Imperial House of Paleologo


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Alexios PalaiologosMegas Dux, married to Irene Komnene Kantakouzenos, with issue.
1.1. Michael VIII Paleologo, (1224-82), Emperor of the Byzantine Empire (r. 1259-82), married to Princess Theodora Dukas who was the daughter of Emperor John III Dukas Vatatzes., with issue.
1.1.1. Prince Manuel Paleologo, (1254-59), d.inf.
1.1.2. Andronicus II Paleologo, (1259-1332), Emperor of the Byzantine Empire, (r. 1282-1328), married (1) 1273 to Princess Anna of Hungary, married (2) 1285  to Yolanda di Montferrat, with issue. Michael IX Paleologo, (1277-1320), Co-Emperior of the Byzantine Empire, (r. 1295-1320), married 1295 to Princess Rita of Armenia, with issue. Andronicus III Paleologo, (1296-1341), Emperor of the Byzantine Empire, (r. 1328-41), married (1) 1318 to Adelaide von Brunschweig, married (2) 1326 to Joanna Anna di Savoie, Regent of Byzantium (r. 1341-47), with issue. John V Paleologo, (1332-91), Emperor of the Byzantine Empire, (r 1341-91), married 1347 to Princess Helene Kantkouzene of the Byzantium, with issue. Andronicus IV Paleologo, (1348-85), Emperor of the Byzantine Empire, (r. 1376-79), married 1365 to Princess Maria of Bulgaria, with issue. John VII Paleologo, (1370-1408), Co– Emperor of the Byzantine Empire, (r. 1390, 1398-1402), married 1397 to Eirene Gattilusa of Lesbos (see on this page), with issue. Andronicus V Paleologo, (d. 1408), Co-Emperor of the Byzantine Empire, (1402-1408)dunm, aged 7. Manuel II Paleologo, (1350-1425), Emperor of the Byzantine Empire, (r. 1391-1425), married 1392 to Jelena Dragas, with issue. John VIII Paleologo, (1392-1448), Co-Emperor of the Byzantine Empire, (r. 1421-25), Emperor of the Byzantine, (r. 1425-48), married (1) 1409 to Princess Anna of Moscow, married (2) 1421 to Sophia di Montferrat, married (3) 1427 to Princess Maria Komnene of Trapezunt, dsp. Prince Constantine Paleologo, (1393-1405), dunm. Prince Theodore Paleologo, (1394-1448), Despot of Achaia, (Cr 1407) Despot of Mistra , (Cr 1443 Principe di Selimbria), married 1421 to Cleofa Malatesta di Pesaro e Fano, with issue. Princess Helena Paleologo, (1428-58), married 1441 to John III de Lusignan, King of Cyprus. (illegitimate from Wet Nurse)(*1) Prince Thomas Emanuele Peter de Paleologo, (1425-75), (Migrated with Helena to Cyprus). Titular 2nd Despot of Mystra and Prince of SelimbriaChamberlain of the State in Cyprus,  married at Messina 1447 to Isabella di Lotto, with issue. Prince Michele Theodore Paleologo, (1449-84), Titular 3rd Despot of Mystra and Prince of Selimbria. Married 1465 to Contessa Marietta Spadafora, with issue. Prince Giovanni Theodore Paleologo, (1468-1518), Titular 4th Despot of Mystra and Prince of Selimbria, married 1494 to Princess Eleanora de Lusignan, with issue. Prince Giovanni Giorgio Paleologo, (1499-71), Titular 5th Despot of Mystra and Prince of SelimbriaTitular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1543-71), married 1523 Messina to Bianca Giustiniani, with issue. Prince Demetrio Paleologo, (1527-95), Titular 6th Despot of Mystra and Prince of SelimbriaTitular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1571-95), married 1552 to Caterina Sommaripa, with issue. Prince Gerolamo Paleologo, (1553-1608), Titular 7th Despot of Mystra and Prince of SelimbriaTitular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1595-1608), married 1578 to N. Barozzi de la Roche, with issue. Prince Gerolamo Paleologo, (1582-1624), Titular 8th Despot of Mystra and Prince of SelimbriaTitular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1608-24)Recognised by Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor in 1576., married 1608 with issue. Prince Gio Andrea Paleologo, (1610-61), Titular 9th Despot of Mystra and Prince of SelimbriaTitular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1624-61), Recognized by Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor in 1630. married 1632 with issue. Prince Gerolamo Paleologo, (1633-64), Titular 10th Despot of Mystra and Prince of SelimbriaTitular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1661-64), “Priest”, dunm. Prince Roderico Paleologo, (1635-69), Titular 11th Despot of Mystra and Prince of SelimbriaTitular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1664-69), married 1657 with issue. Prince Gio Andrea Paleologo, (1658-72), Titular 12th Despot of Mystra and Prince of Selimbria, Titular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1669-72), dunm. Prince Gerolamo Paleologo, (1659-70), dunm. Prince Francesco Paleologo, (1661-1708), Titular 13th Despot of Mystra and Prince of SelimbriaTitular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1672-1708), married 1675 with issue. Prince Pietro Giuseppe Paleologo, (1673-1706), married 1702 with issue. Prince Gio Antonio Paleologo, (1704-60), Titular 15th Despot of Mystra and Prince of SelimbriaTitular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1739-60), married 1749 with issue. Prince Antonio Paleologo, (1751-89), Titular 16th Despot of Mystra and Prince of SelimbriaTitular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1760-89), dunm. Prince Gio Antonio Paleologo, (1759-1826), Titular 17th Despot of Mystra and Prince of SelimbriaTitular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1789-1826), married with issue. Prince Gio Antonio Paleologo, (1816-74), Titular 18th Despot of Mystra and Prince of SelimbriaTitular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1826-74), dunm. (In his last will and testament dated 6th August 1874 his hereditary rights to be successed by his cousins – Byzantine to his Aunts son and the titles of Selimbria and Mistra to his next male heir). Princess Caterina Paleologo (1760-), married to Nicola de Paleologo (former slave of Prince Gio Antonio), with issue. Giuseppe de Paleologo, (1790-1860), married to Maria Bertani, with issue. Gerolamo de Paleologo, (1823-1901), succeeded as Titular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1874-1901), married to Luisa Casaccia, with issue. Prince Enrico Paleologo, (1857-1931), Titular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1901-31), married to Bianca Gazzo-Scialero, with issue. Prince Cesare Paleologo, (1890-1951), Titular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1931-51), married to Adalgesia Evangelisti-Paci, with issue. Prince Enrico Costantino de Vigo Aleramico Lascaris Paleologo, (1918-2012)., Present Titular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1951-2012), married with issue. Prince Gio Antonio Paleologo, (1678-1739),  Titular 14th Despot of Mystra and Prince of Selimbria, Titular Emperor of the Byzantium, (r. 1708-39)    Recognised by Charles VI Holy Roman Emperor on the 5th April 1720., dunm. Prince Giovanni Giorgio Paleologo, (1556-96) Settled in Messina, married 1580 to N. Barozzo de la Roche, with issue. Prince Giorgio Paleologo, (1531-1628),  married 1552 to Lucia Sayd, with issue. Princessa Maria Paleologo, married 1582 to Nobile Filippo Staffragi, with issue. Caterina Stafrag, married 1601 to Michele Wizzini of Syros Is, with issue. Pietro Wizzini-Paleologo, married 1626 Valletta to Lorenza Tonna, with issue. Captaino Paolo Wizzini Paleologo, married (1) 1656 Valletta to Elena Brix, married (2) 1673 to Eufemia Vella, with issue . (Second marriage) Ignazio Francesco Wizzini Paleologo, (1674-1744), 1st Conte Wzzini Paleologo (Cr:1711 (??) by Pope Clement XI (??)), Published sources show this title of Conte enjoyed by the family Wzzini Paleologo as having been granted by Pope Clement XI on the 8 November 1711 and enjoying precedence in Malta with effect from 1722. This is not the case and does no justice to the conjectural exercise carried out by the 1878 Commissioners who in upholding this title, could not point out how, when and in whose favour it originated and, moreover, they stated that thee was no proof that this family was in possession of the title of Conte prior to the year 1722!. In this case, no grant relative to the title in question appears to have been registered in the Cancelleria of the Order. This title was examined as one of many other titles described in the Section of the report headed Titles granted by foreign sovereigns during the Government of the Order of the Knights of Malta (See:- Correspondence and Report of the Commission appointed to enquire into the claims and grievances of the Maltese Nobility, May 1878, presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty (C.