860 to Count von Sievers.
1.1.5.5. Chevalier Matthew Scivolisky, (1837-94), married 1865 to Countess Tatiana von Sievers, with issue.
1.1.5.5.1. Chevalier Peter Scivolisky5th Knight, (1869 - 1907), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
1.1.5.5.2. Chevalier Clement IV Scivolisky, 6th and last Knight, (1873-1953), married 1901 to Victoria Borgsky, with issue.
1.1.5.5.2.1. Tatiana Scivolisky, (1902-, married 1924 to Count Peter Vgazmitinov.
1.1.5.5.2.2. Catherine Scivolisky, (1903-., married 1925 to Count Alexis Shuvalov.
1.1.5.5.2.3. Ingrid Scivolisky, (1905-., married 1927 to Sergei Turgenev.
1.1.5.5.2.4. Elizabetta Scivolisky, (1908-., married 1930 to Baron Ladislaus Pilars de Pilars.
1.1.5.5.2.5. Helena Scivolisky, (1909-., married 1933 to Prince Alexander Potemkin.
1.1.5.5.2.6. Marie Scivolisky (1911-, married 1939 to Baron Charles Desierov
1.1.5.5.3. Anastasia Scivolisky, (1878-., married 1935 to Count Paul Ignatieff..
1.2. issue from Fra Prince Klemens von Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Bartenstein, KM) Giovanna Scivoli, (1783-1829). (possibility of her brother's hereditary honour was reflected to her male-to-male descendants), married 1809 Genoa to Sig. Biagio Tagliaferro, Knight Commander of St George of Russia, with issue.
1.3. (issue from Fra Prince Klemens von Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Bartenstein, KM) Teresa Don, Orphelin, married 1811 Birkirkara to Sig Bartolomeo Mallia. .
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-           Grimov, Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire (cr Nov 1799); currently in use.
1. Michele Grima, (d. 1831), created Hereditary Knight of St John of Malta in Russia Empire and St George of Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Chevalier Angelo Grimov, (1801-1869), 2nd Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Chevalier Michele II Grimov, (1824-1884), 3rd Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his eldest son.
4. Chevalier Angelo II Grimov, (1849-1907), 4th Hereditary Knight, Knight Professed of St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his brother.
5. Chevalier Alexis Grimov, (1853-1927), 5th Hereditary Knight, Knight Professed of St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his brother.
6. Chevalier Anton Grimov, (1860-1943), 6th Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his eldest son.
7. Chevalier Angelo III Grimov, (1891-1954), 7th Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his eldest son.
8. Chevalier Carlo Grimov, (1927-1999), 8th Hereditary Knight, President of the Chamber of Nobility in exile, succeeded by his brother.
9. Chevalier Anton II Grimov, (1934-2012), 9th Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his son.
10. Chevalier Angelo IV Grimov, (1965-), 10th Hereditary Knight, his heir is his brother, Chevalier Carlo Grimov.
 
Genealogy;
 
