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Last name: Beltrani

Dossier: 682409
Type:Heraldic Trace
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Language of the text: Français
Nobility: Famille Noble - Chevaliers - Seigneurs
Nobles in:France (Bretagne)
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Beltrani


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Nobility crown BeltraniNombreuses branches de cette maison "Auvergne-Velay, Aurillac, Puy ", ont produit plusieurs personnages illustres à diverses époques: Guillaume, seigneur de la Riolais vivait en 1427; Mathieu, prieur de Lamballe, puis abbé de Saint-Melaine de Rennes en 1422, mort en 1448; Guillaume, épouse en 1457 Guillemette de Québriac; Françoise, dame de Launay épouse, vers 1550 Jacques Le Voyer, baron de Trégomar; Jeanne, leur fille porta le Launay en mariage en 1580 à Pierre de Boisbaudry, et cette terre appartenait au dernier siècle aux Thomas de la Reigneraye. Cette famille paraît issue en ramage de la maison du même nom en Normandie, qui a possédé la baronnie de Bricquebec, la vicomté de Roncheville, les seigneuries de Fontenay-le-Marmion et de Magneville et qui a produit Robert, maréchal de France en 1327; Guillaume, successivement évêque de Noyon, de Bayeux et de Beauvais, pair de France, mort en 1356; et autre Guillaume, tué au combat de Mauron, en Bretagne en 1351. Autre branche: Jacques, avocat au parlement de Toulouse en 1480, père de Jean, premier président aux Grands-Jours de Bretagne en 1543, garde des sceaux de France, cardinal et archevêque de Sens, mort en 1560; Guillaume, conseiller au parlement de Bretagne en 1556, tué à Paris à la Saint-Barthélemy en 1572. Les seigneurs de Molleville dont un intendant de Bretagne en 1782, ministre de la marine en 1791, se disaient issus de cette famille. ...

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