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Borromeo: an Italian Surname

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A few notes on the Borromeo family of Italy. The surname Borromeo refers to someone who has made a religious pilgrimage, and this makes good sense as many members of the family have been devout Roman Catholics. The Latin version of the name is “Borromei.”  The family comes from Northern Italy near the city of Milan. The surname was adopted in the year 1416 by one Vitaliano Borromeo I. He in turn was able to trace his ancestral lineage back to one Saint Justina of the Roman Catholic Church, who was martyred in the year 303.  She was part of the Vitaliani family of Italy, which is the origin of the Borromeo family of Milan, Italy.  The “separation” occured in 1416, when one branch of the Vitaliani family adopted the new surname “Borromeo.”  The Vitaliani family of Padua, Italy can trace its own genealogy back to A.D. 66 – information for which we thank Osvaldo Vitaliani, a professional executive chef who lives and works in Southern France (born in Bozen, in the German-speaking Northern Italian region of the South Tyrol).  The forerunner to the “Vitaliani” family of Padua, Italy was in turn the “Vitellius” family surname of Nocera, Italy (8 miles outside of the city of Pompei, Italy) – a genealogical history which goes back to 292 B.C.  The actual origin of the family branch which eventually became “Borromeo” is in the town of San Miniato, where a man with the given name of “Lazzaro” lead a pilgrimage of 200,000 faithful on February 22, 1300.  This was sponsored by Pope Bonifacio VIII, who defined the word “Borromeo” (see subsection below).

The famous triple “Borromean Rings” represent the three families Visconti, Sforza and Borromeo who, after much fighting, formed an `inseparable union’ through intermarriage. The rings are also said to represent the Holy Trinity of God the Father, God the Son Our Lord Jesus Christ and the Holy Ghost. These famous Borromean Rings are still in use to this very day as the official corporate logo of the Borromeo Business Group of the Philippines.

My family tree for the extended (Cebu City-based) Borromeo family of the Philippines already includes 1,682 people.  With the 213-person Rallos family (of my maternal grandmother Anunciacion Rallos de Borromeo), we already have 1,895 family members, and with the 2,766 members of the extended Reynes family (the family of my great-grandmother Margarita Sy Reynes de Borromeo), this increases to 4,661 individuals.  Our common Borromean ancestor who settled in Cebu City was born in 1819.

Going back one generation to Bacolod, Negros (the sugar-growing capital of the Philippines), I estimate an extended family with 9,322 members.  Going back one more generation to Iloilo, Panay (somewhat further North, but still part of the Visayas region), I estimate an extended family with 18,644 members.  Going back to the place where the first Borromeo settled in the Philippines (Carlos “Capitan Aro” Borromeo, who settled in Cavite on the Island of Luzon), I estimate an extended Filipino Borromeo family with 37,288 members all over the world.  Capitan Aro was born in 1720.  Our website has heard from Italian Borromeo family members in the South Tyrol of Italy (Bozen), Romania (Bucharest), France (the Latin spelling “Borromei” on the island of Corsica and on the Eastern Riviera) and from Argentina.  If we Borromeo family members from the Cebu City branch of the family are indeed related to them, our relation would reach back to a common ancestor born in the early 18th century and our extended family would have no fewer than 74,576 members worldwide.  We would be cousins of up to the 8th degree.

It is estimated that all human beings on the earth today have at least one common ancestor born around 1294 in the 13th century – we are part of one large family, descended from our original grandparents Adam and Eve 6,000 years ago.  We are each other’s cousins of at least the 25th degree, regardless of which of the three major human races we belong to (61% of the modern human race being Mongoloid or “Asian,” 25% being Caucasian or “Indo-European” and 14% being Negroid or “Black.”

Definition of “Borromeo”:

Borromeo (Italian): nickname for a pious person who had made the pilgrimage to Rome, or an amiable man who bore the given name “Romeo,” from the Italian “bono,” meaning good + Romeo + Roman = Borromeo.

Der Familienname “Borromeo” (“Borromei” auf lateinisch) stammt aus Milano (“Mailand” auf deutsch) in der Lombardei, in Norditalien.  Auf lateinisch sagt man “Borromei.”  Der erste Namenträger war Vitaliano Borromeo im Jahre 1416.

One should keep in mind that most European surnames came about during the Middle Ages, perhaps before the year 1300.  Prior to this, most European people had only given names.  The more prominent the family line, the more likely that a surname was established earlier.  As time went on, more and more new surnames were made.  Individual families would thus branch off, and become “separate” (there is really no such thing!) from their original tree.

San Carlo Borromeo (Saint Charles Borromeo): Defender of the Traditional Church

The most famous member of the worldwide Borromeo family was of course Saint Charles (Carlo in Italian) Borromeo, who lived from 1538 to 1584. He served as the Archbishop of Milan (Milano in Italian or Mailand in German, the language of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation, of which Italy was a part) from 1560 until his death in 1584. The Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation, consecrated by Charlemagne (“Karl der Grosse” in German or “Charles the Great” in English) in A.D. 800 and tragically dissolved by Napoleon Bonaparte of France in 1806, included much of modern Europe. The countries of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, San Marino, Vatican City, Monaco, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Spain, Portugal and Andorra were all allied to the great Habsburg Monarchy at one point or another. Within this huge empire were also the Crown colonies of the countries therein, including much of modern Africa, Latin America and Southeast Asia (the Philippines included from 1521 until 1898). Other Spanish colonies in the Pacific included Guam, Palau, Micronesia, Nauru, the Northern Marianas, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Samoa and the Marshall Islands. Portugal owned Macao and East Timor, while the Netherlands held Indonesia (the Dutch East Indies). Spain and Portugal held almost all of Latin America, Brazil belonging specifically to Portugal and Venezuela (named “Kleinvenedig” or “Small Venice”) originally to Germany. In Africa, Portugal held Angola, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau, Cape Verde and the Sao Tome & Principe Islands. Spain held the Western Sahara and Equatorial Guinea. Germany held Ghana (the old colony of “Grossfriedrichsburg”), Togo, Cameroon, Namibia (German Southwest Africa), Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda (these three countries comprising German East Africa). Belgium held the Congo/Zaire, while Italy owned Libya, Somalia and Ethiopia. The Netherlands held South Africa (the Cape Colony, the Natal, and the future Boer States of the Orange Free State and the Transvaal).

