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Last name: Gerfroy D'Antrechaux

Dossier: 681073
Type:Heraldic Trace
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Language of the text: Français
Nobility: Famille Noble - Chevaliers - Seigneurs
Nobles in:France (Provence)
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Gerfroy D'Antrechaux


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Français
Nobility crown Gerfroy D'AntrechauxMaison originaire de Provence qui remonte sa filiation à Joseph, reçu conseiller au parlement de Provence le 5 janvier 1715. D'Antrechaux, ancien officier, déclara adhérer à la protestation faite par la noblesse de Provence dans son assemblée du 20 janvier 1789. On trouve plus tard sous ce nom: 1° Charles Gerfroy d'Antrechaux. 2° felix-Joseph-Henri, marié à Marie-Claire d'Espagnet, de ce mariage: Rose-Marie-Joséphine-Geneviève, née le 12 février 1857. La plupart des membres de cette fanmille ont residé à Aix. Nous regrettons que l'absence de plus amples informations ne nous conduise pas plus avant dans le passé, car tout indique que nous y trouverions les témoignances d'une origine plus reculée qui pourrait bien aller se souder à l'une des races puissantes qui firent la gloire et la force du moyen-âge. A ce nom, on attribue un signe distinctif de noblesse représenté par le blason que l'on a reproduit ci-contre et qui confirme aussi à travers ses emblêmes, au point de vue historique et héraldique la certitude d'une valeur remarquable. Armes: D'or, à l'aigle de sable, parti de sinople, à un lévrier rampant d'azur; au chef d'azur, chargé de trois étoiles brochant sur le parti. ...
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Blazon Gerfroy D'Antrechaux

Coat of arms of family Gerfroy D'Antrechaux

Coat of arms of family Gerfroy D'Antrechaux

Language of the text: Français

D'or, à l'aigle de sable, parti de sinople, à un lévrier rampant d'azur; au chef d'azur, chargé de trois étoiles brochant sur le parti.


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