Felipe Antonio Spinola, 4th Marquis of the Balbases
He was the eldest son of Paolo Spinola, 3rd Marquis of the Balbases, Governor of the Duchy of Milan from 1668 to 1670. After his father's death, he became 4th Duke of Sesto and 4th Marquis of the Balbases.
He married, Madrid, 20 September 1682, Isabel María de la Cerda y Aragón (1667–1707), a daughter of Juan Francisco de la Cerda, 8th Duke of Medinaceli (1637–1691), and Catalina de Aragón-Folch de Cardona, duchess of Cardona, Segorbe, and Lerma, having 2 sons and 7 daughters, as well as three bastards, one male, 2 females.
The eldest son, 5th Duke of Sesto and 5th Marquis of the Balbases from 1721, was Ambrosio Gaetano Spinola y de la Cerda (Milan, Italy, 20 January 1696 – 1757), who became a Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece in 1737.
- Grandes de España: Los Balbases
- George L. Williams (ed.): Papal Genealogy: The Families and Descendents of the Popes. McFarland Co Inc, USA 2004, ISBN 978-0-7864-2071-1
- Giacomo Facco: "Pensieri Adriarmonici", op. 1 - IMSLP 
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