Das bekannteste Familienmitglied ist Sankt Karl Borromeo (“San Carlo Borromeo” auf italienisch), der von 1538 bis 1584 lebte.  Er diente als Erzbischof von Mailand von 1560 bis 1584.  Damals gehörte Mailand sowie die Lombardei zum Heiligen Römischen Reiches der Deutschen Nation, auch bekannt als ”das Erste Deutsche Reich” (800-1806).  Kaiser Karl der Große hat das Erste Deutsche Reich in Aachen im Jahre 800 gegründet.  Nicht nur Deutschland, sondern auch Österreich, Ungarn, die Tschechei, die Slowakei, Slowenien, Kroatien, Bosnien-Herzegowina, Liechtenstein, die Schweiz, Italien, San Marino, der Vatikan, die Niederlande, Belgien, Luxemburg, Monako, Frankreich, Andorra, Spanien und Portugal gehörten zum Ersten Deutschen Reich.  Kronkolonien hatte Deutschland weltweit.  Zum Beispiel haben die Deutschen “Venezuela” (“Kleinvenedig” auf Deutsch) im Jahre 1560 besiedelt.  Die brandenburgisch-preußische herzogliche Marine hat Ghana (damals “Großfriedrichsburg” genannt) im Jahre 1684 besiedelt.

San Carlo Borromeo was a very traditional and influential cleric, having taken a leading roll in the Council of Trent, or Tridentine Council which made the Latin language Mass the official Mass of the Universal Roman Catholic Church in 1565 (also known as the Mass of Pope Pius V). This endured until the Second Vatican Council of 1965 (400 years later). Saint Charles Borromeo was also the highest ranking Roman Catholic cleric of his day to give official approval to the Shroud of Turin, or the Shroud which covered Jesus Christ after his body was removed from the Cross on Golgotha and placed inside the tomb.

Saint Charles Borromeo was the son of the Count of Arona Ghiberto Borromeo (1512-1558) and Margarita de Medici Borromeo. His brother was Count Federigo Borromeo I and his uncle was Cardinal Angelo de Medici, who in turn became Pope Pius IV. His nephew was Federigo Borromeo II (1564-1631), who also became Archbishop of Milan. The Borromeos of Italy were thus members of the lesser nobility, with the eldest male heir bearing the title of Count. The de Medici family was one of Europe’s wealthiest commercial (non-royal) families, on par with the Fugger family of Augsburg, Germany. The de Medici and Fugger families were most active in international trading, mining & smelting, foundries, commercial banking and international shipping. The family owned conglomerates they founded are largely credited with giving birth to the modern global free enterprise economy we know today.

Famiglia de Medici (the de Medici Family)

The de Medici family business had branches in the European cities of Florence (headquarters), Milan, Rome, Avignon, Bruges and London. The Fugger family business had branches in Augsburg (headquarters), Innsbruck, Salzburg, Villach, Vienna, Budapest, Teschen, Cracow, Breslau, Danzig, Leipzig, Nuremberg, Frankfurt, Cologne, Antwerp, Rome, Naples, Madrid, Seville and Lisbon. In addition to much trade within Europe, there was also heavy trade most especially with the Habsburg possessions in the Orient. This was primarily with the Philippines, Micronesia, Palau, Guam, Papua New Guinea, Nauru, the Solomon Islands, the Marshall Islands, the Northern Mariana Islands, Samoa and the Dutch East Indies.

Borromeos in the Philippines

One Carlo (“Carlos” in Spanish) Borromeo was born circa 1720 and may have emigrated from Milan, Italy to Cavite City on Luzon in the Philippines via the Spanish Colony of New Spain (now known as Mexico) and the Chinese city of Canton. Transportation would have been aboard the annual “Manila Galleon.” His son Carlos II (born circa 1745) moved to Iloilo City on Panay Island and his grandson Carlos III (born circa 1770) moved to Bacolod City on Negros Island. Carlos IV (born 1795) started the two modern Borromeo family lines in Cebu City.

Der erste Borromeo der Philippinen war Karl Kapitän Aro (“Carlos Capitan Aro”) Borromeo, der im Jahre 1720 geboren war.  Er hat sich im Jahre 1744 in der Stadt Cavite auf der Insel Luzon nieder gelassen.  Er war Regierungsbeamter, vielleicht Bürgermeister.  Sein Sohn Karl (“Carlos”) Borromeo II war in Cavite im Jahre 1745 geboren, und hat sich dann um 1769 in der Stadt Iloilo auf der Insel Panay angesiedelt.  Karl (“Carlos”) Borromeo III wurde in Iloilo auf Panay geboren, und ist nach Bacolod auf die Insel Negros umgezogen.  Sein Sohn Karl (“Carlos”) Borromeo IV ist in Bacolod im Jahre 1795 geboren, und dann um 1819 nach Cebu umgezogen, wo er dort unsere Familie gegründet hat.

The Philippines Today

The Philippines today (2009) has a population of more than 91 million people. The largest metropolitan areas are Manila (the national capital) with 11.3 million inhabitants and Cebu-Negros Oriental (home of the Borromeo family in the Philippines), with 5.7 million people. Roughly 9 million additional ethnic Filipinos reside outside of the Philippines. 76,3% of Filipinos belong the Malay (Austronesian) race, while 14,3% are of East Asian extraction (mostly ethnic Chinese, with some Japanese & Korean), 4,1 % are of Caucasian extraction (primarily Spanish, but with some other European and North American), 3,0% are of Melanesian extraction (an Aboriginal population which pre-dated Malay settlement) and 2,3% are of East Indian extraction (recent immigrants from India and Pakistan).

