Heraldische Spur die Familie: Gambarana Ancient and noble family from Lombardy, with residence in Lomello and Pavia, in the Vogherese, of clear and ancestral virtue, that has worldwide spread, over the centuries. This House is one of the branches of the famous Palatine Counts of Lomello and has enjoyed the following noble titles: Counts of Montesegale, Counts of Gambarana with San Martina La Mandria (Lomellina), Gentlemen of Donelasco, Palatini Counts (males), noble patricians of Milan and Pavia (males). Filippo, of Pavia, was Vicar in Savona in 1330, where he married Pierina Barba. Beltramo, in 1396, was ambassador to Duke of Orleans; Dr. Giacomo in 1403, a vicar of the Genoese army in the East, commissioner in 1403 for the king of France, Ambassador in Constantinople in 1414, and ambassador to Emperor Sigismondo, from which in 1414 was created hereditary palatine Count, with confirmation of the ancient coat of arms; Giovanni was law professor in Pavia... Fortsetzung folgt
in 1428; Raffaele was vicar in 1483 of the state of Milan for Gian Galeazzo; Alessandro in 1320 by Filippo King of France was created citizen of Milan and general feudal treasurer of Castel Rivellino on the Tortonese. The title of count was given to Gaetano, on September 9, 1761. Gerolamo, his son, born 1725, was invested with Montesegale on September 13, 1775. Gerolamo's firstborn was Joseph (14 January 1763-20 January 1823), who was Baron of the Kingdom of Italy (1811) and Attorney General of the Imperial Court of Bologna. From his marriage to Teresa of Count Pietro Verri he had no offspring. Gaetano, his brother, with sovereign Austrian resolution of 21 November 1816, was confirmed in the nobility and title of Count. Sons: Giuseppe Andrea (born 1815), father of Gaetano (born 1849), Cesare (born 1856), and Luigi (born May 17, 1858). Other branch. Noble family from Piedmont, with residence in Busca, with the titles of Counts of Castiglione Tinella and "Consignori" of Santo Stefano. 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.