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Last name: Brunengo

Dossier: 10249
Type:Heraldic Preview
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Marchesi
Nobles in:Italia (Regno di Sardegna)
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Variations Last name: Brunenghi
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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Brunengo
Variations Last name: Brunenghi


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Nobility crown BrunengoFamiglia cagliaritana di origine ligure le cui notizie risalgono al secolo XVI. Erano mercanti e si occupavano dello sfruttamento delle tonnare; agli inizi del secolo XVII avevano raggiunto una considerevole posizione economica. Uno Stefano sposò una Rocamarti e nel 1643 fu ammesso allo stamento militare durante il Parlamento Avellano. Nel 1651 egli acquistò la tonnara di Portopaglia ed ottenne il cavalierato ereditario e la nobiltà. Nel 1670 suo figlio Francesco Acquistò, all'asta dei feudi confiscati agli Zatrillas, la contea di Cuglieri che però suo figlio Domenico Giovanni rivendette ai Genovesi nel 1706. Lo stesso Domenico Giovanni nel 1712 ebbe riconosciuta dal fisco l'eredità della contea di Monteleone come unico erede per via femminile dei Rocamarti. Nel 1746 Gavino figlio di Domenico Giovanni, acquistò dal fisco le signorie di Serdiana e Donori, sui due feudi ebbe il titolo di marchese di San Saverio. In seguito questo feudo passò ai Carcassona per ...
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Blazon Brunengo
Variations Last name: Brunenghi

Coat of arms of family Brunengo

1° Coat of arms of family Brunengo
Language of the text: Italiano

D'azzurro, all'albero nudrito sulla pianura erbosa, il tutto al naturale; l'albero addestrato da un leone illeopardito d'oro, rivoltato e camminante, e caricato sui rami, nel mezzo, di una fenice al naturale sulla sua immortalità di rosso, guardante un sole d'oro orizzontale nell'angolo destro del capo; con un gruppo di nuvole al naturale nell'angolo sinistro.


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