Garibaldi of Genova - An offspring of the Garibaldi, entered in the MaÃ²na (one of the naval republics), after 1367 it was Fracesco who became a bandit of Genova with the brothers Leonardo and Raffaello under the charge of treason, and six years later was lifted to the title of doge. One branch of this family blossomed in Messina. - COAT OF ARMS: <split with gold and red, at an uprooted tree of green, and across all, a black lion, crowned in gold - rampant against the trunk. Alias: Of silver, to the lion in black.
Garibaldi of Nice. Angelo Garibaldi, of an old and honest house of sea captains and ship owners, an owner himself, he lived in Chiavari towards the middle of the 18th century , and in 1780 he moved with his entire family to Nice - Domenico his son, having married Rosa Raimondi, was the father of five children, one of whom the famous Giuseppe, General, who after having fought hard in America in the service of the Republic of Uruguay, went on to do most of the campaign for the Italian independence, and was enrolled in the patrician nobility of Rimini in October 1859, when that city was already declared independent from the papal government and did not play any par in the states of King Vittorio-Emanuele II. - The Genral accepted, with thanks, that hobour with a letter from Rimini dated 19 October 1859 . Coat of Arms ?