Roch III coat of arms

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Roch III
Roch III Coat of Arms
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Alternative names Pirzchała, Skała Łamana, Roch II also
Earliest mention 1238 by Rościsław comes Pierzchała
Towns none
Families 24 families altogether: Borowski, Broliński, Karsza, Kościuszko, Łukomski, Niereski, Obuch, Oczko, Omelański, Omeliański, Piekucki, Pielaszkowski, Pietrzejowski, Pilaszkowski, Plewiński, Plewka, Pogroszewski, Przezdziecki, Przeździecki Pierzchała, Rossudowski, Rosudowski, Rzeźnicki, Siechnowicki, Suzin, Umiastowski, Walużyniec, Woszczatyński

Roch III 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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