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Last name: Cerrato

Dossier: 615134
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Language of the text: Español
Nobility: Señores - Familia noble
Nobles in:España (Castilla)
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Cerrato

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Nobility crown CerratoApellido de origen castellano. Procede de las montañas de León. Una de sus ramas pasó a Andalucía. El Capitán Don Alonso C. Osorio, natural de Morón de la Frontera (Cádiz) y su esposa Doña María Ana de Figueroa, natural de Cáceres, fueron padres de Doña Ambrosia C. de Figueroa, que casó en Panamá el 13 de julio de 1636, con Don Bartolomé de Muxica-Lazcano y San Juan, nacido en Las Palmas de Gran Canaria el 1 de diciembre de 1602, Capitán de Infanteria española, que pasó a Indias. A su regrego a Las Palmas, Don Bartolomé construyó su casa en la Plaza de San Bernardo de la capital canaria, en cuya fachada mandó poner el escudo de armas de su familia. Hubo cuatro hijos de su matrimonio, siendo sucesor el primogénito: Don Alonso de Muxica-Lazcano y C. de Figueroa, Capitán de Infantería y Regidor de Gran Canaria, que nació en ...

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Blazon Cerrato

Coat of arms of family Cerrato

1. Coat of arms of family:
Cerrato
Language of the text: Español

Escudo cuartelado: primero, en campo de plata, un león rampante, de su color natural; segundo, en campo de plata, una cruz llana de sable; tercero, en campo de sinople, un lobo al natural, y cuarto, en campo de plata, un árbol de sinople.

Citado en "Heraldica de los apellidos canarios - Tomo segundo Lino Chaparro D'Acosta Estudios tecnicos del blason".

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