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From: José Verheecke <>
Subject: Re: the Medici Princes of Ottajano
Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2001 08:05:16 +0200
References: <012201c0f93d$01c23540$1fbb3bcb@leo>

The children of this couple are given by the same Chr.Weber in his
"Kardinäle u.Prälaten in den letzten Jahrzehnten des Kirchenstaates",
chart 42:
(1)Giuseppe,pr.di Ottajano °1834 +9.4.1894[s.p.,apparently]
x 1867 Maria Felicitas Gallone °1848
(fa.Giuseppe,pr.di Tricase)
(2)Maria Angelica °Napoli 22.8.1846,principessa di Ottaiano, duchessa
di Miranda
x Napoli 27.1. 1876 Alfredo Correale,patrizio di Sorrento +6.7.1902
>Ruvigny "Titled nobility.."(1914)1110.The Ottaiano-title passed to
the descendants of Marino(+1825),brother of one of the previous princes.
(3)Maria °1847
x 1869 Giovanni dei marchesi Santasilia
there might be more in Spreti !
-->?(there's an Emilio °1870,whose descendants crop up in
the Dillon/Strachan-descendants(Louise Dillon +1822 x Sir Richard
Strachan,already discussed on this forum on march 27th)
I'm sending my file on these to you,separately.

As for the Marulli's:if anyone has a complete genealogy-
I'm interested!
José Verheecke

----- Original Message -----
From: Leo van de Pas
Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2001 5:56 AM
Subject: the Medici Princes of Ottajano

Michael Becker and Christoph Weber, in their "Genealogien zur Papstgeschichte" volume three page 453, gives

Michele de' Medici, 9.Principe di Ottajano, Duca di Mranda
1823-1882 married to Giulia Marulli dei Duchi di Ascoli
with the remark (discendenza) it stope this line of Medici descendants.

I have two questions, does anyone have any knowledge of their children, or further descendants? My second query involves Giulia Marulli. No dates are given for her, but let us guess she is about the same age as her husband, who was born in 1823. Would she therefor be a daughter of Don Sebastiano Marulli, 6.Duca d'Ascoli, 1783-1866,
and Carolina Berio? This couple married in 1813 and their son and heir, Troiano, was born in 1817.
Many thanks
Leo van de Pas

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