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Last name: Ortega

Dossier: 618840
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Language of the text: English
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Nobility: Señores - Familia noble
Nobles in:España (Palencia)
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Nobility crown OrtegaThe lineage of this noble Castilian surname of notorious and ancient nobility, had its cradle in the city of Carrión de los Condes, in the province of Palencia, and spread throughout various regions of Spain, mainly Castilla, Andalusia and Murcia. In this region there were O. houses in the towns of Amusco and Astudillo, in the province of Palencia; in Villanueva de San Mancio of the judicial district of Medina de Ríoseco, in the province of Valladolid; in Torreiglesia, in the province of Segovia, and in Candeleda, in the province of Avila. Gregorio de Ortega, a native of Amusco, who belonged to Mexico City and married there Beatriz de Castilla, born in that city, belonged to the family who lived in the town of Amusco, in the judicial district of Astudillo (Palencia). They were parents of Captain Juan de Ortega, a native of Mexico City, who married Doña Isabel de Losa, of the same nature, the daughter of Cristóbal de Tapia y Losa and his cousin Luisa de Cáceres, natives of Mexico; paternal granddaughter of another Cristóbal de Tapia y Losa and doña Isabel de Alcázar, also born in that city; Paternal great-granddaughter of Andrés de Tapia, a native of the town of Medellín (Badajoz) and Maestre de Campo, and of Doña Isabel de Losa, a native of Toledo, and the maternal granddaughter of Pedro Gómez de Cáceres and Doña Antonia Sedano. The family heraldic study tells us about those who formed the origin of the Ortega family, since that was their function to manifest their differential elements to others. The enamels of the weapons of the Ortega lineage are: gold, which symbolizes the sun, the origin of life, its spiritual characteristics correspond to faith, mercy, temperance, charity and justice, on the other hand, said enamel indicates the family with happiness, love, nobility and splendor, that is, the noblest of metals. The gules, red, is the symbol of strength, power, fervent love for God and neighbor, such is the meaning of this enamel to which should be added the desire for dominance, courage, boldness, strength and magnanimity. With the discovery ...
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Blazon Ortega

Coat of arms of family Ortega

1° Coat of arms of family Ortega
Language of the text: Español

En oro, una tao, de gules.

"Enciclopedia heráldica y genealógica Hispano-Americana". E/E, Rollo 9 A. y A. Garcia Carraffa; "Heraldica de los apellidos canarios" Tomo segundo Lino Chaparro D'Acosta Estudios tecnicos del blason

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Coat of arms of family Ortega

2° Coat of arms of family Ortega
Language of the text: Español


Escudo Ortega de España.

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