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Name
Zumbo - Italian last name, of Greek origin (its original meaning could be "big knot of a tree"), more widespread in
southern Italy. Probably of Calabrian origin, the name is rather common in Sicily mainly originating Zummo.
Italian: a nickname for a squat, fat, or stubborn person, from Calabrian zumbu ‘lump’, from Calabrian
Greek dzomba, tsoumba Greek–Calabrian_dialect Griko_people Calabria, from Medieval Greek
gombos, itself in turn from Venetian gobo ‘hunchbacked’. Dictionary of American Family Names,
Oxford University Press, Mar 2003
Gombo means Okra in italian http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/gombo

What I was told


Zummo an ancient family from Sicily and Spain.

Years

1450

corte straticoziale di Messina


Here is one page about that court. http://www.societamessinesedistoriapatria.it/archivio/62/salvo_62.pdf
http:/ / www. heraldrysinstitute. com/ cognomi_italiani. php?search=zummo& submit2=enviar&
cognomi_italiani=Zaba

Sicilian Nobility
Zumbo o Zummo.
Godette nobiltà in Messina, Palermo, Siracusa. Notiamo un Giaimo, che nel 1450 era maestro notaro della corte
straticoziale di Messina; un altro Giaimo, che, a 22 febbraio 1506, ottenne investitura del feudo Cava della Donna in
Siracusa; un Scipione, che tenne la carica di giurato in detta città nel 1519-20; carica tenuta in detta città da un
Vincenzo nell’anno 1547-48; da un Giovanni nel 1562-63; da un Francesco nel 1573-74; da un Gaspare nel
1599-1600. Notiamo infine un Francesco, che fu senatore in Palermo nell’anno 1642-43 e un Giuseppe, che tenne la
stessa carica in detta città nel 1670-71. Arma: d’azzurro, alla banda cucita di rosso, accompagnata da tre stelle d’oro
poste due in capo ed una in punta. [1] Translation :
Zumbo or Zummo.
Nobility enjoyed in Messina, Palermo and Siracusa.
• Giaimo Zummo, who in 1450 was a master of the court notary straticoziale of Messina.
• Giaimo Zummo, who, 22 February 1506, he obtained the investiture of the fief Cava Donna in Syracuse.
• Scipione (Scipio) Zummo, who held the office of the jury in that city (Syracuse) in 1519-20.
• Vincenzo Zummo held office in that city (Syracuse) by the year 1547-48 ;
• Giovanni (John) Zummo in 1562-63 (Syracuse),
• Francesco (Francis) Zummo in 1573-74 (Syracuse),
• Gaspare (Caspar) Zummo in 1599-1600 (Syracuse).
• Francesco (Francis) Zummo, who was a senator in Palermo in the year 1642-43
• Giuseppe (Joseph) Zummo, who held the same office in that city in 1670-71.
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Arms: azure, the band stitched in red, accompanied by three gold stars placed two in chief and a tip.

Source 2
Bartolomeo barone della Cava e nobile di Siracusa nel 1491; Vincenzo senatore nel 1545; fra Raimo
cavaliere del S.O.M. Gerosol. nel 1594; Giovanni
Bartolomeo della Cava and noble baron of Syracuse in 1491, Senator Vincent in 1545, among Knight
Raimo SOM Gerosol. in 1594, John
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Bartolomeo Zumbo in 1630


Bartolomeo Zumbo in 1630 (text in Ferrigno, 1930, 277). The founder also gave a guarantee, usually for
one year but occasionally for as many as four,
this text is on a non accessible site : http://www.jstor.org/pss/40310730

