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Last name: Ramazzotti

Dossier: 24209
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili
Nobles in:Italia (Toscana)
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Variations Last name: Ramachiotti
Variations of surnames are frequent and mainly derive from involuntary acts such as translation errors or dialectal inflections or from voluntary acts such as attempts to escape persecution or acquisition of titles and properties of other families

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Ramazzotti
Variations Last name: Ramachiotti


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Nobility crown RamazzottiAntica ed assai nobile famiglia fiorentina, di chiara ed avita virtù, con residenza in San Giovanni, al gonfalone Drago, propagatasi, nel corso dei secoli, in diverse regioni d'Italia. Ma, d'altronde, tal famiglia, nel dispiegarsi dei lustri, sempre è riuscita a produrre una serie di uomini che resero illustre il suo nome, nei pubblici impieghi e nel servizio militare. Fra questi, senza nulla levar al valore degli omessi, contasi: Tommaso, dottore in "utroque jure", vivente in Firenze, nel 1646; Lanfranco, protomedico alla corte dei Farnese, vivente nel 1689; Filippo Maria, dottore di Sacra Teologia, vivente in Firenze, nel 1693; Michelangelo, notaio e consigliere fiorentino, membro di numerose accademie, vivente in Firenze, nel 1723; Cav. Antonio Maria, ambasciatore del Granduca di Toscana, presso varie corti europee, vivente nel 1725; Leopoldo, notaio in Firenze, vivente nel 1731; dott. Leonardo, tra i consiglieri di Firenze, nel 1744; D. Felice, colto sacerdote fiorentino, fiorente nel ...
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Blazon Ramazzotti
Variations Last name: Ramachiotti

Coat of arms of family Ramazzotti

1. Coat of arms of family Ramazzotti
Language of the text: Italiano

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Blasone della famiglia 3923 in Firenze, San Giovanni, Drago; fonte: "Raccolta Ceramelli Papiani" custodita presso l'archivio di stato di Firenze fasc.3923.

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  5. Variations of surnames are frequent and mainly derive from involuntary acts such as translation errors or dialectal inflections or from voluntary acts such as attempts to escape persecution or acquisition of titles and properties of other families