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The Cremona family moved to Reggio E. where they now reside, in the mid-fifteenth century with Bartolomeo di Giacomo, of Albertino. In the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries he lived in Modena with Giacomo, his father Albertino and others. It had possessions in the Modena area from the beginning of the 13th century, as shown by documents from the Modena archives. (among others a parchment March 23, 1271 of the Notary Guglielmo De Monaca, which bears a stipulation between a "Dominus Jacopinus quondam Domini Petri Cremonii" and a Gonzaga). Previously the C. family resided in Pavia, where they moved to Modena at the beginning of the thirteenth century and apparently came from the city of Cremona, from which it perhaps took its name. The age and document of the granting of the title of nobility, which was already invested before the fifteenth century and which came to it from the Dukes ...
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1. Coat of arms of family: Cremona Casoli
Language of the text: Italiano
Inquartato: nel primo e quarto d'oro all'albero d'alloro al naturale, radicato sulla campagna di verde (Cremona); nel secondo e terzo: partito: d'azzurro e di rosso alla torre d'oro, aperta e finestrata di tre, merlata di tre pezzi alla ghibellina, attraversante sulla partizione e sormontata da un sole d'oro (Casoli). Cimiero: Un leone nascente e reggente una banderuola bifida posta in sbarra, il tutto d'oro.
Blasone della famiglia Cremona Casoli. Fonte bibliografica: "Enciclopedia Storico-Nobiliare Italiana di V. Spreti" vol. II.
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