Camerlengo of the Sacred College of Cardinals


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Not to be confused with the post of Camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church.

The Camerlengo (Italian: Chamberlain) of the Sacred College of Cardinals was the treasurer of that body.

He administered all property, fees, funds and revenue belonging to the College of Cardinals, celebrated the requiem Mass for a deceased cardinal and was charged with the registry of the Acta Consistoralia.

It is believed that the post was created by Pope Eugenius III in 1150, but there is no documentary proof to attest its existence before pontificate of Pope Innocent III, or perhaps even before the year 1272[1].

The position existed until 1997.

Contents

List of Camerlengos of the Sacred College of Cardinals

1198 to 1499

  • Cencio (?) (1198–1216)
  • (1217-1271 - no information found)
  • Guillaume de Bray (1272–1282)
  • (1283-1287 no information found)
  • Pietro Peregrosso (1288–1295)
  • Hugh Aycelin (1295–1297)
  • Robert de Pontigny (1298–1305)
  • Jean Le Moine (1305–1310)
  • Etienne de Suissy (1310–1311)
  • Nicolas de Freauville (1312–1313)
  • Berenguer Fredol (1313–1323)
  • Guillaume Teste (1323–1326)
  • Pierre d’Arabloy (1326–1331)
  • Pedro Gomez de Barroso (1331–1340)
  • Imbert Dupuis (1340–1348)
  • Guillaume Court (1348–1361)
  • Hugues Roger (1361–1363)
  • Guillaume Aigrefeuille (seniore) (1363–1369)
  • Guillaume Aigrefeuille (iuniore) (from 1369)
  • Obedience of Rome
    • Niccolo Mosquino (1378–1386)
    • Francesco Renzio (1386–1390)
    • Enrico Minutoli (1390–1412)
  • Obedience of Avignon
    • Guillaume Aigrefeuille (iuniore) (until 1401)
    • Martín de Zalba (1401–1403)
    • Amadeo Saluzzo (1403–1409)

1500 to 1600

  • (1500, no information available)
  • Juan López (1501)
  • (1502, no information available)
  • Francisco de Borgia (1503)
  • Juan de Vera (1504)
  • Antonio Trivulzio (1505)
  • Gianstefano Ferrero (1506)
  • (1507–1508, no information available)
  • François Guillaume de Castelnau-Clermont-Lodève (1509)
  • (1510–1511, no information available)
  • Robert Guibè (1512)
  • Leonardo Grosso della Rovere (1512–1513)
  • Robert Guibè (1513)
  • (1514–1515, no information available)
  • Antonio Maria Ciocchi del Monte (1516)
  • Achille de Grassis (1517–1518)
  • Lorenzo Pucci (1518–1519)
  • Giulio de Medici (1519–1520)
  • Francesco de Conti (1520–1521)
