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Cardinals camerlengo of the Sacred College of Cardinals
(1198-1997)

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The post may have originated from a quite obscure office of the "camerlengo of the Roman Curia", which is attested only in 12th century. Certain Guido, future cardinal-bishop of Tivoli, is explicitly mentioned as camerlengo of the Roman Curia in 1123; and in the year 1151, two curial officials Franchus and Rainerius, both non-cardinals are styled as "camerlengos" without any further specifications. Ian Stuart Robinson, The papacy 1073-1198: continuity and innovation (New York: Cambridge University Press, c1990), p. 41 and 253, assumed that one of them was probably camerlengo of the Pope, and the second of the Curia or of the College of Cardinals. If this hypothesis is correct, the post of camerlengo of the College would have been initially a non-cardinalitial office, which perhaps would explain why the names of its early occupants have not been preserved to our times. In 1150, Pope Eugenius III created the post of camerlengo of the Sacred College of Cardinals at the same time that he decreed that the bishop of Ostia would be the dean of the college. The camerlengo administered the property and revenues of the college and kept the record of business transacted in consistories. With the establishment of those two offices, the Sacred College of Cardinals was organized. For the period before 1431, the information is taken from Paul Maria Baumgarten, Untersuchungen und Urkunden über die Camera Collegii Cardinalium für die Zeit von 1295 bis 1437 (Leipzig : Verlag von Giesecke & Devrient, 1898, reprinted by BiblioBazar LLC), pp. LI-LVII. Before 1437 the camerlengos of the College occupied this post until death, with only five known cases of resignations (Jean Le Moine in 1310; Nicolas de Fréauville in 1313; Pedro Gómez Barroso in 1340; Niccolò Caracciolo Moschino in 1386; and Antonio Panciera in 1431, shortly before his death). In September 1437, Pope Eugene IV reformed the Camera of the College, issued its statutes and modifications, and from that time onwards the camerlengos were elected for an annual term only. For the period after 1437, the information is taken from Hierarchia Catholica Medii et Recientoris Aevi, Volumen II (1431-1503), p. 59; Volumen III (1503-1592), p. 81; Volumen IV (1592-1667), p. 58-59; Volumen V (1667-1730), p. 58-59; Volumen VI (1730-1799), p. 55-56; Volumen VII (1800-1846), p. 50-51; Volumen VIII (1846-1903), p.62-63 ; and Volumen IX (1903-1922), p. 29-30. And from Acta Sanctae Sedis, 1903-1908; and Acta Apostolica Sedis, 1909-1988. The 1983 Code of Canon Law eliminated the term "sacred" from the official name of the college as well as of all the dicasteries of the Roman Curia. The post of camerlengo of the Sacred College was abolished in 1997, without any official announcement. The post of camerlengo of the Sacred College of Cardinals should not be confused with that of camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church.

Camerlengos:
Cencio (1198-1216)
Guillaume de Bray (attested only once, in 1272)
Pietro Peregrosso (1288?-1295)
Hugues Aycelin de Billom, O.P. (1295-1297)
Robert de Pontigny, O.Cist. (1298-1305)
Jean Le Moine (1305-resigned 1310)
Étienne de Suisy (1310-1311)
Nicolas de Fréauville, O.P. (1312-resigned 1313)
Bérenguer de Frédol, iuniore (1313-1323)
Guillaume Teste (1323-1326)
Pierre d'Arrabloy (1326-1331)
Pedro Gómez Barroso (1331-resigned 1340)
Imbert Dupuis (1340-1348)
Guillaume Court, O.Cist. (1348-1361)
Hugues Roger, O.S.B. (1361-1363)
Guillaume d'Aigrefeuille, seniore (1363-1369)
Guillaume d'Aigrefeuille, iuniore, O.S.B.Clun. (from 1369, deposed by Urban VI in 1378, retained the post in the obedience of Avignon until his death in 1401)

Obedience of Rome
Niccolò Caracciolo Moschino, O.P. (1378-resigned 1386)
Francesco Renzio (1386-1390)
Enrico Minutoli (1390-1412; joined the obedience of Pisa in 1409; confirmed as camerlengo of the College by Antipope Alexander V but had to share the post with Pseudocardinal Amedeo di Saluzzo). After 1409 no camerlengo of the College is attested in the obedience of Pope Gregory XII

