Il Villabianca ne’ suoi opuscoli ci presenta un Francesco Caldarone che acquistò la terra e stato di Baucina, investito 1760; un Giacomo maestro cappellano della Cattedrale di Palermo 1792, e deputato del regno in detto anno; un Salvatore secondo barone di Baucina investito 1771; e finalmente un Artale Caldarone giudice della R. Corte Pretoriana di Palermo 1768. Autori che parlano di questa famiglia: V. Palizzolo Gravina Barone di Ramione, nella sua opera ” Il Blasone in Sicilia ossia Raccolta Araldica”, stampato in Palermo nel 1871-75, ha offerto non poche notizie interessanti di questa famiglia, e delle gloriose tradizioni di quest’isola. Insieme al Minutoli, Invges, Mugnos e piu d’un instancabile Marchese di Villabianca, l’opera ha raccolto documenti, pergamene e testimonianze trasmesse da’ componenti della casata stessa che parlano de’ loro trascorsi, di virtù e gesta della propria schiatta.. Riguardo a questo cognome abbiamo ritrovato ulteriori informazioni storiche in altri archivi. Purtroppo in lingua originale Inglese. : The Last Name of CALDARONE was a locational name extrapolated from the old lands of the barony of Callander in Perthshire. It was also occupational ‘one who calanders cloth – to smooth and set a gloss upon linen’. Early records of the name mention Robert le Kalender, 1272, Scotland. Richard Callender was constable of Stirling Castle in the year 1282. George Kallender was burgess of Glasgow in 1631. The first people in Scotland to acquire stable last names were the nobles and great landowners, who called themselves, or were called by others, after the lands they possessed. Surnames originating in this way are known as territorial. Formerly lords of baronies and regalities and farmers were inclined to magnify their importance and to sign letters and documents with the names of their baronies and farms instead of their Christian names and last names. The abuse of this style of speech and writing was carried so far that an Act was passed in the Scots parliament in 1672 forbidding the practice and declaring that it was allowed only to noblemen and bishops to subscribe by their titles. The Normans had three kinds of names from different sources. First were names their Viking ancestors brought from Norway to France (8th Century). That’s why they were Normans (Northmen). Second were names they found in France.The Franks (French) had come from Franconia in Germany and had crossed the Rhine to occupy the Roman Province of Gaul (5th Century) and called it France. They mixed Latin and German to create French, translating old Germanic names into it, ignoring existing Latin and Celtic (pre-Roman) names.The Viking Normans who also ditched their own language (except for the names) adopted French names as well. The third kind of Norman names were religious. They became Christians and the most religious of them used Saints names. The Normans between 1066 and 1170 conquered England, southern Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Sicily and southern Italy.They were followed everywhere by other French families and some Bretons (the pre-Roman Celts left in north-west France). To this day their names are found in Royalty, Politics and Big Business in these states and in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States which their descendants colonised. The name is also spelt as Callander and Kallender…. Noble title: Baroni Coat of arms: D’argento, a due leoni affrontati coronati di rosso, tenenti con le branche anteriori una caldaia dello stess…
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