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Nobility crown SilvaThe family was known in Reggio since the sec. XVI with an Agostino Silva, living in 1512. Gian Nicolò, in 1545, was Doctor Colegiatus, and Alfonso, notary in 1590. In 1631 Prospero was rector of the Orphanages. In November 1624 a Giambattista Silva lodged Cardinal Bentivoglio. Hippolytus, of Charles, of Augustine, priest. His nephew Carlo, di Agostino, di Carlo, living in 1664, very rich, was assassinated in his house on 2 November. 1696. This family had in the sec. XVII several friars and nuns, such as the brothers don Giovanni and don Alessandro, of Bernardino, of Nicolò, who entered the convent of S. Marco; their sister Silvia, a nun in S. Raffele, and their nephew Alfonso, who was Carmelite with the name of Don Giuliano, and became prior in 1647. Giambattista, of Prospero Agostino, of Carlo, in 1671 was widower of Anna, of Paolo Ferretti and in second marriage he ...
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Blazon Silva

Coat of arms of family Silva (Milano, Lezzeno e lago di Como)

1° Coat of arms of family Silva (Milano, Lezzeno e lago di Como)
Language of the text: Italiano

Interzato in fascia, al 1º d'oro, all'aquila di nero, rostrata, membrata e coronata del campo, al 2º d'azzurro, al leone d'oro, rampante contro un albero, di verde, il tutto sostenuto da una terrazza dello stesso, al 3º di rosso, a due sbarre, d'argento.

Citato in "Dizionario storico blasonico delle famiglie nobili e notabili italiane estinte e fiorenti" vol. secondo, pag. 531-532, compilato dal Comm. G.B. di Crollalanza, edito presso la direzione del giornale araldico, Pisa 1890.

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Coat of arms of family Silva

2° Coat of arms of family Silva
Language of the text: Italiano


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