  • Giovanni Piccolomini (1521–1523)
  • Giovanni Domenico de Cupis (1523–1524)
  • Andrea de Valle (1524–1526)
  • Scaramuccia Trivulzio (1526–1527)
  • Domenico Giacobazzi (1527–1528)
  • Willem Encenvoirt (1529)
  • Antonio Sanseverino (1530–1531)
  • Benedetto Accolti (1531)
  • Agostino Spinola (1532–1533)
  • Gianvincenzo Carafa (1533–1534)
  • Andrea Palmieri (1534–1535)
  • Francisco Quinones (1535)
  • Francesco Cornaro (1536–1537)
  • Antonio Pucci (1537–1538)
  • Girolamo Ghinucci (1538–1539)
  • Giacomo Simonetta (1539–1540)
  • Gasparo Contarini (1540–1541)
  • Gianpietro Carafa (1541–1542)
  • Rodolfo Pio di Carpi (1542)
  • Pietro Bembo (1542–1543)
  • Juan Alvares de Toledo (1543–1544)
  • Pietro Paolo Parisio (1544–1545)
  • Marcello Cervini (1545)
  • Uberto Gambara (1545–1546)
  • Ascanio Parisani (1546–1547)
  • Bartolomeo Guidiccioni (1547–1548)
  • Miguel da Silva (1548–1549)
  • Giovanni Girolamo Morone (1549–1551)
  • Marcello Crescenzi (1551–1552)
  • Francisco Mendoza de Bobadilla (1552–1553)
  • Otto Truchsess von Waldburg (1553–1554)
  • Bartolomeo de la Cueva (1554–1555)
  • Federico Cesi (1555–1556)
  • Pedro Pacheco (1556–1558)
  • Giovanni Angelo Medici (1557–1558)
  • Tiberio Crispi (1559–1561)
  • Fulvio Cornea (1561–1562)
  • Giovanni Michele Saraceni (1562–1563)
  • Giovanni Ricci (1563–1564)
  • Giovanni Battista Cicada (1564–1565)
  • Scipione Rebiba (1565–1567)
  • Gianantonio Capizucchi (1567–1568)
  • Giacomo Savelli (1568–1569)
  • Luigi Cornaro (1569–1570)
  • Philibert Babou de la Bourdaisière (1570)
  • Antonio de Granvelle (1570–1571)
  • Stanisław Hozjusz (1571–1572)
  • Francesco Pacheco (1572–1574)
  • Giovanni Francesco Gambara (1574–1575)
  • Carlo Borromeo (1575–1576)
  • Alfonso Gesualdo (1576–1577)
  • Niccolò Caetani (1577–1578)
  • Innico d'Avalos d'Aragona (1578–1579)
  • Marcantonio Colonna (1579–1580)
  • Tolomeo Gallio (1580–1581)
  • Prospero Santacroce (1581–1582)
  • Zaccharia Delfino (1582–1583)
  • Giovanni Francesco Commendone (1583–1584)
  • Guglielmo Sirleto (1584–1585)
  • Michele Bonelli (1585–1587)
  • Lodovico Madruzzo (1587–1588)
  • Nicholas de Pellevè (1588–1589)
  • Giulio Antonio Santori (1589–1590)
  • Girolamo Rusticucci (1590–1593)
  • (1593–1594, no information available)
  • Giovanni Evangelista Pallotta (1595–1596)
  • Agostino Valieri (1596–1597)
  • (1597–1598, no information available)
  • Domenico Pinelli, seniore (1599–1600)

