Origine del cognome Vivenzio, provenienza: ItaliaTitolo: Nobles
we would like to mention: Giacomo, landowner, flourishing in Volterra, in 1535; Luigi Maria, doctor in "utroque jure", flourishing in Florence, in 1546; Guido Maria, notary, flourishing in Florence, in 1567; D. Alessandro, Canon and apostolic commissioner, flourishing in Volterra, in 1582; Michelangelo, Florentine notary, flourishing in 1613; Giacomo, military man, living in Florence, in 1645; Benedetto, Doctor of Sacred Theology, living in Volterra, in 1699; Alessandro, notary, flourishing in Florence, in 1703; Federico, Ambassador of the Grand Duke of Tuscany, flourishing in 1725; Ugo, one of the counselors of Florence, in 1748; D. Nicola, canon, living in Volterra, in 1761; Guido Martino, famous jurisconsult, flourishing in Florence, in 1769; dr. Cosimo, one of the counselors of Florence, in 1768; Francesco, Ambassador of the Grand Duke of Tuscany, flourishing in 1769; Bello, landowner, flourishing in 1782; Primo, jurist in Volterra, living in 1790. 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 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: Vivenzio
1 Blasone della famiglia Vivenzio or Vivenzi
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Notice: Metal and tinctures of this blazon have been lost, we renconstructed and included in brackets the values that we consider most likely in the historical and regional context.