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Conforti is panitalian, Conforto is a fairly common surname throughout Italy, but it is more common in the south, Confuorto is a typical Neapolitan variant, these are all auspicious surnames derived from names attributed to foundlings, confirming the use of this name , we find quoted in the 16th century in a deed written at Solofra (AV) a Conforto Troisio: "... lands Solofre own in loco ubi dicitur them hamlets of Burrelli iuxta bona venerabilis ecclesia Monasteries S. Augustini, iuxta bona magistri Robini de Petrone, iuxta bona Conforto de Troisio, iuxta bona heredi quendam Nicolai de Troisio ... ".

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

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