1600 to 1700

  • (1601–1604, no information available)
  • Gregorio Petrocchini, O.E.S.A. (1605–1607)
  • Paolo Emilio Sfondrati (1607–1608)
  • Ottavio Paravicini (1608–1609)
  • Ottavio Acquaviva d'Aragona, seniore (1609–1611)
  • Pietro Aldobrandini (1611–1612)
  • Ottavio Bandini (1612–1613)
  • Bartolomeo Cesi (1613–1614)
  • Francesco Mantica (1614)
  • Bonifazio Bevilacqua Aldobrandini (1614–1616)
  • Domenico Toschi (1616–1617)
  • Roberto Bellarmino (1617–1618)
  • Domenico Ginnasi (1618–1619)
  • Giovanni Delfino (1619–1620)
  • Giacomo Sannesio (1620–1621)
  • Scipione Caffarelli-Borghese (1621–1623)
  • Maffeo Barberini (1623), (Elected Pope Urban VIII on 6 August 1623)
  • Giovanni Garzia Millini (1623–1625)
  • Marcello Lante della Rovere (1625–1626)
  • Gianbattista Leni (1626–1627)
  • Gaspar Borja y Velasco (1627–1628)
  • Roberto Ubaldini (1628–1629)
  • Tiberio Muti (1629–1630)
  • Giulio Savelli (1630–1631)
  • Guido Bentivoglio d'Aragona (1631–1632)
  • Antonio Marcello Barberini (Antonio the Elder), O.F.M.Cap. (1632)
  • Desiderio Scaglia, O.P. (1632–1633)
  • Agostino Spinola Basadone (1633–1634)
  • Cosimo de Torres (1634–1635)
  • Alfonso de la Cueva-Benavides y Mendoza-Carrillo (1635–1636)
  • Antonio Marcello Barberini (Antonio the Elder), O.F.M.Cap. (1636–1637)
  • Luigi Caetani (1637–1638)
  • Bernardino Spada (1638–1639)
  • Berlinghiero Gessi (1639)
  • Federico Baldissera Bartolomeo Cornaro (1639–1641)
  • Giulio Cesare Sacchetti (1641–1642)
  • Giandomenico Spinola (1642–1643)
  • Giovanni Battista Pamphili (1643–1644), (Elected Pope Innocent X on 15 September 1644)
  • Gil Carrillo de Albornoz (1644–1646)
  • Ciriaco Rocci (1646–1647)
  • Giovanni Battista Maria Pallotta (1647–1648)
  • Ulderico Carpegna (1648–1649)
  • Marcantonio Franciotti (1649–1650)
  • Marco Antonio Bragadin (1650–1651)
  • Pier Donato Cesi (1651–1652)
  • Vincenzo Maculani, O.P. (1652–1653)
  • Francesco Peretti di Montalto (1653–1654)
  • Carlo Rossetti (1654–1656)
  • Francesco Angelo Rapaccioli (1656–1657)
  • Juan de Lugo y de Quiroga, S.J. (1657–1658)
  • Niccolò Albergati-Ludovisi (1658–1659)
  • Federico Sforza (1650–1660)
  • Benedetto Odescalchi (1660–1661)
  • Camillo Astalli-Pamphili (1661–1662)
  • Luigi Omodei (1662–1663)
  • Giacomo Corradi (1663–1664)
  • Giberto Borromeo (1664–1665)
  • Marcello Santacroce (1665–1666)
  • Giovanni Battista Spada (1666–1668)
  • Francesco Albizzi (1668–1669)
  • Ottavio Aquaviva d'Aragonia (1669–1671)
  • Carlo Pio di Savoia, iuniore (1671–1672)
  • Carlo Gualterio (1672–1673)
  • Flavio Chigi (1673–1674)
  • Giacomo Franzoni (1674–1675)
  • Pietro Vidoni, seniore (1675–1676)
  • Carlo Carafa della Spina (1676–1678)
  • Paluzzo Paluzzi Altieri degli Albertoni (1678–1679)
  • Giacomo Filippo Nini (1679–1680)
  • Giacomo Rospigliosi (1680–1681)
  • Gasparo Carpegna (1681–1682)
  • César d'Estrées (1682–1683)
  • Federico Baldeschi Colonna (1683–1684)
  • Francesco Nerli, iuniore (1684–1685)
  • Girolamo Gastaldi (1685)
  • Alessandro Crescenzi, C.R.S (1685–1687)
  • Galeazzo Marescotti (1687–1688)
  • Fabrizio Spada (1688–1689)
  • Philip Thomas Howard of Norfolk, O.P. (1689–1691)
  • Giambattista Spinola, seniore (1691–1692)
  • Savo Millini (1692–1693)
  • Francesco Lorenzo Brancati di Lauria, O.F.M. Conv. (1693)
  • Pier Matteo Petrucci (1693–1695)
  • Jan Kazimierz Denhoff (1695–1696)
  • Leandro Colloredo, Orat. (1696–1697)
  • Domenico Maria Corsi (1697)
  • 1698-1699 (No name given in Acta Camerari Sacri Collegii S. R. E. Cardinalium)
  • Bandino Panciatici (1699–1700)