-2033.) (See Report Paras. 192-198). Moreover, the Commissioners arriving at their decision allowing this claim, attested that there was no proof of the title existing at any time before 1722. In view of the fact that the earliest reference of this title is found in a letter dated 1722 of Grand Master Zondadari to Ignazio Wzzini, it follows that this title is for all intents considered as one that originated in Malta, even though it was considered by the Commissioners under the section dedicated to foreign titles. In regard to remainder of this title, it would appear on the basis of the Commissioners observations, that the title may be transmitted to male descendants descending through a female line by regular primogeniture. In fact the report observed that the title originally made out in favour of Wzzini was eventually succeeded to by the Ciantar Paleologo family whilst that cadets of that family are only entitled to the designation dei Conti (ex Comitibus).[1]; Married 1694 to Generosa Vella Abela dei Baroni di San Giovanni, with issue. Maria Teodora Wizzini Paleologo, (1696-1778), 2nd Contessa Wzzini Paleologo, married to Count Gio Antonio Ciantar, (Created in 1739 in Portugal, and 1745 in France.), Patrican of Rome 1744 Contessa Alessandra Wizzini, (1700-47), married 1721 to Luigi Preziosi. Contessa Francesca Wizzini, (1704-56), married 1735 to Carlo Viani. Contessa Caterina Wizzini, married 1732 Valletta to Gerolamo Grungo. Rev. Luigi Maria Wizzini, (1676-1717), dunm. Fr. Francesco Wizzini, (1678-1767), dunm. Maddalena Wizzini, married 1664 Senglea to Nobile Ignazio Gili. Caterina Wizzini, married 1642 Vittoriosa to Michele Fontani. (issue from Domenica N), Francesca Wizzini, married (1) to Antonio Micallef, married (2) 1676 Valletta to Carlo de Marco. Blasio Wizzini. Francesco Filippo Wizzini, (Testament 1628 Notary Tomaso de Candia), married 1617 Senglea to Nobile Giuseppa Casanova, with issue. Ignazio Wizzini sives Wzzini, married 1656 Senglea to Giulia Daviano, with issue. Francesco Wizzini, married 1687 Senglea to Nobile Maria Cornari. Antonio sives Anastasio Wizzini, married Caterina…, with issue Francesco Wizzino, married 1659 to Anna Maria Bonici, with issue. Gio Batta Wizzini, migrated to Livorno and returned, married in Livorno to Francesca N, with issue. Giuseppe Wizzini, married 1727 Valletta to Clara Vella. Antonio Wizzini, married to Maria N, with issue. Antonio Wizzini, married to Anna Ballio, with issue. Giuseppe Wizzini, married 1774 Valletta to Francesca Fenech, with issue. Antonio Wizzini, married 1796 Senglea to Rosa Sapiano. Pasquale Wizzini, married 1802 Senglea to Pasquale Caracelli. Angela Wizzini, married 1779 Senglea to Ignazio Giusti. Maddalena Wizzini, married 1680 Vittoriosa to Basileo Palumbo. Francesco Wizzini, married to Ventura N, with issue. Maria Wizzini, married 1758 Valletta to Arcangelo Caruana. Veronica Wizzini, married 1690 Vittoriosa to Gio Nicola Desira. Gio Domenico Wizzini, married 1691 Lija to Vittoria Agius. Margherita Wizzini, married 1702 Valletta to Giuseppe Bonello. Anna Wizzini, married 1687 to Silvestrino Saliba, with issue. Sapienza Wizzini, married 1661 to Mallioto Fiteni. Marietta Wizzini, married NN Gatto, with issue. Elisabetta Gatto Wizzini, married to Antonino Grungo. Angelica Wizzini, married 1630 Senglea to Vincenzo d’Andrea sives d Andrea, with issue. Margherita d’Andrea, married (1) 1671 Valletta to Mro Matteolo Perrone, married (2) 1676 Valletta to Raffaele Mullef. Anna Maria d’Andrea, married (1) 1656 Valletta to Pierre Roger of France, married (2) 1670 Valletta to Marcello di Martino, married (3) 1692 Valletta to Ignazio Vella. Isabella d’Andrea, married 1668 Valletta to Gio Battista Fenech. Salvatore d’Andrea, married 1689 Vittoriosa to Anna Marie Louise Dudley dei Duchi di Northumbria, with issue. Nicola d’Andrea dei Duchi di Northumbria, married 1736 Zejtun to Margherita Deguara, with issue. Paola d’Andrea, married 1758 Zejtun to Lucio Caruana, with issue. Rosa Caruana, married 1802 Zejtun to Nobile Salvatore Barbara, 2nd Barone Barbara in the Kingdom of Naples. Maria d’Andrea, married 1774 Vittoriosa to Giuseppe Spiteri. Giuseppe d’Andrea, married 1753 Mdina to Rosa Gambin, with issue. Gusmana d’Andrea, married 1774 Vittoriosa to Salvatore di Michele. Caterina d’Andrea, married 1750 Vittoriosa to Demetrio Fucar of Cefalonia residing in Vittoriosa, with issue. Giuseppe Fucar sives Valaro, married 1771 Vittoriosa to Maria Caruana, with issue. Aloisia Valaro, married 1803 Vittoriosa to Emanuele Tagliaferro. Elizabetta Fucar, married 1771 Vittoriosa to Antonio Caruana. Francesca Fucar, married 1774 Vittoriosa to Giuseppe Bugeja. Natalizia Wizzini, married to Antonino d’Andrea, with issue. Giovanna d’Andrea, married 1649 Vittoriosa to Salvatore Coleiro. Teresa d’Andrea, married 1655 Vittoriosa to Michele Rosso. Placido Wizzini, Testament 1627 by Notary Vincenzo Xiberras. Mro Alessandro Stafrag, married 1621 Tarxiem to Lucrezia Magro, with issue. Giacoma Staffragi, married 1647 to Andrea Bianco, with issue (other descendants here). Maria Bianco, married 1683 Tarxiem to Battista Torrou, with issue. Valerio Torrou sives Torpiano, married 1730 Cospicua to Anna German, with issue. Maria Maddalena Torpiano, married (1) 1759 Cospicua to Pietro Gerada, married (2) 1763 Cospicua to Aloisio Bremun, with issue. (Second marriage) Maria Belmont Torpiano sives Bremun, married 1798 Valletta to Salvatore Mamo. Lazzaro Torrou sives Torpiano, married 1703 Cospicua to Caterina Meilach, with issue. Pasquale Torpiano, married 1741 Cospicua to Giovanna Schembri. Giuseppe Torrou sives Torpiano, married 1707 Cospicua to Teresa Xampagna. Gio Maria Staffragi, married (1) 1644 Tarxiem to Maria Bianco, married (2) 1641 Zabbar to Angelica Xuereb, with issue. (Second marriage) Filippo Stafrag, married (1) 1671 Cospicua to Isabella Mallia, married (2) 1679 Cospicua to Gioannella Xiriha, married (3) 1707 Cospicua to Graziella Debono, married 1741 Cospicua to Maria Anna Cachia, with issue. (Fourth marriage) Francesco Stafrag, married 1783 Cospicua to Teresa Bovett, with issue. Giuseppe Strafrag, married 1806 Valletta to Rosaria Camilleri, with issue. Giovanni Stafrace, married 1851 Cospicua to Giuseppa Seisun, with issue. Carmela Stafrace, (1854 Valletta -), married 1877 Bone, Algeria to Giuseppe Teuma. Francesco Stafrace, married 1831 Valletta to Antonia Busuttil, with issue. Maddalena Stafrace, married 1848 Cospicua to (Uncle) Paolo Stafrace, (see below). Lorenzo Stafrace, married 1829 Valletta to Giovanna Deluca. Paolo Stafrace, married 1848 Cospicua to Maddalena Stafrace, (Niece). Carmela Stafrace, married 1848 Valletta to Antonio Rizzo. Maria Stafrace, married 1843 Valletta to Giuseppe Linandri. Vincenzo Stafrace, married 1842 Valletta to Maria Debono, with issue. Carmela Stafrace, (1844 Valletta -), married 1860 to George Grumble Glanville, with issue. Sarah Glanville. Harriett Glanville. Joseph Glanville. Anna Josephine Glanville, (1877 Senglea -), married to Henry George Tong of England, with issue. Enrico Tong, (1908-1974), married to Maria Concetta Agius, with issue. John Tong, (1949-. Mary Tong, (1939-1995), marked 1960 Paola to Carmelo Tortell. George Tong, (d. 1946). Walter Edmond