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Last name: Corvera

Dossier: 616838
Type:Heraldic Trace
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Language of the text: Español
Nobility: Señores - Caballeros - Familia Noble
Nobles in:España (Cataluña Aragón)
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Corvera


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Nobility crown CorveraLinaje muy antiguo en Cataluña y Aragón, del que se hace gran memoria en los anales de este reino. Debió tener su origen y primitivo solar en la villa de C. de Ebro (cuyo nombre tomara), del partido judicial de Gandesa, provincia de Tarragona, y sus caballeros se destacaron en el servicio de los antiguos reves aragoneses. Gilaberto de Corbera fue gobernator de Menorca; Riambaldo de Corbera , gobernator de Cerdeña; Fray Romeo de Corbera, maestre de Montesa; Bernardo de Corbera, embajador de rey Alonso V de Aragón a Filipo María, duque de Milán, y después al emperador Segismundo, con motivo de su coronación. Entre las casas solares de Corbera de mayor lustre y antigüedad en Cataluña figuran las que tuvo en la comarca del Ampurdán (Gerona); en la del Rosselló; en el lugar de Far o Alfar, del partido de Cervera (Lérida); en la villa de Llinás (Barcelona), y ne la ciudad de Barcelona. A la casa de Llinás pertenecieron los Corbera, barones de Llinás, y caballeros de San Juan en el Gran Priorato de Cataluña. Desde el reino de Aragón pasaron los caballeros Corbera a las conquistas de Andalucia, Valencia, Orihuela y Murcia. También pasaron a Navarra y a la montaña de Santander. De Navarra era natural el caballero Fermín C., que cita mosén Jaime Febrer y que sirvió al rey don Jaime I de Aragón en la conquista de Mallorca, de donde pasó a Valencia, siendo heredado en Otanell (junto a Cortes de Pallás , del partido de ayora) y edificando allí un castillo. Dejó sucesores en Valencia. ...
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Coat of arms of family Corvera

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Language of the text: Español


Escudo Corvera de España.

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