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History - Stachini - Recorded as Stacca, Stacchetti, Stacchini and Stachini, this is one of the many Italian surnames for a horse or horseman. View my Stachini Blog and work sites ProWraps and Yacht Wraps.
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The Stachini Name

Recorded as Stacca, Stacchetti, Stacchini and Stachini, this is one of the many Italian surnames for a horse or horseman.
Italian surnames are traditionally the most difficult to research with accuracy. Although hereditary from at least medieval times,
they rarely became fixed in their spelling until the late 19th century, and often literally changed from generation to generation
as each successive wave of the family added or subtracted both suffix and prefix at will, with diminutives such as:
'-ini', '-etti', '-etto', '-illo', all of which have the same basic meaning, 'son of'.