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Grand Dukes and Diamonds (Excerpts) by Raleigh Trevelyan

  Jonas Simon Porges (Prague, b. ca 1770) Merchant "Großhändler", married Eva Fürth

Simon Porges (b. Prague 1800, d. Vienna 4/9/1869). Merchant "Großhändler" in Vienna.
           - married (1) 16/07/1826 Anna Reitlinger (b. 1808, d. Vienna 17/06/1840),
              daughter of Moses Reitlinger, merchant in Vienna, and Veronica Leidesdorf
           - married (2) Rosalie Wertheimer (d. 1881)
          He lived in Wien, Austria at the following locations:
         1826 at Stadt 745, 1834 at Stadt 752, 1836 at Stadt 648, and in 1859 at Stadt 751.
         He was buried in the Wahringer Cemetery in Grave 354, Row 5, Group Number 28b.
         Children with (1) Anna Reitlinger :

Edouard Porges (b. Vienna 31/10/1834, d. Vienna 1855)

Charles (Carl) Porges (b. Vienna 18/02/1836, d. Paris 01/04/1906)
           (N° 512 on the birth registry of Vienna's Jewish community)
            Docteur ès-Sciences University of Heidelberg, Banker, President Cie Continentale Edison,
            "Administrateur de la République Française" under Pdt Gambetta,
            Administrateur Compagnie Le Diamant in Kimberley (S. Africa) ca 1880,
             married (15/11/1859) Hélène Schnapper (b. Vienna 20/12/1829, d. Paris 10/09/1906)

Adèle Porgès (b. Paris 05/10/1860, d. Paris 02/1917)
           married (Paris 8) Ferdinand Dreyfus (b. Paris 05/05/1849,
           d. Paris 15/07/1915) lawyer, député then sénateur of Seine & Oise, historian,
           economist (brother of Gaston Dreyfus, banker)

Jacques Ferdinand-Dreyfus
(b. Paris 08/12/1884, d. Auschwitz 05/08/1943)
Actuary, founder and first manager of "Assurances Sociales",
married (Paris 8, 26/05/1908) Amélie Mayer (1888-1969)

Geneviève Ferdinand-Dreyfus
(b. 02/02/1917, d. 22/01/1947)
married Aron
Daniel Ferdinand-Dreyfus
(b. 03/04/1919, d. Paris 22/08/1944
during the Paris liberation fights)

Françoise Ferdinand-Dreyfus (b. 1922),
Professor of mathematics

Renée Ferdinand-Dreyfus (b. 1927), librarian

Claudine Ferdinand-Dreyfus (b. 1933, d. 03/02/2010) married (1953) Chimen Gerstenkorn (b. 1929) physicist at CNRTS, Talmudic professor

Anne Gerstenkorn (b. 1954),
  Nadia Gerstenkorn (b. 1956)
  Jacques Gerstenkorn (b. 1959) professor of movie history at Lyons (France) University

Charles Ferdinand-Dreyfus
(b. Paris 14/01/1888, d. Auschwitz 28/09/1942)
Founder and manager of the agricultural apprencticeship farm
in Sovay (S & O), married (06/07/1910) Germaine Behrendt

Virginie Hélène Porgès (b. Paris 11/02/1864)
married (1891) Albert Wahl (b. 1860), divorced in 1903

Clarisse Julie Porgès (b. Paris 15/06/1868, d. Paris 09/01/1952)
married (Paris 8, 8/5/1901) André Chevrillon (b. 1864, d. 1950's).
Writer, Member of Académie Française

Pierre Chevrillon
Antoinette Chevrillon married Paul Fabre
who remarried his sister in law : Claire Chevrillon

Mathilde Porges* (b. Vienna 01/02/1838, d. 13/12/1910),
(N° 755 on the birth registry of Vienna's Jewish community) married (Vienna 07/10/1855)
Karl (Charles) Auspitz von Artenegg* (b. Vienna 04/11/1824, d. Gastein Austria, 18/08/1912)
Link to the AUSPITZ family tree

Stefan Auspitz von Artenegg (died 1945 in Theresienstadt)

Anna Auspitz von Artenegg (b. Hietzing-Vienna 17/12/1863) married to :
( 1) 07/10/1894 : Adolf Freiherr (Baron) von Odelga
(b. Vienna 21/08/1851, d. 16/04/1915)
(2) 15/03/1920 : Franz Freiherr (Baron) von Riedenau
(b. Vienna 18/10/1868, d. 14/05/1943)