Tong, (1900-1979). Anna Josephine Tong, (1877-). Carry Tong, (1905-1923), dunm. Giuseppa Rosaria Starch, (1846-. Maria Stafrace, married 1815 Valletta to Salvatore Calleja. Caterina Stafrace, married 1811 Valletta to Lorenzo Zammit. (Third marriage) Lorenzo Stafrach, married 1741 Cospicua to Maria Cachia, with issue. Teresa Stafrach,married 1778 Cospicua to Natale Damato, with issue. Lorenzo Damato, married 1801 Cospicua to Maria Mercieca, with issue. Natale Damato, married 1836 Cospicua to Agostina Corso Aloisio Damato, married (1) 1825 Cospicua to Maria Mifsud, married (2) 1844 Cospicua to Liberata Attard, with issue. (First marriage) Lorenzo Damato, married 1849 Cospicua to Maria Anna Micallef. Margherita Damato,   married 1827 Cospicua to Andrea Xerri. Maria Anna Damato,  married 1839 Cospicua to Antonio Buttigieg. Maria Damato, married 1796 Cospicua to Carlo Abela. Maria Concetta Damato, married 1812 Cospicua to Lorenzo Pisci. Margherita Stafrach, married 1782 Cospicua to Agostino Rivano of Genoa, Italy. (Fourth marriage) Teresa Stafrach,  married 1784 Valletta to Feliciano Cassar, with issue. Carlo Cassar, married 1810 Vittoriosa to Vincenza Gatt, with issue. Maruzzo Stafrach, married (1) 1676 Valletta to Enziona Bezzina, married (2) 1718 Zejtun to Caterina Buttigieg, with issue. (Second marriage) Teresa Stafrach,  married 1700 Zabbar to Lorenzo Bonavia. Andrea Stafrach, married 1705 Zejtun to Filippa Xicluna. Giuseppe Stafrach, married 1670 Zabbar to Giacinta Casha. Lorenza Stafrach, married (1) 1682 Cospicua to Salvatore Cristiano, married (2) 1687 Zabbar to Desidero Abela. Gio Paolo Stafrach, married 1658 Ghaxaq to Speranza Farrugia. Clemente Stafrach, married (1) 1659 Cospicua to Isabella Caruana, married (2) 1667 Tarxiem to Rosalia Farrugia, with issue. (First marriage) Imperia Stafrach,  married 1686 Ghaxaq to Giuseppe Migliarelli. (Second marriage) Domenica Stafrach,  married 1692 Zejtun to Giorgio Castellar. Matteo Straffragi, married 1676 Zejtun to Domenica Baldacchino, with issue. Giovanni Stafrag, married 1711 Zejtun to Caterina Camilleri, with issue. Giuseppe Stafrag, married 1734 Ghaxaq to Caterina Bonnici, with issue. Francesco Stafrag, married 1776 Cospicua to Rosalia Spiteri, with issue. Giuseppe Stafrag, married 1805 Zejtun to Angela Busuttil, with issue. Francesca Stafrace, married 1831 Cospicua to Lorenzo Seisun. Salvatore Stafrach, married 1757 Qormi to Rosa Cremona, with issue. Giuseppe Stafrach, married 1792 Cospicua to Fortunata Tabone, with issue. Paolo Stafrach, married 1819 Cospicua to Rosina Cassar, with issue. Giuseppe Stafrach, (1831 Cospicua – 1875 Philippeville, Algeria), married 1856 Vittoriosa to Lorenza Curmi, with issue. Carmeno Stafrach, (1859 Philippeville, Algeria -), married 1881 Philippeville, Algeria to Marie Victorine Lopez, with issue. Josephine Stafrach, (1882-), d.inf. Jean Baptiste Stafrach, (1884 Philippeville, Algeria -, married 1907 Philippeville, Algeria to Elisabeth di Gaetano. Joseph Louis Stafrach, (1886 Philippeville, Algeria -, married 1911 Philippeville, Algeria to Antoinette Catherine Saliba. Reine Carmelle Stafrach, (1889 Philippeville, Algeria – 1959 Algeria), married 1912 Philippeville, Algeria to Louis Marius Audibert. Charles Paul Stafrach, (1895 Philippeville, Algeria – 1954 Maison Carree, Algeria), married 1920 Algeria to Carmene Morant. Paul Antoine Stafrach, (1897 Philippeville, Algeria -, married 1921 Algeria to Therese Marie Morant. Alexandre Antoine Stafrach, (1900 Philippeville, Algeria -, married (1) 1923 Algeria to Charlotte Darmani, married (2) 1942 Hussein Dey, Algeria to Leonie Josephine Pandolfi. Rose Stafrach, (1862 Philippeville, Algeria -), married 1881 Philippeville, Algeria to Charles Henri Lopez. Jeanne Castagnette Stafrach, (1865 Philippeville, Algeria -), married 1881 Philippeville, Algeria to Louis Carmeo Thomas Gatt. Paul Stafrach, (1874 Philippeville, Algeria – 1889 Philippeville, Algeria), dunm. Maria Stafrach, married 1651 Ghaxaq to Domenico Zingheir. Evangelista Stafrach, married (1) 1654 Ghaxaq to Mro Bendo Xicluna, married (2) 1677 Ghaxaq to Domenico Busuttil. Caterina Stafrach, married (1) 1654 Ghaxaq to Domenico Abela, married (2) 1663 Ghaxaq to Andrea d’Armenia. Papas Emanuele Paleologo, (Greek Priest of Our Lady of Damascus in Valletta from 1668-1691), dunm. Sr Lucia Paleologo, Nun, dunm. Maria Antonia Paleologo, d.inf. Gio Giorgio Paleologo, (d. 1634), dunm. Fra Giovanni Paleologo, Greek Priest in Messina, dunm. Sr Maria Eleanora Paleologo, Nun(Mistress to Iacobus Heraclides, Prince of Moldavia). Princess Margherita Paleologo, married 1512 Crete to Nicola Pisani. Prince Andronikos Paleologo, (1400-28), Despot of Thessalonica, married to Nobile Theodora Notarasdsp. Constantine XI Paleologo,  (1405-53), Last Emperor of the Byzantine Empire, (r 1448-53), married (1) 1428 to Maddalena Theodora Tocco del Zante, married (2) 1441 Aikatherina Gattilusa of Lesbos, (see below), married (3) 1443 to Caterina Notaras, with issue. (Third marriage) Princess Theodora Paleologo, married to Isaac Flavius Comnenos, Prince of Trebizond. Prince Demetrios Paleologo, (1407-70), Despot of Mistra, married (1) 1436 to Zoe Paraspondylina, married 1441 to Theodora Asanina, with issue. (Second Marriage) Princess Helena Paleologo, (1442-70), married to Sultan Mehmed II of the Ottoman Empire. Prince Tomaso Paleologo, (1409-65), Despot of MoreaTitular Emperor of the Byzantine (r. 1453-65)., married 1430 to Caterina Zaccaria, (See below)., with issue. Prince Andreas Paleologo, (1453-1502), Titular Emperor of the Byzantine, (r. 1465-1502 sold rights to King Louis XII then to Queen Isabella I and King Ferdinand V of Spain)Titular Despot of Morea, married in Rome to Maria Caterina Gattilusio, (see below), with issue. Prince Constantine Paleologo, Commander of the Papal Guard,. dspl. (illegitimate) Domitilla Paleologo, mistress to Conte Evandro Conti. Princess Marie Paleologo, married to Prince Vassili Mikhailovich of Moscow, Prince of Lubeck, with issue. Prince Ivan Mikhailovich Mozhaiskaya. Princess Anastasia Mikhailovich Mozhaiskaya. Prince Vasili Mikhaiovich Mozhaiskaya. Prince Manuel Paleologo, (1455-1516), married Princess Malkhatoun Zulkadr of Cappadocia, with issue. Prince John Paleologo., married to Maria Phocas de Colneat, died in Turkey. 1558., with issue. Prince Theodore Paleologo, (1504-40)., with issue. Prince Prospero Paleologo of Pesaro, with issue. Prince Camillo Paleologo, with issue. Prince Theodore Paleologo, (d. 1636) of Landulph Castle Cornwall, England, married to Mary Balls of Suffolk, with issue. Prince John Paleologo, died in the battle of Naseby 1645. Prince Theodore Paleologo, Captain in the Parliamentary Army in England, (buried at Westminister Abbey London), dsp 1644. Prince Ferdinando Paleologo, (d. 1671), buried in Barbados Is., married to Rebecca Pomfret, with issue. Prince Theodore Paleologos of Wrapping Kent, England, died at Corunna Spain 1693, married but dsp. Prince Riccardo Paleologo of Strettle, Isle of Wight, England, (1506-51), married to Joanne Dauntsey, with issue. Prince William Paleologo, (1525-96), married to Frances Turges, with issue. Prince Barnabas Paleologo, (1556-1606), married to Elzabeth Myll, with issue. Prince John Paleologo, (1602-83), married to Joanna Meux, with issue. Prince James Paleologo, (1640-1705), married to Sarah Dillington, (d/o Sir Robert Dillington Bt), with issue. Prince Abraham Paleologo, (1674-1753), married to Elzabeth Cooke, with issue. Prince Abraham Paleologo, (1707-73), married to Mary Oglander-Smythe, with issue. Capt. Prince James Paleologo RN., (1741-1822), married to Jenny Urry-Jacobs, with issue. Prince John Paleologo, (1769-1835), married to Elizabeth Stevens, with issue. Princess Phoebe Paleologo, dunm. Prince Isaac Paleologo, (1806-76), married to Marie de Meulan, with issue. Prince Samuel Paleologo, (1842-92), Officer of the