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The Non-Sovereign Princely
and Ducal Houses of Europe
Volume III - CII

 THE DUCAL HOUSE DES CARS

AMÉDÉE François de Pérusse, Duc des Cars (Chambéry 30 Sep 1790-Cannes 19 Jan 1868); m.Abondant 25 Jun 1817 Augustine Frédérique Joséphine du Bouchet de Sourches de Tourzel (10 Oct 1799-Saint-Jean-Kerdaniel 10 Oct 1870)

1a) FRANÇOIS, Duc des Cars (Paris 7 Mar 1819-Montamisé 22 Sep 1891); m.Paris 18 Jul 1844 Elisabeth de Bastard d'Estang (9 Mar 1824-Vienne 22 Aug 1886)

1b) Marie Thérèse (Paris 15 Oct 1845-25 Sep 1907); m.Paris 27 May 1868 Henri Marquis de Ferronays (Paris 12 Sep 1842-Paris 25 Sep 1907)

2b) LOUIS Albert Philibert Auguste, Duc des Cars (Paris 20 Apr 1849-Paris 16 Jun 1920); m.Paris 8 Jul 1873 Marie Thérèse Lasond (Paris 13 May 1852-Paris 4 Jun 1912)

1c) Marie Thérèse Françoise (Paris 14 Apr 1874- ); m.Paris 19 Nov 1900 Adrien Pié de Lunas de Caulaincourt de Vicence Vcte d'Espeuilles

2c) FRANÇOIS Marie Edmond, Duc des Cars (Paris 5 May 1875-Saint-Symphorien 22 Nov 1941); m.Paris 1 Dec 1903 Maria Teresa Edwards (Santiago, Chile 22 Dec 1879-Saint-Symphorien 22 Nov 1941)

1d) Marguerite Marie Louise Joséphine (Paris 15 Sep 1907-Fontenay-St-Père 19 Sep 1976); m.Paris 26 Oct 1927 Charles Claude Marie Christian Le Peletier de Rosanbo Cte de Rosanbo (Paris 31 May 1899-Neuilly 7 Aug 1986)

2d) LOUIS Charles Marie, Duc des Cars (Paris 10 Jul 1909-Augy 12 Jul 1961); m.Marie Louise Renée Josèphe Gobert (16 Jun 1911-13 Jan 1990)

1e) FRANÇOIS-AMÉDÉE Pierre, Duc des Cars (b.Paris 9 Oct 1932); m.1st Paris 16 Sep 1961 Constanza del Carmen Laura Josefina Edwijes Martinez Rivas (Tokyo 24 Aug 1938-20 Aug 1995); m.2d 15 Jun 2002 France Masurel

1f) Louis Amédée Martial, Marquis des Cars (b.Paris 3 Jul 1962)

2f) Caroline Geneviève Augustine (b.Neuilly 12 Feb 1971); m.Ivan Roussin

3f) Philippe Emmanuel Olivier (b.Neuilly 16 Feb 1973); m.Paris 25 Sep 2004 Fleur Anne Marie Antoinette Guisset

1g) Andrea (b.Paris 20 Jan 2006)

2e) Marie Thérèse Marguerite (b.Paris 25 Mar 1935); m.Paris 1 Aug 1961 Philippe Marie Denis Riant (b.Paris 27 Dec 1933)

3e) Marguerite Anne Marie (b.Le Mans 11 Jan 1941); m.Château Sourches 28 Jul 1962 (div 1970) Cte Henri de Mitry (b.St.Rémy-les-Chevreuse 2 Feb 1940)

4e) Brigitte Augustine Emmanuelle (b.Le Mans 29 Oct 1943); m.St.Symphorien 11 Sep 1966 Gérard Victurnien Marie Gabriel de Rochechouart de Mortemart, Cte de Mortemart (b.Mellant 19 May 1944)

3d) Guy Augustin Marie Jean, Cte des Cars (Paris 6 May 1911-Paris 21 Dec 1993); m.1st Nancy 18 Apr 1934 (div 1938) Marie Geneviève Françoise Vilgrain (Collonge 23 Nov 1914-10 Jun 2004); m.2d Nice 19 Feb 1942 (div 1946) Denise Marie Jacqueline Jourdan (b.Monaco 31 Mar 1922); m.3d Paris 12 May 1947 Marthe Eugénie Claquin (New York 4 Jun 1912-Paris 30 Jun 1999)

