6. Cesena manuscripts

The de Noli in Cesena
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The manuscript (end of fourteen hundreds) mention
for the first time the de Noli in Cesena 1490 (or 1498).
The entrie refers to Simone de Antonio Noli Biondi.
The denomination "Simone de Antonio Noli Biondi"
indicates Antonio Noli being the father.
This manuscript list the members of the Consiglio
di Cesena (Cesena Council) by year 1505. Here is found
Simone de Noli Biondi (I), son of Antonio de Noli.
The above is Page 202 of the manuscript collection
Memorie della Famigle è della Cità di Cesena. I found the
manuscript at the Biblioteca Malatestiana in Cesena on
the 5th of March, 2008. Here below
is the all page, and a picture of the book:
Coat of Arms of the Family Noli, as conserved
in the manuscript "Blasone Cesenate"
at The Biblioteca Malatestiana in Cesena.
The coat of arms of the de Noli carries the same
colours of  the coat of arms of Liguria, Genova,
and of the City of Noli.
Authorization on behalf of our family for the
personal use of the ancient Noli coat of arms
Manuscript with a drawing of the family Noli
coat of armas describing the heraldic
features. Red band and vipers in white background
Manuscript found by Dr. Carla Rosetti at the
Malatestiana Library in Cesena, February 2008
Antonio Noli di Traggia (o Teglia) buys his seat in the Consiglio
di Cesena (Cesena's ruling organ)
paying to the City 156 D'oro. Year 1551. Source:
Page 222 of document here below:
Manuscripts 7-9 found by Carla Roseti (Biblioteca Malatestiana)
Received 17/2 2008
Antonio de Noli Biondi enters the Cesena Council 1556
(look at page 51, the column at the right)
Antonio de Noli finishes at the Cesena Council 1558.
Source: Page 73 of document here below:
 Facsimile of Mauro Verdone's manuscript "Delle cose memorabile"
Fmily de Noli / Biondi reported "extinct" in Cesena.
Manuscript found by Carla Roseti (Biblioteca Malatestiana)
Received 19/2 2010