French Army, married to Mary de Comyns, with issue. Princess Robina Paleologo, (1880-1976), married to Francis Miles. Prince Abraham Paleologo, (1812-92), married to Anne Wells, with issue. Prince James Paleologo, (1848-86), married to Louise Wheder, with issue. Princess Nellie Louise Paleologo, married to John Edward Wright. Princess Elizabeth Paleologo, married to Ivan Dolgorouky. Princess Sarah Paleologo, married 1801 to Fedor Jaloweicki. Princess Maria Paleologo, married to Sergei Dolgorouky. Prince Andrea Paleologo, Nobile of Messina Sicily, married (1) N, married (2) N, married (3) 1576 to Nobile Caterina Crispo de Sira, with issue. (Third marriage) Prince Demetrios Paleologo, (d. 1662), married to Donna Giovanna della Re-Paleologo.,  with issue. Prince Andrea Paleologo, (1626-64), married to Lucrezia Bonanno, with issue. Prince Antonio Paleologo, (1658-83), dsp. Prince Gaetano Paleologo, married to Margherita Magretti, with issue. Prince Andreas Pietro Paleologo, married to Anna Nobili, with issue. Prince Gaetano Antonio Paleologo, (1711-), married to Benedetta Cullura, with issue. Prince Giuseppe Raffaele Paleologo, (1777-), married to Maria Corica, with issue. Prince Gaetano Salvatore Paleologo, (1817-1909), married to Paola Busacca, with issue. Prince Giuseppe Paleologo, (1837-1929), married to Concetta Alessandro, with issue. Prince Gaetano Paleologo, (1874-1962), married to Maria Fegino, with issue. Prince Giuseppe Paleologo, (1925-., married to Anna Grasso, with issue. Prince Costantino Paleologo, (1959-1962), d.inf. Prince Giovanni Paleologo, (1879-1937), married to Teresa Forzano, with issue. Prince Gius Gaetano Paleologo, (1901-64), married to Angela Mannino, with issue. Prince Dr. Giovanni Paleologo, (1930-., married to Mary Fisher-Rowe, sp. Prince Gian Giorgio Paleologo, (1937-., married to Maria Grazia Cortoggiani, with issue. Prince Gius Andrea Paleologo, (1967-. Prince Antonio Paleologo, (1886-), married with issue. Prince Giuseppe Paleologo, (1911-). Princess Irene Paleologo married 1667 to Vincenzo Inellas de Clazomene. Prince Gaetano Paleologo, (1660-), dsp. Princess Marietta Paleologo, married 1651 Valletta Malta to Lazzaro Veneziano, 7th Barone of Fiddien. Prince Andronicus Paleologo, married to Theodora Zamblaco, became a Muslin. died 1544., with issue. Prince Andreas Paleologo, (1530-1605), married to Sophia de Movila, with issue. Prince Johannes Paleologo, (1577-1633), married to Anna Krivez de Rhedio, with issue. Prince Manuel Paleologo, (1622-73), married to “Princess” Anna Cantacuzena, with issue. Prince Tomaso Paleologo, (1652-1743), married to Giovanna Ghika, with issue. Prince Andronicus Paleologo, (1690-1743), married with issue.  Prince Rodokan Paleologo, (1735-80), married to Helena Juliani, with issue. Princess Zoe Paleologo, (1762-1867), married to Barbo Vacaresco of Cracova. Princess Maria Paleologo, (1722-47), married to Giovanni Maria Ghika, “Assumed the surname of Paleologo“. Tomaso Ghika-Paleologo, (1745-79), married to Caterina Paleologo di Monferrato (see below)., with issue. Theodore Ghika Paleologo, (1770-1826), married to Helene Comnena, with issue. Matteo Ghika Paleologo, (1793-1825), married 1816 to (Distant cousin) Elisa Vacaresco, with issue. John Ghika Paleologo, (1819-1875), married 1838 to Helene Gradisteano, with issue. Gregory Ghika Paleologo, (1843-1902), married to Alexandrine Boutcoulesco, dsp. (Adopted two sons, one being Prince Paul Theodore Paleologue-Crivez dsp. 1984 and Alexander, Prince of Morea, dsp 1976). Barbo Ghika Paleologo, (1845-92), Proposed in 1876 as an alternative King of the Hellenes. Alexandre Ghika Paleologo, (1822-95), married to Fredicka Ridder, with issue. Maurice “Ghika” Paleologue, (d. 1944), married without issue., Ambassador to Russia. Prince Constantine Paleologo, married and dsp 1606. Prince Tomaso Paleologo, married to Theodora of the Turkomans., with issue. Prince Eugenios Paleologo, (d. 1520), married to Seidah Schirwan, with issue. Prince Andronicus Paleologo, (d. 1583), married to Princess Fatmah Bagration, with issue. Prince Constantine Paleologo, (d. 1606), married to Sophyie Osman Said, with issue. Princess Zoe Paleologo, (d. 1619), married to Prince Iskander Abu Mohammed el-Ghazi. Princess Sophyie Paleologo, (d. 1607), married to Iskander el-Malik. Princess Helena Paleologo, (d. 1473), married 1446 to Lazar Brankovic, Ban of Serbia, with issue. Princess Irene Brankovich of Serbia, married to Giovanni Castriota, (d. 1514), Cr: 1485. Duca di San Pietro in Galatina, Conte di Soleto. Princess Helene Maria Brankovich of Serbia, married to King Stephen Tomasevic of Bosnia, Last King of Bosnia. Princess Milica Brankovich of Serbia, married to Leonardo III Tocco, Duke of Epirus. Princess Zoe Sofia Paleologo, (1448-1503), married 1472 to Ivan III, Great Prince of Moscow. Prince John Gidos Paleologo, became a Muslin and married with issue. Prince Mesih Pasha, (d. 1501), 21st Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire 1499-1501), married with issue. Prince Ali Bey. Prince Mahmud Celebi. Prince Bali Bey, Sanjak Bey of Vulcitrin 1503. Prince Hass Murad Pasha. (illegitimate) Isabella Paleologo, married 1392 to Don Hiarion Doria. Prince Theodoro Paleologo, (1382-1407), Despot of the Peloponnese, married to Bartolomea Acciajuoli of Corinth., dsp. (illegitimate) NN Paleologo, married 1404 to Emir Suleiman. Prince Michael Paleologo, married to Princess N of Varna. Princess Eirene Paleologo, (1349-63), married Prince Hali of Bithynia., Prince of the Ottoman. (illegitimate) Manuel Paleologo, (d. 1422), married to Giacobina N. N. Paleologos, married to Ilario Doria, Patrican of Genoa. Prince Michael Paleologo, (1337-70), dunm. Prince Theodore Paleologo, (d. 1405), Governor of Lemnos. Princess Eirene Paleologo, (1327-56), married 1336 to Michael Asen, Tsar of Bulgaria. Princess Maria Paleologo, (d. 1401), married 1355 to Francesco Gattilusio, Seigneur des Lesbos, with issue. Andronico Gattilusio, +6.8.1384. Domenico Gattilusio, +6.8.1384. Jacopo Gattilusio, Lord of Lesbos (1384-1404) as Francesco II, +26.10.1404; m. NN, with issue. Jacopo Gattilusio, Lord of Lesbos, +1428; m.Valentina Doria, with issue. “Daughter” Gattilusio, 1418 to Niccolo Crispo, Lord of Santorini. Dorino I Gattilusio, Lord of Lesbos, +30.6.1455; married to Orietta Doria, with issue. Francesco III Gattilusio, Lord of Thasos; m.N Gattilusio, dau.of his cousin Palamede, (see below), dsp. Domenico Gattilusio, Lord of Lesbos (1455-58); m. Maria-Giustiniana Longo. Niccolo Gattilusio, Lord of Lesbos (1458-62), +Constantinople 1462, married to Maria Adorno, with issue. Dorino III Gattilusio, Lord in Exile of Lesbos (1462 – 88), married to Bianchina de’Franchi de Paolo, with issue. Anna Gattilusio, (d.1532 Malta), married to Emmanuele di Cristoforo, (see on this page). Ginevra Gattilusio; m.1444 Jacopo II Crispo Duke of Archipelago (*1426 +1447) . Caterina Gattilusio, +VII.1442; m.27.7.1441 Emperor Konstantinos XI of Byzantium, Despot of Morea (*1405 +1453), (see above). Maria Gattilusio; m Alexandros Komnenos, Emperor of Trebizond. Palamede Gattilusio, (d. 1455), Signore di Ainos, married with issue. Giorgio Gattilusio, (d. 1449), married 1444 to to Helena Notaras, with issue. Palamede Gattilusio, (exiled to Rhodes Island). Maria Caterina Gattilusio, married to  Prince Andreas Paleologo, (see above). Dorino II Gattilusio, Signore di Ainos, (exiled to Naxos 1456), married to Elisabetta Crispo dei Duchi di Naxos. Caterina Gattilusio, married to Marino Doria. Ginevra Gattilusio, married to Lodovico Campofregoso, Doge of Genoa. Costanza Gattilusio, married to Gian Galeazzo Campofregoso of Genoa. N. Gattilusio, married to Francesco Gattilusio, Signore di Thassos, (see above). Valentina Gattilusio, married 1455 to Giorgio del Carreto. Eugenia Gattilusio, +1440; m.before 1397 Emperor Ioannes VII of Byzantium (*1370 +1408). Helene