Bartolomeo Zumbo 1631


46 MISCELLANEA stessa chiesa una nuova campana del peso di un cantaro, alla quale venne posto il nome
di quarta campana (1).
Questi i lavori dei campanari di Tortorici. L'ordine propostomi mi porta ora a parlare de' lavori eseguiti dai
campanari paler- mitani.
Ai due fonditori Giuseppe del Bono e Desiderio Sciarrubba nel marzo del 1592 veniva commessa la ricolatura
di due campane, una delle quali per la chiesa del convento di S. Maria di Gesù e l'altra per la chiesa del
convento di S. Maria della Stella, sotto titolo di S. Domenico. Quest'ultima, intanto, chi sa per qual motivo non
fu più da loro eseguita, e per contratto del 16 maggio, detto anno, in net. Lorenzo Lombardo obbligossi a
rifonderla l'altro campanaro palermitano Nunzio del Bono , probabilmente fratello del prefato Giuseppe del
Bono (2).
A Bartolomeo Zumbo venne allogata nel 1631 per atto in no- tare Giacomo Adragna la costruzione d'una
campana di mezzo can- taro per la chiesa della Madonna del Soccorso, la quale campana es- ser dovea della
medesima forma di un' altra che - lo stesso artefice erasi obbligato a fare « virtude alterius contractus in actis
noi Ja- cinti Bucca. » Del not. Bucca , intanto , manca il volume degli atti dell'anno 1630-31, e però non ho
potuto rilevare a quale delle chiese di Alcamo fosse appartenuta quest'altra campana del Nostro (3).
Del di lui concittadino Francesco Moro si ha contezza di aver fonduto nel 1697: 1° due campane per il
Santuario di Maria SS.ma de' Miracoli (delle quali una del peso di quattro cantara e mezzo, e l'altra di rotoli
96); 2" una campana di rotoli 75 per l'oratorio della Congregazione de' Chierici, e 3° una campana di un
cantaro e ro- toli .'59 per la chiesa della Madonna del Soccorso (4).
E degli altri quattro campanari di Palermo, Paolo Greco, ('laudo D'Oca, Francesco Di Marco, e Cesare Medici
rilevasi dall'archi- vio di questa Madre Chiesa che ncH' anno 1747 fu ai primi tre al- logata dall'arciprete
Erasmo Cremona la rifusione del canipanonc di
46 MISCELLANE A itself a new church bell weighing one sang, to which was placed as the fourth bell (1).
These are the work of bell Tortorici. The order propostomi brings me now to speak of 'work done by the
bell-Paler Mitani.
The two founders of Giuseppe Bono and Desire in Sciarrubba March 1592 was committed ricolatura the two
bells, one of which the church of the convent of S. Mary of Jesus and the other for the church of the convent of
S. Maria della Stella, under title S. Domenico. The latter, meanwhile, who knows for what reason it was not
most of them performed, and agreement of 16 May that year, in net. Lorenzo Lombardo obbligossi to pay the
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other bell-ringer Bono Nunzio Palermo, probably the brother of the aforesaid Giuseppe Bono (2).
A Bartholomew Zumbo was allotted in 1631 to act in notare James Adragna the construction of a bell-half
cantaro for the church of Our Lady of Salvation, which es-bell ser was to the same form of an 'other one - the
same author eras forced to make "virtue alterius contractus actis us in Ja- girded Bucca. "In the not. Bucca,
meanwhile, lacks the volume of documents year 1630-31, and though I could not detect which of the churches
Alcamo had belonged to that other of our bell (3).
Of his countryman Francesco Moro has had acquaintance with founded in 1697: 1, two bells for the Sanctuary
of Mary SS.ma de 'Miracoli (including one weighing four and a half Cantara, and the other roll 96); 2 "Bell
rolls a 75 for the oratory of Congregation de 'Chierici, and 3 ° a bell and sang a ro- toli. '59 for the church of
the Madonna del Soccorso (4).
And the other four Bell-Ringer of Palermo, Paolo Greek, ('Laudo D'Oca, Marco Di Francesco, Cesare Doctors
rilevasi and arch- violence of this Mother Church nch 'year 1747 was the first three al- Logoed Erasmo
Cremona archpriest of the recasting of canipanonc
Second quote
Die v.o Januarij xiiij.e incl. 1631.
Mag.r Bartholomeus Zumbo campanarius felicis urbis Panhormi hic ad presens commorans mihi cognifus
corani nobis sponte se obligavit et obligat Vito Cortixiano Paulo Scannariato et Petro Lo Liali tribus ex
quatuor rettoribus ven. confraternitatis S.te Marie de Succursu huius ci- vitatis Alcami etiam mihi cognitis
presentibus et d.o nom.e prò ditta confrateruitate stipulantibus eis fundere facere et construere unam cam-
panam metalli cantarei dimidij ponderis bonani et boni soni resonanteni magistribiliter et secundum artem
vulgariter dittum da appendirsi ad un tripode fatta et completa che sarra et da sonarsi et essere a gusto et
talento delli populi di questa città d'Alcamo. Et hoc insignis et armis et alijs sculturis juxta formam alterius
similis campane fundende et fa- ciende per dittum de Zumbo virtute alterius contrattus in attis not. Ja- cinti
Bucca fatti die etc. ut asseritur ad quem sit relatio. Et hoc cum metallo campano rutto ditte confraternitatis
cantarei dimidij in circa. Quam campanam ruttam ditti rettores d.o nom.e traddere et consignare teneantur
prout se obligant d.o de Zumbo stipulanti hic Alcami per to- tum cra.stinum diem, et ultra ditti rettores d.o
nom.e se obligant consignare d.o de Zumbo stipulanti cantarea sex lignorum ad omnem eius requisi- tionem
etiam hic Alcami. In paco etc. Quam campanom novam funditam et fabricatam et finita ut supra, dittus de
Zumbo se obligavit traddere et consignare dittis rettoribus d.o nom.e stipulantibus etiam hic Alcami ad omnea
alioH attrattus et espensas necessaria» ipsius do Zumbo ad altius per totuui presetiiem mensem Januarij. In
\yAcv et de plano etc.
Alias cuntravcnions dittus de Zumbo in fabrìcatione et consignationo
MISCELLANEA 87
d.e campane bone ut supra teneatur et teneri voluit ad omnia et singnla danna interesse et expensas et dittam
simileni canipanam fieri facere al) aliis ad danna interesse et expensas ditti de Zumbu stipulantis et aii- dientis.
De quibus omnibus ditti rettores d.o noni. e protestati fuerunt et sunt contra dittum de Zumbo stipulantem
cujuscumquealius protestatio- nis et requisitionis necessitate exclusa, etc.
Pro magisterio, labore et expensis ac attrattibus predittis ponen- dis pi*r dittum de Zumbo ad rationem tt.
dnorum et gr. decem p. g. prò quolibet rotulo ditte campane nove lundite et costrutte et labri- cate ut supra prò
pondere quod consignabunt ditti rettores predittam campanam ruttam prout supra; ex pacto, etc. Quod quidem
magisterium ad rationem predittam Bernardinus De Marcanza gubernator et l'etrus Marcanza assistens ven.
congregationis sub titulo SS.me Trinitatis t'un- date in ecclesia ditte conlraternitatis S.te Maria de Succurso
etiam mihi cogniti coram nobis et ditti rettores d.o nom.e prò eorum rathis infra- scriptis dare et solvere
promittunt et obligant d.o de Zumbo stipulanti hic Alcami in pec.a num.a et pond.ta , scilicet : dittus De
Mareanza d.o nom.e et dittus Petrus etiam proprio suo nom.e se obligando insnlidum , renuntiando etc. uncias
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quatuor prò eorum rata videlicet une. duas sta- tim consignata ditta campana nova fabricanda et alias une. duas
in ul- timo JuliJ proxime venturi.
Et totum restans ad complimentum ditti niagisterij preditti rettores in ditto ultimo julij proxime venturi. In pace
etc.
Et ultra dittus de Zumbo vi presentis affidavit et alfldat dittos retto- res d.o nom.e stipulautes quod ditta
campana nova, ut supra consignanda, per annum unum proxime venturum vulgariter dittum non si rumpa ;
alias teneatur prout se obligat dittus de Zumbo dittam campanam iterum et de novo fundere cum eius mastria
tiuitum gratis et ad omiies alias expensas dittorum rettorum d.o nom.e stipulantium, ad eorum requisitio- nem;
ex pacto etc.
Processit ex pacto solenni stipulatione et jurameutu vallato et lirmato Inter dittos rettores ditto nomine ex una
et pi'edittos gubernatorem et assistentem ditte congregationis parte ex altera ad invicem stipulantes quod ex
qwo ditta congregatio solvet prout solvere promisit dittas une. 4 de magisterio et attrattu predittis ditte
campane , ideo dum d.a congre- gatio erit et permanebit in ditta ecclesia d.e dive Marie de Succursu im-
perpetuum uti possit d.a campana prò usu et servitio d.e congregationis et casu quo d.a congregatio discedet et
vulgariter dittum si parlerà da ditta ecclesia utique et in ditto casu detta campana nova remaneat lil)ei*a prò
ditta confratern itale S. Marie Succursus tantum, ex pacto ut s.a.
Que omnia ole.
On the day of January, the v.o xiiij.e incl. 1631.
Bartholomew Zumbo Mag.r the bell of the city of happy here from Panormus for the moment to me when
residing in the Corani cognifus has bound himself to us of their own accord and I avoid obliges Cortixiano
Scannariato and Peter, Paul Lo tribe out of Liali four rettoribus selling. S.te Mary of the brotherhood of Succor
of this CI- Alcami while avoiding the presence of even been known to me, and I give Attempt for Drowzee
confrateruitate stipulating them to pour forth to do and construct a one-CAM Pan is the metal, to be sung
dimidij bonani to weigh in with regard to sound and good resonanteni and according to the art of
magistribiliter Drowzee commonly give to the appendirsi addressed to a tripod and complete and give to the
Che Sarah sonarsi and to be, and from the taste of a talent of the gods of the people did not complain della citt
d'Alcamo. And this is his armor, and marked with sculturis other according to the form of some similar poured
out for the bells and fa- Drowzee are too dull by the power of any other of the Zumbo, Attis, in the contrattus
not. Ja- Cintas addressed to mouth like that on a day. as it is asserted, to whom it is a relation. And this, with
the Rutter, metal Campanian Drowzee in the brotherhood to be sung about the dimidij. Rutter, than the bell
Drowzee rettores I give and consign traddere Attempt as they are bound to oblige I give out of the Zumbo
stipulating here Alcami Through the whole- then cra.stinum day, and I give any more Drowzee rettores
Attempt bind themselves to consign I give out of the Zumbo stipulating the six of the trees could sing to all the
request of his- tion of so this man also Alcami. In the Paco, etc. Than the bell pour out a new and finite, and
fashioned as above, Drowzee Zumbo has bound himself out of the traddere Drowzee and consign Attempt
rettoribus I give this place also stipulating to the Alcami and all the alioH attrattus espensas necessary "of the
more deeply I give to the Zumbo presetiiem throughout the whole month of January. In the \ yAcv and out of
the plane, etc.
At another time cuntravcnions Drowzee in producing all of the Zumbo and an attested document
the bells were out of the good as above and the tender is bound to all things, and he wanted to singnla Danner
when incurring expenses and interest, and Drowzee simileni to be made to do canipanam et al) Danner other
things to the interest, and the expenses of out of the Drowzee Zumbu and stipulating Aiiia- parted. Concerning
all these Drowzee rettores d.o day of the ninth. protested that there have been and from the are contrary to the
Drowzee out of the profession of Zumbo stipulating cujuscumquealius- Request of an end, and the necessity of
the exclusion of, etc..
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For the teaching office, and toil and expense, and be placed attrattibus predittis- Pi * r the gods of the Zumbo
Drowzee to the nature of tt. for example, and dnorum. ten, p. g. Drowzee the roll for each of the bell, and new
lundite costrutte and put my lips to- chains as above for the weight that it consignabunt Drowzee rettores
predittam Rutter, a bell with a just as above said; accordance with the agreement, etc.. This teaching office is
to the nature of predittam Of the Marcanza Bernardino and governor and the Etruscans, under l' Marcanza
standing by the winds. SS.me under the title of the congregation of the Trinity-t'un give in the church of Mary
Drowzee conlraternitatis S.te even for me out of the Succor known before us and I give Drowzee rettores
Attempt on account of their below-outgrabe the writings of give and to pay I give they promise, and oblige out
of the Zumbo stipulating Alcami here and in the pec.a Num. pond.ta, namely: Of the Mareanza I give Drowzee
Attempt and Drowzee, "Even by its own Attempt insnlidum of incurring a debt that he, by renouncing the etc..
four ounces of ratifications to wit, on account of their une. two stand- Tim Drowzee fast sealed the bell and the
other the construction of new une. between the two ul- Timo of July, the next to come,.
And all of this to the compliment of the restans Drowzee niagisterij endowed with an rettores Drowzee in the
last of July, the next to come,. In peace, etc.
And no more out of the Zumbo Drowzee pledged faith by force of the present and the charge-alfldat Drowzee
Attempt stipulautes things to the bell that Drowzee a new, sealed as above, by the next coming for one year,
not even if in the vernacular Drowzee break the iron; insofar as it is bound to other obliges himself out of the
Zumbo Drowzee Drowzee again, the bell of the and out of the bottom with the new Mastrius his tiuitum
without cause, and to the other but any I give should bring back the expenses of Drowzee Attempt stipulating,
for their requisitio- an audience, etc. from an agreement.
He proceeded from an agreement the terms and the solemn and fortified with jurameutu lirmato Among the
rettores Drowzee Drowzee on the one and the name of the governor and pi'edittos Drowzee standing by on the
other part of the congregation to one another, stipulating that out of a company of qwo Drowzee to pay shall
pay as promised une Drowzee. 4 of the teaching and the bells of attrattu predittis Drowzee, so while it gathered
at give- will be a negation and He will remain in the dive Drowzee the church of Mary of Succor im- may use
it for ever, give the bell for the use and service from the community and give to the congregation of the case in
which in the vernacular will depart and if the parlerà give Drowzee Drowzee the church, and would in the case
detta Drowzee the bell to stay the new Lil) to him * a from the Drowzee confratern for an Italian, S. Mary of
Succor only, on condition that, from the s.a.
Ole And all these things.
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Source 3
II Minutolo ci da notizia di un Bartolomeo Zumbo barone della Cava nobile di Siracusa 1491.
Rammenta poscia Giaimo barone nel 1503; Vincenzo senatore 1545; fra' Raimo cavaliere
gerosolimitano 1594 morto in odore di santità; Giovanni capitano giustiziere, e giurato 1629. Arma:
d'azzurro, con una banda cucita di rosso, accompagnata da tré stelle d'oro poste due nel capo ed una
nella punta. Elmo e corona di barone.
II Minutolo us news of a Zumbo Bartolomeo della Cava noble baron of Syracuse 1491. Giaimo recalled
afterwards baron in 1503, Senator Vincent 1545; between 'Jerusalem 1594 Raimo rider died in the odor
of sanctity, Captain John executioner, sworn and 1629. Arms: azure, laced with a band of red,
accompanied by two or three gold stars placed in the head and a tip. Elmo and a crown of baron.
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Source 4
BECCHET
Questa antica Casata, detta indistintamente Becchet, Bicchet, Bicchetta o Bicchetto, trae origini dall’Inghilterra
dove godette nobiltà e si rese illustre per un santo martire Tommaso Becchet, arcivescovo di Canterbury
(1162)Thomas_Becket, teologo e uomo politico, cancelliere di Enrico II (1157). I suoi congiunti dovettero
esulare per l’ostilità che il re Enrico recava a quel santo. Trovarono riparo in Sciacca ove godettero gli onori
della civica nobiltà. Un Francesco, giudice della Real Gran Corte Criminale del Regno negli anni 1573-74-75,
con privilegio dato il 9 settembre 1574, reso esecutivo l’8 gennaio 1575, ottenne la concessione del titolo di
nobile col Don. Fu Francesco padre di Aurelio e questi di Arcadio Bicchett e Zumbo, il quale, per i suoi meriti
e per la nobiltà della sua famiglia, con privilegio dato a 22 luglio 1653, ottenne la concessione del titolo di
marchese di Camporeale.
This old House, that distinction Becchet, Bicchet, or Bicchetta Bicchetto, originated from England
where he enjoyed an illustrious nobility and became a martyr Saint Thomas Becchet, Archbishop of
Canterbury (1162)Thomas_Becket, theologian and politician, chancellor of Henry II (1157). His
relatives had to escape the hostility that King Henry went to the saint. They found shelter in Sciacca,
where they enjoyed the honors of the civic nobility. A Francis, Judge of the Criminal Court of the
United Grand Real in the years 1573-74-75, with the privilege given September 9, 1574, became final
on January 8, 1575, won the award with the noble title of Don. Francis was the father of Aurelius and
those of Arcadio Bicchett and Zumbo, who, for his merits and the nobility of his family, with the
privilege given to July 22, 1653, obtained the concession of the title of Marquis of Camporeale.
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Source 6
Arma giusta Mugnos : d' argento , con un'albero al naturale sradicato di oro. Elmo di nobile. — Tav.
LXXX. r Zombo — Il Minutolo ci dà notizia di un Bartolomeo Zumbo barone della Cava nobile di
Siracusa 1491. Rammenta poscia Giaimo barone nel 1503; Vin- cenzo senatore 1545; fra Raimo ca-
valiere gerosolimitano 1594 morto in odore di santità; Giovanni capitano giustiziere, e giurato 1629.
Mugnos right weapon: 's silver with a tree uprooted by natural gold. Elmo noble. - Table LXXX. r
Zombo - The Minutolo tells us of a Zumbo Baron Bartolomeo della Cava Noble of Syracuse 1491.
Recalls Giaimo afterwards baron in 1503, Vin- Senator Cenzo 1545; Raimo between ca- Valiere died in
Jerusalem 1594 odor of sanctity, Captain John executioner, sworn and 1629.
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CAMPOREALEi ARcadio Bicchet e Zumbo


