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La Vecchia is a decidedly southern surname, distributed in patches of leopard throughout the south, with strains particularly in the area that includes Campania, Campobassano, Foggia, Potentino, Cosenza and Catanzaro and above all Sicily with maximum concentration in the area of Catania, Agrigento and Palermo, Lavecchia, always southern, is specific to the area that includes the people of Salerno, Basilicata, Bari and the Catanzaro area, and, to a lesser extent, the Taranto and Brindisi areas, the Cosenza area and the Valentina area, could derive from toponyms containing the old root, but it is also possible a derivation from characteristics of the founders, like that of being sons of an old particular.
Vecchia has a stump in San Benigno Canavese in Turin, one in the area that includes the Brescia, Mantovano and Veronese, with a small strain also in Rome and in the Avellinese, Vecchiarelli is specific to the band that includes Tuscany, Piceno, Lazio, the Molise, the Caserta and the Neapolitan, Vecchiariello, very very rare, is specific to the Neapolitan, Vecchiarini, almost unique, is also the Neapolitan, Vecchiarino, absolutely rare, has a small strain in the Caserta and one in the Foggiano, Vecchiati, very Very rare, it has a stump in the Brescian, one in Rovigoto and one in Modena, Vecchiatini is specific to Ferrara and Bologna, Vecchiattini, much more widespread, is also specific to Ferrarese, Ferrara, Codigoro, Massa Fiscaglia, Lagosanto, Portomaggiore and Jolanda of Savoy, Antiquatti, very very rare, is typical of Ficarolo in Rovigoto and Costabissara in Vicenza, Vecchiato is very widespread throughout the Triveneto, in particular in Padua, Trevisano, Venetian and Udinese, Vecchiatto, extremely rare, is Specific to Udine, Vecchierelli is decidedly of Bergamasco, Martinengo in particular and Bergamo and Romano di Lombardia, Vecchiet, not very rare, is typical of Trieste and Capriva del Friuli, Gorizia, Moraro, Cormons and Ronchi dei Legionari in Goriška, Vecchietti has a stump in the Bolognese and one in the Marche, old, very rare, is of Bolognese, old man, absolutely extremely uncommon, is Del Veronese, Vecchini seems del Veronese, old is all over the north, with a fundamental strain