Ferrandes has an important stock on the island of Pantelleria, and one in Latina and Nettuno and Anzio in the Roman, Ferrandis, almost uncio, it would also seem to be from Pantelleria, Ferrantes, practically unique is from Latina, for these last two last names this is probably of a transcription error of the previous one. additions provided by Stefano Ferrazzi Of Spanish origin (most probably Jewish-Sephardic), the surnames Ferrandes, Ferrandis, etc. arise from the Italianization of the Spanish surname Ferràndez (with a variant in Ferràndiz), which, composed by the root Ferrando (the Italian Ferrante or Ferrando) and the suffix -ez / -iz (with membership value), can be translated as a son of Ferrante or Ferrando (see Ferranda and Ferranta). In conclusion, therefore, these are the surnames of the personal names of the founders.
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