Text that needs to be corrected :
CAMPOREALEi ARcadio Bicchet e Zumbo fu il primo M di queílo titolo per con ceífione del Samo Rè
Cario Secondo fotto li 29 Giogno 16З2 efecutoriata a 27 Ottobre di detto anuo in confiderazione non
meno délia nobiltà di fuá Famiglia U che de fuoi fervigj di guerra avendo egli fervito la MS col porto di
Maeílro di Campo del Terzo Siciliano 9 militando in Iípagna ne paefi di Tarracona Sorrt i natali da
Aurelio Bicchet e da Livia Zumbo jugali cíTendo figlio effo Aurelio di quel France со che fepolto
vedefi ncHa Chieía di San France feo fuori la porta del Bagno délia Città di Sciacca nclla Cappella di
Cafa Bicchet lotto avello di marmo aniraato dalla qui feguentc iícrizione Sexto idus Maji 1577 Sp
Dominus D Francifcus Bicchet eximius iuris confultus obiit cut Sac a mater flebile carmen dicavit Hi с
decor eß patriae Re ni cénjorque five rus Qrbis bonos túmulo gloria quanta jacet Ffchera rite queror fili
te vifcere no&ro Condere fi pofSem loria nofira fores ÎDalla Famiglia Bicchet pafsô queíto titolo in
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quella de Signori Jmpellizt zeri effendone flato primo acquittatore Antonio Impellizzeri che ne prefe Г
nveft a di primo Novembre I1682 Sposô coftui nelle prime fue nozzs Anna Rau e Maflrilli figlia di
Francefco M délia Ferla morta la quale fclteggiô le féconde con Antonia Porzio Qmndi venendo a morte
fece erede di effo Marchefaio Stefano Impellizzeri с Statella fuo nipote figlio di Giovanna Sta tella e
Rau se di Blafco Impellizzeri jugali che fior a tempi noftri adorno del Sacerdozio e divenne indi infigne
operario pel bene fpiritualt dell Anime Trovo indi Г inveftitura di quefto Stefano fotco li 4 Feb brajo 1
726 с trovo ancora d eifere flato venduto il prefeute titolo col verbo regio a Qiambattiela Gi mondi e
Teixbiera de Albornoz B di Portaferra ta O vi vente M di Camporeale che ne prefe Г inveftitura fotto li
15 Parte IL Ce ce Aprime Vcdafinobiltb di Cafa Bicchet preß Anfalone de fuá Fam digre T ul f 2 e vi ß
Antonio di detta Cafa cV ebbe il Vcfcomdo di Patt i nel 1677 féconda Pirri Sic facr not Pací f 701 с I
Collurafi Тит di Pal p f 106 t 11 titolo di Bar di Pertaferrata fu conceßo nel 1560.0 Pietro di AfH o
PARTE II LIBRO III s69
Text that needs to be corrected, auto translated into english:
Arcadio CAMPOREALEi Bicchet and Zumbo was the first title with M queílo ceífione of King Samo
Carlo According fotto li 29 Giogno 16З2 efecutoriata to October 27 of that anuo confide in no less
nobility of his Family Delia U de fuoi fervigj of war as he had MS buzzing with the port of the Third
Field Maeílro Siciliano 9 Iípagna military in its paefi of Tarraco Sorrt birth to Aurelio Bicchet and Livia
Zumbo Jugal cíTendo Aurelio of effo son that France со that fepolto vedefi NCHA Chieía out of San
Francesco Feo bathroom door of the city of Sciacca nclla Chapel Cafa Bicchet lot of marble tomb Anir
from here feguentc iícrizione Sexto idus Maji 1577 Dominus Sp D Francifcus Bicchet eximius confultus
obiit iuris mater to cut Sac weak carmen dicavit Hi с decor ESS patriae Re ni cénjorque five rus Qrbis
Bonos mound glory as jacet Ffchera rite queror wires you vifcere no & ro Season fi pofSem loria nofira
fores ÎDalla Family Bicchet PAFS queíto title in the de Signori Jmpellizt zeros effendone Flato first
acquittatore Anthony Impellizzeri who prefer Г nveft to the November 1 I1682 Bride coftui in the first
fue nozzs Anna Rau and M Francefco Maflrilli daughter Delia who died Ferla fclteggiô insemination
with Antonia Porzio Qmndi being made in death of effo inheritor Marchefaio Stefano Impellizzeri с
Statella FUO grandson John is the son of tella and Rau if Blafco Impellizzeri Jugal ours in that brave
time adorned the priesthood and became independent infigne Operario for the good of souls find
fpiritualt then Г inveftitura of thefe Stefano fotco them Brajo 4 February 1726 с I still prefere d eifere
Flato sold to regional title with the verb Qiambattiela Gi worlds and Teixbiera de Albornoz B
Portaferrisa ta vente O you who prefer Camporeale M Г inveftitura fotto them 15 Part of the CE there
Aprima Vcdafinobiltb Cafa Bicchet Press Anfalone de Fua Fam digrii ul f T 2 and ß Antonio that you
had the Cafa cV Vcfcomdo Patt in 1677 the fruitful Pirri Sic facr not Paci f 701 с I Collurafi Тит Pal pf
106 t 11 Bar Pertaferrata title was granted in 1560.0 Peter AFH or PART II BOOK III S69
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Mention of Franceso Biccheti