Theodor Auspitz Edler von Artenegg* (b. Vienna 23/3/1861, d. 1939)
married (Vienna 28/05/1901) Angela "Ella" Leitner*
(b. graz Austria 17/03/1873, d. 1945)

Felicie Auspitz Edle von Artenegg* (b. 1902, d. 1993)
married von Baratta-Dragono
Lillian Auspitz von Artenegg (b. 1904, d. 1978)
Elisabeth Auspitz von Artenegg* (b. 1907, d. 1982)

* underlined persons are buried in the same grave at Vienna's Doebling cemetery on the former Israelitic section group 1 tomb 16 (I/1/16). The grave is mentioned in an illustrated book about this graveyard. (source : Christoph Libisch, 2002)

Siegfried Porges (b. Vienna 06/06/1848, d. Vienna 20/07/1948)
(N° 1B on the birth registry of Vienna's Jewish community)

Efraïm Porges (b. Prag 1803, d. Vienna 24/08/1866)
married 04/11/1832 Nanette (Anna) Nina Todesko (b. 06/05/1815, d. Vienna 20/12/1853)

Fanny Porges (b. Vienna 27/10/1833) (N° 343 on the birth registry of Vienna's Jewish community) married 17/06/1850 Ferdinand Philipp Wertheimer

Philipp David Wertheimer (b. 06/08/1851)
married his cousin Francisca Löwenstein in Vienna.

Julius V. Wertheimer (b. 06/09/1853)

Emilia Porgès (b. Vienna 20/01/1836, d. Vichy France 10/09/1900)
(N° 515 on the birth registry of Vienna's Jewish community)
married in Vienna 11/11/1855 Ignaz Ephrussi (seit 12/9/1871 Ritter von)
(b. Odessa 16/03/1829, d. Vienna 31/05/1899),
son of Joachim Ephrussi (b. Odessa 1792, d. Vienna 24/11/1864), banker in Odessa.
The family has some members in France : Maurice Ephrussi was married to
Béatrice de Rothschild who built the now famous Villa Ephrussi Rothschild in St Jean Cap  Ferrat (France)

Stefan (b. Vienna 28/08/1856)
Anna (b. Odessa 08/04/1859, Kath., d. Vienna ) married Herz Hertzenried
Victor (b. Odessa 08/11/1860, d. Tunbridge, Kent, UK, 09/07/1945),
ennobled in 1872, founder of the Ephrussi bank.
married Emmy Henriette Schey von Koromla (b. Linz 09/07/1879,  d. Kövecses CZ 1938). Descendants live in UK, USA, Mexico, Japan.

Sophia Porges (b. Vienna 21/05/1837, d. Vienna 05/06/1938)
(N° 656 in the Jewish community birth register of Vienna), married André Capron (??)

Friederike Porges (b. Vienna 02/08/1839, d. Vienna 1862)
(N° 943 on the birth registry of Vienna's Jewish community)
married Max Th. Schiff (b. Frankfurt 1839), banker.

Paul Schiff (b. 19/04/1863, d. 07/07/1911)
  Robert Schiff (b. Vienna 25/04/1864)
Anna Schiff (b. Vienna 16/08/1865) married Robert Levi, Italian Marine Officer
Maria Henriette Schiff (b. Vienna 08/02/1868)
Emmy Schiff (b. Vienna 27/03/1871)

Bertha Porges (b. 29/7/1841) (N° 1229 on the birth registry of Vienna's Jewish community) married in Vienna 19/04/1863 Giacomo Hakim (b. 11/10/1833), banker in Alexandria (Egypt), son of Guiseppo Hakim and Allegra Pinto.

Adrienne Hakim (b. Vienna 10/01/1876, d. 1960?)
married 02/02/1897 August Wärndorfer (b. Vienna 30/03/1865, d. 1940?)

Théodore Porges (b. Vienna 03/09/1843, d. Paris 03/11/1907, buried Père Lachaise,
Paris), partner in Bank Porges & Ephrussi, (#1552 on the birth registry of Vienna's Jewish community) married in 1876 Mathilde Betty Weissweiller (b. Vienna 1855, d. Paris 04/05/1897, in the fire of the Bazar de la Charité), daughter of Baron de Weisweller (b. Frankfurt 1813, d. Paris 13/01/1890)
[Related to the wife of Baron Henri de Rothschild. He represented the Rothschild bank in Madrid]. She was (Lord) "Natty" Rothschild's niece by marriage.
The Weisweillers had originally put up money for Théodore Porgès' firm, and perhaps Jules Porgès' diamond business.