1e) Jean Marie Cte des Cars (b.Paris 24 Apr 1943); m.Paris 5 Feb 1966 Monique Odette Victoire Bézaguet (b.Carthage 9 Feb 1943)

1f) Laurence Elisabeth (b.Antony 13 Jun 1966)

2f) Louis Adrien Olivier (b.Boulogne-Billancourt 3 Feb 1974); m.Paris 6 Jun 2006 Céline Michel Marie Benedittini (b.Nîmes 18 May 1973)

3c) Augustine Pauline (Paris 12 Aug 1876-Paris 26 Sep 1969)

4c) Amédée (Paris 13 Jan 1882- )

3b) Justine Marie Antoinette (31 Jul 1851-19__); m.Paris 3 Jul 1872 Henri Cte de Murard

2a) Amédée Joseph Cte des Cars (Paris 1 Apr 1820-Paris 11 Jan 1899); m.Paris 9 May 1843 Mathilde Louise Camille de Cossé Brissac (Paris 18 Jan 1821-Château Hauteville 21 Nov 1898)

1b) Emilie Gabrielle Marie (Paris 23 Feb 1844-château d'Hauteville 1 Mar 1901); m.Paris 25 Aug 1874 Bertrand Pierre Anatole Cte de Montesquiou-Fézensac (28 Apr 1837-Paris 24 Jul 1902)

2b) Hélène Aldegonde Marie (Paris 7 Aug 1847-19__); m.Colembert 17 Oct 1870 Henry Noailles Widdrington Standish (d.Contrexeville 1 Apr 1920)

3b) Stéphanie Marie Françoise Mathilde (Paris 21 Jan 1862-Paris 6 Feb 1939); m.Paris 8 Jan 1889 Cte Marie Joseph Ludovic Bertier de Sauvigny (Sauvigny-le-Bois 30 Sep 1860-Sauvigny 5 Apr 1953)

3a) Jean Augustin Vcte des Cars (21 Jun 1821-7 Sep 1860); m.Naples 11 May 1852 Alexandrine Gfn von Lebzeltern (1 Jan 1827-1 Nov 1899)

1b) Charles Joseph (Paris 2 Mar 1855-19__)

2b) Marie Thérèse Laurence (La Morosière 6 Nov 1857-1923); m.Paris 3 Jul 1877 Charles Vcte d'Anthenaise (21 Dec 1844-23 Apr 1903)

3b) Marie Zénaide Henriette (Naples 21 Feb 1859-19__)

4b) Marie Jeanne Isabelle Mathilde Radegonde (La Roche-de-Bran 14 Nov 1860-château de La Morosière 20 Oct 1929); m.Paris 6 Jul 1881 Charles Cte de Cossé Brissac, Pr de Robech (Paris 18 Jan 1856-Paris 15 Jun 1899)

4a) Marie (1829-1855); m.1845 Louis de Blacas d'Aulps, Duc de Blacas (1815-1866)

5a) Henriette Radegonde (La Roche-de Bran 28 Oct 1833-1922); m.Paris 15 May 1855 Charles Henry Marquis de Mac Mahon (1828-26 Sep 1863)

6a) Geneviève (1836-1886); m.Paris 1857 Riccardo Manca-Amat de Vallambrosa, Duca di Vallambrosa e dell'Asinara (1834- )

 

THE PRINCELY HOUSE OF CHIGI DELLA ROVERE ALBANI
House of Chigi
Chigi is a Roman princely family of Sienese extraction descended from the counts of Ardenghesca, which possessed castles in the Maremma, southern Tuscany. The earliest authentic mention of them is in the 13th century, with one Alemanno, counsellor of the Republic of Siena. The first very prominent member was Mariano (1439-1504), a banker and two times ambassador of Siena to the Popes Alexander VI and Julius II. He founded the Roman branch of the family, the other branch was started by his brother, Benedetto.

Agostino Chigi (1465-1520) was the most famous member of the family during the Renaissance. He became an immensely rich banker, and built the palace and gardens afterwards known as the Farnesina, decorated by Raphael, and was noted for the splendour of his entertainments. Pope Julius II made him practically his finance minister and gave him the privilege of quartering his own (Della Rovere) arms with those of the Chigi.

