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Iluminaci, Martynisci, Templariusze i masoneria - a polscy konspiratorzy od 1778 do 1918.


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Prometeizm a niepodleglosc Polski, 11 listopada 1918.

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Miezonka-Swolna-Moscow-St Petersburg and the family history of Paszkowski-Armand-Konstantynowicz.

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11 November 1918 - Independence of Poland.

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The history of Estonia: Rehbinder 1792 in Polli - 23 km south of Viljandi; Johan Laidoner 1884 in Raja close to Vardja 2 km from Viljandi in the south; Hans Pats / Päts 1819 in Holstre 10 km south east from Viljandi; Vilms, Jüri in Kabbal / Kabala, is 7 km north-west of Pilistvere, about 30 km north of Viljandi; Kőo Parish.

Genealogy of the Constantinovich family in Estonia at the beginning of the 20th century - and Latvia after. History and genealogy of the Constantinovich family with relatives in Estonia: Saue, Ohtu, Harku, Nomme, Saku, Uksnurme, Lehola, Tallinn and the Harjumaa district: Troubetzkoy, Sedykh from Kazan, Gernet from Estonia. The Baltic German families in Estonia: von Gernet, Rehbinder, Toll, Croy, Weiss.

Genealogy of the Constantinovich family 1534 - ca 1945 in Belarus, Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, Lithuania. Константинович - биография. History and genealogy of the Constantinovich family with relatives: Troubetzkoy, Radziwill, Piottuch-Kublicki, Sedykh from Kazan, Soltan, Oginski, Paszkowski and Kalinowski from Cracow, Zbieranowski, Zarako-Zarakowski, Malkiewicz, Armand in Moscow and Petersburg, Gernet from Estonia, Bakst, Demonet or De Monet, Dizeren, Azbelev, Holynski of 18th cent., Bagration-Gruzinski and Mukhrani from Sakartvelo-Georgia.  The Baltic German families in Estonia: von Gernet, Rehbinder, Toll, Croy, Weiss.

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Meshonka: here lived Antoni (the first son of Dominik derived from area of Krycau and verified noble descent in the Hrodna government 1861) and his son Stanislav Konstantynowicz (born c. 1855) with wife Anna nee Malkiewicz (Malkevicius of Tarnawa arms and others, mainly in districts of Panevezys and Siauliai) came from the Dryssa ujezd (= the Werchnedwinsk district; the place Asveja) in the Government of Vicebsk;  she was near related to the families Brzezinski / BĹľezinskis (Konstancja BĹľezinskis / Brzezinski), Ostrowski  (from Piotr Ostrowski de Kaki in 1697; 1760 by the Czerowacz lake in Livonia) and Filipowicz (Pilipavicius or  Pilipaitis with Pobog  and Prawdzic coat of arms verified the armorial bearings in Vilna 1821: Jozef, Mateusz, Michal, Antoni, Szymon, Izydor, Benedykt and  Joachim); family of my grandfather had Georgians next of kin. 


Explanation to Georgian genealogy:

Alexander, son of Bakar or Aleksandr Bakarovich Gruzinsky, born 1726 died 1791, was a Russian-born Georgian prince of the Mukhrani branch of the Bagrationi royal dynasty. Aleksandre was born ca 1724 / 1728, in Moscow. Alexander was married to Princess Daria Aleksandrovna nee Menshikov, d.1817.

Named
BAKAR was the son of Vakhtang VI King of Kartli, b. 15 Sept. 1675 - died on March 26, 1737.

Vakhtang VI married in Imereti, in 1696, a princess Rusudan (died in Moscow, on December 30, 1740). They had children:
Named above Prince Bakar (1699 / 1700 - 1750), ruler of Kartli;
Prince George (1712 - 1786), general of the Russian Empire;
Princess Tamar (1696) married, in 1712, Prince Teimuraz, the future king of Kakheti and Kartli;
Princess Anna (Anuka) (1698), married, in 1712, Prince Vakhushti Abashidze;
Princess Tuta (1699), married the Imeretian nobleman of the ducal family of Racha, Gedevan, Duke of the Lowlands.

Now on DADIANI:

Bezhan Dadiani [see below] died 1728, was Prince of Mingrelia from 1715 to 1728.
He acceded to power in a coup against his own father, Giorgi IV Dadiani, and came to dominate western Georgian politics by asserting tutelage over King Alexander V of Imereti until being murdered by Ottoman agents.

Bezhan was the second son of Giorgi IV Dadiani by his wife, Sevdia Mikeladze, whom Giorgi divorced, in 1701, to marry Tamar, daughter of the powerful prince Giorgi-Malakia Abashidze, sometime King of Imereti. In 1704, Giorgi made his eldest son, Katsia, prince of Mingrelia and installed Bezhan as lord of Lechkhumi.
Giorgi returned as prince of Mingrelia after Katsia's death in 1710, but his renewed authority was challenged by Bezhan, who enjoyed support of King George VII of Imereti.

Mamuka, 1719 - 1769, was a member of the Bagrationi dynasty of Imereti, a kingdom in western Georgia. He was installed as a rival king to his brother, Alexander V of Imereti from 1746 until being deposed in 1749.
Mamuka married in 1732 Darejan Dadiani, daughter of Bezhan Dadiani [see more above and also below], Prince of Mingrelia.

Now we back to
Mikolaj Swiatopelk Mirski, 1833 - 1898, m. 1st to Wiera Bagratyd / Pss Vera b. Tbilisi 1842.
He bought MIR in 1895 from the family of Dominik Radziwill and his daughter Stefania.
Mikolaj Swiatopelk-Mirski b. 1833, d. 1898, was the son of
JAN Siemionowicz Swiatopelk Mirski / Tomasz Teofil Jan MIRSKI, and Marcjanna Nostitz-Jackowska.
Husband of named Wiera and 2nd to Kleopatra (Kapitolina).

Above
Wiera Bagration Gruzinsky, m. Swiatopelk Mirska, b. 1842 in Tbilisi, Georgia; d. 1863;
the daughter of ELIZBAR / ILIA Grigorievich Bagration Gruzinsky and Anastasja.
Mentioned
Tomasz Teofil Jan Swiatopelk-Mirski 1788 - 1868, was the son of Franciszek Ksawery Mirski and Katarzyna.
Mentioned above
ELIZBAR / ILIA Grigorievich Bagration Gruzinsky b. 1790, d. 1854, was the son of Giorgi XII Bagrationi (King of Kartli and Kakheti) and Mariam.
Named above
Giorgi XII Bagrationi King of Kartli and Kakheti, b. 1746, d. 1800,
son of Erekle II, King of Georgia and Anna Abashidze.

Erekle II Bagrationi / Iraklij,
known as Herculius II, b. 1720 in Telavi, in Kakheti, Georgia; d. 1798;
was the son of Teimuraz II, King of Kakheti and Kartli.

Teimuraz II was the son of Erekle I, King of Kartli and Kakheti b. 1637, d. 1709 in Iran.

In 1674, Erekle I [see below], a grandson of the late king Teimuraz I of Kakheti [see below],
returned from exile in Russia to claim his succession. He was soon summoned to Iran by Shah Suleiman I. The shah would install Erekle as King of Kakheti and therefore attempted, though vainly, to seize the throne of Imereti.

Note to above Wiera BAGRATYD:

Wiera Bagratyd / Pss Vera b. Tbilisi in 1842, come from Iraklij 2nd Bagration / Erekle II, king of Kacheti / Heracles II Bagratouni, 1744 -62, king of united Georgia 1762-98
(EREKLE II / Iraklij 2nd Bagration was born Telavi on 7 Nov 1720 and died in Telavi 11 Jan 1798)
m. 1st in 1739 to Pss Kethevan Mkheidze (d. 1744),
m. 2nd in 1745 to Pss Ana Abashidze (1730 - Tbilisi on 6 Dec 1749) and
m. 3rd in 1750 Pss Darejan Dadiani (20 Jul 1734 - St. Petersburg 8 Nov 1808).

Named Darejan Dadiani (20 Jul 1734 - St. Petersburg 8 Nov 1808 or 1738 - 8 November 1807) / Darejan Dadiani-Mingrelia, was the daughter of
Otia Dadiani Hertog van Mingrelia / Katsia-Giorgi Dadiani, a younger son of
Bezhan Dadiani, Prince of Mingrelia in western Georgia [see above on BEZHAN].

Mentioned Bezhan Dadiani [see above] died 1728, of the House of Dadiani, was Prince of Mingrelia from 1715 to 1728. He acceded to power in a coup against his own father, Giorgi IV Dadiani, and came to dominate western Georgian politics by asserting tutelage over King Alexander V of Imereti until being murdered by Ottoman agents.

Above
Giorgi IV Dadiani died 1715, was Prince of Mingrelia from 1691 to 1704 and from 1710 to 1715.
Giorgi was a son of Katsia Chikovani, the lord of Lechkhumi by his wife Mzekhatun, daughter of Prince Levan III Dadiani.

See:
Konstantin Friedrich Peter Georgievich of Oldenburg (1812 - 1881).
Duke Konstantin Friedrich Peter Georgievich von Holstein-Gottorp of Oldenburg was the grandfather of Duke Peter Alexandrovich of Oldenburg as well as grandfather of Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich, General of the Imperial Russian Army during World War I.
Konstantin Friedrich Peter Oldenburg or Constantine Petrovich of Oldenburg began a flirtation with Agrippina; Agrippina's husband, Prince Tariel 'Daniel' Dadiani, was one of the officers under Duke Constantine's command;
Dadiani were a branch of the Bagrationi Dynasty;

Agrippina was Tariel Dadiani's second wife but Agrippina in 1882 divorced Dadiani. 1882, Constantine entered into a morganatic marriage with Agrippina Japaridze; by the early 1890s, they were doing business in Odessa and Alexandrovsk (Zaporozhe).
See the Armands and Konstantynowiczs in Moscow and Alexandrovsk.

Prince Tarieli Taia Aleksandri Dadiani, b. 1842, m. first to Princess Sopio Dadiani b. 1838 daughter of Prince Levanti Shervashidze of the Guria. On June 28, 1882, Agrippina divorced Dadiani.
His father: Prince Aleksandri Manuchari Dadiani.
And his grandfather:
Major-General H. E. Prince Nichola Giorgi Dadiani / Nikolai Georgievitch Dadianov / Bolshoi Niko, Lord of Kurdzu, b. 1764 - Duke of Mingrelia, fourth son of Katsia II Dadiani, Duke of Mingrelia, m. first a daughter of Prince Shervashidze; m. second to Ana Dadiani, daughter of Prince Kakhaberidze-Chijavadze; he d. after 1804, having six sons and three daughters. Above named the fourth son (he d. after 1804) of Katsia II Dadiani, Duke of Mingrelia, m. first a daughter of Prince Shervashidze; m. second to Ana Dadiani.

Above Katsia II Dadiani of monarchs of Mingrelia: 1758-1788 or 1744-1788;
was friend of David II (1756-1795), of the Bagrationi Dynasty, who was King of Imereti in the western Georgia. David II was the son of George IX of Imereti. With the support of Katsia II Dadiani, prince of Mingrelia, he seized the throne and proclaimed himself king on May 4, 1784. David's policy drew many leading aristocrats, including the Mingrelian prince Grigol Dadiani into opposition.

Princess Thamar b. 1790, d. 1818, second daughter of Prince Katsia II Dadiani, Duke of Dukes of Mingrelia, married before May 1808 to General Prince Giorgi Shirvashidze / Safar Ali Bey, Prince of Abkhazia, who signed a petition for protection from Russia in 1808, having four sons and six daughters.

Mentioned Major-General H. E. Prince Nichola Giorgi Dadiani / Nikolai Georgievitch Dadianov / Bolshoi Niko, Lord of Kurdzu, b. 1764, Ambassador to Russia 1805-1806, Major Gen. Russian Army, married first time to Princess Mariami Dadiani (d. 1802), daughter of Rustami Shervashidze, Duke in Guria, and married second to Princess Kethevan Dadiani, daughter of Prince Marshania.

His son Prince Besarioni Nichola Dadiani, b. 1810 [he was the brother of mentioned above Prince Aleksandri Manuchari Dadiani], had
a son Prince Niko Besarioni Dadiani, b. 1830, Chief of Police of Zugdidi in 1857;
and the grandson
Prince Aleksandri Kviti Niko Dadiani, b. 1864, m. Princess Nino Dadiani (b. 1868), younger daughter of Prince Tarieli Taia Dadiani, by his second wife, Princess Agrafina Countess von Zarnekau, daughter of Prince Konstantini Japaridze - he had two sons and four daughters.

Mentioned
Katsia II Dadiani died 1788, of the House of Dadiani, was Prince of Mingrelia from 1758 to 1788.

Katsia was a son of Otia Dadiani on whose death he succeeded as prince-regnant of Mingrelia in 1758. Otia Dadiani died 1757, of the House of Dadiani, was Prince of Mingrelia from 1728 until his death. Like his predecessors, Otia Dadiani was embroiled in a series of civil wars that plagued western Georgia.

Otia was the eldest son of Bezhan Dadiani, Prince of Mingrelia [see above on BEZHAN], by his wife Tamar Gelovani.

Above
Bezhan Dadiani died 1728, of the House of Dadiani, was Prince of Mingrelia from 1715 to 1728. He acceded to power in a coup against his own father, Giorgi IV Dadiani, and came to dominate western Georgian politics by asserting tutelage over King Alexander V of Imereti until being murdered by Ottoman agents.
Named
Giorgi IV Dadiani died 1715, was Prince of Mingrelia from 1691 to 1704 and from 1710 to 1715. And we back to SWIATOPELK MIRSKI !

Compare:

Mary / Marija Michailovna Katenin b. ? and died 1903; married 1868 or 1869 to His Highness Prince Nikolaoz / Nikolai Ilyich Gruzinski / Nikolai Ilyich Bagration Gruzinskij of Georgia b. 1844, d. 1916 -
his father Elizbar / Ilija Bagration-Gruzinskij who was b. 1790 and died 1854,
son of
Georgij XII Bagration - Kachietinskij who born 10 October 1746 and died 28 December 1800;
he come from named above
Iraklij 2nd Bagration [Erekle II, king of Kacheti 1744-62, king of united Georgia 1762-98], b. 1720 d. 1798 - see above on EREKLE II.

Note:

Vakhtang VI King of Kartli, b. 15 Sept. 1675 [see above on his son BAKAR],
the son of Prince Levan, he ruled as regent for his absent uncle, George XI, and his brother, Kaikhosro, from 1703 to 1712.

Named Levan known by his Muslim name Shah-Qoli Khan, born c. 1653 - d. 1709, was the fourth son of the king of Kartli Shahnawaz (Vakhtang V). He was a titular king of Kartli in 1709. In 1675, Levan was confirmed as a regent of Kartli during the absence of his reigning brother, George XI (Gurgin Khan).

Vakhtang V born Bakhuta Mukhranbatoni, in 1618, was the King of Kartli (eastern Georgia) from 1658 until his death, who ruled as a vassal for the Persian shah.

He was the son of Teimuraz I, Prince of Mukhrani [see above]. Vakhtang was the first Georgian ruler of the Mukhranian branch of the house of Bagrationi, and succeeded his cousin, David, as the Lord of Mukhrani (Mukhranbatoni) in 1629.

Named Teimuraz I b. 1572, of the House of Mukhrani, a branch of the royal Bagrationi dynasty of Kartli, and Prince (Mukhranbatoni) of Mukhrani from 1580 until his death.

Note:
Above Erekle I [see above], a grandson of the late king Teimuraz I of Kakheti, returned from exile in Russia to claim his succession. He was soon summoned to Iran by Shah Suleiman I as King of Kakheti.


I managed to investigate and decipher a system in 2013 after 26 years of my researches: this is a conspiracy inside the headquarters of military intelligence of the Tsarist Russia:
deep political espionage (anarchists, Lenin, Marxists) and strategic technological-scientific intelligence (Breguet + Duflon and Konstantynowicz Company, also Nobel and Armand families:
telegraph, radio, electricity, aircraft, engines, ignition magnetos, automatic pilots, helicopters, airships, submarines, lights, etc.).

Taken over in a certain period by British intelligence.

An influential leadership role in the formulation of foreign UK policy ca 1895 to ca 1921 played Alfred Milner, 1st Viscount Milner b. 1854, a British statesman.

Acc to Aydelotte:
"...in 1888 Rhodes made his third will ... to LORD ROTHSCHILD (his financier in mining enterprises), but ... for strategic reasons Lord Rothschild was subsequently removed from the forefront of the scheme. Professor Quigley reveals that Lord Rosebury, replaced his father-in-law Lord Rothschild, in Rhodes' next and last will. ... Quigley informs us that the central part of the 'secret society' was established by March, 1891, using Rhodes' money.

The organization was run for Rothschild by Lord Alfred Milner - the ROUND TABLE worked behind the scenes at the highest levels of British government, influencing foreign policy and England's involvement and conduct of WW I.
... Between 1894 and 1907 a number of international treaties were signed to have Russia, France, England and further nations unit against Germany in the case of war. It was the task of the COMMITTEE OF 300 to set the stage for the First World War. From the ROUND TABLE group emerged as a front the 'Royal institute for International Affairs' ... known as 'Chatham House' and had among its founding members Lord Albert Grey, Lord Arnold Toynbee ... of the MI6, H. G. Wells, Lord Alfred Milner - head of the Round Table, and H. J. Mackinder - inventor of the so-called geopolitics.
... sums of money from the international bankers, among others from ALFRED MILNER - by Jan Van Helsing - who later took over the secret Round Table, were poured into the Ochrana that already had infiltrated the Bolshevik movement. Agents steered many of its activities. The infiltration was so strong that in 1908 four of the five members of the Petersburg committee of the Bolshevik party were Ochrana agents".

Upon his return from South Africa, Viscount Milner occupied himself mainly with business interests in London, becoming chairman of the Rio Tinto Zinc mining company, a director of the Joint Stock Bank, in January 1917 Milner led the British delegation, with Henry Wilson, in Russia, to boost Russian morale and see what equipment they needed; he was an advocate of inter-allied cooperation, in St. Petersburg in February 1917. But Trotsky in his book 'My Life' tells of a British financier, who in 1907 gave him a large loan to be repaid after the overthrow of the Tsar. Arsene de Goulevitch, who witnessed the Bolshevik Revolution, has identified both the name of the financier and the amount of the loan: over 21 million rubles were spent by Lord Alfred Milner in financing the (October 1917 Revolution) Russian Revolution.
It was a big dream of Pilsudski and Poles to Tsarist Russia collapsed, and then in the revolutionary chaos appeared Lenin had passed into Russia by the Germans.

A documents made it clear, that this above mentioned funding was provided by Milner and channeled through Sir George Buchanan, who was the British Ambassador to Russia at the time, acc. to Goulevitch, p. 230.


In March 1832, Adam Mickiewicz stayed in Dresden, Saxony, where he wrote the third part of his poem 'Dziady'. July 1832 he arrived in Paris, accompanied by Ignacy Domeyko; in Paris, Mickiewicz published articles in 'Pielgrzym Polski', and wrote 'The Books of the Polish People and of the Polish Pilgrimage' - in the part: 'Pilgrim LITANY' we read:
"...The universal war for the freedom of peoples,
We ask you, Lord.
The weapons and national eagles,
We ask you, Lord...".

Tadeusz A. Kisielewski in "The Great War and Polish independence" ed. Rebis Publishing House, 2014, shows the First World War (the Great War 1914-1918) as a game of powers, which fight each other for dominance over Europe and domination in the colonies.

In 1832 the author of 'Pilgrim LITANY', Adam Mickiewicz, although romantic poet, but cool, wrote that an essential condition of Poland's independence is the conflict between the invaders, and it must be converted into a European-wide war.

In 1895, Pilsudski published an article titled "Russia", in which he formulated for the first time a basic condition for independence by Poland: to "slit the seams of ethnic Russia" and other non-Russian parts of the empire (to split the seams of ethnic Russia and other non-Russian parts).

On 28 June 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, and his wife, Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg, were shot dead in Sarajevo by Gavrilo Princip, one of a group of six assassins, Serbs and Bosniak, coordinated by Danilo Ilic, a Bosnian Serb and a member of the Black Hand secret society.
"...In May of 1914 Colonel Dmitrijevic, a secret way from his own government, introduced the idea of the assassination of Archduke. The Russian attache Colonel Artamonow, was not able to decide, and reached an agreement with friends from the General Staff in St. Petersburg, and after a few days passed acceptance: 'Works ... we will not leave you alone'. Today we know that these words were not empty. We do not know who made the decision. Whoever he was, he had to be close to the heads of the party pro war; it was leading by the uncle of the Tsar, Grand Duke Nicholas (Nikolai); and operate at the interface between the military and diplomacy, he soon began a covert operation to observe long-term Russian ambassador in Belgrade, Nikolai Hartwig. One thing is certain: the decision of St. Petersburg, and then ... shots of Princip started the chain of events that led to the global carnage...",
according to http://foxmulder2.blogspot.com/2014/06/najwieksze-sekrety-kryptonim.html by Hubert Kozieł.

The Russian attache Colonel Artamonow / Viktor Alekseevich Artamonov / Viktor Alekseievitch Artamonov / Виктор Алексеевич Артамонов, had a close relationship with Apis.

The network:

Montenegro - Potapov - Parvus - Berezyna - Konstantynowicz - Artuzow - Volpi - Venetia - electricity:

Prince Arseny Karageorgievich / Karadjordjevic b. 1859, d. 1938, was educated in Paris lycee and graduated from the 2nd Konstantinovskoye Military College in 1888; served until 1916 to the Russian military, Major General of the Russian Imperial Army, participated in the Russian- Japanese War and in the First World War; the pretender to the Serbian throne, who formerly served in the French Foreign Legion; the friend of Drzewiecki, Duflon, Breguet in St Petersburg (see: Potapov in Montenegro; the Azbelev / Azbelew family, and the Duflon and Konstantynowicz Company in Petersburg; Nagasaki and Bronislaw Pilsudski, Volpi; Neuchatel in Switzerland).
Arseny was the son of Serbian Prince Alexander Karadjordjevic and Princess Persia.

And at present back again to Montenegro and Serbia, Venetia and Turkey:

"...Parvus's status in Switzerland was secured by his longtime colleague, Adolph Muller, the German Ambassador in Berne, and a Munich publisher. According to authors James and Suzanne Pool ... he had done business with the Nazis since before the putsch. ... The money that Hitler used to purchase the newspaper came from a White Russian and former Okhrana associate, Vasili Biskupsky. ... At the close of World War I, Parvus wrote the following profile of the European situation:
'There exist two possibilities only: either the unification of western Europe, or Russia's domination. The whole game with the buffer states will end in their annexation by Russia, unless they are united with central Europe in an economic community, which would provide a counter-balance to Russia'.
Under any circumstances, Parvus argued that the era of the nation-state system had ended in Europe...".

Parvus also got into the tightly controlled arms business, probably under the patronage of Sir Basil Zaharoff of the Vickers Arms cartel, a prominent Anglo - Venetian enterprise. Once the Balkan Wars had started, leading directly into World War I, Parvus turned his attention back to Russia, laying plans to finance a revolution, to be led by Lenin and the Bolsheviks. Parvus set his scheme for revolution down in a March 9, 1915 memorandum to the German Foreign Ministry, vowing that the Bolsheviks would take power in Russia in 1916, and seeking financial support. ...
One of the key backers of the Parvus Plan at the German General Staff was Count Bogdan von Hutten-Czapski, the head of the Political Section and a longtime business associate of none other than Young Turks financier, the Venetian Synarchist Party operative Giuseppi Volpi, the future controller of Mussolini.
According to his own memoirs,
von Hutten-Czapski had seen the outbreak of the Russo-Japanese War as an opportunity 'to smash the Tsarist Empire', a view shared by Parvus.


A key excerpt from Piłsudski's 1904 memorandum declared:

Poland's strength and importance among the constituent parts of the Russian state embolden us to set ourselves the political goal of breaking up the Russian state into its main constituents and emancipating the countries that have been forcibly incorporated into that empire. We regard this not only as the fulfilment of our country's cultural strivings for independent existence, but also as a guarantee of that existence, since a Russia divested of her conquests will be sufficiently weakened that she will cease to be a formidable and dangerous neighbour.
The Promethean movement, according to Charaszkiewicz, took its genesis from a national renaissance that began in the late 19th century among many peoples of the Russian Empire. ... this was so in Poland, Ukraine, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Georgia and Azerbaijan. These socialist parties would take the lead in their respective peoples' independence movements. ... Ultimately the peoples of the Baltic Sea basin - Poland, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania - won and, until World War II, all kept their independence. The peoples of the Black and Caspian Sea basins - Ukraine, Don Cossacks, Kuban, Crimea, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Northern Caucasus - emancipated themselves politically in 1919-1921 but then lost their independence to Soviet Russia.
In 1917-21, according to Charaszkiewicz, as the nations of the Baltic, Black and Caspian Sea basins were freeing themselves from Russia's tutelage, Poland was the only country that worked actively together with those peoples.
... Immediately after the loss of independence by the peoples of the Black and Caspian Sea basins and the annexation of those lands in 1921 by Soviet Russia, Poland was the only country in Europe that gave material and moral support to the political aspirations of their Promethean (pro- independence) emigres.
... Throughout the years 1918-39, according to Charaszkiewicz, the Polish Promethean leadership consistently observed several principles. The purpose of the Promethean enterprise was to liberate from imperialist Russia, of whatever political stripe, the peoples of the Baltic, Black and Caspian Sea basins and to create a series of independent states as a common defensive front against Russian aggression. Each Promethean party respected the political sovereigny of the others.

The conspiracy in Russia created curtains and protected from the beginning by the modern counterintelligence of the Tsarist Russia created by Benkendorff and Dubbelt from Estonia and Latvia - thanks to this major role in this system can be played a German families from Estonia.

They anchored (Fabian Pilar von Pilchau of Parnu) in Lithuania / Belarus and joined with families from Belarus: Piłsudski, Dzierzynski, Konstantynowicz and so on. Thanks to this connections the German Empire took over from the top of all this political system according to some theorists, and by others - the British intelligence.
This statement is not true, or not true fully. The main ally of Britain during the First World War was Russia, and the Romanov dynasty with its last tsar. This is confirmed by the organization of the Allied mission to Russia in January 1917 and earlier such a mission to Romania. Too much in the military - political - intelligence structure is discussed below, is Irish and Scots. Ireland fought then about freedom, just like the Poles. Scotland also fight, like Estonia.

"...In January 1917 Milner led the British delegation, with Henry Wilson as chief military representative, and including a banker and two munitions experts - on the mission to Russia. There were 50 delegates in total including French, led by de Castelnau, and Italians. The object of the mission, stressed at the second Chantilly Conference in December 1916, was to keep the Russians holding down at least the forces now opposite them, to boost Russian morale and see what equipment they needed with a view to coordinating attacks...".

Today it is difficult to say who, what country, either a government, or an institution, maybe a NGO managed this complicated structure.

Those who have studied the roots of this complex structure, the most common commit certain substantive and methodological mistakes, runs the risk of retaliatory attacks and ridicule, and even fully social ostracism.

"...Lenin was preceded by a Swiss spy named Pierre Gilliard who was hired to tutor the Romanov children in French. Charles Sydney Gibbes was their English tutor.
The Revolution was planned in London and Geneva... Both men were MI6 operatives (this is an opinion of Scrivener) and they could be relied upon to maintain strict secrecy as to the final fate of the Romanovs...",
acc. to Patrick Scrivener.

This structure had a military - intelligence - political nature. This structure created for decades the leading politicians, and drove to the spectacular political internationally events. The mystery of the complicated machines - several octopuses - caused the birth of conspiracy theories, such theories and journalism as Archibald Henry Maule Ramsay b. 1894.

For a 100 years such theories indicate specified states, as well as some nations or particular politicians, as drivers of the intelligence structure - this situation lasts from 1916 to today, 2014.

The answer to the above question at the moment is gone.

In the history of Tsarist Russia, it is difficult to find a detail, because there is difficult to get to archives of a special services and political institutions.

These data obviously yet not suggest who or what was the driving force of the intelligence network and the military-political structures, which in details is discussed on this web site, and broadening data on the site designated as part two. Both of these parties were formed in the second half of 2014. So Carroll Quigley wrote in 1981:

"... in February 1891, three men were engaged in earnest conversation in London. From that conversation were to flow consequences of the greatest importance to the British Empire and to the world as a whole.
For these men were organizing a secret society that was, for more than fifty years, to be one of the most important forces in the formulation and execution of British imperial and foreign policy. ... The leader was Cecil Rhodes, fabulously wealthy empire-builder ... The second was William T. Stead, the most famous, and probably also the most sensational, journalist of the day. The third was Reginald Baliol Brett, later known as Lord Esher, friend and confidant of Queen Victoria, and later to be the most influential adviser of King Edward VII and King George V. ... the three drew up a plan of organization for their secret society and a list of original members. The plan of organization provided for an inner circle, to be known as The Society of the Elect, and an outer circle, to be known as The Association of Helpers. Within The Society of the Elect, the real power was to be exercised by the leader, and a 'Junta of Three'. The leader was to be Rhodes, and the junta was to be Stead, Brett, and Alfred Milner, 1st Viscount Milner.
In accordance with this decision, Alfred Milner, 1st Viscount Milner was added to the society by Stead ...
Rhodes had been planning for this event for more than seventeen years (around 1873).
Stead had been introduced to the plan on 4 April 1889, and Brett had been told of it on 3 February 1890. ... in modified form, it exists to this day. ...".


100 years earlier
Michal Kleofas Oginski with his parents in 1772 - 1773 was living in Viena; 1773 back with mother to Guzow again; 1785 memeber of Parliament in Warsaw; in March 1794 the Uprising began, which was led by Tadeusz Kosciuszko. Count Mikhail-Cleophas Oginski was in the front ranks of the rebels. Donated 188000 zlotys, was in command of 480 riflemen. He was elected to the National Council.
Twice attempted to enter the Minsk Governorate to raise Belarusians against Russian occupation; actions under him to Dyneburg / Dinaburg on August 12, 1794; also struggled against Prussian intervention.
When the Russians occupied Vilnius 1794, Michal Kleofas Oginski moved to Warsaw.
The Russians outlawed him and seized all his lands. In fall of 1794 he, along with Isabella, flees to Vienna and Venice in Italy, but she soon returned to Poland after learns that her husband has spent on the case "revolution" even her family jewels. Thereafter Michal Kleofas Oginski moved to Paris.
He swore allegiance to Tsar Alexander I of Russia in 1802 and settled in Zalesie village 1804, Ashmyany region, in present-day Belarus and later Helenow close to Otrebusy and Pruszkow.
1807 - Oginski met Napoleon in Italy,
in Venice; he told with Napoleon but next Oginski moved on Tuscany in 1808, where he was 12 years before; here in Florence General Menou was appointed governor, and Oginski was in the Pitti Palace; after the peace of Schoenbrunn, Oginski repaired to Paris, at the invitation of the Russian minister Prince Kurakin; Oginski was in Paris the seventh time; from Paris back to Wilno, and was entrusted with a memorial from the nobility of Lithuania, and he repaired to Petersburg in 1810 to Alexander who appointed of Oginski to be Senator of Russia and the Russian Emperor gave Oginski the rank of Privy Councilor. In 1810, the nobility of Vilna and Grodno provinces decided to send a representative to the Alexander I on economic and administrative affairs of the region, and this representative was elected Michal-Cleophas Oginski and supported by the Governor- General Mikhail Kutuzov. Then he rejoined his family at Paris; he again appeared at the Tuilleries in 1810, where Napoleon and Duroc again received him about the project re-establishment of the kingdom of Poland. In April 1811 Oginski back to Petersburg to Emperor with regard to Poland.
Michal Kleofas Oginski, not once (1810-1811) met the Russian Emperor Alexander I in St. Petersburg, Vilnius, Mogilev and Vitebsk, developed the latest project of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the Russian Empire, known as the Oginski Plan;
this Plan for the restoration of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the Russian Empire, to unite the eight provinces, in 1810-1812 offered to Alexander I, however, was rejected by the Emperor in May 1811;
in June 1812, Michal Kleofas / Michael Cleophas Oginski with troops stationed in St. Petersburg. After the war with Napoleon returned to Zalessie, where he remained until 1822, slowly moving away from political affairs;
in 1817 Oginski moved from St Petersburg to Vilna.
I wrote down in 1810 Oginski moved to St. Petersburg, Russia. There he met the Russian Emperor.
"...In 1814, the tsar decreed that the Retow / Rietavas manor be sold to M. K. Oginski for the sum of 277,600 silver rubles. In this way, Rietavas became a private manor of the Oginski family, and soon after that, their most important residence in Lithuania. Duke M. K. Oginski was a multifaceted personality: a prominent figure in the life of the state, the last treasurer of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, a composer, a man of letters ... (by Jeffrey Andrev Clarke, Liucija Balkevičiūtė).
After the Congress of Vienna in 1815, M. K. Oginski lost hope that the Lithuanian state would be restored, and he decided to emigrate. In 1822, he transferred ownership of his Rietavas property to his wife Maria nee Neri / Marija and to his children, and in 1823 he left for Italy. M. K. Oginski never returned to Lithuania".

"...After the Congress of Vienna in 1815, Ogiński considered the Polish puppet Kingdom of Poland, with the Tsar himself as King, a sell-out, and he lost faith not only in politics, but also in his marriage, which, like his first one, had gone sour. In 1823 he wrote his most famous Polonaise No 13 in A minor, known as Farewell to the Fatherland, and exiled himself to his beloved Florence...",
by Iwo Załuski, at http://www.oginskidynasty.com/Kleofas.aspx.
In 1815, his marriage came to divorce, said love life of his wife probably condemned his reputation and now Oginski as a senator of the Russian Empire, after the creation of the Congress Kingdom in 1815, left for Italy, settling in Florence again.
By Jerzy Jan Lerski, ‎Piotr WrĂłbel, ‎Richard J. Kozicki:
"Disappointed again, Oginski emigrated to Western Europe in 1815. ...".
In 1817 Oginski resigned as senator,
"...in 1822 he became seriously ill, he had drove to Florence (again) to cure itself. From this time Oginski gave away the music and composition ... In 1831 he gave his note book (collection of his notes) with more than 60 works for piano and some songs out".
But different sources wrote:
In 1823 (1815, 1822?) failing health forced him to move to Italy, where he spent the last 10 years of his life.
But in 1820, when finally disappointed policies of Alexander I, Oginski agreed to move to a second wife's home in Napoli / Naples.

A strongest organization in the region of Napoli / Naples was the Carbonari movement in 1820; they proclaimed a constitutional monarchy in Naples.
King Ferdinand I accepted vision of social revolution political changes. Vienna and the Holy Alliance directed intervention against the revolution in 1821. Reintroduced the absolute rule of Ferdinand I.
There are many theories about the creation of the Carbonari movement; creators were to be French Freemasons in opposition to the Masonic Swedish Rite or officers who came to Italy with Joseph Bonaparte and Murat to propagate fighting with the reign of Ferdinand IV; there is also a view that English created in Sicily the Carbonari movement, either Queen Maria Carolina of Austria or the Italian Illuminati at the end of the eighteenth century.
Giuseppe Garibaldi b. 1807 in Nice, politician, and fighter for the unification of Italy, was a Freemason, Grand Master of the lodge Grande Oriente d'Italia, but his grandfather and father were shipowners, owners and captains of small vessels in the northern and western Italy; he joined the revolutionary Carbonari. In February 1834 he took part in a failed uprising led by Mazzini in Piedmont, in Genoa. Giuseppe Mazzini b. 1805 in Genoa, a journalist, a fighter for freedom together with Garibaldi, also Mazzini was a Freemason; maintained close contacts with Albert Pike, also a Freemason.
We must back now to Napoli / Naples / Neapol:
Silvati, Joseph b. in Naples 1791, lieutenant of the Bourbon cavalry, former officer of Murat, affiliated with the Carbonari, together with M. Morelli stationed in Nola (1-2 July 1820), and started the riots of 1820-21;
after the revolution failed he fled to Ancona; arrested by the papal authorities and handed over to the Bourbon government, was sentenced to death and executed.

In Naples, the conspiracy, which was not intended to overthrow King Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies but only to ask a constitution, was growing rapidly and involved senior officers. In March 1820 the message from Spain across quickly in the Kingdom of Naples to strengthen the Carbonari and Masonic movements.

Too much in the military - political - intelligence structure is discussed below, is Irish and Scots. It used French families located in Switzerland, Ceylon, France, Russia. Scottish and Irish families combined to Naples and Marseille, Ceylon, Odessa and Japan; Russians, English and Pilsudski entered by Japan to Ceylon; parallel from Odessa the Zionist movement came out founding a base of the state of Israel. Odessa has paired their to Berezino, Ireland - Japan - Ceylon [Philby !].

And the whole system took over the movement of Germans from Estonia, and underground combat movement of Pilsudski, combining the objectives of the independence of these two states: Poland / Lithuania / Belarus + Estonia / Latvia, and as I wrote above Israel. Then they created a counterintelligence and intelligence of new Bolshevik Russia and the USSR. It already was a masterpiece, but totally wrecked by Stalin in 1937 - have to say that in this case, Stalin was a genius.

At the end part of that intelligence system of Soviet Union took over the colony by building its so-called People's Polish Republic and the Ministry of Defence, through affinitized of the Konstantynowiczs: the Jaroszewicz, Spychalski, Zarako Zarakowski families and friendly Swierczewski family. Interesting in all of this is the use of Frenchmen to the creation of this system, most moved on the Konstantynowiczs - not so completely.
This is the connection:
Waclaw Sieroszewski a colleague of Azbelev, who was in Nagasaki - his brother is a director of the company Duflon and Konstantynowicz; so, the Nobel family with Sydney Reilly, an Irishman and a Jew from Odessa - this is the same family of Nobel, where the brother of above-mentioned was the head of the board of the Duflon and Konstantynowicz Company - this is short way to the Swedish Enigma! Waclaw Sieroszewski of course was mate to a brother of Jozef Pilsudski - Bronislaw, which of course anchored in Nagasaki, and then here sailed Reilly.
One very interesting figure - erased from history: Nikolay Russel / N. K. Sudzilovskiy / Sudzilowski from the Mscislaw district.


At the beginning of 2014, the first on the world I am showing very interesting network! Lenin and Inessa Armand, Konstantynowicz, Breguet, Duflon, nobility from Scotland, Italy, Ireland, France, Switzerland, the German noble families in Estonia.

This military - political intelligence network has a different appearance depending on, which side you watch from. It's like the external universe, which expands. It has a chaotic structure, but only to the viewers. For top executives of the network, it is extremely bright and clear.

It works like clockwork.

Time passes, and this network is expanding, as the universe, at that time some stars turning pale, faded and disappeared.
Maciej Pietraszczyk on 19 January 2015 wrote down: "A feature of the network operation is the lack of central leadership but actions are run in a fixed overall direction; they are not necessarily coordinated. This causes the highest effectiveness and practically physical impossibility of liquidation".

The underground structure has clearly defined objectives at the beginning of the 20th century:
1. call up the chaos in Europe (see below on Major Edmund Charaszkiewicz and Gavrilo Princip);
2. to bring the continental war (Bogdan Hutten-Czapski);
3. overthrow of the Romanovs in Russia (Hanecki, Radek, Parvus, Armand, Konstantynowicz);
4. lead to anarchy in Russia (Lenin, Dzierzynski, Artuzow Frutchi, Pilar Pilchau);
5. starting the war between the invaders, who take away the Polish independence (Pilsudski);
6. pulling the western countries into the war, and in due time also America (Koziell Poklewski, Ricord, Anjou).

Overarching objectives are:
1. Polish independence (Jodko Narkiewicz, Pilsudski, Sudzilowski, Krzyzanowski, Konstantynowicz),
2. The independence of the Baltic States (Pilar Pilchau of Parnu);
3. The creation of a Jewish state in Palestine (Zionist movement of Odessa).

Tools to achieve these goals are:
1. The money from the Scottish (Perth), Jewish and American banks; revenue from the Mediterranean trade - Marseille, Greece, Naples, Crimea; and plantations in Ceylon and from the Asian trade - Ceylon, India, Japan (Nagasaki);
2. the use of secret non-goverment organisations (NGOs) in Europe and America (masonry);
3. The creation of favorable underground structures inside the intelligence networks of Western Europe and American countries (MI5 in 1909).

For the first time in the world in November 2015, more than 50 years after the death of Kennedy, I present connections between structures in Europe that I was researching, and the most important figures of American history, Thomas Jefferson b. 1743, and John Fitzgerald Kennedy born 1917, that is a group of German noble clans from Estonia and Polish families from the province of Minsk in Belarus, which led to the disintegration of Russia in 1917 and among other things, to independence of the Baltic states and Poland in 1918.

Kennedy said:

"...For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence - on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice, on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day.
It is a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations. Its preparations are concealed, not published. Its mistakes are buried, not headlined. Its dissenters are silenced, not praised. No expenditure is questioned, no rumor is printed, no secret is revealed. ...".


Note on the German noble clans from Estonia and Ferdinand de Mohrenschildt who was born on Aug. 14, 1885.

DE MOHRENSCHILDT, Ferdinand, was the son of Ferdinand de Mohrenschildt of Revel [see below !], Russia, and husband of Nona McAdoo de Mohrenschildt.
In 1953 future Warren Commissioner Allen Dulles was working with the father-in-law of George de Mohrenschildt in the Guatemala Coup. Three days after Allen Dulles took over as CIA Director in February of 1953 he was writing to Dimitri Mohrenschildt - the brother of Lee Harvey Oswald's pal, George de Mohrenschildt.
Russian diplomat in the US, mentioned above Ferdinand Nikolai Alexander von Mohrenschildt, b. 1885 in Haiba, Kernu Parish, Harju County, Estonia, d. March 4, 1919 in New York.

Note:
And we back now again to De Mohrenschildt who was born Jerzy Sergius von Mohrenschildt in MOZYRZ / Mozyr (see Bulhak family and Ipohorski) in Belarus, in 1911. He had an older brother, Dimitri / Dymitr. His father was Sergey Alexandrovich von Mohrenschildt; his mother, Alexandra / Aleksandra Zopalsky / ALEKSANDRA ZAPOLSKA, of Polish descent.
Sergey von Mohrenschildt was a Marshal of Nobility of the Minsk Province 1913 - 1917 (see Karol Hutten - Czapski and Duflon & Konstantynowicz in Minsk), and an Actual Civil Councilor; 1920, Sergy von Mohrenschildt was arrested by the Bolsheviks; while awaiting transport to Veliky Ustyug, Sergey became ill. The Soviet government released Sergey, his wife and De Mohrenschildt then fled to Poland; De Mohrenschildt's older brother Dimitri was awaiting execution but was later released in a prisoner exchange in Poland; Alexandra died ca 1922 in Poland. De Mohrenschildt lived in Wilno (here the Konstantynowiczs), Jerzy was graduated from the Wilno gymnasium in 1929 and later graduated from Polish Cavalry Academy in 1931. Then he completed a dissertation on the economic influence of the U.S. on Latin America; in Liege in Belgium in 1938. Jerzy von Mohrenschildt / George de Mohrenschildt moved to the United States in 1938; changed his surname to de Mohrenschildt; he was working for German intelligence?
He was hired by the Shumaker company in New York City, which also employed Pierre Fraiss - the French intelligence spy. He lived together with his older brother Dimitri von Mohrenschildt on Long Island, New York - Dimitri was the founder of the CIA's Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty;
Dimitri died in 2002.

GEORGE De Mohrenschildt became acquainted with the Bouvier family, including young Jacqueline Bouvier, future wife of John F. Kennedy, and he became a friend of Jacqueline's aunt Edith Bouvier Beale.

In 1976, George De Mohrenschildt had written a letter to the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, George H. W. Bush, asking for his assistance. He was acquainted with the Bush family; George H. W. Bush had roomed with De Mohrenschildt's nephew, Edward G. Hooker, at Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts.
His father was a marshal of nobility in Minsk Province, and he served as director of the Nobel interests in Russia;
the father and uncle, ran the Branobel Oil Company in Baku (see Duflon and Konstantynowicz in Petersburg). In 1918 De Mohrenschildt lived in Minsk (from Baku ?). In 1944 George De Mohrenschildt told the FBI that Sergius Von Mohrenschildt was a Vice President of the Nobel Oil Company in Russia with holdings in Poland and Russia prior to and during World War I;
his father continued in the oil business until the confiscation of these holdings in 1918 / 1920.

Back to named above Sergey Alexandrovich MOHRENSCHILDT:

Sergey von Mohrenschildt was a Marshal of Nobility of the Minsk Province 1913 - 1917 (see Karol Hutten - Czapski and Duflon & Konstantynowicz in Minsk),
and an Actual Civil Councilor; 1920, Sergy von Mohrenschildt was arrested by the Bolsheviks; while awaiting transport to Veliky Ustyug, Sergey became ill. The Soviet government released Sergey, his wife and De Mohrenschildt then fled to Poland.

It's amazing that the October Revolution in 1917, which swept the Russian Empire, allowing the reconstruction of Poland, broke out just on the anniversary of the death of Tadeusz Kosciuszko, exactly the 100th anniversary of his death, and around Lenin appeared figures of the Polish nobility, which adopted a sense of the Kosciuszko Polish patriotism.
"Instead, after the fall of Napoleon's empire in 1815 he met with Russia's Tsar Alexander I in Braunau. In return for his prospective services, Kosciuszko demanded social reforms and territorial gains for Poland, which he wished to reach as far as the Dvina and Dnieper Rivers in the east".


On October 15, 1817 Tadeusz Kosciuszko / Thaddeus Kosciusko died. But a underground movement led by Jozef Pilsudski had in that case great deals to take in hands, behind the scenes, all revolutionary Lenin movement of the Bolsheviks, between about 1909 - 1917, and even longer to 1920, when Inessa Armand perhaps was poisoned, and even to the year 1921, when it was still marked a influences of Bruevich brothers of noble Boncza arms.
Inessa Armand controlled all Bolshevik work as a lover and the secretary of Lenin and she has influence on the directions of philosophical - political considerations, which diverged from reality, and their possible introduction in the life would be - if not as an experiment - even doom for the Russian Empire.

