Alderici, absolutely rare in the area of Massa, Alderighi is typical of the area of Empoli and Vinci in the Florentine, Aldrighi is very rare and typically Lombard, with a stock in Mantua and one in Milan, Aldrigo has a small strain in Pavia and Piacenza. one more consistent in the Paduan and Venetian dialects should all derive, directly or through contractions, from the medieval name of Germanic origin Aldericus we recall sant Alderico between 1100 and 1200, of this name we have an example in a Designationes terrarum in the Diplomatic Code of the Medieval Lombardy to Maderno in 1191: "... In Christi nomine. Die sabati. XIII. Exeunte canteen ianuari. On site Materni ubi dicitur Prementor. In presentia presbyteries Ugonis, Uberti Ricardi, Vanacii and Balderici et Materni Cavucii and Iohannis Bocrinverse, Petrus Enrici and Zanebonus de Basano et Nasettus de Puteo et Aldericus Stancie isti omnes iuravere designate terram monasterii Sanctorum Martirum Gos me et Damiani de loco Brixie. ... ".
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