Gattilusio; m.1405 Stjepan Lazarevich, Despot of Serbia (+1427). Caterina Gattilusio; m.Pietro Grimaldi, Baron de Bueil. (illegitimate) Giorgio Gattilusio 1396-1411, married to Francesca Ghizolfi, with issue. Giambattista Gattilusio, married to Caterina N, with issue. Bianca Gattilusio, 1457-98, married to Cipriano Pallavicini. Giuliano Gattilusio 1457 -., descendants in Naxos till 17th Century. Meliano Gattilusio, married to Oreitta N. Princess Theodora Paleologo, (d. 1376), married N. Philanthropenos. (illegitimate) Eirene Paleologo, (d. 1341), married 1335 to Basil I Comneus, Emperor of Trapezunt. Married (2) to Giacomo di Cristoforo, (d. 1350), created Hereditary Count of the Byzantine Empire., with issue. Conte Michele di Cristoforo, married (c. 1350), with issue. Conte Demetrio di Cristoforo, married (c. 1380), with issue. Conte Demetrio II di Cristoforo, married (c., 1430), married to Anna Giustiniani, with issue. Conte Emanuele di Cristoforo, (arrived in Malta 1530), married (c. 1500) to Anna Gattilusio dei Signors di Lesbos (see above), with issue. Conte Giorgio di Cristoforo, married (c.1539) to Nobile Paolina Navarra, with issue. Conte Michele di Cristoforo, married c.1564 to Nobile Antonia Xara, with issue. Conte Giorgio Demetrio di Cristoforo, married (1) 1602 Tarxien to Domenica Burlo, married (2) 1604 Tarxien to Marietta, former wife of Valentino Veneziano, married (3) 1622 Vittoriosa to Giovannella Ciantar, with issue. (Second marriage) Contessa Vittoria di Cristoforo, married 1648 Valletta to Giorgio Clichicas of Greece. (Third marriage) Contessa Eugenia di Cristoforo, married 1649 Vittoriosa (Notary Gio Domenico Pace) to Notary Giacinto Cauchi, with issue. Nobile Cornelia Cauchi di Cristoforo, married 1671 Valletta to Dr Lorenzo Ubaldesco de Piro JUD. Nobile Isabella Cauchi di Cristoforo, married 1707 Valletta to Ignazio Murgentia. Conte Michele di Cristoforo, married to Maria Anna Pellegrino, with issue. Conte Fabrizio di Cristoforo, married 1651 Senglea to Clelia Carbott, with issue. Conte Giacomo di Cristoforo, married 1673 Valletta to Sinforese Bernardi, with issue. Conte Fabio di Cristoforo, married (1) 1706 Valletta to Diana Petralita, married (2) 1722 Valletta to Anna Troisi, with issue. (First marriage) Conte Claudio di Cristoforo, married 1740 Valletta to Rosa Alos, with issue. Conte Mro Giovanni di Cristoforo, married 1769 Valletta to Rosa Dimech, with issue. Conte Felice di Cristoforo d’Avolas, Private secretary to HRH, Duke of Sussex in Great Britain, dsp. Contessa Maria di Cristoforo d’Avolas, married 1815 Valletta to Antonio Attard de Boullion. Contessa Marcella di Cristoforo, married 1685 Valletta to Gio Battista Majoli. Contessa Maruzza di Cristoforo, married 1700 Valletta to Enrico Debono, with issue. Nobile Antonia Debono di Cristoforo, married 1729 Valletta to Francesco Corogna. Contessa Caterina di Cristoforo, married 1677 Valletta to Gaetano Egidio, with issue. Nobile Maddalena Egidio di Cristoforo, married 1697 Valletta to Lorenzo Zarb. Conte Pietro di Cristoforo, married 1657 Valletta to Francesca Grazia Abela, with issue. Contessa Antonia Maria di Cristoforo, married 1672 Vittoriosa to Jacopo Stefano de Giorgio. Conte Constantino Natale di Cristoforo, married 1656 Senglea to Vittoria di Scapolo, with issue. Contessa Nathalie di Cristoforo, Nun, dunm.l. (illegitimate with Fra Giambattista de Taxis, (1594-1637) dei Marchesi di Paullo) Armellina di Cristoforo, married 1671 Valletta to Mro Giovanni Zia. (illegitimate Fra Giambattista de Taxis, (1594-1637) dei Marchesi di Paullo) Aloisio Christoforo, married 1669 Valletta to Maria Ferrari. Contessa Orsola di Cristoforo, married 1661 Vittoriosa to Francesco Manno. Conte Giorgio di Cristoforo, Abbott, dunm. Conte Carlo di Cristoforo, Abbott, dunm. Conte Francesco di Cristoforo, married 1594 Senglea to Lucia Oliva. Conte Emanuele di Cristoforo, dsp. Contessa Anna di Cristoforo, Nun, dunm.. Contessa Leonora di Cristoforo. Contessa Maria Eleanora di Cristoforo, nun, dunm. Conte Michele di Cristoforo, Priest, dunm. Conte Domenico di Cristoforo, (c. 1542), married with issue. Conte Emanuele di Cristoforo, (c. 1578). Contessa Eleanora di Cristoforo, married 1563 to Giovanni Cauchi. Conte Giacomo di Cristoforo, Abbott, dunm. Contessa Anna Giovanna di Cristoforo, married to Sig Gio Tomaso d’Orlandes de Rinaldo, with issue. Sig Marino d’Orlandes de Rinaldo, married (1) 1572 Mdina to Giovannella Muscato, married (2) 1582 Mdina (Notary Giovannello Falzon) to Caterina Zerafa, with issue. (First Marriage) Imperia De Rinaldo, married 1621 Mdina to Mro Marino Agius. Angelo De Rinaldo, married (1) 1622 Mdina to Marietta Xiberras., married (2) 1632 to Elena Sayd, with issue. (First Marriage) Grazia De Rinaldo, married 1647 Mdina to Mro Giuseppe Mifsud. Vincenza de Rinaldo, married 1641 Mdina to Guglielmo Xuereb. (Second Marriage) Paola De Rinaldo, married 1651 Mdina to Agostino de Brincat. Decio De Rinaldo, married 1657 Mdina to Marietta Spiteri. Giovanni De Rinaldo, married 1622 Mdina to Nobile Domenica Xicluna, with issue. Mro. Gregorio De Rinaldo, married (1) 1650 Mdina to Imperia Cauchi, married (2) 1656 Mdina to Giovanella Vella, with issue. (First Marriage) Grazia De Rinaldo, married 1681 Mdina to Pietro Sammut. Caterina De Rinaldo, married 1685 Mdina to Don Crispino Vella. (Second Marriage) Filippo De Rinaldo, married 1688 Mdina to Maria Dingli, with issue. Anna De Rinaldo, married 1706 Mdina to Alessandro Xuereb. Giovanella De Rinaldo, married 1708 Mdina to Gaetano Cauchi. Alberto De Rinaldo, married 1718 Mdina to Elizabetta Borg. Giovanna de Rinaldo, married 1717 Mdina to Agostino Tanti. Domenica De Rinaldo, married 1675 Mdina to Dioniso Catania, with issue. Margherita Catania, married 1711 Mdina to Domenico Ciantar. Maddalena Catania, married 1717 Mdina to Paolo Paci. Giacobina De Rinaldo, married 1676 Mdina to Giuseppe Fsatini. Salvatore De Rinaldo, married (1) to Caterina Mamo, married (2) 1714 Dingli to Maria Zerafa., with issue. (First Marriage) Anna De Rinaldo, married 1718 Dingli to Pietro Ebejer. Pietro De Rinaldo, married 1720 Dingli to Anna Casha., with issue. Filippo De Rinaldo, married 1750 Dingli to Anna Tanti. Rosa De Rinaldo, married 1753 Dingli to Lorenzo Danastasio. Margherita De Rinaldo, married 1763 Mdina to Paolo Agius. (Second Marriage) Andrea De Rinaldo, married 1727 Mdina to Agostina Portelli., with issue. Caterina De Rinaldo, married (1) 1747 Dingli to Giovanni Farrugia., married (2) 1755 Dingli to Giuseppe Camilleri. Giuseppe De Rinaldo, married 1755 Dingli to Maria Farrugia. Natale De Rinaldo, married 1757 Dingli to Anna Tanti., with issue. Matteola De Rinaldo, married 1649 Mdina to Lorenzo Debono. Benedetto De Rinaldo, married 1651 Mdina to Margareta Farrugia., with issue. Giacomo De Rinaldo, married 1670 Mdina to Imperia Xiberras. Maria De Rinaldo, married 1675 Mdina to Carlo Claudio Liberto Remigero. Gaetano De Rinaldo, married 1676 Mdina to Grazia Xuereb., with issue. Giuseppe De Rinaldo, married 1702 Mdina to Agostina Micallef., with issue. Orsolica De Rinaldo, married 1732 Mdina to Giuseppe Caruana. Lorenza De Rinaldo, married 1735 Mdina to Angelo Vassallo. Petronilla De Rinaldo, married 1662 Mdina to Grazio Taliana. Pietro De Rinaldo, married 1666 Mdina to Domenica Zghendo., with issue. Gio Paolo De Rinaldo, married (1) 1694 Mdina to Paolica Portelli., married (2) 1712 Mdina to Giulia Vella., with issue. (Second Marriage) Giovanna De Rinaldo, married 1738 Mdina to Francesco Azzopardi. Vincenzo De Rinaldo, married 1743 Mdina to Domenica Bugeja. Pietro De Rinaldo, married 1746 Mdina to Maria Zahra, with issue. Carmelo de Rinaldo, married 1778 Mdina to Margarita Darmanin, with issue. Giuseppa de Rinaldo, (1792-1866), married 1809 Mdina to Nobile Andrea Abela. Clara De Rinaldo, married 1699 Mdina to Andrea Abela. Teresa De Rinaldo, married 1712 Mdina to Marco