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Picenardi (Family : Italy)


biographical statement

Picenardi family papers, 1443-1563

La Famiglia Picenardi ossia notizie storiche intorno alla medesima, 1815: p. 79 (Leonardo Picenardi m. Paola, daughter of Antonio Nuvoloni in 1424; three children, Elisabetta, Orsina, and Stefano; Leonard made magistrate of Mantua by Gian Francesco Gonzaga in 1442) p. 95 (Cleto was a doctor of law in Mantua) p. 101 (Cleto Picenardi married Giulia Sfondrati) p. 166 (Annibale joined the military)

Rivista arcaldica, 1903: p. 738 (Leonardo Picenardi, a patrician from Cremona, served as mayor of Mantua) p. 739 (Leonardo was believed by the Duke of Milan to be rebellious, and his holdings were confiscated in 1444; son Stefano (died 1516) had four sons, Leonardo, Alessandro, Annibale, and Cleto; Alessandro, a priest, left the Castle of San Lorenzo to his nephew, Sigismondo; Sigismondo died without children, leaving the estate to his mother, Giulia Sfondrati)

Pro loco Torre de' Picenardi website, via WWW, July 22, 2013 (Leonardo Picenardi; mayor of Mantua; d. 1465; Leonardo, son of Stefano, was a priest)

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Picenardi family papers

Identifier: Vault MSS 769
Scope and Contents

Contains deeds and other legal documents of the Picenardi family. Documents are handwritten on parchment, and deal primarily with family land holdings in northern Italy. Also includes some information on the Sfondrati family. Materials date from between 1443 and 1563.

Dates: 1443-1563