Mrs Jules Porges
Mrs Théodore Porgès, photo by Nadar
mathilde porges


click here to access the Porges Weisweiller Capron photo album

Robert Léon Ferdinand Théodore Porgès (b. Paris 05/06/1885, d. 31/03/1946 buried Père Lachaise, Paris), married 14/08/1913 and divorced Camille Havequez.

Philippe Théodore Daniel Edmond Porgès (b. 18/02/1914, d. Mauthausen deportation 25/08/1944). No children.

Jacques Robert Max Porgès (b. Paris 06/05/1916, d. for France in Geneina Sudan 02/02/1941). No children.

Isabelle Fanny Louise Porgès (b. London 19/11/1879, d. Palacio Scarperia Italy 16/05/1958), Princesse Borghese,
married 29/04/1901 Don Marco Borghese (1875-1942),
descendant of Philippe Le Beau (see the Borghese genealogy below)

Anna Adeline "Anita" Porgès, Comtesse Foy, (b. Hanover UK 05/08/1877, d. Geneva 14/05/1948, buried Père Lachaise cemetery Paris) married @ St Philippe du Roule Church Paris 05/04/1899 Comte Antoine Fernand Henri Maximilien Foy. Divorced 28/07/1908.

Maximilien Sébastien Foy (b. Paris 17/04/1900 Paris, d. Neuilly sur Seine 11/11/1967, ). Married Elvire POPESCO, French actress of Romania origin.
Isabelle Mathilde Foy, (b. Paris 05/04/1903 , d. Monaco 07/03/1976). Not married.


Flower parade in Cannes (18/03/1920)
Isabelle FOY, Marcelle CAPRON (1893-1986),
Robert VINCENT (1908-1977)

Renée Wilhelmine Julie Porgès, Vicomtesse de Jonghe (b. Paris 05/04/1882, d. Chateau Fontaine Belgium 06/1965), married Vicomte Eugène Baudoin Charles Marie Ghislain DE JONGHE. Children : Vicomte Baudoin DE JONGHE (1906-1975), Vicomtesse Mathilde DE JONGHE (b. Brussels 18/05/1909) married Comte René BOËL, Vicomtesse Yseult DE JONGHE (b. Brussels 1911)

Edmond Daniel Porgès (b. London 09/11/1878, d. Lausanne 18/03/1941) major in the British Forces 1914-18, married in Paris 11/09/1906 Marie-Mathilde "Macha" Brodsky (b. Kiev 05/03/1888, d. Monaco 1978).
Their Paris town house (11 avenue de Friedland), their art collections and stocks were seized by the French Authorities during the German occupation in 1941, 1942 and 1943.
          "La succession d'Edmond Porgès a été saisie pendant la guerre et mise
          sous administration provisoire des Domaines de la Seine par Arrêté du 24 Juin
          1942, publié au J.O. du 26 Décembre 1942."
          For further details on this spoliation, click here.
         They lived in London during WWII then settled in Monaco.



Edmond PORGES (1901)

Edmond PORGES and his aunt Adela de WEISWEILLER (1845-1925)

Edmond PORGES driving his Panhard at Château de Passin
Source : Frédéric Vincent (2004) great grandnephew of Adela de WEISWEILLER
and grand-son of Charles Vincent (1876-1964) who took the above photographs.


"Edmond Porgès. Quel chameau ce Sem."
Caricature by Georges Goursat a.k.a. Sem (1863-1934).
Lithograph , from the series "le nouveau monde", Ca 1920

Michel Théodore Robert Edmond Porgès
(b. 04/08/1908 Val St Germain France, d. USA august 1999)
Banker in New York City
"I live in New York since 1940. Served with the Free French Forces
1943 to 1945. Member New york Stock Exchange 1953 to 1964 and
still working in Wall Street (V.P. , Shearson, Lehman brothers).
Married and divorced Dolores Neubauer. Married and
divorced Leda Coumantaros (mother of my two children)."
(letter of may 1, 1993)

Charles-Edmond Porges (lives in Oakland CA)

Ionas Porges (b. USA)

Theodore Porges (b. USA)

Anne Marie Helene Porges Sheeter, lives in Hines, Oregon; children : Paul & Catherine

 Florence Mathilde Adeline Violet Porgès (Lady Packer), (b. Paris 1915)
Married (27/10/1937) and divorced Robert Wigram Crawford in London
Married (1945) and divorced Noël Vincent in New York City
Married (Wesminster 1964) Press maganteSir Douglas Franck Hewson Packer (b. 1906, d. 1974), owner of Australian Consolidated Press
Lady Packer is Australian and lives in Sydney and Monaco.

