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Last name: Belcadro

Dossier: 20528
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili
Nobles in:Italia (Regno di Napoli)
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Variations Last name: d'Acerno
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Belcadro
Variations Last name: d'Acerno


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Nobility crown BelcadroAntichissima é la casa nel Regno di Napoli, ove sono ormai quattro cento anni, ch'ella si spende. Guidone nell'anno 1187 per una parte di Acerno, e altri feudi, che possedeva in Gifoni mandó in Soccorso di Terra Santa sei soldati a Cavallo é cinquanta Fanti. Filippo Barone in Principato nel 1239, ebe in custodia dall'Imperatore Federico II uno degli ostaggi delle Cittá Guelfe di Lombardia, che furono mandati a custodirsi a Baroni del Regno. E a Filippo toccó Anselmo Trivultio Milanese. Ma io piú tosto credo, che Francese sia la casa d'Acerno di cui ora favelliamo, e che fiorí sotto il Regno di Re Carlo I, poiché Dalmasio di Tarascone l'anno 1275, aveva come signor di Castronuovo lite de consini con Guglielmo Visconte di Milano Signor di Confa, e con Rinaldo de Poncelli Signor d'Andretti. Questo medesimo Dalmatio (perché Tarascone dovea essere la patria) il proprio cognome di Belcrado aveva ...
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Blazon Belcadro
Variations Last name: d'Acerno

Coat of arms of family d'Acerno

1° Coat of arms of family d'Acerno
Language of the text: Italiano

Un campo partito la parte destra rossa, e la finestra negra con una serra d'argento a traverso.

Blasone della famiglia d'Acerno o Belcadro. Fonte bibliografica: "Discorsi delle famiglie imparentate colla Casa della Marra Ferrante Della Marra" p.14, Arnaldo Forni Editore.

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