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Last name: Kock

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Language of the text: Deutsch
Nobility: Adel - Ritter
Nobles in:Deutschland - Holland
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Kock


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Nobility crown KockHans Hinrich, 1732 Bürger-Capitän in Hamburg, d. 29-11-1759. Wappen: in n. Feld aus gr. Bodend wachsend drei g. Aehren an gr. Stengeln. Helm: die drei Aeheren. Decken r.s. Volterus Cocke 1257 Rostock Äbtissin Hermann 1343 Barth Mönch Lucas 1482 Luzern Pädagoge Berufsname aus dem mittelniederdeutschen kok gleich Koch. Cocke Obwohl keine sicheren Angaben zur Datierung des geschichtlichen Ursprungs und zu seiner Zuordnung zu einem bestimmten Gebiet vorhanden sind, ist ein Nachweis des Adels über die Deutung des Wappens möglich. Seit Beginn des 15. Jahrhunderts lockerte sich die Verbindung des Wappens mit dem Landbesitz immer mehr, da die Wappenvergabe auf immer größere Personenkreise und Familien aus den Bürgerräten, Inhaber bestimmten Ämter oder Handel- und Gewerbetreibende ausgedehnt wurde. ...
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Blazon Kock

Coat of arms of family Kock

1. Coat of arms of family Kock
Language of the text: Français

De gueules, à deux burèles ondées d'or, acc. en chef de trois coquilles rangées d'argent et en pointe de deux étoiles du second.

Blason de la famille en Hollande. Source: "Armorial Général par J.B.Rietstap - Deuxième èdition refondue et augmentée - Tome I A-K".

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Coat of arms of family Kock

2. Coat of arms of family Kock
Language of the text: Deutsch

Wappen: in n. Feld aus gr. Bodend wachsend drei g. Aehren an gr. Stengeln. Helm: die drei Aeheren. Decken r.s.

Familiewappen Kock oder Köck in Hamburg. Quelle des Wappens: Siebmacher's großes und allgemeines Wappenbuch, Bd. 5 (Bürgerliche Geschlechter Deutschlands und der Schweiz), 5. Abt.:Zweitausend bürgerliche Wappen, Nürnberg 1895, 57.

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