Alleman Coat of Arms

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1) Dauphiné - Brisure de gueules semé de fleurs-de-lis (d'argent) à la bande (du mesme) brochant sur le tout et chargée en haut d'une étoile. English: Gules semee of fleur de lys argent, a bend of the same covering overall and charged over with an etoile.
2) Dauphiné, Bretagne - Armes anc Quatre aiglesArmes mod De gueules semé de fleurs-de-lis d'or à la bande d'argent brochant sur le tout Cimier un paon Cri PLACE PLACE A MA DAME! Devise TOT IN CORDE QUOIT IN ARMIS et ALTISSIMUS OS FUNDAVIT. English: Dauphiné, Britain - coat of arms (old): four eagles (no present tinctures); coat of arms (modern): gules semee of fleur de lys or, a bend argent covering overall ; Crest: a peacock shouting "PLACE PLACE A MA DAME!"; Motto: TOT IN CORDE QUOIT IN ARMIS and ALTISSIMUS OS FUNDAVIT.
3) Bresse - De sable au lion d'argent armé lampassé et couronné de gueules. Eglish: Sable a lion argent armed , langued and crowned gules.
4) (d') France - D'azur au chevron d'or acc en chef de deux merlettes d'argent et en pointe d'un arbre arraché du second. English: Azure a chevron or, accompanied in chief by two merlettes [without beak or feet] argent, and in base a tree eradicated of the second.
5) de Châteauneuf - Comtat-Venaissin - Écartelé aux 1 et 4 d'azur à trois bandes d'or aux 2 et 3 cinq points d'or équipollés à quatre d'azur. English: Quarterly - 1st and 4th: azure three bends or; 2nd and 3rd: Checquy of nine panes, or and azure.
6) de Mirabel - Languedoc - Écartelé aux 1 et 4 d'azur au demi-vol d'or à la bordure du mesme entourée d'une filière de gueules (Alleman) aux 2 et 3 d'or à trois fasces de gueules. English: Quarterly - 1st and 4th: azure a single wing or, within a bordure of the same, surrounded by a narrower bordure gules (Alleman); 2nd and 3rd: or three bars gules.
7) de Mirabel - Languedoc - D'azur au demi-vol d'or à la bordure du même ch d'une filière de gueules. English: Azure a single wing or, a bordure of the same, surrounded by a bordure [narrower] gules.
8) de Montrigaud - Dauphiné - D'or au lion de gueules couronné d'argent. English: Or a lion gules crowned argent.
9) des Champs - Dauphiné - De gueules semé de fleurs-de-lis d'or à la bande d'argent brochant sur le tout. English: Gules semee of fleur de lys or, a bend argent covering overall.

Origin, Meaning, Family History and Alleman Coat of Arms and Family Crest

The surname Alleman seems to have been derived from the Alemannic tribe renowned for its valor and bravery. The Germans used to refer to this tribe as an all men tribe since even the members of fairer sex belonging to this tribe exhibited physical strength and toughness commensurate to that of their male counterparts. The tribe was involved in intense battles with the Franks for territorial control over Rhineland. This all man legend gave rise to several variations of the surname including Allemong, Allman, Alleman, Allemang, Allaman and Allamen among several others.

The name Alleman was also used to describe someone hailing from Rhineland. The family rose to fame and riches in the middle ages with the office of first and second mayor of Madgeburg being occupied by Heyne Alemann several times. The other members hailing from the Alleman family occupied different positions vital in running the administration of government. Numerous people carrying the surname Alleman migrated  to Pennslyvania and New York in the 18th Century. The settlers included Simon Alleman, Jacob Alleman Junior, Stephen Alleman and Hiram Alleman among others.

Alleman Coat of Arms Meaning

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