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Camillo Ruspoli, 2nd Prince of Candriano

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Predecessor  Giuseppe Caracciolo
House  Ruspoli
Spouse  Marie Blanc (m. 1905)
Successor  None
Name  Camillo 2nd
Camillo Ruspoli, 2nd Prince of Candriano
Tenure  1 October 1920 – 5 September 1949
Born  January 10, 1882 Rome, Italy (1882-01-10)
Issue  Prince Emanuele Alberto Ruspoli
Father  Prince Emanuele Ruspoli
Died  September 5, 1949, Havana, Cuba
Parents  Emanuele Ruspoli, 1st Prince of Poggio Suasa
Children  Prince Emanuele Alberto Ruspoli
Grandparents  Carolina Ratti, Prince Bartolomeo Ruspoli
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Camillo dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, January 10, 1882 – Havana, September 5, 1949), was the 2nd and last Principe di Candriano, son of Emanuele Ruspoli, 1st Prince of Poggio Suasa, and second wife Laura Caracciolo dei Principi di Torella, Duchi di Lavello, Marchesi di Bella. His great-great-uncle was Cardinal Bartolomeo Ruspoli. He was also a half-great-uncle of actor Bart Ruspoli.


His maternal uncle, Giuseppe Caracciolo (1849 – 1920), Patrizio Napolitano, married twice and without issue, was the 1st Prince of Candriano (formerly Marquis of Candriano) (12 May 1893 – 1 October 1920).

Marriage and child

He married in Rome, April 29, 1905 Baronne Marie Marguerite Blanc (daughter of French Baron Albert Blanc and wife Natalia Terry y Dorticos) (Madrid, May 7, 1884 – November 22, 1961), by whom he had an only son:

  • Emanuele Alberto dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, February 24, 1906 – Paris, August 31, 1929), unmarried and without issue.
  • Notable published works

    He composed the ballet fantasy Festival of the Gnomes (which was orchestrated, conducted and recorded by Les Baxter in 1951).


    Camillo Ruspoli, 2nd Prince of Candriano Wikipedia

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