House of Bondić

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Coat of arms of the House of Bondić, variation
Coat of arms of the House of Bondić, variation

The House of Bondić (also Bonda) was a noble family from Dubrovnik with origins elsewhere in Dalmatia and Italy. Bondić (A.D.H. the Đurđević family). The family expired with the last descendant of the Bondić family (through female line), famous poet and translator Ignjat Đurđević. The Austrian Empire granted Marin Bondić the title of "Count" in 26 January 1857.

Genealogy[edit]

  • Orsat, the Count Bondić (21 August 1812, Dubrovnik - 2 December 1874, Pridvorje), married Marija Countess Božidarević (13 June 1815, Dubrovnik - 13 October 1902, Dubrovnik), they have one child and two daughters:
  • Marin Orsat Luko Antun Count Bondić (9 January 1840, Dubrovnik - 24 March 1902, Vienna)[1] married Maria Helene v.Romaszka in Lemberg on February 1, 1877[2] They had two daughters:
  • Marie-Josephine Antonia Henriette Countess Bondić, (28 September 1878, Vienna - ?), married Anton Ritter Tarnawa von Malczewski[3]
  • Marija-Malvina Juliana Wanda Countess Bondić (10 April 1880, Trient - ?), married on 8 January 1901 in Vienna to Felix Cienski v.Cienie (Szczęsny – Cieński), k.k HofR, Lemberg Technicka 1.
  • Marija-Malvina, (21 December 1847, Dubrovnik - ?), married in Dubrovnik on 19 October 1869 to Joseph Dorotka von Ehrenwall, Oberts. des. Inf.Reg.N°25 (29 January 1832, Prague - 17 December 1897, Dubrovnik), they had 4 children:
  • Marija Dorotka von Ehrenwall, married in June 1897 Antun de Difnico.
The Bondić House
  • Berta Dorotka von Ehrenwall.
  • Jelena Hoffmann Dorotka (*1876 (Dubrovnik +1965), cubist painter, Jelena met many leading figures world painting (Matisse, Chagall, Picasso, Van Dongen, Laurencin, and others), and worked for a time in the Matisse Painting School. Jelena lived in Paris from 1907 to 1914. and had an atelier at the Montparnasse, she was friend with Marie Vassilieff and founder of the famous Paris Academie Russe (Academia Vassilieff), and met another Croatian sculptor, Ivan Meštrović. Upon the outbreak of World War I left France, and after several years of wandering in Europe came in 1922.
  • Georg Dorotka von Ehrenwall.
  • Ivanka Nikoleta (10 May 1855, Dubrovnik), married in 24 April 1882 to Count Đivo Krstitelj Božidarević,[4] remarried Ivanka and had two children: Rometta Božidarević & Đivo Božidarević.
Burakowka 1929

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ (k.u.k Kammerer und oberfinanzrat zu Wien)
  2. ^ (10 September 1856, Burakowka - 28 November 1935, Vienna),(Herrin Auf Bura- kowka Slobudka u Capowce Ostgalizien Mitgl versch WohltätigkVer 10—11 h Sonntag 5—8 h = I Lothringer- straße 3 T 10905).
  3. ^ JDr k u k Lt d R k k BezKmsr zuget d Ministerratspräsidium Ministerium für Galizien,III Rennweg 33.(? -30 November 1914, Bielitz).(Das höchste Alter unter sämmtlichen neuerdings verstorbenen Kriegern Europas dürfte der 100 jährige polnische Oberst v. Malczewski erreicht haben)
  4. ^ (1845, Ancona + 3 December 1900, Rome), mayor of Ancona, then deputy in the Italian Parliament from 1882 to 1890 and from 1897 to 1900

Sources[edit]

  • Gothaisches Genealogisches Taschenbuch der Gräflichen Häuser 1864, 1865 (Stammreihe & Ältere Genealogie) bis 1941.
  • Genealogisches Handbuch des Adels Bd. 53 (1972) - Adelslexikon Bd. 1 (A-Bon), Seite 498.