FANDOM



The Zambrano are a proud Basque family. They are decedents of the first families to build castles. I will be quoting pages in history to show you the origin of the Zambrano Family.

Pre-historic:

Homo-Antecessor:

Natives of what is now Western Europe. DNA differs from Erectus and Sapien.

Pre-Roman and Roman Gaul:

Gaul:

Proto-Germanic tribes, and Germanic tribes.

Suebic Empire:

In 570 the Arian king of the Visigoths, Leovigild, made his first attack on the Suebi.

Goths:

Germanic tribes that fought with Rome for control of Western Europe.

Toledo Empire, Visigoths:

Western Goths.

Alaric I : Possibly where the Zambrano Royal background began.


Medieval Europe:

Kingdom of Asturias:

Pelagius (Spanish: Pelayo; c. 685 – 737) was a Visigothic nobleman who founded the Kingdom of Asturias, ruling it from 718 until his death.

Kingdom of Castile:

According to the chronicles of Alfonso III of Asturias;

the first reference to the name "Castile" (Castilla) can be found in a document written during AD 800. The name reflects its origin as a march on the eastern frontier of the Kingdom of Asturias, protected by castles, towers or castra.
Zambrano Family records in history start here with the Castile sigil, the castle. Castle building families of Western Europe.

Kingdom of Leon:

Castile, Leon, Aragon and Navarro. Unite after many wars and unions.

Kingdom of Reus:

Kingdom in the territory of Aragon. What is now Catalonia. Zambrano Family crest show Reus as a union. The last and present crest of the Zambrano Family.

Kingdom of Granada “Reconquista”:

Zambrana o Zambrano o Zambranos o Zambraos: Regal Zambranos in history:

Orders of Spain:All records of regal Zambrano that serve the orders of Spain are in Estado Militar de Espana.

Santiago

Calatrava

Alcantara

Montesa


Don Alonso Zambrano:

Estado Militar de Espana, year 1802. Brigadieres, 1795


Sr. D. Jose Zambrano y Viana

Military Status 1847. Order of Santiago: D. Jose Zambrano and Viana. Madrid, 1957. Charge d'Affaires and Consulate of Costa Rica and Nicaragua.
[1] [2]


Juan Jose Zambrano:

Rich Miner from Spain built Zambrano Palace now a government building. Had a son Ramon Zambrano and his father Manuel Zambrano.


Mateo de toro Zambrano:

Field Marshal Mateo de Toro Zambrano y Ureta, 1st Count of La Conquista (Spanish: Mateo de Toro Zambrano y Ureta, primer Conde de la Conquista) (September 20, 1727 – February 26, 1811), frequently misnamed Mateo de Toro y Zambrano in many Chilean history publications, was Viscount of La Descubierta and later Count of La Conquista (1771). He was a Chilean creole and had a career as a soldier under the Spanish Empire after he amassed a fortune in commerce.


Manuel Nicolas Zambrano:

Guard for the San Fernando del rey Mission. This individual appears on the records of Alta California in 1769-1773. He might be the first Zambrano in California. If his children did not get deported in 1848 by the cession. Juan Joseph Manuel Vicente Zambrano (1772-abt 1825): Texas native. Juan Zambrano was a politically active, obviously impetuous, if not violent, individual, part of one of the earliest peninsular families of San Fernando de Bexar. Texas claims: 21 claims by Zambrano.1835-1846. Zambrano, Alonso: From: Sevilla. Came to Mexico in 1520 with Juan Gonzalez Ponce de Leon (son of the discoverer of Florida). Parents: Diego Martin Zambrano and Elvira Ortiz. Maria Zambrano:
(April 22, 1904, Vélez-Málaga – February 6, 1991, Madrid) was a Spanish essayist and philosopher associated with the Generation of '36 movement.

Lorenzo Zambrano:

(born on 1944) is the Chairman and CEO of Cemex, one of the largest global building-materials companies in the world.
Resources:

Reyes de Espana:

Chronology of kingdoms and Kings of Spain.


Geneology Hispanic:

Good source for Hispanic Names of Regal importance.


Historia Social:

Libro de historia zambrana. 2781 CHACON JIMENEZ, FRANCISCO HACIA UNA NUEVA DEFINICION DE LA ESTRUCTURA SOCIAL EN LA ESPAÑA DEL ANTIGUO REGIMEN A TRAVES DE LA FAMILIA Y LAS RELACIONES DE PARENTESCO HISTORIA SOCIAL , 1995, (21): PP. 75-104.

Anaheim Public Library:

If you’re a Zambrano please donate to this library for providing information for the research.

Spain digital public library:

I provide links to the pdf. Use Ctrl+F to look for Zambrano reference

Estado Militar de Espana: Zambrano Records and Orders of Spain they belong to.

References

  1. http://www.blasoneshispanos.com/Heraldica/HeraldicaGentilicia/Armoriales/ZZ/Zambrana.htm
  2. http://hemerotecadigital.bne.es/datos1/numeros/internet/Madrid/Estado%20militar%20de%20España%20(Ed.%20en%2016º)/1847/184700/18470000/18470000_00000.pdf


This article uses material from the Wikipedia article The zambrano family history, that was deleted or is being discussed for deletion, which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Author(s): WikiDan61 Search for "The zambrano family history" on Google
View Wikipedia's deletion log of "The zambrano family history"
Wikipedia-logo-v2

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.