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Last name: Cultrera

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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Baroni
Nobles in:Italia
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Heraldic Trace :
Cultrera

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Nobility crown CultreraFamiglia di Chiaramonte Gulfi, della quale si notano un Giuseppe, che da 12 luglio 1638 ottenne il titolo di barone di Fontanazza o Piano della Fontanazza; un Paolo barone di Fontanazza che fu il primo barone di Montesano o Pulci per investitura del 21 agosto 1719; un Giovanni Antonio, figlio del precedente barone di Montesano, per investitura del 2 giugno 1730 che tenne la carica di proconservatore di Chiaramonte nel 1763; un Paolo e Ventura (nipote del precedente), barone di Montesano o Pulci per investitura del 1 febbraio 1776 fu proconservatore di Chiaramonte dal 1777 al 1810. Con D. M. del 10 ottobre 1899 il signor Paolo C., di Francesco, di Salvatore, ottenne il riconoscimento del titolo di barone di Montesano. Nell'Elenco Ufficiale nobiliare sono iscritti, con il titolo di nobile dei baroni di Montesano, i signori Gaetano C., di Sebastiano, di Gaetano (col figlio Sebastiano); Giovan Battista e Sebastiano ...

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Blazon Cultrera

Coat of arms of family Cultrera

Coat of arms of family
Language of the text: Italiano

D'azzurro al capriolo brisato d'argento, accompagnato nel cantone destro del capo da una squadra dello stesso, vuota, nel cantone sinistro da una tortora al naturale, e in punta da un destrocherio vestito di ferro, posto in palo, accompagnato a sua volta da 3 gigli d'oro, due ai lati e uno in punta.

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