Origine del cognome Giovine (di), provenienza: ItalyTitolo: Nobles - Earls
undervalue the omitted, we would like to mention: Giacomo landowner in Vicenza, flourishing in 1532; Tommaso, doctor of "utroque jure", living in Vicenza, in 1544; Fr. Pietro, apostolic commissioner in southern Italy, flourishing in 1578; Gio. Batta, soldier of fortune to the service of Venice, living in 1569; Giovanni, skilled soldier, who distinguished himself for honor and virtue, in the War of Candia; Luigi, councillor in Vicenza, living in 1687; Giacomo, doctor of both laws, living in Conegliano, in 1691; P. Alessandro, of the Order of the Minor Reformed, flourishing in Treviso, in 1693; Giovanni Soldier of the Venetian troops, who distinguished himself in the Morea war; Fr. Agostino, of the Reformed Minors; Niccolò, very expert lawyer, flourishing in Vicenza, in 1745. Noble family of Vercelli, known as Giovine or Giovinone or Giovenone (di). Girolamo, painter, had two children, Giuseppe-Amedeo and Giampaolo, talented painters too. The second, married a wife in 1581, continued the family that for three generations had distinguished doctors, then there was a lawyer, Giuseppe-Amedeo, who was Earl of Robello in the eighteenth century. Other family. Calabrian noble lineage, with residence in Catanzaro, known as Giovino or Giovine, which gave the country many lawyers and landowners. Family names so old, without any doubt, honour not only the families but also the cities that welcomed them; seems to be, in fact, very worthy the living members of this family which, with much decorum, carry this noble surname, which has had several illustrious persons.
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Stemma della famiglia: Giovine (di)
1 Blasone della famiglia Giovenone
Azure, a young men head proper, hair or with a garland vert round the temples, in chief or, an eagle sable crowned of the same.