Cardinal Fabio Chigi, on being elected pope (Pope Alexander VII) at the Conclave of 1655, conferred the Roman patriciate on his family. His brother Mario continued the branch of the family in Siena. His brother Augusto continued the line in Rome. Augosto's son Agostino was created by emperor Leopold I Reichsfurst (prince of the Holy Roman Empire) in 1659. Agostino married Maria Virginia Borghese (relative of the Borghese pope), and acquired the principates of Farnese (1658), Campagnano (1661) and Ariccia, where a famous palazzo bearing the family name still exists. The pope also had two nephews who became cardinals, Flavio I, who was one of the main art collectors of the family, and Sigismondo.

In 1712, Prince Augusto, son of Prince Agostino, received the dignity of hereditary marshals of the Roman Catholic Church and guardians of the conclaves, which gave them a prominent ceremonial importance on the death of every pope. During the 1700s, Flavio II became cardinal. In the 19th century, Flavio III, brother of Prince Sigismondo Chigi, became cardinal and Nuncio to France.

On the marriage in 1735 of another Agostino Chigi (1710-1769) with Giulia Albani, heiress of the Albani, a Venetian patrician family, said to be of Albanian origin, her name was added to that of Chigi. Prince Sigismondo Chigi Albano della Rovere (August 24, 1798-May 10, 1877), Prince of Campagnano, had a son, Don Mario Chigi, and four daughters (Teresa, who married Giulio, Duca di Torlonia; Maria, who married Prince Giuseppe Giovanelli; Angiola, who married Conte Fabio Bonaccorsi; and Virginia, who married Marchese Galeazzo Guidi). Prince Sigismondo's brother, Flavio III (1810-1885), became a Cardinal on December 22, 1873 with the title of Santa Maria del Popolo; he had been Nuncio to France in the 1860s.

Prince Mario Chigi Albano della Rovere succeeded his father in 1877 and served as Marshal of the Holy Roman Church at the Conclave of 1878. He married Antonietta, the daughter of Prince Louis of Sayn-Wittgenstein in 1857. They had three children, Agostino, Ludovico (Luigi) and Eleonora. Ludovico Chigi Albani della Rovere (July 10, 1866-November 14, 1951), son of Prince Mario and Antoinette, was Grand Master of the Knights of Malta from 1931 to 1951. In 1893 he married Donna Anna Aldobrandini, Princess of Sarsina; they had three children, Sigismondo, Petro and Laura. Prince Ludovico was Marshal of both the conclave of 1922 and that of 1939.

Prince Sigismondo Chigi (1894-1982), Hereditary Marshal of the Holy Roman Church, was the son of Prince Ludovico Chigi Albani della Rovere (1866-1951) and Donna Anna Aldobrandini, princess of Sarsina. He had one son, Don Agostino Chigi Albani della Rovere (1929-2002) and one daughter, Princess Francesca. He was the Marshal of the Conclave both in 1958 and 1963. The office, to which the Chigi had succeeded after the extinction of the Savelli in 1712, was finally abolished by Pope Paul VI in a motu proprio, Pontificalis Domus, of March 28, 1968. The family owns large estates at Siena. The family palace on the Via del Corso in Rome (not to be confused with the other Palazzo Chigi in Ariccia), is currently seat of the Italian government. The family's mausoleum is in the Chigi Chapel of Santa Maria del Popolo in Rome, the work of Raphael and Gianlorenzo Bernini.

The Genealogy of The Princely House

Sigismondo, Pr Chigi Albani della Rovere (24 Aug 1798-10 May 1877); m.2 Jun 1829 Leopoldina dei Principi Doria-Pamfili-Landi (3 Dec 1811-22 Mar 1843)

1a) Teresa (21 May 1831-8 Dec 1884); m.16 Jun 1850 Giulio Torlonia, Duca di Poli e di Guadagnolo (15 Apr 1824-22 Jun 1871)

2a) Mario, Pr Chigi Albani della Rovere (Rome 1 Aug 1832-Rome 4 Nov 1914); m.Sayn 1 Sep 1857 Antoinette Pss zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn (Ivanonski 12 Mar 1839-Ariccia 17 May 1918)

1b) Agostino (Ariccia 29 Jul 1858-Rome 1 Mar 1896)

2b) Leopoldina (18 Mar 1861-Rome 20 May 1874)