Gio Maria Grima,   married 1773 Mosta/Mdina to Maria dei Conti Fenech-Bonnici, with issue.
1. Angelo Grima., married (1) 1810 Mosta to Anne Deguara., married (2) 1824 Mosta to Modesta Debono., with issue.
2.  Michele Grima (d.1831), Created 1799 Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire and of St John of Malta in Russia married 1799 to Princess Marie Czartoryski, with issue.
2.1. Chevalier Angelo Grimov, 2nd Knight, (1801-69), married 1822 St Petersburg to Anastasia Zerafov, with issue.
2.1.1. Chevalier Michele II Grimov, 3rd Knight, (1824-84), married 1845 to Georgina Borgski, with issue.
2.1.1.1. Chevalier Angelo II Grimov4th Knight, (1849-1907), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
2.1.1.2. Chevalier Alexis Grimov5th Knight, (1853-1927), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia.
2.1.1.3. Chevalier Anton I Grimov, 6th Knight, (1860-1943), married 1890 to Baroness Nathalie Balkisky, with issue.
2.1.1.3.1. Chevalier Angelo III Grimov, 7th Knight, (1891-1954), married 1925 to Baroness Marie Balksiky, with issue.
2.1.1.3.1.1. Chevalier Carlo Grimov , 8th Knight, (1927-99), 41st President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile 1979 -1984., married 1952 to Princess Tatiana Axacov, with issue.
2.1.1.3.1.1.1. Tatiana Grimov, (1953 -, married 1972 to Baron Ugolino Callejasky.
2.1.1.3.1.1.2. Ursula Grimov, (1954-., married 1987 to Baron Andrea Mielov.
2.1.1.3.1.1.3. Octavia Grimov, (1957-. married 1988 to Baron Enrico Callejasky.
2.1.1.3.1.1.4. Natalia Grimov, (1960-, married 1985 to Aurelio Bresson, with issue.
2.1.1.3.1.1.4.1. Karl Bresson, (1988-., married 2010 Paris to Aurelia de Yves, with issue.
2.1.1.3.1.1.4.1.1. Isabella Bresson, (2011-.
2.1.1.3.1.1.4.2. Henri Bresson, (1991-.
2.1.1.3.1.2. Chevalier Anton II Grimov9th Hereditary Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, (1934- 2012)., married 1964 to Baroness Vincenza Callejasky, with issue.
2.1.1.3.1.2.1. Chevalier Angelo IV Grimov, (1965-, 10th Hereditary Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, 50th President of the Chamber of Nobility in Russia 2018- Current, married 2008 to Louise Broch (Younger daughter of Simone Broch and Nathalie Grimaov), with issue.
2.1.1.3.1.2.1.1. Nathalie Grimaov, (2009-.
2.1.1.3.1.2.1.2. Tamara Grimaov, (2011-.
2.1.1.3.1.2.1.3. Alexandria Grimaov, (2013 -.
2.1.1.3.1.2.2. Chevalier Carlo Grimov, (1973-, Heir, married 2006 to Baroness Michele Mielov, with issue.
2.1.1.3.1.2.2.1. Louise Grimaov, ( 2008-.
2.1.1.3.1.2.2.2. Chevalier Michele Grimaov, (2010-.
2.1.1.3.1.2.2.3. Chevalier Anton Grimaov, (2012-.
2.1.1.3.2. Chevalier Michele Grimov, (1899-1971), married 1923 to Baroness Marie Saidov, with issue
2.1.1.3.2.1. Nathalie Grimov, (1925-2009)., married 1952 to Simone Broch.
2.1.1.3.2.2. Antonella Grimov, (1929-2011), married 1955 to Alexandre le Graverend. 
2.1.1.4. Natalia Grimov, (1851-1899), married 1894 to Count Cornelius O'Rouke, dsp.
2.1.1.5. Leonora Grimov, (1857-1915), married 1896 to Baron Nicholas Korn, dsp.
2.1.1.6. Elizabetta Grimov, (1862- 1924), married 1893 to Dimitry Buturlin, with issue.
2.1.1.6.1. Michael Buturlin, (1895 - 1962), married with issue.
2.1.2. Chevalier Carlo Grimov, (1826-91), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia, dunm.
2.1.3. Marie Grimov, (1827-), married 1846 to Chev. Baldassare Borgski.
2.2. Chevalier Tommaso Grimov., (1802-99), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia., dunm.
2.3. Catherine Grimov., (1804-), married 1822 to Chevalier Gregori Speranov.
2.4. Tatiana Grimov., (1805-)., married 1824 to Chevalier Giovanni Portughesky.
2.5. Anastasia Grimov., (1808-)., married 1828 to Chevalier Igor Scivolisky
 
 
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-           Marquis Fournierski of the Russian Empire (cr Dec 1799); extinct 1957.
1. Lazzaro de Fournier, (1782-1839), created Marquis Fournier in 1799, Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Marquis Pierre Fourniersky, (1815-1853), 2nd Marquis, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Marquis Lazzaro II Fourniersky, (1838-1889), 3rd Marquis, Knight Professed of St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his brother.
4. Marquis Louis Fourniersky, (1844-1919), 4th Marquis, 20th and 25th and Last President of the Russian Maltese chamber of Nobility, succeeded by his brother.
5. Marquis Grigor Fourniersky, (1850-1927), 5th Marquis, succeeded by his son.
6. Marquis Louis Fourniersky, (1876-1957), 6th and Last Marquis, Title became Extinct in 1957.
 