The purpose of Jozef Pilsudski was not only gathering information about enemy - Russia, and not only the smuggling of weapons for his organization (Petersburg - Miezonka - Lodz - Cracow), but primarily for Pilsudski was the goal to Lenin seized power and overthrew the Tsarist authorities. This was to allow the recovery of independence by Poland.

Stalin was here the enemy, because he wanted to rebuild the Russian empire, just as the Soviet Russia - a communist state.

Lenin wanted a European communism, the total fiction and the absurd. Pilsudski had to put Lenin at the head of the new Russia, and at least Pilsudski conducive to this Lenin's communist movement did not collapsed. Wrangel, Denikin, Kolchak were number one enemies.

Jozef Piłsudski, Walery Sławek, Witold Jodko-Narkiewicz were 'collaborators' of military intelligence service of Austria - Hungary, with nickname "Stefan" since 1908; co-operated Aleksander Prystor, Gen. Bolesław Roja, Jozef Beck, Gen. Edward Rydz-Śmigły, and Gen. Kordian Zamorski.
Pilsudski in 1904 collaborated with Japan intelligence; Captain Joseph Rybak took care on Pilsudski, placing a group of agents in paramilitary organizations in Galicia, described as "The Informer R". Jozef Pilsudski was dismissed from the Austrian army in September 1916. Brigadier General Wlodzimierz Zagorski was born in 1882 in France. He grew up with his brother in Germany. In 1900 joined the Austrian army. Eleven years later, he began to work for "K-Stelle", 1914, as a captain, he was Chief of Staff Headquarters of the Legions. Formally, was the head of Jozef Pilsudski, who gave him the reports. Cooperation was not the best. When the Japanese-Russian war broke in 1904, Pilsudski decided to use the conflict for the Polish cause, get technical and material help for Polish irredentist aspirations. Japanese will give us the money to buy weapons and facilitate its reception in Hamburg, and we will collect them messages about the movements of the Russian troops sent to the East. These relations were surrounded by the biggest mystery. Only Pilsudski, Jodko, Filipowicz and Stanislaw Wojciechowski knew of them over one and a half year (April 1904 - October 1905).

Pilsudski had its plans to create in Galicia conditions for the military training of volunteers in the event of war between the aggressors and would create Polish troops fighting against Russia and would become the reborn Polish Army personnel.
In 1908 in Lviv, Cpt. Gustav Iszkowski teamed up with the Pilsudski movement. Probably by the end of 1908 Pilsudski spoke with the chief of the Intelligence Census Bureau, Maximilian Ronge. Then probably come to an agreement to organize the grid intelligence and sabotage against Russia in exchange for allowing the activities of the independence movement. In March, 1909 representatives of the Census Bureaus conferring with Pilsudski, Jodko and Slawek in Vienna.
The project is called intelligence operation Informer R, directed the same Ronge - hidden it even from his own intelligence apparatus. The management of the organization called The Informer R were Jozef Pilsudski, Valery Slawek responsible for ongoing contacts with the representative of the interview, Captain Joseph Rybak; and Witold Jodko-Narkiewicz. By the end of 1912 Pilsudski organization might only auxiliary information.


And now we look at the text below written in January 2014.

Bogdan Konstantynowicz, the author of this website believes that we can already, after a quarter-century of research on my genealogy, give to my readers to analyse and rethink, a few comments on the role of our family Konstantynowicz and the Polish-French family Armand from Moscow, in the deep structures of political intelligence of Tsarist Russia and in the strategic network of Russia's technology military intelligence and then even of the Soviet Union.

This is the text for further discussion.

Approximately one hundred years infiltrating of the military intelligence of Tsarist Russia by Polish agents in the years around 1814 - about 1922, brought unprecedented positive effect - Polish independence in 1918. But the Polish country was destroyed completely after the events of 1939, and above all after the creation of the Soviet protectorate in 1944/1945.

Jozef Pilsudski served for the military Austro - Hungarian intelligence, rose to the rank of brigadier general there / Brigadier. So he took advantage from the Germans and Austrians structure worked out into Tsarist Russia, which created artificial figures in the revolutionary socialist movement: Trubeckoj Nestor, Peter Kropotkin, Lenin Ulyanov, as well as in Russian networks of the military and industrial structures of the second half of the 19th century: electricity, telegraph, ciphers, decryption, generators, radio lamps, lighting lamps, aircraft, aircraft engines and vehicles, magneto for engines, new types of steel, electrical cables, airships, cars, radio, then television and soviet nuclear industry.

At the same time, the French military intelligence expanded in Russia, by the old French families, and others: English, Polish and Georgian in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
The network intelligence gone back to the Napoleonic times and the Italian Legions. Through these Cracow networks have developed for a family Trubeckoj, Kalinowski, Oginski, Konstantynowicz, Paszkowski, Armand, Demontet, Duflon, Rey, Diserens.

Russian military intelligence and counterintelligence created by Baltic German families from Latvia and Estonia, went back as far to families: Schilling, Benkendorf, Dubbelt, Rosenberg, Gernet, Rehbinder, Rosen, and next a military intelligence network reached Georgia and Svaneti - Racha: Japaridze, Dadiani, Gruzinsky, Maipariani - full this system took over the Pilsudski movement from the top, among others by family Konstantynowicz from Miezonka, Moscow, Tallinn and Viljandi.

The great importance in this system of underground operation had Armand family from Moscow, next of kin with the Wild, Demonsi, a Georgian families, Konstantynowicz and Paszkowski.
Therefore they were relatives of Trubecki, Siedych, Rosenberg, Armand, Manfred, and had a Georgians family: Dadiani, Gruzinsky, Japaridze and Maipariani.

The Russian counterintelligence climb on this system. Now appeared Spychalski family, Jaroszewicz, Zarako Zarakowski, Swierczewski, Żymierski.

On the margin remained Malkiewicz and Horodecki, Szostak and Zbieranowski and Andrzejak of Lodz and many others from Estonia, Latvia, Georgia, Belarus and Russia, and Finland, and of course in Sweden: Nobel, Damm, Hagelin, Hakker.

With the intelligence system of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and of the Tsarist Russia fully used by the Jozef Pilsudski, in order to rebuild Polish state.
Took over the structure in Lodz, Krakow, St. Petersburg, in Belarus and Moscow.
Inesse Armand and Anna Konstantynowicz were planted to Lenin, not counting other Armands.

The Duflon and Konstantynowicz Company co-operated with the St. Petersburg Discount and Loan Bank.
According to V. S. Solomko at http://www.encspb.ru/ this St. Petersburg Discount and Loan Bank was a joint-stock commercial bank, opened in 1869, cooperating especially closely with the
St. Petersburg International Bank
by taking part "in the military industrial group to build submarines for the Baltic Navy. The group included Lessner's Plant and Nobel's Plant in St. Petersburg, which played a leading role in the group, as well as Fenix, Atlas, and Gatchinsky Ironworks".

Guchkov Alexander Ivanovich b. 1862, political and public figure, banker and businessman, was Director of Moscow Discount Bank. In 1907 and 1915, he was elected Member of State Assembly representing Industry and Trade, heading a Defence Commission 1907-10. In St Petersburg, he was a member of St Petersburg Discount and Loan Bank's board.
From 1915, he was Chairman of the Central Military-Industrial Committee and a member of the Special Meeting for defence.
At the end of 1916, he designed plans for dynastic coup,
acc. to A. G. Kalmykov and http://www.encspb.ru.

The 'Duflon...' Board of Directors in St. Petersburg, Apothecary island, Lopukhinsky Street, No 8: Evgeny / Evgenij Evgienievich Armand - Chairman, Nikolai Danilovich Liesienko who 1906 - 1914 represented the interests of the company in St. Petersburg, L. F. Duflon who lived since 1908 in Switzerland, Alexander E. Armand, Sergei Gernet son of Pavel and Emil I. Ramseyer - Swiss citizen, the board member of the St. Petersburg Discount and Loan Bank, chairman of the Board of the 'Atlas' Society in St. Petersburg; his brother Ramseyer Y. I., Swiss citizen was also the board member of the St. Petersburg Discount and Loan Bank and Director of the Company 'Sormovo'.


Recapitulation on

the TEMPLARS and the PASZKOWSKI family

[see the ARMAND family of MOSCOW and the

{Apolon / Apollon Konstantynowicz + Duflon + BREGUET - compare MALESZEWSKI + Venture de Paradise + the Jean Philippe Garran de Coulon family - ILLUMINATI; JOZEF Sulkowski and Venture de Paradise. Line to Marshal MURAT and Napoleon}

Apolon Konstantynowicz family - Moscow, Miezonka, KAZAN, Tallinn-Nomme and Viljandi - Paris, Lida, SWOLNA]:

CAPTAIN Wojciech Paszkowski, 1780 - 1856, the brother of famous General Franciszek Paszkowski [close to the TEMPLARS - in Cracow] who was the friend of General Tadeusz Kosciuszko [Kosciuszko was the friend of Thomas Jefferson b. 1743 - Illuminati].

Wojciech Paszkowski, 1780 - 1856, was the plenipotentiary [1821-1832] of Artur Potocki / Artur Stanisław Potocki (b. 1787 in Paris / Paryż, died in 1832 in Wien / Wieden), Napoleonic officer

[ARTUR POTOCKI was the Freemason - the TEMPLARS:
the Masonic fraternity uses the honourary title of Knights Templar for its highest 33rd degree of initiation, in tribute to the earlier Templars. 'The Structure of Freemasonry' in Life Magazine (on 08 October 1956) in The Masonic Library and the Museum of Pennsylvania, featuring Knights Templar at 33rd Degree.
"... The steps on the left side present the 33 degrees of initiation for the Scottish Rite, with their Grand level on the top step of the 33rd degree. The steps on the right side present the levels of the York Rite, the top 3 levels of which are Masonic sub-orders named after earlier Orders which are independent in their own right, including the Order of the Red Cross (version of Rosicrucians), and the Order of Knights of Malta (version of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta).

At the top of the steps on the right side is the Order of Knights Templar (version of the 12th century Order of the Temple of Solomon of the original Knights Templar). The Templar figure uniquely occupies the highest level of the 33rd degree of Masonic initiation.
... Thus, Templar Knights and Dames of the Order do not need to join Freemasonry, because they are already established at the equivalent of the 33rd degree level ..." - copyright by knightstemplarorder.org.
Others of the 33rd degree level:
Simon Bolivar was a 33rd degree mason, South American liberator.
Umberto Agnelli; Bernard Mannes Baruch; Harry L. Baum; John Wilkes Booth; John C. Breckinridge;
George Herbert Walker Bush;
Senator Byrd; ... Aleister Crowley; Sen. Bob Dole;
Gerald Rudolf Ford;
Giuseppe Garibaldi;
J. Edgar Hoover;
Col. Edward Mandell House; Jessie James; ...
Joseph Mazzini;
Francois Mitterand;
Henry Palmerston;
Albert Pike;
Franklin D. Roosevelt;
James Rothschild;
Jacob Schiff;
... Harry Truman;
Pierre G. Vassal; Paul Moritz Warburg; ... H. G. Wells;
Earl Warren was an influential Supreme Court Chief Justice from 1953-1969. He was one of five Masonic Chief Justices; he served as the Grand Master of California for the Masons for one year, and he was a 33 Degree Scottish Rite Mason.
Norman Vincent Peale, 33rd Degree Freemason, ex Grand Chaplain of the Grand Lodge of New York, Past Grand Prelate of the Knights Templar and Shriner.
Robert Schuller, 33rd Degree Freemason, Pastor of the Crystal Cathedral;
Oral Roberts, 33rd Degree Freemason, founder of Oral Roberts University;
Bill Clinton, 33rd Degree Freemason, President of the United States Of America; Newt Gingrich, 33rd Degree Freemason;
Bob Dole, 33rd Degree Freemason; ...
Barry Goldwater, 33rd Degree Freemason.
Rich DeVos, 33 Degree Freemason, founder of the Amway Corporation.
Compare:
Giuseppe Mazzini, Italian Illuminati leader, friend of Albert Pike].

The Polish count Artur Potocki, 33rd Degree Mason, known the eccentric countess Giulia Samayloff, lover of the Tsar Nicola I / Nicholas I.

Countess Giulia Samayloff / Julia von der Pahlen (1803-1875), Julia Samoilova / Yuliya Pavlovna Samoilova / the Last of Skavronsky / the Russian Lady of Milan -
she was 'legendary for her stormy love affairs, extravagance...'; Samoilova kept a salon at Slavianka, her family estate outside St. Petersburg, as well as in Milan. "She entertained not only others in the nobility, but also a bohemian crowd of artists, musicians, writers";
her lovers were:
1.
Julia Samoilov had first become famous as the mistress of Nikolai I of Russia.
Then the czar had sent her abroad with a large income; she had settled in Milan; Imperator Nikolai I / Nicholas I was born in 1796, was the Emperor of Russia from 1825 until 1855. He was also the King of Poland and Grand Duke of Finland. "He is best known as a political conservative whose reign was marked by geographical expansion, repression of dissent, economic stagnation, poor administrative".
2.
Comte Pierre La Fearon.
Julia Pahlen / Yulia was called 'the last Skavronsky' because she became the sole heir to her grandfather MARCIN SKOWRONSKI / Martyn Skavronsky.
MARTA SKOWRONSKA / Martha Skavronskaya was the wife of Peter the Great, mother of his children.

Yulia's mother, Maria Pavlovna Skavronskaya was a wife of Count Pavel Petrovich Pahlen, who was officially regarded as the father of Yulia. "However, the girl had southern beauty, black curls, velvet eyes and little face of Italian Madonna. It should be noted that Maria Pavlovna's stepfather was an Italian, known in Russia as Julius Pompeevich Litta".
3.
Karl Briullov (1799-1852), Russian artist, painter and the founder of Russian Romanticism.
Yulia Samoilova and Karl Bryullov first saw each in 1830 in Italy, in the famous salon of Princess Zinaida Volkonskaya [compare - MARIA PASZKOWSKA studied in ROME].
4.
Giovanni Pacini (1796-1867), Italian composer;
she had an affair with the opera composer Giovanni Pacini from 1828 to 1831. She could not marry Pacini, widowed when she met him, for she was still married to Nikolai Samoylov. Tsar Nicolas I refused divorce. In Naples, she adopted two young children Giovaninna (Bartoletti) and Amazillia (Pacini), daughters of the first marriage of the composer.
Julia married to Nikolai Samoilov, Captain of the Preobrazhenskii Guards in 1822, divorced 1824; in 1842, married Pierre / Antonin Perry (1815-1847), Italian medical doctor and opera singer; and in 1848, Julia married Charles, Comte de Mornay (1803-1879).
Yulia married first Count Nikolai Alexandrovich Samoilov, adjutant of the emperor. Their marriage was unsuccessful, and after a few months they decided to divorce.
Julia von der Pahlen married three times. "... She left Samoilov and Tussia to live in her family villa near Milan in 1824. Establishing herself as an hostess in 1828, she became known as the Russian Lady of Milan, entertaining writers and musicians such as Turgenev and Donizetti. She had an affair with the opera composer Giovanni Pacini from 1828 to 1831. Samoilova's second husband was an Italian opera known only as Peri / Perry, whom she married in 1842; finally she married the French diplomat the Comte de Mornay in 1863."
Albrizzi painted in 1855 by order of Countess Julie Samayloff; Countess Samayloff, was supporter of Giovanni Pacini (1796-1867).
Duke Antonio Litta and Arditi were assisted the Countess Samayloff.

We back to Paszkowski Wojciech:

he acted together with Lozinski in Łańcut;

Wojciech Paszkowski was Commissioner General to Artur Potocki.

Artur Stanisław Potocki (b. 1787) -
a Napoleonic officer, the son of the writer and traveler Jan Potocki, and Julia Potocka nee Lubomirski b. 1767 in PARIS

{JAN POTOCKI was the son of Jozef Potocki b. 1735, d. 1802, Wien;
the grandson of Stanisław Potocki 1698 - 1760;
the great-grandson of Jozef Potocki 1673 - 1751;
the great-great-grandson of
Andrzej Potocki died in 1691 / 1692 in Stanisławow
- see below !}.

ARTUR married to Zofia Countess Branicka, probably granddaughter of Empress Katarzyna II.

He bought a Palace in Cracow; and in Krzeszowice he built a summer residence
{the cousin of General Franciszek Paszkowski - Paszkowski Franciszek (1818-1883), painter, landowner, deputy to the Galician parliament, economic activist. He was the son of Dominik Paszkowski and Anna Niemojewska (died 1872), the younger brother of Jozef Edmund. He learned painting with Rafal Hadziewicz, and then with Wojciech K. Stattler in Cracow, where he lived with his uncles Franciszek PASZKOWSKI, general, and Wojciech PASZKOWSKI junior, a member of the Galician government in 1809, the manager of the Trzebnica estate and Krzeszowice.
Franciszek Paszkowski - painter - went to DĂĽsseldorf (1838), Dresden and Rome for further studies. He painted religious paintings, and many portraits: his father, brother and uncle, General Franciszek PASZKOWSKI in 1814 [in Warsaw], Tytus Chalubinski, and Antonina Jachowicz. Compare - MARIA WILHELMINA PASZKOWSKA ARMAND of MOSCOW}.

ARTUR POTOCKI in 1818, became an adept of the 33rd degree of the Scottish Masonic Lodge

[Note:
within a few years after 1763, other degrees were added, until the Rite had a ritual structure of 33 degrees - the first three being exemplified in a Symbolic Lodge, if a Grand Lodge with subordinate Lodges existed in the area.
In 1767, Henry Francken, who had been deputized by Morin, organized a Lodge of Perfection in Albany, New York. This was the forerunner of what was to become the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite in the United States.
On August 5, 1813, Emanuel De La Motta, 33°, of Savannah, Georgia, a distinguished Jewish merchant and philanthropist, and Grand Treasurer General of the Supreme Council at Charleston, organized in New York City the Supreme Council of the Thirty-third degree for the Northern District and Jurisdiction of the United States of America.

The first Sovereign Grand Commander was Daniel D. Tompkins, 33°.
In 1813, Daniel D. Tompkins (1774-1825) became the first Sovereign Grand Commander of the Supreme Council for the newly established Northern Masonic Jurisdiction for the Scottish Rite in the United States, a position he held until his death in 1825. Daniel D. Tompkins (1774-1825) was the Sixth Vice President of the United States, 1817-25. Born June 21, 1774 in Fox Meadows (now Scarsdale), N.Y. His father was a farmer. Graduate of Columbia Univ. in 1795, studied law; he was elected U.S. congressman.
He was at the same time Vice President of the United States for two terms, under President Monroe.

then, the first Grand Secretary General of this Supreme Council, its Conservator during the era of anti-Masonic attacks, and its third Sovereign Grand Commander from 1832-51, was John James Joseph Gourgas, 33°.
Copyright by 32nddegreemasons].

ARTUR POTOCKI in 1823, founded the "Woolen Bank" in OględĂłw, he founded a male school in StaszĂłw.
After his death in Vienna, Arthur was inherited by his only son, Adam Jozef Potocki born in 1822

[ADAM POTOCKI was the CONSPIRATOR in CRACOW in April 1848; imprisoned in 1851. He studied in SCOTLAND in Edynburg {see CHOPIN !}. In 1848 in Paris was the chief of the National Guard.
The owner of:
Krzeszowice, Tenczynek, MędrzechĂłw, GĂłra Ropczycka, Strzechowskie, PacanĂłw, SpytkĂłw, StaszĂłw, Bużanka; DaszkĂłwka; in POLESIE - Kobryń, Żabianka, JabłonĂłwka, Zalesie i Olchowiec].

ARTUR POTOCKI was married to Zofia Branicki Potocka born on 11 January 1790 in Warsaw, whom she married in 1816, a philanthropist. She was the daughter of Franciszek Ksawery and Aleksandra.

Zofia Branicki Potocka was an art lover [compare the above Countess Giulia Samayloff / Julia von der Pahlen (1803-1875), Julia Samoilova / Yuliya Pavlovna Samoilova], collected, among others Italian painting. She founded a hospital and shelter in Krzeszowice and named him husband Artur Potocki.
She helped the wounded in the January Uprising in 1863.
She was the initiator of the reconstruction of the chapel of Saint Leonard in Wawel. She was buried in Krzeszowice on January 9, 1879.

Mentioned above
Franciszek Ksawery Branicki b. ca 1730 in Barwałd; the first general royal adjutant in 1764; Minister of War; general of Lithuanian artillery in 1768-1773, Lieutenant General of the Crown Forces since 1764, General of the Russian Empire in 1795, MP in 1752 and in 1764.

The father of named ARTUR Potocki:
Jan Potocki / Graf / Courchamps, born on March 8, 1761 in PikĂłw in the Bracław province, or in KuryłĂłwka; a Polish novelist and playwright;
a traveler a politician, historian, publicist, ethnographer, one of the first Polish archaeologists, a researcher of Slavic antiquity, an engineer, the first Polish aeronaut;
a Maltese bachelor.
He married in 1783 to Julia Lubomirska, heiress of Łańcut and Krzeszowice.
Jan Potocki went by sea from Cherson via Istanbul to Egypt and then to Venice, 1785-1787 he stayed in Paris; he was friend to C. F. Volney; 1787 he went to the Netherlands.

And again back to
Wojciech Paszkowski born in 1780, the son of Jan Paszkowski b. 1742, and Petronela Paszkowska born Kulikowska.
Petronela was born ca 1755.
Wojciech had 2 brothers [or more]: Dominik Paszkowski and Franciszek.

Wojciech PASZKOWSKI married

[ca 1805 ? But we know on Wojciech 2nd Paszkowski who maybe after 1805 married to Ludwina Gałęzka, with the daughter JĂłzefa Paszkowska b. ca 1810; JOZEFA married in 1828, Chęciny. Above WOJCIECH had a son born 1805, officer of the 1831 Uprising; and Wojciech 2nd had next daughter married Schwarzenberg-Czerny]

1st Emilia Paszkowska born Bystrzonowska / Bystrzanowski.
Emilia Bystrzanowska was born in Brody

[Bystrzonowski -
1. we know in Kielce in 1831 on Bystrzonowski, official.
2.
Wojciech Bystrzonowski (or Wojciech Bystrzanowski) from Bystrzanowice, born on 13 April or 15 August 1699 in CichobĂłrz close to HRUBIESZOW

{Jan Aleksander Koniecpolski in 1685 sold CichobĂłrz and Szychowice to Maciej Bystrzanowski m. Zofia Grodzińska. Ca 1700 unknown Bystrzanowski; 1750 owned by Bystrzanowski. CichobĂłrz took Leszczyński after 1751 - Michał Skarbek Leszczyński, m. Konstancja Orzęcka, 2nd to Barbara Wolska widowed Sebastian Lesiecki.
Then to Jozef Benedykt Leszczyński d. 1791, m. Teresa Świeżawska.
After 1792, CichobĂłrz was bought by Franciszek Bystrzanowski, until 1812.
1822 - Wojciech Bystrzanowski. Ca 1823 - Bystrzanowski sold the estate to Ignacy Jakub Czaplic-Pohorecki. Until 1858 - Franciszek Pohorecki},

died 1782 in Lublin, philosopher, Jesuit, pedagogue, mathematician].

Wojciech PASZKOWSKI married 2nd Cyryla Matkowska / Cyrylla Matkowska, born in 1788 maybe in SKNILOW

[see:
Michał Armatowski in Cracow in 1800, and Jozef Matkowski in Skniłow in 1813

{SKNILOW - close to LWOW. In 1744 belonged to Katarzyna Kossakowska nee POTOCKA

(KATARZYNA bought StanisławĂłw in 1771 from hands of JĂłzef Potocki. She was born 1716 or 30 April 1722, d. March 21, 1803 in Krystynopol. The political activist of the second half of the eighteenth century, she was the daughter of
Jerzy Potocki d. 1747, and Konstancja Podbereska-Drucka, 1st voto Zamoyska. On May 24, 1744, she married her cousin, Stanisław Kossakowski 1721-1761.
She was the granddaughter of Feliks Kazimierz Potocki 1630-1702
[FELIKS's brother - Andrzej Potocki, junior, died in 1691/1692 in STANISLAWOW - see above !],
and Krystyna Lubomirska;
and great-granddaughter of Stanisław Rewera Potocki 1589-1667;
great-great-granddaughter of Senior Andrzej Potocki, Lieutenant + ZOFIA PIASECKA)}].

Wojciech Paszkowski had 2 daughters: JĂłzefa Cyrylla Marya Lewiecka (born Paszkowska) / Lewicka
[compare: in 1829 studied at the Volhynia lyceum: Czerniawski Karol, Grabianka ... Lewicki Grzegorz, Skoczyński Mikołay, ... Julian Jacyna, Tadeusz Dybowski, Wincenty Konstantynowicz, Ignacy Kreyczman, Leon Mirecki...].

Wojciech Paszkowski died in 1856.
His brother -
General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski, 1778 - 1856.

Named
Dominik, the son of named above Jan Paszkowski and Petronela Kulikowski, Polish Captain in 1810, then in 1815 he was the member of a military committee; 1837 he identified himself in the Kingdom of Poland.

Mentioned Jan Paszkowski, born in 1742 + 1st to unknown, 2nd married Petronela Kulikowska with son Dominik Paszkowski, b. 1783 in Brody, d. 1866 + Anna Niemojewska, died in 1872 (tomb in KrakĂłw).
Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski, b. 12.10.1778 in Brody (to 1st wife of Jan), d. 10.3.1856 in Cracow, General; Virtuti Militari
- his daughter was Maria Paszkowska / Mary Armand nee Paszkowski
[link to Apolon Konstantynowicz - Duflon - Breguet - Lenin - Inessa Armand].

Note:

In 1767 - 1779 inf. on KAZIMIERZ Arciszewski, the son of Antoni Arciszewski and Zofia Łączkowski Arciszewska, and his wife Maria LIGOCKA / Ligoska;
and her sister Konstancja Ligowski Paszkowski = Konstancja LIGOCKA married ANDRZEJ PASZKOWSKI, the son of KAZIMIERZ PASZKOWSKI died in GRUDZIADZ.

See: SOMPOLNO -
Mentioned above
Kazimierz Paszkowski of the Cracow province, died in Grudziadz, m. widow Rutkowska. His son, Andrzej married Ligocka, and Kazimierz's daughter Agnieszka Paszkowska moved to the Great Poland and married to Stanislaw Tomicki, with daughter Franciszka TOMICKA in Poznan;
Agnieszka Paszkowska - the daughter of named Kazimierz Paszkowski married 2nd Stanislaw Gorczyczewski of Poznan, with daughter Zuzanna Gorczewska / Gorczywska.

JĂłzef Paszkowski of Brzezie, the son of Jan Paszkowski of the Cracow province [? - born in 1742], moved to the Great Poland and left son - inf. in 1788 -
owner of landestate north to Sampolno / SOMPOLNO, in Skotniki

[13 km north to RADZIEJOW; 24 km west to BADKOWO / Bądkowo.
See on Barthel de Weydenthal - in BEDKOW or BADKOWO and see BRZEZIE [KRONENBERG - see Tyminska and Wojtyla], 7 km east of BędkĂłw / BADKOWO.

Osiecz Wielki - ca 1810 this land property was owned by the Bninski family. In 1870 these estates also included: Osiecz Wielki, Osiecz Maly, Kucice, Biezyn, Arciszewo, Wola Paruszewska and Uklejnice. At the beginning of the 20th cent. to the Plater family.
Osiecz Wielki is situated 10 km south-west of Chocen; 10 km north-west of CHODECZ; east of Izbica Kujawska; south of Wloclawek, BADKOWO and Brzesc Kujawski.
Osiecz Wielki - here was born Jacek Plater in 1932, son of Count and landowner. Count Witold Maria Broel Plater, 1893-1962 - in 1922 - built the private elementary school in assets Osiecz Wielki and Osiecz Maly; he was the son of Wiktor Maria Broel-Plater, Count and Aleksandra Maria Helena POTOCKA, Broel-Plater, 1863-1918. Named Wiktor Maria Broel-Plater, Count, b. 1843 in Belmont, died in 1911 in Bad Nauheim, Germany, was the son of Wilhelm Ignacy Broel- Plater and Idalia Adelajda SOBANSKA b. 1808; father of Ignacy; Antoni Broel-Plater and Witold Maria Aleksander Broel-Plater; brother of Konstanty Ignacy Antoni Broel-Plater; Wlodzimierz Ignacy Antoni Broel-Plater and Feliks Broel-Plater.

Above Wilhelm Ignacy Broel-Plater b. 1791 in Pinsk, d. 1854, was the son of JĂłzef Antoni Wilhelm Broel-Plater b. in SZADEK in 1750. Above
JĂłzef Antoni Wilhelm Broel-Plater b. in SZADEK in 1750 was the son of PETRONELA NAGORSKA and Wilhelm Jan Plater, 1715 - d. 1769 in Vilnius, who was the son of Jan Plater and Elena Filipina OGINSKA b. ca 1694 in Mogilev by Dniepr river.
Elena Filipina OGINSKA was the sister of Michal Antoni Oginski b. 1696 in Stakliškes - north-east of Alytus / Olita. Michal OGINSKI was the son of Leon Kazimierz Oginski, b. ca 1658, who was the brother of Kazimierz Dominik Oginski b. ca 1664].


Curiously enough:

New Russian military intelligence under different names operated from October 21, 1918. At this time the Red Army was already a huge and powerful body but after October, 1917, Bolsheviks faced with many difficulties, including the collapse of the army. Therefore, reorganizing the old army, they left in the War Department that is the People's Commissariat for Military Affairs - General Directorate of the General Staff (GUGSH) and this body consisted the 2nd Division of the General Quartermaster in December 1917, which was the central organ of intelligence and counterintelligence services of the armed forces of Russia. So by the end of 1918, Soviet military intelligence in full was as the legal successor of the pre-revolutionary military intelligence. GUGSH headed General V. V. Marushevsky (Polish?) who refused to cooperate with the new government.

Then Quartermaster-General Nikolai Mikhailovich Potapov was new chief of the military intelligence (in 1915-1917, Potapov was the Main Director of the General Staff at the office of General Quartermaster. However, according to some reports, he - from July 1917 - collaborated with the military organization of the Petersburg bolshevik Committee. In November, 1917 to May 1918, Potapov served as Chief of Staff, and acting as assistant manager of the Military Department; in June 1918, he became a member of the Supreme Military Council, and from July 1919 Chairman of the Military Legislative Council).

Colonel Yudin was the bolshevik Commissar and Peter F. Ryabikov, after the coup, was had remained in the office because the Bolsheviks did not touch the military intelligence, as opposed to counter-military intelligence, which they immediately dispersed, as it was involved in the campaign of charges the Bolsheviks was spying for Germany in the summer of 1917. Crisis of foreign intelligence commenced with the end of December 1917: colonel Andrey Stanislavsky (Polish?) entered the service for the French intelligence, and intelligence reports from the allies - the French military mission in Moscow - came to the end in July 1918. In February 1918, the country faced with bloody civil war, and in March 1918 the Soviet government established the Supreme Military Council for the organization of the armed forces of Red Army with a military leader, former tsarist general M. D. Bonch-Bruevich and two political commissars Shutko and P. Proshyan. On March 17, 1918, the Supreme Military Council included: a military leader, his assistant, Quartermaster-General with several assistants, and intelligence chiefs, a field inspector of artillery, and others; on March 19, 1918: Chairman - People's Commissar for Military Affairs Leon Trotsky, the Council members and above named General N. Potapov. In June, 1918 the Supreme Military Council was reorganized and included: a military leader Bonch - Bruevich, chief of staff and staff occupied by former officers, the deputy of the military leader appointed a former Major General of General Staff Alexander Alexandrovich Samoylo, an assistant Chief of Operations of the Supreme Military Council was Colonel Alexander Kovalevsky (Polish? April - May 1918). Kovalevsky, soon will move to the South, where he headed the mobilization management of the North Caucasus Military District; here he with General Nosovich (Polish?) were arrested by Stalin, but after Nosovich was fleeing to the 'white', Kovalevsky was again arrested and shoted.

The second brother, older - general Michail (III) Boncz Brujewicz / Bonch - Bruevich either Bonch - Bruyevich Mikhail Dmitriyevich or Michal Bonc - Bruevic, see - if you read Russian - here: http://history.tuad.nsk.ru/index.html (b. 1870 - died 1956; son of Dmitry who stayed in Moscow) who was tsarist general. Mikhail Dmitriyevich Bonch - Bruyevich from 1892 to 1895 served as an officer with the Lithuanian Guards Regiment at Warsaw. He was in command of the 176th Perevolochensky Regiment, based at Chernigov in 1914 and had known Russian aviator Pyotr Nesterov. The chief of staff and deputy commander of the Russian Northern Front and commander of the Northern Front from 29 August 1917 to 9 September 1917. September 1917 (?) a chief of the Russian military counterintelligence.

Above inf. acc. to http://www.x-libri.ru/elib/ by Arsen Martirosyan Benikovich, 'Conspiracy marshals. British intelligence against the Soviet Union'. 'Germane-norden' and 'Balticum' were extremely influential in Germany, and in Russia - representatives of the ancient aristocratic families of the number pro-German Ostsee (Baltic) Barons played a crucial role in large-scale after February and October 1917 Revolutions in Russia, close to the head of the Russian military counterintelligence Gen. M. Bonch-Bruevich (brother of Lenin's closest aide). Different source: On September 9, 1917, Бонч-Бруевич / Bonch-Bruevich was replaced as commander by Gen. V. A. Cheremisov / В. А. Черемисов and appointed to the Supreme Commander. Arriving at the General Headquarters in Mogilev, Bonch-Bruevich established contact with the Mogilev Soviet of Workers and Soldiers Deputies and 27 September 1917 was co-opted into its executive committee in Mogilev by Dnieper river. In early October 1917, Bonch- Bruevich rejected the appointment of Governor-General of the Southwestern Region in Kiev and Omsk and took over as head of the Mogilev garrison.

But acc. to Soviet Security and Intelligence Organizations, 1917-1990: A Biographical..., by Michael Parrish, we read that M. D. Bonch-Bruevich was a General in Tsarist Counterintelligence.
Next M. D. Bonch-Bruevich was chief of staff of the Supreme Commander after November 1917. Mikhail Dmitriyevich Bonch - Bruyevich was the military director of the Supreme Military Council and chief of general field staff of the Red Army (field staff of the Revolutionary Military Council) in 1918 - 1919.
Mikhail Dmitriyevich Bonch - Bruyevich was the specialist in take a pictures from airplanes and organized the first technical office of aerial photograph in 1925; he wrote "The aerial photograph" in 1931 and similar book in 1934 (and Grigorij - his son Mikolaj (2nd) b. 1896 was general of the Soviet air force).

Pilsudski always spoke he has got a few or a dozen years to build and re-build the independent Polish state, because then Russia raise with knees. It was surely Stalin who idolized the Russian imperial state. However, it succeeded smash Russia in the 1917 - 1922 and rebuild Poland in 1918.


Evgeny Armand Ivanovich / Evgeny ARMAND second / Eugene-Louis Armand, was b. 1809 and died 1890, was a son of Jean Armand / Ivan and his first wife Elizabeth.

EUGENE ARMAND was married to a Polish woman, Catholic - Mary Frantsevna Pashkovskaya / Maria Paszkowski, the daughter of GENERAL Franciszek PASZKOWSKI. She was born 1819 and died 1901, and she was highly educated, c. 1840 studied painting in France; she was a woman of strong and humble disposition. I wrote
Eugeniusz Ludwik Armand / Eugene Louis was married to a beautiful Polish - Maria Wilhelmina PASZKOWSKA / MARIA Pashkovskaya. Her father, Franciszek Paszkowski / Francis Paszkowski was a writer and military, during Napoleon's Italian campaign, he served as adjutant to Murat.
Young Catholics family donated money the Orthodox St. Nicholas Church in Pushkino. When Armand moved to Orthodoxy, grandchildren of Louis Eugene / Yevgeny Ivanovich were baptized in this church. Maria had a tender heart. In contrast to the position of her husband, his wife was educated, and drew quite well, in France she drew the ruins of castles and really liked them; Evgeny built in a park such ruins.
I said she was daughter of general Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski with the Zadora coat of arms who was born 12 October 1778 in Brody - d. 11 March 1856 in Cracow, and was the friend of general Tadeusz Kosciuszko [with General FISZER]. Dominik Paszkowski born 1783 in Brody, the Lwow province; his father Jan Paszkowski was born c. 1750 and has got the Zadora coat of arms, married c. 1770 / 1777, and
Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski, general, was Jan's first son.

General Franciszek Paszkowski, in May 1797, emigrated to Italy, where he joined the Polish Legions (in September 1800, was assigned to the Italian Legion): III Battalion 2 Legion. The 1799 Campaign in Italy; he was a lecturer in history at the School of Military legion in Mantua, but he also taught mathematics and languages. In 1798, the rank of captain of a major adjutant.
He cooperated in educational activities with General Rymkiewicz and Cyprian Godebski when editing and distributing the "Legacy Decade".
Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski approached Gen. Dabrowski's opponents - he became friend with JĂłzef Kalasanty Szaniawski and Andrzej Horodyski, with whom he was later considered, at the time of the Duchy of Warsaw, as one of the leaders of "Polish Jacobins".
During the war with the II coalition, he served the Legion of Verona, in the siege of Mantua and after the capitulation was captured Austrian. Despite the fact that Marshal Lannes had no Poles on his Staff, Captain Milkiewicz and Captain FRANCISZEK Paszkowski served as Staff Officers for Marshal Ney.
In 1798 Cpt. Adjutant Major; 1800, the Italian Legion on the staff at the side of General Wielhorski. Attached to Gen. Lapoype and served his aide; in December 1801, Franciszek Paszkowski wanted to emigree to the United States.
In 1801, Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski met Kosciuszko and the next three years he spent at his side, gathering material for a biography.
In 1804-1805 he served in the military camp of Chalons-sur-Marne. Chalons-en-Champagne or Chalons-sur-Marne, in northern France, capital of the Champagne-Ardenne region.
In the campaign of 1805, fought in the cavalry of Marshal Joachim Murat, as a translator and - by Wezyk - was adjutant of Murat. Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski did not lose contact with Kosciuszko.
During the War of the Third Coalition Paszkowski distinguished himself at the Battle of Austerlitz, also participated in the campaign of 1806, in November 1806, together with Murat came to Warsaw. Next served I Battalion 3 regiment with the rank of lieutenant colonel; December 1807 - Colonel and Chief of Staff of the Legion.
With General Stanislaw Fiszer stay in Paris 1807; he served as Chief of the General Staff.
1809 - Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski was an adjutant of the Saxon King Friedrich August / Frederick Augustus Duke of Warsaw; was awarded the Military Cross Polish (Military Virtue). Then in Zamosc and Cracow. In 1812, commanded the 2nd Brigade of the 16th Infantry Division under General Zayonchek / Jozef Zajaczek: Smolensk, Borodino and Czirikov; to Vilnius traveled together with Fr. Joseph; 1812 he was promoted to brigadier general; Warsaw, in January 1813, Modlin; Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski moved from Krakow to Dresden - after the capitulation of Dresden was captured by the Austrian and he was in the Hungarian city of Zalaegerszeg. After the Treaty of Paris returned to the country.

Mentioned above JĂłzef Kalasanty Szaniawski / Joseph Calasanz Szaniawski b. in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, 1764, died 1843 in Lviv, a Polish philosopher and politician, during the Kosciuszko Uprising (1794) was a Polish Jacobin.
Member of the Jacobins Security Department - Deputation in 1794, and after 1796 a member of a secret political organization called "Centralization of Warsaw"; he was a member of the "Polish Deputation" 1795 - 1796; emigrated to Paris, 1797; the Polish Deputation came into conflict with the moderate Kosciuszko-Uprising émigré activists of the "Agency" founded in Paris in 1794 and supporting Henryk Dabrowski's Polish Legions.
In 1799, SZANIAWSKI served as an informal representative and head of the Paris Society of Polish Republican; returning to the country in 1801, to Warsaw during the Prussian occupation, Szaniawski co-edited Gazeta Warszawska; headed the censorship. From 1802 to 1808 Szaniawski published his philosophical works on Kant's philosophy, became an apostle of German philosophy; 1806 was nominated as a member of the Supreme Military Administrative Department and in 1807 was member of the Directorate of Justice; 1807 he went to Berlin as a commissioner. 1808 the royal prosecutor at the Court of Cassation. 1809 one of the directors of the National Guard, then the Central Government of Galicia.
In 1811 he resigned, but acted close to Stanislaw Zamoyski in Zwierzyniec.
Soon after, near by the Czartoryski family and in 1810 Szaniawski married Louise Mycielski Moskorzewska, becoming attorney general of the Duchy of Warsaw (1807 - 1815), then active in the Congress Poland.
He was a member of the Masonic lodge Temple of Isis in 1811 - 1812, Casimir the Great in 1819 - 1820, the Great East, an honorary member of the lodge Excellence in 1821.


Compare:

Stanislaw Soltyk b. 1752, d. 1833, senator of the Polish Kingdom, the Speaker of the Parliament of the Duchy of Warsaw; in 1779 he was the caretaker of the Masonic lodge of the Three helmets, and in 1811/1812 he was a member of the lodge Temple of Isis [see Wankowicz]. JĂłzef Soltyk in 1787 stayed in Kurozweki at the cousin's [of his father Maciej] home, and here welcomed King Stanislaus Augustus PONIATOWSKI [see Walewski in Volhynia].
Member of Parliament of the Cracow province in 1790; Stanislaw Soltyk b. 1752, d. 1833 - was one of the most active in the preparation of the Constitution in 1791.
In 1794, on a secret mission from Kosciuszko to the Viennese court, interned by the Austrians [see above on PASZKOWSKI and FISZER]; 1795 in exile, he played a leading role, and was one of the first initiators of the Italian's legions,
was imprisoned several times by the Prussians and the Austrians; and
Stanislaw Soltyk in 1802 was (along with Tadeusz Czacki) the initiator of the Commercial Association, for export of grain through the Black Sea [see HORODYSKI, Szaniawski].
The president of the Central Committee of the Patriotic Society. 1826-1829, a state prisoner, chaired the 1829 conspiracy; after the outbreak of the November Uprising, Stanislaw Soltyk b. 1752, d. 1833 was honored as the patriarch of the struggle for freedom.

Below is a short description about RETTINGER, and on the family Zamoyski [see Marjanna Zamoyski / Marianna Zamoyska + KIEDRZYNSKI].

Michal Zdzislaw Zamoyski (1679 - 1735) was the 6th Ordynat of Zamosc estate. His children inter alia:
1. Tomasz Antoni Zamoyski,
2. Jan Jakub Zamoyski
(b. 1716, died in 1790, IX Ordynat; Ludwika Maria Poniatowska born 1728, in 1745 married Jan Jakub Zamoyski, with daughter Urszula Zamoyska. Ludwika Maria Poniatowska died in 1781, was daughter of Stanislaw Poniatowski and sister of the King of Poland - Stanislaw August Poniatowski; mentioned above her daughter Urszula Zamoyska (1750-1806), was best known as Ursula Mniszech.
Ludwika Maria Poniatowska had the second daughter - Brygida / Maria Brygida Galecki / Brygida Galecka
- see about Radolinski, Fiszer, Wola Pszczolecka, Kosciuszko; see at my webpages on Venture, Sulkowski, Murat, Paszkowski, Szaniawski, Armand),
and 3. Andrzej Hieronim Zamoyski.

Count Wladislaw Zamoyski 1853-1924, was closest friend of Jozef Rettinger / Retinger who was born in Cracow, in Austria-Hungary (see more at my webpages) - his father, JĂłzef Stanislaw Retinger, was the personal legal counsel and adviser to Count Wladyslaw Zamoyski.
Acc. to Wikipedia: when Retinger's father died, Count Zamoyski took JĂłzef into his household. Financed by Count Zamoyski, Retinger entered the Sorbonne in 1906, and two years later became the youngest person to earn a Ph.D. there at age twenty. He moved to England in 1911, where his closest friend was Polish writer Joseph Conrad. See the European Union (EU) and its origins from the European Coal and Steel Community and the European Economic Community.

Now we back to SZANIAWSKI:

In Gniezno in 1780, Aniela Joanna Borzecka, the daughter of Piotr BORZECKI and Aniela nee Siekierzedzka, married BORZECKI / Borzedzki, versus Wojciech SZANIAWSKI and Anna Borzecka. Inf. about Lucja Galecka.

Note:

JĂłzef Drzewiecki, born 1772 in Juskowice, d. 1852, MP in 1792, Colonel in 1794, since 1817 the Krzemieniec county marshal of the nobility. He was Karol's / Charles's father and grandfather of Stefan Drzewiecki - the pioneer of the underwater navigation (see Duflon and Breguet in St Petersburg ! - Apollon Konstantynowicz + Anna ARMAND from Moscow, descendant in straight line from MARIA PASZKOWSKA and her father FRANCISZEK PASZKOWSKI);
diarist;
Jozef DRZEWIECKI was son of Felicjan Raphael (chamberlain of Krzemieniec) and Anna Bledowski; 1792 MP from Volyn. At Maciejowice was captured (taken to Taszan), soon freed with helps of generals Kamienski, Kniaziewicz and Sierakowski.
In the conspiracy in Lviv (1795-1796), founded the underground club in Warsaw.
After a long way by the Vienna-Karlsbad-Leipzig-Zurich-Mestre reached in 1797 the Legions, at headquarters in the rank of captain. In Rome at the Council of Economic;
with Kniaziewicz participated in a mission to Paris to the Directorate in 1799; 1799-1801 the Danubian Legion, and together with Kniaziewicza and Stanislaw FISZER / Fisher (see Wola Pszczolecka; and Kosciuszko in 1794 and also Madame Fiszer in Paris) resigned in Florence on June 10, 1801, and then returned to the country. He collaborated with Tadeusz Czacki;
a co-founder of the Black Sea Trade Association on July 27, 1802 (see Horodyski, Szaniawski and Odessa).

