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Last name: Como

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Variations Last name: de Como,Tomo
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Variations Last name: de Como,Tomo


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Nobility crown ComoAccording to the bell tower, the founder of this family is Riccardo, lord of Alvignano in Terra di Lavoro. But the first sure news of it dates back only to a Giovanni, by Girolamo, who lived in Naples at the beginning of the XV century. His son Angelo began the construction of that building now home to the Filangieri museum - which was one of the most beautiful architectural jewels of the fifteenth century. He greatly enjoyed the favors of the Aragonese Court, so much so that on 17 August 1488 he hosted the same Duke of Calabria, later King Alfonso , which agreed on the occasion of the son Leonardo's head. It was these from 1487 to 1494 procurator of the Duke of Calabria and towards the end of the Aragonese dominion r. councilor and curator of the real estate. On January 20, 1495 King Alfonso granted him the Canne pass on the Ofanto. At the fall of the Aragonese he was under investigation of rebellion, acquitted, in 1512 he obtained possession of Pietra Variana, which he later ceded to his daughter Consalvo Cordavo, Elvira duchess of Sessa, receiving in exchange Carife in Ultra principality. His nephew Giovannangelo, son of his brother Francesco, continued the family: he had the fief of Carife and the other of Casalnuovo inherited from his ancestor. The fief of Carife passed later to the Capobianco, that of Casalnuovo remained to the family who obtained on it in 1710 the title of duke. At the beginning of the XVIII century a branch of the family settled in Trani where it was registered in the Portanova seat. The firstborn line, that of Casalnuovo died out in 1875 in Laura, daughter of Duke Giov. Vincenzo and wife of the nob. Federico Berlingieri dei march. of Valle Perrotta. That of Trani instead still blooms and is decorated with the title of Baron of S. Stefano (mpr.) And is registered in the List nob. and in the Golden Book nob. ital. with the said title and with that of patrician of Trani (m.). Arturo Como, baron of S. Stefano ...

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Blazon Como
Variations Last name: de Como,Tomo

Coat of arms of family Como (Campania)

1. Coat of arms of family: Como (Campania)
Language of the text: Italiano

D'azzurro ad un crescente d'argento accompagnato da tre stelle d'oro, due in capo ed una in punta.

Citato in "Dizionario storico blasonico delle famiglie nobili e notabili italiane estinte e fiorenti" vol. primo, pag. 312, compilato dal Comm. G.B. di Crollalanza, edito presso la direzione del giornale araldico, Pisa 1890.

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Coat of arms of family Como (de), Tomo (Veneto)

2. Coat of arms of family: Como (de), Tomo (Veneto)
Language of the text: Italiano

Spaccato; nel 1° d'azzurro, ad avambraccio vestito d'argento, affibbiato di rosso, movente dal fianco sinistro, la mano di carnagione impugnante una freccia d'oro, armata e impennata d'argento, posta in sbarra, la punta in basso; nel 2° d'argento, a due bande d'azzurro, la bordura inferiore increspata.

Citato in "Dizionario storico blasonico delle famiglie nobili e notabili italiane estinte e fiorenti" vol. primo, pag. 312, compilato dal Comm. G.B. di Crollalanza, edito presso la direzione del giornale araldico, Pisa 1890.

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