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Last name: Cannelle

Dossier: 692725
Type:Heraldic Trace
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Language of the text: Français
Nobility: Famille Noble - Chevaliers - Seigneurs
Nobles in:France (Anjou)
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Heraldic Trace :
Cannelle


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Nobility crown CannelleTrès illustre maison de la Bretagne, d'une haute antiquité, dont les premiers auteurs connus sont: Raoul, sire de Gaël, accompagna Guillaume à la conquête d'Angleterre en 1066 et reçut de ce prince le royaume d'Eastangle, comprenant les comtés de Norfolk et de Suffok. Il bâtit en 1091 le château de Montfort, dont il prit le nom, et mourut à la croisade de 1096; Raoul II son fils, défendit en 1117 le château de Breteuil contre toutes les forces de la France; Raoul V suivit Philippe le Hardi en Espagne en 1274 et laissa de Julienne de Tournemine: Geoffroi, qui a continué les seigneurs de Montfort et de Gaël; Geoffroi le jeune, auteur des seigneurs de la Rivière; Raoul VI, tué au siège de la Roche-Derrien en 1347; Guy, évêque de Saint-Brieuc, mort en 1359; Guillaume, évêque de Saint-Malo, et cardinal du titre de Sainte-Anastasie, mort en 1432; Raoul VII, prisonnier à la bataille d'Auray en 1364, père de Raoul VIII, marié vers 1379 à Jeanne, dame de Kergorlay; Jean, fils des précédents, en épousant en 1404 Anne, dame de Laval et de Vitré, prit pour lui et ses descendants les nom et armes de Laval; André son fils, amiral et maréchal de France en 1439, mort en 1486. La branche aînée fondue en 1518 dans Rieux, d'où la seigneurie de Montfort a appartenu successivement aux Goligny et aux la Trémoille. ...

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Blazon Cannelle

Coat of arms of family Cannelle

Coat of arms of family
Language of the text: Français

D'argent à la croix de gueules, guivrée ou gringolée d'or; aliàs: une paire de forces; Devise: Pour un autre, non.

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