The surname Mastrianni was first found in Italy. Mastrianni is mentioned in early documents all over Italy, as the surname Mastro, or Maestro, is only part of other Italian names. It was not until they emigrated, that families bearing names such as Mastr-antonio, Mastrogiovanni, and others, had their names shortened to Mastrianni. This was especially prevalent in North American immigration.
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Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Domenic Mastrogiovanni, 28; who arrived in New York in 1882; and Giuseppi Mastrodomenico, who came to New York in 1893.