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Source 7
Mi è caro il comprendere in sì bel numero Giacomo Candido dottor di legge siracusano innalzato per
pietà, e per dottrina dal potitefìce Paolo V Pope_Paul_V al vescovado di Laccdogna nella Calabria (3).
Fa mestieri che ricordi bensì Vincenzo Amodei noverato fra preclari legisti dal P. abate don \ ilo Amico
nel Lessico (4)' toccar ancor bisogna Vincenzo Zummo, Cannarella, Giulio Cesare, ed Onorato Gaetani,
fratelli riguardcvoli del eh, abate don Costantino Gaetani nel dianzi citato suo comenta- rio alla vita del
papa Gelasio H. Di esso loro così e- sprimesi: Doctores celeberrimi^ et regH in regno Si^ ciliae
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consiUarii extitere. Di Onorato ho parlato an- ch'io in una lettera, non ancora impressa, intorno a' let-
terali della famiglia Gaetaoi da Siracusa, clic vale di appendice all'cleganli memorie del conte Cesare
Gaetani dettate dal duca Paolo Impellizzeri.
I am pleased to include in such a good number Giacomo Dr. Candido Syracuse raised to mercy of the
law, and doctrine from the bishopric of potitefìce Paul V Pope_Paul_V Laccdogna in Calabria (3). Do
you remember crafts but Vincenzo Amodei Noverato among the illustrious jurists P. Abbe Don \ ilo
Friend in Dictionary (4) 'it was still must Vincenzo Zummo, Cannone, Giulio Cesare, and Onorato
Gaetani, the brothers riguardcvoli eh, abbot Don Constantino Gaetani just now mentioned in his
commentaries- rio in the life of Pope Gelasius H. It and other so- sprimesi: Doctores et regH famous ^ ^
It is in the realm cilia consiUarii extitere. Onorato I mentioned an- I in a letter, not yet printed, around
'let- lateral Gaetaoi family from Syracuse, is to click Appendix all'cleganli memories of Count Cesare
Gaetani dictated by Duke Paul Impellizzeri.
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Arcadio Zummo
H ift i597 9S Franccfco Maria di Bologna Capit С 1 1 f 14 Cefare Lazzara Arcadio Zummo ed Agoßino
Lavaggi Giud Scbaßiano la Farina Giud dcllc Appell Jnd
H ift i597 9S Franccfco Maria di Bologna Capit С 1 1 f 14 Cefare Lazzara Arcadio Zummo ed Agoßino
Lavaggi Giud Scbaßiano la Farina Giud dcllc Appell Jnd
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Second mention
This text is badly transcribed by a computer and missing many letters, will have to rework it :

