Rahul Sharma

Herburt coat of arms

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Battle cry  Herburt
Herburt coat of arms
Alternative names  Fullstein, Herbort, Herbortowa
Earliest mention  Westphalia, Moravia, Poland (1353)
Towns  Bohušov (Cz), Felsztyn(PL -1939)
Families  Arłamowski, Chełmowski, Dobromilski, Falsztyn, Fulstein, Fulsztyn, Fulsztyński, Gerberski, Hajbowicz, Helman, Herberski, Herbortowski, Herburt, Hewel, Hewell, Heybowicz, Katyna, Kobyliński, Kozika, Kozieka, Kozieł, Koziełł, Lewgowd, Milatowskic, Mierzewski, Modzelewski, Modzelowski, Nicz, Nosicki, Nowicki, Odnowski, Ponyrko, Powęzowski, Rymgayło, Rymgayłowicz, Wismułowicz, Wisnarzewski, Woronicz, Zyniew

Herburt - is a Polish coat of arms. It was used by several szlachta families. According to the legend it comes from Westphalia to Moravia and to Poland later.

Notable bearers

Notable bearers of this coat of arms include:

  • Jan Herburt (Arłamowski)
  • Fryderyk Herburt
  • Jan Paweł Woronicz
  • Jan Szczęsny Herburt
  • Mikołaj Herburt
  • Mikołaj Herburt Odnowski
  • Piotr Herburt
  • Stanisław Herburt
  • Szymon Konarski ps. Janusz Hejbowicz
  • References

    Herburt coat of arms Wikipedia


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