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Last Name: Loconsole

Dossier: 839397
Nobility: Nobles
Nobles in: Italia (Kingdom of Naples - Piedmont)
Variations: Console
Heraldic and genealogical preview of family: in: Italiano

Heraldic and genealogical preview of family: Loconsole

Variations: Console
Nobility crown LoconsoleAncient and noble family of the Kingdom of Naples, known as Console or Loconsole, of clear and ancestral virtue, that has worldwide spread, over the centuries. According to what has been handed down, the family has been declared noble thanks to the loyalty always shown towards the Crown. Moreover, this House, in all ages, always stood out, thanks to the prominent figures, which gave birth, in the public service, in the liberal professions and in the military service. Among these, without undervalue the omitted, we would like to mention: Tommaso, who distinguished himself, under the Aragon flag, in the war of Otranto, in 1481, against the Ottomans; Luigi, landowner in the Neapolitan area, flourishing in 1512; Gio. Batta, doctor in "utroque jure", flourishing in Naples, in 1551; Giuseppe, who distinguished himself in the defense of Malta, against the Turks, in 1565; Carlo Celeste, captain of arms, flourishing in Naples, in ...

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Coat of Arms of family: Loconsole

Coat of Arms of family Loconsole

1 Blazon of family Loconsole

Coat of arms of family Loconsole ot Console noble in Naples. Source: "Motti Araldici editi di famiglie italiane"; Umberto Dallari.

Tierced per fesse; 1° azure, three fleur-de-lys or between the four points of a label gules; 2° or; 3° argent. Crest: a griffin argent crowned or.

Coat of Arms of family Console

2 Blazon of family Console

Coat of arms of family Console or Loconsole noble in Villafranca. Sources: "Blasonario della contea di Nizza", Roma, 1929, Giulio De Orestis;"Essai d'Armorial du Comté de Nice et de la Principauté de Monaco", Yssingeaux, 1941,Hyacinthe-Louis Rabino di Borgomale.

Party per pale; 1° barry of six per pale counterchanged argent and azure; 2° barry wavy of six azure and argent on a chief or an eagle sable regardant crowned of the same.

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