Cascante. This family is from Castilla, and its arms are: Golden shield with a gules dovetailed band which has three silver pieces. And six Anades.
Mathieu.On a field of argent an cross moline of sable and centered a gold star
Rea. Arms: Silver field with a gules eagle head crowned with gold.Read More
The Aguirre from Guipúzcoa are the oldest of this family name, as gentlemen of this lineage were with Don Ramiro I at the Calvijo’s battle the year of 850. Pedro Ibáñez de Aguirre y López Ibáñez, sons of Juan Suárez, were neighbors of Tolosa on 1346.
De Guipúzcoa are the houses of Gaviria, Azpeitia, Escoriaza, Anoeta, Villarreal de Urrechu Legorreta, Ichaso and many more. Aguirre in Basque means “high place overlooking a field”, and with this name were known many homes that had this condition, what resulted in many lineages of this family name unrelated.
Its Arms: In a silver field a gules chevron, loaded with three gold stars, and accompanied with three vert water-lily leaves.
Costa and Acosta are the same family name, as well Cuña and Acuña by example. The lineage according to the Catalog of Nobility Lusitana, comes from a distinguished gentleman who flourished in time of the King Don Manuel, who reigned in Portugal from 1495 to 1521, and among his descendants, besides eminent men famous for their talent and erudition, are also profound political and valiant captains. This lineage is rooted in an enlightened and noble houses, particularly with the Acenedo from Galicia, and with the Silva and Carvajal from Asturias.
Its Arms: Shield quartered; the first in gold and a mountain surmounted by a cane field; the second in gules and a duck swimming; the third in gules, a hill surmounted by a silver castle with door and windows in azure, and at the door an ajar pomegranate; the fourth in azure and five silver stars in saltire.