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Last name: Palacio

Dossier: 619983
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Language of the text: Deutsch
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Nobility: Señores - Caballeros
Nobles in:España (Castilla - Vizcaya - Asturias - Canarias)
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Nobility crown PalacioDieser Familienname stammt aus der alten Familie älterer Verwandter von Vizcaya, die im 13. Jahrhundert von Lope Sánchez de Gordejuela, dem leiblichen Sohn des sechsten Lords von Ayala Don Furtud Sánchez de Salcedo, gegründet wurde. Lope Sánchez baute den primitiven Fahnenturm von Palacio und gründete die Stelle dieses Nachnamens und die von Ibargoen im oben genannten Tal. Die P. übte die Führung der Oñacino-Seite im Gordejuela-Tal während der Banderizas-Kämpfe des 13. und 15. Jahrhunderts gegen die Ibargoen der Gamboíno-Seite aus. Kapitän Don Juan de P. y del Hoyo, ein bekennender Ritter des Ordens von Santiago, war Corregidor und Kriegskapitän von Gran Canaria, Teneriffa und La Palma sowie Gouverneur der vier Villen der kantabrischen Küste. Er war der Sohn von Pedro Gil de Palacio, dem Herrn des Herrenhauses und des Turms von P. del Valle de Liendo und von Doña María del Hoyo Gavilán und P. de Gama, seiner Frau und ...
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Blazon Palacio

Coat of arms of family Palacio

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

En sinople, una casa fuerte de oro, sobra peñas de plata.

Escudo de la famìlia Palacio radicada en Madrid. Fuente bibliográfica: "Repertorio de blasones de la comunidad hispánica - appéndice 1- Vicente De Cadenas y Vicent Instituto Salazar y Castro".

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Coat of arms of family Palacio

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


Escudo Palacio de España.

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Coat of arms of family Palacio

3° Coat of arms of family Palacio
Language of the text: Français

En champ de sinople, quatre personnages deux hommes et deux femmes exécutant une danse à l'espagnole sur une terrasse au naturel tous ayant les bras levés sur le devant une femme habillée de rose à dextre et un homme vêtu d'un habit brunâtre à senestre affrontés et dans le fond un homme vêtu d'un habit brunâtre à dextre et une femme habillée d'azur à senestre affrontés les hommes ayant les jambes nues et les femmes les bras nus.

Blason de la famille Palacio en Asturies; source: "Armorial Général par J.B.Rietstap - Deuxième èdition refondue et augmentée - Tome II L-Z".

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