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Carbi, absolutely rare, would seem specific to northern Italy, Carbo, altrettanto rare, but Sicilian, Carbone and spread throughout Italy over the south, Carbonella has a little pugliese, Ischitella and San Nicandro Garganico in Foggiano and Brindisi, and one In Pietrapertosa nel potentino, Carbonelli has a stem in Rome, one in Abruzzo, Atessa and Scerni in teatino and Avezzano nell'aquilano, one in Napoli and in Caiazzo in casertano, and one in the foggiano in Monte Sant'Angelo, Peschici and Vico del Gargano, Carbonello, extremely rare, and Sicilian, Carbonetta and Perano in the teatino, Carbonetti and typical of the central fascia comprising the Marche and the Lazio, Rome in particular, and the teatino, Carbonetto, very rare, has a hint of San Remo nell'imperiese ed one to San Fratello ed Acquedolci in messinese, Carboni and diffused throughout the northern center and Sardinia, Carbonini would like to be a brescian but with a little hole in the province of Pavia. All of these dovrebbero derivatives are derived, directly or through various hypocoristic forms, from the middle name Carbo o Carbone, derivative of Latin cognomen Carbo, Carbonis, whose name is Abbiamo nell'Archivio Capitolare di Parma nell'anno 1069: " Dum in Dei nominate Civitatis Parme ad Domini Episcopio Parmensi in solarium who is just a major square in the center of the meridie part ubi nunc domnus Cadalus presul & presens atque Apostolicus Electus Sancte Parraensis Ecclesie un cum Ingezo Vicecomite in judici residebat singulars deliberandas residencial intent cum cum mainfredus Angelbertus Ubaldus Rotechildus Albertus Aichardus judices sacri palacii Wido Richardus Ubertus Notaries sacri Palacii Wido filius quondam Gerardi & Rotechildus Vicedominus Arialdo Fante vassi jamti dips prescription dominis Mainfredus quondam Addi Oddo Elbelinus germanis filiis quondam judicii Fredrights Anselmus burganus Ubertus & Ildebertus germanis filii quondam Gualberti Bernardus qui & Te uzo Armirius & Carbone Mainfredus Albertus Azo germanis filiis quondam Mazoli Albertus filius quondam Johannis Judici Gerardus filius quondam Rustci de Castro Aichardi & Rustico who vocator Cariolo Gerardus Mainfredus germanis filiis quondam Alberti who says of Viasiolo Prando Delora Azo Baldoni Albertus filius quondam Teberti Petrus & Gerardus germanis Filii quondam Johanni Vitalis Petrus Mancapesa ... ", but also from the soprannomi collegati derived from the activity of extractor or carbon seller or from one of the many toponyms bequeathed to the carbon vocabulary, which Carbone (PZ) Carbonara (BA) - (NA) etc. Integrations provided by Giuseppe Concas CARBONE; CARBONI; CARBONELLI: il carbone in logudorese = carbon; in campidanese = your carbon, your craboni (with metatesi). Your crabô phonetically. Dal Latin carbonis = carbone, either spento or access; I heard that in Campidano we call it, dead carbon = dead carbon. The cognome and present in Sardinia without old days. Among the signatories of Pace di Eleonora, LPDE of 1388, figurine; Carbone Francisco, city Leunelli (* Neonelli - Varicata partis - Barigadu); ); Georgie Carbone, Sworn Jury Gurrutta (* Gurrutta.odierno Borutta (Meylogu). Hire Ardar et Meylogu); Carbone Guantino, Cerchillo Town (* Cerchillo ... Actual Berchidda. Curatorie de Costa de Valls); Carbone Nicolao, sworn v. Floxio (* Floxio.odierna Flussio. Contrate Castri Montis de Verro); Carbone Paulo, sworn city Oniferi; Carbone Petro, sworn v. Cerchillo; Carbone Petro, jurato ville Guilciochor (* Guilciochor.villaggio distrutto, conosciuto col nome di Borticoco: diocesi di Ottana. Curatorie de Anella); Carbonelli Nicolaus, juratus Castri Callari. (Cagliari); Carboni Anthonio, city Turalba (* Turalba.oderno Torralba (Meylogu - Contrate of Ardar et Meylogu); Carboni Augustino, jurato ville Modolo (* Modolo ... Modulo. Contrate Castri Serravallis); Carboni Margiani, jurato ville of Ulusufe (* Ulusufe .distrutto Usulife [Spano] (Contrate Montis Acuti); Carboni Mariane - from Bosa; Carboni