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Armenta Family Crest

Armenta. A late fourteenth century the family moved to Andalusia to militate against the Moors. His surname is Armenta or Armentia. Established in Cordoba from the town of that name, located in Vizcaya, Gonzalo de Armenta with his son Alfonso Armenta, and their descendants have been linked with all the nobility of Cordoba. His coat is a golden lion on green field. Nobiliario de los Reinos y Señoríos de España By D. Francisco Piferrer VolumeIV, page 61, Num. 1613 Madrid,...

Horta Family Crest

Horta. Bernardo Horta, a native of the town of his name, he deserved that Don Jaime I of Aragon rewarded his loyalty and distinguished services giving Serra sites and Ria and a palace beside the mosque of Valencia. He brought in arms: Coat of azure, and four bands of  silver. Nobiliario de los Reinos y Señoríos de España ByD. Francisco Piferrer Volume II, page 211, Num. 1009 Madrid, 1857....

Molinar Family Crest

Molinar. Basque name of San Miguel de Zaya, judicial district of Balmaseda (Vizcaya). Their arms: Azure, a silver tower, cleared of sable, and with seven lilies, a chief and three on each side ; bordure vert, outlined in silver, gold with eight saltires. Nobiliario Español Don Julio de Atienza Page 543...

Iturbide Family Crest

Iturbide. Last navarro, proved his nobility in the Order of Santiago in 1635. One branch went to Mexico because she belonged Emperor Agustin de Iturbide y Aramburu, whose arms were quartered shield: 1o. Azure, three bands of silver, 2o., in gules, a silver pale and empinantes him, two lions at natural 3o., in gules, two wolves of gold and errant posts stick, and 4., in azure, two strips of silver. Nobiliario Español Don Julio de Atienza Page 454...

Henestrosa Family Crest

Henestrosa. Surname derived from de Haro, Lord of Biscay. From the town of Henestrosa, judicial district of Briviesca (Burgos), from where he went to Andalusia. Repeatedly proved his nobility in the orders of Santiago, Calatrava and Alcantara. Don Juan Tomas Fernandez and Henestrosa and Aguilar, Knight of the Order of Calatrava, was created Marquess of Peñaflor on December 3, 1664. Their arms: In field of gold, two wolves interns, sable, placed on stick; bordure azure with eight gold stars. Nobiliario Español Don Julio de Atienza Page 432...