nickname for an innocent, timid, meek or pious person. It was also a popular personal (first) name because of the Christian connotations of the Lamb of God. Agnello was the name of several saints such as St. Agnello of Naples, the sixth century St. Agnello, bishop of Ravenna, as well as St. Agnello of Pisa, companion of St. Francis. During the Middle Ages it was quite common for children to be named after saints in the hope of evoking the protection of the particular saint.
Early Origins of the Agnella family
Early History of the Agnella family
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Agnella Spelling Variations
spelling variations. The recorded spellings of Agnella include Agnelli, Agnello, Agnella, Agnellotti, Agnelli, D'Agnello, D'Agnelli, Agnellini, Agnelletti and many more.
Early Notables of the Agnella family (pre 1700)
England in 1224 by St. Francis where he was the founder...
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Migration of the Agnella family to the New World and Oceana
Early North American records indicate many people bearing the name Agnella were among those contributors: Cruciano Agnello, who arrived in New York on April. 24; 1893 aboard the "Iniziativa," Francesco Agnello, who arrived in New York in 1888 aboard the ".
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