Die Philippinen haben heute mehr als 91 Millionen Einwohner.  Die größte Stadt ist Manila, mit 11,3 Millionen Einwohner.  Cebu und Bacolod im Süden haben etwa 5,7 Millionen Einwohner.  Rund 9 Millionen Filipinos wohnen außerhalb der Philippinen, zum großen Teil in Nordamerika, besonders in Kalifornien.  Die Minderheiten innerhalb der Philippinen sind die Ostasier (hauptsächlich die Chinesen) mit 14,3% der Gesamtbevölkerung, die Europäer (hauptsächlich die Spanier) mit 4,1% der Bevölkerung, die Inselschwarzen mit 3,0% der Bevölkerung und zuletzt die Inder mit 2,3% der Einwohner.  Ungefähr 40% der Filipinos sprechen English, und 6% sprechen immer noch Spanisch.  Die Philippinen waren Kolonien von Spanien (1521-1898) und auch Amerika (1898-1946).  Die wichtigsten einheimischen Sprachen der Filipinos sind Cebuano (22,5% der Bevölkerung), die sogenannte “nationale” Sprache von Tagalog (16,9% der Bevölkerung, in der Nähe von Manila), Ilocano (9,0% der Bevölkerung, im Norden von Luzon), Ilonggo (7,9% der Bevölkerung, auf der Insel Panay), Moro (5,0% der Bevölkerung – die Mohammedaner im Westen Mindanaos sowie im Sulu-Archipel) und Bicolano (3,9% der Bevölkerung, im Süden von Luzon).  Die meisten Filipinos gehören der römisch-katholischen Kirche an (ewta 80,9% der Bevölkerung).  11,6% der Filipinos sind Protestanten und 5,0% sind Mohammedaner.

The Colonial Legacy of Spain and the United States

At least 40% of Filipinos are fluent in English (the Philippines belonged to the USA from 1898-1946) and at least 6% speak Spanish (the Philippines were a Spanish Crown Colony from 1521-1898). Note: the “Philippines” or “Islas Filipinas” were named specifically for King Philip of Spain, of the Royal House of Habsburg.

Languages in the Philippines

The largest native Filipino languages are Cebuano (22,5% of the population living in places such as Cebu, Negros and Bohol), the so-called “national” language of Tagalog (16,9% of the population residing in and around the largest urban settlement of Metro Manila), 9,0% Ilocano (of Ilocos Province in Northern Luzon), 7,9% Ilonggo (on the Island of Panay in the Western Visayas), 5,0% Moro (Spanish for “Moors” or Muslims in Western Mindanao and the Sulu Archipelago), 3,9% Bicolano (in the Bikol Region of Southern Luzon), 2,8% Waray-Waray and 2,7% each for Kampangan (North of Manila on Luzon) and Pangasinan (in Northwestern Luzon). Aboriginal tribal languages are spoken by 3,6% of the population (mostly in the mountains of Luzon) and the remainder of Filipinos (23,0%) speak the numerous Visayan dialects of places such as Samar and Leyte.

Faith in the Philippines

The largest religion in the Philippines is Roman Catholicism (80,9% of the population), introduced during more than three centuries of Spanish rule (the Philippines were governed from the Viceroyalty of New Spain or “Mexico” from 1521 until 1821).  The Portuguese-born explorer Ferdinand Magellan claimed the Philippine Islands for Spain in 1521.  He and his 3 remaining sailing ships landed where the city of Cebu is today.  At the time, Cebu consisted of a mere 300 or so bamboo huts built upon stilts.  Magellan had perhaps 150 Europeans with him at the time of that fateful landing, out of 270 who had departed in 5 ships from Seville, Spain.  Upon leaving Cebu, this was down to 120 men – one of those killed on Cebu was Magellan himself.  Merely one ship (the “Vittoria” and 18 men) made it back to Seville alive.

The Philippines were truly “colonized” beyond the large cities Manila and Cebu by 5 Roman Catholic Orders.  The Augustinians, the Franciscans and the Dominicans were on Luzon, and the Jesuits and the Recollects (the latter being an offshoot of the Augustinians) were in the Visayas and Mindanao.

11,6% adhere to Protestant Christian faiths, introduced during American rule from 1898-1946. 5% are Muslim (mostly in Western Mindanao and the Sulu Archipelago), Islam having been introduced before 1521. The remaining 2,5% of Filipinos adhere to Animist beliefs (Aboriginal peoples predating Malay settlement).

The Philippine Population

A large number of ethnic Filipinos reside overseas. The largest concentrations are in the USA (4 million people), Saudi Arabia (966,542), Malaysia (900,000), Japan (500,000), Canada (392,120), the UAE (250,000), Australia (212,516), Italy and Mexico (200,000 each), Hong Kong (188,404), Taiwan (160,672), the UK (150,000), Singapore (132,000), South Korea (98,000), Greece (90,000), Ireland (85,000), Kuwait (79,310), Spain (70,000), Indonesia (68,000), Germany (53,896), Guam (45,600), Qatar (45,292), Bahrain (33,301), Israel (32,290), France (32,011), Lebanon and New Zealand (30,000 each), Norway (9,000), Austria (8,300), Macao (6,200) and Iraq (3,000).

Viele Leute philippinischer Abstammung wohnen nun im Ausland.  4 Millionen wohnen in Amerika, ungefähr die Hälfte davon in Kalifornien.  Die meisten Leute wandern aus um einen besseren Lebensstandart zu erreichen.  Es gibt nun 966,542 Filipinos in Saudi-Arabien, 500,000 in Japan, 392,120 in Kanada, 250,000 in den Vereinigten Arabischen Emiraten, 212,516 in Australien, 200,000 in Italien sowie in Mexiko, 188,404 in Hong Kong, 160,672 in Taiwan, 150,000 in England und Schottland, 132,000 in Singapur, 98,000 in Südkorea, 90,000 in Griechenland, 85,000 in Irland, 79,310 in Koweit, 70,000 in Spanien, 68,000 in Indonesien, 53,896 in Deutschland, 45,600 auf Guam, 45,262 in Katar, 33,301 in Bahrain, 32,290 in Israel, 32,011 in Frankreich, 30,000 im Libanon sowie in Neuseeland, 9,000 in Norwegen, 8,300 in Österreich, 6,200 in Makao und 3,000 im Irak.

The Philippine Economy and Climate

Per capita GDP in the Philippines has a PPP (Purchasing Power Parity) of US $5,000 or a combined national GDP of US $443.1 Billion. The labor force of 35.79 million people is engaged in agriculture (14,2%), industry (32,1%) and services (53,7%). The unemployment rate is 7,9%, the poverty rate is 40,0% and the annual inflation rate is 6,2%.  Note: nominal GDP value is considerably lower than the PPP value – it is based upon the actual rate of exchange, versus a computed “purchasing power” or “cost of living” index.  The Philippines has an extremely humid, tropical climate, with a great deal of rain and numerous storms known as “typhoons” during the wet season.  Tropical vegitation and insects thrive in such an environment, which has much precipitation, ample sunshine and high temperatures.  Few places have a humidity “discomfort” index higher than that of the Philippines.  Such countries include both India and Thailand.

