Absolutely rare, exclusive of Valtellina, derives from a modification of the surname Schilini, now long gone, of which we have traces since 1100 in the diplomatic code of medieval Lombardy in Lodi in the year 1197: "... Manifestavit Barellus, Filius Alberti Schilini, quod illas pound quatuor imperialium, quas anselmus arothi mortgage accepit ab Alberto Caxola, Fuerunt borrowed from Utilitatem eiusdem Barelli ad sanandum debitum... ". Additions provided by Giacomo Ganza/Villa di Tirano (so) the origin of the surname is obscure, but the Scilini have long-standing Valtellina, since the surname is located in Villa di Tirano (so) already in 1700. On the spot it was said that the Scilini came from Brescia, if this were true would think at least a similarity with the surname Silini, widespread in the province of Brescia. In the region of Tiranese, an area of intense emigration, undoubtedly the Scilini families They hold primates in this field. Antonio Simone Scilini left his native country for Australia only 14 years to 1890, two other Scilini are in Australia and the USA in around 1860 respectively and one of them fought in the civil War. The surname Scilini could derive from a hypochoristic: (It is only a hypothesis) Maffesciolo/Sciolo/Sciolini.... Additions provided by Franca Scilini the surname Scilini comes from Calvisano (BS) where the nobles Schilini were present, then the surname turned into Scilini.
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