3b) Ludovico, Pr Chigi Albani della Rovere (Ariccia 10 Jul 1866-Rome 14 Nov 1951); m.Rome 5 Jun 1893 Donna Anna Aldobrandini dei Principi di Sarsina (Rome 8 Dec 1874-Ariccia 17 Sep 1898)

1c) Sigismondo, Pr Chigi Albani della Rovere (Rome 12 Dec 1894-Rome 24 Dec 1982); m.Nemi 16 Jul 1926 Marian Berry (Floyd, Georgia 9 Sep 1901- )

1d) Agostino, Pr Chigi Albani della Rovere (Ariccia 27 Sep 1929-Porto Ercole 14 Jul 2002)

2d) Francesca (b.Ariccia 6 Nov 1933); m.Manuel Ossa

2c) Laura Maria Caterina (Rome 30 Apr 1898-Rome 4 Nov 1984); m.Ariccia 11 Sep 1919 Dionigi Grisi Rodoli Cte della Piè (Turin 16 Jan 1882-Rome 2 Mar 1962)

4b) Eleonora (Rome 29 Oct 1871-Rome 31 Jul 1962); m.Rome 11 Jan 1894 Marchese Enrico Incisa (Milan 23 Oct 1867-Rome 5 Jan 1931)

5b) Francesco (Rome 4 Apr 1881-Rome 2 Jul 1953); m.1st Frascati 10 Feb 1919 Donna Maria Concetta Torlonia (Frascati 15 Oct 1895-Castel Fusano 5 Dec 1923); m.2d Rome 28 Jan 1925 Donna Anna Maria Torlonia (Frascati 15 Oct 1894-Rome 17 Dec 1960)

1c) Olimpia Antonietta (Rome 1 Jun 1920-Rome 25 Sep 1999); m.Rome 25 Jun 1947 Marchese Ferdinando Bisleti (Rome 4 Mar 1916-Rome 2 Oct 1972)

2c) Flavia Domitilla (Rome 1 Jun 1922-Rome 26 Dec 1997); m.Rome 25 Oct 1944 Cte Carlo Nasalli Rocca di Corneliano (Piacenza 4 Feb 1902-Rome 30 Apr 1994)

3c) Maria Immacolata Teresa (b.Rome 10 Jan 1926); m.Rome 26 Jun 1946 Cte Giuseppe Salvadeggo Molin Ugoni (b.29 Oct 1912)

4c) Agnese Laura (b.Rome 30 Sep 1927); m.Rome 18 Apr 1953 Ludovico Carrassi dei Marchesi del Villar (b.Rome 22 Nov 1925)

5c) Mario Lodovico, Pr Chigi Albani della Rovere (b.Rome 24 May 1929); m.1st Rome 3 Jun 1959 (div 1981) Ismene dei Conti Larussa; m.2d Rome 29 Nov 1983 Flavia del Core (b.Rome 27 May 1939)

1d) Anna Laura (b.Rome 7 Jun 1961)

2d) Hortensia Beatrice (b.Rome 23 Mar 1963)

3d) Flavio Francesco (b.London 18 Jan 1975)

6c) Antonietta Clarice (Rome 24 Jul 1931-Rome 18 Oct 2004); m.Rome 27 Oct 1958 Marchese Guido Cavalcanti di Verbicaro (b.Florence 21 Oct 1928)

7c) Eleonora (b.Rome 6 Mar 1933); m.Rome 29 Oct 1958 Don Marciano dei Baroni Rinaldo di San Rufo (d.Rome 24 Apr 2003)

3a) Maria (Rome 22 Mar 1836-Grundlsee 18 Sep 1898); m.Rome 21 Apr 1852 Pr Giuseppe Giovanelli (5 Dec 1824-11 Sep 1886)

4a) Angiola (Rome 28 May 1837-Macerata 12 Jan 1901); m.Rome 30 Nov 1854 Flavio Buonaccorsi dei Conti di Castel San Pietro

5a) Carlo (Rome 1 Jan 1839-Rome 1___)

6a) Eleonora (Rome 24 Mar 1840-Rome 11 Jun 1859); m.Rome 21 Jun 1856 Cte Macchi

7a) Virginia (Rome 19 Feb 1843-Jan 1906); m.Rome 29 Nov 1860 Marchese Guido Guidi di Bagno (d.17 Dec 1893)

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