A list of prominent members of the family:
Patriarch of the family, he lived during the 2nd half of the 10th century. He was doux of Antioch. He was killed in the battle of Apameia (998).
Eldest son of the former, he lived at the end of the 10th and the 1st half of the 11th century. He died in 1042. He was a candidate for the imperial throne twice – in 1028 and in 1042.
Son of Damianos, he lived in the 1st half of the 11th century. He too was doux of Antioch.
Son of Damianos, he lived in the 1st half of the 11th century. He was katepano of Iberia.
Doux of Thessaloniki and Serres in 1062-1063.
Doux of Skopje in 1073.
Nephew of Constantine, Theophylaktos and Romanos Dalassenos. He was imprisoned in 1038-1039 by John Orphanotrophos.
Granddaughter of the former from her mother. Mother of emperor Alexios I Komnenos. She was born ca. 1030 – she died in 1101-1102.
He lived in the 2nd half of the 11th century. One of the most competent naval commanders and a relative of Alexios I Komnenos. He shined during the battles against Tzacha, the emir of Smyrna.
Constantine Dalassenos Doukas:
He lived at the end of the 11th and the beginning of the 12th century.
John Rogeros Dalassenos:
He lived in the 1st half of the 12th century. He was married to the daughter of the emperor John II Komnenos ca. 1138 and was appointed caesar. He conspired against Manuel I Komnenos ca. 1143.
He is mentioned as a judge in 1196. He bore the title of sebastos.