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Last name: Pardo

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Language of the text: English
Nobility: Lords - Knights - Counts
Nobles in:Spain - Belgium (Castilla - Baleares - Aragon - Valencia - Galicia)
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Pardo


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Nobility crown PardoVery ancient and noble Spanish House, of clear and ancestral virtue, that has worldwide spread, over the centuries, with main branches in North and South America. The authors do not agree on its origin: some want this family from Greece, others from Asia. More likely it has a Roman origin considering that, in the time of the Emperor Constantine, a bishop named Pardo attended the Iberian Council. It is also said that this family has a common relationship with the Cid Campeador. In any case we find the most ancient nucleus of the Pardos in Galicia, more precisely in As Mariñas from where then settled in the Kingdom of León. The Pardos of Aragon, related to the Aragonese kings since 1190, later moved to Valencia where we find: Pedro Pardo de la Casta, lord of the town and castle of La Casta, in Aragon, who married the noble woman Jerónima ...
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Blazon Pardo

Coat of arms of family Pardo

1° Coat of arms of family Pardo
Language of the text: English

Or, three stumps raguly vert flammant gules in pale per fesse.

Ancient blazon of family Pardo. Source: "Armorial Général par J.B.Rietstap".

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Coat of arms of family Pardo

2° Coat of arms of family Pardo
Language of the text: English

Gules, an eagle sable crowned or, accompanied by three stumps in base raguly vert flammant gules in pale per fesse; the central one bronchant on the tail of the eagle.

Coat of arms of family Pardo. Source: "Armorial Général par J.B.Rietstap".

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Coat of arms of family Pardo

3° Coat of arms of family Pardo
Language of the text: English

Or, an eagle displayed sable accompanied by three stumps in base raguly vert flammant gules in pale per fesse.

Alias of family Pardo; source: "Repertorio de blasones de la comunidad hispánica - letras M-N-Ñ-O-P-Q-R" Vicente De Cadenas y Vicent Instituto Salazar y Castro".

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