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Last name: Orifice

Dossier: 618520
Type:Heraldic Trace
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Language of the text: Español
Nobility: Señores - Caballeros - Familia Noble
Nobles in:España (Italia)
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Orifice


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Nobility crown OrificeNoble y antiguo linaje italiano, originario de la ciudad de Sorrento. Entroncó con el linaje español de Mendoza. Uno de sus caballeros ingresó en la Orden de Alcántara, y otro en la de Santiago. Sus expedientes de pruebas contienen la siguiente genealogía: Antonio O., natural de Sorrento y Presidente del Consejo Real de Nápoles, casó con doña Julia Mastro Jodiche, de la misma naturaleza, y fueron padres de Antonio O. Mastro, natural de Nápoles, que contrajo matrimonio con doña Isabel Mascambruno o Mascambroni, natural de Benevento (hija de Próspero Mascambruno y de doña Constanza Mansella, naturales de Nápoles y originarios de Benevento), naciendo de esa unión Antonio O. Mascambruno, natural de Nápoles, Príncipe y Marqués de Sanssa y Caballero de la Orden de Alcantara, en la que ingresó en 1618. Casó con doña Guiomar de Mendoza, natural de Nápoles, Princesa de Sanssa y originaria de España (hija de Francisco de Mendoza y Cervellón, descendiente de familias españolas de esos apellidos, natural de la ciudad de Nápoles, en la que fué Regente de la Gran Corte de la Vicaría, del Consejo Colateral, Gobernador de las provincias de Salerno y Abruzos, y Proveedor y Veedor de los Castillos de aquel Reino por S. M. el Rey de España, y de doña Victoria Brancachio, natural de Nápoles y del Segio del Nido). Fueron padres de Juan O. y Mendoza, natural de Nápoles, Príncipe de Sanssa, que vistió el Hábito de la Orden de Santiago el 11 de Abril de 1631. ...
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Blazon Orifice

Coat of arms of family Orifice

Coat of arms of family Orifice

Language of the text: Español

En gules, un lobo, de oro, pasante. Alias: En campo de azur, una faja de oro, acompañada, en lo alto, de tres rosas del mismo metal puestas en palo, y, en lo bajo de dos aves de oro semejantes a loros, con las alas manchadas de sangre, y con las cabezas vueltas, mirándose.


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