Alexandru Paleologu (1919-2005), writer and diplomat, political prisoner during the communist regime. Descendant of boyar families Paleologu, Livaditti, Pennescu.
Neagu Djuvara (n. 1916), historian and diplomat. Descendant of boyar families Grădişteanu, Olănescu, Poroineanu, Hagi-Moscu, Hrisoscoleo, Djuvara and descendant of the Basarab dynasty.
Ion Irimescu (1903-2005), sculptor. Descendant of the French aristocratic family of Cazaban.
Profira Stoicescu (1904-2003). Descendant of families of Stegărescu, Pretorian, Alexandrescu-Guranda. Relative of Cantacuzino, Cuza and Xenopol families. During college, she was one of Mircea Eliade’s closest friends.
Mircea Horia Simionescu (1928-2011), writer. Relative of Brătianu family.
Gabriela Defour-Voiculescu (1920-2009), daughter of the poet Vasile Voiculescu.
Barbu Brezianu (1909-2008), historian and art critic, expert in the work of Constantin Brâncuşi, political prisoner during the communist regime. Descendant of the boyar families Brezianu, Ulescu, Sămeşescu. Relative of Macedonski and Tocilescu families.
Lydia baronesse Løvendal (1923-2006), daughter of the painter George baron Løvendal. The descendant of a Russian aristocratic family of Danish origin.
Corneliu Axentie (1911-2001), surgeon, political prisoner during the communist regime. Descendant of the family where the Transylvanian revolutionary from 1848, Axente Sever, was born.