Zahra. Mro Giacobo de Rinaldo, married 1612 (Notary Andrea Allegritto) to Nobile Clemenza Fenech, with issue. Paoluccia de Rinaldo, married 1636 Vittorio Farrugia. Caterina de Rinaldo, married 1647 Mdina to Bernardo Curmi, with issue. Giorgio Curmi, married 1674 Matrice Gozo to Veronica Gauci, with issue. Anna Curmi, married 1709 Rabat Gozo to Tomaso Vella, with issue. Marco Matteo Vella, married 1767 Ghaxaq to Maria Mizzi, with issue. Teresa Vella, married 1792 Ghaxaq to Matteo Mizzi. Michele Curmi, married 1709 Xaghra Gozo to Maria Refalo, with issue. Lorenzo Curmi, married (1) 1727 Nadur Gozo to Eugenia Buttigieg, married (2) 1741 Nadur Gozo to Caterina Vella, with issue. (First marriage) Gio Maria Curmi, married 1760 Xaghra Gozo to Maria Maddalena Buhagiar, with issue. Tomaso Curmi, married 1790 Nadur Gozo to Angela Bartolo, with issue. Giuseppe Curmi, married (1) 1835 Cospicua to Rosa Aquilina, married (2) 1837 Cospicua to Concepta Grech Tholossenti, with issue. (Second marriage) Alfonsina Curmi, married 1864 Cospicua to Richard Ellis, (1842-1924)British-Maltese photographer, with issue. John Ellis, (d. 1932), married with issue. Richard Ellis Jr, (1911-1993), dunm. Emilia Ellis, married to N. Micallef. Mary Ellis, married to N. Toledo. Lorenzo Curmi, married 1786 Cospicua to Maria Concepta Bugeja. Giuseppe Curmi, married 1754 Rabat Gozo to Maria Cassar, with issue. Lorenzo Curmi, married 1776 Xaghra Gozo to Grazia Azzopardi, with issue. Angelo Curmi, married 1824 Xaghra Gozo to Rosa Grima, with issue. Lorenzo Curmi, (1827 -1896 Bone, Algeria), married 1848 Bone, Algeria to Marie Attard, with issue. Augustine Curmi, (1858 Bone, Algeria -, married 1876 Bone, Algeria to Francois Matheus Sultana, with issue. Marius Sultana, (1880 Bone, Algeria -), married 1911 Bone, Algeria to Rosine Cordina. Francois Curmi, (1863 Bone, Algeria -1937 Bone, Algeria), married 1891 Bone, Algeria to Marie Catherine Pierre, with issue. Catherine Curmi, (1886 Bone, Algeria -), married 1904 Bone, Algeria to Angelo Cilia. Joseph Curmi, (1865 Bone, Algeria -1941 Bone, Algeria), married 1893 Bone, Algeria to Marie Andreu, with issue. Laurent Curmi, (1894 Bone, Algeria -, married 1920 la Calle, Algeria to Annonciation Schiano. Anna Curmi, (1895 Bone, Algeria -1962 Bone, Algeria), married 1919 Bone, Algeria to Vincent Jovine. Angelo Carmeno Curmi, (1867 Bone, Algeria -1956 Bone, Algeria), married 1893 Bone, Algeria to Esperance Formosa, with issue. Laurent Carmeno Curmi, (1896 Bone, Algeria -), married 1927 Bone, Algeria to Charlotte Azzopardi. Carmeno Francois Curmi, (1869 Bone, Algeria -1945 Bone, Algeria), married 1895 Bone, Algeria to Carmena Refalo, with issue. Josephine Marie Curmi, (1899 Bone, Algeria -1992 Saint-Esteve, France), married 1921 Bone, Algeria to Laurent Cordina. Luce Antoinette Curmi, (1912 Bone, Algeria -, married 1933 Bone, Algeria to Henri Victor Kirschner. Giuseppe Curmi, (1836 -1891 Bone, Algeria), married 1861 Matrice Gozo to Modesta Buttigieg, with issue. Augustin Curmi, (1865 Bone, Algeria -1919 Bone, Algeria), married 1893 Bone, Algeria to Josephine Andreu, with issue. Maria Modeste Curmi, (1894 Bone, Algeria -1971 Cagnes-sur-Mer, France), married 1912 Bone, Algeria to Antoine Gandolphe, with issue. Eliane Josephien Gandolphe, (1913-), d.inf. Auguste Armand Gandolphe, (1915 Bone, Algeria -2004 Cagnes-sur-Mer, France), married 1941 Bone, Algeria to Jeanne Farrugia. Henriette Gandolphe, (1918 Bone, Algeria -2018 Nans-les-Pins, France), married (1) 1941 Bone, Algeria to Hector Georges Leonce Vorin, married (2) 1978 La Seyne-sur-Mer, France to Pierre Ernest Fois. Antoinette Curmi, (1896 Bone, Algeria -1946 Bone, Algeria), married 1920 Bone, Algeria to Antoine Zigliara. Joseph Curmi, (1898 Bone, Algeria-, married 1921 Bugeaud, Algeria to Marthe Boesser. Mathilde Curmi, (1900 Bone, Algeria-, married 1920 Bone, Algeria to Theophile Gandolphe. Paul Curmi, (1873 Bone, Algeria -1941 Bone, Algeria), married 1899 Bone, Algeria to Marie de ‘Ascension Andreu, with issue. Joseph Curmi, (1900 Bone, Algeria -), married 1924 Bone, Algeria to Maria Anna Buttigieg. Francesco Curmi, married 1748 Xaghra Gozo to Margarita Pace, with issue. Andrea Curmi, married 1778 Xaghra Gozo to Margherita Vella, with issue. Benigno Curmi, married 1813 Xaghra Gozo to Nobile Caterina Xuereb, with issue. Orazia Curmi, married 1843 Qormi to Michele Cini. Teramo De Rinaldo, married 1651 Mdina to Imperia Ungaro., with issue. Domenico De Rinaldo, married 1684 Mdina to Caterina Cutajar., with issue. Isidore De Rinaldo, married 1715 Mdina to Veneranda Zammit., with issue. Maria De Rinaldo, married 1740 Mdina to Domenica Calleja. Salvatore De Rinaldo, married 1686 Mdina to Orsola Agius., with issue. Teresa De Rinaldo, married 1706 Mdina to Giovanni Taliana. (Second Marriage) Aloiseo d’Orlando, married 1611 Valletta to Valenza Bisaina, married (2) 1640 Mdina to Valenza Barbara, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, with issue. (Second Marriage) Nobile Matteo d’Orlando, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married 1668 Tarxiem to Caterina Desira. (First Marriage) Domenico d’Orlando, married 1643 Valletta to Marietta Fiacco. (Second Marriage) Nobile Antonia d’Orlando, Hereditary Noble of Hungary, married 1663 Tarxiem to Domenico Grima, with issue. Michele d’Orlando, married 1627 Attard to Gavita N, with issue. Domenica d’Orlando, married 1641 Attard to Clemenzio Buttigieg. Gio Domenico d’Orlando, married to Anna N, with issue. Giuseppe d’Orlando, married (1) to Anna N, married (2) 1707 Zeitun to Evangelista Caruana., with issue. (Second Marriage) Pietro d’Orlando, married 1757 Zeitun to Anna Caruana (d/o Vittorio and Caterina). Regina d’Orlando, married 1778 Valletta to Giuseppe Apap. Maria d’Orlando, married 1690 Mdina to Claudio La Ferla. Lorenza d’Orlando, married 1728 Mdina to Giuseppe de Nicola. Giulio d’Orlando, married 1611 Cospicua to Tomasa Alunna di Fra Don Restaino Cantelmo dei Duca di Popoli, with issue. Caterina d’Orlando, married 1631 Valletta to Giovanni Hazlon of France. Maccaria d’Orlando, married 1639 Valletta to Giacobo Fedele. Francesco d’Orlando, married to Anna N, with issue. Antonio d’Orlando, married (1) 1671 Valletta to Vincenza German, married (2) 1678 Valletta to Bellica Efner, married (3) 1678 Valletta to Anna Cai, with issue. Anna Maria d’Orlando, married 1700 Valletta to Giuseppe Falzon. Lorenzo d’Orlando, married to Maria N, with issue. Graziulla d’Orlando, married 1745 Valletta to Giuseppe Frendo. Felice d’Orlando, married to Domenica N, with issue. Giuseppe d’Orlando, married 1681 Valletta to Barbara Xiberras, with issue. Giovanni d’Orlando, married 1726 Valletta to Orsola Portelli, with issue. Rosa d’Orlando, married 1749 Valletta to Paolo Solano. Anna d’Orlando, married (1) 1751 Valletta to Tommaso Borg., married (2) 1754 Valletta to Filippo Calamatta., married (3) 1759 to Salvatore Pace, with issue. (Third marriage) Fedele Pace, married 1788 Valletta to Aloisea Morello, with issue. Attilia d’Erlander, married 1714 Senglea to Vincenzo Mangani, with issue. Concetta Mangani, married 1753 Cospicua to Giovanni Xiberras. Paolo d’Orlando, married to Ubaldesca N, with issue. Vincenzo d’Orlando., married 1800 Valletta to Marianna Sas-Zerafa. (illegitimate) N. Paleologo, married 1330 to Uzbeck Khan, Khan of the Golden Horde. Prince Manuel Paleologo, (d. 1319). Princess Anna Despina Paleologo, (d. 1321), married (1) 1313 to Thomas Angelos, Despot of Epirus e Aetolia, married (2) 1318 to Nickolaos Orsini, Conte di Cephalenia. Princess Theodora Paleologo, married (1) 1320 to Tsar Todor Swetoslav of Bulgaria, married 1324 to Michael III, Tsar of Bulgaria. Prince Constantine Paleologo, (d. 1329), Despot of Thessalonica, married (1) 1295 to Theodora Muzalon, married (2) to Eudokia Neokaisareitissa., dspl. Michael Paleologo Katharos. Prince John Paleologo, (1286-1307), Despot