Petro - ville de Pac - ada (* Pac - ada.Pattàda - Contrate Montis Acuti); Carboni Saturnius, Sasseri town; Carboni - Ghiglotto Mariano - of Castri Januensis ** Castri Januensis Civitas (Castel Genovese - Castel Sardo, Omnibus habitantibus .in ville de Coginas ... undecima januarii .in posse De Valle Anthoni filii); Carbonis Bartolomeus, ville Algueri (** Ville Algueri.odierno Alghero, Camille Bernardus, Bos Franciscus, Ferret Anthonius sindici, actors and procuratores.et us, superius nominati: Serra (de) Thomas, major chamber; Pancie Comita, subcriticals; Case Anthonio procuratores.et singles homines civitatum Sasseri et Ville Ecclesiarum ac loci Telluri e t locorum Mole de Posata et Iscle de Galtelì ac Contrata de Baronia .et ego De Vieri Jacobus praedictus tutor et curator datus et etiam adsignatus nobili Mariano filio (by Eleonora and Brancaleone Doria). Donnum Fideiussores De Villa Gonnarium and Donnum Musca Bartholomeum, cisti Aristanni. Presentibus: Marinella Torbino, Polvirella Anthonio, Sirgo Barçolo, civibus Aristanni. In the twentieth MONTH Januarii, one hundredth anniversary CCCLXXXVIII (1388). Following names of civil servants throughout Sardinia: Arenosio (de) Petri, ville Algueri; Masala Galeago, Bosa town; Worship (of) Lemuxio, ville Newfoundland (Olbia); Ferrali Augustino, Marmilla; Casilis Petrus, Castri Javensis; Mariano Galluresu, Castri Montis; Montis (de) Laurencio, Part Montibus; Know Francisco, part of Valença; By Sii Jacobo, Mandrolisay; Lacono (de) Basilon, Part Virigadis (Barigadu); Sotgiu (de) Thoma, Campitani Majore; Porcu Guantino, Parte Milis; Sori (de) Francisco, Guilcier Part; Agus (de) Joanne, Montis de Verro; Senalo (de) Barisono, Planarie de Bosa; Seche Gonnario, Montis Leonis and Caputis Abbas; Masala Joanne, Serra de Vallis; Coghu Petro, Macumeri et Margini; Aletti Anthonio, Alçana; Vara (de) Nicolao, Claramonte et Anglona; Sunna Elia, Mejloco. Follow the doorway notarile.quod furt actum die loco et anno predictis.testibus ad haec vocatis: Tholono (de) Giordano, Tardino (de) Poncio et Coloma Francisco Joannis militibus; Colle (de) Petro, jurisperito; Tomich Francisco, Rigonfi Jacobo, Sagrestani Bernardo, Monge Petro, Celis Betto (ville Ecclesiarum of Sigerro et Bassagoda Berengarius (Castri Calleri) .Jonquerio Bernardo, Serranei Anthonium et De Vineolis Petrum, notai (Castri Calleri). Actum in villa Alghero; Baringe Damianum canonicum Arestanni and Virgili Nicolaum (Arestanni), sixth February (1388), Carbonis Guillermus, Alghero, Carbonis Vincentius, Algheri, Nel Condaghe di San Nicola di Trullas, CSNT, XI, XIIIth century, we find Carbone Dorgotori (57 , 109): at 57 and testes in a acquisto (comporaili) of a vineyard, of the price of 4 pennies (IIII sollos = il soldo aureo sardo), in exchange for a bue, a piece of work of the value of a salary, a Pork, 5 grunks of grain (V mozos de triticu, II capros iscoriatos (scuoiati) and a bittersweet (young goat), 109 and donor of a land (positinke) in Colletariu (region that is found between Trullas and Semestene) In the text of Fara - Of Rebus Sardois IV - I find Carbone llus Franciscus (156/13) and Carboni Bernardus (46/12): Eodem etiam anno (1421) Ludovicus de Pontonibus vendidit.Francisco Carbonello oppidum Senis; anno 1303 Bernardus Carboni episcopus Gisarchensis (from Bisarcio - now diocese di Ozieri). In this story I remember, Enrico Carboni Boy: cagliaritano (1851 - 1925), avvocato, politician; deputy for 5 legislatures. Dal 1914 was a Sardinian proprietor dell'Unione. In 1914 he was Under Secretary of State for the Mercantile Navy. During this course, he made an institutional and inaugurated the Linea Marittima Cagliari Civitavecchia. Currently, the name Carboni is present in 959 Italian cities, of which 172 in Sardinia: Sassari 685, Cagliari 336, Alghero 296, Assemini 234, etc. Carbone and present in 1541 Italian cities, of which 23 in Sardinia: Irgoli 11, Ottana 6, Nuoro 6, etc.

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


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