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Last name: Celle

Dossier: 669809
Type:Heraldic Trace
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Language of the text: Français
Nobility: Famille Noble - Chevaliers - Seigneurs
Nobles in:France (Forez)
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Heraldic Trace :
Celle


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Nobility crown CelleFamille de Marlhes en Forez. Anoblie en 1701 en la personne de Jean, bourgeois de la ville de Lyon, héraut d'armes de la province de Dauphiné par acquisition du 11 mai 1674. Son fils Etienne-Jean qui lui succéda dans cette charge, obtient confirmation dudit anoblissement le 21 nov. 1708. Il laissa entre autres: Jean-Baptiste, écuyer, seigneur de l'Aulagnier et de Duby près Riotord, lequel se vit un congé militaire le 8 mai 1720 et épousa Madeleine Denis d'Allemance d'où autre Jean-Baptiste, seigneur de l'Aulagnier et de Duby, marié à St-Didier du Velay le 18 oct. 1757 à MArguerite Pichon, fille à feu noble Gabriel, avocat en parlement, et à Claudine de Saignard de la Fressange. D'autres membres de cette famille se sont signalés dans les rangs des catholiques pendant les guerres de la Ligue. Plusieurs officiers dont deux au régiment de Lautres-Dragons, tués à l'ennemi au début du XVIIIème siècle; un garde du corps du roi (1784); un lieutenant de louveterie à St-Didier la Séauve. Armes de cette branche: D'azur, au croissant d'argent soutenant un cœur de même enflammé de gueules; au chef d'argent chargé de trois étoiles d'azur. Branche de la Bretagne. Perrin, époux en 1430 d'Olive Ferron, père de Jean, châtelain de Saint-Aubin du Cormier, en 1455, marié à Jeanne Le Viel; Jean archer de la garde de Saint-Aubin en 1484, èpouse Perrine Moustard; Jean, compris à la taxe des nobles pour la rançon de François I en 1527, un page du Roi en 1773. ...

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Blazon Celle

Coat of arms of family Celle

Coat of arms of family
Language of the text: Français

De sable au croissant d'or, accompagné de trois quintefeuilles de même.

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