Francesco Ruspoli, 3rd Prince of Cerveteri

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Francesco, Principe Ruspoli (February 19, 1752 – March 8, 1829) was the 3rd Prince di Cerveteri, 3rd Marchese di Riano and 8th Conte di Vignanello, son of Alessandro Ruspoli, 2nd Prince of Cerveteri and second wife and first cousin Prudenza dei Conti Marescotti-Capizucchi. His uncle was Bartolomeo Ruspoli. He was also a great-great-great-great-grandfather of actor Bart Ruspoli.

Marriages and children[edit]

He married firstly in 1781 Maria Isabella Giustiniani dei Principi di Bassano (Rome, November 8, 1763 – 1783), without issue.

He married secondly on April 19, 1784 HIH Countess Maria Leopoldina von Khevenhüller-Metsch (August 22, 1764 – February 24, 1845), by whom he had seven children:

  • Alessandro Ruspoli, 4th Prince of Cerveteri
  • Sigismondo dei Principi Ruspoli (1787 – May 11, 1849), married firstly Faustina, Contessa Tomassini (? – 1832), by whom he had a son, and secondly Paola Bellinzoni (Rome, August 28, 1819 – Rome, March 29, 1892), by whom he had a son:
    • Enrico dei Principi Ruspoli (1832 – November 20, 1869), married Emilia de Pasqualis (Athens, September 7, 1834 – ca 1895), and had five children:
      • Romolo dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, July 19, 1850 – September 10, 1912), married in Paris, November 23, 1881 Julie Peynaud (October 20, 1838 – August, 1884), without issue
      • Orazio dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, December 24, 1852 – ?), unmarried and without issue
      • Sigismondo dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, June 5, 1854 – 1911), married at Livorno, September 30, 1872 Zelinda Lavagna, without issue
      • Virginia dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, May 5, 1855 – 1911), married on April 15, 1878 Giovanni Scaletta
      • Beatrice dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, April 29, 1864 – 1911), unmarried and without issue
    • Leopoldo dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, June 5, 1847 – Genazzano, January 2, 1932), unmarried and without issue
  • Camillo dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, March 30, 1788 – Florence, July 30, 1864), Chief of Squadron of the Dragoon Regiment of HH Pope Leo XII, Knight of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Maestrante de Granada, Grand Cross of the Order of Charles III, Gentleman of the Chamber of the Emperor of Austria, authorised by the Kings of Spain to use his wife's titles, married in Madrid, November 18/8, 1821 Doña Carlota Luisa Manuela de Godoy y Borbón, Álvarez de Faria y Vallabriga (Madrid, October 7, 1800 – Paris, May 13, 1886), 97th Noble Dame of the Royal Order of Queen María Luisa on October 10, 1800, 2nd Condessa de Évora Monte in Portugal with Honours of Relative, etc., 2nd Duquesa de Sueca (Letter of July 18, 1830) Grandee of Spain First Class (Royal Cedule of March 14, 1831), 16th Condesa de Chinchón (Letter of 1831), 2nd Marquesa de Boadilla del Monte, confirmed on October 22, 1852, which previously she had already obtained, through the cession of her mother, and which she gave to her son Luis, Señora de Chinchón and of the eleven villages of this State, of Boadilla del Monte and its jurisdictions, Dame of the Order of Saint Isabel Queen of Portugal, daughter of Manuel de Godoy and first wife Dona María Teresa Carolina de Borbón y Vallabriga, Farnesio y Rozas, and had issue, two sons, ancestor of the Line II of the Principi Ruspoli:
  • Amalia dei Principi Ruspoli (July 30, 1790 – 1867), married Vincenzo, Conte Pianciani
  • Leopoldo dei Principi Ruspoli (1791 – September 27, 1817), unmarried and without issue
  • Emanuele dei Principi Ruspoli (1794–1837), married Adélaïde Giraud (? – 1835), without issue
  • Bartolomeo dei Principi Ruspoli (October 26, 1800 – 1872), married Carolina Ratti (1805–1881), and had eight children:
    • Francesca dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, May 31, 1830 – Florence, December 14, 1902), married firstly in Rome, December 21, 1852 Giovanni Torlonia dei Duchi di Poli e Guadagnolo and secondly in Basel, November 4, 1863 Nikolai ...vich Kisselev (? – 1869)
    • Giacinta dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, 1832 – Montefalconara, July 6, 1902), married Tommaso, Marchese Lecce
    • Paolo dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, January 10, 1835 – Florence, April 26, 1913), married firstly in Paris Frances Yorke (1838 – March 9, 1874), and had issue, and secondly in Paris November 4, 1888 Rosalie van Zandt (New York City, New YorkFlorence, July 8, 1914), formerly Mrs. Joseph Karrick Riggs, without issue:
      • Elena dei Principi Ruspoli (Terni, 1867 – Rome, January 8, 1909), married Roberto Paganini (Agordo, May 6, 1849 – October 29, 1912)
      • Leopolda dei Principi Ruspoli (Geneva, February 15, 1869 – ?), married in Paris, July 24, 1890 Tankerville James Chamberlayne
      • Laura dei Principi Ruspoli (Geneva, 1872 – San Faustino, September 5, 1932), married in Rome, December 17, 1894 Constantin, Prince Vogoride (1849 – ?)[1]
    • Emanuele Ruspoli, 1st Prince of Poggio Suasa, ancestor of the Line III of the Principi Ruspoli
    • Luigi dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, June 21, 1843 – Rome, June 20, 1904), married in Rome Clelia dei Conti Balboni (? – December 31, 1922), and had four children:
      • Bartolomeo dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, January 1, 1874 – 1923), unmarried and without issue
      • Enrico dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, July 25, 1878 – Nemi, December 4, 1909), married in Washington, DC, March 2, 1901 Eugenia Enfield Berry (Rome, Floyd County, Georgia, ca 1870 – 1951), formerly Mrs. Henry Bruton, without issue
      • Umberto dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, November 12, 1879 – August 18, 1926), unmarried and without issue
      • Maria dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, May 18, 1888 – Aix-en-Provence, August 6, 1976), married firstly in Paris, August 3, 1907 as his second wife Antoine XI, 11th Duc de Gramont (Paris, September 22, 1851 – Paris, January 30, 1925), without issue and secondly in Paris, July 23, 1934 as his first wife François Victor-Hugo (Fiesole, April 30, 1889 – Aix-en-Provence, December 29, 1981), great-grandson of Victor Hugo, without issue
    • Leopolda dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, February 10, 1846 – ?), married Giannuzzi Savelli
    • Clelia dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, July 4, 1848 – ?), unmarried and without issue
    • Ortensia dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, September 11, 1850 – ?), unmarried and without issue

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vogoride.

External links[edit]

Italian nobility
Preceded by
Alessandro Ruspoli, 2nd Prince of Cerveteri
Prince of Cerveteri
1779–1829
Succeeded by
Alessandro Ruspoli, 4th Prince of Cerveteri