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'''JONAS GREGORIO DE SOUZA'''
 
'''JONAS GREGORIO DE SOUZA'''
  
'''Registration no.: 013/2016'''
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'''Registration no.: 013/2017'''
  
Individual/family : Individual<br>
 
 
Country of origin : Brazil<br>
 
Country of origin : Brazil<br>
 
Place of origin : -<br>
 
Place of origin : -<br>
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====Other language blazon====
 
====Other language blazon====
  
===Origin/meaning===
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These arms are inspired by a junction of the arms of two families the armiger descends from: Maciel and Morais-Sarmento. The arms of Maciel exhibit the fleur-de-lis and eagle, whereas the arms of Sarmento exhibit the thirteen roundels that were turned into a bordure. The colours have been modified. The choice for or and sable reflects the armiger's German ancestry, evident in the second partition.
 
These arms are inspired by a junction of the arms of two families the armiger descends from: Maciel and Morais-Sarmento. The arms of Maciel exhibit the fleur-de-lis and eagle, whereas the arms of Sarmento exhibit the thirteen roundels that were turned into a bordure. The colours have been modified. The choice for or and sable reflects the armiger's German ancestry, evident in the second partition.

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JONAS GREGORIO DE SOUZA

Registration no.: 013/2017

Country of origin : Brazil
Place of origin : -
Granted : No
Granted/officially recorded by : -

Arms of Jonas Gregorio de Souza

Official English blazon

Per pale argent and or, two fleur-de-lis sable in pale, and issuant from the line of division the sinister half of an eagle displayed sable, armed and langued gules, within a bordure sable charged with thirteen roundels or.

Other language blazon

Origin/meaning

These arms are inspired by a junction of the arms of two families the armiger descends from: Maciel and Morais-Sarmento. The arms of Maciel exhibit the fleur-de-lis and eagle, whereas the arms of Sarmento exhibit the thirteen roundels that were turned into a bordure. The colours have been modified. The choice for or and sable reflects the armiger's German ancestry, evident in the second partition.

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