Luis Ruspoli, 7th Marquis of Boadilla del Monte

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Luis Ruspoli y Morenés
Arme famiglia Ruspoli di Roma.jpg
7th Marquess of Boadilla del Monte
Tenure1971–2011
PredecessorPrince Carlos Ruspoli y Caro
SuccessorPrince Luis Ruspoli
Born(1933-11-28)November 28, 1933
Madrid, Spain
DiedMay 25, 2011(2011-05-25) (aged 77)
Madrid, Spain
Spouse
Issue
  • Princess Mónica Ruspoli
  • Prince Luis Ruspoli
  • Princess Maria de Belén Ruspoli
  • Prince Santiago Ruspoli
Full name
Luis Adolfo Ruspoli y Morenés
HouseRuspoli
FatherPrince Carlos Ruspoli
MotherMaría de Belén Morenés y Arteaga, 18th Countess of Bañares
ReligionRoman Catholic Church

Don Luis Ruspoli y Morenés, Caro y Arteaga, dei Principi Ruspoli (November 28, 1933 – May 25, 2011) was a Spanish aristocrat, second son of Carlos Ruspoli, 4th Duke of Alcudia and Sueca, and wife Dona María de Belén Morenés y Arteaga, García-Alesson y Echaguë, 18th Countess of Bañares.

He was 7th Marquess of Boadilla del Monte with a Coat of Arms of Ruspoli (Letter of April 16, 1971), 2nd Baron of Mascalbó with a Coat of Arms of de Godoy and Prince of the Holy Roman Empire, Knight of Honour and Devotion of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta and Maestrante of Granada .

Marriages and children[edit]

He married in Madrid, December 2, 1960 and divorced in 1983 to Doña María del Carmen Sanchíz y Núñez-Robres, Arróspide y Rodríguez de Valcárcel (Madrid, February 28, 1942 –), 13th Marchioness of La Casta, daughter of Don Hipólito Sánchiz y Quesada, Arróspide y Álvarez, 4th Count of Valdemar, of the Marquesses of Vasto, and her wife Doña María del Pilar Núñez-Robres y Rodríguez de Valcárcel, Galiano y de León, of the Marquesses of Montortal and Montenuevo, Counts of Pestagua, and had four children:

  • Doña Mónica Ruspoli y Sanchíz, Morenés y Núñez-Robres, dei Principi Ruspoli (Madrid, August 27, 1961 –), married in 1988 with Don Alonso Dezcallar y Mazarredo, Blanes y Betuel, Ambassador of Spain, son of Don Rafael Dezcallar y Blanes and Doña Maria Teresa Mazarredo y Betuel, daughter of the Marquesses of Villora, and had two daughters:
    • Doña Mónica Dezcallar y Ruspoli, Mazarredo y Sanchíz (August 9, 1990 –)
    • Doña Belén Dezcallar y Ruspoli, Mazarredo y Sanchíz (September 29, 1994 –)
  • Luis Carlos Ruspoli, 6th Duke of Alcudia and Sueca
  • Doña María de Belén Ruspoli y Sánchiz, Morenés y Núñez-Robres, dei Principi Ruspoli (Madrid, May 11, 1964 –), married in Madrid, April 19, 1996 with Cesare Passi y Ferrero di Cambiano, Count Passi di Preposulo (December 4, 1950 –) and had three children:
    • Don Alejandro Passi y Ruspoli, Ferrero di Cambiano y Sanchíz, dei Conti Passi di Preposulo (Madrid, January 6, 1998 –)
    • Doña María del Carmen Passi y Ruspoli, Ferrero di Cambiano y Sanchíz, dei Conti Passi di Preposulo (Madrid, November 17, 2003 –)
    • Don Luca Passi y Ruspoli, Ferrero di Cambiano y Sanchíz, dei Conti Passi di Preposulo (Madrid, November 20, 2006 –)
  • Don Santiago Ruspoli y Sanchíz, Morenés y Núñez-Robres, dei Principi Ruspoli (Madrid, June 16, 1971 – Madrid, May 2, 1996), unmarried and without issue.

Ancestry[edit]

Additional information[edit]

See also[edit]

Sources[edit]

  • Affonso, Domingos de Araújo; Valdez, Rui Dique Travassos (1938). Livro de Oiro da Nobreza (3 volumes)|format= requires |url= (help) (in Portuguese). II. Lisbon.
  • Hobbs, Nicolas (2007). "Grandes de España" (in Spanish). Retrieved 15 October 2008.
  • Instituto de Salazar y Castro. Elenco de Grandezas y Titulos Nobiliarios Españoles (in Spanish). periodic publication.
  • "Ruspoli de Godoy Genealogy". 2007. Retrieved 15 February 2009.[self-published source][better source needed]
Spanish nobility
Preceded by
Camilo Ruspoli
Marqués of Boadilla del Monte
1969–2011
Succeeded by
Luis Ruspoli y Sanchíz