Es gibt 35,79 Millionen Arbeitnehmer in den Philippinen.  14,2% davon sind in der Landwirtschaft beschäftigt, 32,1 % in der Industrie und 53,7% in Dienstleistungen.  Die Arbeitslosigkeit steht um 7,9% der Arbeitnehmer, und etwa 40% der Bevölkerung lebt immer noch in Armut.

List of Vitaliani and Borromeo family members from Italy

The following list was kindly given to me by Osvaldo Vitaliani (born in the German-speaking city of Bozen in the South Tyrol of Northeastern Italy).  He now resides in Bucarest, Romania.  Other Italian Borromeo family members from Corsica (an Italian-speaking island owned by France) and from Argentina (where Italians are the largest ethnic group) have contacted us as well.  The Borromeo family of Milan is descended from the Vitaliani family of Padua in Italy.

The first list immediately below (with 349 names) goes back to the year A.D. 66, or 66 years after the birth of Jesus Christ.  This list is comprised exclusively of Vitaliani up to the person of “Vitaliano Borromeo (born in 1449),” and exclusively of Borromeos thereafter.

The second list further down (with 229 names and starting in the year 1300) is comprised of three (3) Italian family branches: the Vitaliani from Padua, the Vitaliani from Naples and finally the Vitaliani-Borromeo line from Milan.  Note: the Vitaliani-Borromeo relationship goes back to the 15th century, which would make us cousins of the 19th degree and beyond.  This would include about 73 million people both living and deceased – a large number of both Filipinos and Italians.  There are about 100 million ethnic Filipinos in the world today, about 90 percent of whom live in the Philippines itself.  The population of Italy is more than 56 million, and there are very large numbers of ethnic Italians in North America (especially in the Northeastern United States) and in Latin America (especially in Argentina, where they make up a majority of the population).  The ethnic Italian population worldwide is estimated at more than 131 million souls – 56 million in Italy, 25 million in Brazil, 20 million in Argentina, 17 million in the USA, 5 million in France (especially near Nice, or “Nizza,” and on the Island of Corsica) and more than one million each in Uruguay and Canada.

1. Massimo
2. Giustino [Prefetto di Padova]
3. Cornelio Augure
4. Vespasiano
5. Vitaliano [Prefetto di Padova] {Sp. Prepedigna }
6. Candido
7. Egidio
8. Giustina [Santa, Martire] †70
9. Giustino (66) [Signor di Altino]
10. Vitaliano (166) [Signor di Altino]
11. Massimo (141) [Santo,Vescovo di Padova]
12. Zilio (197) [Signor di Altino]
13. Prando (237) [Signor di Altino]
14. Vitaliano (238) [Prefetto di Roma]
15. Candido [Signor di Altino] †272
16. Anterio [Signor di Altino] †314
17. Anonimi
18. Gallieno (366) [Signor di Altino]
19. Vitaliano
20. Vitaliano {Sp. Gorgonia 389}
21. Prando (400) [Signor di Concordia]
22. Valerio (400) [Signor di Altino]
23. Pietro
24. Foca
25. Eugenia
26. Nonna
27. Alipriona
28. Cordano (456) [Signor di Concordia]
29. Giano [Prefetto di Padova] {Sp. Adriana 416}
30. Gioconda {Sp. Tiberio d Este 450}
31. Giordano (456)
32. Massimo (488)
33. Lelio [Prefetto di Padova] {Sp. Serena }
34. Giordano
35. Serena (488) [Monaca]
36. Vitaliano (520) [Prefetto di Costantinopoli,Gov.di Bulgaria]
37. Giovanni (550) [guerriero]
38. Anonimi
39. Felicissimo ,Santo [Monaco Cassinese]
40. Paolo (580) [Signore di Bojon ec.]
41. Anastasio
42. Gasparo
43. Vitaliano (616) [Signor di Bojon ec.]
44. Vitaliano ,Santo (657) [Papa] †672
45. Giovanni (650) [Signor di Mestre ec.]
46. Paolo (683) [Signor di Bojon ec.]
47. Massimo [Signor di Bojon ec.] {Sp. Lada d Este 710}
48. Gaboardo (750) [Signore di S. Ilario ec.]
94. Vitaliano (1198) [Signor di Bojon]
95. Jacopino (1190)
96. Vitale (1205)
97. Matteo (1236) [Provveditore di Padova]
98. Vitaliano †1253
99. Berta (1257)
100. Giulio (1236)
101. Bartolammeo (1236) [Ramo di Napoli]
102. Vitaliano (1239)
103. Giovanni (1239)
104. Gaboardo
105. Pietro (1275)
106. Giovanni (1240)
107. Jacopino (1240)
108. Gerardo (1289)
109. Gerardo (1275) [Giudice]
110. Gerardo (1280)
1297)
112. Nicolo
113. Francesco
114. Jacopino
115. Pietro (1320)
116. Giovanni Cavalerio (1310) [Podesta di Bassano]
117. Pietro (1312)
118. Antenore (1303)
119. Fina {Sp. 1. Buzzacarino Buzzacarini, 2. Carrara }
120. Jacopino (1312)
121. Ruggero
122. Francesco
123. Giovanni [Cav.]
124. Girolamo {Sp. Beatrice Zabarella 1360}
125. Anna
126. Palamede
127. Vitaliano
128. Costanza
129. Pasqua
130. Margherita
131. Gerardo {Sp. Beatrice Zabarella 1320}
132. Jacopino
133. Bartolammeo
134. Gasparino (1342)
135. Marsilio {Sp. Aleta di Campinegrl 1346}
136. Giovanni (1380)
137. Gaboardo
138. Jacopino [RAMO di MILANO] {Sp. Margherita Borromeo 1390}
139. Giovanni [detto dei Picenini] {Sp. Giovanna }
140. Jacopo {Sp. Antonia de Bravi 1366}
141. Vitaliano (1380) [Marchese]
142. Melchiorre (0)
143. Obizzio (1360)
144. Fina {Sp. Pataro Buzzacarini }
145. Palamidede
146. Palamino (1405) [Cav] {Sp. Benedetta Calza }
147. Vitaliano
148. Gerardo (1340)
149. Giovanni (1392)
150. Jacopino
151. Giovanni (1353)
152. Jacopo
153. Antonio
155. Gerardo
156. Vitaliano detto Borromeo {Sp. Abrosina Fagnana } †1449
157. Antonio (1396)
159. Martino
160. Palamino (1402) [Cav]
161. Giovanni Enrico (1400)
162. Jacopino
163. Pietro Paolo
164. Lucia {Sp. Leone di Lazara } †1448
165. Anna {Sp. 1. N de Conti, 2. Emanuele Malacudi }
166. Ingolfo
167. Jacopino
168. Gaboardo
169. Antonio
170. Jacopo
171. Jacopin (1360)
172. Gasparino (1360)
173. Bartolommeo
174. Giovanni (1399)
175. Carlo (1402)
176. Vital. (1402)
177. Antonio Gaboardo (1402)
178. Ales.Vitaliano (1402)
179. Lucia (1402)
180. Margherita {Sp. Agostino Visconti }
181. Anonima {Sp. Giovanni Maria Crivelli }
182. Onesta {Sp. Jacopo da Careggio }
183. Tucla {Sp. Otto Mandello }
184. Corona {Sp. Bassano Co.
50. Ernesto (750) [Signor di Mestre]
51. Gilberto (750) [Signor di Pieve]
52. Paolo (750) [Signor del Bosco]
53. Palamede (778) [Signor di S. Ilario]
54. Candido (770) [Signor di Bojon]
55. Giovanni (778) [Signor di Mestre]
56. Massimo (778) [Signor di Pieve]
57. Giustino (816) [Signor di Bojon ec.] {Sp. Giulia }
58. Anonimi
59. Palamede (816) [Signor di Mestre]
60. Vitale (848) [Signor di Bojon]
61. Adriana (848) {Sp. Gio.Tradonico }
62. Federico (848) [Signor di Mestre]
63. Filippo (890)
64. Alessandro (972)
65. Matteo (932) {Sp. N.Candian }
66. Giano (1015)
67. Carlo (1015) [Signor di Bojon]
68. Gaboardo (1015)
69. Jacopino (1081) [Console di Padova]
70. Gio. Battista (1044) [Monaco]
71. Giovanni (1044) [Signor di Bojon]
72. Palamede (1096) [Console di Padova]
73. Valerio (1072)
74. Sigifredo (1072) [Signor di Bojon]
75. Palamede (1110) [Signor di Bojon ec.]
77. Vitaliano (1137) [Signor di Bojon]
78. Valerio (1150) [Signor di Gambarare]
79. Nicolo o Gerardo (1123) [Console di Padova]
80. Giustino (1122)
81. Manello (1122)
82. Zanetto (1122)
83. Pasquale (1122)
84. Vitale (1122)
85. Vitaliano (1137) [Canonico]
86. Gerardo (1142) [Signor di Bojon]
87. Giustino (1142)
88. Gaboardo (1142)
89. Giustina {Sp. N.Camposampiero 1142}
90. Pietro (1153)
91. Pietro (1160) [Signor di Bojon]
92. Anonimi
93. Matteo (1180)