Genealogy:
 
 
Giovanni Fournier, married (1) 1727 Porto Salvo, Valletta to Teresa Stellini. Married (2) 1734 Porto Salvo, Valletta to Caterina Caruana Mallia., with issue.
1. Bartolomeo Fournier., 5th (joint) Comte et 26th (joint) Sire de Fournier in France, married 1779 to Vincenza Lauder, with issue.
1.1. Lazzaro Fournier, (1782-1839), migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Marchese Fournier and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, 6th President of Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility 1824-1829, married 1812 to Duchess Sophia Apapov, with issue.
1.1.1. Marchese Pierre Fourniersky, (1815-1853), 2nd Marchese, married 1835 to Princess Sophia Sceberrasky, with issue.
1.1.1.1. Marchese Lazzaro II Fourniersky, (1838-1889), 3rd MarcheseKnight of St John of Malta in Russiadunm.
1.1.1.2. Marchesa Sophia Fourniersky, (1841-), married 1860 to Count Alexis Carabottsky.
1.1.1.3. Marchese Louis Fourniersky, (1844-1919), 4th Marchese, 20th and 25th and Last President of the Russia Maltese Chamber of Nobility 1889-1894; 1914-1919, married 1862 to Baroness Anna Preziosiky, with issue.
1.1.1.3.1. Marchesa Sophia Fourniersky, (1864-), married 1882 to Baron Frederick Staal von Holsten.
1.1.1.3.2. Marchesa Marie Fourniersky, (1866-), married 1885 to Baron George Staal von Holsten.
1.1.1.3.3. Marchesa Tatiana Fourniersky, (1869-), married to Baron Clement von Stempel.
1.1.1.4. Marchese Nicholas Fourniersky, (1847-1904), married 1866 to a Russia Noblewomen, with issue.
1.1.1.4.1. Marchesa Antonia Fourniersky, (1869-), married 1892 to Count Sughtelen.
1.1.1.4.2. Marchesa Olga Fourniersky, (1872-), married 1895 to Baron Wallen.
1.1.1.4.3. Marchese Pierre Fourniersky, (1875-1918), Knight of St John of Malta in Russiadunm.
1.1.1.4.4. Marchesa Marie Fourniersky, (1879-), married 1899 to Baron von Laudon.
1.1.1.5. Marchese Grigor Fourniersky, (1850-1927), 5th Marchese, fled to Sweden, married 1872 to Baroness Davida von Mahtz, with issue.
1.1.1.5.1.. Marchese Louis II Fourniersky, (1876-1957), 6th and last Marchesefled to Swedendunm.
1.1.1.5.2. Marchesa Catherine Fourniersky,. (1879-), married 1895 to Baron von Fejnk.
1.1.2. Marchese Louis Fourniersky, (1818-1849), Knight of St John of Malta in Russiadunm.
1.1.3. Marchese Antonio Fourniersky, (1821-1849), Knight of St John of Malta in Russiadunm.
1.1.4. Marchesa Caterina Fourniersky, (1827-), married 1840 to Baron Alessandri Presiosky. .
 
