Joan Antoni de Boixadors i de Pinós, V comte de Savallà (1673 - 1745) MP

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Birthplace: Badalona, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Death: Died in Genoa, Genoa, Liguria, Italy
Managed by: George J. Homs
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About Joan Antoni de Boixadors i de Pinós, V comte de Savallà

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Juan Antonio de Pinos Boixadors PACs and also Juan Antonio de Pacs (Badalona 1672 - Arena of San Pier, Genoa, 1745, Earl and Viscount of Savallà Rocabertí.

Son of John and Teresa Boixadors and Rocabertí of Pines, was captain of the Colonel of Barcelona, defended the city during the siege of the Nine Years War that established the Duke of Vendome in 1697.

He participated in the founding of the Academy of distrust, and was elected its president. With the death of Charles II of Spain embraced the cause of the Archduke Charles in the War of Spanish Succession, participating in the defense of Barcelona in 1706, the same year was appointed governor of Majorca [1] the banishing of Bourbon island, staying in office until 1709. In 1711 he accompanied the Duke in Vienna on behalf of the Hundred tried to prevent the evacuation of the imperial troops in Barcelona. He stayed after the War ended in imperial service, being president of the Council of Flanders in Vienna from 1729 until 1740.

He married three times, first in 1699 with Dinisia Sureda of St. Martin and Zaforteza, with whom he had twelve children, with Xaviera von Berg, and Maria Francisca Perez. Their children were Maria Teresa and Boixadors Sureda St. Martha, Mary Grace, Charles, Anthony Bernard, Jeanne, Francis, Thomas, Joseph, Maria Antonia, John Thomas, John and Francis Joseph.