Melchior JĂłzef Neyman ca 1764 - 1835, in 1799 served to the French army, he was send to gen. Charles Kniaziewicz in April 1799; acted with JOZEF KLEMENS Szaniawski;
he was then as a second lieutenant in the French colonial army in Guadeloupe. Meanwhile he had to leave Paris to Italy because was
close to the Polish Republicans (also Maleszewski - see Sulkowski, Breguet and Venture de PARADISE) and Bernadotte send him to the headquarters of the French army in Italy;
Joubert assigned him to his headquarters; but Sokolnicki decided to keep him in Paris (see Kniaziewicz, Kosciuszko and Bonneau); October 1799 he came to Genoa. Joubert was killed at Novi, and Neyman tried to get to the Danubian Legion (see Fiszer and Radolinski family) and its commander Kniaziewicz did not agree to his party. J. Championnet, Joubert's successor on the position of commander in chief of the Italian army, given support to Neyman. But after the death of Championnet, NEYMAN - as a Jacobin - lost position - the new Chief of Staff Ch. Oudinot did not agree to keep him on the staff and directed him in 1800 to Laboissiere's division; Neyman was the chief of staff of the cavalry right wing of gen. Dupont with support of his friend, Wladyslaw Jablonowski. NEYMAN was now colonel. 1801 he took a leave and left for Paris. Here again, wrote against Dabrowski; when he returned to Poland ?
1806 was already in the country, in Volhynia and Podolia, in connection with Napoleon plans; acted with August Trzecieski, also with the French authorities, to prepare on the south-east uprising.
This area was penetrated at the end of 1802 by the commercial house 'Trzecieski, Horodyski et comp.' for increasing trade in the Black Sea. Neyman was sent by conspirators at the Volyn in January 1807 and in February back to Warsaw (Suchet); with ANDRZEJ HORODYSKI / Andrew Horodyski wrote to Talleyrand, which pointed the possibility of uprising in Volhynia and Podolia, against the Russian garrisons (Mareta);

NEYMAN together with Michal Kochanowski {Michał Ambroży Kochanowski b. 1757 in Sandomierz, died in 1832 in Warsaw, MP}, Antoni Gliszczyriski [A. Gliszczynski], Horodyski and Jozef KLEMENS Szaniawski wrote memorial to Talleyrand against the magnates, presented the need to reorganize the army, vocation of Kosciuszko, and remove the Prussian officials.

At the same time the radicals tried to get on public opinion.
Next Szaniawski, Horodyski, Gliszczyriski [A. and K. Gliszczynski] et al., announced in "Warsaw Newspaper" 3 Letters (to Szaniawski, Maleszewski and Jan Nepomuk Malachowski).
During the Polish-Austrian War of 1809 under the orders of Jozef Poniatowski Neyman was assigned deputy of General J. Niemojewski, commander of the department of Lomza, the military commissar was Dominik Kuczynski. Then he belonged to the garrison of the fortress Serock (commander was Niemojewski) and took part in the battle of Warsaw; 1811 to 1812 was recorded as the former colonel,
a member of the "Temple of Isis".
Probably lived in Warsaw, died on September 20, 1835 near Opalenica. The mother of his illegitimate children was unmarried Marianna Wylezelowska (Wilezenowska), with whom he had two sons: Napoleon, born in Murzynowo 1811, a veteran of 1830 and 1848; and Alexander Charles Joseph NEYMAN, in 1816, a prisoner of State in 1846, soldier of 1848.
Opalenica - west of Poznan.

Mentioned above
Andrzej Michal Horodyski b. 1773 in Baworowo, d. 1847 / 1857, politician, translator, freemason; the son of Antoni HORODYSKI, of Kiev, and Justyna Marchocki; 1796 was an activist of Centralization of Lviv.
1798 moved to Warsaw, where he became director, after E. Mycielski, of the Society of Polish Republicans, as Andrzej Dumanski. In 1801, ran encrypted correspondence with H. Kollataja.
In 1802, formed in Odessa the store of Trzycieski, Horodyski et comp.; also with P. Maleszewski, J. K. Szaniawski and J. Drzewiecki. In 1831 Minister of Foreign Affairs.

See:
1. C. C. Rulhiere: "Historia bezrzadu Polski", t. 1, Warszawa 1808; translator with S. Staszic, F. K. Dmochowski and A. Horodyski, A. and K. Gliszczynski.
2. Krysinski: "List do JĂłzefa Kalasantego Szaniawskiego", that is Dominik Krysinski wrote to J. K. Szaniawski [JĂłzef Kalasanty Szaniawski (1764 - 1843)] on 23 July 1807 in WARSAW.
Krysinski quotes Szaniawski, who discussed at "Gazeta Warszawska".
Dominik Krysinski born 1785, died 1853 in Warsaw, Polish scientist and economist, freemason, representative of Polish liberal classical economics. Professor of Economics at the School of Administration and Law. Member of the Society of Friends of Science. He came from the Jewish family.
Member of the Parliament in Warsaw in 1818. In 1813 he married Eleonora Jozefowicz. In 1812 he joined the Confederation of the Polish Kingdom.

Jezewice / Jezewice, close to Tarczyn, and Piaseczno, south-west of Warsaw, belonged to Dominik Krysinski (1785 - 1853 in Warsaw), Polish scientist and economist, Freemason, a representative of the Polish liberal mainstream.
It is known that he came from a family of baptized Jews, like later known economist, Ludwik Wolowski
[Ludwik Franciszek Michal Reymond Wolowski / Louis François Michel Raymond Wolowski, 1810 - Warsaw, d. 1876 in Gisors, French economist and advocate of Polish origin, journalist and social activist. Family Wolowski derived from Elisha Szor, descendant of Naphtali, who was a rabbi of Lublin. His daughter Ludwika married PASSY. His brothers: Kazimierz / Casimir Wolowski and Félix / FELIKS Wolowski. His sister Alexandrine Faucher (Wolowska), 1812 - 1905, granddaughter of Franciszek Lukasz Wolowski who was the son of Salomon. Wife of Léon Léonard Joseph Faucher, 1803 - 1854, a French politician and economist. In 1843 he visited England to study the English social system. Under the presidency of Louis Napoleon he became minister of public works, and then minister of the interior].
After graduating at high school in Warsaw, DOMINIK Krysinski went to study in Germany and in Paris; returning to Warsaw began to participate in the creation of the Faculty of Law and Administration at Warsaw University. He was the first professor of political economy at the university. In 1819 he bought Jezewice. 1818, Dominik Krysinski was a MP of the Kingdom of Poland.
He married in Warsaw, on January 31, 1813, Eleonora JĂłzefowicz born in NadwĂłrna in 1793, south of Stanislawow, died in Warsaw on 30 June 1877, the daughter of Michal JĂłzefowicz. His witnesses were the two future generals Jan and Ksawery Krysinski, his brothers. They had four children:
A. Zygmunt (1814-1888), famous Warsaw lawyer, who married in 1845 to Celina (or Cecylia) Wolowska (1826-1845);
B. Michal Franciszek (born in 1815);
C. Felicja Henryka (born 1820), who married Jan Michal Szymanowski (1790-?), son of Michal Szymanowski and Ewa Zielinska;
D. Ksawery Jan Teodor (born 1825), who married Amelia Maria Wolowska (1832-?), daughter of Franciszek Wolowski and Justyna Julianna Niesiolowska;
KSAWERY'S daughter was poet Maria Anastazja Wincentyna Krysinska (1857 in Warsaw - died in PARIS, 1908) / Marie Anastasie, in Paris studied harmony and composition at the Conservatoire Music, became the active member of the literary circles of the Hydropaths, the Zutists, the "Hirsutes" and the "Jemenfoutistes".
Above Michal JĂłzefowicz b. ca 1760, d. 1815 - Warszawa.

DOMINIK KRYSINSKI after the uprising was removed from any political offices, and research positions; tsarist government confiscated his property; Krysinski died in obscurity on April 17, 1853. Jezewice were - at the beginning of the nineteenth century - the property of Ksawery Zychlinski. After his death, his successor was Teodor Zychlinski (geologist and journalist, author and publisher). In 1819, bought it Dominik Krysinski, one of the most prominent Polish economists of that time, Member of Parliament in 1818 and in 1831, a professor at the Warsaw School of Administration and Law and a lecturer at the University of Warsaw.

Felicja Henryka Krysinska, m. Szymanowska (b. 1821) daughter of Dominik Krysinski, owner of Jezowice / JEZEWICE close to Warsaw, and his wife Eleonora JĂłzefowicz;
Felicja m. in 1843 to Jan Michal Szymanowski b. 1805, son of Michal Szymanowski and Ewa Zielinska; JAN was prosecutor of the Appeal Court of the Polish Kingdom; then Jan SZYMANOWSKI was the member of the Council of State to the Polish Kingdom, professor of the School of Economics; he died Jan. 1864. Felicja nee Krysinski m. SZYMANOWSKA, died March 1891.

Above named Jan Michal Szymanowski, 1805 - 31 JAN. / 12 II 1864 - Warszawa, a member of the Council of State of the Kingdom of Poland, student of the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law and Administration, Law section, entry 11 IX 1823; 1826 he graduated with a degree in law and started his applications in the Civil Court in Warsaw. In 1829 he was an assistant professor, married 1st time to Karpinska ? In 1832 Assessor of the Court in Warsaw. In Dec. 1834 deputy judge of the Criminal Court in Warsaw. In 1836-1841 the sub- prosecutor; in 1842-1850 the deputy prosecutor; in 1851-1861 he served as assistant to the Chief Prosecutor of the 9th Senate Department. 1862 appointed a temporary member of the Council of State, and on 17 November 1863 prof.; married in 1843, Warsaw, to Felicja Henryka Krysinski born 1820/1821-1891 with son 1854-1893; and with 2 daughters.

Jan Michal Szymanowski 1805-1864 was the son of mentioned Michal and Ewa Zielinska. Michal Szymanowski and Ewa Zielinska had first son 1794-1857 who married MARKIEWICZ 1803-1857, and they had son Michal Alfred JĂłzef Szymanowski 1830-1889. Michal Szymanowski b. ca 1760, and Ewa Zielinska [1760-1832] had two more sons: b. 1801 and named JAN MICHAL SZYMANOWSKI born 1790 or in 1805- died 1864 with three children: b. 1844, b. 1848, and born 1854.

Named Felicja Henryka (born 1820), a daughter of Dominik Krysinski, married in 1843 Jan Michal Szymanowski (1790-?) that is Felicja married Jan Michal Szymanowski. Son of named Felicja Henryka Krysinski born 1820/1821-1891 was Jan Aleksander Szymanowski 1854-1893 in Warsaw. Named above Felicja Henryka Szymanowska (Krysinska) daughter of Dominik Krysinski and Eleonora; was the sister of Zygmunt Jan Michal Krysinski; Michal Franciszek Krysinski and Ksawery Jan Franciszek Krysinski. Above Ksawery Jan Franciszek Krysinski b. 1825 in Jezowice, died 1905 in Warszawa; was the husband of Amelia Maria WOLOWIEC from OPATOW, and 2nd Natalia Emilia WENDEL; father of Jan Krysinski; and Eugenia Irena Guzek. Above Dominik Krysinski b. in 1785 in Warszawa, d. 1853 in Warszawa.
In 1824 - 1827, Jan Toczyski [heir of property] filed a lawsuit against Jozef Wolowski and Israel Wassertzug [tenants] about income tax and about payment for Russian military. Named Jan Toczyski b. ca 1760, died in 1837, was the son of Kazimierz TOCZYSKI and Domicela Bielska. Jan died in Rokitno, close to BLONIE, 14 km north-west of OTREBUSY, and 28 km east to GUZOW of OGINSKI ! Jan Toczyski married in ca 1780 to Anna Krystyna Szymanowska 1765-1845, daughter of Dyzma Szymanowski 1719-1784. Relatives of Stefania Helena Nepomucena Toczyska from Oltarzew in 1800. His father: Kazimierz Toczyski, b. ca 1740.


We back again to
JĂłzef Kalasanty Szaniawski.
He wrote letters to M. A. Horodyski in 1809-1815, and to Franciszek Paszkowski in 1810 [a letter to Colonel Franciszek Paszkowski]. During the Kosciuszko insurrection, he was one of the Polish Jacobins (member of the Deputation to the Education Commission).
JĂłzef Kalasanty Szaniawski, 1764-1843 [married in Pawlowice, west to Leszno, close to PONIEC and OPOROWO; Smilowo and Rokosowo; TWORZANICE], the son of Antoni SZANIAWSKI and Konkordia Lipinska.
JĂłzef Kalasanty Szaniawski in 1788, married in Pawlowice to Joanna Julianna BORZECKA [see KALINOWSKI and Wola Pszczolecka; Mielzynski - Billewicz - Merkel].

Named above Antoni Szaniawski married 1st to Konkordia Lipinska in the Mieleszyn parish;
in named Mieleszyn in July 1776, Antoni Szaniawski married second to Joanna nee Szczepkowski, 1 voto Tymieniecka.

Parish of St Mary Magdalene in Mieleszyn - the Roman Catholic parish belonging to the Boleslawiec deanery of the diocese of Kalisz.
Mieleszyn near to Wieruszow, is situated close to CHOBOT; 9 km south-east to Wieruszow; south to CHOBANIN; east to MROCZEN and OPATOW.
JĂłzef Kalasanty Szaniawski's brother:
JAN SZANIAWSKI married Teresa BORZECKA in 1792, in the Pniewy parish; 1797 she was living in CzarnkĂłw parish.

Named Antoni Szaniawski b. ca 1730, was an official in Pomorze. His wife named Konkordia Lipinska.

Brief note on:

1. JĂłzef Antoni Szaniawski, the son of Ignacy SZANIAWSKI and Julia Tarczylo. In 1985, he was arrested and falsely accused of collaborating with the CIA. The military court sentenced him to 10 years in prison, from which he left in December 1989. Jozef Szaniawski was born in Oct. 1944 in LWOW, to IGNACY Schneier-Szaniawski, from Czortkow; then in Warsaw and LWOW. Ignacy Szaniawski (Schnajer) / Schneier-Szaniawski / Ignacy Szaniawski of CZORTKOW, b. ca 1914.

2. JĂłzef Szaniawski died in 1808; in Wachock in 1782; Cracow, and Sandomierz. The son of Filip Nereusz Szaniawski and Ludwika Zaluska.

3. JĂłzef Szaniawski (b. ca 1670, died ca 1729) of Luck and Lublin, 1709 and in 1716 - 1725.

4.
Jan Kanty Szaniawski was born in 1764 or 1760, to JĂłzef Tomasz Szaniawski and Zofia Podczaska. JĂłzef was born in 1734, in Galewice.
Jan Kanty Szaniawski, 1764 - 1835 / 1836 or died in 1839, married Agnieszka Psarski, born in 1780.
They had son Teofil Kazimierz Szaniawski.

Jan Kanty Szaniawski (1764-1836) was the Attorney in Wielun.

Named JĂłzef SZANIAWSKI was born on March 6, 1734, in Galewice. GALEWICE 18 km north-east-north to MIELESZYN ! Close to KASKI, CHOBANIN. See below.

Jan Kanty Szaniawski with Agnieszka PSARSKA had:
Jan Chryzostom Szaniawski;
Ludwik Bartlomiej Szaniawski {born ca 1816 in GronĂłw, the Sieradz county, married Aniela Rotkiewicz, b. ca 1824 in Kroczyce, the Zawiercie County};
Teofil Kazimierz Szaniawski
and JĂłzef Gabriel Szaniawski.

Jan Kanty Szaniawski was the half brother of Jakub Szaniawski.

Above JĂłzef Szaniawski was born in 1734, in Galewice; the brother {?} of ANTONI SZANIAWSKI, b. ca 1730, who married close to WIERUSZOW - Mieleszyn, close to CHOBOT; 9 km south-east to Wieruszow. South to CHOBANIN; east to MROCZEN and OPATOW. Died in 1792. JOZEF Szaniawski was the son of Kazimierz Szaniawski and Marianna.
JĂłzef Tomasz Szaniawski married Zofia Podczaska and 2nd Konstancja KOBYLANSKI / Kobylanska,
with 1.
Jan Kanty Szaniawski, 1764-1839, m. ca 1800, to Agnieszka Psarska;
2. Jakub Szaniawski
{+ BIALECKA with Karol Jan Szaniawski born 1812
[with Bronislawa Marianna Szaniawska; Wladyslaw JĂłzef Szaniawski (b. 1847 in Zalesie, close to Poddebice); Teodor Karol Szaniawski and Czeslaw Jan Szaniawski];
Bazyli Wincenty Szaniawski;
Antoni Innocenty Szaniawski and
Ewa Teofila Szaniawska}.

Named above Kazimierz Szaniawski b. ca 1700. Husband of Marianna; the father of above JĂłzef Szaniawski.

5.
Mentioned Antoni Szaniawski married 1st to Konkordia Lipinska in Mieleszyn; and in Mieleszyn in 1776, Antoni Szaniawski married second to Joanna Szczepkowski-Tymieniecka.

Note on GALEWICE:

Anna Cielecka (ca 1770 - 1838), the proprietress of estates:
Galewice,
Kaski farm close to Galewice, and
Gizyce with Maczniki in the Kalisz province,
m. Adam Wegierski (ca 1770 - 1829), with daughter RĂłza Tekla Wegierska (b. 1804), married in Warsaw in 1829, to Ludwik Fiszer (born 1800 - died in 1877 in Lomza), with daughter
Leokadia JĂłzefa Fiszer (ca 1832 in Zawrocie, close to Wysokie Mazowieckie), m. in 1854 in Wysokie Mazowieckie to Aleksy Sabin Wincenty Kurcyusz b. ca 1830.

GIZYCE - 12 km north to BOBROWNIKI - compare Madalinski and Kiedrzynski.

Marianna Cielecka b. ca 1770, died before 1833, m. Jan Nepomucen Sulimierski b. ca 1770 - died in 1818, owner of Brzeski / Brzesko, son of Michal Sulimierski and Jadwiga Jaroszewska, with children: Maciej, Filip, Teresa:
1. Maciej Wincenty Sulimierski b. ca 1795, proprietor of an estate Stronsko, and Zielecice in the Lask county,
2. Filip Rafal Sulimierski (born in 1797 in Tumusin, close to Zgierz - d. 1843 in Brzeski, in the Szadek county), owner of ChotyszĂłw and Brzeski; married to Balbina Psarska b. ca 1800, 2nd time in 1831 to Bibianna Barbara Dzwonkowska (b. 1810 in Leszczyn, in the Sieradz county - died in 1882), daughter of Tekla nee Borowska b. ca 1780.

The sister of above named Marianna Cielecka b. ca 1770, died before 1833, was mentioned Anna Cielecka (ca 1770 - 1838),
the proprietress of estates Galewice, Kaski farm close to Galewice (Galewice 10 km north-east of Wieruszow and 8 km north- east of Chobanin; KASKI - 2 / 3 km east of above Galewice and east of Domanin; Kaski - 11 km west of LUTUTOW and west of Dymki of the Kiedrzynskis. family; see OLSZOWSKI / Olszewski, Kreski, Madalinski and Psarski families), and Gizyce with Maczniki in the Kalisz province, m. Adam Wegierski (ca 1770 - 1829).

From the Ostrzeszow county come Joachim Count Kreski / Joachim de Kresko Kreski, b. 1723 in Kobylogrod / Kobyla Gora close to Ostrzeszow, died in 1795 in Grebanin, the BaranĂłw parish, close to Kepno.
In 1765 Joachim Count Kreski m. Justyna Magnuska from Kuznica Bobrowska, close to GrabĂłw by Prosna, in the Ostrzeszow county, with daughter
Salomea Elzbieta Cecylia Katarzyna Barbara Kreska born 1767 in Grebanin, d. 1842 in Grebanin;
son Norbert Antoni Ignacy Kreski 1769 in Grebianin;
next son - Florian Stanislaw JĂłzef Kreski / Floryan Stanislaw JĂłzef, b. 1771 in Grebanin, close to Kepno, died in 1838 in Ruda (Maslowice), close to Wielun, marriage in 1803 to Antonina Karsznicka vel Karsnicka from Cieszecin (Weglewice), close to WieruszĂłw and near Galewice;
Adam Jan Ewangelista Franciszek Xawery Kreski m. 1795 to Psarska in Grebanin, he born 1772 in Grebanin, d. 1806;
Maria Joanna Konstancja Kreska / Marya Joanna Konstancya Kreska b. 1774 in Grebanin, m. 1804 to ANDRZEJ KIEDRZYNSKI / Jedrzej Kiedrzynski junior, in Grebanin;
Tekla Kreska 1775 Grebanin, d. 1776;
Wiktoria Ewa Kreska b. 1776 in Grebanin, died in 1815, m. to Rafal Nerski;
Gaudenty Walenty Ignacy Kreski 1778 in Grebanin;
Elzbieta b. 1780 Grebanin, d. 1807, m. Konstanty Rekowski as Elzbieta Wantoch Rekowska;
Franciszek Maksymilian Kreski b. 1782 in Grebanin, d. 1791;
Konstanty Hermenegild Kreski b. 1785 in Grebanin, near BaranĂłw, died in 1850 in Grebanin, married in 1818 to Brygida Kozuchowska / Brigitte Kozuchowska from Zbiersk, close to Stawiszyn, in the Kalisz county.

But we back now to
the MYSZKOWSKI'S:
Jan Myszkowski, 1695 - 1730, owner of Galewice, m. before 1718 to Katarzyna Barbara Maslowska, 1695 - before 1788; she was 2 voto Antoni Ignacy Szeliski who died before 1788; she was daughter of
Andrzej Maslowski born ca 1665 / 1670, officer in Wielun, and
granddaughter of Adam Maslowski (died after 1692), and Urszula Bielska.

Below on Wodziczna / Wodzicze - 3 km south to Pomiany; 4 km south-east to TRZCINICA; 5 km north-east to the ex-Silesian-Austrian border:

Jadwiga Myszkowska [b. ca 1675] m. 1st to Stefan Golygowski / Golyglowski, Goligowski, owner of Pomiany and Wodzicze / WODZICZNA; in 1689 - 1692, Stefan Golychowski / Golyglowski lease village Kurow in the Wielun county [7 km north to MOKRSKO; 4 km north-west to TUROW; west of WIELUN; also see KIEDRZYNSKI], next of kin to Franciszka Antonina Trzcinska, b. 1693, in Trzcinica; in 1692 named Kurow lease Michal Myszkowski of Dabrowa.

Named Andrzej Maslowski 1660 / 1665 / 1670 - d. 1720 / 1742, was the owner of Ruda close to Wielun [south-east to Wielun, 5 km], Mierzyce, ToporĂłw, PrzewĂłz;
he lived in Pomiany close to Trzcinica

[POMIANY, 2 km to east of Trzcinica - 18 km south to KEPNO in Poland to 1793, in the Wielun county; Trzcinica was owned to 1812 by the Trzcinski family; then to German family. Is situated 12 km south to GREBANIN - see Kreski and Kiedrzynski, in the Ostrzeszow county, in 1793 to Prussia. 1807 to the Duchy of Warsaw. But Wieruszow in 1815 to Russia. BRALIN was in Silesia; but TRZCINICA was 10 km east to the Silesia ex-border],

1st wife of Andrzej Maslowski in 1695 was Katarzyna Chmielinska, daughter of Piotr CHMIELINSKI.

Maslowski Andrzej with Katarzyna Chmielinska had children:
1. Anna Zofia Maslowska, b. 1698, owner of Lubojnia [LUBOJNA - 8 km east to KAMYK of Kiedrzynski ! and 9 km west to KOSCIELEC of Madalinski],
2. Krystyna m. an owner of Strzyzew / Strzyzewo,
3. Jadwiga Aleksandra b. 1699 m. Pawel Fundament Karsnicki,
4. Katarzyna Barbara,
5. RĂłza,
6. Jan Chryzostom owner of Rudniki, and Malyszyn [7 km north-east to WIELUN - see KUROW; north to Ruda],
7. Karol Boromeusz MASLOWSKI - owner of Stronsk / STRONSKO, d. 1795, officer in Ostrzeszow, m. Jadwiga Karsnicka, with
A. Kunegunda Ewa Anna Maslowska b. 1743 in Ruda m. 1759-64, to Franciszek Ksawery Walewski owner of Wola Wiazowa, son of Franciszek Walewski and Teodora Walewska.

In 1781 named above owner of Wola Wiazowa, Franciszek Walewski / Franciszek Ksawery Walewski, 1739 - 1796, an official in Ostrzeszow in 1765, 1772, 1775, 1778 - 1796, m. in 1784, in the Kobyla GĂłra parish, in MYSLNIEW, 4 km to Silesia, to Konstancja Psarska b. before 1770, daughter of Fryderyk Jakub Psarski 1730-1805 and his wife Ksawera Franciszka Bardzinska, 1753-1814. Franciszek Ksawery Walewski, 1739 - 1796, was married three times: TERESA NIEMOJOWSKA-PSARSKA, b. ca 1730 - a marriage in 1760; unknown - marriage ca 1778 [or to Kunegunda Ewa Anna Maslowska b. 1743 in Ruda, marriage in 1759-64]; and in 1779 or in 1784, in Myslniew, west to Ostrzeszow, to Konstancja Psarska a daughter of Fryderyk Jakub Psarski.

Franciszek Ksawery Walewski owner of Wola Wiazowa, was the son of Franciszek Walewski with his 3rd wife [a marriage in STRONSKO]. Franciszek senior was born ca 1675 / 1690 / 1710 - died in 1745 in Rusiec; the 3rd wife was Teodora Walewska.

Franciszek Walewski from the 1st marriage had also a son Aleksander Walewski, official in PiotrkĂłw (1778), in Rozprza (1748), in Cracow in 1740, married Elzbieta Mecinska of Wieruszow and JEDLNO !

We back to
Jan Myszkowski, 1695 - 1730, owner of Galewice, m. before 1718 to Katarzyna Barbara Maslowska 1695 - before 1788, she was 2 voto to Antoni Ignacy Szeliski who died before 1788; she was daughter of Andrzej Maslowski born ca 1665 / 1670, officer in Wielun,
son of Adam Maslowski (died after 1692), and Urszula Bielska. Above JAN Myszkowski had son Karol Myszkowski b. in 1723 in Galewice, bpt. in Cieszecin - died in 1779 / 1784 [godfather was Jan Maslowski, and his wife Jadwiga nee Myszkowska].

KAROL Myszkowski was the owner of Galewice, Tokary, GozdĂłw
[TOKARY 5 km nort-west to Gluchow; and GOZDOW west to GLUCHOW, at way to BEDZIECHOW and to Zdzary - see Kiedrzynski, Konopnicki, Pstrokonski],
Police,
but was living in Galewice in 1757 - 60, Captain in 1761.
KAROL Myszkowski m. Justyna Niwska died after 1802, owner of Gostyczyna; Justyna Niwska-Myszkowska sold Gostyczyna in 1801; Justyna was the daughter of Piotr Niwski d. 1763, owner of Gostyczyna (in 1751; 10 km south to KALISZ), MilejĂłw [2 km north- east to TOKARY], and Tokary
[Jan Myszkowski, 1695 - 1730, owner of Galewice, m. before 1718 to Katarzyna Barbara Maslowska 1695 - before 1788, she was 2 voto to Antoni Ignacy Szeliski who died before 1788; she was daughter of Andrzej Maslowski born ca 1665 / 1670, officer in Wielun, son of Adam Maslowski (died after 1692), and Urszula Bielska. Above JAN Myszkowski had son Karol Myszkowski b. in 1723 in Galewice, bpt. in Cieszecin - died in 1779 / 1784].

HIERONIM Myszkowski b. ca 1550, died after 1577 [he was the son of Hieronim senior b. ca 1500, and grandson of Marcin Myszkowski b. ca 1448, and Zuzanna LASKI; Marcin was born 1448, son of Piotr Myszkowski and Agnieszka KOBYLANSKA];
with son
Waclaw Myszkowski b. ca 1600 - died in 1663/1666 + Zofia Podczaszanka Mirzowska;
and grandson
Mikolaj Myszkowski (1640, bpt in KozieglĂłwki, 3 km south-east to Kozieglowy, south of Czestochowa - d. 1713) owner of Dabrowa, and Galewice (from hands of wife Aleksadra Grodzicki), married also to unknown Anna,
with the son
Jan Myszkowski (ca 1695 - d. 1730, Galewice), owner of Galewice.

See:
Ludwik Bartlomiej Szaniawski (b. 1816 in GronĂłw, 9 km east to ZLOCZEW and 18 km west to Widawa), owner of Kroczyce [17 km south to LELOW; close to Lgota Murowana], and Malowana Wola;
was the son of Jan Kanty Szaniawski (ca 1764 - d. 1839), owner of Ochle
[at half way from Widawa to Wola Wiazowa; 9 km west to RESTARZEW],
Gromadzice in the Wielun county [6 km north-west to Maslowice; 11 km north to WIELUN];
and Agnieszka Psarska b. ca 1770 - d. after 1844, in 1803 she was single and she was living in Radoszowice close to OsjakĂłw [RADOSZEWICE - 9 km south-east to OSJAKOW or Radoszowice], daughter of Wladyslaw Psarski, granddaughter of Franciszek Ksawery PSARSKI.

We back to MYSZKOWSKI:

Mikolaj Myszkowski (1640 - d. 1713), the owner of Dabrowa and Galewice;
m. Anna;
they had son Jan Myszkowski (b. ca 1695 - d. 1730 in Galewice), official in Wenden, the owner of Galewice; JAN married Katarzyna Barbara Maslowska b. ca 1695 - d. after 1754, daughter of Andrzej Maslowski b. ca 1670 - d. before 1742, official in Wielun;
ANDRZEJ Maslowski was the son of Adam Maslowski and Urszula Bielska. the wife of named ANDRZEJ was Katarzyna Chmielinska / Chmielewska.

Above JAN had son
Karol Myszkowski b. in 1723 in Galewice, bpt. in Cieszecin - died in 1779 / 1784, godfather was Jan Maslowski, and his wife Jadwiga nee Myszkowska; KAROL was the owner of Galewice, Tokary, GozdĂłw [TOKARY 5 km nort-west to Gluchow; and GOZDOW west to GLUCHOW, at way to BEDZIECHOW and to Zdzary - see Kiedrzynski, Konopnicki, Pstrokonski], Police, but was living in Galewice in 1757 - 60, Captain in 1761.
KAROL Myszkowski m. Justyna Niwska died after 1802, owner of Gostyczyna; Justyna Niwska-Myszkowska sold Gostyczyna in 1801; Justyna was the daughter of Piotr Niwski d. 1763, owner of Gostyczyna (in 1751; 10 km south to KALISZ), MilejĂłw [2 km north- east to TOKARY], and Tokary.
Son of named KAROL:
Cyprian Justyn Franciszek Myszkowski b. 1763, Galewice, bpt. in Cieszecin - d. in above Tokary - close to GLUCHOW;
and grandson of KAROL MYSZKOWSKI: Adam Ignacy Ananiasz b. 1804, Tokary - d. 1864, Warszawa, owner of Kustrzyce, PrzymilĂłw and mentioned MilejĂłw; in 1833 owner of RojkĂłw.

Compare - Andrzej Milkowski b. ca 1770 - d. after 1831/1849, official in Wschowa; the owner of Macew [17 km north-west to KALISZ], and MilejĂłw.

Compare:
Swiato Jeziory / Swietojeziory / Ĺ venteĹľeris - in the Sejny district, a region of Lozdzieje, located about 9 km east to LOZDZIEJE. In the 18th century, belonged to Dominik Radziwill. Then, Swietojeziory / Ĺ venteĹľeris to Mikolaj Myszkowski until 1863.
Then the estate broke up on a few parts. The farm passed to Mendel Burak.
That is Mikolaj Myszkowski (b. in 1806, in the DoruchĂłw parish, 13 km east to OSTRZESZOW ! - in Przytocznica 4 km north-west to DoruchĂłw. See SUWALKI !).
He was the son of Hipolit Ignacy Karol Myszkowski (1760 in Komorniki close to Poznan - d. 1828, Zapolice, 3 km east to STRONSKO; in the Stronsko parish - 9 km south-west to Zdunska Wola);
the grandson of WOJCIECH who had 4 wives;
named Wojciech Stanislaw Myszkowski (b. 1727, Galewice, bpt in Cieszecin - d. 1795, Galewice) was the brother of Karol Myszkowski b. 1723, Galewice {godfather was Jan Maslowski + Jadwiga Maslowska-Myszkowska};
the great-grandson of Jan Myszkowski b. 1695 - d. 1730, Galewice, official in Wenden, the owner of Galewice, north-east to Wieruszow and CHOBANIN; who was the son of
Mikolaj Myszkowski (1640 - 1713), the owner of Dabrowa / Dabrowka [4 km east to Galewice] and Galewice; m. Anna.

Mentioned above Mikolaj Myszkowski, 1640-1713, owner of Ruda close to Wielun [5 km south-east to WIELUN; east to MOKRSKO ! - see Jan Paszkowski], and Galewice [13 km north-east to WIERUSZOW], m. Aleksandra Grodzicka, 1640 - 1668, with:
1. Chryzostom Mikolaj Myszkowski, born ca 1675 or b. 1665-1709 m. Jadwiga Karsnicka of Wielun,
2. Jadwiga Myszkowska, died in 1725 m. Stefan Golygowski owner of Kurow (see Kiedrzynski) [8 km west to WIELUN],
3. Elzbieta Myszkowska m. before 1692 to Adam Kiedrzynski.
Elzbieta Myszkowska b. ca 1675, d. before 1724, m. Adam Kiedrzynski b. ca 1660 / 1670, but in 1724 Eleonora Rozdrazewska was widow after death of Adam Kiedrzynski; Eleonora was then wife of Jan Relo.

The brother of named JADWIGA and ELZBIETA was [previously mistaken] Mikolaj / Chryzostom Mikolaj Myszkowski b. ca 1675 - d. 1709, the owner of Galewice [13 km north-east to WIERUSZOW], m. in 1702 in Kruszyna north-east to Czestochowa [east to Cykarzew; 13 km north-east to KOSCIELEC of MADALINSKI; 16 km south to JEDLNO of Walewski - see Izydor Kiedrzynski], to Jadwiga Fundament Karsnicka b. ca 1680.


LUBOMIRSKI in Uchanie; KRUSZYNA close to JEDLNO; Dubrowna by the DNIEPR river:

Uchanie -

in 1853 the small city belonged to Feliks Szydlowski, married Css Wladyslawa Poletylo; in 1877 all estate bought by Duke Stefan Lubomirski; 1918 - owned by Raciszewski.

Named Stefan Andrzej Lubomirski (1862 - June 1941), the first president of the Polish Olympic Committee. He was born in Dubrowna, as son of Eugeniusz Lubomirski. In 1891 he married Natalia, the daughter of Tomasz Zamoyski. They were living in Kruszyna, south to JEDLNO of the WALEWSKI's.

Uchanie - old small city, close to Jaroslawiec, in the Uchanie parish, 21 km north-west to Hrubieszow, and east to Wojslawice.

KRUSZYNA - 16 km south to JEDLNO; north-east to Koscielec, Madalin, Marianka Redzinska [see below on BLESZYNSKI and KOSCIELEC].

Dubrowna by the DNIEPR river;
ca 19 / 28 km north-east to ORSZA [see TRUBECKI family and Tallinn]. At present in the Witebsk district; in the 18th century in the Orsza county, of the Witebsk province.

DUBROWNA belonged to the Hlebowiczs, the to Sapieha; the land included in 1772 to Russia; in the 19th century owned by the Lubomirskis.
Eugeniusz Adolf Lubomirski, Duke, b. 1825 in Dubrowna, d. 1911 in Kruszyna, north to Czestochowa and south to JEDLNO of the Walewskis. He was political activist, art collector and bibliophile. The son of Eugeniusz Lubomirski senior and Maria Czacka.
Eugeniusz Adolf Lubomirski, Duke, was the brother of Jan Tadeusz Lubomirski, and of Wladyslaw Emanuel Lubomirski.
Eugeniusz Adolf Lubomirski, Duke, the 1st marriage in 1850 in Warsaw to Krystyna Lubomirska; 2nd to RĂłza Zofia Zamoyska in 1859, with 6 children:
Wladyslaw; Stanislaw Sebastian; Stefan; Konstanty Eugeniusz Lubomirski; RĂłza Zofia + Artur Wladyslaw Potocki; Krystyna Maria + Wladyslaw Tyszkiewicz.
Eugeniusz Adolf Lubomirski, Duke, was the owner of: Dubrowna, Uchanie and Kruszyna {1862}.

Above Eugeniusz Lubomirski senior, 1789 - 1834, the owner of Dubrowna by the DNIEPR river close to ORSHA

{see below on the genealogy of Jan Tadeusz Lubomirski b. 1826 in Dubrowna / Dubrovno, the Moghilov government; d. 1908, son of Eugeniusz Lubomirski. Eugeniusz Lubomirski b. 1789, d. 1834, landowner of Dubrovno close to Orsha from his father KSAWERY; EUGENIUSZ was the son of Ksawery Lubomirski / Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski 1747-1819, and Teofila Rzewuski / Teofila Beydo-Rzewuska 1762-1831}.

I wrote down above that Eugeniusz Lubomirski senior, 1789 - 1834, was the son of Ksawery Lubomirski and Teofila Rzewuska; the brother of the Russian General Konstanty Lubomirski.
Eugeniusz Lubomirski senior, married Maria Czacka, with 3 sons: Wladyslaw Emanuel (1824), Eugeniusz Adolf (1824 / 1825) and Jan Tadeusz Lubomirski (1826).
Above Ksawery Lubomirski / Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski, 1747 - 1819, the Sieciechow official, the Russian General. The son of Stanislaw Lubomirski, of Kiev; in 1772 official in Sieciechow; owner of 9 small cities - Smila. In 1777 served the Russian Army; 1783 General Major; 1787 he sold Smila and Szpola to Grigorij Potiomkin. He was married three times: Antonina Potocka the daughter of Franciszek Salezy Potocki; Teofila Rzewuska; Maria Lwowna Naryszkina.

It was 1914, the start of the Great War.
But when this war finished, Beseler, as German Governor-General in 1916, proclaimed the German Empire by the occupying powers and Austria - Hungary agreed establishment of an independent Kingdom of Poland. With active help of his close employee Bogdan Hutten - Czapski, he created the new Polish-language Warsaw University and the Technical University of Warsaw.
On 10 November 1918, back to Warsaw, JĂłzef Pilsudski; Zdzislaw Lubomirski and Adam Koc in the night 09/10 November, 1918 received message about Pilsudski; by Lubomirski's car, Pilsudski arrived to Lubomirski house. Count Bogdan Hutten-Czapski, was looking at this situation from distance, but at Warsaw Castle talked with Hans Hartwig Beseler on Pilsudski; at this moment Sosnkowski moved at Moniuszki avenue. Beseler fled on November 12, with his two aides and Polish officers on a ship on the Vistula river, from Warsaw to Thorn and from there to Berlin.
His [BESELER] contemporaries Hutten - Czapski, Prince Hermann von Hatzfeld and Maria Princess Lubomirska - wife of Jan Tadeusz Lubomirski - expressed their praise of him; Hutten - Czapski: BESELER was 'The Inspector General of the engineer and pioneer corps and the fortresses had also acquired management experience. ... with a refined and perfect - looking character...'.

Above Prince Zdzislaw Lubomirski, a Polish aristocrat, landowner, chairman of the "Central Civil Committee" in 1915. 1917 to 1918 member of the Regency Council.

Zdzislaw Lubomirski born 1865 in Nizhny Novgorod, the son of Prince Jan Tadeusz Lubomirski {see above his genealogy}, and Maria Zamoyska; he attended Krakow's St. Anna High School; Jagiellonian University and University of Graz.

Maria Lubomirska b. 1841, d. 1922, daughter of Zdzislaw Zamoyski Count; she was wife of Jan Tadeusz Lubomirski Prince, and she was mother of Zdzislaw Lubomirski (b. on April 4, 1865, in Nizny Nowogrod, d. 1943); above Jan Tadeusz Lubomirski b. 1826 in Dubrowna in the Mohylow region, d. 1908, m. Maria nee Zamoyska; Zdzislaw Lubomirski m. Maria nee Branicka; mentioned above Nizhny Novgorod / Nizhniy Novgorod / Nizhny Novgorod in Russia.
Above Zdzislaw Zamoyski:
Zdzislaw Zamoyski Count, 1810 Warsaw - d. 1855 in Vienna, Austria, son of Stanislaw Kostka Franciszek Zamoyski and Zofia; husband of JĂłzefa Jadwiga Zamoyska; father of:
Stefan Zamoyski, above Maria Lubomirska; Wanda Grocholska and Zofia Tarnowska;
brother of Konstanty Zamoyski, Andrzej Artur, Jan Zamoyski, Wladyslaw Zamoyski, Celestyna Gryzelda Dzialynska; Jadwiga Sapieha; Artur Zamoyski, Elzbieta Brzozowska;
Stanislaw Kostka Jan Zamoyski
and August Zamoyski.
Above named Wladyslaw Zamoyski Count, 1803 - 1868.

Count Andrzej Przemyslaw Konstanty Jan Wladyslaw Zamoyski b. 1852 was a Polish aristocrat and landowner, the grandson of Count Stanislaw Kostka Zamoyski, and of Count Przemyslaw Potocki. Andrzej Przemyslaw married Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, granddaughter of King Francis I of the Two Sicilies, and had eight children.
Count Stanislaw Kostka Zamoyski b. 1775, d. 1856, politician, landowner of Zamosc estates. In 1809 he became the chairman of the "Provisional Government" of Galicia. He was Senator-Voivode of the Duchy of Warsaw and the Congress Kingdom from 1810 until 1831. He married Princess Zofia Czartoryska in 1798 in Pulawy.
RĂłza Maria / Marianna Ewa Zamoyska nee Potocka, b. 1831 in Tomaszpil, Ukraine, d. 1890, daughter of Przemyslaw Potocki and Teresa; wife of Stanislaw Kostka Jan Zamoyski b. 1820 in Vienna, who was son of Stanislaw Kostka Franciszek Zamoyski and Zofia;
Roza was mother of Andrzej Przemyslaw Konstanty Jan Zamoyski b. 1852 - d. 1927, landowner, born in Warsaw - the grandson of above named Count Stanislaw Kostka Franciszek Zamoyski 1775 in Warszawa, d. 1856 in Wien / Vienna.

On October 7, 1918, on initiative of Prince Lubomirski / Prince Zdzislaw Lubomirski, Polish declaration of independence was announced and 14th October 1918, Polish Army soldiers pledged allegiance to the Polish flag.

Prince Zdzislaw Lubomirski / Lubomirski supported Pilsudski's nomination (on 10th Nov. 1918 - 14th Nov.) for the post of the head of state.

Above mentioned Jan Tadeusz Lubomirski b. 1826 in Dubrowna / Dubrovno, the Moghilov government; d. 1908, son of Eugeniusz Lubomirski {see below on EUGENIUSZ LUBOMIRSKI}, studied in St Petersburg. Then in France and England. 1863 the Foreign Affairs of Polish Government.

Above named Dubrowno in the Sienno (north-east of Miezonka) catholic area; the Orsha county, Moghilev government; at present in the Vicebsk oblast; 90 km to Vicebsk, 19 km north-east of Orsza / Orsha. Dubrovno to 1774 to Sapieha; then Count R. A. Potiemkin / G. A. Potemkin to 1791 (a watch factory!), close to Ksawery Lubomirski estate (and his daughter Klementyna girlfriend of Piotr Kroer); since 1791 Lubomirski taken Dubrovno - now this place is "capital" of the government; next to Eugeniusz Lubomirski - 1809 new Orthodox church; Dubrovno was the Lubomirski family estate to 1917!

Above named Eugeniusz Lubomirski b. 1789, d. 1834, landowner of Dubrovno close to Orsha from his father {see above}; son of Ksawery Lubomirski (Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski 1747-1819) and Teofila Rzewuski (Teofila Beydo-Rzewuska 1762-1831), and brother of the Russian General Konstanty Lubomirski.

We back to
Bogdan Hutten - Czapski
had met with the family of Dorothy Maria Leopoldina Hutten-Czapska in 1892.
She was the daughter of George and Josephine, and was born in Prague. Her mother came from the highest aristocracy of the Roman Empire. Maria was a prominent figure who has registered in history primarily as an editor collaborating with Paris 'Culture'. Also worked on biographies of her family, written in collaboration with her brother Jozef Czapski / Joseph.
Dorothy Maria Leopoldina Czapska / Countess Hutten-Czapska, b. 1894 in Prague, died in 1981, Maisons-Laffitte; the granddaughter of Emeryk Czapski / Emeric Hutten-Czapski of the family who had a huge estates from Radziwill, around Minsk, in Curland, Lithuania and Volhynia,
acc. to Bogdan Graf von Hutten-Czapski, vol. 1-2, Berlin 1936.
Ferdinand Radziwill of the Polish Knights of Malta, has come after Bogdan Hutten-Czapski, an old friend of the Prussian court and military.

The estate of PRZYLUKI / Pryluki to the Hutten - Czapskis was situated on PTYCZ / Ptych river; a house of 1882 and terraced park. Pryluki / Priluki / PRZYLUKI, ca 14 km south-west of the Minsk core, and 15 km west of KOROLISZCZEWICZE / Koroliszczewiczi / Korolishchevici of the Konstantynowiczs; 13 km west of Gatovo / Hatowo, and 23 km north-east of Kojdanow / Koidanov; south-west of Minsk in Belarus, on way to Dzierzynsk / Dzierhinsk / Kojdanow / Koidanov.

Kuchcicze / Kuhtichi of Zawisza and the Radziwill family at the Minsk district; the palace complex, the facade with stone accents.