Obedience of Avignon
Guillaume d'Aigrefeuille, iuniore, O.S.B.Clun. (1378-1401)
Martín de Zalba (1401-1403)
Amedeo di Saluzzo (1403-1419; deposed in 1408 for having joined the obedience of Pisa but reappointed by Antipope Alexander V in 1409 and then confirmed by Pope Martin V; 1409-1412 shared the post with Enrico Minutoli). After 1408, no camerlengo of the College is attested in the obedience of Antipope Benedict XIII

After the Council of Constance
Amedeo di Saluzzo (until 1419)
Francesco Lando (1419-1427)
Antonio Panciera (1428-resigned 1431)
Lucido Conti (1431-1437)
Angelotto Fosco (1437)
Domenico Capranica (1438)
Prospero Colonna (1439)
Guillaume d'Estouteville, O.S.B.Clun. (1440)
Bessarion (1441)
Niccolò d'Acciapaccio (1442)
Giovanni Berardi (1443)
Alberto Alberti (1444)
Pietro Barbo (1445)
Juan de Torquemada, O.P. (1446)
Giorgio Fieschi (1447)
Domenico Capranica (1448)
Astorgio Agnensi (1449)
Isidore of Kiev (1450)
Latino Orsini (1451)
Guillaume d'Estaing, O.S.B. (1452)
Alain de Coëtivy (1453)
Filippo Calandrini (1454)
Antonio Cerdà i Lloscos, O.SS.T. (1456)
Enea Silvio Piccolomini (1457)
Giacomo Tebaldi (1458)
Juan de Mella (1459)
Pietro Barbo (1460)
Alessandro Oliva, O.E.S.A. (1461)
Niccolò Fortiguerra (1462)
Giacomo Ammannati-Piccolomini (1462)
Nikolaus von Cusa (1463)
Giacomo Ammannati-Piccolomini (1464)
Louis d'Albret (1465)
Guillaume d'Estouteville, O.S.B.Clun. (1465)
Berardo Eroli (1466)
Bessarion (1467)
Guillaume d'Estouteville, O.S.B.Clun. (1468)
Juan Carvajal (1469)
Latino Orsini (1470)
Filippo Calandrini (1471)
Rodrigo de Borja y Borja (1472)
Guillaume d'Estouteville, O.S.B.Clun. (1473)
Berardo Eroli (1474)
Bartolomeo Roverella (1475)
Giacomo Ammannati-Piccolomini (1476)
Oliviero Carafa (1477)
Marco Barbo (1478)
Giuliano della Rovere (1479)
Giovanni Battista Zeno (1480)
Stefano Nardini (1481)
Ausias Despuig (1482)
Giovanni Arcimboldo (1483)
Giovanni Battista Cibo (1484)
Giovanni Michiel (1484)
Jorge da Costa (1486)
1487-1491 (no information available)
Lorenzo Cibo de' Mari (1492)
Antonio Gentile Pallavicino (1493)
1494 (no information available)
Giovanni Battista Orsini (1495)
1496-1497 (no information available)
Bernardino López de Carvajal (1498)
Bartolomé Martí (1499)

