Good evening, here is the family crest of the last name Bayona.
Old last name of Navarra with houses in Pamplona, Aoíz and Tafalla. By the middle of the XV century it was the head of the branch vizcondal of Bayona, in the mentioned Kingdom. Juan de Bayona married doña María Miguet de Berrant, gentlemen of Rocafort, and they had Martin Bayona. Don Pedro de Bayona y Villanueva, natural of Alfaro, entered in Santiago’s Order on 1674. Don Francisco Bayona Sarriá, natural of Pamplona, entered in the Order of San Juan de Jerusalem on 1566. The Real Tribunal of Navarrese recognized on 1766 the nobility of don Pedro Fermín de Bayona y Eguía, neighbor of Aoíz.
Its Arms: In silver field, a gules bande, accompanied in the high of a sinople tree, with two sable wolves to the foot of the trunk, stopped and confronted; and in the low of another wolf, also of sable; sinople bordure; a second gules bordure.