Giovanni Nepomucene Ruspoli, 5th Prince of Cerveteri - Marriage and Children

Marriage and Children

He married in Rome, May 16, 1832 Barbara dei Principi Massimo (Rome, December 20, 1813 – Rome, November 1, 1839), by whom he had four children:

  • Francesco Maria Ruspoli, 6th Prince of Cerveteri
  • Maria Cristina dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, July 25, 1842 – Rome, February 22/12, 1907), married in Rome, November 25, 1859 HH Napoléon Charles Grégoire Jacques Philippe, Prince Bonaparte (Rome, February 5, 1839 – Rome, February 12/11, 1899), 5th Principe di Canino and 5th Principe di Musignano, granted the style Highness on his marriage, recognized as Principe Romano (Excellency) in 1895, and had female issue
  • Alessandro dei Principi Ruspoli, Honorary Marchese di Riano (Rome, April 11, 1844 – Bagni di Lucca, November 3, 1916), married in Lucca, October 9, 1877 Eva Capel Broadwood (London, October 28, 1858 – August 2, 1948), and had three sons:
    • Fabrizio dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, December 17, 1878 – Lausanne, November 16, 1935), married in Rome, March 4, 1905 Margery Butt (London, July 3, 1881 – May 29, 1954), and had two daughters:
      • Gabriella dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, March 4, 1906 –), unmarried and without issue
      • Cristina dei Principi Ruspoli (Cornigliano Ligure, April 8, 1909 – Rome, February 18, 1949), unmarried and without issue
    • Sforza dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, June 14, 1882 – Bagni di Lucca, December 27, 1953), married at Bagni di Lucca, July 7, 1923 Giuseppina del Grande (Fribourg, January 16, 1898 – Garmisch, August 16, 1961), and had two sons:
      • Alessandro dei Principi Ruspoli (Bagni di Lucca, March 27, 1925 – Florence, March 28, 1981), married in Siena, February 18, 1960 Patrizia Vanni (Florence, April 28, 1942 –), and had an only daughter:
        • Alessandra Giacinta dei Principi Ruspoli (Viareggio, November 5, 1960 –), unmarried and without issue
      • Mario dei Principi Ruspoli (Florence, November 19, 1930 –), married firstly in November, 1964 Dolores Sherwood (?), without issue, and secondly at Zikton, Ohio, March 3, 1978 Lucy Young (June 3, 1952 –), without issue
    • Napoleone dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, November 24, 1885 – Rome, July 9, 1935), married in New York City, New York, October 14, 1912 Katherine Quay (Swickley, Pennsylvania, December 19, 18?? – Bagni di Lucca, February, 1956), without issue
  • Francesca dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, April, 1849 – 1851)

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