Royal Brotherhood of Noble Sons of Illescas, Knight
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The Royal Brotherhood of Noble Sons of Illescas (Real Hermandad de Infanzones de Illescas) was originally established in 14th century. It was approved by King Don Carlos III in 1764. It was originally in charged of training the Nobility of Illescas in chivalry and gallantry.
The Brotherhood was re-established in 1925, and its currently statues were signed on June 14, 1925. It is strongly related with the Corporation of Noble Sons of the Nobility of Madrid.
Currently, the Brotherhood is awarded to the heritage of the nobility of Illescas, in recognition of the efforts to keep the principles of the nobility in Spain.
This Brotherhood is one of the most strict Corporations of Nobility in the country.
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