Limosin

de Limosin

Armes:


De sinople à la fasce d’argent, chargé d’un lion passant d’azur, armé et lampassé de gueules, et accompagnée de cinq besants d’or, trois en chef, deux en pointe.

Sources du Dr. Loutsch:

(H.L.T.).
Famille qui serait originaire du Brabant, en tous cas au Luxembourg depuis la fin du XVIe siècle, puis en Lorraine au XVIIIe. Généalogie dans la Chesnaye Des Bois.

Zitiert nach (Quelle): A.L. Seite 521

2 thoughts on “Limosin”

  1. 28.05.2018

    Being the descendant of the kin of de Limosin d’Alheim, I could suggest it is the personal blazon of Ferdinand-Charles-Emmanuel, Baron de Limosin-d’Alheim (*10.11.1748 in Boulay) who was the captain of the German regiment of Alsace in the 1777.
    His brother Jean-Baptiste, Baron de Limosin-d’Alheim (*22.10.1750, Thionville; † after 1808) known as chevalier (de) Dalheim (Dalem) who became the major-General of the Russian service, and their father Jean-Baptiste, Baron de Limosin-d’Alheim (*22.07.1714) moved into Russia in the 1792 the both.

    I have no any information about the descendants of Ferdinand-Charles-Emmanuel, Baron de Limosin-d’Alheim. But it looks like he had the daughter of Antoinette Marie Delphine de Limosin d’Alheim who was married to Charles Jean Baptiste Antoine Paguelle de Larret in 1807 – https://gw.geneanet.org/xlecoq?lang=en&p=antoinette+marie+delphine&n=de+limosin+d+alheim

    Eugene Blokh – EugeneBloch@mail.ru

  2. 28.05.2018

    Being the descendant of the kin of de Limosin d’Alheim, I am to inform you that it’s just the personal blazon of Jean-Nicolas, Baron de Limosin (baptisted 29.11.1650, Luxemburg; † 1707).
    But it is not the general blazon of the kin of de Limosin which has to have the reg lion-leopard on the golden belt with the black encadrement and the silver bezants.

    Eugene Blokh – EugeneBloch@mail.ru

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