Some details on the Ronikier family, Lubomirski, Dzierzynski, Pilsudski and O'Brien de Lacy:

Kazimierz JĂłzef Anastazy Ronikier was born in 1787 d. 1863, to Michal Aleksander Ronikier b. 1728 and JĂłzefa Miaczynski b. 1758. Kazimierz had brother Stanislaw August JĂłzef Ronikier. Kazimierz married Ludwika Zbijewski b. 1780 ? (1790 !). They had 9 children: Adam Aleksander Ronikier, Roman Ronikier Count, Cezary Ronikier, Bronislaw Michal Ronikier. Brother of above Kazimierz: Stanislaw August JĂłzef Ronikier born 1785, in 1810 married Tekla Brudzicka b. 1790. They had one son Michal Ronikier.
Details on children of Ludwika Zbijewski b. 1790:
1. Cezary Michal 1809-1843 + Katarzyna Lewanidow b. 1820;
2. Bronislaw Michal Ronikier 1811-1853 + Kamila Ronikier of NowosiĂłlki;
3. Adam Aleksander 1818-1873 + 1st to Zofia Barbara Starzenska + 2nd to Wanda Chrzanowska (Adam Aleksander Atanazy Jaxa-Ronikier);
4. JĂłzefa b. 1820 m. Aleksander Opperman,
5. Ludwika b. 1820 m. Piotr O'Brien de Lacy b. 1830
with children (this inf. about birth need to be check!):
a. Julia O'Brien de Lacy 1850-1955,
b. Patryk O'Brien de Lacy b. 1860 (1863 !) m. 1st to Maria Tanska b. 1860 with

Katarzyna O'Brien de Lacy 1889-1983, and Piotr O'Brien de Lacy b. 1890,

m. 2nd to Ludmila Buturlin b. 1890;

6. Edward Romuald 1824-1877 + Olga Olimpia Orlowska 1834-1919,
7. Gustaw Cezary Kazimierz b. 1830 m. Stefania Marianna Wawrzyna Skarbek-Kruszewska b. 1831,
8. Roman 1832-1918 m. Maria Anna Dorota Lubomirska 1832-1905,
9. Teresa 1845-1900 m. Michal Wollowicz 1812-1882
with Jadwiga Kazimiera Teresa Wollowicz m. JĂłzef Mieczyslaw Miaczynski 1842-1909, and Wanda Wollowicz 1850-1864.

Below the genealogy of Ludwika Ronikier b. 1880 m. Tadeusz Ostrowski b. 1860:
great-grandparents:
Michal Aleksander Ronikier 1728-1802, Jan Nepomucen Zbijewski b. 1770, Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski 1747-1819 {Ksawery Lubomirski (Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski 1747-1819) and Teofila Rzewuski (Teofila Beydo-Rzewuska 1762-1831) - see above !}, Mikolaj Tolstoj / Nikolaj Tolstoy 1765-1816, JĂłzefa Miaczynska 1758-1822, Teresa Dorota Karska b. 1760, Teofila Beydo-Rzewuska 1762-1831, Anna Boratynska 1769-1825;

grandparents:
Kazimierz JĂłzef Anastazy Ronikier Count 1787-1863, Ludwika Zbijewska b. 1810, Konstanty Stanislaw Xawery Lubomirski 1786-1870, Katarzyna Tolstoj / Katerina Tolstoy 1789-1870;
parents:
Roman Ronikier 1832-1918, Maria Anna Dorota Lubomirska 1832-1905.

Louise Ronikier: Ludwika Ronikier daughter of Kazimierz Jozef Ronikier 1787 - 1863, and Ludwika Zbijewska b. after 1787 (ca 1790).

Note on above Konstanty Stanislaw Xawery Lubomirski, 1786-1870:

On October 7, 1918, on initiative of Prince Lubomirski, Polish declaration of independence was announced and 14th October 1918, Polish Army soldiers pledged allegiance to the Polish flag. Lubomirski supported Pilsudski's nomination (on 10th Nov. 1918 - 14th Nov.) for the post of the head of state. Remember that Jan Tadeusz Lubomirski b. 1826 in Dubrowna / Dubrovno, the Moghilov government; d. 1908, son of Eugeniusz Lubomirski, studied in St Petersburg. Then in France and England. 1863 the Foreign Affairs of Polish Government. Above named Dubrowno in the Sienno (north-east of Miezonka) catholic area; the Orsha county, Moghilev government; at present in the Vicebsk oblast; 90 km to Vicebsk, 19 km north-east of Orsza / Orsha. Dubrovno to 1774 to Sapieha; then Count R. A. Potiemkin / G. A. Potemkin to 1791 (a watch factory!), close to Ksawery Lubomirski estate (and his daughter Klementyna girlfriend of Piotr Kroer); since 1791 Lubomirski taken Dubrovno - now this place is "capital" of the government; next to Eugeniusz Lubomirski - 1809 new Orthodox church; Dubrovno was the Lubomirski family estate to 1917!

Eugeniusz Lubomirski b. 1789, d. 1834, landowner of Dubrovno close to Orsha from his father; EUGENIUSZ was the son of Ksawery Lubomirski (Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski 1747-1819) and Teofila Rzewuski (Teofila Beydo-Rzewuska 1762-1831), and brother of the Russian General Konstanty Lubomirski 1786-1870.

Above Konstanty Stanislaw Ksawery Lubomirski b. 1786 Petersburg, d. 1870 in Warsaw, was also the son of Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski and Teofila Broel-Plater Rzewuska.

Konstanty Lubomirski (1786-1870), was the Russian General, married Katarzyna Nikolajewna Tolstoj. He was the owner of MEZHEVO / Miezawa / MiezĂłw, in the ORSHA / Orsza district; in the Witebsk county; 15 km north to Orsza - se also TRUBECKI ! MIEZAWA in 1772 to Russia, the Vicebsk governorate. MEZHEVO / Miezawa was the Chrapowickis land; in 1760 belonged to Antoni Marcin Chrapowicki, official in Smolensk.

Antoni Chrapowicki, Colonel of Orsza, b. ca 1700 - d. in 1760, that is Antoni Marcin Chrapowicki who was the son of STEFAN Chrapowicki b. ca 1660.

Antoni Marcin Chrapowicki died in May 1760 in WILNO, was also official in Smolensk in 1731-1760, and 1730-1731. Inf. on him in 1733. The grandson of unknown Chrapowicki.

The MEZHEVO / Miezawa estate was bought by Lubomirski: Anna Maria Lubomirska (1838-1917), in 1859, bring MEZHEVO / Miezawa dowry to Franciszek Lubienski (1834-1891).

The last Miezawa's owner - Leon LUBIENSKI (1861-1944), the son of named above Anna Maria Lubomirska (1838-1917), and Franciszek Lubienski. Leon was the senator of Poland.

Anna Maria Lubomirska (1838-1917) / Anna Maria Klementyna Lubomirska was the daughter of GENERAL Konstanty Stanislaw Xawery Lubomirski 1786-1870 and Katarzyna TOLSTOY / Katerina Tolstoj 1789-1870;
granddaughter of Teofila Beydo-Rzewuska 1762-1831 and Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski.
Great-granddaughter of Stanislaw Lubomirski 1704-1793 + Ludwika Honorata Pociej 1726-1786.

Above Katarzyna TOLSTOY / Katerina Tolstoj 1789-1870, was the daughter of Mikolaj TOLSTOY / Nikolaj Tolstoj, 1765-1816 + Anna Boratynska, 1769-1825.

MiezĂłw is north-west to DUBROWNA, ca 22 km north to ORSZA / Orsha.
Leon Lubienski built a manor in 1901.
Miezow belonged to Konstanty Stanislaw Lubomirski (1786-1870), General and Adjutant of Emperor Aleksandr I Romanov.

KONSTANTY Lubomirski was the husband of Katarzyna Lubomirska TOLSTOY, and father of Teofila Lubomirska; Valentine Maria Izabela de Segur; Zygmunt Maria Lubomirski; Krystyna Lubomirska; Jadwiga Maria Goetzendorf Grabowska; Maria Anna Dorota Ronikier, and Anna Maria Klementyna Lubienska. Brother of Eugeniusz Lubomirski; Izabela Lubomirska; Amelia Anna Lubomirska, and Karolina Strutynska; half brother of Elzbieta Izabela Cetner; Klementyna Kroger; Zofia Lubomirska; Aleksander Ignacy Lubomirski Duke; Maria Ladomirski; Antoni Juliusz Lubomirski, and Natalia Lubomirska - copyright by Leszek Mila in 2011 at geni.com.

Compare:
1. Konstanty Stanislaw Ksawery Lubomirski b. 1786 Petersburg, d. 1870 in Warsaw,
son of Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski and Teofila Broel-Plater Rzewuska;
grandson of Stanislaw Lubomirski b. in 1704 in Braclaw - d. 1793,
great-grandson of Jerzy Aleksander Lubomirski (b. 1666 Nowy Sacz - d. 1735) and Joanna.

2. Jerzy Aleksander Lubomirski b. 1666 - d. 1735
(son of Aleksander Michal Lubomirski died 1675, and Katarzyna Anna Lipska).

His sons: JĂłzef Lubomirski 1704 - 1755, husband of Agnieszka Magdalena Anna Sapieha, and above Stanislaw Lubomirski 1704 Braclaw - d. 1793.

Marianna Elzbieta Uvarova nee Lubomirska, ca 1766 - d. 1810, daughter of Kasper Lubomirski and Barbara Poninska

(Kasper Lubomirski 1724 - 1780 who was son of Teodor Lubomirski and Elisabeth / Elzbieta Marianna.

Teodor / Johann Theodor Lubomirski 1697 - 1745, son of Stanislaw Herakliusz Lubomirski 1642 - 1702 [brother of above Aleksander Michal Lubomirski died 1675] and Elzbieta Denhoff,
brother of JĂłzef Lubomirski and Franciszek Lubomirski, half brother of Elzbieta Sieniawska and Elzbieta Lubomirska);

Marianna Elzbieta Uvarova nee Lubomirska, born ca 1766, was wife of Protazy Antoni Potocki; Count Valerian Zubov, and Uvarov; she was mother of Emilia + Jozef Kalinowski; Aleksandr Valerianovich Zubov; Platon Valerianovich Zubov, and Elizaveta Valerianovna Voieikova.
Marianna Elzbieta Uvarova nee Lubomirska was sister of JĂłzefa Walewska.
Franciszek Walewski was immense wealth. His enormous wealth in Ukraine was sold to Lubomirski; we know that the young Francis and Alexander Walewski came quite unexpectedly in possession of enormous wealth after the death of Jan Aleksander / John Alexander Koniecpolski (in 1719), the governor of Bratslav / Braclaw and Sieradz, because the marriage to Helena Rzewuska not left any children, by his testament and will, in 1720, consisting 435 villages and 30 cities and towns in the area of Smilanszczyzna and RĂłwno in Ukraine;
we remember that Zygmunt Walewski (1670-1716), of Rozprza (1702-1716), married to Maryanna Koniecpolska, of Pärnu and Stanislaw Koniecpolski, the governor of Poznan, was next of kin to namely Alexander and Francis Walewski. The secret is why the property has not been transferred to John Alexander Koniecpolski's nieces and his family. The young Walewskis also received assets around Czestochowa (Koniecpol, Rusiec and maybe Jedlno).
Smilanszczyzna is located in the Kiev province, estate of Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski / Francis Xavier Lubomirski (1747-1819); by the Tasmina river, south-east-south of Kiev; Tasmina / Tiasmyn, with
Czehryn, Kamianka, Smila. Polonne ca 110 km south-east of Rowno.

Konstanty Stanislaw Ksawery Lubomirski b. 1786 Petersburg, d. 1870 in Warsaw, was son of Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski and Teofila Broel-Plater Rzewuska; grandson of Stanislaw Lubomirski b. in 1704 in Braclaw - d. 1793, great-grandson of Jerzy Aleksander Lubomirski (b. 1666 Nowy Sacz - d. 1735).

The minor branch of the Walewskis not being able to manage of huge possessions, they sold their shares to further relative, Aleksander Walewski / Alexander Walewski, "swordfish" of Sieradz and his wife of Makolice; the last descendant of Michal Walewski / Michael Walewski, the governor of Sieradz, was the son of Michal Walewski / Michael jun. and Sobieszczanska - Artur Walewski / Arthur (Albert ?).
Jerzy Aleksander Lubomirski unsuccessfully tried to buy this assets; but the new owner of the property was substituted by Lubomirski as figurehead: mentioned above - Aleksander Walewski / Alexander Walewski, "swordfish" of Sieradz and his wife of Makolice.

Note on Kruszyna and KOSCIELEC close to Kruszyna:

KRUSZYNA - 16 km south to JEDLNO of the Walewskis; north-east to Koscielec, Madalin, Marianka Redzinska

[see below on BLESZYNSKI and KOSCIELEC].

Kruszyna was owned by: Kacper Denhoff (1587 - 1645); before him: Koniecpolski and Walewski.

Kacper Denhoff born in Biala Podlaska, was the great-grandfather of the King Stanislaw Leszczynski, m. in 1620 to Aleksandra Anna Koniecpolska d. 1651, the daughter of Aleksander Koniecpolski d. 1609.
Kacper's son Stanislaw Adolf Denhoff d. 1653, m. in 1642 to Anna Eufemia Radziwill d. 1663, with son Zygmunt Wiktor Denhoff, d. 1694, the owner of Kruszyna.
Zygmunt's second wife was Helena Dzialynska with the daughter
Anna Denhoff m. in 1696 to Aleksander Danilowicz d. 1723, with the daughter Konstancja Danilowicz d. 1792 - she was the owner of Kruszyna.
Konstancja's second husband was Jan Kanty Potocki 1693 - 1744, official in Braclaw in 1729 - 1744 and in Kiev, with the son Teodor Potocki b. 1730, Smotrycz - d. 1812, official in Belz in 1791 – 1795;
TEODOR'S 2nd wife was Kordula Marianna Ewa Komorowska b. 1764, Smotrycz - d. 1836 in Wieden.
The son with above second wife:
Adam Potocki b. 1776, Kruszyna - d. 1812, Warszawa, Colonel of the Grand Duchy of Warsaw; the owner of Smotrycz, Sawince, and Kruszyna from hands of his grandmother Konstancja nee Danilowicz [d. 1792].

Css de Scheinech bought Kruszyna from Adam Potocki ca 1807.

Jan Kanty Chrucki ca 1815 - 19, the owner of Kruszyna.

JĂłzef Fryderyk Martini / Fartyni / Jan Fryderyk Martini, d. 1837, the landlord of Kruszyna, ca 1820. His daughter Emilia Martini b. in 1803, Kozieglowy, the owner of Biala and Gawlowo; m. Jakub Podczaski d. 1832, fought in 1831, in 1823 in Wielun, the owner of Kruszyna since 1837.

Eugeniusz Adolf Lubomirski the owner of Kruszyna since 1862, d. 1911.

The Myszkowski family from Borowno, also acted in Kruszyna.

Note to Butler:

in 1668 the official in WITEBSK, Jan Antoni Chreptowicz, was with visit in a KRUSZYNA palace of BUTLER. Maybe to Aleksander Butler, Count, official in Preny / Prienai, 4th son of Gotard Wilhelm Butler and Konstancja Wodynska.
Butler come from IRELAND:

Count Joseph Napoleon Czapski / Czapski left Dublin for London in April 1832; William Francis Finn was an Irish politician in the United Kingdom House of Commons, for County Kilkenny in 1832, with Pierce Butler, b. 1774, held post to 1846. Pierce Butler (1774 d. 1864) was an Irish politician, elected to the United Kingdom House of Commons as Member of Parliament for County Kilkenny in 1832, and held the seat until 1846. Pierce Butler 1774 - 1846 son of Edmund Butler junior, 1745 - 1793 and Lady Henrietta 1750 - 1785; grandson of Edmund Butler senior, Charlotte Bradstreet, Somerset Hamilton Butler 1718 - 1774, and Juliana Boyle d. 1774.
Christopher Nugent, Lord Delvin (d. before 1680) was the eldest son of Richard Nugent, 2nd Earl of Westmeath. His brother was Thomas Nugent, 1st Baron Nugent of Riverston. By his wife, Mary Butler had: Richard Nugent, 3rd Earl of Westmeath, b. ca 1665 / 1669, d. 1714; Thomas Nugent, 4th Earl of Westmeath, b. ca 1670, d. 1752; and John Nugent, 5th Earl of Westmeath, b. 1671, d. 1754.
Above Richard Nugent, 3rd Earl of Westmeath, born ca 1665 / 1669, died 1714; a son of Christopher Nugent, Lord Delvin and Mary Butler; he succeeded his grandfather, Richard Nugent, 2nd Earl of Westmeath. He was succeeded by his brother, Thomas Nugent, 4th Earl of Westmeath.
Edward Sterling (1773 - 1847), traced descent from William, younger brother of Sir Robert Sterling, who had served under Gustavus Adolphus, and, subsequently attaching himself to James Butler, first duke of Ormonde, was knighted in 1649. Edward, born at Waterford on 27 Feb. 1773; educated in Dublin; he migrated to Kames Castle and then to Llanblethian, near Cowbridge, Glamorganshire. 1814 - 1815 he was at Paris, and on his return to England he became a regular member of the 'Times' staff.

Stefania Julia Radziwill Princess, b. 1825, m. ca 1840 to Arkadiusz Chrapowicki born 1821, and 2nd to Kajetan Oskierka born 1821, with son Adolf Oskierka / Oskierko b. ca 1868 - d. 1901 in Lourdes.
Stefania Julia Radziwill, 1825-1896 ?, was the owner of MIEZONKA area.

The great-grandparents of Adolf Oskierka, 1868-1901:

Jan Mikolaj Oskierka 1735-1796 in TOBOLSK [see below]; Kajetan Stanislaw Gizycki 1720-1785; Mikolaj Radziwill general major of Lithuania, 1747-1811; Adam Narbutt; Barbara Rokicka; Katarzyna Rakowska; Franciszka Butler Css {Franciszka Butler born 1757, married to the son of Stanislaw Radziwill - Mikolaj Radziwill general major of Lithuania, 1747-1811}.

Grandparents:
Dominik Oskierka; Salomea Gizycka b. 1770; Mikolaj Radziwill younger, 1801-1853; Wiktoria Emilia Narbutt;
Parents:
Kajetan Oskierka b. 1821 + Stefania Julia Radziwill 1825-1896.

Franciszka Butler 1st, nee Szczuka, b. ca 1690, daughter of Gracjan Michal Szczuka. Wife of Marek Antoni Butler with children: JĂłzef Butler; Aleksander Lukasz Butler; and Michal Butler / Mykolas Butleris.
Above Michal Butler (1715 - 1782), official in Preny / Prienai. The son of Marek Antoni Butler. The family close to Mikolaj Radziwill.
Named above Marek Antoni Butler official in PRENY. Son of Aleksander Butler and Konstancja Krassowska; grandson of Gotard Butler.
Mentioned above Aleksander Butler, Count, the PRENY official; the 4th son of Gotard Wilhelm Butler and Konstancja Wodynska; he married to Konstancja Krassowska.
Named Gothard Wilhelm Butler,
born around 1600 in Goldinga, died on January 18, 1660 [1659 the Polish Army took the castle from hands of Sweden], Crown Court Treasurer, Crown Court chamberlain, commander of the guard of king Jan Kazimierz; Treasurer of the Queen of Poland, Ludwika Maria Gonzaga; the
son of Teodor Butler and Dorota von Streithorst.
Grandson of Jan BUTLER.
He became the courtier of the prince Jan Kazimierz, then King. He accompanied the king also in an expedition to Spain in 1638 and was taken with him by Cardinal Richelieu in France.

Preny / Prienai, a city in Lithuania, located in the district of Kowno; 39 km from Kaunas, 40 km from Mariampol.

Kuldiga / Goldingen / Kuldyga / Goldynga, in western Latvia, in Courland, by the Windawa river - in 1795 in Russia.

Above Michal Butler born 1715, married to the daughter of Piotr Pac official in Pinsk, 1688-1756 and Eufrozyna Oginska 1702-1765 - and MICHAL had daughter Css Franciszka Butler b. 1757. Named Franciszka Butler married to the son of Stanislaw Radziwill 1722-1787 and Karolina Pociej 1732-1776.

Note at margin:
Wincenty Colonna Walewski fought against Russians close to Kruszyna on 28 May 1863.
Andrzej Stefan Myszkowski b. 1701, bpt. in Kruszyna, d. 1779; godparents: Stefan Leszczynski, official in Ostrzeszow, and Barbara Mecinska.

Kruszyna - 19 km SW to Radomsko, 21 km NE to Czestochowa.
In 1862 Kruszyna was bought by Eugeniusz Lubomirski. In 1863 here was secret hospital.


Jan Mikolaj Oskierka born Dec. 1735, died in exile in 1796 - Tobolsk and here he was buried.
The son of
Rafal Alojzy Oskierka 1708-1767 and Stanislawa Teresa OGINSKA.

Stanislawa Teresa Oskierka Oginska, 1724 - 1744, the daughter of Martian Michal Oginsky, b. 1672 in Witebsk.
Named Marcjan (Marcin) Michal Oginski 1672 - 1750, the Witebsk governor in 1730, Vitebsk castellan 1703-1730, marshal of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, in 1712, 1718, 1723, prince.
Son of Szymon Karol Oginski and Teodora.
Husband of Tekla Ana / Anna Larska; Teresa Tyzenhauz; Teresa Oginska; and Krystyna Oginska.
Father of Stanislawa Teresa OSKIERKA / Oskierko

[with a daughter Marianna Straszewicz b. ca 1740.
Mother of Teresa; Aleksandra; and Alojzy Rokicki b. 1760;
and grandson Michal ROKICKI b. 1790 + KORNELA PROZOR;
great-grandson Ludwik Rokicki b. 1820/1830.
Maybe from ALOJZY was a daughter TEKLA ROKICKA married PROZOR, died 1860 with the son Mieczyslaw PROZOR b. 1830 + Zofia Oskierka 1830-1878,
and with granddaughter Stanislawa Prozor b. 1862, m. Jan Olizar-Wolczkiewicz 1855-1913.
The mother of named JAN OLIZAR WOLCZKIEWICZ was Wiktoria Modzelewska 1828-1903 born Szymanowska!];

Marianna;
Barbara Pac;
Ignacy Oginski Duke; Stanislaw Jerzy Oginski.
Brother of Boguslaw Kazimierz Oginski; Krystyna Tyszkiewicz; Eleonora Oginska and JERZY Oginski.
Half brother of Zofia Oginska and Aleksander Oginski.

Jan Mikolaj Oskierka / Ivan Oskirka, statesman of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
He was the son of Rafal Aloizy.
Together with his brother Antoni Joachim Oskierka studied in Warsaw. Participated in the seven-year war of 1756-1763.
In 1764 he took Czartoryski's side and of King Stanislaw Poniatowski. He was the confederary Mozyr judge; was a deputy from the Mozyr County. In 1781, he was elected to the Tribunal of Lithuania. In August 1784, he was invited by Karol Radziwil to Nesvizh in connection with the King's visit planned there.
In August 1786, he signed a petition to the king asking for the border regiment. In 1788, together with Konstantin JELENSKI, he was a deputy to the Polish-Lithuanian Parliament from the Mozyr County.
In 1790, he gave up his son Rafal Oskierka to the top post in Lithuania.
The Constitution of May 3, 1791 greeted with his great enthusiasm. He was the richest owner in Lithuania, heir to a huge fortune (7 million zl). He owned Narovlei / NAROWLA (in the HOMEL county and close to KONOTOP - with the villages of Antonovo, Mukhoyedy, Ugly, Golovchitsy), Karpovichi in the Mozyr County; Barbarovo and Konotopy in Rechytsky / RZECZYCA COUNTY.
In early August 1793, together with his son Rafal Michal Oskierka

[born after 1761 - d. 1818; official in MOZYRZ, in 1791 served at the Royal Court, CONSPIRATOR in 1793 ! He married to Maria Oskierka b. ca 1790, the daughter of ANTONI OSKIERKA b. ca 1740. RAFAL's son - Jan Oskierka b. 1819 + Julia Oskierka the daughter of Pawel Oskierka official in RZECZYCA and granddaughter of Leopold Oskierka],

took part in the conspirative congress of the nobility in the estate of Karol Prozor in Khoyniki, whose goal was to prepare an armed attack against the Russian Army and for the revival of the Constitution on May 3, 1791.

Karol Prozor and Captain Hamilcar Kasinsky / KOSINSKI left the Khoyniki on April 20, 1794 in JUREWICZE / Yurovichi.
However, Jan Mikolaj Oskerko, through his envoy, warned that Russian soldiers were waiting for them in Jurewicze.
Thus he saved friends, but he himself was arrested on the first day of Easter in 1794.
After the Smolensk investigation, by decree of Catherine II of June 20, 1795, ranked among the first category of convicts; Oskerka was exiled to "the most remote Siberian cities." His property was confiscated and was distributed to Russian nobles, in particular, in 1793 his estate Barbarovo was transferred to the real secret adviser Sivers.
From Irkutsk, Oskerka was moved to Zhigansk in the Yakutsk region of Irkutsk province, where he brought 122 silver rubles.
Released under the amnesty of Paul I in 1796 but he was died of apoplexy in Tobolsk in 1796, where he was buried with honors by the son Dominik Oskierka, accompanying his father on his way back to his homeland.

Jan Mikolaj Oskierka born Dec. 1735, died in exile in 1796 - Tobolsk had 3 children:

1.
Rafal Michal Oskierka 1761-1818 + Maria Oskierka

[with 1. Jan Oskierka b. 1820 + Julia Oskierka;
2. Emilia Oskierka + Hubert Artemiusz Swiatopelk;
3. Teresa Oskierka + Romuald Jelenski];
2.
Dominik Oskierka b. ca 1770 + Salomea Gizycka

[with 1. Maria Oskierka b. ca 1790 + Jan Gizycki and
2. Kajetan Oskierka b. 1821 + Pss Stefania Julia Radziwill - the owner of MIEZONKA !];
3.
Aniela Oskierka 1770-1804 + Ignacy Kajetan Prozor

[with 1. Kornela Prozor 1800-1835 + Michal Rokicki
2. Henryk Prozor b. ca 1800;
3. Maurycy Prozor h. wl. 1801-1886
+ Anna Chlopicka - see more details at my domain !].

After the death of Oskierka, the Russians to return only a small part of the property (Konotopy). The memory of the loss of the huge estates of Oskerka was preserved in the Belarusian proverb: "It disappeared, like Oskierka assets. [above inf. under copyright by the Russian Wikipedia]"


We back to KOSCIELEC:

Antoni Kiedrzynski, owner of Wierzchowisko ca 5 km north of Kiedrzyn - north of Czestochowa (8 km south-east of Kamyk, and 6 km south-west of Koscielec of the Madalinskis), inf. of 1791. He was born 1751 in Kiedrzyn [see Izydor Kiedrzynski b. 1749, lived in JEDLNO of Walewski].

The Madalinski family estates close to Czestochowa:
Madalin, north-west of Karolin, 3 km north of Koscielec [Michal Walewski], 19 km south of Jedlno; 15 km south of Jankowice. Marianka Redzinska 3 km south of Koscielec. Close to Kuznica Kiedrzynska and Kiedrzyn.
Ignacy Konopnicki son of Piotr, was born in ca 1774; 1784 studied in Kalisz, 1802 back to the country, married to Tekla Potocki, widow after death of Franciszek Byszewski;
Tekla Potocka b. in Horbulow in the Kiev province, daughter of Maksymilian Potocki, Colonel, and Katarzyna Letkowski, 1778 married to Franciszek Byszewski, Major in 1792, the Uprising of 1794, owner of Krzewac / Krzewata close to Klodawa, in the Leczyca province; Ignacy Konopnicki m. in 1802 in Klodawa, with son Wawrzyniec; 1807 again owner of MilejĂłw;
Tekla Konopnicka died before 1808, and Ignacy Konopnicki married second time with younger on 20 years - JĂłzefa Walewska, daughter of Jan Walewski, a judge of Ostrzeszow, owner of Makolice, and of Marianna Psarski; JĂłzefa Walewska was owner of Koscielec in the Ostrzeszow county, with children:
Eleonora, b. 1809, m. Stanislaw Zychlinski, Hieronim, b. 1811, Wojciech JĂłzef, b. 1816; Ignacy Konopnicki son of Piotr died in 1832 in Piekarskie Mlyny; JĂłzefa, d. 1836. The 3rd son of Piotr - JĂłzef Konopnicki, lived in 1793 in Milejow, married to Magdalena Byszewska. Melchior Konopnicki son of Piotr, born in 1780; 1828 in Bronowo; next son - Michal Konopnicki (1780-1843).

Ludwik JĂłzef Augustyn MADALINSKI 1803 - 1854, was owner of Koscielec and Madalinow, with Marianka, Madalin, Karolin, Palestyna close to Czestochowa, since 1832 from hands of JĂłzefa nee Walewska Konopnicka, because Ignacy Konopnicki son of Piotr died in 1832 in Piekarskie Mlyny.

Above Madalin and Koscielec are situated only several km east to Kiedrzyn and Kuznica Kiedrzynska of the Kiedrzynski family to 1815.

Anna Madalinski b. 1797 m. 1821 to JĂłzef Julian Walewski son of Andrzej WALEWSKI and Antonina Czartkowski, owner of Wola Balucka.

Ludwik JĂłzef Augustyn MADALINSKI 1803 - 1854, owner of Koscielec [KOSCIELEC - east of Kamyk, 14km; 3 km south of MADALIN; 5 km north to REDZINY. That is north-east-north to CZESTOCHOWA] and Madalinow [see below - MADALIN, 10 km east to KUZNICA KIEDRZYNSKA and 14 east to KAMYK], with Marianka, Madalin, Karolin, Palestyna close to Czestochowa, since 1832 from hands of JĂłzefa nee Walewska, Konopnicka.

ELEONORA Konopnicka (ca 1810-after 1838), daughter of Ignacy and JĂłzefa Walewski; born in MysliniĂłw, and married in 1838 in MyslniĂłw. MyslniĂłw / Myslniew, in the KobylagĂłra parish; see Teresa Sielnicka. KobylagĂłra - see Marianna Urszula Psarska daughter of Fryderyk Jakub Psarski.

Michal Walewski - the brother of ADAM WALEWSKI; the owner of Targowa GĂłrka, Raclawki and SLAWECIN. Michal Walewski b. 1735, died in 1806, a governor of the Sieradz province in 1785-1792. Inf. 1764. MICHAL Walewski was the owner of Koscielec
[note: Ignacy Remiszowski, 1762, Koscielec; Ignacy Bleszynski in 1754 in Koscielec; Jakub Tuchowski, 1762, Koscielec, a manager; and see - JĂłzef Walewski in 1745 in Tczyca, official in Cracow. Close to CZESTOCHOWA - above Michal Kolumna Walewski - owner of a part of Koscielec].
Michal Walewski b. 1735, died in 1806, was owner of Lapszow by the Horyn river [in VOLHYNIA - see brother of Jan Paszkowski b. 1742 close to Wielun], and Wlostowice [Wlostowice-Parcele and named WLOSTOWICE at way from PIATEK to KUTNO; west to Walewice and north-west to Bielawy].
6 km south to Berezne by the Slucz river, is situated Mokwin, north-east to TUCZYN - land of Walewski with a manor; near to Trzebuchowski; here inf. about Lubomirski in 1750. Close to Cholopy, land of Zbaraski and Czartoryski, Siemaszko and Danilowicz, then in the 19th century - Jackowski.

Kasper Lubomirski divided the estates, also named above Tuczyn over Horyn [30 km north-east to ROWNE / Rivne] was sold in 1775 to above MICHAL Walewski.

LUSZOWICE = MirĂłw / Mirow Luszowice {13 km north-west to TUROW; 8 km west to MSTOW; 6 km south to REDZINY. At present under the name MIROW, 8 km east to CZESTOCHOWA}:
Dominik Bleszynski sold his Przybyslawice in 1775 to hands of Bonawentura Psarski;
Bonawentura Bleszynski the owner of Suliszewice (the Stawy parish), and Skoraczew.
Roch Bleszynski of the Cracow province and Mlodziejowice in the Wieclawice parish, close to Michalowice.
Bleszynski in Kamyk close to Czestochowa [see KIEDRZYNSKI], Mirow Luszowice, Bukowno, Turow, Joachimowo, Kierzk in the Truskolasy parish near to Czestochowa, and in Kamienica Polska in the 18th century.

The genealogy of above Ignacy Bleszynski

[Ignacy Bleszynski of Luszowice {Mirow Luszowice}, close to Koscielec. Ignacy Bleszynski, 1754, {Mirow Luszowice} Luszowice / Koscielec. Jan Bleszynski, 1754, Kamyk / Klobuck. Marianna Bleszynski, 1740, in MirĂłw / Redziny]:
Ignacy Bleszynski born in 1742 Zloczew - d. 1813 / 1815, son of Kazimierz Bleszynski b. 1703 in Bleszno, and Teresa nee Struss / Strus m. 1st to Jan Jordan

[all children of Jan JORDAN:
Spytek Rogatian Jordan; Wojciech Ludwik Jordan, and
Konstancja Urszula Walewska - married Stanislaw JĂłzef Walewski 1740-1770 with children:
Bogumil Gabriel Walewski 1750-1814
{his daughter Konstancja Salomea JĂłzefa Walewska married to Wincenty Walewski b. 1785 d. 1819},
and Kunegunda Szembek born in 1760 / 1766 - d. 1828 wife of Ignacy JĂłzef Szembek 1740-1835 MP in 1788, officer in Ostrzeszow 1777-1793 with son Piotr Szembek 1788-1866 General, Freemason, 1813 in Gdansk married to Fryderyka Becu de Tavernier,
with son Aleksander Szembek (1815-1884)]

who died in 1735;

Ignacy BLESZYNSKI was owner of Zloczew

(BujnĂłw - 3 km west of Zloczew and 9 km north-east of Dymki and close to Lututow, Borzeckie, Czarna, Cegielnia, GrĂłjec Maly, Huta Szklana / Szklana Huta, Huta Stara, Miklesz, StanislawĂłw, Zloczewska Wies, Zloczewska Wola and Zapowiednik, inf. by Wikipedia; 1773 - Grodzice and Lagiewniki),
MP in 1809, 1811 of the Grand Duchy of Warsaw, officer in Brodnica, very active member of the 1794 Insurection (battle of Sieradz; see Madalinski and Uminski) in the Sieradz province; married Petronela Radolinski.
With son Ignacy Franciszek Bleszynski b. 1783, m. ANNA ca 1810.
With 3 grandchildren:
Teodora Bleszynska b. ca 1825 married 1852 in Wierzbie, near Tczyca to Henryk Kacper Tarczalowski - his brothers:
Roman Ignacy Tarczalowski b. 1810, Krzepice + Sylwia Bleszynska; Boleslaw Tarczalowski b. 1818 - d. ca 1874, in Cieszecin; Wincenty Antoni Tarczalowski born 1820, in Krzepice.


Brief on KIEDRZYNSKI:

Jakob Kiedrzynski 1st senior, b. ca 1675, had brothers or cousins:
Marcin b. ca 1670 / 1680,
Mikolaj 2nd Kiedrzynski b. ca ? - inf. 1704,
and the last
Andrzej Kiedrzynski - inf. 1704 in the Kalisz province.
And Adam Kiedrzynski b. ca 1660 / 1680, son of Zofia Lubienska 1640 - 1692, daughter of Wojciech Lubienski d. 1653, and Teofila GĂłrska, d. 1668; he was living in Galonki.
Elzbieta Myszkowska m. before 1692 to Adam Kiedrzynski.
Elzbieta Myszkowska b. ca 1675, d. before 1724, m. Adam Kiedrzynski b. ca 1660 / 1680, but in 1724 Eleonora Rozdrazewska was widow after death of Adam Kiedrzynski; Eleonora was then wife of Jan Relo.
We have different data:
Adam-Stefan Kiedrzynski was husband of Eleonora Rozdrazewska b. ca 1683, with son Mikolaj - inf. 1740. Eleonora Rozdrazewska was 1 voto m. to Adam Kiedrzynski, but 2 voto Stanislaw Ryt; inf. of 1739 about her brother.

Jan Kiedrzynski b. ca 1680 was brother of above Adam; inf. 1704 from the Poznan province.

Jakob Kiedrzynski 1st senior b. ca 1675, owner of Dymki, close to Lututow since 1698, 1709 inf. in Wielun, was son of Mikolaj Kiedrzynski the 1st, b. ca 1650 - inf. 1704 in the Sieradz province.

Anna Cielecka (ca 1770 - 1838), the proprietress of estates Galewice, Kaski farm close to Galewice
(Galewice 10 km north-east of Wieruszow and 8 km north-east of Chobanin; KASKI - 2 / 3 km east of above Galewice and east of Domanin; Kaski - 11 km west of LUTUTOW and west of Dymki of the Kiedrzynskis. family; see OLSZOWSKI / Olszewski, Kreski, Madalinski and Psarski families), and Gizyce with Maczniki in the Kalisz province, m. Adam Wegierski (ca 1770 - 1829), with daughter
RĂłza Tekla Wegierska (b. 1804), married in Warsaw in 1829, to Ludwik Fiszer (born 1800 - died in 1877 in Lomza), with daughter
Leokadia JĂłzefa Fiszer (b. ca 1832 in Zawrocie, close to Wysokie Mazowieckie), m. in 1854 in Wysokie Mazowieckie to Aleksy Sabin Wincenty Kurcyusz b. ca 1830, with daughter
Maria Kurcyusz b. ca 1850, married 1881 in Warsaw to Zdzislaw Godfryd Redel (b. 1839 in Pesy, in the Lomza county) who was son of Wladyslaw Ignacy JĂłzef Redel (b. ca 1812 Warsaw), and grandson of Jakub Redel (1769 - 1845) and Barbara Karolina Dabrowska;

Zdzislaw Godfryd Redel b. 1839 had mother Wanda Narcyza Albina Zmichowska (b. ca 1816 in Rawicz), daughter of Jan Zmichowski and Wiktoria Kiedrzynska
(Wiktoria died in 1819; Wiktoria nee Kiedrzynska was daughter of Lukasz Kiedrzynski and Franciszka JĂłzefata Raczynska / Franciszka Maria Raczynska b. ca 1755
[Franciszka RACZYNSKA-KIEDRZYNSKA, born 1751 or ca 1755; she was daughter of JĂłzef Raczynski and Brygida BREZA daughter of Jan Dominik Breza 1681 - 1738];
daughters of Wiktoria nee KIEDRZYNSKA:
Wanda Narcyza Albina REDEL,
Kornelia Gloger;
Wiktoria Lewinska,
Narcyza Zmichowska 1819 - 1876).

Records:
1.
in 1797, marriage of Maurycy Borzecki and Juljanna Czochron / Julianna Czochron. Maurycy Borzecki was the owner of Pniewy. Witnesses: Jan Szaniawski, Florjan Borzecki, Maciej Willant.
2.
JĂłzef Szaniawski and Joanna Borzecka, marriage in 1788, with witnesses Damazy Borzecki the father, Jerzy Waniewski military.
3.
Jan Szaniawski and Teresa Borzecka, marriage in 1792 in Pniewy; witnesses: Maksymilian Mielzynski owner of Pniewy [north-east to Nowy Tomysl, close to west border of ex-POLAND; north-west to CHELMINKO and CHELMNO] and Sczaniecki owner of Chelmno [5 km south-east to PNIEWY].
4.
in 1776, Piotr Szaniawski died; official in Piotrkow Trybunalski.
5.
Wojciech SZANIAWSKI in Gniezno; see: Anna Borzecka and Lucja Galecka.

Acc. to Nejman:
Wojciech Sulimierski owner in 1728 of Losieniec, married to Dorota Trzebnicka, with son:
JĂłzef Sulimierski d. 1787, m. Antonina Przeradzka; with children:
1. Jan died 1809, 2. Salomea; 3. Agnieszka m. Jan Kossobudzki;
4. Ludwik Sulimierski born ca 1758, died ca 1826, owner of Stronsko, m. to Marianna Julianna Kempista, daughter of Maciej Kempista and Joanna Szeliska,
with children:
a) Faustyna born ca 1799, Stronsko, m. Ignacy Wojciech Pawel Bardzki;
b) Maciej Wincenty Sulimierski of Wesola and Tyczyn, m. Nepomucena Pradzynska; with daughter Ewa JĂłzefa born 1836 in Zielecice;
c) Feliks Bonawentura Sulimierski married in 1829 to Petronela SZANIAWSKA - she was b. 1810 in Gromadzice, daughter of Jan Kanty SZANIAWSKI b. ca 1764, owner of above Gromadzice, and Ochle, and Agnieszka Psarska [see below].

Jan Kanty Szaniawski (ca 1764 - 1839) had sons:
1. JĂłzef Gabriel Szaniawski (born in 1805 in Gromadzice close to Wielun - d. 1879) married in 1841 to Aniela Zbijewska (b. 1816);
2. Jan Chryzostom Ignacy Szaniawski (born 1813, Gromadzice), owner of Chodaki in the Szadek county, and also owner of Kraszyn, and Zwiasty;
3. Ludwik Bartlomiej Szaniawski (b. 1816 in GronĂłw, the Sieradz county), owner of Kroczyce in the LelĂłw county and Malowana Wola (see above on Ignacy KIEDRZYNSKI)
and married in 1844 in Redziny to Aniela Rotkiewicz from Kroczyce (b. in 1824, Kroczyce - died 1860, PiotrkĂłw) daughter of Marianna Dobinska (Dabinska, Drabinska).

Above Jan Kanty Szaniawski (ca 1764 - 1839) was the landowner of Ochle close to Lask and owner of Gromadzice in the Wielun county, married in 1803, OsjakĂłw, to Agnieszka Psarska b. ca 1770 - died after 1844, daughter of Wladyslaw Psarski 1700-1787. Jan Kanty Szaniawski had daughter:
above named Petronela Szaniawska 1809-1835, who married Feliks Bonawentura Szulimierski / Sulimierski b. 1800 with son Stanislaw Jan Szulimierski / Sulimierski b. 1830 - Widawa;
Feliks Bonawentura Szulimierski / Sulimierski was son of Ludwik Szulimierski / Sulimierski born 1770 + Marianna KEMPISTA [see above].

JAN Kanty SZANIAWSKI, b. ca 1764, owner of Gromadzice, and Ochle.


Note on RADOLINSKI - BREZA - KIEDRZYNSKI - RACZYNSKI - General FISZER:

JĂłzef Stanislaw Radolinski born 1730 - died in 1781 in WinnogĂłra, the Szamotuly County, was father of Antonina Maria Breza

{Antonina Maria Breza Radolinska / Maria Antoinette von Radolin-Radolinska, 1771 - d. 1845 in Poznan + Stanislaw Kajetan Krystian von Alcantara Ignatz Breza, 1752 or born in 1754 in Chorostki, Volhynia - 1847 in Jankowice, son of Michal Breza, 1718-1771 in Chorostki, and grandson of Jan Dominik Breza, ca 1681-1738 - see below !}

and Wiridianna / Wirydianna Fiszer (1761 - 1826;
see General Stanislaw Fiszer, Radolinski of Wola Pszczolecka, General Franciszek Paszkowski, Armand + Konstantynowicz, Lenin + Inessa Armand, Tadeusz Kosciuszko).

Zdzislaw Godfryd Redel b. 1839 was the son of Wanda Narcyza Albina Zmichowska (b. ca 1816 in Rawicz), daughter of Jan Zmichowski and Wiktoria Kiedrzynska.
Wiktoria died in 1819; Wiktoria nee Kiedrzynska was daughter of Lukasz Kiedrzynski

{Lukasz Kiedrzynski married 1st time to Franciszka Buczynski / Buczynska, he was owner of Kunowo / Kunow in 1767 (from hands of his mother), he was son of Ludwika nee Sitnicka or Sielinski / Sielnicki - 6 km north of Gostyn and 31 km south-east of Koscian. See: Franciszek Ksawery Psarski died in Myslniew, the Kobyla GĂłra parish close to Ostrzeszow; married to Teresa Sielnicka b. ca 1710; his son Wladyslaw Psarski b. ca 1725 - d. 1787, officer in OstrzeszĂłw, m. Rozalia Bartochowska lived in Ruda close to Wielun (see Kiedrzynski), with 10 children.
Lukasz Kiedrzynski born ca 1740, on 01.08.1774 married 2nd time to Franciszka Maria Raczynska b. ca 1755
daughter of JĂłzef Raczynski - son of Stanislaw Raczynski and Zofia nee Grodzynska - and Brygida nee Breza - daughter of Jan Dominik Breza and Katarzyna nee Kierski / KIERSKA b. 1680 d. 1749.
Daughter of Lukasz Kiedrzynski and Franciszka Kiedrzynska, was Wiktoria nee Kiedrzynska - she was born ca 1775, studied in Poznan, translator of French philosophers, was near by to sister of her mother - Tekla Zmichowska nee Raczynski and her husband JĂłzef}

and Franciszka JĂłzefata Raczynska / Franciszka Maria Raczynska b. ca 1755

[Franciszka born 1751 or ca 1755, was daughter of JĂłzef Raczynski and Brygida BREZA / Brigitta Breza, ca 1720 - 1775, daughter of Jan Dominik Breza 1681 - 1738.
BRYGIDA was the sister of MICHAL Breza b. 1718].

Lukasz Kiedrzynski with 2nd wife Franciszka nee Raczynska had daughter Wiktoria and sons: Ksawery, JĂłzef, Kazimierz, and Feliks / Felix.
Husband of above Ludwika Sielnicka / Sitnicka or Sielinski was Jan Kiedrzynski with Ostoja arms, b. ca 1710.

Three sons of LUKASZ Kiedrzynski and FRANCISZKA studied at the University of Halle and Jena; all 4 sons fought under Napoleon; above Ksawery Kiedrzynski was lawyer and solicitor in Warsaw, owner of Oltarzew close to Warsaw; Ksawery died ca 1828; his brother JĂłzef Teofil Jan Ewangelista Kiedrzynski m. Maria Skojewska, with children: Maria and Jan Kiedrzynski; JĂłzef was owner of Mezenin close to Zambrow.

Kazimierz Kiedrzynski married widowed Ksawery's wife - was friend of the Czartoryskis of Konskowola; then moved home to CRACOW.

