Count of Vale de Reis (in Portuguese Conde de Vale de Reis) is a Portuguese title of nobility granted by royal decree of King Philip III of Portugal, dated from August 16, 1628, to Nuno de Mendonça (c.1560-1632).
Originally, the family name associated with this House was Mendonça.
Due to different Lordships inherited by this family, several other names were added and, in the late 18th Century, they became known as Mendonça Rolim de Moura Barreto.
List of the Counts of Vale de ReisEdit
- Nuno de Mendonça (c.1560-1632)
- Nuno de Mendonça (1612-1692)
- Lourenço de Mendonça e Moura (1642-1707)
- Nuno Manuel de Mendonça (1670-1732)
- Lourenço Filipe Nery de Mendonça e Moura (1705-1788)
- Nuno José de Mendonça e Moura (1733-1799)
- José Maria de Mendonça e Moura
- Agostinho Domingos José de Mendonça Rolim de Moura Barreto (1780-1824), became 1st Marquis of Loulé in 1799;
- Nuno José Severo de Mendonça Rolim de Moura Barreto (1804 - 1875), also 2nd Marquis of Loulé and 1st Duke of Loulé (1862).
(for the list of holders after this date see Duke of Loulé)
The family also holds the titles of: