Casolare, quite rare, is typical of the Neapolitan, Quarto, Pozzuoli and Naples, with a small stock also in Vairano Patenora in the Caserta area, Casolari is specific to Modena, Sassuolo, Modena, Serramazzoni, Fiorano Modenese, Prignano sulla Secchia, Formigine, Maranello, Pavullo in Frignano and Polinago, of Bologna, of Scandiano and Casalgrande in the Reggio and Ferrara areas, Casolaro has a large stock in Naples and in Naples, in Casoria, Pozzuoli, Marano di Napoli, Ercolano and San Giorgio a Cremano, with a small stock in Frasso Telesino in the Benevento area, in Salerno and a significant strain in Foggia, these surnames should derive from nicknames, even dialectal ones, originated from the fact that the family lived in a farmhouse or farmhouse, that is in an isolated house in the middle of the countryside . We find traces of these surnames in Piatta (SO), where in the first half of the 1700s a certain Pietro Andrea de Casularis is canonical. integration provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Casolari is a surname of toponymic origin, quite common in the Modena area. A Casular locality is named in a map of the bishop of Modena Ubaldo in 1146, and in others later of 1156 and 1175. It had to be between Portile and Mugnano. From the medieval Latin casulare «rustic house». Source: F. Violi, Surnames in Modena and in the Modena area.
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