Douglas Scotti of Sarmato

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Sarmato Countess Luigia Douglas Scotti 

 


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The territory of the City of Sarmato was derived from the aggregation of the Scottish feud, the fellowships of Veratto, Pontetidone and Agazzino, inhabited, then very populous.

The documented history dates back to 1216 when the militia of Piacenza and Milan gathered under its walls, waiting to make war on the pavement enemies and in 1270 the fortress, then defended by the Pallastrelli family, was attacked and seriously damaged by the militias of the Lord of Bardi , Count Ubertino Landi, one of the leaders of the imperial faction.

The Pallastrelli di Sarmato, whose story is related to the tradition of S.Rocco and S.Gottardo, had to sell in 1363 and moved to Portugal where they got honors and privileges and a descendant of Gottardo Felipa Perestrello (actually Pallastrelli) married l Explorer Cristoforo Colombo, discoverer of the Americas.

The fortress and the rich feud of Sarmato then passed to the rich merchant Bartolomeo Seccamelica, which was invested in 1376 by Galeazzo Visconti, then Lord of Milan. To defend the fort of Sarmato Seccamelica had to undergo in his manor a long siege of the Guelas faction Who captured him and imprisoned him. His wife and all his sons were killed except one female, Margherita.

Though married, despite belonging to a hostile family of imperial power, the noble Giacomo Scotti, nephew of Alberto Scotti "The Rich" Lord of Piacenza, bringing to this family the fief and lands of Sarmato. Scotti's rule, and in particular Count Alberto Scotti, was undermined in the first half of the 1900s at the Arcelli Fontana, Counts of Val Tidone, and by the Milan Counts Verme, and with Luigi Dal Verme held Castel San Giovanni .

Finally, from the second half of the 14th century, the fief returned to the ownership of the Scotti-Douglas accounts until 1819 when, with the death of the last heir - Countess Luigi Scotti-Douglas da Sarmato - passed for female inheritance to the accounts Zanardi Landi of Veano who still preserve it, and began a gradual recovery and enhancement path.

See also:
•  Douglas Scotti origins


 

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