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Last name: Vise

Dossier: 696243
Type:Heraldic Trace
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Language of the text: Français
Nobility: Famille Noble - Chevaliers - Seigneurs
Nobles in:France (Ile-de-France - Languedoc)
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Heraldic Trace :
Vise


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Nobility crown ViseMaison très antique et d'origine noble. Lieu d'origine de cette famille: Ile-de-France - Languedoc. On la retrouve en différentes époques et en diverses localités. Nombreux sont les principes que les chercheurs et auteurs donnèrent de cette famille. La maison pour son ancienneté, sa splendeur, pour la vertu militaire et ecclésiastique et pour chaque autre valeur de chevalerie prospéra jadis en grand nombre, magnifique et généreuse. Cette famille est inscrite dans " L’Armorial Général cela prouve que jadis elle se distinguait pour son indiscutable valeur, noblesse démontrée aussi grâce à des documents transmis au cours du temps de générations en générations. A ce nom, on attribue un signe distinctif de noblesse représenté par le blason que l'on a reproduit ci-contre et qui confirme aussi à travers ses emblêmes, au point de vue historique et héraldique la certitude d'une valeur remarquable. Armes de la famille: D'or à 3 chevrons de sable. Titres nobiliaires de cette famille: anobli en 1180, extraction chevaleresque (famille d'ancienne extraction réunissant, en outre, deux qualités: atteindre le XIVème siècle et y avoir l'état de chevalerie qui est, entre autres traits, un état militaire); baron en 1828; honneurs de la cour (distinction nobiliaire prestigeuse du XVIIème siècle, dont le but était d'honorer les familles de très vieille noblesse encore suffisamment représentatives. De 1715 à 1789, 942 familles ont été admises aux honneurs de la cour). ...

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Blazon Vise

Coat of arms of family Vise

Coat of arms of family
Language of the text: Français

D'or à trois chevrons de sable;

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