Natali (family)

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Natali
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Country Republic of Ragusa
Austria-Hungary
Italy
Titles Count
Ethnicity Italian

The Natali was a noble family of the Republic of Ragusa. The family originated in Split and moved to Dubrovnik in 1667.

Between the 14th and 16th century, the Natali family lived in Spalato (Split). It moved to Ragusa (Dubrovnik). Giovanni de Natali (Croatian: Đivo Natali) was admitted to the Ragusan Great Council on 30 July 1667.

Notable members include:

  • Gerolimo Natali (fl. 1735–37), Ragusan military officer in Russian service.
    • Pietro Natali (1727–1801), Ragusan senator and military officer in Russian service.
      • Giovanni Giacomo Natali (1775–1853)
      • Carlo Antonio Natali (1768–1857)
      • Girolamo Francesco Natali (1778–1862)
      • Maria Natali (1774–1861), married Francesco Ghetaldi-Gondola (1743–1798)
        • Sigismondo Ghetaldi-Gondola (1795–1860)
        • Matteo Ghetaldi-Gondola (1797–?)
  • Giacomo Natali (fl. 1700)
  • Francesco Natali (fl. 1713–21), singer of Vivaldi[1]

The Natali received their confirmation of nobility from the Austrian Empire after the end the Republic of Ragusa.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Reinhard Strohm (30 October 2008). Essays on Handel and Italian Opera. Cambridge University Press. pp. 135–. ISBN 978-0-521-08835-0. 

Sources[edit]

  • Siebmacher's Wappenbuch Band 29, Königreich Dalmatien Seite: 16
  • Relazione della rivoluzione fattavi dai Ragusei contro li Francesi l’anno 1813 perricuperare la patria liberta scritta dal Colonello Conte Giovanni di Natali Patrizio Raguseo