Adrien de Wignacourt

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Adrien de Wignacourt
Grand Master of the Order of Saint John
In office
24 July 1690 – 4 February 1697
MonarchKing Charles III
Preceded byGregorio Carafa
Succeeded byRamon Perellos y Roccaful
Personal details
Died4 February 1697
Resting placeSt. John's Co-Cathedral
Military service
AllegianceSovereign Military Order of Malta Order of Saint John

Fra' Adrien de Wignacourt (1618 – 4 February 1697) was the 63rd Prince and Grand Master of the Order of Malta from 1690 to 1697.[1]

He was the nephew of Fra Alof de Wignacourt. He was elected Grand Master after the death of Fra Gregorio Carafa in 1690.

He died in 1697[2] and was succeeded by Fra Ramon Perellos.


  1. ^ "The 79 Grand Masters" (web). Retrieved December 26, 2017.
  2. ^ Denaro, Victor F. (1959). Houses in Kingsway and Old Bakery Street, Valletta Archived 2015-11-17 at the Wayback Machine. Melita historica. Journal of the Malta Historical Society. 2 (4). p. 2015.

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Preceded by Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller
Succeeded by