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Last name: Mineo

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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Signori
Nobles in:Italia - Francia (Regno di Sicilia)
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Mineo


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Nobility crown MineoAntichissima famiglia di origine francese, propagatasi in diverse regioni d'Italia, con preminenza nella terra sicula. Nel reggimento Normanno, infatti, fu illustre signore un cavaliere francese, dal nome Adinolfo Mineo, il quale procreò Dionigio, che dimorò nella medesima signoria, ed ebbe per moglie Alvira, figlia di Giovanni Leontini, che gli generò Adinolfo, nipote d'Alaymo Leontino, Mastro Giustiziere, che fu, insieme con lo zio e con il cugino Giovanni Mazzarino, gettato nel mare da Beltrando Cannella, per ordine del Re Giacomo. Giovanni Mineo ebbe, dal Re Federico II, il feudo di Buxalca, che poi perdette nei movimenti Baronali, che seguirono sotto il Re Pietro II. Lo riscosse, però, Raniero, figlio di Giovanni, ottenendo, infine, in sua sostituzione venti onze di rendita sopra le gabelle di Messina. Sempre Giovanni fu paggio della Regina Maria, dalla quale, poscia, ebbe la Castellania di Mineo, e suo fratello Alaimo quella di Bizzini, con gli introiti di ...
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Blazon Mineo

Coat of arms of family Mineo

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

D’oro, al castello d’azzurro, aperto e finestrato del campo, torricellato di tre pezzi, ognuno sormontato da un saraceno vestito di verde, impugnante una spada d’argento alta in palo.

Blasone della famiglia Mineo. Fonte bibliografica: "Nobiliario di Sicilia" di Antonio Mango di Casalgerardo (Palermo, A. Reber, 1912) custodito presso la biblioteca centrale della regione Sicilia.

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