 
-           Duke Testaferrataski of the Russian Empire (cr Dec 1799); extinct 1925.
1. Marchese Giacomo Testaferrata Castelletti, (1749-1801), Patrizio Messina e Roma and Hereditary Knight of the Holy Roman Empire, created Duke in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Duke Paul Testaferratasky, (1801-1859), 2nd Duke, Patrizio Messina e Roma and Hereditary Knight of the Holy Roman Empire, 4th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Duke Giacomo II Testaferratasky, (1825-1877), 3rd Duke, Patrizio Messina e Roma and Hereditary Knight of the Holy Roman Empire, succeeded by his eldest son.
4. Duke Paul II Testaferratasky, (1865-1919), 4th Duke, Patrizio Messina e Roma and Hereditary Knight of the Holy Roman Empire, Knight Professed of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his brother.
5. Duke Giacomo III Testaferratasky, (1872-1925), 5th Duke, Patrizio Messina e Roma and Hereditary Knight of the Holy Roman Empire, succeeded by his uncle.
6. Duke Nicholas Testaferratasky, (1835-1925), 6th and Last Duke, Patrizio Messina e Roma and Hereditary Knight of the Holy Roman Empire, Title become Extinct in 1925.
 
Genealogy:
 
Marchese Gilberto Testaferrata Castelletti, Patrizio Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire(Younger son of the First Marquis di San Vincenzo Ferreri), (1703-74), 1st Marquis 'Testaferrata Castelletti '(Recognised in 1749), Married 1734 to Teodora Vella Abela, with issue. 
1. Marchese Mario Testaferrata Castelletti,Patrizio Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire. 2nd Marquis - See Testaferrata.
2. Marchese Giacomo Testaferrata Castelletti (1749-1801),Patrizio Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire. Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Duke Testaferrata  and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 St PetersburgRussia to Princess Marie Catherina Dolgorovsky, with issue.
2.1. Duke Paul Testaferratasky, Patrizio Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire. 2nd Duke, (1801-59), 4th President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, married 1823 to Baroness Catherine Saidov, with issue.
2.1.1. Duke Giacomo Testaferratasky, Patrizio Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire.3rd Duke, (1825-77), married 1860 to Princess Stephania Gauciski, with issue.
2.1.1.1. Duke Paul Testaferratasky, Patrizio Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire. 4th Duke, (1865-1919),Knight of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
2.1.1.2. Duke Giacomo Testaferratasky, Patrizio Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire. 5th Duke, (1872-1925)Knight of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
2.1.1.3. Duchess Catherine Testaferratasky, Patrizia Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire. (1869 -1943), 1885 to Prince Andrei Sceberrasky, married with issue..
2.1.2. Duchess Aloisea Testaferratasky, Patrizia Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire. (1827-), married 1855 to Baron Nicholas Saidov.
2.1.3. Duchess Tatiana Testaferratasky, Patrizia Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire. (1830-), married 1855 to Baron Giovanni Saidov.
2.1.4. Duke Peter Testaferratasky, Patrizio Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire. (1833-88), married 1858 to Duchess Olga Delicatasky, with issue.
2.1.4.1. Duchess Katherine Testaferratasky, Patrizia Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire., (1860, married 1890 to Prince Michael Xuerebsky.
2.1.4.2. Duchess Sophia Testaferratasky, Patrizia Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire., (1862-, married 1880 to Chev. Antonio Borgsky.
2.1.4.3. Duchess Caroline Testaferratasky, Patrizia Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire. (1865-. married 1892 to Prince Franco Xuerebsky.
2.1.5. Duke Nicholas Testaferratasky, Patrizio Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire. 6th and Last Duke, (1835-1925), Grand Prior and Knight of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
2.1.6. Duchess Olga Testaferratasky, (1829-), Patrizia Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire. married to Baron Domenico Callejasky.
2.2. Duke Peter Testaferratasky, (1804-26), Patrizio Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire. Knight of the Order of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
2.3. Duchess Marie Testaferratasky, Patrizio Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire. (1806-), married 1828 to Count Feodor Galeaov.
2.4. Duchess Antonia Testaferratasky, Patrizio Messina e Roma, e  Noble Tornearius and Armiger of the Holy Roman Empire., (1808-), married 1830 to Prince Andre Sceberrasky.

