occupational name for a person who was a toolmaker. The occupational surname Mazza is derived from the Italian word mazza, which is translated as a club, hammer, mace or staff of office. The name also exists as one of a number of compound names such as Mazzacane, Mazzagalli, Mazzapica, or Mazzamici.
Early Origins of the Mazzinghi family
Baron of Sellia. The Mazza family of Modena entered into the ranks of nobility in 1306.
Mazzinghi Spelling Variations
spelling variations. The recorded spellings of Mazzinghi include Mazza, Mazzetto, Mazzinghi, Mazzoleni, Mazzarelli, Mazzetti, Mazzino, Mazzini, Mazzola, Mazzoli, Mazzuoli, Mazzoletti, Mazzotta, Mazzotti, Mazzone, Mazzoni, Mazzali, Mazzanti and many more.
Early Notables of the Mazzinghi family (pre 1700)
Venice, and Massachusetts. Guido Mazzoni was a famous sculptor from Modena around 1450. He is also known as "Il Paganino," and...
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Migration of the Mazzinghi family to the New World and Oceana
A search of the immigration and passenger lists has shown a number of people bearing the name Mazzinghi: Baldo Mazzarelli, who arrived in Philadelphia in 1866, Concetta and Filomena Mazza, who arrived in New York in 1881 aboard the S.S. Vincenzo Florio from Palermo, Antonio Mazza and Donato Mazzeo, who both sailed on the Orsola, arriving in New York March 8, 1882, as well as Antonio Mazzaro, who was Naturalized in Ashtabula County, Ohio between the years 1875-1906..
Contemporary Notables of the name Mazzinghi (post 1700)
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