Next of kin to named LUKASZ KIEDRZYNSKI born ca 1740:

1. Mikolaj Kiedrzynski the 5th, b. ca 1735, from Koszkowo close to Noskowo and Kunowo;
2. Florian / Floryan Kiedrzynski, b. ca 1730 / 1740, owner of Noskowo - inf. 1776, 16 km east of Koszkowo and 27 km east of Kunowo. The same Florian Kiedrzynski b. ca 1730 (1740 ?), married in 1759, his wife was living 1730-1786. His son Leon Kiedrzynski b. ca 1760. His uncle was Kazimierz Kiedrzynski m. Katarzyna Swierczkowska.

Above Florian Kiedrzynski's father was Marcin Kiedrzynski b. ca 1700 ? - died in 1788, mother Wiktoria Pstrokonska / Wiktoria Poraj Pstrokonska;
brothers of FLORIAN:
Jan Antoni Maciej Kiedrzynski 1738 - d. ?;
Stanislaw Kiedrzynski ? - 1774;
Pawel Kiedrzynski;
JĂłzef Kiedrzynski;
sister "Bona z KarsĂłw" / BONA of Karsy, nee Kiedrzynska -
the village Karsy, the LĂłdz Voivodeship at present, close to Kobiele, 14 km south-east of Radomsko and south of Kodrab, north-east of Czestochowa.

Presumably Teresa and Ludwika Sielnicka are sisters.
Stefan Sielnicki b. ca 1680, had two children born ca 1710 / 1720; this is a branch of STRZELECKI Pawel Edmund (1797 - 1873), Redel and Rostworowski.

Lukasz Kiedrzynski in 1767 bought from his mother Ludwika nee Sielnicki / Sitnicki / Sielinski (b. ca 1710 / 1720), the Kunowo estate.
Franciszek Ksawery Psarski 1691 - 1772 in Myslniew, the OstrzeszĂłw County, son of Aleksander Psarski and Marianna; husband of Teresa Sielnicka b. ca 1710.

A note to JOZEF SOLTYK:

Jadwiga Maria Walewska was the daughter of Karol Walewski and
Maria Radolinska [see below !];
Jadwiga Walewska had the daughter Henryka or Henrietta Walewska b. in Berlin in 1852 m. Henryk Gustaw Algernon Breza b. 1844.

Henryk Gustaw Algernon Breza b. 1844 was the son of Fryderyk August Breza b. 1808 in DREZNO;
FRYDERYK'S BREZA grandparents were:
named Michal Breza of LubaczĂłw, 1718-1771 - see above !,
Ewa Zurawska 1720-1794,
JĂłzef Stanislaw Radolinski of Wschowa, 1730-1781
and Katarzyna Raczynska 1744-1792

{Katarzyna Radolinska Raczynska, 1744 / 1748-1792, was the daughter of Leon Raczynski 1698-1750

(Leon was the son of
MICHAL KAZIMIERZ RACZYNSKI of WSCHOWA, 1650-1737 in POZNAN [he had brothers and half sister: Jan Karol, and Franciszek, also Ewa Anna Węglikowski, 2nd to Stanisław Krzycki of POZNAN],
grandson of Zygmunt Raczynski 1590-1677 or died 1662 - of LOBZENICA),

and Wirydiana Mielzynska.

But above mentioned Franciszka Maria Raczynska b. ca 1755
(or Franciszka JĂłzefata Kiedrzynska nee Raczynska, b. 1751, wife of Lukasz Kiedrzynski, mother of Wiktoria Zmichowska; sister of Anna Strzelecka; Zuzanna Raczynska; Franciszek Wojciech Raczynski; Katarzyna Rynarzewska; Helena Raczynska and Krystyna Lisiecka)
was the daughter of JĂłzef Raczynski b. ca 1720 - son of Stanislaw Raczynski b. ca 1680/1690/1700 and Zofia nee Grodzynska - and Brygida nee Breza, b. ca 1720 - d. ca 1775}.

Henryk Gustaw Algernon Breza married 2nd time to Helena Soltyk 1857-1947

{her great-grandfather was JĂłzef Soltyk 1750-1803 of Zawichost, who was the brother to Maciej Kajetan SOLTYK [died in 1804], Crown secretary; and the brother of Stanislaw Soltyk - Senator and Speaker of the Parliament of the Duchy of Warsaw}.

Above named Maria Radolinska b. 1795 m. Karol Franciszek Salezy Walewski -
see: Pstrykonie / Pstrokonie, the Krzeslow estate with Wola Pszczolecka, Kurow - Kiedrzynski; and KurĂłwka bought in 1818.

Maria Januszkiewicz / Maria Anna Januszkiewicz Slonecka b. ca 1740 / 1755 or 1760 was the daughter of Henryk Januszkiewicz b. ca 1710 / 1720 and Anna Bialynska. Maria Anna married Jan Lanckoronski 1740 / 1746- 1791, Count in 1782; she had daughter
Anna Lanckoronska 1778 / 1780 - 1853, and son
Antoni Lanckoronski b. in Lanckorona in 1777, d. Paryz 1850, Count in the Polish Kingdom, 1824; orderly officer on the staff of Napoleon I, m. Ewa Mecinska daughter of Adam Mecinski and Aniela Stadnicka.

Antoni Lanckoronski had son Henryk Stanislaw Wojciech LANCKORONSKI b. Mianocice close to Ksiaz Wielki in 1816, m. in Berlin in 1850 to Jadwiga Maria Walewska daughter of Karol Walewski and Maria Radolinska [Maria Radolinska b. 1795];
Jadwiga Maria Walewska Lanckoronska had daughter Henryka or Henrietta nee LANCKORONSKA b. in Berlin in 1852 who m. above Henryk Gustaw Algernon Breza b. 1844

[1st married in 1875, Drezno, to Css Henryka Lanckoronska 1852-1880, daughter of Henryk Stanislaw Wojciech Lanckoronski 1816-1897 + Jadwiga Maria Walewska 1825-1857;
2nd married in 1888, KrakĂłw, to Helena Soltyk 1857-1947,
daughter of Marceli Soltyk 1816-1896 + Zofia Budziszewska].

And again back to
Lukasz Kiedrzynski born ca 1740, owner of Kunow, on 01.08.1774 married 2nd time to Franciszka Maria Raczynska b. ca 1755 daughter of JĂłzef Raczynski [son of Stanislaw Raczynski and Zofia nee Grodzynska] and Brygida nee Breza [daughter of Jan Dominik Breza and Katarzyna nee Kierski / KIERSKA b. 1680 d. 1749].

Katarzyna BREZA KIERSKA was mother of:
mentioned Michal Breza
(Michal Breza of LubaczĂłw, 1718-1771 [see above] was father of Stanislaw Kajetan Krystian von Alcantara Ignatz Breza born 1752/1754, and Ewa Woynarowski),
and Brygida Raczynska (see above).

Note to Ignacy Kiedrzynski / Ignacy Kiedrzynski:

Ignacy b. ca 1730; acc. to my research he was the brother of Andrzej Kiedrzynski born ca 1715 / 1720 {not in 1730} [Andrzej Kiedrzynski b. 1715 / 1720, was probably a cousin to named MARCIN b. ca 1700-1788].

Andrzej Kiedrzynski was the landowner of Biegacino in 1760, that is Bieganin / Bieganino ca 23 km west of Kalisz and 16 / 21 km south of Orpiszewko / south-east-south; married Franciszka Jackowska. BIEGANIN - 18 south-east to DOBRZYCA.

Andrzej Kiedrzynski born ca 1715 / 1720 was the father of:

1. KACPER Kiedrzynski b. ca 1750

[Maria Joanna Konstancja Kreska / Marya Joanna Konstancya Kreska, born 14 August 1774 in Grebanin, the BaranĂłw parish, close to Kepno and the Polish-Prussian border, married on 27 August 1804 in Grebanin, close to above BaranĂłw, to Andrzej Kiedrzynski / Jedrzej Kiedrzynski born ca 1770. Andrzej Kiedrzyński (junior) was born ca 1770, was son of Kacper / Kasper Kiedrzynski and Marianna Arcichowski, from Rokutow in the Grodzisko parish. Maria Joanna Konstancja Kreska / Marya Joanna Konstancya Kreska, born 14 August 1774 in Grebanin, the BaranĂłw parish, close to Kepno and the Polish-Prussian border, married on 27 August 1804 in Grebanin, close to above BaranĂłw, to Andrzej Kiedrzynski / Jedrzej Kiedrzynski junior. She was daughter of Joachim Kreski b. 1723 in Kobylogrod / Kobyla Gora close to Ostrzeszow, died 1795 in Grebanin, the BaranĂłw parish, close to Kepno and the Polish-Prussian border, and she had mother Justyna Magnuska b. 1749 and died 1817 in Grebanin];

2. DOROTA PSARSKA - MADALINSKA born ca 1740 / 1750, died in 1784

[Dorota was 1st married (1768 / 1769 ?) to Wawrzyniec Grabiński / Wawrzyniec Bartłomiej Grabiński who d. before 1769, his father Stefan Grabiński d. 1742, mother Konstancja Lubiatowska d. 1763; his brothers: Jan Grabiński, Andrzej Grabiński, Bartłomiej Grabiński d. 1787; his step-father Szymon Czarniecki d. 1744; Dorota m. 2nd to Tomasz Psarski born ca 1740 / 1750, died ca 1807; Tomasz was owner of Wola Dzierlińska bought in 1786. Antoni PSARSKI who was the son of Tomasz, and Łucja Czekulin had daughter KONSTANCJA Psarska (b. ca 1819 - died after 1840). Above Tomasz Psarski born ca 1740 - died after 1770 / 1819 + Dorota Kiedrzynska 1740-1784 had son Antoni Psarski born in 1770. Dorota m. 3rd to Kajetan Madaliński 1740-1784, with son JĂłzef MADALINSKI, b. 1774, died after 1809, Captain in 1809]; and

3. Izydor Kiedrzynski who was b. 1749 and m. to Helena who was born in 1762 and she died in Wola Wiazowa in 1828 [the family of the author].

4. And remember about Jan Marcin BOGDAŃSKI died in 1809, married in ca 1764 to Marianna Ostoja Kiedrzyńska d. 1785, daughter of above named Andrzej Kiedrzynski and his wife Franciszka Jackowska,
with children:
Marianna 1768-1848 m. in 1784, Piotr Franciszek Tomasz Kiedrowski;
Petronela m. Roch Ruszkowski;
Florian d. 1851 - owner of Jankow / Jankowo.

Jakub Kiedrzynski from Kalisz, born in WILCZKOW, was also the son of Andrzej Kiedrzynski born ca 1715/1720, was the owner of Orpiszewek [Jakub was born in 1738 in WILCZKOW in the GLUCHOW parish; died in 1798].
Above JAKUB Kiedrzynski, and Antoni Psarski in 1792 [Antoni PSARSKI m. Lucja Czekulin] were next of kin to the Madalinski family.
JĂłzef MADALINSKI, b. 1774, died after 1809, Captain in 1809, m. Julianna nee Bogdanska, 1st voto JAKUB Kiedrzynski; she d. in Orpiszew / Orpiszewko / ORPISZEWEK in 1809 (Orpiszewko was owned by the Kiedrzynskis); with daughter Kunegunda born before 1809 in Orpiszewek, m. in 1835 in Restarzew, to Grzegorz Chrzanowski b. ca 1784, son of Zofia Tymienicki.
Jozef Madalinski was son of Kajetan Madalinski, 1740-1784 and Dorota Kiedrzynska 1740 or 1750 - 1784.
Jakub Kiedrzynski was born in 1738 in WILCZKOW in the GLUCHOW parish; died in 1798.
His two wives: Brygida Bardzka [in 1767]; and Julianna nee Bogdanska [ca 1788].

JAKUB'S brother was Kasper Kiedrzynski !

MICHAL Arcichowski or Arciechowski Michal, b. ca 1717, inf. 1748, died in Chodziez [northern Grand Poland and close to ex-Prussian border !], in 1771. Before 1747 he was married to Antonine (Agnieszka ?) Golinska, d. before 1779, with son Anastazy, and daughters:
Marianna in 1779 m. to Kasper Kiedrzynski / KACPER KIEDRZYNSKI [see family of Izydor Kiedrzynski !];
Nepomucena in 1778 m. Zygmunt Grudzinski;
Michalina;
Karolina in 1779 was unmarried.

Arciechowski JĂłzef Wojciech, b. in Milicz in 1785, Captain of the Grand Duchy of Warsaw, landowner of Dziewoklucz in 1815, owned Margonin in 1817, m. in 1813 to Dominika Gembicka, daughter of Ignacy and Cecylia Kurdwanowska, divorced as Jaworowicz, b. ca 1784, with son Jan, b. in Margonin in 1821, and with daughter
Monika, b. ca 1814, married in 1838 to Apolinary Kiedrzynski;
Eufemia, b. ca 1818 and died in 1820 in Margonin.
Margonin - 14 km east of above CHODZIEZ.

They were relatives of Marcin Kiedrzynski, b. ca 1715/1720, and they come from Jakob / Jakub Kiedrzynski senior b. ca 1675 - owner of Dymki in the Lututow parish since 1698, inf. 1709 Wielun. Dymki and Lututow - Dymki estate of the Kiedrzynskis is situated 5 km east of Lututow, in the Wieruszow county.

JĂłzef MADALINSKI, b. 1774, died after 1809, Captain in 1809, m. Julianna nee Bogdanska, 1st voto JAKUB Kiedrzynski; she d. in Orpiszew / Orpiszewko in 1809 (Orpiszewko was the Kiedrzynskis). He was son of Kajetan Madalinski 1740-1784 and Dorota Kiedrzynska 1740 or 1750 - 1784.
Above JĂłzef Wawrzyniec Kajetan MADALINSKI b. 1774, owner of Kraszyn and Chodaki, had children:
a) Kunegunda b. ca 1809 in Orpiszewek, m. in 1835 in Restarzew, to Grzegorz Chrzanowski b. ca 1784;
b) Sebastian Fabian MADALINSKI.

JĂłzef Wawrzyniec Kajetan MADALINSKI b. 1774 had brother Jakub Hiacynt MADALINSKI born 1775, m. Honorata Psarska died ca 1820, with daughter Anna b. 1797, m. in 1821 to JĂłzef Julian Walewski son of Andrzej owner of Wola Balucka, 2nd time married to Jan Kanty Psarski, landowner of Wielgie.

Above Dorota KIEDRZYNSKA was 1 voto Wawrzyniec Grabinski; 2nd voto Tomasz Psarski owner of Wola Dzierlinska, 3rd married to above Kajetan MADALINSKI.

IGNACY Kiedrzynski was living in 1764 in Wielgomlyny, Ignacy Kiedrzynski of Malowana Wola (5 km east of DMENIN; 9 km north-west of WOLKA BANKOWA; 5 km north of Kobiele Wielkie) married Zofia nee Zablocka 1 voto Swiecicka, widow.

Marcin Kiedrzynski senior was the uncle of above Ignacy Kiedrzynski b. ca 1730 and to Andrzej Kiedrzynski born ca 1720.

Mentione above Marcin b. ca 1700, and Kazimierz Kiedrzynski were the brothers.

Above Florian Kiedrzynski's father was
Marcin Kiedrzynski senior, b. ca 1715 / 1720 - died in 1788, mother Wiktoria Pstrokonska / Wiktoria Poraj Pstrokonska.
Florian / Floryan Kiedrzynski, b. ca 1730 / 1740, owner of Noskowo - inf. 1776, 16 km east of Koszkowo and 27 km east of Kunowo. The same Florian Kiedrzynski b. ca 1730 (1740 ?), married in 1759, his wife was living 1730-1786. His son Leon Kiedrzynski b. ca 1760. His uncle was Kazimierz Kiedrzynski m. Katarzyna Swierczkowska.

The distillery of spirits in Wola Wiazowa belonged to Pradzynski, but the village was still owned by Walewski.

It is this and not another the Pradzynski family - relatives of the Kiedrzynskis. Pradzynski from Wilkowo Polskie was married to Kiedrzynski - the Kiedrzynski family in Wilkowo Polskie are descendants of Jakub Kiedrzynski from Kalisz, born in WILCZKOW, son of Andrzej Kiedrzynski born ca 1715/1720.

WILCZKOW belonged to Pstrokonski.

Franciszek Ksawery Pstrokonski, b. in 1715 - died ca 1783, owner of WILCZKOW, m. Agnieszka Nieniewska d. 1776; he was the brother of Marianna, and Wiktoria PSTROKONSKA {born ca 1715/1720} - she was married Marcin Kiedrzynski {b. ca 1715/1720}, son of Jakub Kiedrzynski senior, and Ewa Gomolinska / GOMULINSKA.

Jakub's Kiedrzynski - junior - brother was Izydor Kiedrzynski. Jakub's nephew was Gabriel Kiedrzynski [January 1833 with nicknames].

MOKIEJEWSKI had several distilleries of spirits, also near to Przysucha - Opoczno. The part of Mokiejowski / Mokiejewski's property, ie Smogorzow and MariĂłwka, was transferred to the Kiedrzynski family - it is the same family of MARCIN Kiedrzynski from WILCZKOW [see Andrzej Kiedrzynski from Wilczkow and his son Jakub Kiedrzynski - WILCZKOW, WILKOWO POLSKIE, Kalisz] and WILKOWO POLSKIE.

1903 - Smogorzow was bought by Henryk KIEDRZYNSKI and his wife Wanda Lucja Bogumila Geneli / Wanda Geneliek of Kiedrzwica.
HENRYK Kiedrzynski / Ostoja-Kiedrzynski Henryk was a judge for 28 years. He died in 1929 or 1927. SmogorzĂłw took Ludomir Kiedrzynski and Stefan KIEDRZYNSKI [they had a brother Witold Henryk Kiedrzynski, born 1895].
Named Wanda Lucja Bogumila Geneli b. ca 1870, her mother 1831-1893; Wanda married in Warsaw in 1885, to LEON KIEDRZYNSKI, that is Leon Henryk Kiedrzynski or named Henryk KIEDRZYNSKI - Ostoja, born in 1859 in Grzymaczew [the estate Grzymaczew - Wojkow, close to WRZACA, 9 km south to BLASZKI; 25 km west to Sieradz].
His father born in 1840 - Kalisz, died 1859 - Grzymaczew, married to woman b. 1830.
His grandfather born 1806. Maybe born in 1806 in Staw, in the Kalisz county, married a wife b. 1810; his borother 1813-1869.
His great-grandfather Franciszek Kiedrzynski b. 1772 May or ca 1770. Franciszek Kiedrzynski married in Staw or Staw Kaliski, 9 km north-west to BLASZKI, in 1804. Staw - 25 km south to BEDZIECHOW of Kiedrzynski.
Franciszek Kiedrzynski was son of Pawel Kiedrzynski and Dorota Kiedrzynska born Karlinska in 1740.
Pawel was born in 1739 / 1740.
Franciszek had 3 siblings: Klemens Kiedrzynski. Franciszek married Marianna Grygowska b. 1770, with son Aleksander Kiedrzynski.

PAWEL had a brother Florian Kiedrzynski; they were sons of Marcin Kiedrzynski b. ca 1715/1720 - died in 1788, mother Wiktoria Pstrokonska / Wiktoria Poraj Pstrokonska [b. 1715/1720] of WILCZKOW.
His great-great-grandfather PAWEL Kiedrzynski, b. ca 1739 / 1740 - d. in MEKA in 3 September 1809. Meka - 5 km east to Sieradz.

Jakub Kiedrzynski from Kalisz, born in WILCZKOW, son of Andrzej Kiedrzynski born ca 1715/1720, was the owner of Orpiszewek [born in 1738 in WILCZKOW in the GLUCHOW parish; died in 1798].
Acc. to Dworzaczek:
in 1771 Kajetan Lipnicki, son of Gabriel LIPNICKI and Marianna Bojanowska, m. Bona Kiedrzynska, daughter of Marcin KIEDRZYNSKI and Wiktoria Pstrokonska. Mistake: in [or before 1788] 1788 named Bona Kiedrzynska, daughter of above Marcin and Wiktoria nee Pstrokonska, married Kajetan Lipnicki, son of Gabriel Lipnicki and Marianna Bojanowska.

MACIEJ Pstrokonski died in 1752; left from second marriage
1. daughter Bona Pstrokonska, m. Antoni Otto Trapczynski; and MACIEJ had next children -
2. Wiktoria Pstrokonska [b. ca 1715/1720 !], married Marcin Kiedrzynski; Marcin Kiedrzynski b. ca 1715/1720, was the son of Jakub Kiedrzynski and Ewa Gomolinska / GOMULINSKA.
3. Franciszka, m. Franciszek Gajecki; in 1726 Franciszka nee Pstrokonska was living in Wilczkow, born ca 1705/1710. In 1736, Antoni Pawel Sebastian Pstrokonski was born in Wilczkow, son of Maciej Pstrokonski and Konstancja Zareba.
4. Maciej junior;
5. Antoni Pawel Pstrokonski, b. in Wilczkow in 1736;
6. Marianna Pstrokonska;
7. Franciszek Ksawery Pstrokonski, 1715 - d. 1783, senior, the owner of WILCZKOW; the official in Piotrkow; official in MOZYR in 1750, m. Agnieszka Nieniewska, 1715/1720/1725 - d. 1776, the daughter of Andrzej Nieniewski and Anna Myszkowska.
His son Franciszek Ksawery Pstrokonski, junior, 1750/1760 - 1818 in Ostrow, the Jeziorsko parish.

Florian Kiedrzynski's father was mentioned above Marcin Kiedrzynski b. ca 1715/1720 - died in 1788, mother Wiktoria Pstrokonska / Wiktoria Poraj Pstrokonska;
his brothers:
Jan Antoni Maciej Kiedrzynski 1738 - d. ?;
Stanislaw Kiedrzynski ? - 1774 [married Marjanna nee Zamoyska];
Pawel Kiedrzynski;
JĂłzef Kiedrzynski;
sister Bona Kiedrzynska [b. ca 1745 ?] who was married in Karsy.


The Kalinowski family:

Ignacy Kalinowski b. ca 1710 (ca 1730 !?) + Justyna Borzecka b. ca 1720 (b. ca 1735 ?) daughter of Franciszek Borzecki b. ca 1695 - son of Antoni [Antoni Borzecki, official in PRZEMYSL, born ca 1690 ??] and Justyna Winnicka - and Marianna Pociej b. ca 1700, daughter of Ludwik Konstanty Pociej.
Mentioned above
Ignacy Kalinowski b. ca 1710 (ca 1730 !?) + Justyna Borzecka b. ca 1720 (b. ca 1735 ?) daughter of Franciszek Borzecki b. ca 1695 - son of Antoni and Justyna Winnicka - and Marianna Pociej b. ca 1700, daughter of Ludwik Konstanty Pociej, commander-in-chief of the Lithuania Army in 1709, with his second wife Emercjanna Warszycka - daughter of Stanislaw Warszycki - she was 2nd time married to Duke Montmorency (his 1st wife was Aniela Katarzyna Zahorowska, daughter of Stefan).

Emerencjanna Emercjanna Pociej, de Bours de Montmorency, nee Warszycka was born ca 1692, to Stanislaw Warszycki and Marianna of Zakliczyn nee Jordan. Stanislaw was born in 1666. Marianna was born in 1670. Emerencjanna married Ludwik Konstanty Pociej in 1717; Ludwik was born in 1664, in Kietowiszki. They had daughter Ludwika Marianna Borzecka nee Pociej. Emerencjanna married 2nd to JĂłzef Aleksander de Bours de Montmorency in 1730; JĂłzef de Montmorency, chevalier seigneur de Bours, was born in 1690 / 1700. Emerencjanna died in 1730.

Note to above SOLTYK + KALINOWSKI:

Ignacy Kalinowski b. ca 1710 + Justyna Borzecka b. ca 1720 / ca 1735,
had children:
1. Agnieszka Kalinowska b. ca 1750,
2. Franciszka Kalinowska b. ca 1760/1765 + Olszewski / Olszowski [see President Lech Kaczynski],

[Antoni Jan Olszowski was born 1732, to Stanislaw Olszowski and Zofia Nekanda-Trepka. Stanislaw was born in 1705. Zofia was born in 1700. Antoni had brother Jan Nepomucen Olszowski; Antoni married Katarzyna in 1756; they had one daughter Franciszka Zaluskowski; Antoni Jan Olszowski m. to Katarzyna Niemojowska b. 1730, with son Marceli Olszowski 1767-1837, grandson Andrzej Olszowski 1801-1879 m. in 1837 to Emilia Czarzewska / Czazewska 1818-1885;
great-grandson Ludwik Olszowski 1836-1911 married Julia Szembek 1836-1928.
Ludwik was owner of Torzyniec, died in Breslau / Wroclaw, the marriage in 1866.
Julia was daughter of Wincenty Szembek and Emilia de Becu / Emilia Becu;
Julia nee Szembek was born 1836 or ca 1838 in the Siemianice parish, died in Wroclaw. Above Andrzej Olszowski was son of Marceli and Franciszka Kalinowska - she was born ca 1760 (before 1765 ?).
Franciszka Kalinowska m. Olszewski / Olszowski in ca 1800.
The Ludwik Olszowski branch come from Walerian and his son Mikolaj who was born in 1619 in Olszowo / Olszowa, the Ujazd parish. Olszowo - 15 km north-west of Ujazd in the Slask province (Schlesien, Silesia)],

3. Justyna Kalinowska b. ca 1750 + JĂłzef Soltyk + Tomasz Piasecki.

Above JĂłzef Soltyk b. ca 1750, died in 1803, came from Mikita (Mikolaj) Soltyk. His grandfather - JĂłzef Franciszek Soltyk d. 1735, and father - Maciej Soltyk d. 1780. JĂłzef Soltyk d. 1803, was brother of Maciej Kajetan, and of Stanislaw SOLTYK - senator and Marshal of the Parliament of the Warsaw Duchy.

4. JĂłzefa Kalinowska b. ca 1750 + Jan Sadel Sadlo + 2nd time to Glogowski

[this is the genealogical connection to the Komorowski family and this means that also to the President Bronislaw Komorowski - see my data on liaisons of Lithuanian and Galician branches of this count's family - also see: Wola PszczĂłlecka, Mielzynski, Kalinowski and Oginski - von Ronne and Bilewicz from Zmudz / Samaites],

5. Antonina Kalinowska b. ca 1750 / 1760 / 1764 + Ludwik Walewski [see Kiedrzynski, Fiszer {+ Kosciuszko and Jefferson}, Wola Pszczolecka {see Kiedrzynski}];

6. Seweryn Ksawery Kalinowski b. 1759 + Elzbieta Bielska.

Seweryn Ksawery Kalinowski b. 1759 d. after 1790 + Elzbieta Bielska b. ca 1760, d. ca 1809, owner of Petlikowce Stare 1799 - 1809, daughter of Jozef Bielski 1730 - 1774 - son of Boguslaw Bielski and Anna Szeptycka - and Jozefa Ostrorog b. ca 1730 1st wife;
with children:
a. Ignacy Franciszek Antoni Kalinowski b. ca 1790 / 1795 d. before 1846 + Hortensja Karsnicka 1800-1881 owner of Kurzany, daughter of Antoni Karsnicki 1779-1844 owner of Bakowiec and Hrehorow son of Walenty Karsnicki and Elzbieta Paczynska, and mother of Hortensja: Julia Glogowska b. 1760 ?;
Hortensja had husbands:
1 m. Ignacy Franciszek Antoni Kalinowski 1795 - before 1846,
2 m. Ludwik Jablonowski 1795 - 1846, son of Ludwik Stanislaw Jablonowski (1773-1825) and Lucja Glogowska,
3 m. JĂłzef Jakubowicz (1820 - 1883) owner of Zochatyn close to Sanok, Kurzany, Podwysokie, WĂłlka, Huciska, Demna, son of Dominik Jakubowicz (1784 - 1887).

Child of above Hortensja:
Wladyslaw Kalinowski (1831 - 1893) m. Cecylia Szeliska b. ca 1835, daughter of JĂłzef Kalasanty Szeliski and Emilia Pietruska / Postruska;
b. Justyna Kalinowska 1790-1876 in Paris owner of Petlikowce + 1st in 1809 to JĂłzef Tomasz Russocki Count 1785-1862 son of Magdalena Dobinska daughter of Zygmunt of Brzeziny d. 1759, + 2nd to Jozef Oechsner b. 1790.
c. JĂłzef Kalinowski ca 1790-1825 owner of Kamionka Wielka, Machnowka, Lubar, Udnow + Emilia Potocka b. ca 1791 in Guzow; the daughter of Prot Antoni Potocki 1761-1801 owner of Machnowka in the Berdyczow county, and her mother was
Marianna Maria Lubomirska d. 1810 1st m. to Prot Antoni Potocki, 2nd to General Walerian Zubow, 3rd to General Teodor Uwarow / Uvarov;
she was daughter of Kacper Lubomirski d. 1780, and Barbara Lubomirska b. 1745 daughter of Jerzy Ignacy b. 1687
(acc. to http://myszkowscy.pl/ by Andrzej Wcislo - Barbara m. to Sollohub, Kacper Lubomirski, Kalikst Poninski, and Aleksander Winnicki):
with children:
JĂłzefina Kalinowska + Ireneusz Kleofas Oginski,
Olga Kalinowska + Ireneusz Kleofas Oginski,
Seweryna Kalinowska,
and Maria Kalinowska m. Trubecka / Duke Trubecki. That is married to Grigory Troubetzkoy b. 1802 and died 11 January 1874, who was son of Piotr Nikolaievich Troubetzkoy b. 18 November 1773.

We remember about Maria Kalinowska in 1840 moved back from St Petersburg on Krakow / Cracow. 1840 acc. to Cosroe Dusi: May 30. This morning began the portrait of Countess Josephine Kalinovskaya / Jozefina Kalinowska ... 1840, June, the 27. This morning the family Branicki leaves with Countess Kalinovsky. They ordered me a portrait of an older sister, who is married to General Plautin / Plautyn and lives in Tsarskoye Selo.
And Olga Kalynovska / Kalinowska goes away from court, to his native Poland, where she get married; Alexander agrees to marry Mary Hesse- Darmstadt.

Nestor Troubetzkoy (with nickname Nester Kalinowski) had a sister Maria. His sister's name would be given by the mother Maria of the Kalinowski house:
Mary Kalinowski who had affinities with family of Oginski; in turn, this family was associated with the Radziwills and then with the Konstantynowiczs in Miezonki.
Maria Trubeckoi / Duchess Maria Troubetzkoy / Mary Trubecki was born 1835 / 1840 / 1850. Duchess Maria Troubeckoy married Konstantinovich - genealogical research go towards demonstrating that her husband's name was Vasily / Wasyl; Wasilij or Vasily Konstantynowicz was born about 1840.
Therefore, we have strong links between the 'Duflon and Konstantynowicz' Company in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Zaporozhya / Zaporoze / Alexandrovsk and with Estonia, including Tallinn, Viljandi and Parnu. These relations also apply Miezonki, Lodz, the secret Pilsudski movement in Belarus and Estonia and the smuggling of weapons from Russia to Galicia by Lodz.
Two families: Kalinowski and Paszkowski, has a lot connections.
Count Jozef KALINOWSKI / Joseph Kalinowski fought in the Polish Legions, among others between 1806 and 1807 - Silesia, Westphalia, etc. Similarly, the colonel and then general Franciszek Paszkowski. Both participated in the Napoleonic wars, years 1812- 1813. Returned to the country in 1814. Then Paszkowski, and Kalinowski, have made a Free City of Krakow (ca 1819) and established families. Their children were born just after 1816. Both have completed military service in the rank of general. Both family came from south of the former Poland, after in the Russian zone, and also in the Austrian partition, but had a relationships with families living in Russia.
Nestor Troubetzkoy had father:
Grigory Troubetzkoy b. 1802 and died 11 January 1874;
grandfather - Piotr Nikolaievich Troubetzkoy b. 18 November 1773 - died 16 November 1801.
And mother of Nestor Trubecki or Nester Trubiacki / Troubetzkoy vel Nestor Kalinowski was Countess Maria Kalinowska. Probably she was born (after 1805) ca 1819 and it was the same age as Maria Paszkowska / Mary Armand nee Paszkowski.


We back to WALEWSKI:

Ludwik Mikolaj WALEWSKI 2nd m. in April 1794 to Kalinowska Janina / Antonina Kalinowska of Lelow daughter of Ignacy KALINOWSKI and Justyna Borzecka - she was 2nd time married in 1822 in Swierzyny, to Mikolaj Jaksa Krobanowski b. ca 1771;
Ludwik Mikolaj WALEWSKI children:
A. Michal Walewski b. 1804, owner of Krzeslow (see Wola PSZCZOLECKA), Kurow, Wypychow, Podlesie, Dziuby, Stara Poczta,
B. Justyna b. 1807,
C. Karol Franciszek Salezy Walewski b. 1795, owner of Parzymiechy, + Marianna Radolinska daughter of Piotr RADOLINSKI and Tekla Lanckoronska,
with:
a) Piotr Ludwik Teodor Walewski b. 1822 in Parzymiechy,
b) Jadwiga Maria + 1850 to Henryk Stanislaw Wojciech Lanckoronski;

D. Napoleon Walewski b. 1802, owner of Pstrokonie, Wozniki, Swierzyna, GorzuchĂłw, Lisy, + Natalia Kreska d. ca 1833, daughter of Florian KRESKI and Antonina Karsnicka.
Children of Napoleon Walewski:
a) Ludwik Mieczyslaw Walewski b. 1830, owner of Pstrokonie, Paprotnia, m. unknown with: Adela,
b) Antonina Floriana Salomea b. 1831 in Pstrekonie, + Boleslaw Kobierzycki,
c) Wanda Natalia Maria Walewska b. 1832 in Maslowice, m. Wladyslaw Sulimierski owner of Lubiec near Wola Pszczolecka (see Adam Kiedrzynski in Sulmierzyce).


We back to SZANIAWSKI:

The grandson of JĂłzef Kalasanty Szaniawski was
Alfons Fortunat Szaniawski, born 1837, General
[Szaniawski Alfons Fortunat, General of the Russian Army, entrepreneur, philanthropist. Born in Siedlce, he was the son of Leon Pawel Szaniawski (born ca. 1800), co-owner of the property in Szaniawy-Rynda; his mother was Tekla Filigens (born 1812). 1898 he was moved to Moscow where he bought a house near Arbat, which became a frequent gathering place for Russian intelligentsia. He kept contact with Franciszek Antoni Wasilewski, and Alexander Lednicki. In July 1905 he had given to the Moscow Poor Roman Catholic Charity Society 40 thousand rb. in gold for the establishment of a Polish library, called the Polish House (opened on 23 Oct. 1906)].

JĂłzef Kalasanty Szaniawski (1764-1843), philosopher, lawyer, censor;
son of above mentioned Antoni Szaniawski and Konkordia Lipinska.

JĂłzef Kalasanty Szaniawski born in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, died in LwĂłw,
"...during the Kosciuszko Uprising (1794), Szaniawski was a Polish Jacobin. After the suppression of the uprising, he emigrated to Paris, where he was a member of the "Polish Deputation"; an independence organization that arose in Paris in 1795 (remaining active till 1796) and grouped representatives of the Polish emigre radical wing. ... The Polish Deputation thereby came into conflict with the moderate Kosciuszko-Uprising emigre activists of the "Agency", founded in Paris in 1794, which opposed armed action in Poland, counting instead on France's diplomatic and military aid, and supporting Henryk Dabrowski's Polish Legions...".
JĂłzef Kalasanty Szaniawski (1764-1843), in 1788, married in Pawlowice to Joanna Julianna BORZECKA [see KALINOWSKI and Wola Pszczolecka; Mielzynski - Billewicz - Merkel].

Borzecki, Hilary, son of Pawel BORZECKI and Bogucka, in 1774, give his land back [the KOSCIAN county; the property was owned by his brother TOMASZ BORZECKI] to Maciej Dabrowski.
In 1784, agreed with his 1st wife Katarzyna, widowed Opolska.
Borzecki, Hilary was landowner of Michorzew / Michorzewo. His 2nd wife died in 1785, in Michorzewo; In 1788 he bought a land from JĂłzef Drywa Zakrzewski, official in Pyzdry: Wysoka, Wielany, PodgĂłr. Inf. in 1788 about his sister Rozalia.
Wysoka and Smolnik was sold in 1789 to Maksymilian Mielzynski [the Koscian county].
Felicjan Walknowski in 1789 sold to HILARY BORZECKI land of Targoszyce and Poradowo and also a part of the Zemiechow forest.
Hilary died 1793 / 1796 in Lutogniew - Jutrosin.
His 2nd wife was Jadwiga Teresa Sokolnicka, daughter of Kazimierz SOKOLNICKI, mariage before 1789; she was born ca 1749; her second mariage in 1798 to Jan Nepomucen Korytowski, in WyganĂłw; her daughter Urszula Kordula JĂłzefa BORZECKA born in Targoszyce, bpt. in 1789 in WyganĂłw; she died after 1808 near to Szkaradowo.

The brother of named above Hilary was Damazy BORZECKI, son of Pawel Borzecki senior, and Bogucka;
Pawel Borzecki = Pawel Damazy Borzecki junior, born in Grodnica, bpt in 1739 in Strzelce Wielkie; in 1767 m. Anna Marianna Figetti, daughter of Jakub FIGETTI and Anna Krzechcinska; PAWEL BORZECKI was leaseholder of Kobylin Stary in 1772-78; Dlugoleka close to named Kobylin in 1780 - near to Pepowo; Sarbinowo close to Zytowiecko; Dabcza, 1782 close to Mokronos; owner of Grodnica in the Koscian county;
in 1782 Antoni Sulkowski bought named GRODNICA.

In 1784 Pawel Damazy Borzecki junior rented Odolanow.
Damazy Borzecki / Pawel Damazy Borzecki junior, died after 1790; his wife - Marianna, was owner of Pniewy, godmother of granddaughter Szaniawska in 1794 in Poniec;
His daughters:
Joanna Julianna BORZECKA, b. in 1768 close to Poniec, married in Pawlowice in Nov. 1788 to JĂłzef Kalasanty Szaniawski;
RĂłza, b. ca 1772, and
1776 was born Teresa Jadwiga Borzecka, in Folwark Kobylinski, bpt in Kobylin, m. 1792 in Pniewy to Jan Szaniawski;
Helena, b. in Folwark Kobylinski in 1778;

Pawel Damazy Borzecki junior, had sons:
Florian;
Teodor, b. in Zawada / Zawady and bpt 1769;
Maurycy.

The Poznan BORZECKI branch:

Damazy Borzecki m. before 1766 to Maria with: Florian, Joanna Julia and Teodor. He was living in 1788 in the Pawlowice parish; and in 1789 in the Pniewy parish.

JĂłzef Kalasanty Szaniawski in 1791 was living in the Pawlowice manor in the Pawlowice parish.

Teodor Borzecki bpt. in Zawada in 1769 in the Poniec parish.

Teresa BORZECKA in 1792 married to Jan Szaniawski in the Pniewy parish; 1797 she was living in CzarnkĂłw parish.

Maurycy Borzecki in 1797 married to Julia Czachran, in the CzarnkĂłw parish; he was the landlord of Pniewy.


The Chrapowicki family - SWOLNA and MIEZONKA - Kennedy and BOUVIER

- I explain mistakes, which appeared in other sources; my brief explanation in Nov. 2017 -

Siemon Y. Khrapovitsky / Семён Яковлевич Храповицки / Chrapowicki (1752 - 1819), was a nobility marshal of the Yukhnovsky district
[Lieutenant Nikolai Sergeyevich Khrapovitsky / Khrapovitsky Nikolai Sergeevich / Храповицкий Николай Сергеевич died 1905.05.15 close to Cushima / Tsushima or in Port Arthur, China. He was the son of Sergei Yasonovich Khrapovitsky b. 1829, the husband of Alexandra Pavlovna Khrapovitsky, staff captain retired in 1879.
SERGEI Chrapowicki was the son of Jason S. Khrapovitsky / Ясон, and the grandson of named above Siemon Y. Khrapovitsky / Chrapowicki and Maria Lvovna Chernysheva.
Mentioned above NIKOLAJ Chrapowicki had a daughter Maya de Chrapovitsky's.
Count NIKOLAJ / Nicolas de Chrapovitsky Lieut. Col., born Sankt-Peterburg, Russia. NIKOLAJ / NIKOLAS Chrapowicki married to Margharita Taylor b. 07.02.1872, d. Los Angeles, 1942, with daughters: Olga de Chrapovitsky b. 1898 m. Edward R. Condon; and above
Maya de Chrapovitsky b. 1899 m. 1st Hugh Dudley Auchincloss Jr, 2nd Eldbridge Rand.

See John Fitzgerald KENNEDY, President of US, and the BOUVIER family - compare George de Mohrenschildt.

Named Olga de Chrapovitsky b. 1898, Saint Petersburg, d. 1991, Laguna Beach, CA].

Siemion Chrapowicki was the son of JAKOB Chrapowicki [see below].

Named JAKOB Chrapowicki was the son of DOMINIK CHRAPOWICKI / Dementij Chrapowicki who was a taskmaster. Named Dominik Chrapowicki born before 1700 [ca 1695], d. 1729, was the husband of Rozalia Rypińska.

Dominik Chrapowicki
[his branch come from KRYSTYNA Łowejko and JAN Chrapowicki, senior] was the father of
1.
Eustachy Chrapowicki senior

[Eustachy JĂłzef Chrapowicki, 1730-1791, senior, the judge in Polotsk, in
1765 the Swolna estate owner,
inf. in Starodub in 1765, 1775, married twice: in 1779, 2nd to Teresa Szczyt / Teresa Niemirowicz-Szczytt 1730-1778,

with a son
JĂłzef Chrapowicki {junior}, 1750-1812, who married 2nd Pss Magdalena Oginska, b. ca 1750 / 1760 {her brother was Ignacy Oginski b. 1755, d. 1787, m. Jozefa}. JĂłzef Chrapowicki junior, divorced with 1st wife Franciszka Hryniewiecka (she m. Woyniłłowicz).

JOZEF junior Chrapowicki + MAGDALENA's sons:

A.
Antoni Chrapowicki, b. ca 1780 {Anthony, 1775-1851}, married Ewelina SWIATOPELK-MIRSKI, b. ca 1790 / ? 1800 {Ewelina Kamilla Ewa Swiatopelk-Mirska}.
Antoni Chrapowicki married twice, 1st to unknown Wolska b. 1790; 2nd to Ewelina.
Ewelina SWIATOPELK-MIRSKI was a daughter of Stanislaw Wojciech SWIATOPELK-MIRSKI (1756-1805), the Grand Duchy of Lithuania Writer, and Stanislawa Koszczyc.
Named Antoni Chrapowicki was the son of JĂłzef Chrapowicki junior, 1750-1812, and Pss Magdalena Oginska b. ca 1750 / 1760; grandson of Eustachy JĂłzef Chrapowicki 1730-1791 and Teresa Niemirowicz-Szczytt 1730-1778.

ANTONI Chrapowicki was the great-grandson of Dominik Chrapowicki of Somilisko, 1700-1729.

B.
Michal Chrapowicki
{Michal Mikolaj Chrapowicki b. 1780 / Michał Chrapowicki, Marschall of Dzisna county, and Minsk Province, owner of JasnogĂłrki and Korolla in Zmudz, and Prozorok in the county of Dzisna, m. 1st Joanna OkuszkĂłwna / Joanna Okuszko, with a son
Kazimierz Chrapowicki and a daughter. Named
Kazimierz Chrapowicki 1817-1881 married to Adela Ciechanowiecka 1823-1887. KAZIMIERZ's brother was Arkadiusz Chrapowicki / Arkady, m. to Stefania Radziwill.
Michał Chrapowicki with his second wife, Jozefa Korsak, had the son Arkadyusz married Stefania Julia Radziwiłł 1825-1896. STEFANIA RADZIWILL was the owner of MIEZONKA - see Dominik Konstantynowicz, his son Antoni Konstantynowicz, grandson Stanislaw Konstantynowicz + Anna Malkiewicz}.

C.
Eustachy Chrapowicki, jr., b. 1790
{Eustachy Chrapowicki junior, b. 1790, m. in 1810 to Amelia Gorska 1793-1866, daughter of Stanisław August Gorski b. 1745 and Anna Niemirowicz-Szczytt 1767-1796}.

EUSTACHY Chrapowicki senior married 1st to Balbina PAKOSZ / PakoszĂłwna
{sometimes we have the wrong information that EUSTACHY CHRAPOWICKI was the father of Piotr Celestyn Chrapowicki. Piotr Celestyn Chrapowicki, born ca 1780, the Russian top officer}.

The above EUSTACHY's senior CHRAPOWICKI, and Eustachy's junior line:

MARIA CHRAPOWICKA the wife to Karol Epstein b. ca 1890, that is Maria Chrapowicka born to Marian Antoni Andrzej Chrapowicki 1864 -1930 and Maria Jaksa-Dębicka 1863-1909. Marian Antoni Andrzej Chrapowicki was the son of Ignacy Antoni Chrapowicki b. 1817 in Witebsk, Vitebsk; d. 1893; grandson of Eustachy Chrapowicki / Chrapovickis junior b. circa 1790. Eustachy Chrapowicki junior was the son of named above JĂłzef Chrapowicki 1750 - 1812 and Magdalena Ogińska b. 1760, daughter of JĂłzef Ogiński and Apolonija WYHOWSKA - Oginskiene];

2.
Jerzy Chrapowicki / Юрий (Георгий) Дементьевич Храповицкий;

3.
Иван Дементьевич Храповицкий / Jan Chrapowicki

[JAN CHRAPOWICKI was the father of named above Piotr Celestyn Chrapowicki. Piotr Celestyn Chrapowicki, born ca 1780, the Russian top officer, was grandson of Dominik Chrapowicki of Somilisko];
Jan Chrapowicki, b. ca 1730, official in POLOCK.

Piotr Celestine Chrapowicki bought Sielut in 1805, served the Russian Army, m. ca 1800 to Helena GĂłrecka b. ca 1790, with his son
Michał / MICHAL CHRAPOWICKI, Marshal of the province of Vitebsk {the Witebsk governorate Marshal}, who married to Countess Lidia Apraksin born 1820. Michal Chrapowicki, b. 1810, had 2 sons: Aleksander Chrapowicki m. unknown Teplow, and Dymitr Chrapowicki born ca 1840.

