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Last name: Grumeza

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Language of the text: English
Nobility: Knights
Nobles in:Flanders - Italy - Romania
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Nobility crown GrumezaAncient and illustrious family from Romania, of clear and ancestral virtue, that has worldwide spread, over the centuries. According to what has been handed down, the Grumeza house descends from the noble Flemish family Gramez. In fact, tradition has it that a Flemish knight of this family moved to Romania in the 15th century, where the surname was changed to Grumeza, and that later part of his descendants moved to Lombardy, Italy, having come into possession of some land. Moreover, this family, in all ages, always stood out, thanks to the prominent figures, which gave birth, in the public service, in the liberal and ecclesiastical professions and in the military service. From our archive: Jacop Grumeza, Romanian landowner, flourishing in 1508; Teo Grumeza, Romanian knight, flourishing in 1567; Grigor, Romanian landowner, flourishing in 1583; Tito Grumeza, landowner, flourishing in Milan in 1627; Tommaso Grumeza, infantry captain, flourishing in Milan in ...
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Blazon Grumeza

Coat of arms of family Grumeza

1° Coat of arms of family Grumeza
Language of the text: English

Azure, on a fesse purpure a lion passant sable contourné between three stars of six points or 2,1.

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Coat of arms of family Gramez

2° Coat of arms of family Gramez
Language of the text: English

Argent, a bend azure, in chief on an escutcheon gules a lion argent. Crest: the bust of a man vested gules, garnished argent, chapeau gules.

Coat of arms of family Gramez, van Gramen, Grumeza .... Source of the blazon: "Armorial Général par J.B.Rietstap - Deuxième èdition refondue et augmentée - Tome I A-K".

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