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Last name: Sigillò

Dossier: 879699
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Language of the text: Italiano
Nobility: Nobili
Nobles in:Italia (Calabria Sicilia)
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Variations Last name: Sigillò,Sigillo lo Re
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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Sigillò
Variations Last name: Sigillò,Sigillo lo Re

Italiano
Nobility crown SigillòAntico ed assai nobile casato del Regno delle Due Sicilie, di chiara ed avita virtù, propagatosi, nel corso dei secoli, in diverse regioni d'Italia e del Mondo. Secondo quando ci viene tramandato essa ha comune agnazione, condividendovi anche l'arma, con il nobile casato siciliano Lo Re Sigillo, a sua volta nato dall'unione tra i lo Re, nobili messinesi sin dal secolo decimoquinto, ed i Sigillo, di cui pochissime informazioni sono pervenute. Quel che è certo è che i lo Re Sigillo furono riconosciuti quali nobili messinesi nel XVIII secolo ed infatti risultano in quel periodo ascritti nella mastra nobile di quella città in persona di un Antonino, del fu Felice, e di un Luigi, del fu Antonino. Il ramo propriamente detto Sigillò fiorì invece nobilmente in Calabria e, più precisamente in Polistena (Reggio Calabria), ove ancora oggi si erge l'omonimo nobiliare palazzo. Inoltre tal famiglia, nel dispiegarsi dei lustri, sempre ...

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Blazon Sigillò
Variations Last name: Sigillò,Sigillo lo Re

Coat of arms of family Sigillo lo Re

1. Coat of arms of family Sigillo lo Re
Language of the text: Italiano

D’azzurro, alla colonna d’argento coronata d’oro, trattenuta da due leoni contra-rampanti dello stesso.

Blasone della famiglia Sigillo lo Re. Fonte bibliografica: "Nobiliario di Sicilia" di Antonio Mango di Casalgerardo (Palermo, A. Reber, 1912) custodito presso la biblioteca centrale della regione Sicilia. Note: si trovano anche le forme Sigillò e Sigillo.

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