Matilde de Godoy di Bassano, 4th Countess of Castillo Fiel
Matilde de Godoy di Bassano, 4th Countess of Castillo Fiel, (in full, Spanish: Doña Matilde de Godoy di Bassano y Crowe, de Tudó y O'Donovan, cuarta condesa de Castillo Fiel), (22 June 1830 - 1901) was a Spanish and Italian aristocrat.
She was born in Paris, the daughter of Manuel de Godoy di Bassano, 2nd Prince Godoy di Bassano and of María Carolina Crowe y O'Donovan O'Neill. In 1853, she married 1st with Don Felix Martín y Romero, Superior Chief of Civil Administration (a high-level civil servant), Commander of the Order of Charles III, Secretary of HCM [Her Catholic Majesty] with exercise of Decrees, and had an only daughter: María Martín-Romero y Godoy di Bassano. On 2 April 1875, she married 2nd Don Bernardo Bruzón y Rodriguez (a Genoese-Cuban landholder and industrialist), without issue. She died in Madrid.
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Godoy di Bassano
of Castillo Fiel
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