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Last name: Maccagnone

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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili dei Principi - Nobili dei Baroni - Principi
Nobles in:Italia (Sicilia)
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Variations Last name: Maccagnoni
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Maccagnone
Variations Last name: Maccagnoni

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Nobility crown MaccagnoneAntica famiglia che godette nobiltà in Trapani, in Mazzara del Vallo e in Palermo. Un Iuffo ebbe la concessione di onze dodici annuali sui proventi dei porti del regno; nel 1403 fu giurato di Mazzara e con privilegio del 17 agosto dello stesso anno ottenne per una sola volta, onze dieci d'oro sopra i diritti e proventi delle tratte da estrarsi dal porto e marina di Sciacca; un Simone fu Senatore di Trapani nel 1456-57; un Baldassarre fu giudice della Corte Pretoriana di Palermo nell'anno 1635-36 e del Tribunale della Gran Corte del Regno negli anni 1613-14-15, 1637-38-39; un Carlo tenne la carica di proconservatore in Mazzara nel 1657; con privilegio del 15 agosto 1636, ottenne infeudazione del territorio chiamato Piana di S. Carlo; è lodato dal Mongitore nella Bibl. Sic.; sposò Rosalia Piaggia-Napoli e fu padre di Francesco, che fu proconservatore in Mazzara nel 1689 e con privilegio dato ...

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Blazon Maccagnone
Variations Last name: Maccagnoni

Coat of arms of family Maccagnone

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

D’azzurro, alla banda d’oro accostata da due bande di rosso, cucite.

Stemma della famiglia Maccagnone in Sicilia. Fonte bibliografica: "Nobiliario di Sicilia" di Antonio Mango di Casalgerardo (Palermo, A. Reber, 1912) custodito presso la biblioteca centrale della regione Sicilia. Note: si trova anche la forma Maccagnoni.

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