Marquess of Griñón

Marquess of Griñón (Spanish: Marqués de Griñón) is an hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, granted in 1862 by Isabella II to María Cristina Fernández de Córdoba, daughter of the Dukes of Arión.[2]

Marquessate of Griñón
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Creation date25 February 1862
MonarchIsabella II
PeeragePeerage of Spain
First holderMaría Cristina Fernández de Córdoba y Álvarez de las Asturias-Bohorques, 1st Marchioness of Griñón
Present holderTamara Isabel Falcó y Preysler[1]

Since 9 December 1955 the 5th Marquess was Carlos Falcó, who died in Madrid on 20 March 2020 at the age of 83, as a result of COVID-19.[3][4][5]

As the current holder remains childless, the heir apparent to the title is the fourth child of the late Carlos Falcó, Duarte Falcó y de la Cierva.

Marquesses of GriñónEdit

  1. María Cristina Fernández de Córdoba y Álvarez de las Asturias-Bohorques, 1st Marchioness of Griñón
  2. Fernando Fernández de Córdoba y Álvarez de las Asturias-Bohorques, 2nd Marquess of Griñón
  3. Gonzalo Joaquín Fernández de Córdoba y Mariátegui, 3rd Marquess of Griñón
  4. Joaquín Fernando Fernandéz de Córdoba y Osma, 4th Marquess of Griñón
  5. Carlos Falcó y Fernández de Córdoba, 5th Marquess of Griñón[6]
  6. Tamara Isabel Falcó y Preysler, 6th Marchioness of Griñón
 
Castle of Malpica de Tajo, one of the seats of the Marquesses of Griñón

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