16th century
1500 (no information available)
Juan López (1501)
1502 (no information available)
Francisco de Borja (1503)
Juan de Vera (1504-1505)
Antonio Trivulzio (1505-1506)
Gianstefano Ferrero (1506-1507)
1507-1509 (no information available)
François Guillaume de Castelnau de Clermont-Ludève (1509-1510)
1510-1512 (no information available)
Robert Guibé (1512)
Leonardo Grosso della Rovere (1512-1513)
Robert Guibé (1513-1514)
1514-1516 (no information available)
Antonio Maria Ciocchi del Monte (1516-1517)
Achille Grassi (1517-1518)
Lorenzo Pucci (1518-1519)
Giulio de' Medici (1519-1520)
Francesco Conti (1520-1521)
Giovanni Piccolomini (1521-1523)
Giovanni Domenico De Cupis (1523-1524)
Andrea Della Valle (1524-1526)
Scaramuccia Trivulzio (1526-1527)
Domenico Giacobazzi (1527-1528)
1528-1529 (no information available)
Willem van Enckenvoirt (1529-1530)
Antonio Sanseverino, O.S.Io.Hieros. (1530-1531)
Benedetto Accolti (1531-1532)
Agostino Spinola (1532-1533)
Gianvincenzo Carafa (1533-1534)
Andrea Matteo Palmieri (1534-1535)
Francisco de los Ángeles Quiñones, O.F.M. (1535-1536)
Francesco Cornaro, seniore (1536-1537)
Lorenzo Pucci (1537-1538)
Girolamo Ghinucci (1538-1539)
Giacomo Simoneta (1539-1540)
Gasparo Contarini (1540-1541)
Gian Pietro Carafa (1541-1542)
Rodolfo Pio (1542-1543)
Pietro Bembo, O.S.Io.Hieros. (?-1543)
Juan Álvarez de Toledo, O.P. (1543-1544)
Pierpaolo 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)
Bartolomé de la Cueva y Toledo (1554-1555)
Federico Cesi (1555-1556)
Pedro Pacheco de Villena (1556-1558)
Giovanni Angelo de' Medici (1558-1559)
Tiberio Crispi (1559-1561)
Fulvio Giulio della Corgna, O.S.Io.Hieros. (1561-1562)
Giovanni Michele Saraceni (1562-1563)
Giovanni Ricci (1563-1564)
Giovanni Battista Cicala (1564-1565)
Scipione Rebiba (1565-1567)
Gianantonio Capizucchi (1567-1568)
Giacomo Savelli, (1568-1569)
Luigi Cornaro (1569-1570)
Philibert Babou de la Bourdaisière (1570)
Antoine Perrenot de Granvelle (1570-1571)
Stanisław Hosius (1571-1572)
Francisco Pacheco de Toledo (1572-1574)
Uberto Gambara (1574-1575)
Carlo Borromeo (1575-1576)
Alfonso Gesualdo (1576-1577)
Niccolò Caetani (1577-1578)
Innico d'Avalos d' Aragona, O.S. Iacobis (1578-1579)
Marco Antonio Colonna, seniore (1579-1580)
Tolomeo Gallio (1580-1581)
Prospero Sanctacroce (1581-1582)
Zaccaria Delfino (1582-1583)
Gianfrancesco Commendone (1583-1584)
Guglielmo Sirleto (1584-1585)
Michelle Bonelli, O.P. (1585-1587)
Ludovico Madruzzo (1587-1588)
Nicolas de Pellevé (1588-1589)
Giulio Antonio Santorio (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)

17th century
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 (1614-1616)
Domenico Toschi (1616-1617)
Roberto Bellarmino, S.J. (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 August 6, 1623)
Giovanni Garzia Millini (1623-1625)
Marcello Lante (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 (1631-1632)
Antonio Barberini, seniore, O.F.M.Cap. (1632)
Desiderio Scaglia, O.P. (1632-1633)
Agustín Spínola (1633-1634)
Cosimo de Torres (1634-1635)
Alfonso de la Cueva-Benavides y Mendoza-Carrillo (1635-1636)
Antonio Barberini, seniore, O.F.M.Cap. (1636-1637)
Luigi Caetani (1637-1638)
Bernardino Spada (1638-1639)
Berlinghiero Gessi (1639)
Federico Cornaro, iuniore (1639-1641)
Giulio Cesare Sacchetti (1641-1642)
Giandomenico Spinola (1642-1643)
Giambattista Pamphili (1643-1644)
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)
Pierdonato Cesi, iuniore (1651-1652)
Vincenzo Maculani, O.P. (1652-1653)
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)
Giambattista Spada (1666-1668)
Francesco Albizzi (1668-1669)
Ottavio Aquaviva d'Aragona (1669-1671)
Carlo Pio, 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, 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)

