1460 – 1799


1460 Helenora Helenora (née de Sacco) (d. 1460), wife of Rodolf Doxia and mother of Gubertus Magnus.

1490 GubertusGubertus Magnus (d. 1490), son of Rodolf Doxia and Helenora (née de Sacco).
1547 Andreas Andreas (d. 1547), son of Gubertus Magnus and Ursula (née à Porta).
1590 Dietegan Dietegan (d. 1590), son of Dietegan, and nephew of Andreas (d. 1547).
1597 Baptista Johann Baptista (d. 1597), son of Andreas (d. 1547) and
Violanda (née Pestalozzi).
1608 Hans Meiss v Tufen1607  Dorothea v Ulm

Hans Meiss von Tufen (d. 1608) and Dorothea von Ulm (d. 1607), parents of Barbara von Meiss.  According to P. Ganz, Kunstgegenstände und Antiquitäten, these portraits formerly hung in Schloss Wetzikon (Anz. f. Schweitz Alterumskunde, N F Bd I Seite 112, 113). The copies shown here are from “Notanden der Barbara v. Salis-Meiss” by P. Nicolaus v. Salis-Soglio, OSB  (1916).

1638 Baptista  1638 Baptista (1) 1638 Baptista de Salis Three portraits of Baptista von Salis-Soglio (d. 1638), son of Johann Baptista (d. 1597) and Anna à Salis. The portrait in the centre appears to be a copy of a similar portrait displayed on the website of the Conti de Salis-Soglio:  www.salis-soglio.it
The portrait on  the right is from “Notanden der Barbara v. Salis-Meiss” by P. Nicolaus v. Salis-Soglio, OSB (1916). The other two portraits are from the Dawley Collection.

1638 Barbara Barbara (née von Meiss) (b. 1574   d. 1638), wife of Baptista von Salis-Soglio.

1640c. Violanda de Salis1637 Dorothea1663 Ursine

Violanda (d. 1640) and Dorothea (d. 1637) and Ursine (d. 1663) (above), daughters of Baptista and Barbara.

d1663 Friedrich 1690 Rudolf1682 Anton

Freidrich (d. 1663), Rudolf (d. 1690) and Anton (d. 1682), sons of Baptista and Barbara. The black and white portraits are from “Notanden der Barbara v. Salis-Meiss” by P. Nicolaus v. Salis-Soglio, OSB (1916); The coloured portrait of Anton, is from the Dawley Collection.
1652 AnnaMaria (2) Anna-Maria (d. 1652), Abbess of Niedermünster, Regensburg, Germany.  This photograph of her tombstone in Regensburg is from: “General Hans Wolf von Salis und die Regensburger Salis” by P. Nicolaus v. Salis-Soglio, OSB (Chur, 1906).

1640 Hans Wolf General Hans Wolf (d. 1640).  From: “General Hans Wolf von Salis und die Regensburger Salis” by P. Nicolaus v. Salis-Soglio, OSB (Chur, 1906).
1660 Nikolaus Nikolaus (d. 1660). Portrait from “Junker Nicolaus von Salis zu Chiavenna” by von P.Nicolaus von Salis-Soglio, OSB (1916).

1684 Ulysses Ulysses (d. 1674),  third son of Hercules von Salis, Grison Maréchal de Camp and Colonel of a regiment of his name.

1724 Anton Anton (d. 1724), son of Anton (d. 1682) (above) and Cornelia.
1749 1st CountPeter, 1st Count (d. 1749), son of Anton (d. 1724) and Perpetua.


1762 MaryStanhope Mary Fane Mary Fane (née Stanhope) (d. 1762), wife of Charles, 1st Viscount Fane, whose daughter, Mary (née Fane) (d. 1785) (below left) married (1734) Jerome, 2nd Count (d. 1794) (below right).
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1807 3rd Count

Peter, 3rd Count (d. 1807).

1836 4th CountFrontcover
Jerome, 4th Count, and Henrietta, Countess de Salis

 

 

 

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