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Last name: Perrelli Tomacelli Filomarino

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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Principi
Nobles in:Italia (Campania)
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Perrelli Tomacelli Filomarino


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Nobility crown Perrelli Tomacelli FilomarinoLe prime memorie finora accertate di questa fam. rimontano ai fratelli Nicola e Giovanni Perrelli, regi familiari, viventi nel Corpo della città di cava nel sec. XIII, ed al loro germano, giudice Filippo. Da costui discendono gli attuali rappresenatnti della fam. Ricordiamo fra gli altri: Andrea, che nel 1416 presentò a Giovanna II il diploma della regina Margherita di Durazzo a favore della città di Cava, affinchè lo confermasse e che fondò nel 1419 nella chiesa collegiata di S.Maria Maggiore del Corpo di Cava una cappella dedicata a S.Giovanni. Altro Andrea, morto ai primi del 1500, ricordato per i suoi meriti in un diploma di Carlo V del 24 marzo 1536. Alfonso, che ottenne, con lo stesso diploma, riconferma dello stemma e diritto di accollare lo scudo all'aquila dell'impero. Domenico, duca di Monasterace per imperial diploma 11 agosto 1705. Dei suoi figli, Pietro, premorto al padre, fu inviato da Carlo ...

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Coat of arms of family Perrelli Tomacelli Filomarino

1. Coat of arms of family: Perrelli Tomacelli Filomarino
Language of the text: Italiano

Partito: al primo d'azzurro alla fascia d'oro, accompagnata da quattro rose al naturale 3, in capo, ordinate in fascia e sormontate ognuna da un giglio d'oro e una in punta (Perelli); al secondo di verde a tre bande di rosso, orlate d'argento (Filomarino); il tutto accollato all'aquila bicipite dell'impero. (Riconoscimento 28 dicembre 1918).

Blasone della famiglia Perrelli Tomacelli Filomarino di Napoli. Fonte: "Enciclopedia Storico-Nobiliare Italiana di V. SPRETI", suppl. II.

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