of Thessalonica, married 1303 to Eirene Chumnaina. Prince Theodore Paleologo, (1291-1338), Marquis of Montferrat, Italy, married 1307 to Argentina Spinola of Genoa, with issue. Prince Giovanni II Paleologo, (d. 1372), Marchese di Montferrat, married (1) 1221 to Cecile de Comminges d’Astarac, married (2) 1358 to Infanta dona Isabel de Majorica, with issue. (Second marriage) Prince Secondotto Paleologo, (1361-murdered 1378), Marchese di Montferrat, married (1) 1377 to Violante Visconti, Duchess of Clarence, dsp. Prince Giovanni III Paleologo, (killed in battle 1381), Marchese di Montferrat. Prince Teodoro II Paleologo, (1364-1418), Marchese di Montferrat, married (1) to Argentina Malaspina, married (2) 1393 to Jeanne de Bar, married (3) 1403 to Marguerite de Savoie, married with issue. (Second marriage) Prince Gian Giacomo Paleologo, (1395-1445), Marchese di Montferrat, married 1411 to Jeanne de Savoie, with issue. Princess Isabella Paleologo, married 1436 to Lodovico I, Marchese di Saluzzo. Prince Giovanni IV Paleologo, (d. 1464), Marchese di Montferrat, married 1458 to Marguerite de Savoie, with issue. Princess Margherita Paleologo, (1456-1496), maried (1) to Pierre de Luxembourg, Comte de Brienne, married (2) 1480 to Viktoryn Podiebrad, Duke of Munsterberg and Troppau. (illegitimate) Sara Paleologo, married 1453 to Niccolo Piccinimo. (illegitimate) Scipone Paleologo, (murdered 1485), married to N. Piccinimo, with issue. Niccolo Paleologo di Montferrato, (c. 1566), married with issue. Matteo Paleologo di Montferrato, (c. 1570), married with issue. Gerolamo Paleologo di Montferrato, (1610-), married with issue. Giam Paolo Paleologo di Montferrato, (1601-), married with issue. Francesco Paleologo di Montferrato, (1629-), married with issue. Nicoletto Paleologo di Montferrato, (1676-), married to Dona Gerolama Carafa, with issue. Spiridione Paleologo di Montferrato, (1740-), married with issue. Nicolo Paleologo, (1765-1831), married to Eugenia Assani, with issue. Giuseppe Paleologo, (1816-1888), married with issue. Nicolo Paleologo, (1864-). Andrea Paleologo, (1818-1907), married with issue. Andrea-Oreste Paleologo, (1891-). Focion Paleologo, (1892-). Alessandro Paleologo, (1863-1903). Timoleon Paleologo, (1865-), married with issue. Andrea Paleologo. Calliope Paleologo. Giovanni Paleologo, (1768-, married to Caterina Migliaressi, with issue. Demetrio Paleologo, (1775-, married to Caterina N, with issue. Caterina Paleologo di Monferrato, married to Tomaso Ghika-Paleologo, (see above). Prince Guglielmo X Paleologos, (1420-1483), Marchese di Montferrat, married (1) 1465 to Marie de Foix, married (2) 1469 to Elisabetta Sforza of Milan, with issue. (Second marriage) Princess Bianca Paleologo, (1472-1519), married 1485 to Charles I, Duke of Savoy. Princess Giovanna Paleologo, (1473-1490), married 1481 to Lodovico II, Marchese di Saluzzo. (illegitimate) Lucrezia Paleologo, Signorina di Bistagno, Monastero, Cassinasco e San Giorgio 1464, married (1) 1464 to Giambartolomeo, Marchese di Carretto, married (2) 1472 to Rinaldo d’Este. (illegitimate) Margherita Paleologo, married 1487 to Hector Aynard, Seigneur de Montfort et de Chalencon. Prince Bonifacio IV Paleologo, (1424-1494), Marchese di Monferrat, married (1) to Orvietana Fregoso of Genoa, married (2) 1483 to Helene de Bretagne de Bosse, married (2) 1485 to Princess Marija Brankovic of Serbia, with issue. (Third marriage) Prince Guglielmo XI Paleologo, (1486-1518), Marchese di Montferrat, married 1508 to Anne d’Alencon, with issue. Princess Maria Paleologo, (1509-1531), dunm. Princess Margherita Paleologo, (1510-1566), married 1531 to Federigo II, Duke of Mantua. Prince Bonifazio V Paleologo, (1512-1530), Marchese di Montferrat. Prince Gian Giorgio Sebastiano Paleologo, (1488-1533), Marchese di Montferrat, married 1533 to Princess Giulia of Naples, dsp.l. (illegitimate) Flaminio Paleologo, (d. 1571), Signor de San Giorgio e Caluso 1532, Governor of Casal, Pretender to Montferrat, married to Lucia Fanzini, with issue. Giovanni Paleologo, (d. 1540). Laura Paleologo, married 1589 to N. Margherita Paleologo, married 1589 to N. Scazzoso. Teodoro Paleologo, Ambassador of Mantua 1536, Knight of the Order of St John of Malta, (died in Spain), married to Lorenza Castiglioni, with issue. Flaminio Paleologo, (1562-1624), married to Margherita Monaldi, with issue. Pietro Paleologo, (1582), married to Rosanna Mariani d’Aquilor, with issue. Biagio Paleologo, (1622-1697), married to Francesca Pex, with issue. Isabella Paleologo, (1666-1712), married to Nicola Pallavicini. Pietro Paleologo, (1667-1704), married to Francesca Santucci, with issue. Biagio Paleologo Oriundi, (d. 1753), married to Margherita Mariani, with issue. Pietro Oriundi, (1719-), married to Teodora Morelli, with issue. Michele Oriundi, (1755-1816), married to Cecilia Russolini, with issue. Giuseppe Oriundi, (1792-1861), married to Maddalena Grassini, with issue. Luciano Oriundi, (1826-1904), married with issue. Ida Oriundi, (1854-1927), married to Achille Quintini. Andrea Oriundi, (1805-1867), married (1) to Sofia Osmani, married (2) to Cleofe Duranti, with issue. Federico Oriundi, (1858-1920), married to Itala Battaglici, with issue. Arnaldo Paleologo Oriundi, (1888-1939), (1930 Successful Court battle in Venice to add Paleologo to surname), married to Contessa Maria Angelica Porro, with issue. Teodoro Paleologo Oriundi, (1920-. Gabriella Paleologo Oriundi, (1922-. Carlo Paleologo Oriundi, (1924-, married with issue. Andrea Paleologo Oriundi, (1952-. Maurizio Paleologo Oriundi, (1956-. Flaminio Paleologo, married with issue. (Paleologo-Oriundi). Isabelle Paleologo, (d. 1589). Eleanora Paleologo, (d. 1589). Ferdinando Paleologo, (served the Gonzaga family), married with issue. Bernardino Paleologo, (d. 163), married with issue. Bonifacio Paleologo, (1583-1630), married with issue. Bonfacio Paleologo, (d. 1679), (Court Surgeon at Casale), married to N. Bobina, with issue. Giambattista Paleologo, (c. 1687), (Court Surgeon at Casale), married with issue. (illegitimate) Francesca Paleologo, (d. 1561), married (1) 1495 to Konstadini Comnino Arianti, Titular Prince of Macedonia and Duke of Achaia, married (2) 1535 to N. Caracciolo. Princess Sofia Paleologo, (d. 1434), married 1421 to Prince Ioannes VIII Paleologo, Emperor of the Byzantine Empire, (see above). Prince Guglielmo Paleologo, (d. 1400). Princess Margherita Paleologo, (d. 1420), married to Don Pedro of Aragon, Conte de Urgel. (illegitimate) Giovanni Paleologo, Podesta di Casale 1367, Signore di Occimiani 1375, Podesta of Acqui 1385. Princess Violanta Paleologo, (1318-1342), married 1330 to Aimon, Conte of Savoie. Prince Demetrio Paleologo, (d. 1343). Princess Simonis Paleologo, (1292-1336), married 1300 to Stepan Uros II, King of Serbia. (illegitimate) Maria Paleologo, married Tochtu Khan, of the Golden Horde. (illegitimate) Eirene Paleologo, married 1315 to John Dukas Angelos, Despot of Neiapatrai.
1.1.3. Prince Constantine Dukas Paleologo, (1261-1306), married to Eirene Raulaina, with issue. Prince John Komnenos Paleologo, (1291-1327), Despot of Macedonia, married to Eirene Metochitissa, with issue. Princess Maria Paleologo, (1313-55), married 1325 to Stepan Uros III, King of Serbia.
1.1.4. Prince Theodore Paleologo, (d. 1310), married N Libadarios.
1.1.5. Princess Eirene Paleologo, married 1278 to Ivan Asen III, Tsar of Bulgaria.
1.1.6. Princess Anna Paleologo, (1260-1300), married 1278 to Demetrios Michael Angelos.
1.1.7. Princess Eudokia Paleologo, (d. 1302), married 1282 to John II Comneus, Emperor of Trapezunt.
1.1.8. Princess Theodora Paleologo, married 1254 to David VI, King of Georgia.
1.1.9. (illegitimate)  Euphrosyne Paleologo, married 1266 to Nogaj Chan of the Golden Horne.
1.1.10. (illegitimate) Maria Paleologo, married 1265 to Abaka, Ilchan of Iran, married (2) Prince Charbanden in the Ottoman Empire.
