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Last name: Buscello

Dossier: 18114
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Baroni
Nobles in:Italia (Emilia Romagna - Sicilia)
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Variations Last name: Boscello,Buxello
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Buscello
Variations Last name: Boscello,Buxello

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Nobility crown BuscelloBernardino Boscello gentilhuomo di Modena fù mandato dal Rè Alfonzo con grosso stipendio, per serviggi fatti alla sua corona, a risedere in Sicilia, e nella città di Mazzara, ove procreò Giovan Luca, che visse nobilmente, e ricco: così anche suo figlio Natalitio, ch'acquistò la Baronia di Serravalle nella Valle di Mazzara, e si casò in Palermo, e quivi fu promosso nell'ufficio di Senatore nel 1587. insieme con Gian Battista del Tignoso, Giacomo Siragursa, don Girolamo Notarbartolo, Andrea Saladino, e don Federico di Bologna; pure nel 1594 don Federoco di Bologna; pure nel 1594. nel suo reggimento venne in Palermo la Reliquia di Santa Nimfa. Visse anche nobilmente don Alfio B. Baron di Serravalle: ne vive hoggi la sorella moglie di don Gaspare Giurato nondimeno fiorì anche in Trapani nobilemnte questa famiglia. ...

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Blazon Buscello
Variations Last name: Boscello,Buxello

Coat of arms of family Boscello

1. Coat of arms of family Boscello
Language of the text: Italiano

D’azzurro, alla torre d’oro, aperta e finestrata di nero, cimata da tre spighe del secondo, e posta sulla campagna cucita di nero.

Blasone della famiglia Boscello, Buxello o Buscello. Fonte: "Blasone In Sicilia ossia Raccolta Araldica" V. Palizzolo Gravina, Palermo 1871-75, p. XXX.

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