Zaremba coat of arms

Zaremba coat of arms
Zaremba
Zaremba Coat of Arms
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Details
Alternative names Zaręba, Zarębczyc
Earliest mention 1301
Towns Tuliszkow
Families 85 names altogether: Belakowicz, Belakowski, Bielakowski, Bielawski, Bieliński, Bilewski, Borowy, Borzek, Boxycki, Brudzewski, Brzostkowski, Celiński, Cerekwicki, Cielecki, Cieliński, Cieluski, Czerejski, Czerekwicki, Czurlej, Drzewoszewski, Figietty, Gastell, Gimel, Ginet, Ginett, Giniat, Głodzieński, Głoskowski, Godurowski, Godziacki, Golgin, Gorszewski, Gorzewski, Grabowski, Groszek, Gurzewski, Hadziacki, Himelreich, Illewicz, Illukiewicz, Jabłonowski, Jakowiecki, Jaraczewski, Jaraczowski, Jaskólecki, Jaskulecki, Jastrzębski, Jasuda, Jasudajtis, Jasudowicz, Jermoła, Kens, Kłobuszewski, Korzkiewski, Lubisiński, Magnuszewski, Mańkowski, Milowicz, Mysław, Noskowski, Noszkowski, Perłowski, Poburski, Pogrzybowski, Rudziański, Rudzieński, Rychwalski, Shkirpan, Szkirpan,Skrzyński, Skrzypiński, Skwarski, Słotowicz, Strzyński, Sucharzewski, Suchorzewski, Szczeniżewski, Tuliszkowski, Tymieniecki, Tyminiecki, Wielewcki, Zajączkowski, Zaremba, Zarembiński, Zarembski, Zaręba, Zarębiński, Zarębski

Zaremba is a Polish Coat of Arms. It was used by several szlachta families in the times of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

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History

Blazon

A demi lion rampant issuant sable, langued gules. In base three golden bricks 2 and 1 garnished or. For a crest: out of a ducal coronet a lion as in the arms.

Notable bearers

Notable bearers of this Coat of Arms include:

See also



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