1.2. Prince John Paleologo (d.1274), married with issue.
1.3. Prince Constantine Paleologo, (d. 1271), married with issue.
1.4. Princess Maria Paleologo, (1216-), married 1237 to Nikephoros Tarchaneiotes.
1.5. Princess Eirene Paleologo, (1218-84), married 1240 to Ioannes Kantakuzenos.
1.6. Princess N. Paleologo, married to Benedetto Zaccaria, Lord of Phocea, with issue.
1.6.1. Paleologo Zaccaria, (d. 1314), Lord of Phocea and Chios, married to Giacoma Spinola, with issue. Benedetto Zaccaria, (d. 1330), Lord of Chios, married to Ginevra Doria, with issue. Anna Zaccaria Paleologina, married 1325 to Nobile Riccardo de Vassallo. Martino Zaccaria, (killed 1345)Lord of Chios, married (1) to N. Ghisi, Lady of Chalandritza, married (2) to Guglielma Pallavicini, Marchesa di Boudonitza, with issue (second marriage click spouse). (First marriage). Centurione I Zaccaria, (d. 1382), Prince of Achaea, married to N. Asanes, with issue. Andronicus Asanes Zaccaria, Barone di Chalandritza, Prince of Achaea, (d. 1401), married to N. le Maure, with issue. Centurione II Zaccaria, (d. 1432), Prince of Achaea 1404-1430, married to Creusa Tocco dei Conti di Cefalonia, with issue. Catarina Zaccaria, (d. 1462), married to Prince Thomaso Paleologo, Despot of Morea, (see above). (illegitimate) John Asen Zaccaria, (dying in Rome 1469). Erard IV Zaccaria. Benedict Zaccaria. Stephen Zaccaria, Archbishop of Patras 1404-1424. N. Zaccaria, married 1418 to Olivierio Franco. Martino Zaccaria, (c. 1375). Maria Zaccaria, married to Pedro de San Superano, Prince of Achaea, 1396-1402. Giovanni Zaccaria, (d. 1359), married with issue. Manuele Zaccaria, (d. 1330).
1.6.2. Eliana Zaccaria, married to Andriolo Cattaneo.
1.6.3. Manuel Zaccaria.
(*1) : Ladies of Medieval Cyprus and Caterina Cornaro by Leto Severis, Nicosia 1995; ISBN 9963-8102-1-7.
        Page 100: Elena (sives Helena) although she grew up a fanatic Orthodox, was persudaded for political reasons to marry King John II of Cprus. The chronicler Leontios Machairas says that Elena Paleologina arrived at Xeros on the North Coast of Cyprus with a large retinue including her wet-nurse, who brought her up and whom Elena almost thought of as her mother. In this retinue was Thomas, the son of Elena’s wet-nurse whom Eleni loved as a brother. 
       Page 107: The son of Paleologina’s wet-nurse, Thomas, had now reached the high position of Chamberlain of the State in Cyprus, He was hated by everyone, as he had the absolute support of Queen Eleni. He was arrogant and cruel, because he knew that the Queen was protecting him.

[1]: The Papal title of Wzzini Paleologo.

Footnote: The title of Conte enjoyed by the family Wzzini Paleologo” (sic.) is remarkable as not only did the Royal Commissioners accord it precedence based on a direct recognition from a Grand Master, but they did so in full knowledge that the claimant could not produce any document purporting to testify how, when and in whose favour this title first originated. Other titles were subjected to a more punctilious examination. 
It will be recalled that at Maltese Law, a title not founded in Malta is only a foreign title and, as such, it can be considered for the purposes of precedence only if registration or Magistral recognition has been achieved. inaccordance with the rules of 1739 and 1795 as enacted by Grand Masters Despuig and Rohan.
In this case, no grant relative to the title of “Conte” enjoyed by the family Wzzini Paleologo  appears to have been registered in the Cancelleria of the Order. This title was examined as one of many other titles described in the Section of the report headed “Titles granted by foreign sovereigns during the Government of the Order of the Knights of Malta” (See:- “Correspondence and Report of the Commission appointed to enquire into the claims and grievances of the Maltese Nobility”, May 1878, presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty (C.-2033.) (See Report Paras. 192-198).
Published sources show this title of “Conte” as having been granted by Pope Clement XI on the 8 November 1711 and enjoying precedence in Malta with effect from 1722. This is not the case and does no justice to the conjectural exercise carried out by the Commissioners.
Moreover, the Commissioners arriving at their decision allowing this claim, attested that there was no proof of the title existing at any time before 1722.  
In view of the fact that the earliest reference of this title is found in a letter dated 1722 of Grand Master Zondadari to Ignazio Wzzini, it follows that this title was for all intents considered as one that originated in Malta, even though it was considered by the Commissioners under the section dedicated to foreign titles.
In regard to remainder of this title, it would appear on the basis of the Commissioners observations, that the title may be transmitted to male descendants descending through a female line by regular primogeniture. In fact the report observed that the title originally made out in favour of Wzzini was eventually succeeded to by the Ciantar Paleologo family whilst that cadets of that family are only entitled to the designation dei Conti (ex Comitibus).
The actual report reads as follows:
The gentleman who asserts a claim to the above title, Serafino Ciantar, has laid before the Commission no document showing when, on whom, and on what condition that title was conferred. He has, however, produced sufficient evidence that his family has constantly and unquestionably been in possession of that title, which was, moreover, on different occasions, recognized in several public Acts, by the Grand Masters, by whom some of the former holders of it were directly styled “Conte”. The said title having, as already noticed, passed to several persons, and having been also enjoyed by the male descendants of daughters, with the knowledge and approbation of the sovereigns of these islands, we have no hesitation in declaring that the present title is to be considered as still existing.
Among the documents exhibited by the claimant, we find three letters, bearing date respectively the 10th January, the 8th February and the 30th March 1722, addressed by Grand Master Zondadari to Ignazio Wzzini, who was then at Rome. The first of these letters contains the following superscription: Mag. Fideli Nobis dilecto Comiti Wzzini: the second is addressed thus, “Mag. Fideli Nobis dilecto Comiti Ignatio Wzzini”, and the third “Mag. Fideli Nobis dilectoCo. Ignatio Wzzini J.U.D.
The same Grand Master Zondadari, on the 22nd January 1722, in three different letters addressed respectively to Cardinal d’Althama, to Cardinal Cieufuegos, and to Bali Spinola, prefixed the title of Conte to the name of the said Ignazio Wzzini. Grand Master Manoel, by a letter dated the 4th November 1722, strongly recommended to the Vice Roy of Sicily, the Conte Ignazio Wzzini and Antonio Ciantar his son-in-law. Grand Master Pinto, appointing, on the 1st June 1750, Giorgio Serafino Ciantar, another of the claimant’s ancestors, and grandson ex filia of the said Conte Ignazio, to a lieutenancy in a company of the regiment of Citta Pinto, styles him Comiti et baroni St. Joannes MilitiDon Georgio Seraphino Ciantar Pallologo, Equiti Professo Sacri Militaris Ordinis S. Benedicti de Avis, in Lusitania, Fideli Vasallo nro Nobis in Christo Dilecto Salutem And Grand Master de Rohan, on the 17th May 1783, conferring upon a cadet of the family the commission of captain in a company of a regiment of chasseurs (cacciatore  The Cacciatori or Talconiere, were during the Government of the Order, a body of volunteers) addressed him thus: NobiliJosepho ex Comitibus Ciantar, fideli Vassallo uro Nobis in xto Dilecto Salutem.
Another proof of the existence of this title is desumed by the claimant from two patents issued on the 11th September 1738, by John, King of Portugal, appointing the Conte Fr. Ignazio Wzzini, Knight of the Order of St. Benedict de Avis, and containing the necessary direction for his investiture. In those two patents the said Ignazio Wzzini is styled Conte.
It is proper to remark, in order to remove any difficulty that may arise from the adoption of the different surnames of Wzzini and Ciantar that Count the Conte Ignazio Wzzini had no other children but one daughter named Teodora, who married Giovanni Antonio Ciantar. Of Teodora Conte Serafino was born, who left on his death the Conte Gio Battista, father of the present claimant Serafino, who became the first-born son of the family, by the decease, without issue, of his eldest brother the Conte Giovanni Antonio Ciantar. 
It is unnecessary for us to offer any remarks on the other papers produced by the claimant, inasmuch as we think that Serafino Ciantar has fully established his claim to the title of “Conte”, although we cannot point out the date of the creation of that title, as we have been able to discover nothing with respect to that point in the documents we have inspected. 
We cannot, however, omit to state that there is nothing to show that the ancestors of Count Ignazio Wzzini were also in possession of the title. In no place of published histories of Malta, the Wzzini family, before the Conte Ignazio, is referred to as a titled family: and in a certificate relating to the baptism of the above-named Conte Serafino Ciantar, senior, son of the said Contessa Teodora Ciantar Wzzini, daughter, as already stated, of Conte Ignazio Francesco Wzzini, the last-mentioned person, who stood as godfather, is not described as son of the Conte Paolo, but simply Filius quondam Dni Pauli, ejusdem civitatis Vallettae , although it must be presumed that such designation was written down in the certificate in question as dictated by the father of the christened child, or by the godfather himself. In allowing the present claim, we think, however, ourselves justified in adding that the claimant has not shown that his family was in possession of the title of “Conte” prior to the year 1722.