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Last name: Segno

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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Marchesi
Nobles in:Italia (Liguria - Sardegna)
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Variations Last name: Segni
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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Segno
Variations Last name: Segni


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Nobility crown SegnoSono originari dalla Riviera di Ponente da una località omonima sopra Savona, venuti ad abitare a Genova nel 1480. Nella riforma politica del 1528 entrarono nei Doria Fabiano e Andrea, altri entrarono nei Gentile; il Ganduccio ricorda un Costantino che era degli ill.mi senatori nel 1542. Il Sopranis (Scrittori della Liguria) menziona un Gio. Francesco, vivente nel 1627, che pubblicò poesie in volgare e pronunciò l'orazione per l'incoronazione del doge Federico De Franchi nel 1723, Nicolò fu capitano a Pieve di Teco. Nel 1750 Francesco Maria fu senatore. Un Giovanni Battista, di nobile sangue nato nel 1778, fu maestro di Pietro Giuria a Savona, ove al dire di questo scrittore era popolarissimo. Un ramo della famiglia si trasferì a Tabarca e in Sardegna: Gio. Girolamo, figlio di Francesco Maria e di Barbara Cunez, belga, nato a Tabarca nel 1640, fu ascritto alla nobiltà nel 1681. ...

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Blazon Segno
Variations Last name: Segni

Coat of arms of family Segni, Segno

1. Coat of arms of family: Segni, Segno
Language of the text: Italiano

D'oro alla croce d'azzurro, col capo del secondo carico di un'aquila al naturale, coronata d'oro, col volo abbassato.

Blasone della famiglia Segno o Segni in Liguria e Sardegna. Fonte bibliografica: "Enciclopedia Storico-Nobiliare Italiana di V. Spreti".

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