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Tommaso II d'Aquino, 2°conte d'Acerra

Also Known As: "Thomas"
Birthdate:
Death: March 15, 1273
Palermo, Sicily, Italy
Immediate Family:

Son of Adenolfo III d'Aquino and Maltruda d'Aquino
Husband of Margaret d'Aquino
Father of Isabella de L'Estendart; Giovanna Ruffo; Cubitosa d'Aquino; Adenolfo IV d'Aquino, 3°conte d’Acerra; Landolfo d'Aquino and 2 others
Half brother of Jacopo d'Aquino

Occupation: figura di rilievo della cerchia di Federico II di Svevia
Managed by: Bo Garsteen
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About Tommaso II d'Aquino, 2°conte d'Acerra

-https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tommaso_II_d%27Aquino


-http://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/tommaso-ii-d-aquino_%28Federiciana%29/ - Figlio di Adenolfo, giustiziere regio, ambasciatore dell'imperatore in Ungheria, e di Maltruda, figlia di Goffredo Russo. ...sposa Margherita, figlia illegittima di Federico II. Ha sette figli:

  • Adenolfo conte di Acerra,
  • Cristoforo conte di Ascoli,
  • Landolfo,
  • Enrico,
  • Gubitosa,
  • Giovanna,
  • Isabella.

...Sono annullati i promessi matrimoni tra i due suoi figli Gubitosa e Ademario con Galeotto e Costanza Lancia, figli di Galvano ..


/!\ MedLands has some deficiency in this node.

-http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/NEAPOLITAN%20NOBILITY.htm#TomasoAquinodied1273
a) TOMMASO d'Aquino (-15 Mar 1273, bur Capua, Santa Maria della Monache). His parentage is confirmed by a charter dated 6 Jun 1270 which records that "il conte Tommaso" to "Spedalieri" because the order had assisted "patri suo in Ungaria" where Emperor Friedrich II had sent him as part of a legation[264]. Conte di Acerra. Pope Innocent IV confirmed to “Thome de Aquino comiti Loriti et Acerrarum” his properties as held by “primogenitum quondam Adinulfi primogeniti comitis Acerrarum, avi tui”, dated 21 Jun 1251[265]. "Conr. rex" wrote to "Thomasio comitis Acerrarum…consanguineo…suo" forgiving the transgressions of "idem comes et Iacobus frater eius" and confirming their "bonis patrimonialibus", dated Aug 1252[266]. "Manfridus" King of Sicily names "comite Acerrarum cognato suo" in a charter dated 1254[267]. The Nicolai de Jamsilla Historia records that "Thomas comes Acerræ cognatus Principis" [referring to the future Manfredo King of Sicily] "et Riccardus Filangerius" visited Manfredo to negotiate their support during the period when he was plotting to seize the kingdom, dated to [1254/55] from the context[268]. The necrology of Capua records the death 15 Mar 1273 of Tomaso II Conte di Acerra[269].

m MARGHERITA di Suevia, illegitimate daughter of Emperor FRIEDRICH I & his mistress --- ([1230]-[12 Jul 1297/24 Jan 1298]). Emperor Friedrich II names "Tomaso d’Aquino…genero" when the emperor sent him to the march of Ancona with "l´altro genero Riccardo conte di Caserta", in a document dated Sep 1247[270]. A document dated 26 Nov 1288 at Naples records the serious illness of "comitissa mater comitis Acerrarum"[271]. A charter dated 8 Apr 1295 ordered an inquiry into the revenue from "casalium…in territorio terre Lanei…civitatis Capue" held by "mater quondam Adenulfi comitis Acerrarum"[272]. A charter dated 12 Jul 1297 was addressed to "domine Margarite olim comitisse Acerrarum" relating to her fiefs "de comitatu Acerrarum"[273]. A charter dated 24 Jan 1298 records that property of "domina Margarita senior comitissa Acerrarum", her dower "in Suessula" constituted by "quondam domino Thomasio Acerrarum comite viro suo", was granted to "dominus Philippus princeps Tarentinus"[274].

/!\ Tommaso & his wife had two children: 

- http://www.genmarenostrum.com/pagine-lettere/letterad/d'aquino/d'Aquino-antico.htm
2° Conte d'Acerra dal 1251; Conte di Loreto e Acerra con Ugento, Sarno e Montemarano e i castelli di Piedimonte, Alano, Longano, Cuculo e Gioanova investito dal Papa il 26-6-1251 (confermato da Re Corrado di Sicilia nell'8-1252); fa convenzione col Papa che lo investe di Acerra con Conza e Bisaccia e i castelli di Atina, Vairano, Castrocielo, Cicala e Montesarchio il 7-10-1254 e cede la contea di Loreto; permuta parti di Alvito, Settefrati, e San Donato al cugino Tommaso de Albeto con il casale di Luzzi; in un elenco di feudatari del 1271/1272 possedeva Acerra con Marigliano, Ottaiano, ¼ di Posta, il castello di Vicalvo e il casale di Suessola; Valletto dell'Imperatore Federico II nel 1243, Capitano del Ducato di Spoleto il 12-1249.

  • English translation

2 ° Count of Acerra since 1251, Count of Acerra, and with Loreto Lecce, Sarno and Montemarano and castles of Piedimonte, Great Dane, Longano, Cuckoo and Gioanova invested by the Pope on 06.26.1251 (confirmed by the King of Sicily in Conrad '8-1252); Convention is the Pope who invests with the Acerra Conza and Bisaccia and the castles of Atina, Vairano, Castrocielo, Cicala and Montesarchio on 07.10.1254 and gave the county of Loreto; exchange parts of Alvin, Settle, San Donato and his cousin Thomas de Ticks all the boxes with the house of Luzzi, a list of landowners in the 1271/1272 had Acerra with Marigliano, Ottaiano, ¼-mail, the castle and hamlet of Vicalvo Suessola; Footman Emperor Frederick II in 1243, Captain of the Duchy of Spoleto 12-1249.


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