1297)
112. Nicolo
113. Francesco
114. Jacopino
115. Pietro (1320)
116. Giovanni Cavalerio (1310) [Podesta di Bassano]
117. Pietro (1312)
118. Antenore (1303)
119. Fina {Sp. 1. Buzzacarino Buzzacarini, 2. Carrara }
120. Jacopino (1312)
121. Ruggero
122. Francesco
123. Giovanni [Cav.]
124. Girolamo {Sp. Beatrice Zabarella 1360}
125. Anna
126. Palamede
127. Vitaliano
128. Costanza
129. Pasqua
130. Margherita
131. Gerardo {Sp. Beatrice Zabarella 1320}
132. Jacopino
133. Bartolammeo
134. Gasparino (1342)
135. Marsilio {Sp. Aleta di Campinegrl 1346}
136. Giovanni (1380)
137. Gaboardo
138. Jacopino [RAMO di MILANO] {Sp. Margherita Borromeo 1390}
139. Giovanni [detto dei Picenini] {Sp. Giovanna }
140. Jacopo {Sp. Antonia de Bravi 1366}
141. Vitaliano (1380) [Marchese]
142. Melchiorre (0)
143. Obizzio (1360)
144. Fina {Sp. Pataro Buzzacarini }
145. Palamidede
146. Palamino (1405) [Cav] {Sp. Benedetta Calza }
147. Vitaliano
148. Gerardo (1340)
149. Giovanni (1392)
150. Jacopino
151. Giovanni (1353)
152. Jacopo
153. Antonio
155. Gerardo
156. Vitaliano detto Borromeo {Sp. Abrosina Fagnana } †1449
157. Antonio (1396)
159. Martino
160. Palamino (1402) [Cav]
161. Giovanni Enrico (1400)
162. Jacopino
163. Pietro Paolo
164. Lucia {Sp. Leone di Lazara } †1448
165. Anna {Sp. 1. N de Conti, 2. Emanuele Malacudi }
166. Ingolfo
167. Jacopino
168. Gaboardo
169. Antonio
170. Jacopo
171. Jacopin (1360)
172. Gasparino (1360)
173. Bartolommeo
174. Giovanni (1399)
175. Carlo (1402)
176. Vital. (1402)
177. Antonio Gaboardo (1402)
178. Ales.Vitaliano (1402)
179. Lucia (1402)
180. Margherita {Sp. Agostino Visconti }
181. Anonima {Sp. Giovanni Maria Crivelli }
182. Onesta {Sp. Jacopo da Careggio }
183. Tucla {Sp. Otto Mandello }
184. Corona {Sp. Bassano Co.
186. Jacopo (1446) †1483
187. Palamidesio (1462)
188. Vitaliano
189. Marsilio
190. Francesco {Sp. Cornelia Zabarella 1350}
191. Vitaliano (1416)
192. Gerardo
193. Tisibaldo
194. Gerardo (1371)
195. Martino
196. Jacopo (1400)
197. Ambrosina {Sp. Guido Co. di S.Secondo }
198. Bianca {Sp. Pietro Rusca }
199. Giovanni {Sp. Cleofe de Pii } †1493
200. Vitaliano {Sp. Bianca da Saluzzo } †1493
201. Giustino {Sp. Gio.M. Visconti }
202. Palamino (1497) [Cav.]
203. Bernardino (1497)
204. Lazzaro
205. Palamino (1487) [Cav.]
206. Bernardino
207. Giovanni (1473)
208. Nicolo (1490) [Vicario di Brescia]
209. Bernardino
210. Jacopino
211. Lodovico {Sp. Bona Langhignana }
213. Galeazzo [Ab.di Cratisoglia]
214. Francesca {Sp. Francesco Sforza }
215. Bianca {Sp. 1.Francesco Trivulzi 2.Jacopo Trivulzi }
216. Filippo {Sp. Francesca Visconti }
217. Ippolita {Sp. Claudio di Savoia }
218. Isabella {Sp. 1.Giuliano de Medici,2.Francesco Bolognino,3.Antonio M. Pallavicino }
219. Lancellotto {Sp. Lucia Adorno }
220. Giustina {Sp. Marchesino Stanga }
221. Bernardino {Sp. Beatrice Ongarello 1501}
222. Antonio
223. Alessandro
224. Matteo (1506)
225. Pietro {Sp. Cec.Bellate 1574}
226. Luca
227. Nicolo (1474) [Deputato]
228. Benedetto
229. Giorgio
230. Lazzaro (1478) [Vicario di Mirano]
231. Vitaliano
232. Vitaliano
233. Castora {Sp. Prosdocimo Cavazza 1500}
234. Carlo [Vescovo di Pozzuolo] †1540
235. Vitaliano
236. Camillo
237. Giovanni
238. Laura {Sp. Baldassare Pusterla }
239. Giulio Cesare
240. Federico {Sp. Veronica Visconti }
241. Giovanna {Sp. Giovanni Cuccia }
242. Barbara {Sp. Lodovico Beccaria }
243. Ippolita {Sp. Girolamo Anguissola }
244. Giovanni
245. Maddalena {Sp. Azzo Visconti }
246. Giulio Cesare {Sp. Ippolita Custigliana 1528}
247. Isabella {Sp. Renato Trivulzi 1563}
248. Giustina (1528)
249. Vitaliano {Sp. Agnese Beraldo }
250. Antonio
251. Fedele
252. Marsilio
253. Matteo {Sp. Lucina Valdezocco }
254. Vitaliano
255. Alessandro (1538) [prete]
256. Benedetto {Sp. Catterina 1558}
257. Antenore {Sp. Laura Malipiero 1497}
258. Vitaliano
259. Jacopino
260. Matteo (1556)
261. Giovanni Battista (1560)
262. Eleonora {Sp. Francesco Re di Francia }
