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Last name: Giffaut

Dossier: 661687
Type:Heraldic Trace
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Language of the text: Français
Nobility: Famille Noble - Chevaliers - Seigneurs
Nobles in:France (Porhoël)
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Heraldic Trace :
Giffaut

Français
Nobility crown GiffautL'origine de cette famille est des plus certaines, mais elle se trouve extrêmement embrouillée à cause d'un grand nombre de membres qu'il n'est pas possible de relier entre eux par une filiation commune et régulière. A ce même nom, on attribue un signe distinctif de noblesse représenté par le blason que l'on reproduit ci-dessous et qui confirme aussi à travers ses emblêmes, au point de vue historique et héraldique, l'assurance d'une valeur historique de patrimoine, de noblesse et de valeur. Nous transcrirons les personnages les plus marquants tels que nous les avons rencontrés dans les sources bibliographiques consultées: Noël, seigneur du Grisso, vivant en 1380, père de Jean, marié à Olive de Cléguennec; Guillaume, évêque de Rennes en 1358; Jean, président aux comptes en 1422 et commissaire pour la réformation des fouages des évêques de Rennes et de Vannes; Jean, secrétaire et conseiller du duc, procureur-général aux comptes et ambassadeur de la duchesse Anne vers l' Empereur et le roi d'Angleterre en 1490; deux conseiller au parlement en 1717 et 1738; un abbé de Pornic en 1777, et un lieutenant-général en 1820. Deux membres admis aux honneurs de la Cour en 1785 et 1788. La branche aînée dans La Tertrée. ...

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Blazon Giffaut

Coat of arms of family Giffaut

Coat of arms of family
Language of the text: Français

De gueules à trois gerbes de blé d'or. Devise: Semen ab alto.

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