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Last name: Baldo

Dossier: 18799
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili - Baroni
Nobles in:Italia (Regno di Sicilia)
The country or region of the dossier mainly refers to the places where the family was ascribed to the nobility and may be different from those of residence
Variations Last name: Baldes,Baldi
Variations of surnames are frequent and mainly derive from involuntary acts such as translation errors or dialectal inflections or from voluntary acts such as attempts to escape persecution or acquisition of titles and properties of other families

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Baldo
Variations Last name: Baldes,Baldi


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Nobility crown BaldoAntica ed assai nobile famiglia del Regno di Sicilia, con prima residenza nella città di Siracusa, conosciuta come Baldo, Baldi o Baldes, di chiara ed avita virtù, propagatasi, nel corso dei secoli, in diverse regioni d'Italia. Questa casata, in ogni epoca, si è sempre distinta grazie ai pregevolissimi personaggi a cui ha dato i natali. Nel 1447 fiorì in Siracusa il nobile Everardo, del fu Giovanni, il quale ricoprì la carica di Giurato. Al tempo di re Martino incontriamo, tra i feudatari del Regno, un Balduccio ed un Guido: il primo fu possessore del feudo di Belludia, il secondo di quello di Maegi. Non si dimentichino poi Giovanni e Ferdinando, entrambi Giurati, il primo negli anni 1463-64, 1468-69 ed il secondo nel 1479-80. Nella città di Sciacca un Gualterio occupò la carica di acatapano nel 1400. Un Francesco ebbe in dono, da Ercole Branciforte principe di Leonforte, il titolo di ...

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Blazon Baldo
Variations Last name: Baldes,Baldi

Coat of arms of family Baldo, Baldi, Baldes

1. Coat of arms of family: Baldo, Baldi, Baldes
Language of the text: Italiano

D'argento, a quattro fasce d'azzurro accompagnate da dieci rosette rosse ordinate tre, due, due, tre.

Blasone della famiglia Baldo, Baldi o Baldes. Fonte bibliografica: "Nobiliario di Sicilia" di Antonio Mango di Casalgerardo (Palermo, A. Reber, 1912).

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  5. Variations of surnames are frequent and mainly derive from involuntary acts such as translation errors or dialectal inflections or from voluntary acts such as attempts to escape persecution or acquisition of titles and properties of other families