Maurice (Moritz) Porges (b. 1798, d. Vienna 08/02/1870) married Henriette Reitlinger (b. ??, d. ??),
daughter of Moses Reitlinger, merchant in Vienna, and Veronica Leidesdorf

Henri (Heinrich) Porges (b. Vienna 03/07/1828, d. Paris 1901), (N° 88 on the birth registry of Vienna's Jewish community) buried at the cemetery of Rochefort en Yvelines (France), lived16 rue François 1er in Paris.
Pauline Porges (b. Vienna 17/12/1829, d. ??),
(#151 on the birth registry of Vienna's Jewish community)
Rosa Porges (b. Vienna 22/11/1830, d. ??),
(#195 on the birth registry of Vienna's Jewish community)
Sigismond (Sigmund, Siegismund) Porges (b. Vienna 07/03/1834, d. ??), (N° 360 on the birth registry of Vienna's Jewish community)
First to climb the Mönch mountain in 1857. Banker in Vienna ?

 Jules (Julius) Porgès (b. Vienna 25/05/1839 d. Paris 20/09/1921)
(N° 917 on the birth registry of Vienna's Jewish community)
(his French citizenship certificate, dated 1915, mentions : "he is the son of Maurice (Moritz) Porges, trader, and Henriette Reitlinger ; he had two brothers, one who was a banker in Vienna, the other lived in Paris, 16 rue François 1er.)
married Rose-Anne "Anna" Wodianer (b. Vienna 08/07/1854, d. Kallwang, Austria 22/09/1937)
She was granted the French nationality on february 5, 1898.
Diamond magnate and prominent art collector.
His mining business became the DeBeers Company.
Click here to read his biography.

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Jules Porgès


Jules Porgès & family, at home in Château de Rochefort

Jules Porgès (1839-1921) with wife Anna and daughter
Source :http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Jules_Porgès00.jpg & Barloworld

 

Henriette Hélène "Elly" Porgès (b. 04/07/1878 Baden Austria, d. 1946) married René Marquis de la Ferté Meun (b. 1870, d. 1946)
She sponsored a Prize of Poetry at Académie Française de Paris (Prix Hélène Porgès (philosophie) Prix quadriennal créé en 1922, http://www.academie-francaise.fr/role/baseprix/liste_prix_anciens.asp)

As reported by Yad Vashem, Henriette Porgès has been nominated in 2005 Juste de France for her righteous actions during WWII.
LES JUSTES DE FRANCE > Tous les Justes de France > Dossier n° 1058
" The Felzen family left Poland for France in 1910. They had three children: Albertine, Henri and Pauline. Mr Felsen volunteered during the First World War. In 1920, the family became French citizens and bought a cafe in 6th arrondissement of Paris.
In 1941, Albertine was arrested by the police but as a French national was subsequently released. Her husband managed to escape, taking shelter with non-Jewish friends and then fleeing into non-occupied France.
In 1942, Albertine, aware of the growing threat, abandoned everything and fled into non-occupied France with her three-year-old daughter Nicole.
There she rejoined her family in the Indre where they were sheltered by the Marquis Eugène de la Ferté, the mayor of the village of Maron, and his wife. The couple, recognizing the Felzens' destitution, found them shelter, bedding, blankets, food and heating.
The Felzons were not the only family protected by the mayor and his wife; they also cared for the Halkin and Pinszowski families. Their generosity was unflagging. At great risk to their own safety, they not only helped but saved 15 members of a single family."
Source : http://www.yadvashem-france.org/justes-france/?mode=detail&number=10583

Renée de la Ferté Meun (b. 22/07/1903, married Vital Comte de Gontaut Biron (b. 1904, d. 1928)

Elizabeth (b. 1928), married Michel Comte de la Forest Divonne (b. 1923)

Children : Véronique (1952) married Emmanuel Comte de La Forest Divonne (b. 1951) 4 children, Pierre-Louis (b. 1958), Vital (b. 1960, d. 1997)

Louis-Antoine Comte de Gontaut Biron (b. 1927) married Isabelle de Pontac (b. 1933)

4 children : Christophe (b. 1966), Sibylle (b. 1967), Alexandra (b. 1969), Géraud (b. 1972)

Anne de la Ferté Meun (b. 06/05/1901, d. 1984) married Arnaud Marquis de Gontaut Biron (b. 17/08/1897, d. 1985))

François Marquis de Gontaut Biron (b. 1927) married Huguette de Pontac (b. 1930). Château de Courtalain (28).

