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Last name: Guirao

Dossier: 628062
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Language of the text: English
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Nobility: Señores - Familia noble
Nobles in:España (Galicia)
The country or region of the dossier mainly refers to the places where the family was ascribed to the nobility and may be different from those of residence
Variations Last name: Guirarte,Guiral,Guirall
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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Guirao
Variations Last name: Guirarte,Guiral,Guirall


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Nobility crown GuiraoThe last name of Guiral, Guirao, Guirarte and Guirall, according to Diego de Urbina, Baños, and Guerra is oneself, having been corrupted by the passage of time. Its leafy branches have remained in the service of the kings in the kingdom of Galicia, where it had its trunk, from where three brothers passed, one to Aragon and Catalonia, another to Castile and another to France, all with the zeal of exaltation. of our Santa Fe. While Don Fruela was king, Gotier Guirao lived, who was found in the battle of the year 762, in which 54,000 Moors died. Another branch of this family went to Ireland, where they had great power until they were dukes of Arminac, and of this descent was Carlos Guiral, who went to Spain, serving as friend and comrade to Don Enrique II of Castile against his brother Don Pedro the vigilante, for which he was ...
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Blazon Guirao
Variations Last name: Guirarte,Guiral,Guirall

Coat of arms of family Guiral, Guirao, Guirarte y Guirall

1° Coat of arms of family Guiral, Guirao, Guirarte y Guirall
Language of the text: Español

De plata, con un risco de su color, sumado de un castillo de oro.

Citado en "Enciclopedia heráldica y genealógica Hispano-Americana. G/H, Rollo 12 A. y A. Garcia Carraffa ".

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