Family name Salvadores

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The family name Salvadores has a Spanish coat of arms certified by the Chronicler and King of Arms Don Vicente de Cadenas y Vicent.

Persons with the name Salvadores proved their nobility in Real Chancillería of Valladolid, as recorded in the archives of this institution.

It is known that theSalvadores have or have been established, among other places, in:

* Galicia (Spain).

* Canary Islands (Spain).

Bibliography that collects the history and the coat of arms for the family Salvadores:

* Repertorio de Blasones de la Comunidad Hispánica, by the Spanish King of Arms Don Vicente de Cadenas y Vicent.

* Linajes y Blasones de Galicia, by Father Crespo.

* Los Apellidos en Canarias, by Carlos Platero Fernández.

* Blasonario de la Consanguinidad ibérica.

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The work "Linajes y Blasones de Galicia", by Father Crespo, where the heraldry and the history of the family name Salvadores appears, is the most important treatise of the heraldry of Galicia (Spain), and was published three hundred years after the appearance of the posthumous "Nobiliario, Armas y Triunfos de Galicia", by Father Felipe de la Gándara. Its author Father Crespo Pozo, had for his investigations, vigils and costly walks that were rewarded with the kind collaboration of Nobles as the Dukes of Medinaceli facilitating the archive of the Grand Casa Marquesal de Camarasa, etc. All this resulted in a plurality of sources of consultation that make the scholarly work, encyclopedic and illustrative in Galician heraldry. This work collects, as we have already said, the history and heraldry of family Salvadores so the Salvadores or they are Galician or linked in some of their branches to Galicia.

The family name Salvadores appears collected by the Chronicler and King of Arms, Don Vicente de Cadenas y Vicent, in his "Repertoire of Coats of the Hispanic Community", that means that the lineage Salvadores has official coat of arms certified by King of Arms. Said Repertoire of Blazons of the Hispanic Community is the greatest work of Spanish heraldry, where the surnames with his heraldic appears like the family name Salvadores arranged alphabetically, with their coats of arms. In this work have included the content of many manuscripts of the National Library of Madrid and corresponding to Minutes of Kings of Arms and collects surnames that as Salvadores are Spanish or very linked for some reason or other to Spain, so those of the family name Salvadores are in this position. There are also thousands of heraldic and heraldic shields from several Sections of the National Historical Archive, as well as the Royal Chancery of Valladolid, Salas de los Hijodalgos of Vizcaya, etc. In summary, those of the surname Salvadores have made some test of nobility or knightage.

The Blasonario of the Iberian Consanguinity, where apper the heraldry of Salvadores, consists of 7 volumes, starting the first in the year 1979 and the last in the year 1997, being its authors Ampelio Alonso de Cadenas, the King of Arms Don Vicente de Cadenas y Vicent (maximum authority of Spanish heraldry) and Liliana Ruiz Carrasco. It compiles a set of coats of arms and crests from different Spanish archives, others from armor stones, many from military passports and more from nobility, such as the name Salvadores corresponding to a line whose origin or location is indicated, but without specific attribution to a specific family. It includes family names as Salvadores of an extensive universal geography but that were part of the Iberian Community.

According to the writer Carlos Platero Fernández, in his book "The Surnames in Canary Islands ", the surname Salvadores has a branch in the Canary Islands. In this work, Carlos Platero Fernández collects the heraldry and history of many family names that come from other places in Spain and Europe, as surely is the case of the name Salvadores and that they settled in the Canary Islands. Different spellings of surnames are collected, so it is possible that the name Salvadores have some different spelling.

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