Anne-Charles (b. 1963) married Aude Azéma de Castet La Boulbène; children : Armand (b. 1992), Arnaud (b. 1993)

Marie-Antoinette de Gontaut Biron (b. 1925, d. 2003) married Jean-Guy de Wael (b. 19/10/1936)

Arnaud (b. 1962) married Anne Mollard (b. 1963) : son Thomas (b. 1993) lives in Germany (2007)

Sources :
Florence Porges (Lady Packer) (Monaco, Australia)
Michel Porges (New York)
Comte Michel de la Forest Divonne (Paris)
Mr Pierre-André Meyer ( Paris)
The Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People (from the Paul Diamant collection)
1993

Martyrologie du Bazar de la Charité, by Pierre NICOLAS, Paris 2000


Siegismund Porges

MonchMönch, whose name means monk, is a monumental mountain, part of the great north wall of the Bernese Oberland. It is the central summit of the three famous mountains on this crest, with Jungfrau (13,642 ft.) to its west and Eiger (13,025 ft.) to its east. Though Mönch is a serious mountain of snow and ice, it offers a relatively straightforward ascent, compared to its steep neighbors. Today railways take tourists near the summits of these mountains, and the Jungfraujoch Hotel (11,412 ft./ 3478 m.) has been built into the col that separates Jungfrau and Mönch.
Elevation 13,448 feet, 4,099 meters

Year First Climbed : 1857
First Climber(s): Siegismund Porges, Ulrich Almer, Christian Almer, Christian Kaufmann

Source : http://www.peakware.com/encyclopedia/peaks/monch.htm


Grand Dukes and Diamonds

The Wehrners of Luton Hoo

By Raleigh Trevelyan
Secker & Warburg, London 1991
© Raleigh Trevelyan

To read extensive excerpts of the book, click here.

Offices of Beit and Porges

The second Corner House

The Porges diamond

The Porges Diamond is a Fancy Yellow diamond weighing 78.53 carats and was bought by Harry Winston in 1962 who named it, as a tribute to the French diamond mining pioneer, Jules Porges. Winston mounted the stone so that it may be worn either as a brooch, within a frame set with cabochon-cut emeralds and rubies or as a single stone, set within a simple ring mount. The current owner purchased it from Harry Winston directly in 1968 and as record books indicate, the whereabouts were unknown until now.


Jules Porges (1839-1921), descended from a prominent Austro-Hungarian family, was born in Vienna and was raised in Prague, where his father was a master jeweler. By the 1860s he had settled in Paris where he quickly established himself as a principal force in the diamond trade and founded Jules Porges & Company. Just outside Paris, he built a spectacular château in Rochefort-en-Yvelines for his wife and daughter and his residence in Paris was located on the Avenue Montaigne, where he housed an important art collection, focusing on Dutch masters such as Hals and van Dyck. By the time diamonds were discovered in South Africa, he had amassed a tremendous fortune and was considered the leading diamond merchant in the world. Quickly realizing the potential of these newly discovered mines, he dispatched Alfred Beit and Julius Wernher in 1873 to act as his representatives in this new venture and in 1876, Porges himself arrived in Kimberley, playing the unusual role as both consumer and producer of diamonds. Although he had invested in the mining rights of the four major mines (De Beers, Bultfontein, Dutoitspan, and Kimberley), by 1879 he was almost completely focused on Kimberley and had become a close associate of Cecil Rhodes. Rhodes eventually convinced the French investors to sell their shares to the newly formed De Beers firm. Jules Porges quietly retired in 1890.