 

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-           Prince Gauciski of the Russian Empire (cr Dec 1799); extinct 1965.
1. Ludovico Gauci Gualtieri, (1772-1819), created Prince in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, siccueeded by his eldest son.
2. Prince Ivan Gauciov, (1801-1839), 2nd Prince, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Prince Louis II Gauciov, (1826-1878), 3rd Prince, succeeded by his eldest son.
4. Prince Ivan II Gauciov, (1871-1965), 4th and Last Prince, President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile, Title become Extinct in 1965.
 
Genealogy:

 

Dr Gio Nicola Gauci-Apap (c 1691-1767) married 1715 to Modesta Cuschieri Gatt, with issue.
1. Francesco Gauci, Baron Gauci (cr: 1781 for life) Capitano della Verga (r 1799-1800), married 1762 to Antonia Ducoss, with issue.
2. Dr Guis Adriano Gauci ( 1732-91), married 1769 to Lunegunde Azopardi dei Baroni di Buleben, with issue
3. Capt Guiseppe Gauci Kt , married (1) 1764 at Messina, Sicily to Paolina Angelica Costanza dei Duchi di Paganica, married (2) 1771 Messina, Sicily to Contessa Carolina Gualtieri, 4th Countess of Dundee, (1741-1812 Mosta, Malta)., with issue
3.1. (First Marriage) Grazia Gauci, married 1785 Cav. Guiseppe Micallef, (executed by Napoleon in Malta in 1799), with issue.
3.2. Carmelo Gauci, (1769-1823), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Count Gauci and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, Became a Russian Citizen and changed his surname to Gaucisky., married 1799 to Countess Alexia Orlov, with issue.
3.3. Alessandro Gauci, (1767-1811), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Baron Gauci and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta., married 1799 to HH Princess Tatiana Yussupov, with issue.
3.4. Claire Gauci., ‘Nun’, dunm 1825.
3.5. (Second Marriage) Ludovico Gauci-Gualtieri, (1772-1819), Migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Prince Gauci and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, 1st President of the Russian Maltese Chamber of Nobility, married 1799 to Countess Stephanie Tatistcheff, with issue.
3.5.1. Prince Ivan Gauciov, (1801-39), 2nd Prince, married 1824 to Duchess Tatiana Delicatasky, with issue.
3.5.1.1. Prince Louis Gauciov, (1826-78), 3rd Prince, married to Countess Caroline Gauciski. (See Above), with issue. 
3.5.1.1.1. Prince Ivan Gauciov, (1871-1965), 4th and Last Prince,  30th President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile 1929-1934., married 1893 to Countess Anastasia Saidov, with issue.
3.5.1.1.1.1. Princess Caroline Gauciov, (1895-1972)., married 1925 to Sergy Kniazev-Lialine.
3.5.1.1.1.2. Princess Xenia Gauciov, (1899-1945). , married 1917 to Baron Paul Gauciski (see above).
3.5.1.2. Prince Alexis Gauciov, (1830-1905), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia., dunm.
3.5.2. Prince Grigor Gauciov, (1802-99), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
3.5.3. Prince Nicholas Gauciov, (1803-63), married 1829 to Princess Nathalie Viatzensky, with issue.
3.5.3.1. Princess Stephania Gauciov, (1834-), married 1860 to Duke Giacomo Testaferratasky.
3.6. Louisa Gauci-Gualtieri, (1775-1846), ‘Nun’, dunm.
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-           Prince Xuerebski of the Russian Empire (cr Dec 1799); currently in use.
1. Franco Xuereb, (1770-1821), created Prince in 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta in Russia, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Prince Nicolas I Xuerebsky, (1801-1882), 2nd Prince, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Prince Giuseppe Xuerebsky, (1826-1892), 3rd Prince, succeed by his son.
4. Prince Franco II Xuerebsky, (1861-1943), 4th Prince, succeed by his nephew.
5. Prince Giuseppe II Xuerebsky, (1899-1961), 5th Prince, succeeded by his kinsman.
6. Prince Franco III Xuerebsky, (1894-1979), 6th Prince, succeeded by his kinsman.
7. Prince Franco IV Xuerebsky, (1942-1999), 7th Prince, President of the Chamber of Nobility in exile, succeeded by his son.
8. Prince Xan Xuerebsky, (1972-), 8th and Present Prince, President of the Chamber of Nobility in exile, His heir is his son Prince Franco.
 
