Gemignani

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Gemignani is an Italian surname, which can be equally written as Geminiani, Gimignani or Giminiani; it belongs to an Italian noble family, whose origins are dated back to medieval Tuscany, and especially in the town of Lucca. Probably the name derived from the name of Saint Geminianus or the town of San Gimignano.

The family coat of arms figures a red Fleur-de-lis, above three mountains, on a silver background.

Notable family members[edit]

Paul Gemignani