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Last name: Zambrana

Dossier: 633138
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Language of the text: Español
Nobility: Señores - Caballeros - Familia Noble
Nobles in:España (Vasco)
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Zambrana


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Nobility crown ZambranaApellido de origen vasco. Procede de la anteiglesia de Santa María de Z. en la provincia de Guipúzcoa. Una rama pasó a Andalucía y a Canarias. Probó su nobleza en muchas ocasiones en las Reales Ordenes de Santiago, Calatrava, Alcántara, San Juan de Jerusalén y en la Real Chancillería de Valladolid y Real Compañía de Guardias Marinas. Don Pedro Z. Gordillo fue creado Marqués de Z. el 13 de marzo de 1971. Tuvo este apellido su casa solar en Vasco. Muchos linajes de este apellido probaron su nobleza en las Órdenes de Santiago, Calatrava, Alcántara, Montesa, (corporaciones nacidas para luchar contra los moros, cooperando a la Reconquista, y asegurar el orden, protegiendo a los peregrinos y desvalidos), Carlos III y San Juan de Jerusalén (es una orden religiosa militar fundada en el siglo XI); numerosas veces en las Reales Chancillería de Valladolid y Granada, en la Real Compañía de Guardias Marinas y en la Real Audiencia de Oviedo. Los de Vasco traen por armas: En campo de gules, un castillo de plata, surmontado de dos estrellas del mismo metal. Bordura de gules, con ocho aspas de oro. Otros traen: En plata, un castillo de gules, almenado, superada la torre del homenaje de una rosa, de gules, y las otras dos de una estrella, de azur, cada una. Bordura de azur, con ocho aspas, de oro, alternadas con las letras de la palabra "Zambrano" (sic.). Otros: En oro, tres cardos, de sinople, puestos en faja. ...

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Blazon Zambrana

Coat of arms of family Zambrana

Coat of arms of family Zambrana

Language of the text: Español

En campo de gules, un castillo de plata, surmontado de dos estrellas del mismo metal. Bordura de gules, con ocho aspas de oro.


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