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Last name: Werlich

Dossier: 735841
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili
Nobles in:Germania
The country or region of the dossier mainly refers to the places where the family was ascribed to the nobility and may be different from those of residence
Variations Last name: Werlick
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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Werlich
Variations Last name: Werlick

Italiano
Nobility crown WerlichAntica ed assai nobile famiglia germanica scritta Werlich o Werlick di cui si hanno notizie sin dal XII secolo con n Konrad "Gewerkschaftsführer" in Oschatz vivente nel 1187; successivamente notiamo un altro Konrad gioelliere in Eßlingen vivente nel 1424 ed un altro Konrad vivente in Stoccarda nel 1586. L'antica nobiltà della famiglia Werlick è confermata dal noto storico araldico J.B. Rietstap che ne descrive il blasone nella sua opera "Armorial Général". ...

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Blazon Werlich
Variations Last name: Werlick

Coat of arms of family Werlick

1. Coat of arms of family Werlick
Language of the text: Français

Écartelé, aux 1 et 4, taillé d'argent sur gueules, au lion d'or, couronné d'or, brochant sur le tout et tenant entre ses pattes une boule d'argent, au 2, palé contre-palé d'or et de sable de quatre pièces, au 3, palé contre-palé de sable et d'or de quatre pièces. Casque couronné. Cimier: un homme d'armes, issant, armé au naturel, la visière levée, le casque panaché d'or, de gueules et d'argent, tenant de sa main dextre une épée d'argent, garnie d'or, et de sa senestre un bouclier ovale aux armes du 1. Lambrequin: à dextre d'or et de sable, à senestre d'argent et de gueules.

Blason de la famille Werlick en Allemagne; source: "Armorial Général par J.B.Rietstap - Deuxième èdition refondue et augmentée - Tome II L-Z". Remarque: la forme Werlich est également trouvée.

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