Zagłoba coat of arms

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Zagłoba
Zagłoba Coat of Arms
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Details
Alternative names Zagroba
Earliest mention juridical note from 1420, seal image from 1466
Towns none
Families Bądkowski, Boguski, Braciszewski, Cygler, Dąbrowski, Dębownik, Dubicki, Dubina, Dubiński, Duliński, Dzierżanowski, Gołębiewski, Grabowski, Grądzki, Jaroszenko, Jaroszewski, Kaniowski, Kleniewski, Kniażycki, Knistowt, Kordaszewski, Koziński, Kraykowski, Kucharski, Kwapiszewski, Lubański, Łabuński, Marzyński, Matowski, Mieczkowski, Naranowicz, Poziemkowski, Pozimak, Pozimski, Poziomak, Sąchocki, Smardzewski, Smarzewski, Smoleński, Smoliński, Sochacki, Sochocki, Steczkowski, Szczepieński, Szczepiński, Ścisek, Śledziewski, Śniegocki, Tarchalski, Trzebiński, Trzeszczkowski, Trzeszkowski, Wąpielski, Zagłobski, Zagrobski, Zatomski, Zatoński, Zygler.

Zagłoba - is a Polish coat of arms. It was used by several szlachta families in the times of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

History[edit]

It originally comes from the city of Plock, Masovia in central Poland. Bearers of this Coat of Arms took part in January Uprising and Polish-Soviet War.

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Notable bearers[edit]

Notable bearers of this coat of arms include:

Władysław Smoleński (1851–1926), professor of history at Warsaw University.

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