Origine del cognome Pietromonaco, provenienza: ItaliaTitolo: Nobles
and in 1525. The second, which is the Monaco family, is native from Friuli and has had residence in the city of Udine and Spilimbergo. In the year 1650, the family was invested with the fief of St. Pietro in Tavella by the Venetian government, with full jurisdiction. On July 20, 1796, it was decorated the title of count. Other family. Noble Sicilian House, born from the union of two noble families. The first is the Pietro family, with residence in Messina, since the sixteenth century. The second is the family Monaco from Palermo. Of French origin, this family came to Italy at the time of King Alfonso, settled in Cosenza, whence went to Sicily. A Francesco had from the same king the offices of short toga, of rational teacher in 1442 and of governor of the "Reginale" Chamber in 1449. Andrea was senator in Palermo in 1406; Antonio, for military services, had an income of 60 ounces in a feud. A branch of this house has also flourished in Messina and another in Trapani. Family names so old, without any doubt, honour 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.
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Stemma della famiglia: Pietromonaco
1 Blasone della famiglia Pietromonaco
Party per pale; 1° azure, two keys in saltire or chained together of the same (Pietro); 2° party per fesse; a. azure, three fleur-de-lys or in fesse; b. gules, three palets argent, over all an arm in armour holding a mace, proper (Monaco).
2 Blasone della famiglia Pietromonaco
Party per pale; 1° azure, a fasces in pale or; 2° party per fesse; a. or, three palets azure; b. or, three nails sable crossed.