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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Fassio


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Fassi and specific of the province of Milan and Bergamo, may have a fence in Piedmont, Fassio and typically Piedmont, Asti and Capri in Tuscany, Torino, Collegno and Chivasso in Turin, with a block also Genoa and Liguria, dovrebbero derives from the medieval middle name Fassius, from which we have used an example of use in 1197 in a Pact and Conventions in the cloak of Purbiane, in the territory of Vallio in Bresciano: "... Et ibi statim Baiamundus et Favazius consules tunc eligerunt You will be decrying hos duodecim homines who must say you will manifest and laudare operas et labores quos aut qua villanos de Bernaco debut ad casstrum, Silicet Canesster de Su (m) vico et Ra (m) paius et Temonus de Suvernicho et Dominicus et Bellesanus et Bec from Casstutino et Ioh (anne) Cerreti et Acerbus et Fassius de Porle et Grep de Vighole et Abas de Novolare et Mazoc de Oriolo.

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


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