Monthly Archives: January 2010
Carrizo. Last name of Leon. Don Juan Carrizo Llano and Garcia-Villademoros, resident and native of Troncedo, proved his nobility in the Royal Court of Oviedo in 1774. Their arms: In a silver field, three reeds vert, on waves of azur … Continue reading
Obrador. Last Asturian widespread throughout the peninsula. Their arms: In a field gules, a chevron of gold, surmounted by a silver star and a castle based on the same metal. Nobiliario Español de don Julio de Atienza Page 575 Madrid,1959.
Espin. Noble lineage of the kingdom of Murcia: its arms: Shield per fess, on 1. gold and a spine, the 2nd. checkered silver and gules. Nobiliario de los Reinos y Señoríos de España By D. Francisco Piferrer Volume II, page … Continue reading
Basurto. La casa de Basurto recognized by trunk and founder Don Garcia called the Tuerto son of Don Garci Galindez Salcedo y Vela, 4o. Mr. de Ayala. His arms are: SHield of gules and five panels of gold on the … Continue reading
Barroso. Don Pedro Gomez Barroso, one of the leading gentlemen of Galicia, distinguished himself in the conquest of Seville and the trunk was Barroso’s illustrious house in Andalucia. His grandson, also named Pedro Gomez Barroso,w was Cardinal Archbishop of Toledo, … Continue reading
Berri. In Navarre: Shield in azure and silver belt loaded with three-bladed sable. Nobiliario de los Reinos y Señoríos de España By D. Francisco Piferrer Volume II, page 13, Num. 630 Madrid, 1857.
Galdames. Basque name of the place its name, judicial district of Balmaseda (Vizcaya). Don Manuel Galdames of Briton, resident of Alfaro, patent of nobility reached on July 31, 1797. Their arms: In field of gold, four checkered gules, bordure azure … Continue reading
Arrieta. Noble family of Navarre, in whose palace or solar home had arms: Shield of gules and a strip of gold bordure of the same color and eight blades of the same metal. Nobiliario de los Reinos y Señoríos de … Continue reading
Santander. Last Castilian, the villa its name. He proved his nobility in the Order of Santiago in the years 1629, 1641, 1660 and 1696, and several times in the Royal Chancery of Valladolid. Their arms: On red field a silver … Continue reading