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Last name: Ghedina Di C.d'Ampezzo

Dossier: 22184
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Regolieri
Nobles in:Italia (Veneto)
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Heraldic dossiers :
Ghedina Di C.d'Ampezzo


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Nobility crown Ghedina Di C.dFamille Ampezzo, de tradition ancienne et noble, qui s'est répandue au fil des siècles dans diverses régions d'Italie. L'origine de ce nom de famille, selon de nombreux généalogistes, devrait être recherchée dans le nom médiéval "Ghedino", d'origine franche évidente, dont il existe déjà des traces au VIe siècle, avec un chef franc portant ce nom ; cependant, une éventuelle origine d'un surnom d'origine lombarde lié au mot «gaida», c'est-à-dire une place fortifiée, située à proximité d'une zone marécageuse, ne peut être exclue. La famille, depuis 1513, est inscrite à la Regole d'Ampezzo, et suite à cet enregistrement, l'usage de l'arme fut accordé : noire avec une tête de coq naturelle. En outre, comme le montrent les documents et les actes notariés, cette maison, depuis les temps les plus reculés, a donné naissance à des personnages de haute vertu, parmi lesquels on se souvient : Lorenzo, docteur en Théologie Sacrée, résidant à ...

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Blazon Ghedina Di C.d'Ampezzo

Coat of arms of family Ghedina

1. Coat of arms of family: Ghedina
Language of the text: Italiano

Di nero ad una testa di gallo al naturale.


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Coat of arms of family Ghedina

2. Coat of arms of family: Ghedina
Language of the text: Italiano

Di nero, alla testa di gallo d'oro, barbato e bargigliato di rosso, sinistrato di rosso, al capo d'argento.

Blasone (alias) della famiglia Ghedina.

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Coat of arms of family Ghedina

3. Coat of arms of family: Ghedina
Language of the text: Italiano

Palato d'argento e d'azzurro, di 4 pezzi, ai 4 gigli posti 1, 2, 1 dell'uno all'altro.

Blasone di Pietro Ghedina (Cortina d'Ampezzo, 1612 - Marebbe, 1697) parroco-decano di Marebbe dal 1645 fino alla sua morte

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Coat of arms of family Ghedina

4. Coat of arms of family: Ghedina
Language of the text: Italiano

Di nero ad una testa di gallo al naturale.


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