Genealogy;
 
Franco I Xuereb (1770-1821)migrated to Imperia Russia and Created Prince Xuerebsky and to his descendants by Tsar Paul I 1799 and Knight of St George of Russia and St John of Malta, married 1799 to Princess Catherine Cantemgre., with issue.
1. Prince Nicolas I Xuerebsky,  2nd Prince (1801-82), married 1824 to Baroness Tatiana Damatov, with issue.
1.1. Prince Giuseppe I Xuerebsky, 3rd Prince (1826-92), married 1858 to Princess Margareta Axacov., with issue.
1.1.1. Prince Franco II Xuerebsky, 4th Prince (1861-1943), fled to Norway , married 1892 to Duchess Caroline Testaferratasky, with issue.
1.1.1.1. Prince Giuseppe Xuerebsky, (1896-1918), dunm.
1.1.1.2. Prince Michael Xuerebsky, (1898-1918), dunm.
1.1.2. Prince Nicolas Xuerebsky, (1865-1925), fled to Norway , married 1895 to Princess Louise Xueresbky, with issue.
1.1.2.1. Prince Giuseppe II Xuerebsky, 5th Prince (1899-1961), fled to Norway, dum.
1.1.2.2. Princess Catherine Xuerebsky, (1902-96), married 1921 to Prince Franco Xuerebsky.
1.1.3. Princess Alexandra Xuerebsky, (1868-), married, married 1885 to Prince Grigory Xuerebsky.
1.2. Princess Antonia Xuerebsky, (1829-), married to Duke Peter Bonnicov
1.3. Prince Alexandri Xuerebsky, (1828-1901), Knight of Malta in Russia , dunm.
2. Prince Stefan Xuerebsky, (1803-56), married 1827 to Princess Marie Menschikov, with issue.
2.1. Prince Franco Xuerebsky, (1830-1902), married 1855 to Baroness Marie Balbisky., with issue.
2.1.1. Prince Giuseppe Xuerebsky, (1860-1909), married 1891 to Prince Catherine Xuerebsky, with issue.
2.1.1.1. Prince Franco III Xuerebsky, 6th Prince (1894-1979), fled to Vaucluse France, 37th President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile 1959-1964, married Princess Catherine Xuerebsky, with issue.
2.1.1.1.1. Princess Xenia Xuerebsky, (1923-., married to Prince Gregory Xuerebsky.
2.1.1.1.2. Princess Victorie Xuerebsky, (1924-., married 1953 to Baron Boris Disterlo.
2.1.1.1.3. Princess Lavina Xuerebsky, (1926-., married 1954 to Baron Jean Callejasky.
2.1.1.1.4. Princess Marie Xuerebsky, (1928-., married 1963 to Baron Edgar Agiusky.
2.1.1.1.5. Princess Tina Xueresbky, (1930 , married 1965 to Count Vincenzo Isouardov.
2.1.1.2. Princess Tatiana Xuerebsky, (1896-), married 1925 to Peter Abaza.
2.1.2. Prince Grigory Xuerebsky, (1862-1934), fled to Slovenia married 1885 to Princess Alexandria Xuerebsky, with issue.
2.1.2.1. Prince Paul Xuerebsky, (1887-1953), married 1915 to Countess Leonora Carabottsky, with issue.
2.1.2.1.1. Prince Grigory Xuerebsky, (1917-63), married 1940 to Princess Xena Xuerebsky, with issue.
2.1.2.1.1.1. Prince Franco IV Xuerebsky, 7th Prince (1942-99), married 1970 to Baroness Patricia Deseriov, with issue.
2.1.2.1.1.1.1. Prince Xan Xuerebsky, 8th Prince (1972-.President of the Chamber of Nobility 2004 -2009, married 2000 to Countess Angela Bobrinsky, with issue.
2.1.2.1.1.1.1.1. Princess Eleanore Xuerebsky, (2003-, married 2022 to Prince Stefano Xuerebsky, (See below).
2.1.2.1.1.1.1.2. Prince Franco Xuerebsky, (2006-, heir.