18th century
Giacomo Cantelmo (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'Aragona (1711-1712)
Filippo Antonio Gualterio (1712-1713)
Giandomenico Paracciani (1713-1714)
Joseph-Emmanuel de la Trémoille (1714-1715)
Carlo Agostino Fabroni (1715-1716)
Michelangelo Conti (1716-1717)
Lodovico Pico della Mirandola (1717-1718)
Antonfelice 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, O.P. (1735-1736)
Leandro di Porzia, O.S.B.Cas. (1736-1737)
Pierlugi Carafa, iuniore (1737-1738)
Francesco 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)
Giovanni Battista 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 (1753-1754)
Francesco Landi (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, Can. Reg. del Ssmo. Salvatore Lat. (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 (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)
Hyacinthe Sigismond Gerdil, C.R.S.P. (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 (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)

19th century
Diego Innico Caracciolo (1801-1802)
Giuseppe Firrao (1802-1803)
Ferdinando Maria Saluzzo (1803-1804)
Bartolomeo Pacca (1804-1805)
Giovanni Filippo Gallarati Scotti (1805-1806)
Lorenzo Litta (1806-1807)
Filippo Casoni (1807-1808)
Girolamo della Porta (1808-1809)
Valentino Mastrozzi (1809-1810)
Antonio Despuig y Dameto (1810-1813)
Pietro Francesco Galeffi (1814-1818)
Antonio Doria Pamphilj (1818-1819)
Fabrizio Dionigi Ruffo (1819-1820)
Ercole Consalvi (1820-1821)
Giuseppe Albani (1821-1822)
Francesco Guidobono Cavalchini (1822-1823)
Giovanni Caccia-Piatti (1823-1825)
Pietro Vidoni (1825-1826)
Cesare Guerrieri Gonzaga (1826-1827)
Antonio Frosini (1827-1828)
Tommaso Riario Sfroza (1828-1830)
Belisario Cristaldi (1830-1831)
Juan Francisco Marco y Catalán (1831-1832)
Domenico de Simone (1832-1833)
Ludovico Gazzoli (1833-1834)
Mario Mattei (1834-1835)
Nicola Grimaldi (1835-1836)
Alessandro Spada (1836-1837)
Bartolomeo Pacca (1837-1838)
Emmanuele de Gregorio (1838-1839)
Giovanni Francesco Falzacappa (1839-1840)
Carlo Maria Pedicini (1840-1841)
Antonio Domenico Gamberini (1841)
Giacomo Giustiniani (1842-1843)
Vincenzo Macchi (1843-1844)
Luigi Lambruschini, C.R.S.P. (1844-1845)
Pietro Ostini (1845-1846)
Castruccio Castracane degli Antelminelli (1846-1847)
Mario Mattei (1848-1850)
Giacomo Luigi Brignole (1851-1852)
Costantino Patrizi Naro (1852-1853(
Luigi Amat di San Filippo e Sorso (1853-1854)
Gabriele Ferretti (1854-1855)
Antonio Maria Cagiano de Azevedo (1855-1856)
Benedetto Barberini (1856-1857)
Ugo Pietro Spinola (1857-1858)
Gabriele della Genga Sermattei (1858-1859)
Clarissimo Falconieri Mellini (1859)
Antonio Tosti (1859-1860)
Gasparo Bernardo Pianetti (1861-1862)
Fabio Maria Asquini (1862-1863)
Niccola Paracciani Clarelli (1863-1864)
Domencio Carafa di Traetto (1864-1865)
Sisto Riario Sfroza (1865-1866)
Camillo di Pietro (1866-1867)
Karl-August von Reisach (1867-1868)
Alessandro Barnabò (1868-1869)
Giuseppe Milesi Pironi Ferretti (1869-1870)
Piero di Silvestri (1870-1871)
Angelo Quaglia (1871-1872)
Antonio Maria Panebianco, O.F.M.Conv. (1872-1873)
Antonino Saverio De Luca (1873-1874)
Giuseppe Andrea Bizzarri (1874-1875)
Jean-Baptiste-François Pitra, O.S.B. (1875-1876)
Lucien-Louis-Joseph Bonaparte (1876-1877)
Innocenzo Ferrieri (1877-1879)
Edoardo Borromeo (1879-1880)
Raffaele Monaco La Valletta (1880-1881)
Flavio III Chigi (1881-1882)
Luigi Oreglia di Santo Stefano (1882-1883)
Tommaso Martinelli, O. E.S.A. (1883-1884)
Mieczyslaw Halka Ledóchowski (1884-1885)
Giovanni Simeoni (1885-1886)
Domenico Bartolini (1886-1887)
Luigi Serafini (1887-1888)
Lucido Maria Parocchi (1888-1889)
Carlo Laurenzi (1889)
Paul Ludolf Melchers (1889-1891)
Serafino Vannutelli (1891-1892)
Gaetano Aloisi Masella (1892-1893)
Mariano Rampolla del Tindaro (1893-1894)
Fulco Luigi Ruffo-Scilla (1894-1895)
Angelo di Pietro (1895-1896)
Girolamo Maria Gotti, O.C.D. (1896-1897)
Domenico Maria Jacobini (1897-1898)
Antonio Agliardi (1898-1899)
Domencio Ferrata (1899-1900)

