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Last name: Aguilera

Dossier: 601324
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Language of the text: English
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Nobility: Nobres
Nobles in:Portugal (Francia Alemania)
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Aguilera


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Nobility crown AguileraThis family is very old in Spain and it seems that the first to use the nickname was Pelaio de Aguilera. The family has the same origin as the Aguiares. D. Gonçalo Anes, great-grandson of D. Pedro Mendes de A., the first of this surname, and of his wife, was a rich man of Portugal and, later, in Castile, where he passed during the reign of D. Fernando, the Saint. Valido do Rei D. Afonso the Wise, whom he served on the Seville site, had the mercy of lands in Andalusia, which, according to ancient writers, gave the name Aguilar, taken from his surname, which he also gave Spanish way. This illustrious knight died valiantly fighting the Moors in Veiga de Granada in 1283, along with Infante D. Sancho, to whom he saved his life. The King gave him for his deposit and his descendants the royal chapel of Cordoba, where they buried him. He married D. Berenguela de Cardona, daughter of the sixth Viscounts of Cardona, and remained of their generation, from which the Aguilares of Portugal and Spain came out. From the old and illustrious family of Guedes came the dos Aguiares, which took the surname of the landlord of Aguiar, in the province of Trás-os-Montes, and the first to use it was D. Mendo Peres de Aguiar, who married D. Major Garcia de Portocarreiro and lived in the time of D. Alfonso Henriques, coming from him those who were so called. From this family came the Aguilares, very qualified in Spain. Both on the Continent and in the Islands, it had a wide expansion, always maintaining horned nobility, which sought to consolidate with actions worthy of the deeds of its greatest. Timbre: the eagle of the shield. ...
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Blazon Aguilera

Coat of arms of family Aguilera

1° Coat of arms of family Aguilera
Language of the text: Portugûes

De ouro, com uma águia estendida de negro.

Citado em "Armorial Lusitano - Anuário da Nobreza de Portugal".

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Coat of arms of family Aguilera

2° Coat of arms of family Aguilera
Language of the text: Portugûes


Brasão Aguilera do Portugal.

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