2.1.2.1.1.1.2. Princess Carla Xueresbky, (1975-., married 2008 to Baron Jan Callejasky, with issue.
2.1.2.1.2. Prince Maurice Xuerebsky, (1919-45), dunm..
2.1.2.2. Prince Casimir Xuerebsky, (1889-1925), married 1920 to Baroness Catherine Assenzaov, with issue.
2.1.2.2.1. Princess Lara Xueresbky, (1922- 2012), married 1948 to Chev Anton Borgsky.
2.1.2.2.2. Princess Tamara Xuerebsky, (1925- 79), dunm.
2.1.2.3. Princess Laura Xuerebsky, (1892-1940), married 1920 to Count Enrico Barclay de Tolly.
2.2. Prince Paul Xuerebsky, (1832-86), married 1859 to Countess Caterina Isouardov., with issue.
2.2.1. Prince Michael Xuerebsky, (1863-1919), married 1890 to Duchess Katherine Testaferratasky, with issue.
2.2.1.1. Princess Pauline Xuerebsky, (1892-1990), married 1923 to Count Ivan Kuruta.
2.2.1.2. Prince Stefan Xuerebsky, (1895 - 1996), married 1950 to Princess Anastasia Balbisky, with issue.
2.2.1.2.1.  Prince Michel Xueresbky, (1952-., married 1987 to Countess Xenia Tohl, with issue.
2.2.1.2.1.1. Princess Fredericke Xuerebsky, (1990-, married 2010 St Petersburgh Russia to Count Nick Isouardov.
2.2.1.2.1.2. Princess Henrietta Xuerebsky, (1995-, married 2011 to Baron Nicholas Deseriov.
2.2.1.2.1.3. Prince Stefano Xuerebsky., (2000-, married 2022 to Princess Eleanore Xuerebsky, (See above).
2.2.2. Princess Catherine Xuerebsky, (1865-), married 1891 to Princess Giuseppe Xuerebsky.
2.2.3. Princess Louise Xuerebsky, (1868-), married 1897 to Princess Nicholas Xuerebsky.
2.3. Prince Stefan Xuerebsky, (1834-1925), Knight of Malta in Russia , dunm.
3. Princess Victoria Xuerebsky, (1804-), married 1820 to Duke Daniel Bonicov.
4. Prince Alexandri Xuerebsky, (1806-83), Knight of St John of Malta in Russia , dunm.
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-           Tagliaferro, Hereditary Knight of the Russian Empire (cr Nov 1810); dormant or extinct 1991.
1. Biagio Tagliaferro, (d. 1862), created Hereditary Knight of St John of Malta in Russia Empire and St George of Russia, succeeded by his son.
2. Chevalier Girolamo Tagliaferro, (1812-1895), 2nd Hereditary Knight, created Count in 1892 by Pope Leo XIII, succeeded by his eldest son.
3. Conte Alfredo Tagliaferro, (1853-1913), 3rd Hereditary Knight and 2nd Papal Conte, dying without issue. Title succeeded by pretence to cousin.
4. Chevalier James Napoleon Tagliaferro, (1857-1939), "4th" Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his grandson.
5. Chevalier Ledlie Eugene Tagliaferro, (1907-1991), "5th" Hereditary Knight, succeeded by his son.
6. Chevalier Geoffrey Tagliaferro, "6th" Hereditary Knight.
 
Genealogy - [Link].
 
Baron Preziosisky of the Russian Empire (cr Sept 1880), extinct 1959.
1. Ignor Preziosisky, (1856-1919), created Baron of the Russian Empire in 1880, succeeded by his eldest son.
2. Baron Tommaso Preziosisky, (1882-1959), 2nd and Last Baron, 29th President of the Chamber of Nobility in Exile 1924-1929Title became extinct in 1959.
 
Genealogy - [see above].
 

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