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Last name: Castelluccia

Dossier: 19322
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Nobility: Nobili
Nobles in:Italia
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Variations Last name: Pappasiderio,d'Alitto,Letto,Castellucci,Leto
Variations of surnames are frequent and mainly derive from involuntary acts such as translation errors or dialectal inflections or from voluntary acts such as attempts to escape persecution or acquisition of titles and properties of other families

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Castelluccia
Variations Last name: Pappasiderio,d'Alitto,Letto,Castellucci,Leto


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Nobility crown CastellucciaThis Norman family came to the Kingdom following Roberto Guiscardo. It was first called de Letti or Leto by the fief of Castel Letti, and then Castelluccia or Castellucci and Pappasiderio for the possession of the fiefdoms of this name. The last name of Alitto was said to be preserved by the descendants, and it is intended that they were so called to use the wings in the coat of arms.This family enjoyed nobility in Sicily and in the cities of Bitonto, Chieti, Sulmona, Bisignano, Tropea Castelluccia and Diano, where a branch settled around 1600. The Bitonto branch became extinct in two males and one female married in the Giannone family, with the agreement that the groom and his descendants should add d'Alitto's to their surname. The family of the noble feudal lord of the Province of Salerno became extinct in Francesco to which succeeded his sister, Persia, married to ...
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Blazon Castelluccia
Variations Last name: Pappasiderio,d'Alitto,Letto,Castellucci,Leto

Coat of arms of family Castelluccia

1° Coat of arms of family Castelluccia
Language of the text: Italiano

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  5. Variations of surnames are frequent and mainly derive from involuntary acts such as translation errors or dialectal inflections or from voluntary acts such as attempts to escape persecution or acquisition of titles and properties of other families