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Cedrone is typical of the frusinate, of San Donato Val di Comino, San Giovanni Incarico and Castrocielo and of Rome, Cedroni, in addition to the Lazio stock in Velletri, Rome and Lariano in the Roman period, has a small, perhaps native, lineage to Gandellino in Bergamo, Cetro, absolutely very rare, it is of the Neapolitan, Cetrone has a stock in the Aquila in Scanno and Barrea, a stock in Pontinia and Sonnino in the Latin and in Rome, Cetroni has a stock in Marino, Rome and Ciampino in the Roman dialect, and one in Tortoreto in Teramo , should derive from the medieval name Cetro, Cetronis or Cedrone, in turn derived from the name of the capercaillie, the bird that gives its feathers to the plumed hat of the bersaglieri, very ancient traces of this surname we find already in 1200 in Tuscany: " ... Asdente de Parma and was cobbler, and I know how to put divine knowledge, and sometimes he said it was true. And he called Asdente Cedrone ... ".

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

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