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Last name: Des Geneys

Dossier: 12790
Type:Heraldic Preview
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Baroni
Nobles in:Francia - Italia (Liguria)
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Variations Last name: Agnes de Geneys
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

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Des Geneys
Variations Last name: Agnes de Geneys


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Nobility crown Des GeneysOriginaria del Delfinato, la famiglia ricorre menzionata già del secolo XIII con possessi feudali a Vallonise, nel Brianzonese. L'11 aprile 1352, Luigi Agnese, capostipite del ramo vivente, prestava omaggio di fedeltà al Delfino per oris osculum, secondo l'usanza dei nobili. Il primo della casata che ebbe signoria feudale negli stati sabaudi fu l'avvocato Giorgio, investito di Fenile (20 giugno 1757) con titolo baronale. Gli succedette il figlio Giovanni che alla baronia di Fenile aggiunse quella di Mattie (11 giugno 1773) e poi per le ragioni dotali della moglie, Cristina Boutal, la contea di Pinasca Inverso. Fra i personaggi contemporanei più illustri, va ricordato il maggior generale Giuseppe, caduto vittima dei moti militari del 1821 in Torino, e l'ammiraglio Giorgio, ministro di Stato, cavaliere del merito di Savoia (30 novembre 1831), cavaliere dell'Annunziata (29 aprile 1835), creatore della marina sarda. Scrisse di lui un'ampia monografia (1927) l'ammiraglio Prasca. Essendo la famiglia ...
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Blazon Des Geneys
Variations Last name: Agnes de Geneys

Coat of arms of family Agnes des Geneys

1° Coat of arms of family Agnes des Geneys
Language of the text: Italiano

Di rosso, all'agnello pasquale d'argento; col capo cucito d'azzurro, carico di una mezzaluna montate, accostata da due stelle, il tutto d'oro.


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