The surname Guagliardo was first found in Sicily (Italian: Sicilia), the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and elsewhere in the south of Italy, though it is occasionally found further north. The Guagliardo spelling variation in particular is known to have originated in Sicily, while the variations of the name ending in the letter "i" are more likely from the north.
Important Dates for the Guagliardo family
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Guagliardo Spelling Variations
Spelling variations of this family name include: Gaglia, Gagliano, Gagliardi, Gagliardini, Gagliardone, Guagliardo, Gagliarducci and many more.
Early Notables of the Guagliardo family (pre 1700)
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Migration of the Guagliardo family
Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Filomeno Gaglio, aged 42, who came to New York in 1882.
Contemporary Notables of the name Guagliardo (post 1700)
Paolo Guagliardo, Italian database theorist at the University of Edinburgh
Paul Guagliardo, Italian physicist at the University of Western Australia
Filippo Guagliardo, Italian researcher at the Polytechnic University of Milan
Ugo Guagliardo, Italian actor, known for I Puritani, Opera seria in tre atti (2010)
Giovanni Guagliardo, Italian actor, known for Madama Butterfly (2012) and Giuseppe Verdi: La battaglia di Legnano, Tragedia lirica in four acts
Marcello Guagliardo (b. 1963), birth name of Marcello Giordani, an Italian operatic tenor, known for his work at the New York Metropolitan Opera, where he has sung in over 200 performances