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Casola has a stock in the Varese area at Gallarate, Inarzo, Vergiate and Ternate, one in Campania, in Naples in Naples, Sorrento, Casoria, Giugliano in Campania and Arzano, in Salerno at Positano and Salerno and in Caserta in Macerata Campania, and a stock in Sicily in the Agrigento area at Cattolica Eraclea and Agrigento, and in Castelvetrano in the province of Trapani, Casoli has a stock in Varese in Varese, Solbiate Arno, Mornago and Saronno, a very consistent one in Emilia, in the Reggio area of Reggio Emilia, Castelnuovo di Sotto, Correggio , Montecchio Emilia and Cadelbosco di Sopra, in the Parma area, in Parma and Collecchio, and in Modena in Modena and Carpi, one in the Pesaro area, in Pesaro, Petriano, Sant'Angelo in Lizzola and Montecalvo in Foglia, and in Ancona, it has a stock in Gubbio in the Perugian, and a strain in Troia in the Foggia area, Casolo would seem to have two distinct stocks, one in Somma Lombardo in the Varese area and one in the Avellino area in Montefalcione and Sant'Angelo all'Esca, these surnames very often derive from toponyms such as Casola, present in many forms in Emilia and in Campania or Casoli, present mainly in central Italy, but, in many cases, should derive from the medieval name Casolus, Casola, of which we have an example of use in a writing of 1544: ". ..Ac videbatur vtraque pars perperam egisse, Casolus quidem partim concealing omnia, neque explanando, quid sent ret de iis, quae Synodus constituisset, and permitting Synodum progredi in dogmatibus sanciendis, cum interim inauditos condemnaret illa Protestantes ... ".
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