1700 to 1801

  • Giacomo Cantelmi (1700–1702)
  • Toussaint de Forbin Janson, (1702–1703)
  • Giambattista Rubini (1703–1704)
  • Tommaso Maria Ferrari, O.P. (1704–1705)
  • Giuseppe Sacripante (1705–1706)
  • Fabrizio Paolucci (1706–1707)
  • Andrea Santacroce (1707–1708)
  • Sperello Sperelli (1708–1709)
  • Giovanni Maria Gabrielli, O.Cist. (1709–1710)
  • Lorenzo Corsini (1710–1711)
  • Francesco Acquaviva d'Aragonia (1711–1712)
  • Filippo Antonio Gualterio (1712–1713)
  • Giandomenico Paracciani (1713–1714)
  • Joseph-Emmanuel de la Trémoille (1714–1715)
  • Carlo Agostino Fabroni (1715–1716)
  • Michelangelo dei Conti (1716–1717)
  • Luigi Pico della Mirandola (1717–1718)
  • Antonio Felice Zondadari (1718–1719)
  • Pier Marcellino Corradini (1719–1720)
  • Luigi Priuli (1720)
  • Giovanni Battista Tolomei, S.J. (1720–1723)
  • Bernardino Scotti (1723–1724)
  • Nicolò Spinola (1724–1726)
  • Giorgio Spinola (1726–1727)
  • Cornelio Bentivoglio (1727–1728)
  • Luis Antonio Belluga y Moncada (1728–1729)
  • Mihály Frigyes Althan (1729–1730)
  • Álvaro Cienfuegos Villazón, S.J. (1730–1732)
  • Giambattista Altieri, iuniore (1732–1733)
  • Vincenzo Petra (1733–1734)
  • Niccolò Maria Lercari (1734–1735)
  • Vincezo Ludovico Gotti (1735–1736)
  • Leandro Porzia (1736–1737)
  • Pierluigi Carafa (1737–1738)
  • Francesco Scipione Maria Borghese (1738–1739)
  • Vincenzo Bichi (1739–1741)
  • Giuseppe Firrao (1741–1742)
  • Antonio Saverio Gentili (1742–1743)
  • Giovanni Antonio Guadagni, O.C.D. (1743–1744)
  • Troiano Aquaviva d'Aragona (1744–1745)
  • Domenico Riviera (1745–1746)
  • Giambattista Spinola (1746–1747)
  • Raniero D'Elci (1747–1748)
  • Domenico Silvio Passionei (1748–1749)
  • Silvio Valenti Gonzaga (1749–1750)
  • Joaquín Fernández Portocarrero (1750–1751)
  • Camillo Paolucci (1751–1752)
  • Carlo Alberto Guidoboni Cavalchini (1752–1753)
  • Federico Marcello Lante Montefeltro della Rovere (1753–1754)
  • Francesco Landi Pietra (1754–1755)
  • Fortunato Tamburini, O.S.B.Cas. (1755–1756)
  • Girolamo de Bardi (1756–1757)
  • Giovanni Battista Mesmer (1757–1758)
  • Henry Benedict Mary Clement Stuart of York (1758–1760)
  • Giuseppe Maria Feroni (1760–1761)
  • Luca Melchiore Tempi (1761–1762)
  • Cosimo Imperiali (1762–1763)
  • Antonio Andrea Galli, C.R. SS.S. (1763–1764)
  • Carlo Rezzonico (1764–1765)
  • Ferdinando Maria de Rossi (1765–1766)
  • Giuseppe Maria Castelli (1766–1767)
  • Gaetano Fantuzzi (1767–1768)
  • Pietro Girolamo Guglielmi (1768–1770)
  • Marcantonio Colonna (1770–1771)
  • Andrea Corsini (1771–1772)
  • Simone Buonaccorsi (1772–1773)
  • Giovanni Carlo Boschi (1773–1774)
  • Ludovico Calini (1774–1776)
  • Lazzaro Opizio Pallavicino (1776–1777)
  • Pietro Pamphilj (1777–1778)
  • Mario Marefoschi Compagnoni (1778–1779)
  • Scipione Borghese (1779–1780)
  • Antonio Eugenio Visconti (1780–1781)
  • Bernardino Giraud (1781–1782)
  • Innocenzo Conti (1782–1783)
  • Francesco Saverio de Zelada (1783–1784)
  • Leonardo Antonelli (1784–1785)
  • Giovanni Archinto (1785–1786)
  • Giacinto Sigismondo Gerdil, B. (1786–1787)
  • Guglielmo Pallotta (1787–1788)
  • Franziskus Herzan von Harras (1788–1789)
  • Giovanni De Gregorio (1789–1790)
  • Francesco Carrara (1790–1791)
  • Ignazio Busca (1791–1792)
  • Stefano Borgia (1792–1793)
  • Tommaso Antici (1793–1794)
  • Giovanni Battista Caprara Montecuccoli (1794–1795)
  • Antonio Dugnani (1795–1796)
  • Aurelio Roverella (1796–1797)
  • Giulio Maria della Somaglia (1797–1798)
  • Vincenzo Maria Altieri (1798) (1)
  • Giulio Maria della Somaglia (1799–1801) (2)

1801 to 1900

1900 to 1995

References

  1. ^ I.S.Robinson, The Papacy 1073-1198. Continuity and Innovation, Cambridge University Press 1990, p. 41 and 253, says that Cardinal Cencio was Camerlengo of the College during pontificate of Innocent III, but W. Maleczek, Papst und Kardinalskolleg von 1191 bis 1216, Wien 1984, p.112, doubt it. The first undisputed occupant of that post was Guillaume de Bray in 1272

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