263. Gilberto {Sp. Margherita de Medici }
264. Francesco [Prefetto equestre]
265. Barbara {Sp. Camillo Gonzaga }
266. Francesco {Sp. N.Tolentini }
267. Giulio Cesare {Sp. Margherita Trevulzi }
268. Giustino
269. Maddalena {Sp. Sebastiano Pereri }
270. Giovanni Battista {Sp. Giulia Sanseverini }
271. Giovanni {Sp. Cornelia Ro 1636}
272. Vitaliano {Sp. Medea 1571}
273. Bernardino
274. Bernardino
275. Sisibaldo (1589) {Sp. Catterina dal Corno }
276. Federico
277. Giorgio
278. Giulio
279. Nicolo (1533) [notaio]
280. Filippo {Sp. Innocenza Castagnola }
281. Vitaliano
282. Palamidesio
283. Carlo,Santo (1538) [Arcivescovo di Milano] †1584
284. Girolama {Sp. Fabricio Gesualdo }
285. Camilla {Sp. Cesare Gonzaga }
286. Ernesta
287. Isabella
288. Anna {Sp. Fabricio Colonna }
289. Federico (1535) {Sp. Virginia dalla Rovere } †1562
290. Giovanni {Sp. Bianca Pirovani }
291. Laura {Sp. Francesco Visconti }
292. Federico [Arcivescovo di Milano] †1631
293. Isabella {Sp. Girolamo Visconti }
294. Renato
295. Ippolita {Sp. Alberto Barbiani }
296. Corona [monaca]
297. Filippo Dionisio {Sp. Apollonia Botta }
298. Angelo
299. Pandolfo
300. Antenore (1572) {Sp. Ester Massimo }
301. Bernardino [monaco]
302. Matteo
303. Fedele
304. Matteo (1611) {Sp. Cristina Telarolo }
305. Nicolo (1600)
306. Antenore
307. Gaboardo {Sp. Alba Bassan }
308. Martino
309. Jacopino
310. Giulio Cesare †1638
311. Giustina {Sp. Francesco Gagli }
312. Maria Maddalena {Sp. Giovanni Antonio dAdda }
313. Costanza {Sp. 1. Ferdinando Castaldo, 2.Antonio Aresino }
314. Vitaliano (1606)
315. Marc Antonio (1654)
316. Paolo (1654) {Sp. Tarsia Bruseo }
317. Giovanni Battista (1661)
318. Danielo (1627) [Priore di Santa Giustina a Padova]
319. Alessandro
320. Giovanni (1627)
321. Palamidesio
322. Bernardino
323. Andrea (1660) [religioso]
324. Antonio Renato (1655)
325. Giovanni †1660
326. Federico [Cardinale] †1673
327. Giovanni Antonio (1701)
328. Matteo (1703) {Sp. Corona Mazzaroli }
329. Palamino
330. Vitaliano
331. Paolo (1733) {Sp. Elisabetta S.Lazzaro } †1811
332. Bernardino
333. Vitaliano
334. Antonio (1758) {Sp. Marina Bellini } †1779
335. Vitaliano (1604)
336. Fedele (1604)
337. Marsilio (1604)
338. Angelo (1627)
339. Antenore (1627) [Vicario di Mirano]
340. Giustino (1779) {Sp. Elena Sonica }
341. Giorgio †
342. Isabella †
343. Paolo †
344. Paolo †
345. Paolo †
346. Antonia †
347. Antonia †
348. Chiara †
349. Giovanna †
0. Lazzaro,di San Miniato il Tedesco (1300) [Buon Romeo ,titolo dato dal Papa VIII]0b. Bonifacio
1. Filippo (1324) [morto a Firenze] {Sp. Talda } †1370
2. Vitaliani Pietro
3. Vitaliani Gerolama
4. Andrea
5. Borromeo †1422
6. Giovanni (1398) [banchiere] †1431
7. Margherita20{Sp. Jacopino Vitaliani } †1429
8. Venturino,figlio naturale di Giovanni [detto il Beato Basilio]
9. Galeazzo,senza discendenza
10. Giovanni,5 figli
11. Antonio,4 figli,di questi discendono i Borromeo di Padova,Toscani e altri
12. Borromeo Vitaliano gia Vitaliani {Sp. Ambrosina Fagnani,della fam. del Papa Onorio III 1406} †1449
13. Talda,poi Maddalena {Sp. Otto Mandelli,conte di Corsi 1439}
14. Onesta [figlia naturale di Vitaliano] {Sp. Giacomo Coreggio o Luchino Colnago }
15. Margherita,di Vitaliano (1423) {Sp. Gio. Agostino Visconti,Signore di Sesto 1439}
16. Corona
17. Giovanni Andrea,detto Prevosto,figlio naturale di Vitaliano [banchiere,1 figlio naturale,Gerolamo] †1477
18. Filippo,di Vitaliano (1419) [banchiere] {Sp. Franceschina Visconti di Castelletto 1438} †1464
19. Venturino,di Vitaliano,figlio naturale [nel 1456 viveva a Genova]
20. Guido
21. Giacomo
22. Fortezza,figlia naturale di Vitaliano {Sp. Filippo Crivelli di Magenta 1467}
23. Corona Della Somaglia {Sp. Conte Borromeo ,figlio di Lodovico }
24. Alessandro,figlio di Guido [medico]
25. Battista
26. Barbara
27. Camillo,figlio di Battista
28. Alessandro,nel 1527 fece una donazione al Conte Renato Borromeo di Giulio Cesare
