Count of Atouguia

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Coat of Arms of the Ataíde family, Counts of Atouguia.

Count of Atouguia (in Portuguese Conde de Atouguia) was a Portuguese title of nobility created by a royal decree, dated from 17 December 1448, by King Afonso V of Portugal, and granted to D. Álvaro Gonçalves de Ataíde.

This title became extinct due to the 11th Count involvement in the Távora affair; the plot was discovered, the count was executed and his House and estates were confiscated.

List of the Counts of Atouguia (1448)[edit]

  1. D. Álvaro Gonçalves de Ataíde (c.1390-1452);
  2. D. Martinho de Ataíde (c.1410- ? ), his son;
  3. D. Luis de Ataíde (1517-1580), his great-grandson, 10th Viceroy of India;
  4. D. João Gonçalves de Ataíde (c.1560- ? ), his 2nd cousin;
  5. D. Luís de Ataíde (c.1570- ? ), his son;
  6. D. Jerónimo de Ataíde (c.1610-1665), his son;
  7. D. Manuel Luís de Ataíde (c.1640- ? ), his older son;
  8. D. Luís Peregrino de Ataíde (c.1662-1689), his younger brother;
  9. D. Jerónimo de Ataíde (c.1680-1720), his son;
  10. D. Luís Peregrino de Ataíde (1700- ? ), his son, 6th Viceroy of Brazil;
  11. D. Jerónimo de Ataíde (1721-1759), his son.

Family Name[edit]

The family name associated with the Counts of Atouguia was Ataíde.

See also[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • "Nobreza de Portugal e do Brasil" – Vol. II, pages 331/337. Published by Zairol Lda., Lisbon 1989.

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