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Coat of arms of those of Wrochem

Wrochem is the name of an old Upper Silesian noble family that appears for the first time in 1379 with a knight Wrochuo , captain of the village of Groß Cosel near Groß Wartenberg. The sure line of trunks does not begin until Wenzel Wlocken auf Langendorf , who on January 14, 1598, wrote his wife Eva von Spiegel a personal treasure in Pawlowitz.

coat of arms

The coat of arms shows a blue wavy bar in silver , which is accompanied by three (2: 1) red roses. On the helmet with red and silver blankets a silver swan.

Well-known namesake


Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ State Archives Breslau and Heyne, Documented History of the Diocese and Hochstiftes Breslau, Vol. 2, Breslau 1864, p. 756.