An old bourgeois family already mentioned in documents in the 15th century. Emperor Maximilian I rewarded the Staudacher family with a grant of a coat of arms in Tyrol, Austria on 16 July 1503.
Ancestral coat of arms: A bay leaf branch with green twigs and leaves lying slanted to the left in a red shield, Crest: An arm dressed in red with a white cuff holding the bay leaf branch in the hand. Supporters: red and silver, red and gold (coat of arms book of Salzburg-Tyrol, Austria, plate 25 page 62)
Annexe: Archduke Leopold of Tyrol, Austria raised the rank of the coat of arms of Balthasar Staudacher, citizen of the Council of Hall, later Mayor of same, at the castle of St. Amarin on 9 September 1624. Balthasar, son with the same name, who was a Counsel of Salzburg, was raised to a status of nobility of the German Empire together with his brothers, Elias and Franz Paris, by Emperor Ferdinand III in Prague on 30 October 1647. (Coat of Arms Book of Tyrol, Austria, Nobility Archive Volume 16)