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Last name: Carvalho

Dossier: 601661
Type:Heraldic Preview
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Language of the text: Portugûes
Nobility: Senhores - Cavalleiros
Nobles in:Portugal
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Carvalho


Portugûes
Nobility crown CarvalhoApelido nobre e antigo originário da Honra de S.Miguel de Carvalho, na freguesia do mesmo nome, em Celorico de Basto, de cujos senhores descende a generalidade dos que usam este apelido, ainda que os genealogistas lhes dêm como remotas origens Domingos Feirol, de quem era descendente Bartolomeu Domingues, instituidor do Morgado de Carvalho, nas abas da serra do mesmo nome, no concelho de Penacova. De Bartolomeu Domingues e sua mulher nasceu Soeiro Gomes de Carvalho, que sucedeu no morgado de Carvalho e foi pai de Fernão Gomes de Carvalho, admistrador do referido vínculo, Vassalo do Infante D. Afonso, filho do Rei D. Dinis, o qual morreu nos Olivais de Santarém, numa pendência havida entre o Infante e o Rei seu pai. Casou Fernão Gomes com D. Maior Rodrigues da Fonseca, filha de Rui Vasques da Fonseca e de D. Maria Gonçalves de Moreira, de quem teve vários filhos, entre os ...

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Blazon Carvalho

Coat of arms of family Carvalho

1. Coat of arms of family: Carvalho
Language of the text: Portugûes

De azul, com uma estrela de ouro de otio raios, encerrada numa caderna de crescentes de prata. Timbre: un cisne de prata membrado e armado de ouro, com a estrella do escudo no peito.

Brasão fa famìlia Carvalho do Portugal, fonte bibliográfica "Armorial Lusitano - Anuário da Nobreza de Portugal".

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Coat of arms of family Carvalho

2. Coat of arms of family: Carvalho
Language of the text: Portugûes

De azul, com uma estrela de ouro de otio raios, encerrada numa caderna de crescentes de prata.

Brasão fa famìlia Carvalho do Portugal, fonte bibliográfica "Armorial Lusitano - Anuário da Nobreza de Portugal".

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