The Porges is an Asscher-cut Fancy Yellow diamond, SI1 clarity, and it figured as Christie's Magnificent Jewels sale of April 19th and 20th, 2004. It was Lot 473 in Sale 1362, with an estimate of $600,000 to $800,000 US (sold $769.100 US). The brooch in the photo, created by Harry Winston, is set with Old Mine and Old European cut diamonds in a freeform design around the Porges itself. These are enhanced by scattered cabochon-cut rubies and emerald with a total approximate weight of 23.90 and 15.00 carats, respectively. They are mounted in platinum and yellow gold. According to the text of the auction the piece is accompanied by a gold ring mounting and a screwdriver to transfer the Porges Diamond back and forth. Also included was a Harry Winston black suede case.

http://famousdiamonds.tripod.com/porgesdiamond.html

Descendance of Philipe le Beau
Marguerite (Louise) Stéphanie Claire de MARMIER (1807-1888)
x Jacques (Marie) Emmanuel FITZJAMES (1803-1846) 
 +> (Jacqueline) Arabella FITZJAMES (1827-1903)
 |  x Scipione Maria Alessandro Francesco BORGHESE (1823-1892)
 |   +> Isabella Maria Adelaide Margherita SALVIATI (1849-1918)    
 |   |  x Gastone LARDEREL (?-1895)
 |   +> Francesca Saveria SALVIATI (1855-1932)
 |   |  x Francesco d'Assisi Scipione Maria BORGHESE (1847-1926)
 |   |   +> Marco BORGHESE (1875-1942)
 |   |   |  x Isabel Fanny Louise PORGÈS (1879-1958)
 |   |   |   +> Scipione BORGHESE (1903-1918)
 |   |   |   +> Paolo BORGHESE (1904- )
 |   |   |   |  x Anna SCHEIBLER (1907-1932)
 |   |   |   |  .+> Flavia Maria Pia Isabella BORGHESE (1930- )
 |   |   |   |  .|  x Leopoldo de MARTINI di ORTESINO e CORTENUEVA (1909- )
 |   |   |   |  .+> Camilla Maria Antonia Pia BORGHESE (1932- )
 |   |   |   | xx Marcella FAZI (1911- )
 |   |   |   |   +> Francesco Marco Luigi Fabrizio BORGHESE (1938- )
 |   |   |   |   +> Livio Marco Luigi Fabrizio BORGHESE (1938- )
 |   |   |   +> Giuseppe BORGHESE (1906-1938)
 |   |   |   +> Giovanni BORGHESE (1911- 1983)
 |   |   |      x Adriana COLOMBO (1916- )
 |   |   |       +> Marco BORGHESE (1943- )
 |   |   |       |  x Dorothea PAPPAS 
 |   |   |       +> Maria Cristina BORGHESE (1945- )
 |   |   |       |  x Fabrizio CONTI 
 |   |   |       +> Alessandro BORGHESE (1946- )
 |   |   |       +> Guendalina BORGHESE (1949-1957)
 |   |   +> Pio BORGHESE (1877-1919)
 |   |   |  x Pia Diamilla MAGNELLI (1876-1929)
 |   |   |   +> Anna Maria BORGHESE (1916- )
 |   |   |      x Giuseppe SERLUPI d'ONGRAN (1907- )
 |   |   |       +> Domenico SERLUPI d'ONGRAN (1939- )
 |   |   |       +> Alfonso SERLUPI d'ONGRAN (1941- )
 |   |   |       |  x Maria Cristina CARBONELLI de LETINO (1946- )
 |   |   |       |   +> Francesca SERLUPI d'ONGRAN (1966- )
 |   |   |       +> Maria Pia SERLUPI d'ONGRAN (1944- )
 |   |   |       +> Francesco SERLUPI d'ONGRAN (1945- )
 |   |   |       +> Angela SERLUPI d'ONGRAN (1947- )
 |   |   |       +> Fabio SERLUPI d'ONGRAN (1948- )
 |   |   |       +> Teresa SERLUPI d'ONGRAN (1951- )
 |   |   |       +> Andrea SERLUPI d'ONGRAN (1954- )
 |   |   |       +> Paola SERLUPI d'ONGRAN (1958- )
 |   |   +> Giulio BORGHESE (1879-1923)
 |   |   |  x Maria Adelaide BASTOGI (1889-?)
 |   |   +> Orazio BORGHESE (1883-1947)
 |   |   |  x Elisa CASARETTO (1883-?)
 |   |   +> Anna Maria BORGHESE (1887-?)
 |   |      x Andrea PROVANA (1877-1937)