Marquess of Estepa

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The Marquessate of Estepa is a Spanish noble title created by King Philip II by decree on 28 May 1543 and by letters patent on 20 April 1564 in favour of Marco Centurione. The title refers to the area of Andalusia of Estepa, in the province of Sevilla and its jurisdiction included the places Estepa, Alameda, Aguadulce, Badolatosa, Casariche, Gilena, Herrera, La Roda, Lora, MarinaledaMatarredonda, Miragenil, Pedrera and Sierra de Yeguas.

Marquesses of Estepa[edit]

  • Marco Centurione, I Marquess of Estepa
  • Juan Bautista Centurión, II Marquess of Estepa
  • Adan Centurion, III Marquess of Estepa
  • Cecilio Francisco Centurión, IV Marquess of Estepa
  • Luis Centurion y Centurion, V Marquess of Estepa
  • Manuel Centurión y Arias Dávila, VI Marquess of Estepa
  • Juan Bautista Centurión y Velasco, VII Marquess of Estepa
  • María Luisa Centurión y Velasco, VIII Marquess of Estepa
  • Fausto Francisco Palafox Perez de Guzman el Bueno
  • Vicente Maria de Palafox Rebolledo Mexia Silva, IX Marquess of Armunia
  • Andrés Avelino de Arteaga Lazcano y Palafox, V Marquess of Valmediano and X Marquess of Ariza
  • Andrés Avelino de Arteaga y Silva Carvajal y Téllez Girón, XVI Duke of the Infantado
  • Joaquín de Arteaga y Echague Silva y Méndez de Vigo, XVI Duke of the Infantado
  • Íñigo de Arteaga y Falguera, XVIII Duke of the Infantado
  • Francisco de Borja de Arteaga y Martín, XVI Marquess of Cerverales

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