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Last name: Indaburu

Dossier: 641629
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Language of the text: English
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Nobility: Señores - Familia noble
Nobles in:España (Navarra)
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Nobility crown IndaburuFrom Navarra, with a solar house in the place of Azpilcueta, from the Baztán valley and from Pamplona. They came from said house: José Antonio de I. and Iturburrua, a native of Maya, Captain of the Dragons Regiment of Numancia and Knight of the Order of Santiago, from November 5, 1743, and Francisco de Paula de I. and Dolorea, native of Madrid and Knight of the Order of Carlos III, entered on May 29, 1807. Many lineages of this denomination proved their nobility in the Orders of Santiago, Calatrava, Alcántara, Montesa, (corporations born to fight against the Moors, cooperating to the Reconquest, and ensure order, protecting the pilgrims and the helpless), Carlos III and Saint John of Jerusalem (it is a military religious order founded in the 11th century); numerous times in the Royal Chancery of Valladolid and Granada, in the Royal Company of Marine Guards and in the Royal Audience of Oviedo. Lorenzo Indaburu, Prócer de la Independencia, was born in Monpox, Bolívar department in 1806, married to Faustina Acosta on January 9, 1833, in Monpox. I lend military service to the Republic from 1820 to December 1831. In 1803, Lieutenant Colonel Juan Josef de Indaburu, from Portobelo, arrived in Cartagena, being appointed as commander of the Corozal garrison. ...
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Blazon Indaburu

Coat of arms of family Indaburu

1° Coat of arms of family Indaburu
Language of the text: Español



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