Ossorya coat of arms

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Ossorya
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Battle cry Hosoryja, Osoryja, Szarza
Alternative names Ossorija, Osorya, Poświt, Szarza, Sztarza
Earliest mention 14th century
Towns none
Families 60 names altogether: Billicki, Bochłowski, Bogdal, Boklewski, Boklowski, Bokłowski, Brochocki, Bukowski, Burzyński, Busz, Buszkowski, Ciepecki, Ciepicki, Ciepliński, Czeszyk, Dobiecki, Filipowski, Gordyk, Gordyka, Grabownicki, Hruszewicz, Kołomyjski, Konarski, Kondracki, Kondradzki, Konradzki, Korabiewski, Korabski, Kostecki, Kostrzecki, Krzesławski, Krzywoszewski, Kunradzki, Kurski, Kwasowski, Lasowski, Łaszewski, Martos, Metalski, Niepoczołowski, Niepoczołtowski, Pelwelski, Pierzczewski, Pieskowski, Ryterowski, Schleewitz, Sczaniecki, Stadnicki, Striżewski, Szczaniecki, Świeczka, Terawski, Twardzicki, Twerbus, Twierbut, Twirbut, Tworkowski, Tyrawski, Werbotych, Złotski

Ossorya 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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Notable bearers[edit]

Notable bearers of this coat of arms have included:

  • Borys Martos (1879 – 1977) — Ukrainian politician, pedagogue, economist.

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