Galeazzo Maria Alvise Emanuele Ruspoli, 2nd Duke of Morignano

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Galeazzo Maria Ruspoli
2nd Duke of Morignano
Duke of Morignano
Tenure 2 March 1970 – 21 February 2003
Predecessor Prince Francesco Ruspoli
Successor Prince Carlo Emanuele Ruspoli
Spouse María Elisa Soler y Borghi
Giovanna Carla Nannini
Issue Prince Carlo Emanuele Ruspoli
Prince Lorenzo Francesco Ruspoli
Princess Ginevra Ruspoli
Full name
Galeazzo Maria Alvise Emanuele dei Principi Ruspoli
House Ruspoli
Father Prince Francesco Ruspoli
Mother Josefa Giuseppina Pia di
Brazzà-Cergneu-Savorgnan
Born (1922-03-27)27 March 1922
Rome, Italy
Died 21 February 2003(2003-02-21) (aged 80)
Paris, France
Burial Morignano Pantheon,
Campo Verano, Italy
Religion Roman Catholic Church

Don Galeazzo Maria Alvise Emanuele dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, March 27, 1922 – Paris, February 21, 2003) was the 2nd Duca di Morignano, Nobile di Viterbo e di Orvieto, Patrizio Romano and Prince of the Holy Roman Empire, only son of Francesco Alvaro Maria Giorgio Ruspoli, 1st Duke of Morignano and wife Donna Josefa Giuseppina Pia dei Conti di Brazzà-Cergneu-Savorgnan, Nobile Romana and Patrizia Sabina. His great-great-great-uncle was Cardinal Bartolomeo Ruspoli. He was also a half-first cousin twice removed of actor Bart Ruspoli.

He was Doctor of Architecture of the University of Rome.

Marriages and children[edit]

He married firstly in Rome, January 10, 1949 Salvadoran Doña María Elisa Soler y Borghi (San Salvador, June 25, 1926 – later divorced), by whom he had two sons:

  • Don Lorenzo Francesco Maria Ruspoli, (Rome, July 22, 1953 – Rome, September 29, 1961).

He married secondly in Rome, December 7, 1960 Giovanna Carla Nannini dei Baroni di Casabianca (Bologna, January 14, 1933 – Neuilly-sur-Seine, July 10, 1994), by whom he had an only daughter:

  • Donna Ginevra dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, September 15, 1962 –), married in Rome, January 16, 1988 Frédéric Philippe Marie François, Comte de La Rochefoucauld (Paris, November 20, 1955 –), by whom she had two daughters and a son.

Notable published works[edit]

Decorations[edit]

Cultural and charitable interests[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ I Ruspoli
  2. ^ His Obituary (in spanish).

External links[edit]

Count Ascanio di Brazzà-Cergneu-Savorgnan and his family. He was paternal great-grandfather of Galeazzo Maria.
Italian nobility
Preceded by
Francesco Alvaro Ruspoli, 1st Duke of Morignano
2nd Duke of Morignano
2 March 1970 – 21 February 2003
Succeeded by
Carlo Emanuele Ruspoli, 3rd Duke of Morignano