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Last name: Paolillo

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Nobles in:Italia (Regno di Sicilia)
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Paolillo


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Nobility crown PaolilloEdle messinesische Familie, aus der ein Antonio hervorging, der ihm Militär von Guglielmo il Malo dienen sollte; ein konservativer Eschino des Real Heritage Court im Jahre 1247; ein Costanzo von ihm Sohn Großadmiral von Sizilien im Jahre 1259; ein Antonio notaro regio von König Federico II; und ein Nicolò, der 1364 das Lehen von Rogalgio durch Federico III. verdiente. Ein Zweig dieser Familie zog nach Girgenti. (Weitere Quellen in: Il Blasone in Sizilien). Autoren, die von dieser Familie sprechen: V. Palizzolo Gravina Barone di Ramione bot in seinem 1871-75 in Palermo gedruckten Werk "Der Blazon in Sizilien oder die heraldische Sammlung" viele interessante Neuigkeiten über diese Familie und über die glorreichen Traditionen dieser Insel. Zusammen mit Minutoli, Invges, Mugnos und mehr als einem unermüdlichen Marquis von Villabianca sammelte das Werk Dokumente, Pergamente und Zeugnisse, die von Familienmitgliedern übermittelt wurden, die über ihre Vergangenheit, die Tugenden und Taten ihres eigenen Schiat ...

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Blazon Paolillo

Coat of arms of family Paolillo, Paulillo

1. Coat of arms of family: Paolillo, Paulillo
Language of the text: Italiano

Di rosso, alla banda d'oro sostenente un pavone rotante al naturale.

Blasone della famiglia Paolillo o Paulillo. 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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