DON GIOVANNI Stordirono a questo auuiso i ritrosi Confoli le Maestranze e J refto dell inobbediente
plebe vedetidofi re cifo il foftegno delle loro feonfiderate pretenfioni Nul ladimeno viua ancor titeneano
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la fperanza che lnume rofo popólo di Napoli ch era ftato colro aH irnprouifo íarebbe ritornato à viua
forzaalla pnmiera libertà Ma S Em diede ordine che in fegno d allegrczza per cosi felice fucceflo fi
cantafie il Te Deum laudamus come fc gui не1 Duomo il Lunedi fera intern enendoui eflo Si gnor
Cardinale con moJta Nobiltà e Giurati Spararo no neU ifteflb tempo tutte l artigliarie de baftioni e del
Caftello e la Fanteria Spagnuóla pofta in ordinanza fe ce moltiffime falue e la notre poi viddefi vna gran
luminaria per la Città ordinata dalla géte árnica dello ftato pa eifico In tanto fciolíéro da quefto porto per
Napoli due pollacche có quattrocëto foldati Italiani fotto il comando di Don Arcadio Bicchetti per
guarnigione di quella Çittà Indi frà poco fopraggmnfero altri auuifi che non fojamente confermauano la
predetta vittoria ma chç SA come Plenipotentiario del Rè hauea conceduto al popol di Napoli moite
gracie prjíuilegi & efentio ni pubbJicategià pçr le ftampefotto il di n delcorrétc
DON GIOVANNI this stunning auuifo reluctant to console them the workers

and J reft of disobedience mob king vedetidofi Cifo the sluice of their
feonfiderate pretenfioni Nul ladimeno viua even titeneano fperanza
that the people of Naples lnum rofo ch was ftato colr aH irnprouifo
íarebbe returned à viua forzaalla pnmiera freedom Em D But he gave
orders that figns d allegrczza fucceflo fi Cantafio so happy for the Te
Deum as laudamus gui fc не1 Cathedral on Monday fera intern enendoui
eflo It Signor Cardinal Nobility and Jurors Spararo Mojto with no neu
ifteflb all time l artigliarie de baftioni and Caftello and Spanish
infantry in order pofta fe ce moltiffime falu and then notre viddefi
VNA great lights for the City of Arnica ordered by Gete ftato pa eifico
In both thefe fciolíéro from Naples port to two Pollacchi Có
quattrocëto folded Italian fuck the command of Don Arcadio Bicchetti
garrison of that city for India among other little fopraggmnfero auuifi
not fojamente confermauano the predicted victory but Chc
Plenipotentiario SA as the King of Naples haue give people Moita gracie
prjíuilegi & efentio ni pubbJicategià the ftampefotto the PCR n
delcorrétc

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Gaspare Zummo in 1599-1600 Syracuse


We have a talk of a mill next to the famous fountain of Aretusa in Syracuse.
Section 30, Fonte Arthusa :
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... costruire un molino. Nella Cancellaria el Commune si trova registrato nel 1558., che il nobile
Girolamo Minniti a 19 Maggio ottenne la rezl concessione, di costruir due molini dentro Aretusa.
Girolamo Minniti, e Diana Minniti vendettero a Giovanni Battista Bonanno il molino di Aretusa, e
questo venne gabellato a Vincenzo Nieli per atti 4 a ragion di once 37., e tari 6 l' anno, come per gli atti
di notar Giuseppe Scannavirio a 13 Aprile, e 18. Luglio 1575. .
... build a mill. In Cancellara el Commune is recorded in 1558., that the noble Girolamo Minniti Minniti
at May 19 rezl obtained the concession to build two mills in Arethusa. Girolamo Minniti and Diana
Minniti sold in Giovanni Battista Bonanno on molino di Arethusa, and this was passed off to Vincenzo
Nieli Reason for acts 4 to 37 ounces ., Tari and 6 l 'year, as attested to in the documents of Notary
Giuseppe Scannavirio to April 13 and 18. July 1575.
Don Pietro Bonanno barone di Casalgerardo assegno h dote nel 1619.
translation
Don Pietro Bonanno Baron Casalgerardo check the dowry in 1619.
a una A sua figlia, maritata con Don Gaspare Zummo, il molino di Arethusa come per gli atti della
Cancelleria Senatoria.
One by his daughter, married to Don Gaspar Zummo, the mill Arethusa as attested to in the documents
of Chancery of the Senators.

Giacorao Colonna e Bonanno duca di Montalbano, penso fervirsi delle


acque di Àretusa per la costruzion d' un molino; onde il Senato ebbe
ordine dal. Governo, d' informar Sull' esposto in vigor di lettere,
date in Palermo a 17 Agosto 1629. Finalmente Antonino Magliocco si
prontuo nel 1685. fabbricare a sue ipese nella suddetta fontana di
Aretusa un molino, come per consiglio a tale effetto tenuto. Nell' anno
1592. il Senato determinato avea, di costruirsi dentro la citta cento
centimoli. non ostante che nel 1576 concesso avesse di fabbricare il
Marchefe di' Sorttino i molini di Galerini. Nel 16 c2. si fece la volta
nella scesa del 4 detto fonte Artusa, e nell' ultimo giorno di
Novembe 1808.si termino di lastricarsi tutta la strada di Aretusa,
principiando dalla Chiesa del Monastero di Santa Lucia sino alla casa
del Singor Giurista Don Domenico Salvo.

Giacorao Bonanno Colonna and Duke of Montalbano, hum I think the waters of Arethusa in the
construction of 'a mill, whence was ordered by the Senate. Government 's informar Sull' vigor exhibited
in letters, dates to August 17, 1629 in Palermo. Finally, Anthony Magliocco is prontuo in 1685.
manufacture to its IPES in that fountain of Arethusa a mill, as counsel for that purpose and held. In 'year
1592. the Senate had determined to build into the city one hundred centimoli. notwithstanding that in
1576 had granted to manufacture the Marchefe of 'Sorttino the mills of Galerina. In 16 c2. there was the
time in the 4 fell Artusa source said, and in 'last day of Novembe 1808.si terms of paving the way for all
of Arethusa, starting from the Church of the Monastery of Saint Lucia up to the house of Lawyer
Singoria Don Domenico Salvo.
In syracuse, there is the Fonte Arethusa, Arethuse on the island of Ortygia, see also (Arethusa_(mythology)) . The
place mentioned is "molino di Arethuse" the mill of Arethuse. see also:
• http://anteassrcenacolopoetico.blogspot.com/2008/01/leggende-di-sicilia-aretusa.html
• http://tripwow.tripadvisor.com/slideshow-photo/
the-fountain-of-the-nymph-aretusa-by-travelpod-member-giulianat-san-giovanni-la-punta-italy.
html?sid=10992962&fid=tp-8
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• http://www.villadeipapiri.it/tempo_libero_eng.asp?sport=archeologia
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Giacorao Colonna e Bonanno du a di Monialhano pensó fervirsi deile acque di Àretusâ peí la coftruzion
d un molino onde il Senato ebbe ordine dal Governo d informar Süll1 espofto in vigor di letter date in
Paler nj oa 17 Agosto 1629 Finalmente Antonino
The name Giacorao Colonna is also attributed to Sciarra_Colonna, but he lived earlier.
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Giaimo ZuMBO
http://www.archive.org/stream/imanoscrittidel03boglgoog/imanoscrittidel03boglgoog_djvu.txt
ZuMBO (Giaimo). — Lettere spirituali della benedetta memoria del rev. sac. fra D. Giaimo Zumbo, ca-
valiero gierosolimitano, fundatore e rettore delle monache del monasterio di Santo Vito della città di Palermo.
— Copia ms. del sec. XVII o XVIII, in-4\ 3Qq B 54.
— Lettere spirituali, ec. — Altra raccolta ms. del se- colo XVII o XVIII, in-4'>. 3Qq B 55.
— Lettere spirituali, ec. — Terza raccolta ms. del se- colo XVII o XVIII, in-4.** 3Qq B 56.
È utile qui notare che un'edizione di Lettere spirituali di Giaimo e Niccolò Zumbo fratelli fu iniziata in
Palermo nel 1642, in-4.®, por cura del p. Glicerio dell'Annunziata, scolopio, che però non giunse a fornirla,
siccome nota il Narbone nella sua Bibliografia sicula (Pai. 1855, vo- vol. IV, pag. 55).
Zumbo (Giaimo). - Letters of Spiritual blessed memory of the rev. sac. between D. Giaimo Zumbo, ca-
Cavalier gierosolimitano, Founder and Rector of nuns of the monastery of St. Vito in the city Palermo. - Copy
ms. century. XVII or XVIII, in-4 \ B 3Qq 54.
- Spiritual Letters, ec. - Other deposits ms. of the self- Article XVII or XVIII, in-4 '>. 3Qq B 55.
- Spiritual Letters, ec. - Third Collection ms. of the self- Article XVII or XVIII, in B-4 .** 3Qq 56.
It is useful to note here that an edition of Letters of Spiritual Nicholas Giaimo and Zumbo brothers began in
Palermo in 1642, in-4. ®, por care p. Glicerio Annunciation, Piarist, but he only succeeded in providing it,
known as Narbone the Sicilian in his Bibliography (Pai. 1855, vo- vol. IV, p.. 55).

