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Luis Ruspoli, 7th Marquis of Boadilla del Monte

Luis Ruspoli, 7th Marquis of Boadilla del Monte

Grandee of Spain
Luis Ruspoli, 7th Marquis of Boadilla del Monte
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Intro Grandee of Spain
From Spain
Gender male
Birth 28 November 1933
Age: 86 years
The details

Biography

Don Luis Ruspoli y Morenés, Caro y Arteaga, dei Principi Ruspoli (Madrid, November 28, 1933 – 2011) was a Spanish aristocrat, the second son of Camilo Ruspoli, 4th Duke of Alcudia and Sueca, Conde de Chinchón, three times Grandee of Spain, and his wife doña María de Belén Morenés y Arteaga, García-Alesson y Echagüe, 18th Condesa de Bañares.
He was 7th Marqués de Boadilla del Monte with a Coat of Arms of Ruspoli (Letter of April 16, 1971) and 2nd Barón de Mascalbó with a Coat of Arms of de Godoy, Knight of Honour and Devotion of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta and Maestrante of Granada.

Marriages and children

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 –), Marquesa de Lacasta, daughter of Don Hipólito Sánchiz y Quesada, Arróspide y Álvarez, 4th Count of Valdemar de Bracamonte, of the Marqueses del Vasto y de Valderas, and her wife Doña María del Pilar Núñez-Robres y Rodríguez de Valcárcel, Galiano y de León, of the Marqueses de Montortal y Montenuevo, Condes de 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, Ambassador of Spain, 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 –)
  • Don Luis Ruspoli y Sanchíz, Morenés y Núñez-Robres, dei Principi Ruspoli (Madrid, April 4, 1963 –), 8th Marqués de Boadilla del Monte with a Coat of Arms of Ruspoli and 3rd Barón de Mascalbó with a Coat of Arms of de Godoy (Boletín Oficial of December 3, 1997 and Letter of December 16, 1997), married in Madrid, 1992 with Doña María Álvarez de las Asturias Bohorques y Rumeu, de Silva y Cruzat, daughter of Don Luis Álvarez de las Asturias Bohórques y Silva, de Goyeneche y Mitjans, of the Duques de Gor, and wife doña María Rumeu y Cruzat, of the Marqueses de Casa Argudín, and had four sons:
    • Don Carlos Ruspoli y Álvarez de las Asturias Bohórques, Sanchíz y Rumeu, dei Principi Ruspoli (Madrid, August 10, 1993 –)
    • Don Luis Ruspoli y Álvarez de las Asturias Bohórques, Sanchíz y Rumeu, dei Principi Ruspoli (Madrid, August 24, 1994 –)
    • Don Juan Ruspoli y Álvarez de las Asturias Bohórques, Sanchíz y Rumeu, dei Principi Ruspoli (Madrid, October 20, 1996 –)
    • Don Jaime Ruspoli y Álvarez de las Asturias Bohórques, Sanchíz y Rumeu, dei Principi Ruspoli (Madrid, March 10, 2000 –)
  • 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 the Conte Cesare Passi (December 4, 1950 –) and had three children:
    • Don Alejandro Passi y Ruspoli, dei Conte Passi (Madrid, January 6, 1998 –)
    • Doña María del Carmen Passi y Ruspoli, dei Conte Passi (Madrid, November 17, 2003 –)
    • Don Luca Passi y Ruspoli, dei Conte Passi (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.

Additional information

See also

  • Ruspoli

Sources

  • Affonso, Domingos de Araújo; Valdez, Rui Dique Travassos (1938). Livro de Oiro da Nobreza (3 volumes) (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. 
Spanish nobility
Preceded by
Camilo Ruspoli
Marqués of Boadilla del Monte
1969–2011
Succeeded by
Luis Ruspoli y Sanchíz

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