Is there a Kleynhans coat of arms

Surname:Kley

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Dossier: 749976
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Language of the text: German
Nobility: Noble family - knights
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Kley

Hans Klye 1397 Strasbourg Guild Master Hug 1413 Upper Rhine Zunftmiester Ytal 1409 Rottweil Sculptor and painter Short and pet form from the first name Nikolaus. Is Norwestdeutsch also to Middle Low German klei equals clay, loam. In addition the place Kley in the district of Dortmund, the farmers Kley near Bösensell, "im Kley" near Drelingen and Petershagen. Klye Since the late thirteenth century, from Charles IV (1346-1378), the emperors have awarded coats of arms without raising the beneficiaries to the nobility. In the 15th century they entrusted the Count Palatine with the award of coats of arms, who has since granted coats of arms to bourgeois families. ...

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