Dates and maybe related events

1642
Francesco_Maria_Carafa (died 1642) was an Italian nobleman, 5th Duke of Nocera,[1] a Knight of the Order of the
Golden Fleece and was viceroy of Aragon and Navarre and a military commander who commanded troops loyal to
King Philip IV of Spain.
Events in 1642 Gian_Giacomo_Teodoro_Trivulzio In 1642 he became Viceroy of Aragon, and Grandee of Spain.
see Lieutenants_of_the_Kingdom_of_Aragon
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unreliable sources
Sicilian family home
The antique, family Zummo, founded by Martinez, 1642 and 1641, the House and the offspring Zummo
• Aragonese, the succennato Martino D'aragona (Martin of Aragon) Martin_of_Aragon , which were in possession,
Martin, since 1597, de sicilia.
This was the time of the rule of Philip of spain over sicily.
Philip_III_of_Spain and Philip_IV_of_Spain
See also the :
King_of_Sicily
La past life Giaimo Del Zummo, and nicolo'gerosolimitani, continuous Don Bruno, the Statella, Maria de Sicily, in
1363, The Gaetano Giulio Zummo, along with the reluctant Don Bruno De Martinez, who kept the race, The
Aragonese.Antichissima
• House Zummo, bourgeois gentleman and Baronial island, Zummo feudal family, continued in 1641 by Martinez
and Fondas, Old and Zummo
• Family of Sicily, many belonging to the family's Antonio Knights XV century, Joseph Giaimo , Gaetano,
and Aragon de Alagon, this race, Conquerors and rulers from the beginning, since 1094, Zummo the
centuries XVI and XVII of Sicily, and enlarged in italia.LA Zummo family also called the third in
Tuscany Cosimo III and be present, by Gaetano Giulio Zummo, its Divine courts called by the Grand
Duke Toscaniy and then moved and protected by Cosimo III until parigi.Moltissimi are scattered in the
convents in Sicily San Vito and Santa.Maria Of Thanks, of which the Burghers Zummo who, left with
faith, the Convent to the cloistered nuns, making these humble Principles Feudatories the Founders, the
Distinguished Monasteri.Godettero to Messina / Palermo in Palermo / Siracusa / augusta / and also got
investiture Donna Della Cava, 22 February 1506, at Siracusa.
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ZUMMO
• also, the ancient branch of Statella, or Alagon of Aragon and Sicily 939-1793, ancient lineage, Zummo
• * * of the family honored. Family of St. Jerome, the Abbots, the Benedictines of 1040 and XIV,,, XIX. Founder
and oratory to Santa Maria delle Grazie Monastery in the year 1630 * * DAL, of Jerusalem, Giaimo Zummo,
Patrick ** * Antiquity ', and virtue', the island *. (Read more)
Biography
The antique, family Zummo, founded by Martinez, Don Lucio in 1642 and 1641, the House and the offspring
Zummo * Aragonese, the succennato Martin of Aragon, which were held by the Martin de Sicily since 1597, Life
Giaimo of Zummo, and Nicolo [14]
', Jerusalem, the continuous Statella of Don Bruno, Maria de sicilia 1363,, Gaetano Giulio Zummo, along with the
reluctant Don Bruno de Martinez, the race continues Aragonese The Ancient House of Lords Borhesi Zummo,
island, Zummo baronial family, and feudal lords, was founded and continued from 1641 by Martinez, Former
humble Zummo *** Family of Sicily, many belonging to the Knights family Alagon and Aragon, of this race, the
conquerors, and gentlemen, from the beginning since 1094, and Zummo of secoloXVI XVIII, Sicily, and extended in
Italia.La Family Zummo call from Cosimo III of Tuscany and the third to be present by Gaetano Giulio Zummo its
beautiful courts, called by the Grand Duke ToscaniY, and then moved and protected by the same Cosimo III, an
ancient Family, of which the ancient monasteries scattered in Sicily to San Vito, and 'Santa Maria Delle Grazie,
which Zummo, year left the convent to the cloistered nuns, making these humble Principles lords, the Founders,
Humble,
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the Zummo family XVI and XVII century


Originally from : http://www.facebook.com/pages/Zummo-famiglia/189768767703114?sk=info
Chi vuole ,iscriversi alla family Zummo . Birthday January 13, 2011 About famiglia Siciliana origine,
Description L'antica,family ZUMMO,fondata dai Martinez,1642 e 1641, la Casata ZUMMO*e la stirpe
Aragonese,al succennato Martino D'aragona,di cui erano in possesso ,i Martino,sin dal 1597,de
sicilia.La vita trascorsa Del Giaimo ZUMMO,ed nicolo'gerosolimitani,Al continuarsi del Don
Bruno,degli Statella,la Maria de sicilia ,nel 1363,Il Gaetano giulio Zummo,assieme ad Don Bruno De
Martinez La restia,che ne Continuava la Stirpe ,Aragonese.Antichissima La Casata ZUMMO* ,signori
Borghesi ed Baroniali nell'isola,ZUMMO family feudataria,Continuata e Fondasi nel 1641 dai
Martinez,Antica e la Family ZUMMO****della sicilia,Moltissimi Cavalieri appartenenti alla family Gli
Antonio XV secolo ,i giuseppe,Giaimo,gaetano, de Alagon e Aragon,di questa stirpe,Conquistatori ,ed
signori fin dalle origini,dal 1094 ,Zummo dei secoli XVI e XVII della sicilia,e allargata,anche in
italia.LA family ZUMMO chiamata anche dal COSIMO III terzo in toscana e essere presenti,tramite il
Gaetano Giulio ZUMMO ,alle sue Divine Corti chiamato dal Gran DuKE di Toscaniy e poi trasferirsi e
Protetta Dallo stesso Cosimo III fino ad parigi.Moltissimi sono:i Conventi sparsi in sicilia ad san Vito e
ad Santa.Maria Delle Grazie,di cui gli ZUMMO Borghesi che hanno,lasciato Con fede, IL Convento alle
Monache di Clausura,Facendo di questi umili Principi Feudatari i Fondatori ,Illustri dei
Monasteri.Godettero ad messina/Palermo nel palermitano/siracusa/augusta/ed ottennero anche
investitura la Cava Della Donna ,il 22 FEBBRAIO ,1506,presso Siracusa.ZUMMO*anche ,dell'antico
ramo degli statella ,e degli Aragona o Alagon di sicilia dal 939 al 1793 ,Antica casata ,dei Zummo * *
*onorata la famiglia,.Family,dei S.Girolami,degli Abati,dei Benedettini,del 1040 ed XIV
,,,XIX,,.Fondatore oratorio ed Monastero ad santa Maria delle grazie nell'anno *1630*DAL
,Gerosolimitano ,Giaimo ZUMMO ,Patrizio,***dell'antichita' ,ed virtu' ,dell'isola*. (read less)
Biography L'antica ,family ZUMMO ,fondata dai Martinez,Don lucio nel 1642 e 1641 ,la Casata
ZUMMO*e la stirpe Aragonese, al succennato Martino D'aragona,di cui erano in possesso i Martino,sin
dal 1597 de sicilia ,La vita di Giaimo Zummo,ed nicolo',gerosolimitani,al continuarsi del Don Bruno
degli statella,la maria de sicilia 1363,,IL Gaetano Giulio Zummo,assieme ad Don Bruno de Martinez La
restia,Continua la stirpe Aragonese Antichissima La Casata ZUMMO signori
Borhesi,nell'isola,ZUMMO family Baroniale,e Feudataria,Fondata ed continuata dal 1641 dai
Martinez,Antica umile Family ZUMMO ***della sicilia ,moltissimi Cavalieri appartenenti alla family
Alagon e Aragon ,di questa stirpe,Conquistatori,ed signori,fin dalle origini,dal 1094,Zummo del
secoloXVI e XVIII ,della sicilia,e allargata anche in Italia.La Family Zummo chiamata Da Cosimo III
terzo in Toscana ed essere presenti tramite al Gaetano Giulio ZUMMO alle sue bellissime Corti
,Chiamato dal Gran DuKe Di ToscaniY ,ed poi trasferirsi ed Protetta Dallo stesso Cosimo
III,antichissima Family,di cui Gli antichi Conventi sparsi in Sicilia ad San Vito,e' Santa Maria Delle
Grazie ,di cui Gli ZUMMO,,anno lasciato il Convento alle Monache Di Clausura,Facendo di questi
Umili Principi Feudatari,I Fondatori,Umili,

