Generic list of people named Simonetti:
- Dom Bindo Simonetti (Lucca)
- Francesco Simonetti dei Quartigiani (Lucca) - Nobleman from the house of Simonetti and Quartigiani. (14th century)
- Ser Azzolino Simonetti (Lucca) - Nobleman and banker of the English crown. (14th century)
- Ser Guido Simonetti (Lucca) - He was Podestà of Modena in 1299.
- Dr. Francesco Simonetti (Castelnuovo di Garfagnana, Lucca) - Italian patriot jailed for 3 years in 1835, he was accused of being a member of Giovine Italia.
- Count Luigi Simonetti - Consul of Lucca to Russia from 1834 to 1836.
- Antonio Simonetti (Lucca)- Master goldsmith from the 18th century. He was known for his fine work using the baroque style.
- Bartolo Simonetti (Florence) - Patrician and chief of the Guelph party in Florence. He was executed by the Florentine people. (14th century)
- Raniero Simonetti - Podestà of San Gimignano and Pistoia (c. 1199-1200), was also council of Florence.
From Jesi, Osimo, Ancona and Bologna (same branch):
- Manetto Simonetti (Jesi) - Condotierro and medieval Podestà of Lucca.
- Ranieri Simonetti (Jesi) - Podestà and Captain of Bologna in 1381.
- Sciarra Simonetti (Jesi) - Podestà of Siena in 1381.
- Cardinal Raniero Simonetti (Governor of Rome, Noble of Cingoli)
- Captain-General Simonetto Simonetti (Jesi) - Commanded the Papal troops and died in battle.
- Princess Isotta Simonetti (Bologna) - Princess of Musone
- Prince D. Raniero Simonetti (Bologna) - Italian senator and Prince of Musone, he was an important figure in the Italian unification.
- Prince Annibale Simonetti (Ancona)
- Antonio Hercolani-Fava-Simonetti (Bologna) - Lieutenant Grand Master of the Order of Malta (1951–1955)
- Fra' Gherardo Hercolani Fava Simonetti (b. 1941, Bologna) - He is the current Grand Commander of the Order of Malta
- Count Lorenzo Simonetti
- Cardinal Lorenzo Simonetti
- Michelangelo Simonetti (1724–1781) - Papal architect, he designed numerous neoclassical buildings in Rome and the Vatican.
- Cardinal Giuseppe Simonetti (Rome)
- Marquis Filippo Simonetti (Sabina, Rome)
- Giacinta Simonetti (daughter of Marquis Simonetti, Rome. Mother of explorer Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza)
- Marquis Saverio Simonetti (Napoli, Secretary of State - Sicily)
- Claudio Simonetti, Italian musician born in Sao Paulo, son of Maestro Enrico Simonetti.
- Enrico Simonetti - Maestro. He was active in Brazil, United States and Italy.
- J. Aubrey Simonetti, Italian-American architect, writer, poet & artist, son of Dino John Simonetti (member of the masonic Order of DeMolay & Knights Templar)
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