TAXIS

TAXIS
TAXIS
nomen Familiae in Belgio illustris, quae Turrianae Stirpis ramus est. In hac enim Franciscus, tertius filius Pagani Vicarii Imperat. Mediolani, defuncti A. C. 1241. praeliô contra Vicecomitem occisus, Guidonem filium reliquit, Mediolani feudô Imperiali Dominum, patrem inter alios Lamorati, qui, domûs infortunio cedens, in Bergomensem agrum transivit, ac in Valle Cornelia sedem fixit, monte Tassô acquisitô: unde Tassiorum seu Taxiorum nomen, Turrianô omissô, natum est. Ex huius
posteris Rogerius I. Austriacae Familiae se addixit, in Aula Friderici III. gratiosus. Inde fil. Franciscus, ac ex alio Simone nepos Fanciscus Iunior et Rogerius II. familiam meritis illustârunt. Illi Geveralis postae, vide in hac voce, sive veredariorum Praefecti, munus collatum est a Maximiliano I. Hic a tribus filiis totidem lineas propagavit. Et quidem ex iis Ioh. Baptista in Belgio sedem fixit, et ex Raimundo, Comitum de Villamediana in Hispania, qui iam exstincti atque ex Leonardo Barone Belgici Rami, in quo Lamorallus eius fil. Comitis dignitatem primus impetravit, sator exstitit. David alter Rogerii filius, in Tirolensi Comitatu vixit, eorum, qui praefecturam cursuum publicorum Venetiis exercent, auctor. Demum Simon in Italiam rediit, ac ab eius filiorum altero Rogerio, linea, quae Mediolani sedem retinuit, altero Antonio Marchiones de Paul descenderunt. Belgici rami, qui nunc Gentis caput, ista series est: Rogerius Turtianus de Taxis, ex Alegria de Albricio, genuit Ioh. Baptistam, maritum Christinae Wachtendonckiae, et ex ea patrem Leonardi Baronis. Quô et Ludovicâ Boisot Dn. de Huysinghe, natus Lamorallus Comitis dignitatem nactus, ex Genovefa agnata, suscepit Leonardum; qui, iunctâ sibi Alexandrinâ di Rye, pater fuit Lamoralli Claud. Francisci Comit. de Turri, Vallis Saxinae, Tassis ac S. Rom. Imp. Huic Anna Franc. Eugen. Hornana genuit Philippum Leopoldum, Eugenium Alexandrum, Inicum Lamorallum, Franciscum Sigismundum, Antonium, Genovefam, Ernestinam Mariam, Elisabetham Mariam, et Mariam Theresiam, omnes Comites de Turri Vallis Saxinae Tassis ac S. R. I. Spenerus, Theatr. Nob. Eur. part. 2. p. 5. et Ind. ac Art. Herald. Tom. 2.

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