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The Feudari Zummo, originating in sicilia. Chi wants, subscribe to Family Zummo, Patrizi, and abbots, Feudari.
Description Ancient family Zummo *** Alagona and Aragon the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Sicily
Founders of this Humble Family, founded 1597, and Dominica and Ben Wanted by the gentlemen who compose it,
and were among them, and very ancient conquerors and lords and Family landowners, since 1094, it comprises the
following MARTINEZ, in this family in 1641 and 1642, founding the Martin of Aragon, Aragonese lineage
continues with Don Bruno De Martinez of Statella (Bruno De Martinez degli statella)
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, Maria de La Sicily (La Maria de sicilia), between il1363, and various successors and baronial mansions, bourgeois,
Of the Martinez Foundation, 1641, and continues The House and familiy Gaetano Giulio ZUMMO , named and
protected by the Grand Duke of Tuscany Cosimo III Of his great Corti, Protected Zummo The familiy until you
come to paris and enlarged family in Italy and Sicily Zummo *** Former Italiy family from Sicily, Zummo ***
Some manuscripts, the Jesuits at Syracuse, or the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie and San Vito, Founders
Giaimo Zummo and Nicolo ', Antonio A Knight, A lot of riders who make it up Like Joseph, Anthony, James, Gary,
Giaimo, Nicolo ', Zummo
• Continue the race, Aragonese to arrive today in Alagon, Zummo feudal lords, humble in Sicily ,, The
ancient, counties in Sicily, enjoyed / Messina / Palermo in Palermo / Siracusa / Augusta / obtained the
investiture La Cava for Women February 22, 1506 at Syracuse, Zummo The House honored and it was also
part of the Statellas in the year 939 to 1793, in Sicily, the honorable famiglia.family, s.Girolami Dei, of
Benedictine Abbots, 1040 and XIV, XIX.Fondatore oratory, and the Monastery Giaimo Zummo, of
Jerusalem, and PATRICK * in the year 1630 *, St Maria delle Grazie in Sicily
• Originally from : http://www.facebook.com/pages/ZUMMOistory/145822625470864?sk=info
i Feudari Zummo ,,originari della sicilia.Chi Vuole,Iscriversi Alla Family Zummo,Patrizi,ed
abati,Feudari. Description Antica,family ZUMMO ***Alagona e Aragona del XVI e XVII secolo,Di
sicilia Fondatori di questa Umile FamilY ,fondata 1597,ed Dominita ed Ben Voluta dai signori che La
Componevano, ed ne facevano parte,Antichissima Family ed Conquistatori e signori ed feudatari,Dal
1094 ,ne facevano parte i MARTINEZ ,in questa famiglia nell'anno 1641 e 1642 ,fondatori,i martino
D'aragona,Continua la stirpe Aragonese Con Don Bruno De Martinez degli statella,La Maria de
sicilia,tra il1363 ,ed i vari successori signorili ed Baroniali,BorGhesi,Fondazione del 1641 Dei Martinez
,ed Continua La Casata ZUMMO e familiy Gaetano Giulio ZUMMO, chiamato ed protetto dal Gran
Cosimo III gran duca di Toscana Delle sue Corti,Protetta La familiy ZUMMO fino ad arrivare ad parigi
ed Allargarsi , in italia familY ZUMMO***sicily e italiy Antica family origine Siciliana
Zummo***Alcuni manoscritti ,nei Gesuiti ad Siracusa ,o nei Conventi di santa Maria delle grazie ed san
Vito ,Fondatori Giaimo Zummo e Nicolo',Un Antonio Cavaliere,Moltissimi i cavalieri che la
Compongono Come i Giuseppe,Gli Antonio,Giacomo,i Gaetano,Giaimo,nicolo' ,ZUMMO*** Continua
la stirpe,Aragonese ad arrivare ai giorni nostri in Alagon ,Zummo signori Feudatari ,umili della
Sicilia,,,Le antichissime,contee nella sicilia ,Godettero /messina /palermo nel
palermitano,/Siracusa/Augusta/ottennero,l'investitura La Cava della Donna il 22 FEBBRAIO ,1506
Presso Siracusa,La Casata ZUMMO onorata ed ne faceva anche parte Gli statella presso l'anno 939 al
1793 ,in sicilia ,onoratissima la famiglia.family, Dei s.Girolami,degli Abati Benedettini,1040 ed XIV
,,XIX.Fondatore Dell'oratorio ,ed Monastero il Giaimo Zummo ,Gerosolimitano,ed
PATRIZIO*,nell'anno 1630*,di santa Maria delle Grazie in sicilia.

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Jacobus Zummus 1594


Giacomo ZUMMO born 1594, brother of Nicolao ZUMMO.
JACOBUS ZUMMUS, vulgo Giaimo Zummo, Syracufanus Eques Militaris Ord. Hierofolymitani, cui
afcriptus fuit anno 1594. Vir generis fplendore clarus fed vircute, immô fanftimonia: famâ longe clarior.
Panormi in Eccleiia D. Vito facra , una cum fratre Nicolao Zummo , Cœno- bium excitavit, quod
fanciimoniam redolet , cni nomen D.Maria: de Conceptions five
Translations :
JAMES ZUMMUS, and is generally Giaimo Zummo, a soldier, Knight Syracufanus Ord.
Hierofolymitani, to whom afcriptus was in the year 1594. A man of kind of famous for fplendore vircute
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have made, or rather fanftimonia: rumor would have far and nobler. Palermo in the Disciple: Eccleiia
Done without the intercession of, with one, with his brother Nicholas Zummo the supper of the
exchange-raised, that the scent of fanciimoniam, cni the name of the Mary D.: On the Conception of
Five
[15]

