Origen del apellido Montalbano, país de origen: ItaliaNobleza: Nobles - Lords - Counts - Barons - Marquises
service. A Giovanni Tommaso, on 15 October 1763, obtained the investiture of the title of baron of the Office of Portulanotto of Licata; a Pellegrino from Caltabellotta, with privilege given to 10 June 1779, obtained the title of Baron of Castellaci, Montellare and Villamena and was proconservatore in Caltabellotta in the years 1800, 1805, 1806; a Francesco-Maria, on 16 July 1790 obtained investiture of the title of Baron of Maurogiovanni; an Antonio, on 8 October 1792, obtained a certificate of nobility by the Senate of Palermo. Other family. Family that belonged since 1300 to the noble Conegliano Council. The Emperor Maximilian, with diploma November 28, 1575, created Count of the Sacred Lateran Palace, Pietro Montalbano and his first-born male descendants; the Emperor Ferdinand II, with diploma 25 July 1628, decorated the brothers Marco and Nicolò of the title of Marquis in the circle of Eastern Franconia. The Montalbano were also lords of Prata. Even the Venetian Republic, reigning doge Alvise Mocenigo, on September 24, 1767, granted the title of Count to Girolamo Montalbano and his descendants. With supreme resolution 2 July 4, 1820 and May 9, 1829, the family was confirmed in the ancient nobility and in the title of Count. Family names so old, without any doubt honor not only 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 members.
Escudo de la familia: Montalbano
1 Blasòn de la familia Montalbano
Azure, on the waves of the sea argent five mountains or.
2 Blasòn de la familia Montalbano
Barry of twelve or and sable, the third bar charged with a crosslet of the second.