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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Cutone


CUTONE

Cutona has a ceppo to Isernia ed by one, molto più piccolo, from Lucera net foggiano, it surname dovrebbe divert to give a soprannome dialettale, probabilmente son dal fatto che il capostipite commerciasse in Coton, troviamo tracce di questa cognominizzazione from Pascarola net Neapolitan in one registrazione dell'anno 1271: "..Die 5 October 15 Ind. at Melfiae. Rugeth of Nicholas and his wife, Isabel, heir [conceded] the goods that were once James Cuton, being in Aversa. (Amongst the goods .... in the village of Pascarole piece of the one of the land near the house of Martin 's of Rahon of the same country, and on the garden of Robert Capicium, and there a grove, which was John, was it from the Rebursa, as was also ought in the Palude, the charcoal burner of the land, one beside the land of the Sergius, of the judge of the citizen of Neapolis, and the land of the heirs of Henry of the Holy Spirit, the Angel; also along the ground by Peter Visconti; iardenum also a hood near the ground and the rise of Robert Andrews Thomasio ... ".

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


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