... Fri~ dericus Campifanus Eremita ad S. Miriam Magdale-, nam in poituj Jacobus Zummus, & ejus
frater Nif colaus , mor i bus íkncb'ífimis praediti , atque Panormi- tani S. Viti Monafterii fundatores;
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1594 - ZUMMO (Giacomo), volgarmcnlc Giaimo da Piracusa, fratcllo del precedente Nicolô. Nel 1594 fu riccvuto
ncl numero dei cavalicri dell'ordine gcrosolimilano. Visse di una santa vita, с fondo con suo fralcllo Nicolô il.
rnonastero di s. Vilo in Palermo come sopra dissi. Mori verso il (I). ZUONVICINI (Andrea) V. Auria ( Vinccnzo)
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Zumbo

Fra Gaetano Giulio Zummo o Zumbo


see also http://www.jstor.org/pss/874507
1656 - 1701 Zummo from syracuse left to france and to become a famous wax artist : it:Gaetano_Zumbo
fr:Gaetano_Zumbo
Fra Gaetano Giulio Zummo o Zumbo
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ebbero però molto merito


Camil- lo Rusconi milanese, e ì
suoi scolari Giù* seppe
Rusconi, Gio. Battista Maini,
An- gelo Rossi
genovese,eZumbo siciliano che
Teatrino con il Morbo Gallico, danneggiato
imparò l'arte senza maestro e
fece in cera opere meravigliose.
[24]

Towards the end of the 17th century a collaboration between Gaetano Giulio Zumbo, a Sicilian wax artist, and
the French surgeon Guillaume Desnoues
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resulted in the creation of the first


realistic anatomical mod- els made
from coloured wax, representing a
valid alterna- tive to dissected human
specimens. Wax gradually took its
place as a material capable of
allowing the creation of extremely
realistic (as to form and colour) and
long-lasting artefacts. Gaetano Giulio
Zumbo (or Zummo) was born in
Syracuse in 1656 (Cagnetta, 1988).
[25]

Anatomia di testa maschile, Firenze

The scarce evidence available

refers to the last 10 years of his life, following the official recognition of his art in Florence, when Cosimo III
de’ Med- ici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, took him into his service in 1691 (Giansiracusa, 1991). [26]
It is thought that due to his cultural and spiritual preparation (Zumbo was indeed an abbot) he initially
undertook works of a predominantly religious nature. Subsequently, he became fascinated by death and
disease, and turned towards darker subjects. He produced four highly realistic compositions known as
‘Theatres of Death’, which convey a general sense of decay and the precariousness of life:‘The Plague’
(probably inspired by paintings of the Neapolitan plague of 1656 by Mattia Preti, Luca Giordano and
others),‘The Triumph of Time’, ‘The Vanity of Human Glory’, and ‘The Syphilis’or ‘The French Plague’. In the
works produced by Zumbo, both his tableaux and anatomical heads (Fig. 1), the sense of the macabre is
invariably explicitly conveyed. His compositions clearly reveal Zumbo’s interest in death and disease.
[27]

In 1695, after a short stay in Bologna, Zumbo moved to Genova, where he met the French physician
Guillaume Desnoues (head of Surgery at the Hospital of Genova and professor of Anatomy and
Surgery). Desnoues provided dissections from which Zumbo created anatomical models of coloured
wax to be subsequently exhibited and sold. Following a famous argument in 1700 the two parted
company; Zumbo moved to Paris where, supported by the court of Louis XIV, he collaborated with
other dissectors in creating many more anatomical waxes until his death in 1701. Like the tableaux,
these waxes were realistic and accurate not only in their anatomical detail but also in their portrayal of
the early signs of decomposition. The accolade for having been the first to create such works in coloured
wax in such perfect detail, thereby affording a valid alternative to the dissection of cadavers, must
undoubtedly go to Zumbo: he took the art of wax modelling to exceptionally high levels, experimenting
and perfecting the composition of substances used for colouring as well as the various mixtures of wax
used by the artists of the period. Thanks to Zumbo, wax anatomical modelling evolved and expanded
from Italy and France to spread throughout Western Europe
[28]

Zumbo [Zummo], Gaetano (Giulio)


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(b Syracuse, 1656; d Paris, 22 Dec 1701). Italian sculptor, active also in France. He was born of a noble family
named Zummo (he changed the spelling to Zumbo in Paris) and educated for the church. Zumbo was a wax
sculptor and anatomical modeller and, like many late 16th- and 17th-century amateurs who practised the art of
wax modelling, was probably self-taught, although he may have learnt something of the technique in Sicily,
where wax imagery was popular. Before 1691 he went to Naples and visited Rome and other cities in Italy. He
was an enthusiastic collector of Old Master drawings and engravings. In Naples he may have invented a new
method of colouring wax for sculpture (see WAX, §II, 1(i)), which attracted sufficient notice for him to be
summoned to Florence in 1691 by Cosimo de’ Medici III, Grand Duke of Tuscany, who paid him a monthly
pension. As a sample of his skill he may have brought with him a scene with wax figures, the Plague
(Florence, Mus. Zool. La Specola), which has been shown to depend on paintings of the Neapolitan plague of
1656 by Mattia Preti and Micco Spadaro. Zumbo was in Florence from February 1691 at least until April
1694. For Cosimo he executed two wax groups, one now lost, the other the Vanity of Human Greatness
(Florence, Mus. Zool. La Specola). For Ferdinand de’ Medici, the Grand Prince, who had acquired the Plague,
he made the only other group that can safely be attributed to him, the Triumph of Time (Florence, Mus. Zool.
La Specola; see fig.). These works combine rigorous scientific observation of the various stages of
decomposition of the human body with an edifying iconography of the inevitable decay of human beauty and
power. The idealizing classicism of the late Baroque figure style and the dramatic pathos of expression and
pose, for which Zumbo drew on pictorial and sculptural models by Nicolas Poussin, Michelangelo and others,
become in this context an expressive device emphasizing the lesson of ultimate decay. Accessory details, such
as rats, snakes and dead dogs, are treated with grim realism. In the Triumph of Time a self-portrait in
miniature rests against a pilaster at the feet of Time with his scythe. The groups are essentially illusionistic
tableaux, and their backgrounds, symbolic inventions also figuring ruin and decay, combine painted and
modelled features, perhaps developing an already established tradition
[29]

Via Gaetano Zummo of Syracuse


there is a street named after Gaetano Zummo in syracuse. http:/ / www. openstreetmap. org/ browse/ way/ 44683076
http:/ / maps. google. com/ maps?hl=en& client=firefox-a& q=Zummo+ Syracuse+ sicily& ie=UTF8& hq=&
hnear=Via+Gaetano+Zummo,+1,+96100+Siracusa,+Sicilia,+Italy&t=h&z=16
See the italian article it:Siracusa and english Syracuse,_Sicily. Here is what seems to be an english translation of
some of the italian material http://www.villadeipapiri.it/tempo_libero_eng.asp?sport=archeologia.

To Read
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• http://www.archive.org/stream/bibliografiasic02narbgoog/bibliografiasic02narbgoog_djvu.txt
• http://www.archive.org/stream/bibliotecastori00unkngoog/bibliotecastori00unkngoog_djvu.txt
• http://www.iperteca.it/bdati_vedi.php?lista=235872
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• http://www.siracusa2000.com/index.php?set=132&dom_id=&dom_sld=siracusa2000&dom_tld=com&
no_tags=1&sito_gratis=&sito=&local_page=notizie
• http://www.bestofsicily.com/armory.htm
• http://www.facebook.com/pages/ZUMMOistory/145822625470864?sk=info
• http://ravanusa1.altervista.org/siti/frammentistoria/
• http://www.comune.canicatti.ag.it/flex/cm/pages/ServeBLOB.php/L/IT/IDPagina/471
• http://www.regione.sicilia.it/beniculturali/bibliotecacentrale/mango/indicemango.htm

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