29. Bianca
30. Ambrosina ,figlia di Filippo {Sp. Guido Rossi,Conte di San Secondo 1469}
31. Givanni,figlio di Filippo (1439) [tante alte cariche] {Sp. Cleofe dei Principi di Carpi,parenti del Papa Innocenzo VII } †1495
32. Giustina
33. Vitaliano,figlio di Filippo (1451) [senatore,adotto Lodovico Visconti] {Sp. Bianca dei Marchesi di Saluzzo 1487} †1493
34. Guido,figlio di Filippo (1502)
35. Giustina (1471) {Sp. Marchese Stanga } †1509
36. Bianca Maria figlia di Giovanni {Sp. 1 Francesco Trivulzi,2 Giacomo Trivulzo 1500} †1530
37. Franceschina,figlia di Giovanni (1470) [morta di veleno] {Sp. Conte Francesco Sforza di Borgonuovo 1486} †1510
38. Lancelloto [ottenne la propieta dell isola Madre,la trasforma in residenza privata] †1513
39. Galeazzo
40. Isabella,figlia di Giovanni (1459) [morta dopo la gravidanza] {Sp. 1 Giuliano de Medici,assassinato,2 Francesco Bolognini,3 Antonio M. Pallavicino 1477} †1499
41. Gilberto (1461) [senatore] {Sp. Maddalena Fritz di Brandeburgo di Mantova 1484} †1508
42. Ippolita
43. Filippo
44. Lodovico,figlio di Giovanni (1468) [conte,consigliere ciamdellano] {Sp. Bona Longhignana } †1527
45. Lucrezia,figlia di Giovanni (1466) †1468
46. Francesco,figlio di Giovanni (1462) †1481
47. Giovanni Giacomo,figlio di Giovanni (1461)
48. Giustina
49. Isabella,figlia di Lancellotto {Sp. Renato Trivulzo 1519} †1563
50. Carlo
51. Vitaliano,figlio di Lodovico [Colonello d ifanteria ,morto di un colpo d artiglieria] †1536
52. Bianca [Scienzata a Padova] {Sp. Battista Appiani 1535} †1557
53. Laura,figlia di Lodovico [morta di un colpo di fulmine] {Sp. Giovanni Bat Pallavicino,Marchese del Polesine } †1544
54. Camillo
55. Luigi,figlio di Lodovico, bis. Vitaliano (1501) [fu tenuto a battesimo dal Re di Francia,LuigiVII,morto assassinato] †1518
56. Gilberto o Bongilberto,figlio di Lodovico †1515
57. Giovanna,figlia di Lodovico {Sp. 1. 1530 Giovanni Gerolamo Castiglioni Cav, 2. 1530 Baldassare Pusterla 1530}
58. Trivulzio Lucia,figlia di Renato
59. Trivulzio Margherita [madre di Federigo,Cardinale] {Sp. Giulio Cesare Borromeo } †1601
60. Visconti Anna
61. Maddalena,figlia di Filippo {Sp. Azzo Visconti }
62. Barbara
63. Ippolita,figlia di Filippo [poetessa] {Sp. Gerolamo Anguissola Marchese 1533} †1561
64 . Giovanni
65. Giulio Cesare
66. Filippo Dionigi,figlio di Giovanni (1519) {Sp. Livia Tornelli } †1562
67. Costanza,figlia di Filippo Dionigi {Sp. Ferrando Castaldo, Marchese di Castaldo 1567} †1576
68. Prospero,figlio naturale di Filippo Dionigi †1590
69. Lodovica Bianca Bernardina (1488)
70. Margherita
71. Giovanna,figlia di Gilberto {Sp. Giovanni Caccia 1510} †1528
72. Camilla,figlia di Gilberto {Sp. Giovanni Caccia 1510}
73. Paola,figlia di Gilberto (1508) {Sp. Bartolomeo De Capitani d Arzago 1526}
74. Federico
75. Anna
76. Castalda Livia {Sp. Marchese Medici di Melegnano 1584}
77. Luigi,figlio di Camillo †1536
78. Cornelia,figlia naturale di Camillo [Monaca a S. Ambroggio]
79. Giustina
80. Giovanni Battista,figlio di Camillo [deputato,uccise la moglie di gelosia] {Sp. Giulia Sanseverino 1564} †1596
81. Barbara
82. Ippolita,figlia di Giovanni Battista (1565) {Sp. Albrico Balbiano,Conte di Belgioioso } †1602
83. Corona,figlia di Giovanni Battista (1567) [Monaca a S.Prassede] †1584
84. Maddalena,figlia di Federico (1514) [fondo 2 monasteri a Milano e Torino] {Sp. Sebastiano Ferrerio di Casalvolone 1529}
85. Eleonora {Sp. Giovanni M. Dal Verme,Conte di Bobbio }
86. Francesco,figlio di Federico [celibe]
87. Giberto
88. Giulio Cesare,figlio di Federico (1517) {Sp. Margherita Trivulzio 1554} †1572
89. Francesco,figlio di Federico (1521) [Padrino ,Francesco I,RE di Francia] {Sp. Zenobia Tolentini 1554} †1582
90. Dorotea
91. Federico
92. Carlo (1538) [Cardinale,Santo,zio materno:Papa PioIV] †1584
93. Vitaliano
94. Gerolama {Sp. Fabrizio Gesualdo }
95. Camilla,filglia di Gilberto e Margherita de Medici {Sp. Cesare Gonzaga,Principe d Arriano 1560} †1583
