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Campomenosi would seem to be specific to the Genoese, to Santo Stefano d 'Aveto and Chiavari, Campominosi is specific to the Piacenza area, to Piacenza and Ferriere in particular, they should both derive from the name of Campomenoso di Santo Stefano d`Aveto, the Campomenosos, Ligurian nobles, appear in notarial deeds of the early 1300s, in a deed of sale dated 1324 we read: "... Petrus, filius quondam Enrici de Campolemenoso de Valle Avanti ...", the family in 1500 was tied in marriage with a stock of Doria ..

Bibliographic source' "L'origine dei cognomi Italianim storia ed etimologia" di E. Rossoni disponibile online su: https://archive.org/

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