Consoli has important stocks in the Catania area, in the province of Rome, and throughout the south and an autonomous nucleus in Lombardy, Consolini is specific to the area that includes the provinces of Brescia, Verona, Mantua, Reggio, Modena and Bologna, Consolino, very rare, it would seem Sicilian, with a stock also in the low Cuneo area, Consolo is Sicilian, of Messina and Catania in particular, Cunsolo has a Calabrese stock in the Catanzaro area in particular, but also in the Vibonese and Reggio areas, and a Sicilian in the eastern part of the island, in the catanese above all, Di Consolo is extremely rare, Loconsole is typically Apulian from Bari in particular, Console is typical of the south, of Puglia and of Bari in particular, Lo Consolo is almost unique, Loconsolo, very very rare, has a stock in Melfi in potentino and one in Bisceglie and Altamura in the Bari area, they should all derive, directly or through dialectal alterations, from nicknames or names originating from the Latin term Consul (consul, magistrate of i very high level) such as the name Consolo that we find for example in an arbitration award dated 2 January 1233 where a Consolo Martini, mayor "castri Montis Abbatis." is quoted. in the urban area, it is also possible that the surname depends on whether the family was in the service of a Consul.
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