Ciantar1739

Conte Ciantar, 1739, 1745, 1747, 1761.

 
Granted to:  Giovanni Antonio Ciantar.
By: Mary I, Queen of Portugal
On: 1739 at Lisbon, Portugal.
With Remainder to: to his male heirs.
List of Title holders: 
Granted to:  Giovanni Antonio Ciantar.
By: Louis XV, King of France.
On: 1745 at Versaille, France.
With Remainder to: to his male heirs.
List of Title holders: 
1. Giovanni Antonio Ciantar, (d. 1765), 1st Comte, succeeded by nomination in his will to his younger son.
2. Conte Luigi Ciantar Paleologo, (d. 1803), 2nd Comte, succeeded by his son.
3. Conte Salvatore Ciantar Paleologo, (d. 1846), 3rd Comte, succeeded by his son.
4. Conte Luigi Ciantar Preziosi, (c. 1858), 4th Comte, succeeded by his grandson.
5. Nobile Salvatore Debono Preziosi, (d. 1910), 5th Comte, succeeded by his sister.
6. Nobile Marianna Debono Preziosi, (d. 1917), 6th "Comtesse", succeeded by her cousin.
7. Nobile Alfred Nicosia Ciantar, (d. 1927), 7th Comte, succeeded by his son.
8. Nobile James Joseph Nicosia Turnbull, (d. 1963), 8th Comte, succeeded by his brother.
9. Nobile Joseph James Nicosia Turnbull, (d. 1964), 9th Comte, succeeded by his son.
 
Heir: Nobile Paul Nicosia Turnbull, (1965-Contino Ciantar.
Heir General: Nobile Matthew Nicosia Turnbull, (2002-.
 
Granted to:  Giovanni Antonio Ciantar.
By: Louis XV, King of France.
On: 1747 at Versaille, France.
With Remainder to: life only.
List of Title holders: 
1. Giovanni Antonio Ciantar, (d. 1765), 1st Comte, extinct.
 
Granted to:  Giovanni Antonio Ciantar.
By: Louis XV, King of France.
On: 1761 at Versaille, France.
With Remainder to: Life only.
List of Title holders: 
1. Giovanni Antonio Ciantar, (d. 1765), 1st Comte, extinct.
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