Baldassari has a Romagna family, one of the provinces of La Spezia and Lucca, one of the Marches and one of Lazio. Baldassarini is typical of the Roman area, Baldassarre is very common in Lazio, Abruzzo, Campania, Puglia and Basilicata, while Baldassarri is widespread in Romagna. Tuscany, Marche, Umbria and Lazio, Baldassarro, very rare, is typical of Foggia, of Deliceto and of the same Foggia, Baldessare, Baldessarre, Baldessaro, Baldessarro and Baldessarri, they are practically unique and very probably due to errors of transcription, Baldessari is typical of the Trentino, Baldesari, is due to an error of transcription of the previous one, derive from the medieval name Baldassarre derived from the Hebrew Balthazar, the use of the Baldessarre form is proved by this text of the second half of the 1400: "... Item quod caniparius mayor presens possit facere unum give de libris duodecim imperialibus Baldessari quondam Zanni Bruni pro ficto annorum sex proxime preteritorum unius fields extimati heredi ... ", traces of q we find these surnames in 1600 in Riva del Garda (TN) in a civil trial against a certain Francesco de Baldessaribus.
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