The Vecchioni family is originally from Pisa and constitutes a branch of the Counts of Piombino as evidenced by the noble coat of arms found and registered with the Heraldry of Florence. Over time, however, none of the family has boasted this title. The company was about 1000 hectares, producing cereals, oil, wine and fruit in the summer. He had a lot of cattle. The woods were divided into 12 plots and every year one was cut and the wood turned into coal. The livestock consisted of cattle, raised and sold for meat. There were large pig and sheep farms that came to bring a large income in meat from sausages and in wool, mattresses and fabrics.