4.
JAKOB CHRAPOWICKI / Jakov - Colonel of Smolensk (1741), and a judge of Smolensk (1780) [see KENNEDY and BOUVIER in US];

5.
JĂłzef Chrapowicki b. ca 1729 [senior], the son of Dominik Chrapowicki. Jozef senior had brother Eustachy Chrapowicki.
JOZEF Chrapowicki was Major General; the member of Smolensk, and the Polotsk Province to the election of King Stanisław August. In 1765, a judge of the Smolensk land. JĂłzef Chrapowicki was the official in Mścisław in 1784; inf. of 1786, 1785, 1787, 1774 - owner of Dworzno. He married in 1791 to Helena Suffczynska, childless.


OSWIEJA:

JĂłzef Szadurski b. ca 1756-1760, died 1834. His manors: Pushi, Andrepn, Hoftsumberg, Juzefov and since 1790 OSWIEJA. In OSWIEJA: Wladyslaw Szadurski + Stefanja Borch [Stefania Borch 1847-1888].
OSWIEJ / Oswieja = Osveya, in 1749 was sold by Jozef Sapieha to Jan August Hylzen HULSEN. In 1786 to Jozef Szadurski.
Jan Szadurski 1730-1771 was the son of Jan SZADURSKI and Jadwiga HĂĽlsen. Then to Wladyslaw Szadurski - the family of Jan Szadurski - he completely squandered the inherited fortune.

Above Stefania Borch 1847-1888 m. in 1866 to Wladyslaw Szadurski the son of Mikolaj Szadurski 1810-1876 and Maria Plater-Zyberk 1813-1893; her great-grandparents: Jan Andrzej JĂłzef Borch 1713-1780; Ludwika Anna Zyberk zu Wischling 1740-1788.

Above Wladyslaw Szadurski b. ca 1840 had grandparents:
Franciszek Ksawery Szadurski b. 1764; Franciszka Felkerzamb; Michal Plater-Zyberk 1777-1862; Izabela Helena Syberg zu Wischling, 1785-1849.

Jan Szadurski 1730-1771 was the son of Jan SZADURSKI senior, and Jadwiga HĂĽlsen. Next son of Jadwiga HĂĽlsen - Ignacy Szadurski the owner of OSWIEJA, and Kazimiera nee Szadurska was the next owner of OSWIEJA - the sister of named Ignacy Szadurski who was the Witebsk marshal.
From Kazimiera / Kazimira Szadurska the palace was passed to her uncle' brother Mikolaj Szadurski, and then to his son Wladyslaw Szadurski, to the beginning of the 20th cent.

The PROZOR family owned OSWIEJA ca 1905-1917 [maybe after death of Wladyslaw Szadurski b. ca 1840, the palace took JERZY's ZABIELLO the great-grandson - Maurycy Prozor junior 3rd, born 1849, m. Maria Grabowska {mistake, see below !}, the Lithuanian Count born in Vilnius].


The Broel-Plater = Plater
come from Westwalia / Westfalia in 1210 - Humpertus von dem Broele gennant Plater.
The Plater-Zyberk Count line come from the Plater I coat of arms.
Michał Plater was the first, married Izabella Syberg, the daughter of Jan Tadeusz Syberg, the governor of INFLANTY; she was the last in this family ZYBERK. In 1803 Aleksandr I joined the name Syberg (Zyberk) to Plater and making the coat of arms of the wife's coat of arms on the shield.

Stanislaw PLATER [the Great Poland line] was the brother of above MICHAL PLATER - ZYBERK [the Zyberk line].
Stanisław, b. 1784, m. in 1851 to Antonina Gajewska,
with the son Adam Kazimierz, daughter Laura and next son Stanislaw Plater junior.

Stanisław junior b. 1822, m. in 1890 to Katarzyna Mielżyńska,
with children:
Jan Chryzostom Plater = Broel-Plater;
Kazimierz;
Maria;
Eleonora;
Bernard.

Above Michal: Michał Plater-Zyberk [1777-1862/63]
was the son of Kazimierz Konstanty Broel-Plater [1746 / 1749-1807]

{Kazimerz had brother JOZEF WINCENTY PLATER. They were sons of
Konstanty Ludwik from Krasław. KONSTANTY LUDWIK had brothers:
Ignacy, Ferdynand Ludwik and oldest Kazimierz JĂłzef Plater.

They were sons of Jan Ludwik Plater of the INFLANTY branch; grandsons of Jan Andrzej Broel Plater senior = Plater;
great-grandsons of
Gotard Plater who had brother Henryk junior - they were sons of Henryk senior
and grandsons of Henryk oldest Plater;
and great-grandsons of
Henryk the 1st Plater, founder of the Polish branch of the Plater family}

and Izabela Borch [1752-1813].

Michał Plater-Zyberk [1777-1862/63] m. Izabela Helena von Syberg [1785-1849] with children:
Ludwika b. 1805, m. Karol Borch;
Kazimierz Plater b. 1808-09, m. Ludwika Borewicz;
Izabella, 1809 + Julian von der Ropp;
Jozefa or JĂłzefina b. 1811 + Fabian Plater b. 1814, died in 1882 - Liksna, Lithuania

{FABIAN PLATER was the son of Tadeusz Broel-Plater; the grandson of Adam Tadeusz b. 1740;
the great-grandson of Krzysztof Konstanty Plater Broel, 1718-1751, Antoni Zabiełło 1710-1776, Anna Piotrowicz, Zofia Niemirowicz-Szczytt 1730-1806};

Henryk b. 1811 + Adela Keller;
Maria Plater b. 1813, m. Mikołaj Szadurski;
Konstanty b. 1814 + Aniela Plater

{the daughter of Count Adam Antoni Onufry Broel-Plater; granddaughter of Graf August Hiacynt von dem Broele / General Plater; great-granddaughter of Graf Konstanty Ludwik Broel PLATER; the great-great-granddaughter of Jan Ludwik Plater and Rozalia BRZOSTOWSKI};

Anna b. 1822 + Ludwik Orpiszewski;
Stanisław Kostka b. 1823, m. Maria Borch.

The brother of named MICHAL Zyberk Plater, was LUDWIK PLATER 1775-1846.
Ludwik's children:
Zofia; Paulina; Zygmunt; Elżbieta; Kazimierz; Cecylia; Izabella; Felicja.

The Plater I Count coat of arms for the Konstanty Ludwik PLATER line of Inflanty and Kazimierz Konstanty Plater Broel, of Lithuania, in 1758 and 1772 in Russia.

From named Henryk the 3rd come Henryk the 4th, Gotard, Andrzej and Wilhelm Plater - the ZMUDZ line.

Wilhelm's son Daniel Gotard had great-grandsons:
JĂłzef Antoni Wilhelm Plater - the Dąbrowica line;
Jerzy - the Szweksznia line;
JĂłzef Konstanty Plater.

From Jan Andrzej senior were children:
Jan Andrzej junior and
Jan Ludwik Plater, also
Ferdynand Fabian;
Aleksander Konstanty;
Karol;
Fabian Ksawery Plater Broel - the Lithuania branch and his two sons:
Jan Ludwik of Dusiaty;
Krzysztof Konstanty of Kurkle.

Krzysztof Konstanty had grandson Tadeusz Plater with sons:
Lucjan Stanislaw - Australia;
Antoni Konstanty and others.

Konstanty Ludwik of Krasław had sons:
JĂłzef Wincenty;
Kazimierz Konstanty; and
August Hiacynt,
with granddaughter ANIELA 1822-1852 m. Konstanty Plater-Zyberk son of Michał Plater Zyberk.

August Hiacynt's son
JĂłzef Kazimierz Donat Plater Broel 1796-1852 m. Antonina SOLTAN / Pereświt-Sołtan.
His son
Leon Joachim, 1836-1863 executed.


Rothley Temple, Leics., ENGLAND and PROZOR - Bleszynski line:

In 1800, Rothley Temple was the birthplace of Thomas Babington Macaulay, 1st Lord (1800-1859 later Lord Macaulay the historian), English statesman, named after his uncle.
BABINGTON, Thomas (1758-1837), of Rothley Temple, MP; in 1802, moved on Madeira; he was a prominent figure in the Clapham Sect and the fight to abolish the slave trade. Thomas Babington b. 1758, was the eldest son of Thomas Babington of Rothley Temple, Leicestershire from whom he inherited Rothley and other land in Leicestershire in 1776. In 1787 he married Jean Macaulay, sister of Zachary Macaulay, a leader of the anti-slavery movement in the early 19th century. His nephew was Thomas Babington Macaulay, 1st Baron Macaulay, b. 1800, held political office as the Secretary at War between 1839 and 1841.

Named above the Clapham Sect or Clapham Saints were a group of Church of England social reformers based in Clapham, London, at the beginning of the 19th century. John Newton (1725-1807) was the founder. Wilberforce and Thornton, were two of the group's most influential leaders.
Zachary Macaulay b. 1768, was a Scottish statistician, one of the founders of London University; an antislavery activist, and governor of Sierra Leone; his famous son was Thomas Macaulay.
ZACHARY Macaulay was born in Inveraray, Scotland, the son of the Rev. John Macaulay (1720-1789), minister in the Church of Scotland, grandson [great-grandson ?] of Domhnall Cam
[Donal Cam O'Sullivan Beare, Prince of Beare, 1st Count of Berehaven / Domhnall Cam O Suileabhain Bheara, b. 1561, was the last independent ruler of the O'Sullivan Beara sept, and thus the last O'Sullivan Beare, a Gaelic princely title, on the Beara Peninsula in the southwest of Ireland].
His mother was Margaret Campbell.
He had brother Colin Macaulay, General, slavery abolitionist and campaigner.
Note:
Mentioned above John MaCaulay, Rev. b. 1720 in Cardross, Dumbartonshire, Scotland; son of Auley MaCaulay and Margaret MaCaulay; father of Margaret MaCaulay.

Above Margaret Campbell - born 1729 ARL, SCT [Inver, Scotland]; died 1790; father Colin CAMPBELL, mother Martha MCILVOIRE.
Cardross, 37 km north-west to GLASGOW;
Cardross, Dumbartonshire, Scotland - Dunbartonshire or the County of Dumbarton is a historic county, lieutenancy area and registration county in the west central Lowlands of Scotland lying to the north of the River Clyde.
Above named INVER and the CAMPBELL clan:
George Arbuthnot's father was a businessman (Aberdeen) who died shortly after being ruined in the Ayr Bank crash of 1772; George Arbuthnot secured a post as Chief Secretary to the Governor of Ceylon, and founded the Arbuthnot Bank in Madras (1810); 1810 he married Eliza Fraser, daughter of an Inverness solicitor who was staying with her uncle in Madras. They returned to Britain in 1823, purchased an estate in Surrey, and visited Rome.
Governors of British Ceylon:

James Campbell, 1822 to 1824, Major general, was succeeded by Edward Barnes.

Colin Campbell b. 1776 d. 1847, Governor of British Ceylon 1841 to 1847 under Queen Victoria; 1792, ran away from the Perth Academy, returned to Scotland to enter a Navigation Academy in Perth, 1792 sailed for India, he was the fifth son of John Campbell of Melfort

{see Templars:
Colonel John Campbell of Melford b. 1730 in Melfort, Argyllshire, Scotland - d. 1790, Bath, Somerset, England. Son of Archibald Campbell, of Melfort and Annabel of Barcaldine Campbell. Husband of Colina Campbell.
Father of Gen. Frederick Campbell; Lt. Col. Archibald Campbell of Melfort and Argyll; John Campbell; Allan Campbell; Isabella Roy. Brother of Niel Campbell; Anne Mackay; Louisa Campbell; Margaret Campbell
[Margaret Campbell was the sister of the Reverend Archibald Campbell. She was severely traumatized by events that occurred during the Jacobite Rising of 1745. But we know on Margaret CAMPBELL born 1729 ARL, SCT; died 1790; father Colin CAMPBELL; mother Martha MCILVOIRE. Martha MCILVOIRE, b. before 1710, married, 1730, in Inverary and Glenaray, ARL, SCT - Western Scotland - MELFORT and Kilmelford are 35 km west-north-west to INVERARAY]
and Isabella Campbell}

(Colonel John Campbell, laird of Melfort - western Scotland and north-west of Glasgow; Kilninver - NORTH to Melfort, and Kilmelfort / KILMELFORD - close to Melfort, in Argyllshire, Scotland, were JOHN was born 1730, his children:
1. Lieutenant-Colonel Archibald Campbell, b. 1767, Killin - half way from Melfort to Perth and west of Perth, in Perthshire, Scotland,
2. John Campbell, b. 1769, Killin, Perthshire, 3. Allan Campbell, b. 1770, Killin, and others children)

and Colina [1752 in Killin, Perthshire, Scotland - 1806, Killin, Stirling, Scotland], daughter of John Campbell of Achallader - west-north-west of Perth, whose mother Katherine was a daughter of Sir Ewen Cameron of Lochiel - southern Glasgow.
His brother was Vice-Admiral Sir Patrick Campbell.
Note:
Andrew Alexander Bonar b. 1810 in Edinburgh, d. 1892 in Glasgow, son of James Bonar, Solicitor of Excise for Scotland; was a minister at Collace, Perthshire, 1838 - 1856 of the Church of Scotland, the Free Church of Scotland in 1843, and of Finnieston Free Church in Glasgow, 1856; his brother on mission work at St. John's parish in Leith and settled at Kelso.
Kelso is a parish in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland. The Collace Parish, Scotland, is situated 17 north-east of Perth.
Andrew Alexander Bonar and Robert Murray McCheyne, with Dr. Alexander Black and Dr. Alexander Keith, were sent to Palestine in 1839 on a mission of inquiry to the condition of the Jews; they traveled through France, Greece, Egypt to Gaza, back home through Syria, the Austrian Empire and German; they sought Jewish communities, to inquire about their preparedness to return to Israel; Keith in 1844 revisited Palestine with his son, Dr George Skene Keith (b. 1819), who was the first person to photograph the land.
Alexander Keith b. 1791 in the Keith-hall and Kinkell parish, was a Church of Scotland minister; was son of George Skene Keith of Keith-hall and Kinkell (1752 - 1823); 1816 to 1840 he was minister of the parish of St. Cyrus, Scotland.
George Skene Keith of Keith-hall and Kinkell wrote to Thomas Jefferson in 1801; he was a minister of the Church of Scotland for the parishes of Keith Hall and Kinkell in Aberdeenshire. He also wrote to George Washington copies of his writings.
Keith Hall - close to Inverurie, 28 km north-west of Aberdeen in Scotland; Kinkell, a parish in Aberdeenshire, Scotland; KEITH-HALL and KINKELL, a parish, in the district of Garioch, county of Aberdeen, one mile from Inverury. Garioch in Aberdeenshire, Scotland with center of Inverurie, ca 30 km north-west of Aberdeen.
George S. Keith b. 1819, writer and amateur photographer, took daguerreotypes on a journey to Palestine in 1844, although none are known to survive. In later editions these daguerreotypes were used as the basis for printed illustrations of Syria and Palestine, Ashkelon and Tyre.
Note:
1832, Colonel Evans, M. P., Mr. Wyse, M. P., Sir W. Brabazon, Mr. Murray, Count Czapski, M. Bach, with several other foreigners were present.
Mr. T. Campbell as chairman, opened the proceedings in a feeling and energetic speech, towards the conclusion of which he said, 'If England allowed Germany to be enslaved by Princes who were themselves the slaves of Russia, she might, when too late, repent in sackcloth and ashes over her departed liberties. The measures of Napoleon against English commerce would be but a jest, a mere feather, compared with the hostility of the present continental despots...'.
Count Joseph Napoleon Czapski / JOZEF NAPOLEON Czapski left Dublin for London in April 1832.

Izydor Borovsky / Isidor Borowski in 1776 born in Warsaw, Poland - d. 1837 or 1838, his mother was a Jew and his father was a Polish nobleman (the illegitimate son of Prince Radziwill ?); 1794 under Kosciuszko in Poland; 1797 in Italy - the Polish Legions; in 1801 - 1802 / 1803 at Haiti served the French Army (Napoleon Bonaparte dispatched a large expeditionary force of French soldiers and warships to the island, led by Bonaparte's brother-in-law Charles Leclerc, to restore French rule; it ended in November of 1803 with the French defeat at the Battle of Vertieres. Haiti became an independent country on January 1, 1804, with Jean-Jacques Dessalines), then (ca 1802) in 'Les freres de la cote', a pirat; a general and an adjutant under Simon Bolivar (1783 - 1830) in Venezuela and Colombia (a successful rebellion led by the Venezuelan-born SimĂłn BolĂ­var, who finally proclaimed independence in 1819. The pro-Spanish resistance was finally defeated in 1822 in the present territory of Colombia and in 1823 in Venezuela, by Wikipedia), then under Muhammad Ali / Mehemet Ali (1769 - 1849) in Egypt (in 1829 he was teaching mathematics and English), and under Abbas Mirza (1789 - 1833) to capture Herat in Afghanistan;
by jewishencyclopedia.com/ was reared in the United States (after 1805 ?),
1831 he was in Bushire, Persia (1821 ?);
and "...was afterward recommended by Sir John Campbell, the British minister, to Prince Abbas Mirza, the son of Shah Fat? Ali, as a useful and talented man.
Borowski developed great military abilities in the service of that warlike prince, and took for him the strong town of Cochan in Khorassan. Later he took the castle of Sarakhs and made prisoner the leader of the Turkomans. After the death of Abbas in 1833, Borowski gave most essential assistance to Abbas' son, Mohamed Mirza (Muhammad / Mahmud 1834), and enabled him to ascend the throne of his grandfather. The English were behind most of the military undertakings of the Persians in those days, and Borowski was looked upon as an English general, and even wore the uniform. But he forsook the interests of the British government and joined the Russian party in Persia, and was shot at the siege of Herat (war 1838 against the Turkmens; but close to Herat in 1836 fought Count Antoni Aleksander Ilinski). His wife, a Georgian captive of war, received a pension from Mohamed Shah on account of her husband's distinguished services. Bibliography: Jos. Wolff, Narrative of a Mission to Bokhara, pp. 138-140, New York, 1845; S. Orgelbrand, Encyklopedya Powsiechna, ii., s.v., Warsaw, 1898". Son of Izydor Borowski was General of Persia, Antoni Radziwill-Borowski, 1803–1858, in 1821 in Persia with the father; 1850 was taken Herat.
Compare:
Colin was half Scottish - his mother was a McVean
(inf. under copyright by Colin Houston:
Colin's full name was Major-General Sir Colin McVean Gubbins - a wiry Scots Highlander; his mother's father Colin McVean had been Chief Surveyor of Japan; the third child in the family, Colin McVean Gubbins was born in Japan in 1896 to Noni and Jack Gubbins. His father Jack / John Harington Gubbins had been born in Agra, India in 1852 and worked in the British consular service as Oriental Secretary in the Tokio Legation. His mother Noni / Helen Brodie McVean had been born in Japan in 1868, and was the eldest child of Colin McVean and Mary Wood Cowan.
This clan come among others of Glen Lochy, Perthshire, Scotland and in 1753 in Killin, Perthshire.
The McVean clan from Glen Lochy, in Killin, and DONALD MC VEAN was born 1808 in Perthshire, Scotland; that is Glen Lochay / Gleann Lochaidh ca 73 km west of Perth, and 60 km north-west of Stirling. Killin, Perthshire ca 60 km north-west of Sirling, and north of Callander and of Thornhill.
We remember on the governors of British Ceylon:
James Campbell, 1822 to 1824, Major general, was succeeded by Edward Barnes.
Colin Campbell b. 1776 d. 1847, Governor of British Ceylon 1841 to 1847 under Queen Victoria; 1792, ran away from the Perth Academy, returned to Scotland to enter a Navigation Academy in Perth, 1792 sailed for India, he was the fifth son of John Campbell of Melfort
(Colonel John Campbell, laird of Melfort - western Scotland and north-west of Glasgow, Kilninver - close to Melfort, and Kilmelfort - close to Melfort, in Argyllshire, Scotland, born 1730, his children: 1. Lieutenant-Colonel Archibald Campbell, b. 1767, Killin - half way from Melfort to Perth and west of Perth, in Perthshire, Scotland, 2. John Campbell, b. 1769, Killin, Perthshire, 3. Allan Campbell, b. 1770, Killin, and others children)
and Colina, daughter of John Campbell of Achallader - west-north-west of Perth, whose mother Katherine was a daughter of Sir Ewen Cameron of Lochiel - southern Glasgow.

See on Bengal:
Latour and Alexander Ramsay, Lieutenant to the 57th Bengal Native Infantry, died at Lahore in 1855. Son of Colonel Michael Ramsay who served the Bengal Infantry. Born at Calcutta, 1821.
Balcarres Dalrymple Wardlaw Ramsay, Lieutenant-Colonel, died on 26th January 1885 in Rome, Italy; b. 17 Sept. 1822, son of Robert Wardlaw Ramsay of Tillicoultry and Whitehill.
Tillicoultry is located 18 km east of Stirling! Whitehill - 15 km south-east of Edinburgh.
Bonn Univ.; Lt.-Col. of the 75th Regt. in 1870; A.D.C. to Sir George Arthur, Gov. of Bombay, and to Sir Colin Campbell in India; ret. 1877. Married in 1851 to Anne, daughter of Edward Collins of Frowlesworth, Leicestershire. George Spottisworde Ramsay, Lieutenant of the Royal Artillery, died 7th June 1873 in Bangalore.
Sir William Stirling of Ardoch, 4th Bt. was the son of Sir Henry Stirling of Ardoch, 3rd Bt.; he married Christian Erskine, daughter of John Erskine and Anne Stirling, in 1762; died 1799. Children of Sir William Stirling of Ardoch, 4th Bt. and Christian Erskine:
Mary Stirling d. 1847, Margaret Stirling, unknown daughter Stirling.
Above Mary Stirling married Ebenezer Oliphant, son of Laurence Oliphant, 6th of Condie and Margaret Murray, in 1790.
Children of Mary Stirling and Ebenezer Oliphant:
Laurence Oliphant, 8th of Condie b. 1791; William Oliphant b. 1792; Anthony Oliphant b. 1793; Christian Oliphant b. 1795; Lt. Col. James Oliphant b. 1796; Thomas Oliphant b. 1799.
Above Christian Erskine was the daughter of John Erskine and Anne Stirling.
Above John Erskine was born 1695, was the son of Lt. Col. John Edmund Erskine and Anna Dundas.
When the Oliphant family left Ceylon, the estate sold to Sir Harry Dias. Sir Anthony Oliphant's tea estate, the Oliphant Estate, situated in the hill country in Nuwara Eliya - 55 km south-east-south of Kandy, east of Colombo, 26 km east of Hatton, close to Lindula and Meepilimana - was the first estate to grow tea in Ceylon; Anthony and his son Laurence are the first people to grow tea in Ceylon. Sir Anthony's son, Laurence Oliphant, went on become a Member of the House of Commons.
Laurence Oliphant was the only child of Sir Anthony Oliphant (1793 - 1859), a member of the Scottish landed gentry. Laurence spent his early childhood in Colombo, and the Oliphant Estate in Nuwara Eliya. In 1848 - 1849, he was in Europe, 1851 to Nepal, returned to Ceylon, travel in Russia at the Black Sea in 1853 (Odessa ?), next - to 1861 Oliphant was secretary to Lord Elgin; visited the Circassian coast during the Crimean War. 1861 Oliphant was appointed First Secretary of the British Legation in Japan, a visit to Korea, where he discovered a Russian force; met Alice le Strange, married in London, 1872.
At archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com:
DONALD MC VEAN was born 1808 in Perthshire, Scotland; in 1851 he was living in Kinlochscridain / Kinloch Scridain, and died 1880; Kinloch Scridain is located on east of Bunessan. he married SUSAN MC LEAN in 1836; stayed in 1837 in Kilfinchen, and 1837 at Iona, minster; Susan was daughter of DUGALD MC LEAN and SUSANNA MC LEOD, she was born 1808 in Ardfinaig
[Ardfenaig is located at the Isle of Mull, west of Scotland, ca 9 km east of Iona Island, 4 km west of Bunessan; Ardfinaig / Ardfenaig / Ardfinnaig. Kinlochscridain, Isle of Mull, Argyllshire: Isle of Mull is east of Iona. That is Loch Scridain (5 km north-east of Bunessan), Isle of Mull],
and died 1883;
children of DONALD MCVEAN and SUSAN MCLEAN are:
1. COLIN ALEXANDER MCVEAN, b. 1838, 2. HELEN SUSAN MCVEAN, b. 1839; 3. ANN CATHERINE MCVEAN, b. 1840, 4. SUSAN ISABEL, 5. MARY HELEN MCVEAN, 6. DUGALD HECTOR MCLEAN, b. 1845, 7. ISABEL MERRIAM; 8. ARCHIBALD ARTHUR MCLEAN, 9. DONALD HECTOR MCLEAN, b. 1855, Iona.
Descendants of Colin Alexander McVean b. 1838, and surveyor in Japan, returned to Scotland 1886; in 1891 Killimore House, m. Mary Wood Cowan b. 1837 in Edinburgh, 1868 (1862 ?) in Edinburgh, with children:
Helen Brodie McVean b. 1869 in Japan; Donald Archibald Dugald McVean b. 1870 in Yokohama; Susan McLean McVean b. 1872 in Japan; Alexander Gillies McVean b. 1873, Flora Ann Phoebe; Colin Arthur Campbell McVean b. 1877; Elizabeth Josephine 1878 in Oban; Norman Neil George Cowan, Janet Lucretia Catriona m. Arthur Manson Huston in 1909.
Note under copyright by Merle & Ida King at http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/.
At margin:
In Japan, a public telegraph service was inaugurated using Breguet's one; Louis François Clément Breguet b. 1804, d. 1883, was a French physicist and watchmaker, acted in the early days of telegraphy. Educated in Switzerland, Breguet was the grandson of Abraham-Louis Breguet, founder of the watch manufacturing company Breguet.
He became manager of Breguet et Fils watchmakers in 1833 after his father Louis Antoine Breguet retired. With Alphonse Foy, in 1842 he developed an electrical needle telegraph, and his telegraph system (1847) was applied to French railways and exported to Japan. Four Breguet dial telegraph devices is in the museum's collection in Japan;
the Breguet ABC telegraph was first put into commercial use in 1870; but in 1869 a telegraph service was started between Tokyo and Yokohama (December 25, 1869) with the assistance of an English expert named G. M. Gilbert.
The telegraph apparatus used at that time was called the Breguet letter-point telegraph, and was operated by moving a handle over a disc on which letters were written. This telegraph was operated by pointing to letters on the disc, and was easy for novices to work. The foreign expert then was an Englishman named G. M. Gilbert. In those days, many hired foreigners were invited to Japan to introduce the Western system and technology. The Meiji Government had 300 foreigners at the Industry Ministry; one of these foreigners was an English engineer Gilbert, who in Sept. 1869 adopted a dual instrument; Jan. 1870 the first message was send.
The famous Richard Henry Brunton (1841 - 1901), so-called "Father of Japanese lighthouses", was born in Muchalls, Kincardineshire, Scotland.
He was a foreign advisor to build lighthouses in Japan. Muchalls is a small village in Kincardineshire, Scotland, south of Newtonhill and north of Stonehaven, south of Aberdeen - is the birthplace of Richard Henry Brunton; he was a railway engineer, joined the Stevenson brothers (David and Thomas Stevenson) who were engaged by the British government to build lighthouses.
Japan hired the Edinburgh-based firm of D. and T. Stevenson to chart coastal waters and to build lighthouses, what begun under French foreign advisor Leonce Verny; Brunton was sent from Edinburgh in August 1868 to head the project.
François Leonce Verny / Leonce Verny born in Aubenas in Ardeche, 1837, d. 1908, a French officer and naval engineer of the Yokosuka Naval Arsenal in Japan, from 1865 to 1876; studied at Lyon and École Polytechnique. Verny was sent to Ningbo and Shanghai in China from 1862 - 1864, he was also French Vice-Consul in Ningbo. Verny was persuaded to go to Japan by his distant relative, French ambassador Leon Roches in September 1865; 1865 he briefly returned to France helped in the negotiations for the First French Military Mission to Japan.
Mentioned LĂ©on Roches b. 1809, Grenoble, was a representative of the French government in Japan from 1864 to 1868, then assist friends of his father as a trader in Marseilles! Under Bugeaud's recommendation, Roches joined the French Foreign Ministry as an interpreter in 1845. 1863, Roches was nominated Consul General of France in Edo, Japan. His great rival was the British consul Harry Parkes.
François Leonce Verny cooperated with Jules Brunet b. 1838, a French officer who played an active role in Mexico and Japan, and later became a General and Chief of Staff of the French Minister of War in 1898. He was sent to Japan with the French military mission of 1867. François Leonce Verny also built four lighthouses in the Tokyo area, and managed the building of the shipyard at Nagasaki.

Above Thomas Stevenson (1818 - 1887) was a Scottish lighthouse designer, was a president of the Royal Scottish Society of Arts, the Royal Society of Edinburgh (1884 - 1886); he was the youngest son of engineer Robert Stevenson, and brother of the lighthouse engineers Alan and David Stevenson;
James Melville Balfour was trained under D. & T. Stevenson and then emigrated to New Zealand;
Thomas Stevenson married Margaret Isabella "Maggie" Balfour in 1848 with son, the writer Robert Louis Stevenson; Maggie Balfour was the older sister of James Balfour.
James Melville Balfour (1831 - 1869) was a Scottish-born New Zealand marine engineer, built the network of lighthouses; among his siblings were the physician George William Balfour (1823-1903), and Margaret Isabella "Maggie" Balfour (1829 - 1897) who in 1848 married the lighthouse builder Thomas Stevenson.
Balfour was born in Colinton near Edinburgh, Scotland in 1831. He was the youngest son of Rev. Lewis Balfour (1774 - 1860; but we know on James Balfour Mackintosh 1774 - 1860), a minister for the Colinton parish.
The philosopher James Balfour was his father's paternal grandfather
(James Balfour b. 1705 !, d. 1795, a Scottish philosopher, was born at Pilrig, near Edinburgh; he was studying at Edinburgh and at Leyden, his great-grandsons - brothers George William Balfour and James Balfour were a heart specialist in Scotland, and a marine engineer in New Zealand),
and the physician Robert Whytt was his father's maternal grandfather
(Robert Whytt b. 1714 in Edinburgh, was a Scottish physician, on "unconscious reflexes, tubercular meningitis, urinary bladder stones, and hysteria", acc. to Wikipedia; College of Physicians of Edinburgh; he was the second son of Robert Whytt of Bennochie, advocate, and Jean, daughter of Antony Murray of Woodend, Perthshire).
Above mentioned James Balfour 1774 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, d. 1860, father of Margaret Paul; John Mackintosh Balfour-Melville of Pilrig and Strathkinness; Jane Balfour; James Balfour; Robert Balfour; and Anne Balfour; he was brother of Lewis Balfour, Minister of Sorn and Melville Balfour.
Above named Brunton travelled all over Japan making a survey of sites suitable for lighthouses, and advised the government on their actual construction. He was a Scotsman, and he introduced a fellow countryman, George Miles Gilbert.
The Gilbert family at present in Aberdeen; we know about: Mollie Gilbert 1706 Baniffshire, Scotland; Jobina Gilbert b. 1853 Old Monkland, Lanark, Scotland; main area of this family is the CENTRAL DISTRICT, GLASGOW, LANARK; samples: 1822 Old Monkland, Lanark, in 1856 OLD MONKLAND, LANARK, SCOTLAND. LANARK - 42 km south-east of Glasgow, SCOTLAND, and Old Monkland, Lanark, Scotland - 16 km east of Glasgow.
Under the superintendence of an English engineer named George Miles Gilbert, wires were put up to connect Tokyo with Yokohama, a distance of eighteen miles, in 1870. George Miles Gilbert, was a telegraphic technician.
Acc to http://www.kosmoid.net/lives/mcvean:
Colin McVean and Mary Wood Cowan married in Edinburgh in mid 1862 (1868 ?), come for a long voyage and life together in Japan.
Rev. Donald McVean of Iona, Scotland, and Susan MacLean of the Moy Castle clan, were living together with Colin's younger siblings Mary, Dougald, Ann, Isabella and Archie McVean. Mary Wood Cowan's sister in 1857 married to the Reverend Boog Watson. Her father Alexander Cowan was the papermaker but died in 1859. Mary's mother Helen Brodie, was Alexander's second wife, died in 1863. Alexander Cowan and his first and second spouses had twenty children, Mary was the seventeenth. Mary and Colin sailed to Japan after their wedding, in the company of Richard Henry Brunton, the father of Japanese lighthouses, to the Japanese Imperial service. In Japan, Colin and Mary McVean had a first children, Helen / Noni, later Mrs Gubbins, and Donald / Dondo in 1869 and 1870. Helen Brodie Noni McVean later Mrs Gubbins born 22 March 1869), but his father was born in India, educated in England;
he was Irish by an ancestor Joseph - George Gubbins, a Captain of Dragoons who campaigned for Oliver Cromwell in Ireland, in 1649 moved to County Limerick
(Limerick / Luimneach is a city in Ireland, located in the Mid-West Region and is also part of the province of Munster);
the family prospered; next soldier in the family was Colin's great-grandfather Joseph born in 1775;


We back to the PROZOR family:

The last camp's commander in Lithuania was Karol Prozor.
Karol Prozor b. 1759, died in 1841 in Chojniki / Хойнікі, west to DNIEPR, and MOZYRZ; in the 18th century in the Owrucz county, the Kiev province.
The landlords:
Połozowicz;
Lubiecki;
Charliński;
Abrahamowicz;
Brzozowski;
Szujski;
and from the end of the eighteenth century to Prozor.

Chojniki / Хойнікі, west to DNIEPR, the manor of JĂłzef PROZOR and Karol Prozor.
In 1793, Chojniki under Russia reign. In the 19th century in the MINSK governorate.
The Prozors owned Dudzice, Chojniki, Horodyszcze, Ostrohladowicze and Sawicze in the Rzeczyca county; Proporcie in the TROKI county; Mazuryszki and Romajny in the KOWNO county; and Sierhiejewicze in the CITWA borough.

Named Sierhiejewicze, the estate in the Ihumeń county [see Konstantynowicz, Szostak, Wankowicz, Ipohorski]; the Mińsk governorate, by the Mucha lake;
the landlords:
Zaranek;
Prozor;
Bukaty [Franciszek Bukaty the last Polish envoy to England !];
Lipski [see Stara SWOLNA - MALKIEWICZ here];
Jelski.

Sierhiejewicze, the estate in the Ihumeń county, in the MINSK governorate, in the Citwa borough, the Puchowicze district; south-west to Ihumen / C'erven. Close to DUKORA and UBIEL of the OGINSKIS and south to KOROLISZCZEWICZE / Karoliszczewicze [the parish] of the Konstantynowiczs!

CITWA - the first to the Janiszewski; in 1917 to Melchior Janiszewski. 1919-1921 Citwa in POLAND.
Citwa / TSITVA / Цітва / Цитва, ca 6 km south to Rudzieńsk, by the Ptycz river.
Rusakowicze - 5 km south to Tsitva.
Siergiejewicze / Sergeyevichi / Sierhiejewicze / Сяргеевічы - close to Prystan / PRZYSTAN; and to Rusakovichi, Praudzinski; 10 km north-east to Shatsk / SZACK; 12 km south-west to CITWA / Tsitva; west to MARINA HORKA.
Siergiejewicze:
BARBARA Prozor (b. ca 1770 - died after 1797), the daughter of JĂłzef PROZOR and his 2nd wife Aleksandra Zaranek; Aleksandra was the owner of Sierhiejewicze which she brought to her husband in dowry;
BARBARA PROZOR 1st married (1785) Franciszek Bukaty (1747-1797), diplomat, the last Polish envoy in Great Britain; secretary of T. Burzyński.

Prozor JĂłzef (1723-1788), MP, voivode of Vitebsk. Born in Bobcin in Żmudź / Samaites, a son of Stanisław PROZOR (died around 1756), official in Kaunas, and his first wife, RĂłża Siruc.
JOZEF was married three times. The first wife was Felicjanna Szczyt (died after 1764), daughter of JĂłzef SZCZYTT, official in Mścisław; the second - Aleksandra Zaranek (died in Dudzicze in 1771), the wedding on September 7, 1767; third Maria Chalecka 1st voto Adam Szujski (c. 1751-1826).
JOZEF from the first marriage had two daughters: Petronela Karenga, and Maria (died 1833), the wife of Ignacy Bykowski, the royal chamberlain;
and three sons: Karol PROZOR; Antoni PROZOR and Ignacy PROZOR / Ignacy Kajetan Prozor + ANIELA OSKIERKA.
From the second marriage JOZEF had daughters: RĂłża (died on June 22, 1834), married in 1785 to Stanisław Jelski; and Barbara PROZOR, married to Franciszek Bukaty and 2nd to Ksawery Lipski.
JOZEF PROZOR studied in KrĂłlewiec, 1734-6 (Stanisław Leszczyński was then residing there), and 1737 he was educated at the Knight's Academy in LunĂ©ville, which he left in 1741.

Franciszek Bukaty (born in August 1747, died on June 15, 1797) - Polish diplomat, royal chamberlain, freemason;
chargé d'affaires of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in 1775 -1777 and 1788-1789, envoy-minister of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the Kingdom of Great Britain in 1777, Minister Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Poland in the Kingdom of Great Britain in 1787 and in 1793-1795.
Married to Barbara Prozor, and she had Sierhiejewicze in a dowry.
She had daughter Zofia BUKATY.
Barbara m. 2nd to Ksawery Lipski (ca 1760 - after 1797) - son of Tadeusz Lipski (1725-1796), official in Lęczyca, General, the writer.
Franciszek Bukaty in 1796/1797, spent in Sierhiejewicze, the estate of his wife Barbara received in a dowry from her father, JĂłzef Prozor.
Franciszek Bukaty was buried next to his wife's family in the church in Dudzicze, a property of Prozor, and then of Barbara's sister, RĂłza married Stanisław Jelski, the marshal of the Ihumen county.

WŁADYSŁAW Prozor (ca 1790 - Jan. 1860), the son of Karola PROZOR and Ludwika Konstancja Szujska, the owner of Chojniki and Ostrohladowicze in the Rzeczyce county;
m. Tekla Rokicka (ca 1800 - after 1830), the daughter of Ludwik ROKICKI, the Marshal of the Rzeczyca county, and his wife Css Anna Broel-Plater; Wladyslaw's children:
Maria; Stanisława; Zofia; Mieczysław.

Karol Prozor b. ca 1759/1761, in Samaites / Żmudź, was the eldest son of JĂłzef Prozor and his first wife Felicjanna Szczyt; brother of Ignacy and Antoni Prozor.
The name was given in honor of Karol of Courland; god mother - Zofia Zabiełło.
KAROL's 1783 marriage with stepdaughter of father, Ludwika Konstancja Szujska (daughter of Adam Szujski and Marianna Chalecki - third wife of JĂłzef Prozor), who brought to her husband: Chojniki / Chojnice in the Owrucz county [from which he removed Wojciech Szujski from Niżin], with several manors, the Ostrohavsky estate; the Radohski estate and Siechniewicze / Siehniewicze farm (the Ryki county). KAROL received from his father
in 1787 in Samogitia: Poniemunie, Pojesie, Niewiarowicze, Oszminta, SzlanĂłw, Szaniec, Żodziszki.
During the war of 1792, acted together with Antoni Tyzenhauz and planned to organize a guerrilla at the rear of the Russian army in Lithuania.
1792 Karol Prozor went abroad, arrived in Königsberg; went to Klaipeda. Now he had the opportunity to communicate with his brother- in-law Franciszek Bukaty. Bukata urged Karol to come to London;
Karol soon established contacts with the conspiracy in Lithuania in January 1793; he cooperated closely with Cpt. Amilkar Kosinski, and from Jan Oskierka, he received secret brochures [see below on JAN OSKIERKA older]. The manor in Chojniki became a conspiracy center at that time, and here in July 1793 the nobility congress was held, during which the members of the Volhynia-Polesie conspiracy set up a plan of action.
J. Oskierka and Karol Prozor were called by General Governor T. Tutolmin in 1794, the "chief rebels" in Mozyr and Owrucz "the root of evil", the "spirit of disobedience and anarchy".
At the beginning of February 1794 KAROL PROZOR came from Chojnik to Warsaw; left Warsaw on the 13th or 14th of August under the name of Dąbrowski;
the meeting with Kosciuszko took place in Dresden.
Kosciuszko appointed Prozor as General Major and commander of all insurgent units in Ukraine, Polesie, Podolia and in a part of Lithuania, and A. Kosiński as his chief of staff. Prozor returning from Dresden, stopped briefly in Warsaw and moved to Żmudź to Poniemun. After meeting with the activists of the conspiracy in Kaunas, he went to Vilnius to Jakub Jasiński. From Vilnius, left in Polesie, to Zdzięciol [see Konstantynowicz here] to the court's ex-minister Stanisław Sołtan, head of the conspiracy in the province of NowogrĂłdek. Then he went to Chojnik.
After the defeat of the KOSCIUSZKO insurrection, he went to Galicia with Michał Kleofas Ogiński [see my domain] and General Franciszek Łaźniński, in Jarosław; then left for Venice.
At the end of December 1794, Ludwika Prozor wrote to her husband that all her property had been destroyed and insulated. The family was arrested in Chojniki. She traveled alone to St. Petersburg, to Paweł, and then in October 1795, her estate was returned, but devastated; sons were ordered to served to the corps of cadets, and daughters send to the Assembly of Noble Ladies.
KAROL PROZOR when he came to Venice, was drawn into the emigration policy; in January 1795 he entered the Polish Emigration Committee, which was to replace the Paris Agency of Franciszek Barss. In February 1795 he was sent to Barss; stopped in Florence, where he spoke with French MP J. Cacault. Acted with J. Wybicki in Paris, 1795.
1807 he was persuaded by Ogiński to agitate in favor of Russian orientation in Lithuania and in 1811 he working with Ogiński, in Minsk, along with T. Wawrzecki and S. Sołtan.
KAROL PROZOR was Freemason in 1808, and two years later he was at the head of the Lithuanian lodge.
In 1812, after the beginning of the Napoleonic campaign, PROZOR and his family stayed with their sister Marianna Bykowska (died in 1833) in the Mahilyow governorate.
He was appointed to the five-person Government Committee of the Lithuania, appointing him a Treasury Minister. The confederation was signed in Mogilev; Napoleon received the delegation coldly.
In 1821 Karol Prozor joined the Patriotic Society and he was elected to the so-called Provincial Council in Lithuania. He acted with Michał Romer in Poprawy near Vilnius. Soon after, he was appointed by Marcin Tarnowski as the president of the Central Committee of three provinces: Podolia, Wołyń and KijĂłw.
PROZOR - in 1822 to September 1823 - was with his wife in Vienna and Dresden, where JĂłzef's daughter lived; 1824 went on a long journey to Italy through Vienna, Trieste, Venice, Florence, Rome, Naples, Padua, Verona, Bologna, Rome, Nice, Milan, in 1826 in Turin, to J. E. Champollion. In 1826, the Prozors returned to Chojniki.
1826 Prozor was arrested in Warsaw, and then in Minsk, Warsaw, St. Petersburg (in the Petrapavlovsk Fortress). March 1829, he was released from prison.
He came with his son Władysław Prozor to Chojniki.
Karol Prozor with Ludwika Konstancja Szujski (1769-1828) had 5 children:
JĂłzefa PROZOR b. 1786, in 1818 m. Hipolit Ksawery Błeszyński;
Marianna b. 1787;
Stanisław b. 1790 in Chojniki;
JĂłzef Prozor younger, died 1845, the owner of Biesiadz, Freemason in Mohylew;
Władysław b. 1793, Chojniki, in 1818 m. Tekla Rokicka (1799 - 1860), the owner of Chojniki and Ostrohladowicze. His son Mieczysław Prozor (b. 1827) the 1863 Uprising member; died in prison in 1864.

Remember on Maurycy Prozor son of Murycy Prozor older.


The OSKIERKA - PROZOR line:

Jan Mikolaj Oskierka 1735-1796 [see the plot of KOSCIUSZKO and PROZOR], married in 1761 to Barbara Rokicka,
with children:

A. Rafal Michal Oskierka, 1761-1818 + Maria with
1. Jan Oskierka b. 1820 [JAN's children: Sabina; Rafal Oskierka b. ca 1850; Antoni Oskierka b. 1851; Franciszek Oskierka 1854-1939; Helena Oskierka 1854-1910];
2. Emilia m. Hubert Artemiusz Swiatopelk-Mirski b. 1815;
3. Ludwik Oskierka b. ca 1820 + Bogumila Swiatopelk-Mirska;
4. Teresa + Romuald Jelenski.
B.
Dominik Oskierka b. ca 1770 + Salomea Gizycka
{with children:
Maria + Jan Gizycki b. 1790;
Wladyslaw Oskierka b. ca 1800 + Marianna Oskierka;
Kajetan Oskierka b. 1820/1821 + Stefania Julia Radziwill of MIEZONKA, 1825-1896
[with the son Adolf Oskierka 1868-1901]};
C.
Aniela Oskierka, 1770-1804, married Ignacy Kajetan Prozor b. ca 1770 [see OSWIEJA and Malkiewicz. Ignacy Kajetan Prozor was General major of the Kowno county],
with:
Kornela Prozor Rokicka, 1800-1835;
Henryk Prozor;
Maurycy Prozor 1st senior 1801-1886 + Anna Chlopicka b. ca 1810.

Maurycy Prozor senior was born in Rothley-Temple, Leicestershire, died in 1886. PROZOR Maurycy (1801-1886) was the commander of the Kowno Uprising;
he had children:
Edward Prozor b. ca 1830 {Maria Zaleska (born ca 1825) m. Edward Prozor b. ca 1830, the son of Maurycy Prozor senior, b. 1801};
Maurycy Prozor 2nd born ca 1830;
Lucjan Prozor;
and daughter named above JULIA PROZOR JACZEWSKA-ZALESKA b. ca 1829.


