De Salis

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This article is about the surname. For the bay in Northwest Territories, Canada, see De Salis Bay.

De Salis is a surname. Notable persons with that name include:[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8] [9]

Giovanni Battista à Salis-Soglio I (1521-1597).[10][11][12]

People with the surname[edit]

All these have their origins in the Three Leagues/Graubünden/The Grisons/Rhaetia.

Adapted early example of the von Salis family crest, Bellona.

De Salis (naturalized British in 1731)[edit]

Casa Antonio & Casa di Mezzo, Soglio, from the back/west, 2009.
From a Mintons' looking c. 1863 floor tile, Wiltshire, UK.
Female of the v. Salis family, 17th century.

(Counts of the Holy Roman Empire from 1748, with Royal Licence to use in the UK from 1809. Surname of Fane added in 1809 and 1835).[citation needed][13]

Von Salis[edit]

K. u. k. Infanterieregiment Freiherr von Salis Soglio.[14]
Theodora Wilhelmina Gottfrieda Hubertina Effingh (Cologne 1831; † 1902 Vienna), wife to Feldzeugmeister Daniel von Salis (1826-1919), casa Battista, zu Soglio.[15]

Salis[edit]

Print after Henri Félix Emmanuel Philippoteaux, of Régiment colonel-général & Régiment suisse de Salis-Samade, 1786.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Genealogisches Handbuch des Adels, Band 146, Gräfliche Häuser XIX, 2009, XXVIII + 619 Seiten, 50 Bilder davon 11 farbig, 37 Genealogien. Folgende Familien sind enthalten: Buquoy, Bussche-Ippenburg gen. v. Kessell, Calice, Ceschi, Dezasse de Petit-Verneuil, Eltz, Finck v. Finckenstein, Flemming-Benz, Galen, Groeben, Hohenthal, Korff, Lanjus v. Wellenburg, Lanjus v. Wellenburg (2007, 2009), Lüttichau, Maltzan und Maltzahn v. Plessen, Manzano, Matuschka (Matuschka Greiffenclau), Mengersen, Mengersen-Robiano, Nostitz, Piatti, Plettenberg, Praschma, Preysing, Rantzau, Reischach, Rex, Salis, Saurma, Seherr-Thoß, Spee, Strachwitz, Sztáray, Wedel, Wolff Metternich, Zedlitz u. Trützschler; ISBN 978-3-7980-0846-5.
  2. ^ Burke's Peerage, 1852
  3. ^ Der Grafliche Hauser, Band XI [volume 11], Genealogisches Handbuch Des Adels, C. A. Starke Verlag, Limburg an der Lahn, 1983 (pps 331-356).
  4. ^ Burke's Peerage, Foreign Noblemen / Foreign Titles sections: 1839, 1851, 1936, 1956, etc. and Debrett's Peerage, Foreign Titles section 1888, etc.
  5. ^ Fane de Salis MSS
  6. ^ De Salis Family : English Branch, by Rachel Fane De Salis, Henley-on-Thames, 1934.
  7. ^ From Home Office notes made 21 May 1930 by A. J. Eagleston: 'Count de Salis, Count of the Holy Roman Empire, created 12th March, 1748. Date of Licence.—4th April, 1809. Grantee.—Jerome de Salis. Limitation of Licence.—Limited to the grantee and those of his family being subjects of the Realm. Remarks.—By origin the de Salis are a Swiss noble family from the Grisons. In the early 18th century, Peter de Salis was Imperial Ambassador in England, and was given the Countship, presumably for his diplomatic services. His son was naturalized in England.'
  8. ^ Burke's Landed Gentry, edited by Peter Townend, eighteenth edition, volume one, London, Burke's Peerage, 1965, (pages 251-253).
  9. ^ Stammbaumes der Familie von Salis von Anton von Sprecher, Chur, 1941
  10. ^ Eques Auratus. Nephew of Dietegan 'Magnus'. He married Anna (1552-1613) daughter of Commissari Federico à Salis-Samedan (1512-1570).
  11. ^ Stammbaumes der Familie von Salis von Anton von Sprecher, Chur, 1941
  12. ^ Photographien der Bilder von Vorfahren der Familie von Salis, Chur, 1884.
  13. ^ Royal License and Authority as published in the London Gazette, on 11 December 1835
  14. ^ Nr. 76 i. Ers. Kompagnie, c. 1914-18.
  15. ^ Photographien der Bilder von Vorfahren der Familie von Salis, Chur, 1884.