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.

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Last Update: 21-05-2024.

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  •  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.

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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 Prince, 22nd 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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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–           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.

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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.

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–           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 Giuseppe 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.

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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.

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–           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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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–           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.

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–           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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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–           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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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–           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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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–           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.

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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.

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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.

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–           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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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– 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 1924-1929, Title became extinct in 1959.

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