Stanislaw Grabowski, favourite son of the King Stanislaw August Poniatowski, was the founder of the church in Pustelnik; he was the owner of the estate in Krubki - GĂłrki in the Pustelnik parish; he has hosted there, in Krubki GĂłrki, then called Gorki, in 1821, among others, of the future Tsar of Russia, Aleksander I Pawlowicz Romanow, son of Pawel I. Elzbieta Grabowska SZYDLOWSKA was the wife of the last Polish King, Stanislaw August Poniatowski.
Stanislaw Grabowski, the most beloved son by the king - minister of religious and public enlightenment of the Polish Kingdom in 1818-1831,
took over the estate in Krubki GĂłrki and built a wooden manor here.
Aleksander I Pawlowicz Romanow, as some historians claim, was a child of King Stanislaw August Poniatowski and Tsarina Katarzyna.

Stanislaw Grabowski lived until 1847. Because he did not care about the property in Krubki GĂłrki, it was sold for debts into the hands of the Arkuszewski family. Krubki-GĂłrki is a village in Poland, in the Masovian Voivodeship, in the Wolomin county - east to WOLOMIN; in the Poswietne commune.

Maurycy Prozor 1st was not born in 1801 in Romajny {close to the Zagorski family, Puslowski, Szymon Syruc - then to Prozor and next to MEDEKSZA; in 1863 to WAKSEL; near to Nartowski L.; and J. Nartowski} in the KOWNO county.

Maurycy Prozor 1st was born in September 1801 in Rothley-Temple in the Leicestershire county in the central part of ENGLAND.
In March 1831 he headed the uprising in the Kovno county; he fought many times with Russian troops, among others he defended KIEJDANY / Kyedani. In July, he joined the corps of General Henryk Dembinski and with him retreated to the Congress Kingdom. On August 31, 1831, he received the Golden Cross of the Order Virtuti Militari. In 1832 he came to France. He was supporter of Prince Adam Jerzy Czartoryski. He became a member of the Monarch Society of the Third May.
MAURYCY married Anna Chlopicki, with 3 sons: Edward; Maurycy 2nd; Lucjan.
Maria Zaleska (born ca 1825) m. above Edward Prozor b. ca 1830, the son of Maurycy Prozor senior, b. 1801 in Rothley-Temple, the Leicestershire county, d. 1886. The Lithuanian Count Maurycy Prozor 3rd, was born on January 28, 1849, in Vilnius, Lithuania, as the son of named Edward Prozor and his wife Maria Zaleska.
Edward Prozor was the son of named Maurycy Prozor 1st + Anna Chlopicka.
The father of MAURYCY senior, was ANIELA OSKIERKA and her husband Ignacy Kajetan Prozor. Aniela Oskierka, 1770-1804, married Ignacy Kajetan Prozor b. ca 1770 [see OSWIEJA and Malkiewicz. Ignacy Kajetan Prozor was General major of the Kowno county],
with:
Kornela Prozor Rokicka, 1800-1835;
Henryk Prozor;
Maurycy Prozor 1st senior 1801-1886 + Anna Chlopicka b. ca 1810.

Maurycy Prozor senior was born in Rothley-Temple, Leicestershire, died in 1886. PROZOR Maurycy 1st (1801-1886) was the commander of the Kowno Uprising in 1831; he had children:
Edward Prozor b. ca 1830 {Maria Zaleska (born ca 1825) m. [his second wife] Edward Prozor b. ca 1830, the son of Maurycy Prozor senior, b. 1801. EDWARD married 1st to GRABOWSKA [Poniatowski line - see above on Elzbieta Poniatowska-Grabowska and Stanislaw Grabowski - Poniatowski]};
Maurycy Prozor 2nd born ca 1830;
Lucjan Prozor;
and daughter JULIA PROZOR JACZEWSKA-ZALESKA b. ca 1829.

Rothley Temple / Rothley Preceptory / Rowth-Ley, was a preceptory in the village of Rothley, Leicestershire, England, associated with both the Knights Templar and the Knights Hospitaller [see General Franciszek Paszkowski and Cracow; also Volhynia and the Freemasons in the Great Poland]. The chapel was constructed by the Knights Templar.
In the Middle Ages, Rothley was home to a manor of the Knights Templar, known as Rothley Temple, but now the Rothley Court Hotel, which passed to the Babington family after the dissolution of the monasteries in the 16th century.


We back to
Karol Prozor b. 1759, who was the member of the Provisional Government of the Grand Duchy of Lithuanian in 1812. The eldest son of the voivode of Vitebsk, JĂłzef PROZOR and Felicjanna Niemirowicz-Szczytt.
The godparents of JĂłzef Prozor were Karol Chrystian Wettyn [the Duke of Charles], Polish prince, and Zofia Niemirowicz-Szczytt [Zofia and Antoni Zabiell in their residence in Czerwony Court. "Zabiellowa" - the mother's sister].

Named Karol Chrystian JĂłzef Wettyn, b. 1733, Drezno. Duke of Courland in 1759-1763.

Named
JĂłzef Prozor b. 1723, Bobcin - d. 1788, Siehniewicze, the Witebsk governor 1781-1787, general major of Lithuania; son of Stanislaw Prozor and RĂłza Syruc.
Named
Antoni Zabiello died in 1776, General of Lithuania, the Kowno marshal since 1744.

Karol Prozor, 1759 - 1841, son of JOZEF PROZOR / Juozapas Antanas Prozoras and Felicjanna. Husband of Ludwika Konstancja with
daughter JĂłzefa Bleszynska PROZOR b. ca 1790.
Above JĂłzefa PROZOR Bleszynska b. ca 1790 / 1785 / 1795 - d. 1842, daughter of Karol Prozor. Wife of Hipolit Ksawery Bleszynski b. 1766, with a son born 1820.

Mentioned
Hipolit Ksawery Bleszynski (1766 - 1824, Nicea) - General-major, Adjutant of the King of Saxony Fryderyk August I, the member of The Sovereign Military Order of Malta.
1789 lieutenant; 1792 a war against Russia; he emigrated to PARIS / Paris, where in 1794 he tried unsuccessfully persuade the Committee of Public Salvation to support the Polish cause. In 1809 he participated in the Polish-Austrian war. He was appointed commander of Lviv. In 1812 he joined the General Confederation of the Kingdom of Poland.
In 1813 he was decorated with the Cross of the Legion of Honor. In 1820 he was a member of Freemason Lodge.
Hipolit Ksawery Bleszynski b. 1766, was the son of Colonel JĂłzef Bleszynski [JOZEF's marriage ca 1760] and Franciszka Bleszynska MLODECKA b. ca 1740, she married 1st Fabian Mlocki.
HIPOLIT was the husband of JĂłzefa PROZOR Bleszynska 1790-1842.
Named above JĂłzef Bleszynski 2nd, b. ca 1740, was the son of Stanislaw Bleszynski 1st b. ca 1705, official in WSCHOWA, and Marianna Bleszynska ZABLOCKA
[we know about Stanislaw BLESZYNSKI 2nd who married in 1701 to Katarzyna Rychlowska, with son Jozef Bleszynski
{Stanislaw Bleszynski 3rd - maybe the brother of JAKUB - m. Konstancja Brzeska; Stanislaw's sister was Anna Bleszynska married Jan Brzeski.
Stanislaw Bleszynski m. Konstancja Brzeska, but his sister Anna BLESZYNSKA married to Jan Brzeski. We know on Jedrzej and Zygmunt Bleszynski in 1674. In the POZNAN province lived Franciszek Bleszynski, Karol, and Tomasz Bleszynski; also here were living Jan and Antoni Bleszynski in 1697.
In the Cracow province - maybe close to Czestochowa in BLESZNO - lived Wojciech, Stanislaw, Piotr JĂłzef, and Mikolaj Bleszynski. Also the Bleszynskis in the Sieradz province.
Named above Andrzej Bleszynski / Jedrzej, and Zygmunt Bleszynski - maybe brothers or sons of JAKUB Bleszynski - inf. in 1674 in the POZNAN province;
Franciszek Bleszynski, Karol Bleszynski, Tomasz Bleszynski, Jan Bleszynski and Antoni Bleszynski inf. 1697 - maybe the family of named JAKUB Bleszynski.
Wojciech Bleszynski, Stanislaw Bleszynski [maybe the same as above named Stanislaw Bleszynski 1st b. ca 1705, official in WSCHOWA, and Marianna Bleszynska ZABLOCKA], Piotr JĂłzef Bleszynski, and Mikolaj Bleszynski in the Cracow province
- maybe close to Czestochowa - BLESZNO - and the Sieradz province}].

JĂłzef Bleszynski 2nd, b. ca 1740, was the husband of Franciszka MLODECKA Bleszynska b. ca 1740. Father of Hipolit Ksawery Bleszynski b. 1766.

Above Stanislaw Bleszynski b. ca 1705, official in WSCHOWA, acc. to me, come from Jakub Bleszynski who b. ca 1640, died in 1710, the son of Wojciech Bleszynski 1620-1670, and Agnieszka Brzozowski;
JAKUB Bleszynski - the Miedzyrzecz official - married five times:
1st to [1st to Gorska of Kalisz] Dorota Brodzka (d. 1670) in 1661;
2nd in 1670 to Teresa Dambska [or Anna Dabska], daughter of top officer in Inowroclaw and the widow after Konstanty Bojanowski.
The 3rd in 1677, wife Teresa Gorajska (d. 1755) [of Chelm], mother of
Michal Bleszynski of Bydgoszcz
{Michal Bleszynski, the official in Bydgoszcz, inf. ca 1733. MICHAL's family: Tomasz Bleszynski, Daniel and Dominia;
MICHAL Bleszynski married Grabowska the sister of bishop of Warmia,
with 2 daughters: the first daughter married Turno; the second daughter married Gorzewski / GORZENSKI official in Kalisz},
and TERESA Gorajska Bleszynska had the daughter m. Konstanty Zaleski;

JAKUB's 4th marriage in 1691, to Teresa Zielinska (d. 1699), daughter of Ludwik Zielinski of Sierpc;

5th time in 1701 married to Marianna Lucja Trzebuchowska [of BRZESC KUJAWSKI. See [her son ?] above Stanislaw Bleszynski 1st b. ca 1705, official in WSCHOWA, m. Marianna Bleszynska ZABLOCKA.

JAKUB Bleszynski - the Miedzyrzecz official - died in 1709. Jakub Bleszynski had 15 children (6 sons and 9 daughters).
JAKUB's granddaughter:
Ludwika Bleszynska 1710-1759 m. Antoni Gorzenski 1710-1774.

JAKUB's sons:
1.
Aleksander BLESZYNSKI b. ca 1680, married to Anna Wilkoszewska b. ca 1680
{Walenty Bleszynski born in 1706; the son of named above Aleksander BLESZYNSKI and Anna Wilkoszewska. Aleksander BLESZYNSKI b. ca 1680, and Anna Wilkoszewska b. ca 1680. ALEKSANDER maybe was the son of JAKUB Bleszynski.
Jan Bleszynski born 1737, was the son of named Walenty Bleszynski and Teresa.
Walenty was born in 1706 - Rozny, 5 km south to WIEWIOROW in the Dobryszyce parish}.
2.
Karol Bleszynski b. ca 1670, the son of named Jakub and Dorota Brodzka.
3.
Stanislaw Bleszynski 1st b. ca 1705, official in WSCHOWA, m. Marianna Bleszynska ZABLOCKA.

JAKUB's grandsons ?:
JĂłzef Karol Bleszynski, of Gniezno, inf. in Cracow, 1750.
Ludwik Bleszynski, of Chelm, inf. 1756.
Stanislaw Bleszynski, of Sandomierz;
Ignacy Bleszynski official in Sieradz;
Wojciech in Lomza;
Klemens of Bielsk - inf. about all above in 1764.

JAKUB's brother was maybe JACEK Bleszynski:
Jacek Bleszynski the Brus estate owner in the Cracow prov. close to KSIAZ; he had 4 sons - Baltazar Bleszynski fought near to Wieden.
Baltazar Bleszynski lived in the Sieradz province.
He had son Stanislaw Bleszynski [?? - maybe Stanislaw Bleszynski 1st b. ca 1705, official in WSCHOWA, m. Marianna Bleszynska ZABLOCKA] and the daughter Joanna + Antoni Rawa Gawronski.
Named Stanislaw Bleszynski, the owner of Suchoczasy and Wodzierady in the Sieradz province.

JAKUB's Bleszynski son
JĂłzef Bleszynski 1st official in PIOTRKOW, born circa 1670 / 1680, died 1730, was husband in 1701 to Marianna LIPSKA widowed LINOWSKA; and father of

{Jozef b. ca 1675, official in Cracow, inf. also in 1744, who was the father of Konstancja m. JĂłzef Grodzicki, official in WIELUN, and Katarzyna Radoszewska;
and named Jozef the 1st Bleszynski had sons -
Kazimierz - see below,
Antoni,
Franciszek,
Stanislaw [see also on above Stanislaw Bleszynski b. ca 1705, official in WSCHOWA + Marianna Bleszynska ZABLOCKA],
Daniel
[Daniel Bleszynski official in Wielun.
Tomasz Bleszynski official in Sieradz in 1768, MP.
Maybe the cousins of DANIEL: Ignacy Bleszynski official in Brodnica.
Dominik Bleszynski official in KSIAZ in the Cracow prov.];
and
1.
Tomasz Jan Bleszynski b. ca 1708 /1710 in Tubadzin. BLESZYNSKI TOMASZ JAN b. 1710 in Tubadzin, died 1806, clerk in Sieradz in 1761, landowner of Zelislaw, WĂłjcice, Janowice, Sarny, Zaborow, married Konstancja Gryf Otwinowska / Otffinowska, daughter of JĂłzef clerk in Sieradz, and Petronela Debinska, with sons.
TOMASZ was the son of JĂłzef Bleszynski 1st official in PIOTRKOW, born circa 1670 / 1680, died 1730, was husband in 1701 of Marianna LIPSKA widowed LINOWSKA.
TOMASZ was an official in Cracow, inf. also in 1744.
TOMASZ was the grandson of named Jakub Bleszynski who b. ca 1640, died in 1710, son of Wojciech Bleszynski 1620-1670, and Agnieszka Brzozowski;
JAKUB Bleszynski - the Miedzyrzecz official - married five times.
JAKUB's brother was maybe JACEK Bleszynski of Bleszyn / BLESZNO near to Czestochowa. Jacek Bleszynski the owner of Brus in the Cracow province close to KSIAZ; Jacek had 4 sons - Baltazar was fighting close to Wieden under the King, Jan Sobieski}

2.
Kazimierz Bleszynski b. 1703 in BLESZNO - 1757, MP, owner of ZLOCZEW and Brzezno, WRZACA close to BLASZKI in 1731, who married Teresa Jordan STRUS [Kazimierz the Piotrkow official],
with son Ignacy Bleszynski (1742 - 1813).
Ignacy Bleszynski was half brother of Wojciech Ludwik Jordan and Konstancja Urszula Walewska.


BLESZYNSKI TOMASZ JAN b. 1710 in Tubadzin, died 1806, clerk in Sieradz in 1761, landowner of Zelislaw, WĂłjcice, Janowice, Sarny, Zaborow, married Konstancja Gryf Otwinowska / Otffinowska, daughter of JĂłzef clerk in Sieradz, and Petronela Debinska,
with sons:
1. Piotr Lukasz BLESZYNSKI born 1750 in Zelislaw near Blaszki, d. ca 1813,
owner of Krzeslow near Pszczolki and Wola Pszczolecka; and owner of Kurow close to above Krzeslow and near Pszczolki / Walewice / Zelow! Clerk in Sieradz, m. Honorata Poninska died ca 1812, daughter of Michal Poninski and Marianna Krzucka; with:
a) Antonina m. ca 1807, to Aleksander Otocki d. 1825, owner of Zalew and Legendzin; Legendzin - close to Lutomiersk; Zalew - close to Lutomiersk.
b) Klemens d. ca 1829, from Zelislaw; Zelislaw - close to Blaszki;
c) Julianna b. 1782, m. in 1818 in Lobudzice, to Stanislaw Lykowski; Lobudzice - 3 km south-east of Zelow, close to Bujny;
d) JĂłzefa m. in 1820 in Lobudzice, to Kazimierz Swiejkowski clerk in Lutomiersk, d. 1831;
e) Michalina, b. ca 1795, m. Antoni Bleszynski son of Bonawentura and Salomea Pagowska;
f) Karol Boromeusz BLESZYNSKI, b. 1780 in Parzymiechy, d. 1839, owner of Bujny - east of Zelow; and Wierzchlas; m. in 1822 in Lobudzice, to Joanna Lozinska b. ca 1800, d. in 1867 - Zelislaw. Parzymiechy - 9 km north of Krzepice - see Kiedrzynski. Wierzchlas - 9 km south-east of Wielun.
2. Kazimierz owner of Zelislaw, b. 1752 ?
3. Michal BLESZYNSKI - inf. 1792, born ca 1755 ?
4. Ignacy Kajetan BLESZYNSKI 1763 - 1821 in Zelislaw, bought Grodzice and Lagiewniki (near Godynice and Zelow) in 1773, m. Apolonia Grodzicka of Kalisz, daughter of Kajetan owner of Godynice, and Konstancja Lubienska. Zelislaw - 3 km south-east of Blaszki. Grodzice - ? Godynice - close to Lagiewniki, north-west of Zloczew. With children:
A. Alojzyna b. 1806.
B. Zofia 1808 - 1821.
C. Marianna b. 1804, m. in 1832 in Blaszki, to Honoriusz Biernacki 1805-48, owner of Suliszewice, son of Gabriel owner of Lututow; Lututow - 23 km north-west of Wielun and 4 km west of Dymki of Kiedrzynski! Suliszewice - 6 km north-west of Blaszki.
D. Erazm b. ca 1796, d. 1831 in Kowno.
E. Abdon Ignacy Tadeusz b. in 1797 in Brzeznio, d. 1879, owner of Zelislaw; Zelislaw - 3 km south-east of Blaszki, and north-west of Sieradz. Married to Bronislawa Mniewska.

Marianna nee BLESZYNSKA, b. 1804, m. in 1832 in Blaszki
[she was the daughter of Ignacy Kajetan BLESZYNSKI 1763 - 1821 in Zelislaw; the granddaughter of BLESZYNSKI TOMASZ JAN b. 1710 in Tubadzin, died 1806, clerk in Sieradz in 1761, landowner of Zelislaw, WĂłjcice, Janowice, Sarny, Zaborow, married Konstancja Gryf Otwinowska / Otffinowska, daughter of JĂłzef clerk in Sieradz, and Petronela Debinska],
to Honoriusz Biernacki 1805-48, owner of Suliszewice [see below], son of Gabriel owner of Lututow; Lututow - 23 km north-west of Wielun and 4 km west of Dymki of Kiedrzynski! Suliszewice - 6 km north-west of Blaszki.

Above GORZENSKI:

Mentioned above Ignacy Augustyn Michal Gorzenski born 1743, died in 1816 in Warsaw, the Senator of the Polish Kingdom, chamberlain, aide and chief of the Military Chambers of King Stanislaus Augustus Poniatowski; the Crown Forces lieutenant general and adjutant general of the king; Ensign of Kalisz and Poznan; Poznan chamberlain, a member from the Poznan province to Four-Year Parliament in 1788; the Senator of the Kalisz province of the Duchy of Warsaw, co-founder of the May 3rd Constitution.
He was the son of Antoni Gorzenski, and Ludwika Bleszynski of Bydgoszcz,
in 1774 married Aleksandra SkĂłrzewski of Labiszyn (1761 - 1801), daughter of General Franciszek SkĂłrzewski and Marianna nee Ciecierski - famous favourite of Fryderyk II the Prussia King.
Above Ludwika Bleszynska / Bleszynski, 1718-1759, was the daughter of Michal Bleszynski 1680 - 1769,
grand-daughter of Jakub Bleszynski and Teresa Gorayska / Teresa Gorzenski.

Above
Michal Bleszynski died in 1769, top officer in Bydgoszcz, son of above named
Jakub Bleszynski (died 1710, top officer in Miedzyrzecz, on the west Polish border, and in Przemet - 30 km north-west of Leszno; see SULKOWSKI; compare Stanislaw Bleszynski 1st b. ca 1705, official in WSCHOWA, m. Marianna Bleszynska ZABLOCKA).

Michal Bleszynski married in 1718 to daughter of Andrzej Teodor Grabowski, of Chelmno / Chelmno; her daughter was above Ludwika, wife of mentioned Antoni Gorzenski (the counselor of the Poznan province during the Bar Confederation, 1768-1772).
Ludwika was mother of mentioned above General Augustyn Gorzenski.

Above Jakub Bleszynski d. 1710, son of Wojciech and Agnieszka Brzozowski; married five times: 1st to Dorota Brodzka (d. 1670) in 1661; 2nd in 1670 to Teresa Dambska, daughter of top officer in Inowroclaw and the widow of Konstanty Bojanowski. The 3rd wife Teresa Gorajska (d. 1755), mother of Michal Bleszynski of Bydgoszcz; 4th m. Teresa Zielinska (d. 1699), daughter of Ludwik Zielinski of Sierpc; 5th time married to Marianna Lucja Trzebuchowska (died in 1709). Jakub Bleszynski had 15 children (6 sons and 9 daughters).
His son JĂłzef Bleszynski born circa 1670, died 1730, was husband of Marianna; and father of Kazimierz Bleszynski 1703 - 1757, who married Teresa Jordan
with son Ignacy Bleszynski (1742 - 1813). Ignacy was half brother of Wojciech Ludwik Jordan and Konstancja Urszula Walewska.
Petronela RADOLINSKA who died in Zloczew / Zloczow, m. in 1789 to Ignacy Bleszynski (1742 - 1813), son of above Kazimierz and Teresa Struss; Ignacy was the owner of ZloczĂłw and Brzezno; he was born in ZloczĂłw, 1st married to Apolonia Sudrawska. See: Wola Pszczolecka.

The genealogy of above Ignacy Bleszynski:
Ignacy Bleszynski born in 1742 Zloczew - d. 1813 / 1815, son of Kazimierz Bleszynski b. 1703 in Bleszno, and Teresa nee Struss / Strus m. 1st to Jan Jordan

[all children of Jan JORDAN:
Spytek Rogatian Jordan; Wojciech Ludwik Jordan, and
Konstancja Urszula Walewska - married Stanislaw JĂłzef Walewski b. 1720 or 1740 - died in 1770 with children:
Bogumil Gabriel Walewski 1750-1814
{his daughter Konstancja Salomea JĂłzefa Walewska married to Wincenty Walewski b. 1785 d. 1819},
and Kunegunda Szembek born in 1760 / 1766 - d. 1828 wife of Ignacy JĂłzef Szembek 1740-1835 MP in 1788, officer in Ostrzeszow 1777-1793 with son
Piotr Szembek 1788-1866 General, Freemason, 1813 in Gdansk married to Fryderyka Becu de Tavernier,
with son Aleksander Szembek (1815-1884)]

who died in 1735;
Ignacy was owner of Zloczew
(BujnĂłw - 3 km west of Zloczew and 9 km north-east of Dymki and close to Lututow, Borzeckie, Czarna, Cegielnia, GrĂłjec Maly, Huta Szklana / Szklana Huta, Huta Stara, Miklesz, StanislawĂłw, Zloczewska Wies, Zloczewska Wola and Zapowiednik, inf. by Wikipedia; 1773 - Grodzice and Lagiewniki),
MP in 1809, 1811 of the Grand Duchy of Warsaw, officer in Brodnica, very active member of the 1794 Insurection (battle of Sieradz; see Madalinski and Uminski) in the Sieradz province;
married mentioned above Petronela Radolinski.

PETRONELA Radolinska (b. ca 1764-1821), daughter of Jan Radolinski 1726-1796 and Brygida or Maria Brygida Galecki; granddaughter of JĂłzef Stefan Radolinski of Wschowa b. 1680 - died in 1740 who was also father of JĂłzef Stanislaw Radolinski
[JĂłzef Stanislaw Radolinski 1730 - died in 1781 in WinnogĂłra, the Szamotuly County, father of Antonina Maria Breza and Wiridianna / Wirydianna Fiszer]
and JĂłzef Stefan Radolinski was brother of Zofia Walewska 1677 / 1678 - 1723 who m. Kazimierz Walewski.
Petronela died in Zloczew / Zloczow, m. in 1789 to Ignacy Bleszynski (1742 - 1813), son of Kazimierz and Teresa Struss; owner of ZloczĂłw and Brzezno; he was born in ZloczĂłw, 1st married to Apolonia Sudrawska.
See:
In 1808 the part of Bobrowniki had a new owner. It was Florian Szelicki, who married Marianna Kossecka, the sister of the last Madalinski's wife at Bobrowniki - Wojciech Madalinski. In 1810 Bobrowniki rented Ignacy Boblewski, and from 1817 to 1821 Wojciech Nowicki. In 1821 - 1830, Stanislaw Bleszynski, the proxy / procurator of the part of the village BOBROWNIKI.
Brief on the CICHOWICZ family:
CICHOWICZ of Zydaczow had sons: Marcin d. 1833 m. Malgorzata Wieczorkiewicz; and Antoni owner of DankĂłw close Czestochowa, officer in Zloczew, m. in 1828 to JĂłzefa Bleszynska daughter of above Stanislaw Bleszynski and Konstancja Wezyk
[?? - she b. ca 1750; the daughter of JĂłzef Wezyk of Konary Sieradzkie, 1710-1771 and Helena Jordan b. 1730. Konstancja was married in 1777 to Pawel Skorzewski 1744-1819].

PETRONELA Radolinska (b. ca 1764-1821), was a daughter of Jan Radolinski 1726-1796 and Brygida or Maria Brygida Galecki / Brygida Malecka; Petronela nee Radolinska was granddaughter of JĂłzef Stefan Radolinski of Wschowa b. 1680 - died in 1740. Mentioned above Petronela died in Zloczew / Zloczow, m. in 1789 to Ignacy Bleszynski (1742 - 1813), son of Kazimierz and Teresa Struss; owner of ZloczĂłw and Brzezno; he was born in ZloczĂłw, 1st married to Apolonia Sudrawska. See: Wola Pszczolecka. The genealogy of above Ignacy Bleszynski [Ignacy Bleszynski of Luszowice, close to Koscielec]: Ignacy Bleszynski born in 1742 Zloczew - d. 1813 / 1815, son of Kazimierz Bleszynski b. 1703 in Bleszno, and Teresa nee Struss / Strus m. 1st to Jan Jordan.

Helena Nieniewska b. ca 1796, m. in 1816, OsjakĂłw, to Wojciech Madalinski (1772 - 1824 in Debina, the OsjakĂłw parish), owner of OsjakĂłw, Nowa Wies, Debina, FelinĂłw, son of Jan Madalinski, owner of named Bobrowniki, grandson of Franciszek Madalinski and his 2nd wife Julianna Zajdlic, daughter of Florian and Barbara Eleonora Herman; Wojciech Madalinski was the son of Anna Botkowska.
In 1864, Bobrowniki bought Julian JĂłzef Chrzanowski ex-owner of Olszowa close to Kepno; then Walerian Chrzanowski (1834 -1891) - his son.
Interesting reading:
Countess Ludwika Maria Poniatowska (1728 - 1781) / as "Luds"; was the sister of King of Poland, Stanislaw August Poniatowski. Ludwika married in 1745 Jan Jakub Zamoyski.
PETRONELA Radolinska (b. ca 1764/66-1821), was a daughter of Jan Radolinski 1726-1796 and Brygida or Maria Brygida Galecki / Brygida Malecka; Petronela nee Radolinska was granddaughter of JĂłzef Stefan Radolinski of Wschowa b. 1680 - died in 1740, and also of above Countess Ludwika Maria Poniatowska (1728 - 1781) / as "Luds" was the sister of King of Poland, Stanislaw August Poniatowski.


We back again to JAKUB BLESZYNSKI:

The Dobryszyce parish
- 3 km north to GALONKI; 7 km south-east to WIEWIOROW and south-east to BIELIKI; 9 km east to LGOTA WIELKA; 9 km north-east to WOLA BLAKOWA.

I thought mistakenly that a brother of above mentioned TOMASZ JAN BLESZYNSKI b. 1710 in Tubadzin (10 km east of Blaszki) was Walenty BLESZYNSKI born 1706, the owner of Bieliki [see Jan Bleszynski of Bieliki and Wiewierow / Wiewierowo, inf. 1791] - 7 km east of Sulmierzyce of Sulimierski and Kiedrzynski - bought in 1755, m. Zuzanna Rogowska / Rogawska / RogĂłjska, with:
1.
Jan BLESZYNSKI b. ca 1745 / 1755, m. Tekla Teresa Bontani, with
a) Alojzy Jan Baptysta b. 1786 in Rozny ca 4 km south-west of Dobryszyce; 5 km south-east of Lgota Wielka. Dobryszyce - south-east of Sulmierzyce, north-east of Wola Jedlinska;
b) Franciszek Wincenty b. 1791 in Rozny;
c) Wojciech Stanislaw b. 1793 - Rozny;

2. Bonawentura BLESZYNSKI b. 1749 Rozny, d. 1820 in Golanki (south of Nur, Masovia), owner of Golanki, m. Salomea Pagowska,
with:
a) Maksymilian Rafal b. ca 1795, m. ca 1842, Salomea Psarska, with daughter
Angela Marta b. 1821 in Zerechow, near Mierzyn; Mierzyn - south of Piotrkow Trybunalski;
b) JĂłzef Kalasanty BLESZYNSKI b. ca 1792, from Sulmierzyce [see the KIEDRZYNSKI family of IZYDOR Kiedrzynski from JEDLNO];
c) Antoni b. ca 1785, owner of Stobiecko, m. Michalina Bleszynska b. ca 1795, daughter of Piotr and Honorata Poninska (lived close to Radomsko and Mierzyn); with daughter
Petronela Paula b. 1817 in Stobiecko Szlacheckie. Stobiecko Szlacheckie - at way from Lgota Wielka to Radomsko; 9 km south-east of Wola Blakowa - see Kiedrzynski!
d) Anastazja m. Kiedrzynska; she was b. ca 1785 / 1792. Antonina Anastazja Bleszynska married 1808 / ca 1810, to Kiedrzynski born 1784 (his father Kiedrzynski b. 1749) with 4 children.

Adam Kiedrzynski born ca 1783 / 1784 or in ca 1787, landlord of Sulmierzyce. Adam Kiedrzynski was godfather in Wola Blakowa in 1803 like nobleman with Joanna Lepicka. His relatives Felicjan Kiedrzynski and Tekla Lepicka of Wola Blakowa. Sulmierzyce is situated close to Rzasnia, north of Jedlno; the Krepa parish since 1769, close to LGOTA WIELKA. Adam Kiedrzynski married in 1808 in Krepa to Anastazja Bleszynska b. ca 1785 / 1792, from Bakowa GĂłra close to Przedborz.
In 1824 Franciszka Aniela Kiedrzynska was born - daughter of Adam Kiedrzynski and Anastazja Bleszynska in Sulmierzyce.

I wrote down:
Walenty BLESZYNSKI born 1706, the owner of Bieliki - 7 km east of Sulmierzyce of Sulimierski and Kiedrzynski - bought in 1755, m. Zuzanna Rogujska / Rogowska / Rogawska / RogĂłjska / ROGUJSKI

[! - compare: Opoczno 16 km north to ZarnĂłw; Wiktoria nee Kiedrzynska, m. Adam Rogujski owner of Wola Murowana / Miedzna Murowana, 9 km south of Opoczno - inf. in 1781 and 1782. But we know also on Wola Murowana in the SitkĂłwka-Nowiny community, close to Kielce. WIKTORIA was living around 7 km north to ZARNOW].

Walenty BLESZYNSKI had son Bonawentura BLESZYNSKI b. 1749 Rozny, d. 1820 in Golanki (south of Nur, Masovia), owner of Golanki [? - maybe GALONKI close to Rozny, Dobryszyce and Krepa - see Kiedzynski].

BONAWENTURA BLESZYNSKI married Salomea Pagowska.

Bonawentura had a daughter Anastazja m. Kiedrzynska; she was b. ca 1785 / 1792 [compare Sulmierzyce south to Wola Pszczolecka !]. Antonina Anastazja Bleszynska of Bakowa GĂłra close to Przedborz, married 1808 / ca 1810, to Kiedrzynski born 1784 (his father IZYDOR Kiedrzynski b. 1749) with 4 children.

Adam Kiedrzynski born ca 1783 / 1784 or in ca 1787, landlord of Sulmierzyce. Adam Kiedrzynski was godfather in Wola Blakowa in 1803 like nobleman with Joanna Lepicka. His relatives Felicjan Kiedrzynski and Tekla Lepicka of Wola Blakowa. Sulmierzyce is situated close to Rzasnia, north of Jedlno; the Krepa parish since 1769, close to LGOTA WIELKA. See Izydor Kiedrzynski and his son Gabryel Kiedrzynski.

In Dec. 2017 I can explain:
named above
Walenty Bleszynski b. 1706, was the son of Aleksander BLESZYNSKI of WIELGOMLYNY, and Anna Wilkoszewska.
Aleksander BLESZYNSKI b. ca 1680, and Anna Wilkoszewska b. ca 1680.
ALEKSANDER maybe was the son of JAKUB Bleszynski !

WIELGOMLYNY:

The Wielgomlyny parish, in 1733 in Trzebce, bpt. Antoni Felicjan was born as son of Andrzej Ujejski of Trzebce. Godparents: Aleksander Bleszynski of Trzebce and Teresa Lacka of Borowce.

1743 in Zalesie and BogdanĂłw, Stefan Bielski official in Piotrkow married to Helena Lacka of Zalesie. Witnesses: Aleksander Bleszynski the landowner and Piotr i with Joachim Lacki, brothers, owners of Borowce.

Walenty Bleszynski b. 1706, son of Aleksander BLESZYNSKI and Anna Wilkoszewska, had son Jan Bleszynski b. 1737.
Walenty, born in Rozny, 5 km south to WIEWIOROW, the Dobryszyce parish; his father was born ca 1680.
Named Wiewiorow:
1791 in Lgota, twins were born to Wincenty Musznicki and Zofia Pagowski, owners of Lgota. Godfather - Jan Bleszynski of Bieliki, owner of Wiewierow.
WIEWIOROW - 2 km north to Lgota Wielka; close to Brudzice; 5 km south-east to BIELIKI; 11 km south-east to Sulmierzyce of Kiedrzynski. See Izydor Kiedrzynski - north-east to JEDLNO.


Maurycy (Maurice) Prozor, born 1849 in Popovcie / POPOWCE in Lithuania; d. 1928 in Nice, diplomat, a Polish-French Count, author.


Stanislaw Grabowski, favourite son of the King Stanislaw August Poniatowski, was the founder of the church in Pustelnik; he was the owner of the estate in Krubki - GĂłrki in the Pustelnik parish; he has hosted there, in Krubki GĂłrki, then called Gorki, in 1821, among others, of the future Tsar of Russia, Aleksander I Pawlowicz Romanow, son of Pawel I. Elzbieta Grabowska was the wife of the last Polish King, Stanislaw August Poniatowski.
Stanislaw Grabowski, the most beloved son by the king - minister of religious and public enlightenment of the Polish Kingdom in 1818-1831,
took over the estate in Krubki GĂłrki and built a wooden manor here.
Aleksander I Pawlowicz Romanow, as some historians claim, was a child of King Stanislaw August Poniatowski and Tsarina Katarzyna.

Stanislaw Grabowski lived until 1847. Because he did not care about the property in Krubki GĂłrki, it was sold for debts into the hands of the Arkuszewski family. Krubki-GĂłrki is a village in Poland, in the Masovian Voivodeship, in the Wolomin county - east to WOLOMIN; in the Poswietne commune.

Maurycy Prozor 1st was not born in 1801 in Romajny {close to the Zagorski family, Puslowski, Szymon Syruc - then to Prozor and next to MEDEKSZA; in 1863 to WAKSEL; near to Nartowski L.; and J. Nartowski} in the KOWNO county.

Maurycy Prozor 1st was born in September 1801 in Rothley-Temple in the Leicestershire county in the central part of ENGLAND.
In March 1831 he headed the uprising in the Kovno county; he fought many times with Russian troops, among others he defended KIEJDANY / Kyedani. In July, he joined the corps of General Henryk Dembinski and with him retreated to the Congress Kingdom. On August 31, 1831, he received the Golden Cross of the Order Virtuti Militari. In 1832 he came to France. He was supporter of Prince Adam Jerzy Czartoryski. He became a member of the Monarch Society of the Third May.
MAURYCY married Anna Chlopicki, with 3 sons: Edward; Maurycy 2nd; Lucjan.
Maria Zaleska (born ca 1825) m. above Edward Prozor b. ca 1830, the son of Maurycy Prozor senior, b. 1801 in Rothley-Temple, the Leicestershire county, d. 1886. The Lithuanian Count Maurycy Prozor 3rd, was born on January 28, 1849, in Vilnius, Lithuania, as the son of named Edward Prozor and his wife Maria Zaleska.
Edward Prozor was the son of named Maurycy Prozor 1st + Anna Chlopicka.
The father of MAURYCY senior, was ANIELA OSKIERKA and Ignacy Kajetan Prozor. Aniela Oskierka, 1770-1804, married Ignacy Kajetan Prozor b. ca 1770 [see OSWIEJA and Malkiewicz. Ignacy Kajetan Prozor was General major of the Kowno county],
with:
Kornela Prozor Rokicka, 1800-1835;
Henryk Prozor;
Maurycy Prozor 1st senior 1801-1886 + Anna Chlopicka b. ca 1810.

Maurycy Prozor senior was born in Rothley-Temple, Leicestershire, died in 1886. PROZOR Maurycy 1st (1801-1886) was the commander of the Kowno Uprising in 1831; he had children:
Edward Prozor b. ca 1830 {Maria Zaleska (born ca 1825) m. [his 2nd wife] Edward Prozor b. ca 1830, the son of Maurycy Prozor senior, b. 1801. EDWARD married 1st to GRABOWSKA [Poniatowski line - see above on Elzbieta Poniatowska-Grabowska and Stanislaw Grabowski - Poniatowski]};
Maurycy Prozor 2nd born ca 1830;
Lucjan Prozor;
and daughter JULIA PROZOR JACZEWSKA-ZALESKA b. ca 1829.

Rothley Temple / Rothley Preceptory / Rowth-Ley, was a preceptory in the village of Rothley, Leicestershire, England, associated with both the Knights Templar and the Knights Hospitaller [see General Franciszek Paszkowski and Cracow; also Volhynia and the Freemasons in the Great Poland]. The chapel was constructed by the Knights Templar.
In the Middle Ages, Rothley was home to a manor of the Knights Templar, known as Rothley Temple, but now the Rothley Court Hotel, which passed to the Babington family after the dissolution of the monasteries in the 16th century.


Maria Prozor (Grabowska), 1826 - 1892, was the daughter of Stanislaw GRABOWSKI (Poniatovski) and Julia Grabowska. MARIA was the wife [1st wife] of Edward Prozor born ca 1830.
Copyright by Andrzej Hennel at geni.com.

Maurycy Prozor 1st senior 1801-1886 + Anna Chlopicka b. ca 1810. Maurycy Prozor senior was born in Rothley-Temple, Leicestershire, died in 1886. PROZOR Maurycy (1801-1886) was the commander of the Kowno Uprising; he had children:
Edward Prozor b. ca 1830 {Maria Zaleska (born ca 1825) married Edward Prozor b. ca 1830 [his first wife ?], the son of Maurycy Prozor senior, b. 1801};
Maurycy Prozor 2nd born ca 1830;
Lucjan Prozor;
and daughter JULIA PROZOR JACZEWSKA-ZALESKA b. ca 1829.

Above Stanislaw GRABOWSKI (Poniatovski) / Count Stanisław Grabowski, b. 1780 in Warszawa, d. 1845 in Warszawa, the son of Stanisław August Poniatowski / Stanislovas Augustas Poniatowski
[1732 in Voŭčyn, d. 1798 in Saint Petersburg. Stanisław II Augustus / Stanisław August Poniatowski / Stanisław Antoni Poniatowski, was the last King of Poland, Grand Duke of Lithuania and the last monarch of the united Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (1764-95)]
and Elżbieta Grabowska Szydłowska.

Compare:
Michal Zdzislaw Zamoyski (1679 - 1735) was the 6th Ordynat of Zamosc estate. His children inter alia:
1. Tomasz Antoni Zamoyski,
2. Jan Jakub Zamoyski
(b. 1716, died in 1790, IX Ordynat; Ludwika Maria Poniatowska born 1728, in 1745 married Jan Jakub Zamoyski, with daughter Urszula Zamoyska. Ludwika Maria Poniatowska died in 1781, was daughter of Stanislaw Poniatowski and LUDWIKA was also the sister of the King of Poland - Stanislaw August Poniatowski; mentioned above Urszula Zamoyska (1750-1806), was best known as Ursula Mniszech.
Ludwika Maria Poniatowska had the second daughter - Brygida / Maria Brygida Galecki / Brygida Galecka [b. ca 1747 ?]
- see about Radolinski, Fiszer, Wola Pszczolecka, Kosciuszko; see at my webpages on Venture, Sulkowski, Murat, Paszkowski, Szaniawski, Armand),
and 3. Andrzej Hieronim Zamoyski.

Note:
Karol WALEWSKI, d. ca 1757 owner of Ptaszkowice, Lichawa, Grabia, m. Brygida Galecka daughter of Ludwika nee Poniatowska - BRYGIDA was the 2 voto Jan Radolinski
(Brygida Galecka was the daughter of Ludwika nee Poniatowska. Countess Ludwika Maria Poniatowska (1728 - 1781) / as "Luds"; was the sister of King of Poland, Stanislaw August Poniatowski. Ludwika married in 1745 Jan Jakub Zamoyski, by whom she had an only daughter).

PETRONELA Radolińska (b. ca 1764/66-1821), was the daughter of Jan Radolinski 1726-1796 and Brygida or Maria Brygida Gałecki.
Petronela nee Radolinska was granddaughter of JĂłzef Stefan Radoliński of Wschowa b. 1680 - died in 1740. JĂłzef Stefan Radoliński lived at the court of Polish King, Jan III Sobieski; clerk in Wschowa (see Sulkowski). JĂłzef Stefan had 7 children:
youngest son Jan Radolinski 1726-1796 was owner of Jarocin, but his brother
JĂłzef Stanisław was officer in Wschowa and in 1757 JĂłzef Stanisław married to Katarzyna Raczyńska (see Kiedrzynski).

Remember:
In 1774 JĂłzef Stanisław from hands of Stanisław August Poniatowski had taken Jeziorki, Słupia and Piekary; JĂłzef Stanisław died in 1781. JĂłzef Stanisław RADOLINSKI and Katarzyna had daughter
Wirydianna (1761 - 1826), who married two times; 1st in 1788 to Maciej Antoni Kwilecki, officer in Wschowa; Wirydianna m. 2nd time to General Stanisław Fiszer, the Chief of Army Staff of the Duchy of Warsaw and longtime friend of Tadeusz Kosciuszko
(see General Franciszek Paszkowski who had daughter - Armand's wife, and relatives to the Konstantynowiczs!).

The Oswieja parish:

Szadurski Stanislaw, a brother of Mikolaj, son of Franciszek-Ksawery Szadurski, a Russian colonel, died in 1870; Szadurski Mikolaj died 1876. Properties of Szadurski: Zwirdzin to Stanislaw Szadurski; Newlany, Dorotpol, Dunakla to Stanislaw Szadurski's family.
Szadurski Mikolaj son of named Franciszek Ksawery Szadurski and his wife Felkerzamb; in 1817 in the Polock college; then at the Wilno University in 1822/23 aged 15. MIKOLAJ Szadurski, m. in 1837 to Maria Plater-Zyberk 1813-1893, the daughter of Michal Plater-Zyberk + Izabela Helena Syberg zu Wischling 1785-1849. Mikolaj
had son Wladyslaw Szadurski born in 1840.
Wladyslaw Szadurski married Stefania Borch;
grandchildren:
1. Michalina Szadurska b. 1867 + Konstanty Michalina Maria Ropp 1855-1925;
2. Marian Eugeniusz Wladyslaw Szadurski b. 1877.

In the OSWIEJA parish:
Amelin / AMELINO close to Kochanowicze, and Malinowo of Chrapowicki;
Czarnopol of Szadurski;
Domanowo and Dobroplozy of Szadurski;
Jozefowo to Ms Lipska;
Michalin to Szadurski;
Kochanowicze to Chrapowicki [see Kennedy];
Kochanowicze 2nd to Benislawska [see Soltan, Piottuch-Kublicki, Konstantynowicz];
Klonowo - Czechowicz;
Oswieja and Pilnomysl to Szadurski;
Stara Swolna - Lipski - here Malkiewicz [see Miezonka];
Swolna to Zarakowska [see Konstantynowicz];
Strzalki - Benislawska;
Wygoda and Widoki to Szadurski.

Hylzen and his wife Konstancja Plater Hylzen, founded a monastery of the Sisters of Mercy with the hospital in Oswiej [1749 owned by HYLZEN]; they had son JĂłzef Hylzen, official in Mscislaw; in 1786 he give away Oswiej to JĂłzefow Szadurski.

Oswiej / Oswej / Osveya (Izabela Horodecki - Malkiewicz spent her childhood there; she was born in Moscow, but her father from the Malnow district; she has family in Miezonka, Lodz, Warsaw; in Karsawa - Malnow - Ludsen area were living the Brzezinskis) was a property of the Ciolek- Szadurski family in mid 1820s.
Szadurski Mikolaj, son of Franciszek-Ksawery in 1817 studied in Polotsk / Polock, next in Vilnius 1822 / 1823 (see Oginski's last years in Lithuania), landlord of Malnow and Oswiej, in Lucyn / Ludsen, the nearby town, Szadurski held offices, in 1837 married to Marya Zyberk-Plater daughter of Michal. Mikolaj died in 1876.
Melnava / Malnaya / MalnĂłw / Malnow - a village near to Karsawa: Karolina, next of kin with Jozef Hylzen, was wife of Jan Franciszek Szadurski, owner of Pusza, Zielonpol or Zielonpole and Matnow / Malnow;
her son Jan Szadurski, m. Dorota Szczyt, and her children:
1. Jozef Szadurski, official in Witebsk 1814 - 1817,
2. Ksawery Szadurski, who taken estates from the Hylzen family;
Jozef Szadurski had son Ignacy, who held offices in Witebsk 1835 / 1838, no children
and from Ksawery Szadurski is new branch.