20th century
Serafino Cretoni (1900-1901)
Giovanni Battista Casali del Drago (1901-1902)
Francesco di Paola Cassetta (1902-1903)
Alessandro Sanminiatelli Zabarella (1903-1905)
François-Désiré Mathieu (1905-1906)
Pietro Respighi (1906-1907)
Sebastiano Martinelli, O.E.S.A. ( 1907-1909)
Casimiro Gennari (1909-1911)
Rafael Merry del Val y Zulueta (1911-1912)
Aristidi Rinaldi (1912-1914)
Pietro Gasparri (1914-1915)
Antonio Vico (1915-1916)
Gennaro Granito Pignatelli di Belmonte (1916-1919)
Basilio Pompilj (1919-1920)
Giulio Boschi (1920)
Rafael Merry del Val y Zulueta (1920-1922)
Wilhelmus Marinus van Rossum, C.SS.R. (1922-1923)
Andreas Frühwirth, O.P. (1923-1924)
Raffaele Scapinelli di Leguigno (1924-1925)
Vittorio Amedeo Ranuzzi de' Bianchi (1925-1926)
Donato Raffaele Sbarretti (1926-1927)
Tommaso Pio Boggiani, O.P. (1927-1928)
Francesco Ragonesi (1928-1929)
Achille Locatelli (1929-1930)
Luigi Sincero (1930-1931)
Bonaventura Cerretti (1933)
Achille Locatelli (1933-1935)
Luigi Capotosti (1935-1936)
Lorenzo Lauri (1936-1937)
Eugenio Pacelli (1937-1939)    (Elected Pope Pius XII on March 2, 1939)
Raffaele Carlo Rossi, O.C.D. (1939-1941)
Pietro Fumasoni Biondi (1941-1946)
Federico Tedeschini (1946-1947)
Francesco Marmaggi (1947-1948)
Domenico Jorio (1948-1949)
Massimo Massimi (1949-1950)
Nicola Canali (1950-1951)
Giovanni Mercati (1951-1953)
Giuseppe Bruno (1953-1954)
Alfredo Ottaviani (1954-1958)
Eugène Tisserant (1958-1960)
Clemente Micara (1960-1961)
Giuseppe Pizzardo (1961-1962)
Benedetto Aloisi Masella (1962-1964)
Amleto Giovanni Cicognani (1964-1967)
Giuseppe Antonio Ferretto (1967-1969)
Grégoire-Pierre Agagianian (1969-1970)
Alfredo Ottaviani (1970-1973)
Arcadio María Larraona, C.M.F. (1973)
Ildebrando Antoniutti (1974)
Franjo Šeper (1974-1976)
Agnello Rossi (1976-1977)
Gabriel-Marie Garrone (1977-1979)
Egidio Vagnozzi (1979-1980)
1980-1982 (vacant)
Maximilien de Furstenberg (1982-1984)
Silvio Oddi (1984-1987)
Giuseppe Paupini (1987-1988)
Jan Willebrands (1988-1997) (3)

(1) Elected camerlengo of the Sacred College of Cardinals on January 29, 1798. Resigned cardinalate on March 12, 1798; the resignation was accepted by Pope Pius VI on September 7, 1798.
(2) Elected camerlengo of the Sacred College of Cardinals during the conclave of 1799-1800; confirmed by Pope Pius VII in 1800.
(3) 1997 was the last year in which Annuario Pontificio listed a cardinal as camerlengo of the College of Cardinals. The post was abolished at an unknown date that year.

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