Is there a town called Cavalieri in Italy?

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Is there a town called Cavalieri in Italy?

Postby Madonna » 09 Feb 2006, 00:09

Anyone hear of a place called Cavalieri? Since cavalieri means knight, I was curious to know if either the surname or the town (if there is one) stems back to the middle ages when chivalry was still existent.
Would it necessarily mean that someone with that name stems from knighthood?

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Re: Is there a town called Cavalieri in Italy?

Postby vj » 09 Feb 2006, 03:42

Madonna
There appear to be quite a few!
http://italiangenealogy.tardio.com/inde ... &aktie=new

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Re: Is there a town called Cavalieri in Italy?

Postby real21 » 07 Apr 2006, 03:39

Hy: there is a small town close to trento and the name is Cavedine.
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Re: Is there a town called Cavalieri in Italy?

Postby suanj » 07 Apr 2006, 09:43

Madonna wrote:Anyone hear of a place called Cavalieri? Since cavalieri means knight, I was curious to know if either the surname or the town (if there is one) stems back to the middle ages when chivalry was still existent.
Would it necessarily mean that someone with that name stems from knighthood?


Hi:
Lazio> Roma (RM)> San Polo Dei Cavalieri town
Basilicata> Potenza (PZ)> Potenza town> Cavalieri hamleth
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with CavalierE spelling:

Calabria> Cosenza (CS)> Pedace town> Cavaliere hamleth
Sicilia> Messina (ME) >Saponara town> Cavaliere hamleth
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