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Last name: Castanon

Dossier: 614254
Type:Heraldic Trace
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Language of the text: Español
Nobility: Señores - Caballeros - Familia Noble
Nobles in:España (Asturias y León)
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Heraldic Trace :
Castanon


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Nobility crown CastanonNoble linaje de Asturias y León, con antiguo solar y casa conocida en la parroquia de Nembra, del Concejo de Aller y partido judicial de Labiana (Oviedo). Una rama se estableció en la villa de Mieres, del partido judicial de Pola de Lena (Oviedo), y de ella fué Ignacio C., natural de Mieres, que de su esposa doña Angela Cachero y Arias, natural de Aller, tuvo a Martín C., natural de Mieres, que contrajo matrimonio con doña Teresa de la Buelga, natural de Langreo, y fueron padres de Ramón C., natural de Mieres, que casó con doña Ramona Teresa de Faes, de la misma naturaleza, y de esta unión nació Casimiro Antonio C. y Faes, natural de Mieres y caballero de la Orden de Carlos III, en la que ingresó el 22 de Agosto de 1837. Otra rama pasó a la villa de Vegamian, del partido judicial de Riaño (León), y después a la ciudad de León. De ella fué Pedro C., natural de Vegamian y Regidor de León, que casó con doña Carla Gutiérrez, natural de León, y fueron padres de Andrés C. Gutiérrez, natural de León, que contrajo matrimonio con doña Antonia Castrillo, de la misma naturaleza, naciendo de este enlace Fernando C. y de Castrillo, natural de León, Regidor de esta ciudad y caballero de la Orden de Alcántara, en la que ingresó en 1666. Otra rama se estableció en la villa de La Bañeza (León) y de ella procedió Pedro de C. Díaz, natural de La Bañeza y Señor del lugar de Pendilla, del partido judicial de La Vecilla, en la misma provincia, que casó con doña Isidra de Posadilla y Rivera. ...
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Blazon Castanon

Coat of arms of family Castanon

Coat of arms of family Castanon

Language of the text: Español

En oro, un castaño de sinople, de cuyas ramas, en el lado diestro, sale un brazo con armadura de sable, con una cadena en la mano, de la que pende una caldera del mismo color. Bordura de plata, con ocho armiños de sable.


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