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Last name: Cirino

Dossier: 17421
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili - Baroni
Nobles in:Italia (Sicilia)
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Variations Last name: Cirini
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Cirino
Variations Last name: Cirini


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Nobility crown CirinoAntica ed assai nobile famiglia siciliana, oriunda dalla Spagna, la quale, stando a quando riferisce il Mugnos, deriva il proprio nome da un antico barone francese appellato "Cirino", scudiero del conte Ruggero. Alcuni rami del casato, sorsero in Napoli e negli Abruzzi e molti suoi membri furono gentiluomini alla corte angioina. In Sicilia, tuttavia, ritroviamo la famiglia Cirino alla corte di Federico II. Un Pierbergi Cirino prese moglie di Messina e divenne ricco per successione di vasti beni di un suo zio, avendo posseduto i feudi di S. Basilio e Landone nel territorio di Milazzo 1397. Un Antonio o Antonello, figlio del predetto Pierbergi, a cui successe nel 1416, per via matrimoniale, conseguì la baronia di Melelao o Favari, nel territorio di Mineo. A costui, morto senza prole, successe il fratello Giovanni, nel 1459, che tenne l'ufficio di maestro giurato, in tutto il regno. Un Marcello Cirino, cavaliere dell'ordine di ...
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Blazon Cirino
Variations Last name: Cirini

Coat of arms of family Cirino

1. Coat of arms of family Cirino
Language of the text: Italiano

D'oro, con una fascia d'azzurro caricata da cinque losanghe del campo. Corona di barone

Blasone della famiglia Cirino o Cirini. Fonte bibliografiche: "Nobiliario di Sicilia" di Antonio Mango di Casalgerardo (Palermo, A. Reber, 1912) custodito presso la biblioteca centrale della regione Sicilia; "Blasone In Sicilia ossia Raccolta Araldica" V. Palizzolo Gravina, Palermo 1871-75.

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  5. Variations of surnames are frequent and mainly derive from involuntary acts such as translation errors or dialectal inflections or from voluntary acts such as attempts to escape persecution or acquisition of titles and properties of other families