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Last name: Facio

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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Baroni - Nobili - Patrizi
Nobles in:Italia (Liguria - Sicilia)
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Variations Last name: Fazio
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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Facio
Variations Last name: Fazio


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Nobility crown FacioAlcuni la vogliono originaria di Genova; altri di Pavia e la dicono portata in Sicilia sotto Federico II. Degni di nota un giudice Fazio, avvocato fiscale della Gran Corte del Regno 1377; un Muzio che, come marito di Isabella chilona, ottenne con privilegio del 31 agosto 1408 conferma del feudo Boscaglia; un Matteo che fu vice secreto del contado di Agosta 1409; un Giovanni che fu vice portulano della Bruca e di Lentini, 1410; un Giovan Vincenzo che fu capitano di giustizia di Calfagirone nel 1533-34; un dottor Francesco che fu segretario referendariuo del regno di Sicilia, 1721; un dottor Mario Giuseppe, che acquistò il titolo di barone di Nasari del quale ottenne investitura a 27 aprile 1812 e fu ascritto alla mastra nobile di Messina del 1798-1807. Nel 1882, al dire del Galluppi, aveva diritto al titolo di barone di Nasari il signor Mario Fazio. Altro ramo. Antica ...

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Blazon Facio
Variations Last name: Fazio

Coat of arms of family Fazio, Facio, Di Fazio

1. Coat of arms of family: Fazio, Facio, Di Fazio
Language of the text: Italiano

D'azzurro al leone coronato di oro attraversato da una banda di rosso.

Blasone della famiglia Fazio, Facio o di Fazio. Fonte bibliografica del blasone: "Nobiliario di Sicilia" di Antonio Mango di Casalgerardo (Palermo, A. Reber, 1912) custodito presso la biblioteca centrale della regione Sicilia.

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