||Re: Origin of Surname "SANDANO"
||Mino Sagani (guest, 188.8.131.52)
||June 19, 2007 at 7:05:49 AM
||Re: Origin of Surname "SANDANO" by Jim Young
I agree with Jim Young "Sandano" could come from a place name.
The real italian regional origin is not sure. According to Ellis Island Site some Sandano came from Amalfi, an old city near Salerno, more or less 100 kilometres south from Naples. But in Southern Italy this surname have disappeared. In Piedmont this surname doesn't exist neither.
You can find a branch of this family in POZZONOVO, near Padua (Padova).
A spaish variant could exist as well: a variant of Sandin or Sanda?
difficult to give an answer.
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