Heraldrys of family: Fagandini
Ancient and noble family from Fontanile that has spread in Casale Monferrato, Mantua and Alessandria and, over the centuries, all over the world. The family had a Knight of Malta with Ferdinando, in 1580. The forefather is recognized in a Gian Matteo, from Fontanile, already dead in 1539, father of Ardizzino, senator and captain general of Justice in Casale (1562). His son Orazio bought the fief of Bruno and was invested of it with noble title on March 24th 1588. A decade later, April 15, 1598, the feud was erected in County in favor of the son of him, Ortensio,... To be continued
magistrate of Mantua and senator, He died without offspring. He was succeeded by his brother Ardizzino (dec. 1617), governor of Trino, and like his brother, Senator. His son Ferdinando got the the marquisate on the fief of Bruno on March 31, 1648. Niccolò, who died in 1681, bought by the Bevilacqua the fief of Fontanile and it was invested of it with the title of count on 15 January 1673. The grandson of him, Antonino, moved to Alessandria, where he was affiliated to that Decurionate. He was the father of Carlo, Marquis, who was the father of Francesco, who continued the line, Enrico, Andrea e Antonino. Other family. Noble family from Udine, known as Fagandini, Fagagnini or Fagagna. The House owned a castle approximately seven miles from Udine but, for the revolutions of Friuli, was left without the feud and property, for confiscation. However, in 1350, one of its members took refuge in Udine, at whose citizenship was aggregated. Family names so old, without any doubt honor not only families but also the cities that welcomed them; seems to be, in fact, very worthy the living members of this family which, with much decorum, carry this noble surname, which has had several illustrious members.