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Last name: Cid

Dossier: 602880
Type:Heraldic Trace
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Language of the text: Portugûes
Nobility: Senhores - Família Nobre
Nobles in:Portugal
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Heraldic Trace :
Cid

Portugûes
Nobility crown CidSão vários os locais que se apontam como sendo o solar deste apelido, o qual foi dado ao célebre Cavaleiro Ruy Dias de Bívar, morto em 1099, e chamado pelas gloriosas batalhas que travou com os muçulmanos El Cid Campeador. O de maior antiguidade parece ser nos lugares de Guede, em Allariz , e de Barbadanes, ambos na região de Orense, se bem que já no século XV tivessem também importantes Casas em Zamora, Nérin e Huésca, e no século XVI fossem os Cid , uns dos mais importantes fidalgos da Vila de Yébenes, na província de Toledo. Mas os Cid portugueses provêm dos de Allariz, de onde veio para Portugal o fidalgo galego Pedro Cid, que aqui casou com D.Catarina de Moraes, filha de Alvaro de Moraes Pimentel. Destes foi filha D.Catarina Cid casada com Lopo Alvares, de Moncorvo, pais de Francisco Cid de Moraes que foi Capitão-Mor de Vila Flor. De entre os seus filhos contam-se o Padre Martinho Cid, Comissário do Stº Ofício,que instituíu o Morgadio de S.Martinho, e vários outros ascendentes dos Ataíde Moraes e Moraes Cid, de Trás os Montes.O ramo dos Sousa Cid, provém de Martim Álvares Cid e de sua mulher D.Isabel de Sousa, que casaram no início do Sécº XVI. A sua descendente, D.Madalena de Sousa Cid, Srª do Morgado e Quinta de Vale Minhoto, em Torres Novas, casou com o Capitão-Mor daí, João Freire Gameiro Sottomayor, Cavaleiro da Ordem de Cristo, deles provindo os Salter Cid, Sousa Cid e outras ilustres famílias. ...

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Blazon Cid

Coat of arms of family Cid

Coat of arms of family
Language of the text: Portugûes

Sobre ouro, uma banda de goles.

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