96. Anna
97. Ortensia,figlia di Gilberto e Tadea Dal Verme {Sp. Annibale Altemps,Conte 1565} †1579
98. Isabella
99. Giovanni
100. Federico,figlio di Giulio Cesare (1564) [Cardinale] †1631
101. Laura
102. Renato I,figlio di Giulio Cesare (1555) [Deputato] {Sp. Ersilia Farnese 1579} †1608
103. Isabella,figlia di Giulio Cesare (1562) {Sp. Gerolamo Visconti ,Signore di Carbonara e Albizzate }
104. Isabella
105. Maria
106. Carlo III (1586) [Conte] {Sp. Isabella d Adda,Contessa 1612} †1652
107. Giovanni VI,fig lio di Renato e Ersilia Farnese (1584) [militare] †1613
108. Giulio Cesare III,figlio di Renato (1593) [morto in guerra a Vercelli] {Sp. Giovanna Cesi 1615} †1638
109. Margherita
110. Giustina,figlia di Renato [morta di parto] {Sp. Alvito F. Gallio 1615} †1625
111. Giulio Cesare
112. Caterina Lucia,figlia di Renato (1594) †1625
113. Gallio Marco
114. Gilberto III,figlio di Carlo III [Cardinale] †1672
115. Renato II,figlio di Carlo (1613) [Conte] {Sp. Giulia Arese, Contessa 1652} †1685
116. Vitaliano VI,figlio di Carlo (1620) [tante incariche] †1690
117. Ersilia (1626) [Suor Lucia a S.Barbara,Milano] †1673
118. Federici IV
119. Massimo,figlio di Giulio Cesare (1630) [Priore a Milano] †1705
120. Giovanni VII (1624) [tante cariche] {Sp. Isabella Arcimboldi , 2 Landriani 1644} †1660
121. Carlo Maria,figlio di Giulio Cesare [uomo di chiesa] †1650
122. Antonio Renato (1632) {Sp. Elena Visconti,Marchesa 1663} †1686
123. Giustino,figlio di Giulio Cesare [morto a 2 anni] †1640
124. Paolo Emilio (1663) †1690
125. Andrea
126. Anna Maria
127. Federico V
128. Margherita
129. Cornelia
130. Gerolama Maria,figlia di Renato II (1678) [Monaca] †1742
131. Margherita
132. Anna Teresa
133. Gilberto IV,figlio di Renato II [Cardinalee Vescovo Conte di Novara] †1740
134. Giulio Federico Giuseppe
135. Carlo IV,prende il nome materno dei Arese (1657) [Vicere di Napoli] {Sp. 1 Giovanna Odescalchi,nipote del Papa Innocenzo XI,2 Camilla Barberini,pronipote del Papa Urbano VII } †1734
136. Arese Beatrice
137. Arese Giustina,figlia di Renato (1746) {Sp. Carlo Barberini,Principe di Palestrina 1770} †1815
138. Arese Isabella
139. Arese Lucrezia Maria
140. Arese Lucrezia
141. Arese Federico VI
142. Arese Giustina ,figlia di Carlo (1691) {Sp. Clemente D. Rospigliosi,Principe 1713}
143. Arese Isabella
144. Arese Margherita o Margarita
145. Arese Giovanni Benedetto,145 bis Grillo Clelia
146. Maria Maddalena
147. Anna
148. Teresa
149. Giustina
150. Giulia
151. Maria
152. Renato III
153. Antonio
154. Francesco
155. Vitaliano IV [Cardinale]
156. Giuseppe
157. Giovanni Carlo
158. Teresa
159. Antonio
160. Maria Anna
161. Carlo Gilberto Vitaliano Ferdinando
162. Giovanna
163. Giustina Maria Barbara Teresa
164. Maria Maddalena
165. Carlo Massimo Gilberto
166. Maria Clelia
167. Maria
168. Gilberto V
169. Irene Maria
170. Maria Margherita
171. Vitaliano
172. Elisa
173. Leopolda
174. Antonio
175. Carlo
176. Matilde
177. Enrico
178. Carolina
179. Federico VII
180. Meli Lupi di Soragna Casimiro [Melilupi]
181. Meli Lupi di Soragna Domizio [Melilupi]
182. Meli Lupi di Soragna Irminia [Melilupi]
183. Paulucci Carolina
184. Paulucci Luigi
185. Maria Teresa
186. Febo
187. Maria V
188. Febo
189. Costanza
190. Gian Carlo
191. Carolina
192. Marianna
193. Carolina
194. Renato Federico
195. Vitaliano
196. Federico VIII
197. Maria Claudia
198. Giulio Cesare
199. Giustina
200. Gilberto Vi
201. Ersilia
202. Guido
203. Emilio
204. Giustina
205. Ersilia
206. Emanuele
207. Adele
208. Edoardo
209. Camilla
210. Elisabetta
211. Livia
212. Maria
213. Cristina
214. Gilberto VII
215. Isabella
216. Guido
217. Carolina
218. Renato
219. Elisabetta
220. Laura
221. Maria Luigia
222. Carla
223. Margherita
224. Vitaliano X
225. Giovanni Benedetto
226. Federico VII
227. Vittorio Emauele
228. Laura Emilia

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