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Last name: Juch

Dossier: 667672
Type:Heraldic Trace
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Language of the text: Français
Nobility: Famille Noble - Chevaliers - Seigneurs
Nobles in:France (Bourgogne)
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Juch


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Français
Nobility crown JuchFamille bien véritablement originaire de Bretagne. Elle compte au nombre de ses membres les seigneurs de Pozmarc'h (paroisse de Plouaré), de Pratanroux (paroisse de Penhars), du Mur (paroisse de Sain-Evarzec) de Liscuit (paroisse de Laniscat), de Trohéir (paroisse de Kerfeunteun). On rencontre plusieurs personnages illustres de ce nom. On cite dans le nombre: le sire du Juch, à l'ost du duc à Ploërmel en 1294; Jean, évêque de Léon, mort en 1369; Henri, chambellan du duc en 1419, épouse Jeannette le Barbu. La branche aînée fondue en 1501 dans du Chastel, d'où la baronnie de cette famille a appartenu ensuite aux Gouyon de la Moussaye, Montboucher et Franquetot de Coigny. A ce 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 remarquable. Il est fort difficile, pour ne pas dire impossible, de réunir en faisceau toutes les tiges éparses de cette maison. ...
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Blazon Juch

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Language of the text: Français

D'azur au lion d'argent, armé et lampassé de gueules.

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