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Last name: Loyson

Dossier: 674929
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili - Signori
Nobles in:Francia - Olanda - Germania
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Loyson


Italiano
Nobility crown LoysonAntica ed assai nobile famiglia francese, originaria della Normandia, di chiara ed avita virtù, propagatasi, nel corso dei secoli, in diverse regioni europee. Essa ebbe prima dimora in Rouen, ove i suoi esponenti si dedicarono con successo al mercato marittimo, stabilendo commerci con il Vecchio e il Nuovo Mondo. In particolare Nicolas Loyson, fiorito nella seconda metà del XVI secolo, si creò importanti contatti in Olanda e finì per trasferirsi proprio in Amsterdam, stabilendo lì anche la sua discendenza. In Olanda fiorì Abraham de Loyson che, nel luglio 1656, prestò servizio prestò servizio nell'esercito dell'Elettore di Brandeburgo, il quale, unito all'esercito del re di Svezia, assediò la città di Varsavia; il di lui figlio era allora capitano di compagnia nel reggimento von Sieberg. Isaac Wilhelm Loyson, fratello del detto Abraham, è invece il capostipite della famiglia in Germania. La casata è stata proprio in Germania elevata alla nobiltà, con la ...

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Blazon Loyson

Coat of arms of family Loyson

1. Coat of arms of family: Loyson
Language of the text: Italiano

D'azzurro, allo scaglione d'oro accompagnato da tre oche d'argento.

Blasone della famiglia Loyson dalla Borgogna. Fonte bibliografica: "Armorial Général de France de 1696. Bourgogne."; "Armorial de la Bourgogne" di Bouchot e d'Hozier"; "Blasons de Bourgogne" di M.Marchand.

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Coat of arms of family Loyson

2. Coat of arms of family: Loyson
Language of the text: Italiano

Di rosso, ad un orso rampante d'oro lampassato ed armato d'azzurro, lo scudo seminato di plinti d'oro.

Arma della famiglia Loyson in Germania che risulta purtroppo ignota negli armoriali. Tuttavia da remoto tempo se ne tramanda una descrizione, la cui fonte è ignota ma che vuolsi essere propria della stessa.

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