A place of offices held by a member of the Szadurski family: Szadurski Stanislaw, a brother of Mikolaj, son of Franciszek-Ksawery, a Russian colonel, died in 1870; Szadurski Mikolaj died 1876. Properties of Szadurski: Zwirdzin to Stanislaw Szadurski, Newlany, Dorotpol, Dunakla to the Stanislaw Szadurski family. Oswiej and Malnow - the Mikolaj Szadurski family.
Michal Plater-Zyberk 1777 - 1862/63, his daughter Maria married to Mikolaj Szadurski. Maria b. on 23 Sept. 1813, m. on 15 Oct. 1837, she died in Kraslaw on 20 Dec. 1893.

Izabella Malkiewicz born 01st May 1908 in Moskwa / Moscow / Moscou; Mother-in-God was Maryla Koziell Poklewska / Maryla Koziell Poklevski married to Slotwinski / Slotvinski. Her sister Irena Malkiewicz, actress.

Hylzen JĂłzef Jerzy (1736-1786), was official in Mscislaw, freemason; he was the son of Jan August, and Konstancja Plater; he visited Germany, France, Belgium and Italy. in 1754 he became courtier of Augustus III.
JAN AUGUST HYLZEN in 1767 {?} took OSWIEJA.
JĂłzef Hylzen died in Roma and ownership of Oswiej / Oswieja went through to Plater: Kazimierz Konstanty Broel-Plater, who give away the estate in 1786 to Jan Szadurski, the son of Jan Szadurski senior.

The ZABIELLO family:

ANTONI Zabiello b. ca 1710 - 18 Aug 1776, with a daughter m. Adam Tadeusz Broel-Plater;
with children:
1. Krzysztof Broel-Plater;
2. Marianna Broel-Plater d. 1854, m. Stefan Kajetan Giedroyc (b. 1788);
3. Tadeusz Broel-Plater (1780 - 1822) m. Rachela Aniela Kosciuszko (1784 - 1860).
RACHELA's son:
Adam Broel-Plater (28 May 1805 - 1869) m. Ksawera Mirska (b. 1820) in 1840;
with children:
Teodora Broel-Plater (1840), Franciszka Ksawera; Idalia; Leon Bartlomiej; Lucjan Broel-Plater; Rachela; Ewelina Emma (1852 - 1898).

Jerzy Zabiello b. ca 1755 had sisters:
Brygit (Zabiello) Gorska / Brygida Gorska, b. ca 1740, m. Fortunat Gorski;
and next sister (1740 - 13 Nov 1810) m. Teodor Laskarys (1730 - 1785);
and next brother: Szymon Zabielo (14 Feb 1750 - 1824) m. Barbara Zawisza.

Named Jerzy Zabiello b. ca 1755 - the son of ANTONI ZABIELLO Michajlowicz - had the daughter
ZOFIA Zabiello ZALESSKA / Zofia Zaleska, b. ca 1790, m. Marcin Zaleski b. ca 1790 - son of Benedykta Konstancja Matuszewicz and Michal Zaleski b. ca 1760;
and JERZY's Zabiello granddaughter:
Maria Zaleska (born ca 1825) m. Edward Prozor b. ca 1830, the son of Maurycy Prozor senior, b. 1801 in Rothley-Temple, the Leicestershire county, d. 1886.
The Lithuanian Count Maurycy Prozor, was born on January 28, 1849, in Vilnius, Lithuania, as the son of named Edward Prozor and his wife Maria Zaleska.
The family PROZOR was of noble Polish-Lithuanian descent; the grandfather had been a famous general.

Acc. to me Julia Prozor was the daughter of mentioned Maurycy Prozor senior, b. 1801 in Rothley-Temple. Julia (Prozor) Zaleski b. ca 1829. Julia Prozor died in Oct. 1897 in Warsaw; she m. 2nd to Antoni Zaleski, born in 1824 or in 1827 - 1885 in Florencja, the son of Ignacy Zaleski b. 1791 in Terespol, d. 1849, and Konstancja Zabiello. JULIA Prozor Zaleska m. 1st to Dionizy Jaczewski the son of Teodor Jaczewski and Jadwiga Lewald-Jezierska died 1857. Dionizy Jaczewski b. 1810.

JERZY's ZABIELLO the great-grandson - Maurycy Prozor junior 3rd, born 1849, m. Maria Grabowska 2nd. He was the Lithuanian Count born in Vilnius.

Above DIONIZY JACZEWSKI:

L. Tolstoj / Tolstoy had known Dionizy Jaczewski, and others Polish students exiled from Kiev to KAZAN in September 1839 [compare: BREGUET; Siedoch; Konstantynowicz Wasyl; Demonsi - Armand].
Lew Tolstoj was in Kazan in 1841 or 1842, and informed about named students in 1896 to Marian Zdziechowski and August Cieszkowski. Wincenty Migurski in 1863 wrote on Kazan. Lew Tolstoj in Kazan in 1841, lived in a home of Pelagia Juszkowa. All eight students were members of Szymon Konarski plot in Kiev in Jan. 1839: Dionizy Jaczewski; JĂłzef Brzozowski; Edward Cilli, Achilles Sylwester Rossolowski; Antoni Robert Stanislawski; Stanislaw Strojnowski; JĂłzef Warawski. Szymon Konarski was shot in Wilno in 1839. Dionizy Jaczewski and others 45 Polish students studied here in 1840 to 1846; Franciszek Zaleski since 2 September 1839 in Kazan, with Edward Cilli, Achilles Sylwester Rossolowski; JĂłzef Brzozowski; Wiktor Gajewski, Aleksander Geisman, Benedykt Gutowski, Florian Zylewicz, Stanislaw Lewandowski, Ksawery Mikulski, Wincenty Moniuszko, Julian Oziemblowski, Lukasz Ryncki, Kleotyld TchĂłrzewski, Stefan Czerny.
Franciszek Zaleski had a son Wladyslaw Zaleski (1861-1922), Prof. of the Kazan University [compare inf. about Ms Zaleska in Miezonka ca 1914].

Dionizy Jaczewski was the first son of Cezary Jaczewski and Benigna Iwanowski; they were owners of Bukryn, Bukryn Maly and Stepance. Dionizy's brothers: Wladyslaw and Teodor, studied in Krzemieniec.
Dionizy with brothers Wladyslaw and Teodor confirmed nobility in Kiev in 1843, and
Dionizy Jaczewski in 1849 was the Marshal of nobility!
Dionizy's sons:
Cezary Jan JACZEWSKI (b. 1852), Jan (1854) and Marian Jaczewski - inf. in Kiev in 1862.
Dionizy Jaczewski died ca 1862.

Julia Jaczewska PROZOR b. ca 1829, married 2nd time in 1869 in CRACOW to Antoni Zaleski, member of the 1863 Uprising, exiled to Wiatka in 1867-1869.

We back to OSKIERKA - PROZOR line:

Jan Mikolaj Oskierka 1735-1796, married in 1761 to Barbara Rokicka, with children:

A. Rafal Michal Oskierka, 1761-1818 + Maria with
1. Jan Oskierka b. 1820 [JAN's children: Sabina; Rafal Oskierka b. ca 1850; Antoni Oskierka b. 1851; Franciszek Oskierka 1854-1939; Helena Oskierka 1854-1910];
2. Emilia m. Hubert Artemiusz Swiatopelk-Mirski b. 1815;
3. Ludwik Oskierka b. ca 1820 + Bogumila Swiatopelk-Mirska;
4. Teresa + Romuald Jelenski.
B.
Dominik Oskierka b. ca 1770 + Salomea Gizycka
{with children:
Maria + Jan Gizycki b. 1790;
Wladyslaw Oskierka b. ca 1800 + Marianna Oskierka;
Kajetan Oskierka b. 1820/1821 + Stefania Julia Radziwill of MIEZONKA, 1825-1896
[with the son Adolf Oskierka 1868-1901]};
C.
Aniela Oskierka, 1770-1804, married Ignacy Kajetan Prozor b. ca 1770 [see OSWIEJA and Malkiewicz. Ignacy Kajetan Prozor was General major of the Kowno county],
with:
Kornela Prozor Rokicka, 1800-1835;
Henryk Prozor;
Maurycy Prozor 1st senior 1801-1886 + Anna Chlopicka b. ca 1810.

Maurycy Prozor senior was born in Rothley-Temple, Leicestershire, died in 1886. PROZOR Maurycy (1801-1886) was the commander of the Kowno Uprising;
he had children:
Edward Prozor b. ca 1830 {Maria Zaleska (born ca 1825) m. Edward Prozor b. ca 1830, the son of Maurycy Prozor senior, b. 1801};
Maurycy Prozor 2nd born ca 1830;
Lucjan Prozor;
and daughter named above JULIA PROZOR JACZEWSKA-ZALESKA b. ca 1829.

JERZY's Zabiello granddaughter:
Maria Zaleska (born ca 1825) m. above Edward Prozor b. ca 1830, the son of Maurycy Prozor senior, b. 1801 in Rothley- Temple, in the Leicestershire county, d. 1886.
Acc. to me Julia Prozor was the daughter of Maurycy Prozor senior, b. 1801 in Rothley-Temple. Julia (Prozor) Zaleski b. ca 1829. Julia Prozor died in Oct. 1897 in Warsaw; she m. 2nd Antoni Zaleski, born in 1824 or in 1827 - 1885 in Florencja, the son of Ignacy Zaleski b. 1791 in Terespol, d. 1849, and Konstancja Zabiello. JULIA Prozor Zaleska m. 1st to Dionizy Jaczewski the son of Teodor Jaczewski and Jadwiga Lewald-Jezierska died 1857. Dionizy Jaczewski b. 1810.

JERZY's great-grandson
Count Maurycy Prozor junior 3rd, born 1849, m. Maria Grabowska 2nd.


The ZABIELLO - BROEL-PLATER - KOSCIUSZKO branch:

ANTONI Zabiello b. ca 1710 - 18 Aug 1776,
that is
Antoni Zabiełło - General lieutenant of the army of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, the Marshal of the Kaunas county in 1744.
His parents: Michał Zabiełło, the Kaunas land writer + Anna Monwid-Białłozor.
ANTONI m. Zofia Niemirowicz-Szczytt.

ANTONI had two brothers: Szymon Zabiello, official in MINSK; and JĂłzef; and 6 sisters:
Marianna + Dominik Korwin-Kossakowski;
Katarzyna + JĂłzef Monwid-Białłozor;
Konstancja + Dominik Medeksza, grandson of Stefan Franciszek MEDEKSZA;
Eufrozyna Piotrowicz;
Eleonora + Jerzy Monwid-Białłozor;
Teodora Syruc.

ANTONI married in 1744 / 1748 to Zofia Niemirowicz-Szczytt, the daughter of JĂłzef Niemirowicz - Szczytt, the Mścisław official + Petronella Wołodkowicz, 2nd m. Szymon Syruc; Petronella was the granddaughter of Krzysztof Benedykt Niemirowicz-Szczytt, Castellan of Smolensk.
ANTONI's children:
Anna Zabiello + General Teodor Laskarys;
Brygida Zabiello + Lieutenant Fortunat Gorski, the son of Castellan of SAMOGITIA / Zmudz, Michał Jan GORSKI;
Maria ZABIELLO + Adam Broel-Plater, Count;
JĂłzef Zabiello, the Field Commander of Lithuanian Army, m. Marianna Sobolewska, 2nd married to Ludwik Szymon Gutakowski, the daughter of Maciej Sobolewski and the sister of Walenty Faustyn SOBOLEWSKI;
Jerzy Zabiello m. Marianna Sobolewska, the daughter of Walenty Sobolewski and the sister of Ignacy Sobolewski;
Szymon Zabiello, the Castellane of MINSK, m. Barbara Kieżgajło-Zawisza;
Michał Zabiello, GENERAL;
Unknown daughter married Tadeusz Kocielł as his second wife
[Tadeusz Kociełł b. 1736, d. 1799, the high state official in Oszmiany in 1772, General Major of Lithuania; inf. in 1764; the son of Kazimierz Kociełł and Barbara Chomiński Kociell, 2nd married to Jan Niemirowicz-Szczytt, the top official in INFLANTY, the half-brother of Justynian Niemirowicz-Szczytt. TADEUSZ m. 1st to Anna Tyszkiewicz, the daughter of JĂłzef Benedykt Tyszkiewicz and Teresa Niemirowicz-Szczytt, the daughter of the Smolensk Castellan Krzysztof Benedykt Niemirowicz-Szczytt. TADEUSZ had 3 children: JĂłzef KOCIELL Colonel in 1794; Michał Kazimierz General in 1794; Barbara + Andrzej Abramowicz. Above unknown Zabiello m. 1st Oskierka; TADEUSZ KOCIELL died in BIENICE in the LOBEZ county].

Tadeusz Broel-Plater b. 1780, died 1822, was the son of mentioned Adam Tadeusz Broel-Plater, Count, and named above MARIA ZABIELLO / Maria Zofia ZABIELLO.

Unknown Kosciuszko was father of Abraham Salomon Kosciuszko - born in 1821 in Suwalki, died 1917, husband of Jeanette Marx [nothing to do with Karl] and father of Louis Kosciuszko b. 1857, and the grandfather of Jacques Achille Kosciusko b. 1913 in Paris, died 1994 in Paris. Above Abraham Salomon Kosciuszko / Abraham Salomon Koscziuszko, b. 1821 in Suwalki, died 1917, a merchant from SUWALKI, arrived to PARIS ca 1850. Above named Louis Koscziuszko / LUDWIK KOSCIUSZKO was the brother of Estelle Fontaine.
Above unknown Kosciuszko maybe was born ca 1785, son of JĂłzef Tomasz Kosciuszko Siechnowiecki and Maria Siechnowiecka / Marija SIECHNOWIECKI;
brother of Rachela Aniela Broel-Plater KOSCIUSZKO

[Rachela Aniela Broel-Plater - Kosciuszko Siechnowiecka, 1784 - 1860 in Saukenai, the daughter of mentioned above JĂłzef Tomasz Kosciuszko Siechnowiecki and Marija Burniewicz; wife of named
Tadeusz Broel-Plater;
mother of Adam Michal Broel-Plater; Michal; Lucjan Stanislaw {see Australia}; Ferdynand
{see Australia: the father of Lucien / Lucjan and Ferdinand / Ferdynand, was Count Thaddeus de Broel Plater / Tadeusz Broel-Plater / Tadas Broel-Pliateris b. 1762 or born in 1780, d. 1822, a Marshal of the Polish-Lithuanian nobility in the district of Vilno. He was married in 1804 to Rachela Aniela / Rachel Kosciuszko b. 1784 - d. 1860, niece of Thaddeus Kosciuszko; the brothers were born at Pomusz near Courland};
Aleksandra; Fabian Antoni Ignacy Broel-Plater Count; Tadeusz August Jan; Antoni Konstanty Broel-Plater; Rachela Broel-Plater and Anna Czudowska.
Above Tadeusz Broel-Plater b. 1780, died 1822, son of Adam Tadeusz Broel-Plater, Count, and Maria Zofia ZABIELLO];

Aleksander Kosciuszko Siechnowiecki and
Jozef Kosciuszko junior.

Above JĂłzef Tomasz Kosciuszko Siechnowiecki, 1743 - 1789 in Wisznica, son of Ludwik Tadeusz Kosciuszko - Siechnowiecki and Tekla Kosciuszko Siechnowiecka. Husband of Maria and Marija.
Brother of Anna Barbara Krystyna Estka;
Katarzyna ZĂłlkowska;
GENERAL Tadeusz Andrzej Kosciuszko
and Stanislaw Kosciuszko Siechnowiecki.

Above Jeanette Marx b. 1828 [maybe born in 1835 in Lorraine, France, and married 2nd in 1858. Her second - ? - husband was born in 1828 !], wife [in ca 1855 1st time ?!] of Abraham Salomon Koscziuszko, and mother of Louis Koscziuszko born 1857 [maybe 1856; see below] and Estelle Fontaine. Sister of Leon Marx ? Acc. to me she was the mother of LEON {first name} and wife of {surname} LEON [Jeanette Jennie MARX or Jennie MARKS, 1835-1886, married after 1857 to Marx Joseph LEON 1828-1885 with Leon Leon, ca 1858-ca 1858; and Harriett / Hattie LEON, ca 1859-ca 1932 {married on 29 October 1878 to Oscar I. FRANK, 1850-ca 1940}; and 5 more children born ca 1860 to 1869]!

The Kosciusko-Morizet family is a French family of Polish and French origin. The oldest ascendants come from Abraham Salomon Kosciuszko (1821-1917), a Jewish merchant born in Suwalki, in the part of Poland then under Russian administration, very close to the present Lithuanian border and arrived in France ca 1850, and his wife, Janette Marx, from a Jewish family in Lorraine.

Lucjan and Ferdynand Broel - Plater in the book 'Poles in Australia and Oceania 1790-1940', by Lech Paszkowski, Australian National University Press, 1987: After the arrival of Prince Lubecki in New South Wales, Plater - the Counts Lucien and Ferdinand, landed in Sydney. The father of Lucien / Lucjan and Ferdinand / Ferdynand, was Count Thaddeus de Broel Plater / Tadeusz Broel-Plater / Tadas Broel-Pliateris b. 1762 or born in 1780, d. 1822, a Marshal of the Polish-Lithuanian nobility in the district of Vilno. He was married in 1804 to Rachela Aniela / Rachel Kosciuszko b. 1784 - d. 1860, niece of Thaddeus Kosciuszko; the brothers were born at Pomusz near Courland: Lucien Stanislaw de Plater / Lucien in November 1808 (born maybe in Wilno; d. 1857) and Ferdinand in January 1811; the father of above Tadeusz b. 1780, was Adam Tadeusz Broel-Plater, MP, b. ca 1740 + Maria Zofia, who was son of Krzysztof Konstanty Plater and Anna;
Adam Tadeusz - General adjutant in 1775 was father of mentioned above Tadeusz Broel-Plater; Anna Marianna Giedroyc and Krzysztof Broel-Plater.
Above Krzysztof Konstanty Plater / Broel-Plater, 1718 - 1751, son of Fabian Ksawery Broel-Plater and Ludwika;
brother of Jan Ludwik Plater; Teresa Plater and Rozalia Strutyńska.
Above Colonel Fabian Ksawery Broel-Plater 1679 - 1742 was son of Jan Andrzej Henryk Plater and Ludwika Maria von Grothuss; brother of Jan Ludwik Plater 1686/1690 - 1736 or 1764; Aleksander Konstanty Plater; Izabela Borch and Anna Sybilla von Syberg.

Important geographical explanations of the POMUSZ estate:

now Litwa / Lietuva, in Skilinpamusis / Zilpamusis village is the Szyling Pomusz / Weiss-Pomusz / Pomusz Wielki court owned the Bystram family, then to Broel-Plater; by Musza river, here is the 19th century manor of Plater; 4 km to the Latvia border (Courland) close to Salnaiciai and Grenctale; near Salociai; on west-north-west of Birzai / Birze; west of Jekabpils in Latvia; south-east of Jelgava / Mitau / Mitawa. Fabian-Ksawery Broel-Plater son of Jan Andrzej Broel-Plater, the Livland governor, and his wife Ludwika Maria nee Grotthus; Fabian was born in 1679, fought at Olkienniki in 1700.
1732 takes in the pledge the Weiss-Pomusz estate from Carolina Sapieha Radziwill, 1733 transfers the pledge to Krzysztof Bystram and his wife Zuzanna Offenberg.
1738 Fabian-Ksawery Plater still gives the same pledge and for the same amount to Krzysztof Adam Ropp; 1740 ultimately transfers the same pledge of Weiss-Pomusz to Krzysztof Adam Ropp, and then to Jan Wilhelm Ropp.
Tadeusz Broel-Plater son of Adam / Adam Tadeusz and Maria Zabiełła, b. ca 1780, was owner of Pomusz Wielki, from hands of his wife - owner of Szwabiszki. Assessor of main criminal court in Vilnius before 1821, then the Speaker of the nobility of Vilnius. 1804 he was married to Rachel Kosciuszko born in 1784, died in Szafkiany on 17 June 1860.
Lucjan Stanisław Broel-Plater / Lucjan-JĂłzef-Krzysztof, b. 1808 in above named Pomusz; at the time of the uprising 1830 he was together with his brother Ferdynand as cadet at the Russian officers school in Dynaburg.
Fabian Jan Broel-Plater b. after 1700, m. before 1734 to Maria Elżbieta von Grotthus aus dem Hause Ruhenthal, daughter of Captain Wilhelm Dietrich and Anna Maria Charlotta von Plettenberg, and granddaughter of Jan Filip von Grotthus, Małgorzata von Bucholtz, Jan Filip von Plettenberg and Emerencja von Vietinghoff. Fabian-John appears as a witness in any transaction in Pomusz on 26 June 1742 and 6 August 1750; 1752 he has been re-married to Eleanor von Bonninghausen genannt Budberg, the daughter of Captain Magnus Ernst, and Emerencja von Plettenberg.
Graf Anton Broel-Plater formerly in France;
Graf Ferdinand Broel-Plater owner of Szwabiszki and Countess Anna.

Brother of above family:
the Count Thaddeus / Tadeusz Broel Plater, d. 1822, owner of Pomusz, Assessor of Criminal Court, m. Rachel Kosciuszko. From the marriage had seven sons and three daughters:
Adam, born 16 / 28th May 1805;
Michael, born 13th / 25th Oct. 1807;
Lucian, born 13 November / 25, 1808;
Ferdinand, born 24 Dec. 1810 (January 5, 1811).

We back to Australia:

Tadeusz Broel-Plater / Tadas Broel-Pliateris b. 1762 or born in 1780, d. 1822 had private tutors and completed the Military College at Dunaburg. Lucien Stanislaw de Plater b. 1808 and Ferdinand in 1830 were both serving with the Russian Imperial Army as cadet officers in the fortress of Dunaburg. There they conspired with fellow cadets of Polish origin; in January 1831, Lucien and Ferdinand were invited to the palace of Liksna where their cousin, countess Emilia Plater lived. Lucien and Ferdinand admitted her to the conspiracy and offered her a small gift. The conspiracy to capture the Dunaburg Fortress failed and the brothers deserted and joined a group of partisans under the command of Valentine Brochocki. But they were soon incorporated into the Polish Regular Army and both were promoted to sub-lieutenants on 15 June 1831. Lucien was sent to the 7th Infantry Regiment;
the two brothers emigrated to Western Europe. On 23rd November 1831 a Russian Court of Inquiry at Minsk, sentenced both of the Platers in absentia. The estates of their father were confiscated by the Russian Government.
Lucien entered Germany, passing through Frankfurt and Speyer in Bavaria and reaching the French frontier in Mulhouse on 14 February 1832; then to Avignon. Count Caesar Plater helped to him; Ferdinand lived in Besancon, then in Switzerland but returned to France. Count Casimir Plater- Zyberk wrote to Lucien at Avignon in 1832 to make the trip to Paris via Lyon and Chalons. By the end of December Lucien was in Paris.
In December 1832 Lucien Broel - PLATER was in partnership with Captain Joseph Tanski and Ignatius Domeyko, the editors of the Polish Pilgrim, published in Paris.
Lucien Plater have joined the Polish Democratic Society on 9 September 1833. This Society was in opposition to the official leadership of Prince Adam Czartoryski. The Polish Democratic Society to have sent Lucien Plater to Poland under the assumed name of Laurance as a secret agent about 1835.
In April 1835, Caesar Plater assisted Lucien with his plans to enter the Egyptian Army.
During this time, Ferdinand had lived in Angouleme (about 100 km north-east of Bordeaux). February 1839 he wrote to Senator Ludwik Plater, his uncle. On 21 November 1835 Lucien went to London where he received a Certificate of Arrival as a refuge. There he received substantial monetary help through Count Michael Plater, blotter of Senator Ludwik. Lucien met Charlotte Price Duffus, a sister of Laura Lubecki nee Duffus. They were daughters of Thomas Duffus a West Indian planter and member of an old Scottish family. The Duffus family was closely related to the Hardy family and Thomas Hardy, the famous English novelist who was born in 1840, was a son of Charlotte's cousin.
Lucien and Charlotte were married on 13 October 1836 at St James' Church, Clerkenwell (see Brown and Breguet) by her brother the Reverend John Duffus.
In the middle of 1838, when John Duffus and his Polish brother-in-law, Alois Lubecki were preparing themselves for a voyage to Australia, Lucien must also have contemplated the possibility of emigrating from England as he wrote to Ferdinand in a letter of 30 June 1838.
On 3 July 1839, Lucien received a French passport issued at the French Embassy in London, entitling him to travel to Paris, to Boulogne, Paris and Calais - Boulogne to London. He arrived in Sydney on 7 January 1840; at least eight children were born to Lucien, and lived in Australia. He was associated with Ferdinand in the cordial and confectionery trade, lived close to Alois Lubecki, John Duffus and William Griffith, who married Charlotte's sister Susan Duffus in January 1840. Griffith was an artist and Lucien helped Griffith. James MacArthur met Count Cezary and Wladyslaw Plater in Europe. It is believed that these two brothers arranged for the transfer of 600 pounds to Australia through James MacArthur to provide passage money home to Poland for Lucien's family and Ferdinand. This move was apparently influenced by an official document written in German and dated in Mitau, 25 January 1858.

Education and information - author Konstantynowicz Bogdan. Konferencja naukowa 22 pazdziernika 2012 - Katastrofa Smolenska 2010. Wnioski ze sledztwa. Wypadek lotniczy, jego przyczyny i przebieg - Smolensk 2010 rok. Czesc szosta.

Education and information - author Konstantynowicz Bogdan. Sledztwa polskie w sprawie katastrofy samolotu rzadowego w Smolensku w 2010 roku. Wypadek lotniczy, jego przyczyny i przebieg - Smolensk 2010 rok. Czesc siodma.

Education and information - author Konstantynowicz Bogdan.
Genealogy and history of the Konstantinovich, Troubetskoy, Bagration-Gruzinski, Kalinowski, Oginski, Paszkowski, Dyuflon, Staroch Siedoch, Armand, Pociej, Radziwill and Piottuch Kublicki family in the 18th and 19th centuries in Russia, Estonia and Belarus.

Education and information - author Konstantynowicz Bogdan. Wrzesien 1939 roku. New!

Education and information - author Konstantynowicz Bogdan.
The Breguet Company in Moscow and Petersburg.

Edward Brown of Clerkenwell owner 1870 and his sons owners (Henry Brown from London) of the Breguet Company.

Stefan Drzewiecki, Breguet and Duflon in St Petersburg. История фамилии Константинович - генеалогия семьи.

Education and information - author Konstantynowicz Bogdan.
The genealogy and history of the noble Kiedrzynski family.


Education and information - author Konstantynowicz Bogdan.
Photos of the Polish noble village Miezonka - genealogy and history of the Konstantinovich family in the 19th century in Russia and Belarus. Part one.

Photos of the Polish noble village Miezonka - genealogy and history of the Konstantinovich family in the 19th century in Russia and Belarus. Part two.

Photos of the Polish noble village Miezonka - genealogy and history of the Konstantinovich family in the 19th century in Russia and Belarus. Part three.

Photos of the Polish noble village Miezonka - genealogy and history of the Konstantinovich family in the 19th century in Russia and Belarus. Part four.

Photos of the Polish noble village Miezonka - genealogy and history of the Konstantinovich family in the 19th century in Russia and Belarus. Part five.


The Billewicz - Ronne - Pilsudski - Swiatopelk-Mirski - Chrapowicki - Szumski - Konstantynowicz branch:

JOZEF junior Chrapowicki + MAGDALENA's son:
Antoni Chrapowicki, b. ca 1780.
Anthony / ANTONI Chrapowicki, 1775/1780-1851, married Ewelina SWIATOPELK-MIRSKI, b. ca 1790 / ? 1800.

See:
Prince Pyotr Dmitrievich Svyatopolk-Mirsky b. in 1857, Vladikavkaz - died in 1914, Saint Petersburg, Russia; was a Polish noble, politician; he was the only son of the general Dmitry Ivanovich Svyatopolk-Mirsky.
"In 1900, Dmitry Sipyagin appointed Svyatopolk-Mirsky assistant Minister of the Interior and commander of the Imperial Corps of Gendarmes. After Sipyagin's assassination in 1902, Svyatopolk-Mirsky resigned as assistant minister but was persuaded to accept the position of Governor- General of the North-Western province that included gubernias of Vilna, Kovno and Grodno. As the Governor-General, Svyatopolk-Mirsky was credited with successful liberal reforms ... and stopping pogroms against the Jews...".
In July 1904, he succeeded to the position of Minister of the Interior after Plehve's assassination.
Above Prince Dmitry Ivanovich Svyatopolk-Mirsky, 1825-1899, was a Imperial Russian Army general.

DMITRY Svyatopolk-Mirsky was born to the family of Tomasz Bogumił Jan Światopełk-Mirski, the ambassador to Russia from the semi- independent Kingdom of Poland.
"...Tomasz Bogumił Jan Światopełk-Mirski (1788-1868) fought in the 1830 November Uprising near Suwalki and fled into exile in Paris, where he both represented the interests of the exiled Poles in France and attempted to seek pardon from the tsar. He was an active participant in the French colonization of Algiers, where he received a large grant of land and allegedly suggested the formation of the French Foreign Legion in order to reduce the burden of Polish exiles on the French state. He converted to Orthodoxy from Roman Catholicism, was regarded as a traitor by his fellow Polish rebels for his outspoken support of Pan-Slavism. He was eventually allowed to return to Russia, where he remained under house arrest until his death. His sons named above Dmitry (1825-1899) and Nikolai (1833-1898) were educated as members of the Russian nobility and had distinguished military careers."
Nikolai Swiatopelk Mirski bought the historic castle of Mir in 1895 due to its name.

Tomasz Bogumil was the son of Franciszek Ksawery ŚWIATOPEŁK-MIRSKI b. ca 1760, and Katarzyna Badowska.

We need check Maria Billewicz b. after 1710 + Cyprian Światopełk-Mirski b. ca 1710/1720,
were closest family to
Jan Stanisław ŚWIATOPEŁK-MIRSKI b. ca 1720 - died in 1761, m. Joanna Rymsza.

We don't know Stanisław Wojciech SWIATOPELK-MIRSKI, MP, 1756-1805 [the son of
Maria Billewicz b. after 1710 + Cyprian Światopełk-Mirski],
was the brother of named Franciszek Ksawery ŚWIATOPEŁK-MIRSKI b. ca 1760.

MARIA BILLEWICZ SWIATOPELK MIRSKA was maybe the daughter or a sister of Aleksander Billewicz of the Rosienie county.

Aleksandras Jurgis Bilevičius / Aleksander Jerzy Billewicz b. ca 1690, died 1764.
Aleksander Jerzy Billewicz was the son of Teodor Stefan Billewicz
[Teodor Stefan had a brother ZYGMUNT BILEWICZ b. ca 1640, with a son Piotr Billewicz]
and Helena / Elena Bileviciene. Husband of Anna / Ona. Aleksander was the father of Tadeusz / Tadas; Jurgis; Mateusz / Matas, and Teodor Billewicz. Aleksander was the brother of Jan Stefan / Jonas Steponas Bilevicius.


Note on GIELGUD - TYZENHAUZ - WANKOWICZ - RONNE:

Barbara Giełgud Tyzenhauz nee Judycka, ca 1740 [not in 1720 !] - 1784, was the wife of Antoni Onufry Giełgud and KAZIMIERZ / Kazimieras Tyzenhauzas
and the mother of MIKOLAJ GIELGUD [Mikolaj Gielgud / Mykolas Gelgaudas, born in 1768 in Warsaw, died 1813, was the son of Antoni Onufry Giełgud and Barbara Tyzenhauz],
Antonina von Rönne [Antonina von Rönne nee Giełgud, born ca 1770, daughter of above named Antoni Onufry Giełgud and Barbara Giełgud Tyzenhauz; she was the wife of Felix von Rönne and mother of Antoni von Rönne; Maria Tekla Ogińska; Ludwika von Rönne; Feliks Filip von Rönne and Teodora Ogińska]
and ZOFIA TYZENHAUZ / Sofija Tyzenhauzienė.

Above mentioned Zofia Tyzenhauz [?? - born ca 1790; acc. to me ca 1780] m. ca 1810 to Oktawiusz Antoine / Oktaw de Choiseul-Gouffier, 1773 -1840, with son Aleksander Ignacy Choiseul-Gouffier m. Zofia Hutten-Czapska.

Great-grandparents of above ZOFIA HUTTEN-CZAPSKA were: Franciszek Stanisław Kostka Hutten-Czapski 1725-1802, Michał Obuchowicz, Ludwik Gorski of RetĂłw, 1749-1815, Weronika Joanna Radziwiłł and Kunegunda Karolina Billewicz.

Remember:
Adam Pilsudski (1869 Zulow, d. 1935), brother of MARSHAL JĂłzef Pilsudski; parents: JĂłzef Wincenty Pilsudski (1833-1902) and Maria Billewicz (1842-1884); grandparents Piotr Pilsudski (1795-1851) and Teodora Urszula Butler (1811-1886); great-grandparents Kazimierz Pilsudski (ca 1750 - ca 1820); Anna Billewicz (1761-1867); Wincenty Butler (d. 1843) and Malgorzata Billewicz.

Regina Pociej nee Oginska, b. circa 1624, died ca 1700, was daughter of Samuel Leon Oginski and Zofia Billewicz. She was sister of Jan Oginski; Szymon Karol / Symeon Oginski [see below !], and Helena Tyszkiewicz, inf. by Viktorija Janina Ruškuliene.

Above Samuel Leon Oginski b. ca 1593, d. 1657; inf. by Andrzej Hennel at geni.com.

Mentioned above Szymon Karol Oginski b. ca 1621, d. 1699, son of Samuel LEW Oginski and Zofia [Samuel Leon Oginski / SAMUEL LEW Oginski, b. ca 1593 in Kruonis].
Brother of JAN JACEK Oginski [see above !]; Regina Korff Pociej [see above on KALINOWSKI]; Krystyna Oginska; Helena Tyszkiewicz- Lohojska; Prakseda Oginska.

Above Samuel Leon Oginski / SAMUEL LEW Oginski, b. ca 1593 in Kruonis, the Kaunas County, Lithuania, d. 1657 in Kruonis; son of Bogdan Oginski [see on Bogdan Marcjan Oginski (d. 1625) and Regina Wollowicz - see Zelow and Buczek in the central Poland] and Regina / Raina; husband of Zofia Oginska; father of Jan Oginski / Jan Jacek Oginski; Szymon Karol Oginski - see above on KALINOWSKI; Regina Korff Pociej; Krystyna Oginska; Helena Tyszkiewicz-Lohojska. Brother of Roman Oginski; Dymitr Oginski; Jonas Feliksas Oginskis; Aleksander Oginski [see above Aleksander Oginski of Kozielsk, b. ca 1585 - d. 1667. Aleksander Oginski, Prince, b. ca 1585 / 1590 in Trakai, d. 1667, son of Bogdan Oginski and Regina / Raina. Husband of Elzbieta Pac and Kotryna - see AUGUSTYN KONSTANTYNOWICZ of MSTISLAV], and Anna Stetkiewicz.

Hipolit Gorski
(his sister JĂłzefa GĂłrska married to Szymon Kossakowski b. 1777 in Marciniszki, died in 1828, with sons: Ludwik Kossakowski b. 1805, d. 1843, and Franciszek Kossakowski b. 1815, and one child more).
Hipolit Gorski b. ca 1790 was son of Ludwik Gorski and stepson of Konstancja Odachowska b. 1750.
Her family:
JĂłzefa Ewa Rachela Korwin-Kossakowska daughter, Karolina Cecylia Morykoni, Zofia Pulcheria Giedrojć daughter, Adam Gorski son, Seweryn Gorski stepson, Aleksander Gorski stepson, Bogumiła Billewicz stepdaughter, Prakseda Billewicz stepdaughter, Hipolit Gorski stepson
(he was father of Stanisława Hutten-Czapska b. ca 1830, and grandfather of Krystyna Potulicka
[mother of Henryk JĂłzef Adolf Potulicki; JĂłzef Zygmunt Potulicki; Teresa Potulicka; Zofia Dowgiałło; Izabela Jabłońska; and Krystyna Potulicka]
and Adolfina Maria Hutten-Czapska - her daughter was Zofia Barbara Światopełk-Czetwertyńska),
Joanna Billewicz stepdaughter [Anna Billewicz].

And we back to the PILSUDSKIS:

Colonel Ferdynand Ignacy Pilsudski (b. ca 1685 married to Ludwika Urszula Billewicz / BILEWICZ)

[with son - above named Franciszek Pilsudski married 2nd time to Johanna RONNE / Joanna Rehno {von Rönne / Roenne / RONNE, barons - see OGINSKI !}; + married 1st to Marcjanella Komorowska
{Bartlomiej KOMOROWSKI was father of Countess Marcjancella Pilsudzka / Marcjanna Pilsudska / Marcjanella Pilsudski + above Franciszek Pilsudzki b. 1707}
and grandson - Jan Chryzostom Pilsudski + Helena Strutynska; and great-grandson Stanislaw Pilsudski 1795 - 1865 + Anna Wicencja Plater b. ca 1790 daughter of Jerzy Broel Plater + Karolina Giedroyc]

was brother of Roch Pilsudski b. ca 1680 + Malgorzata Pancerzynska who had son
Kazimierz Ludwik Pilsudski b. ca 1710 + Marianna Kukiewicz + Rozalia Dss Puzyna {see Marshal Jozef PILSUDSKI}.

Mentioned above
Kazimierz Pilsudki - great-grandfather of Marshal JĂłzef Pilsudski, b. ca 1750 / 1760, owner of Zemogile by the Dubisa river, married to Anna Bilewicz - her mother nee Polubinska;
oldest brother of Anna Pilsudka was died !;
next brother Colonel JĂłzef Bilewicz, lived at Court of Stanislaw August Poniatowski;
sister Eufrozyna m. Wincenty Biallozor of Poszuszwie.

Anna Pilsudska Bilewicz b. 1761 / 1762, died in 1837 [see Bilewicz in Pawlowice of the MIELZYNSKIS].
Above Anna nee Billewicz Pilsudska (1761 - 1837), was the great-grandmother of JĂłzef Pilsudski. Her father was Walerian Billewicz. Anna had 5 children:
Piotr Pawel (1794 - 1851) + Teodora Urszula Butler - grandfather of JĂłzef Pilsudski;
Walery (1796 - 1877) + Aniela nee Pilsudska (died in 1844);
Jerzy Jegor (1799 - 1816 / 1820) - officer of the Russian Army;
JĂłzef;
Teresa.

Anna Pilsudska b. 1761 / 1762, died in 1837.

Jozef Wincenty Piotr Pilsudski, b. 1833 died 1902 was son of Piotr Kazimierz Wincenty 1795-1851 + Teodora BUTLER 1811-1886 [or Piotr Pawel (1794 - 1851) + Teodora Urszula Butler];
grandson of KAZIMIERZ ca 1750/1760-ca 1820 + ANNA BILLEWICZ 1761-1837;
great-grandson of Kazimierz Ludwik Pilsudski + 2nd wife ROZALIA PUZYNA Dss;
great-great-grandson of ROCH MIKOLAJ Pilsudski b. ca 1680 [? died 1715] + Malgorzata PANCERZYNSKA.

Walerian Billewicz the officer in Dyrwiany Małe in 1788-1795, d. 1785? or 1795.
Dyrwiany - Dirvonėnai is situated on the west of Siauliai, north of Raseiniai.
Walerian Billewicz was father of
Joachim Billewicz; Anna Piłsudska; JĂłzef Billewicz; Joachim Billewicz; Wojciech Billewicz; Eufrozyna Białłozor and Emiliana.

Kazimierz Piłsudski b. ca 1750, d. ca 1820, officer in Raseiniai / Rosienie, married in 1786 in Krakes [Krakes - east of Raseiniai], to above named Anna Billewicz 1761 - 1837.

The Marcinkus family come from Pikciunai, close to Klausuciai, in the Jurbarkas district; it was situated around 37 km south-east of Raseiniai. The Raseiniai region i.e. Rosienie / Rossienie is in the Samaites territory.
The Bilewicz / Billewicz family lived in Vidukle west of RASEINIAI.
On this side to look for key words: Merkel, Komorowski, Oginski, Suchocka, Bilewicz or Billewicz, Mielzynski, Rönne or RONNE, Pilsudski, Dzierzynski, Pilar Pilchau. Geographers have got few villages and towns: Pawlowice [Mielzynski], Baszkow, Perzyce [see Angela Merkel], Rawicz, Krotoszyn; to village Wola Pszczolecka and Miezonka in BELARUS [Kiedrzynski and Konstantynowicz with link to ARMAND in Moscow - back to BREGUET and DUFLON]; Kurmene / Kurmen and Radkuny [Komorowski], Retow [Oginski], Gorżdy / Gorzdy / Gargzdai / GargĹľdai [von Rönne / Roenne / RONNE]. The Bilewicz / Billewicz family lived in Viduklė west of RASEINIAI; in Biliūnai close to Raseiniai, south-east; and in the Rosienie (Raseiniai) county [also Bilewicz / Billewicz next of kin to Kazimierczak and Merkel - see Mielzynski and von Ronne close to KROTOSZYN].

ADAM Billewicz / Adomas Bilevičius, b. ca 1750, was father of Kazimierz Tomasz, and Kasparas Bilevičius [Kasparas Bilevičius, b. ca 1782, d. 1840]; and so on.
Kazimierz Pilsudski - great-grandfather of Marshal JĂłzef Pilsudski - b. ca 1750 / 1760, owner of Zemogile [ZEMYGALA, close to Betygala; Ĺ˝EMYGALA / Ĺ˝iemgala ca 15 km east of Raseiniai] by the Dubisa [Dubysa / Dubīsa] river, and married to Anna Bilewicz - her mother nee Połubiński / Polubinska; she had 4 brothers: Joachim; JĂłzef; Wincenty; Wojciech.
The oldest brother of Anna Pilsudka Bilewicz drowned in the river! [see Mielzynski near to Krotoszyn];
next brother Colonel JĂłzef Bilewicz, lived at Court of Stanislaw August Poniatowski; sister Eufrozyna 1760 - 1853 m. Wincenty Białłozor / Biallozor of Poszuszwie.
Kazimierz Pilsudski, of the Rosienie county, d. ca 1820, left son Piotr Pilsudski, b. 1795 in Zemigoly.
Above Anna nee Billewicz Piłsudska (1761 - 1837), was the great-grandmother of JĂłzef Piłsudski. Her father was Walerian Billewicz. Walerian Billewicz the officer in Dyrwiany Małe in 1788-1795, d. 1785? or 1795. Dyrwiany - Dirvonėnai, west of Siauliai, north of ROSIENIE / Raseiniai. Walerian Billewicz was father of Joachim Billewicz; named above Anna Piłsudska; JĂłzef Billewicz; Joachim Billewicz; Wojciech Billewicz; Eufrozyna Białłozor and Emiliana. Kazimierz Piłsudski b. ca 1750 / 1760, d. ca 1820, officer in Rosienie, married in 1786 in Krakes, near Kiejdany [Krakes - east of Raseiniai], to above named Anna Billewicz 1761 - 1837.

Aleksander Billewicz of the Rosienie county [Aleksandras Jurgis Bilevičius / Aleksander Jerzy Billewicz b. ca 1690, died 1764], m. Romer; with 4 sons:
Tadeusz of the Mscislau province [see below];
Jerzy;
Teodor Billewicz + Kozuchowska of Kalisz;
Mateusz + Łopacińska.
Sons of above Mateusz: JĂłzef, MP in 1793; Jan; Ignacy; Tadeusz.
Tadeusz Billewicz d. 1788, in Mścisław in 1783 [see above], had daughter Helena Wazgird (Morykoni) and also he had son ADAM / Adomas Bilevičius [see abowe !], b. ca 1750; who was father of Kazimierz Tomasz; and KASPAR / Kasparas Bilevičius; and so on.
Above KASPAR - Kasparas Bilevičius, b. ca 1782, d. 1840, had son
Antoni Billewicz or Tadeusz b. ca 1815, + Helena Michałowska b. 1820, with:
Pranas Bilevicius;
Maria Piłsudska / Maria Billewicz (1842 - 1884) + JĂłzef Wincenty Piłsudski (1833 - 1902);
Wiktor Billewicz and
Zofia Zubow b. ca 1860.
Above ZOFIA: Zofia Zubow nee Billewicz, was born circa 1860, married Włodzimierz Zubow before 1887, with son Włodzimierz Zubow b. 1887 Szawle [Ĺ iauliai / Ĺ iaulē north of Raseiniai] - d. 1959 in Kowno.

The Bilewicz / Billewicz family lived in Teneniai, Lithuania, 50 km south-east of Gargzdai; Tenenie / Teneniai, 38 km north - west of TAURAGE [it was my error - 22 km west of Taurogi], here Maria Piłsudska nee Billewicz was born in 1842 [Adamowo / Adomavas near Teneniai], she was mother of JĂłzef Piłsudski.

Adomavas near Teneniai - 18 / 19 km west of SILALE - see Billewicz in 1842 and genealogy of JĂłzef Piłsudski.

SVENDRISKIAI that is probably Swiatoszyn by the Memel River - see Felix I Baron Rönne, and his Renavas / Renowo in 1781. The Neman, Nemunas, Nyoman, Niemen or Memel, is a major Eastern European river. SVENDRISKIAI is located close to Giełgudyszki / Gielgudyszki / Gelgaudiskis, JURBARKAS, Kidnle / Kiduliai, and Szyłgale / Szylgale / Siline ?

Kidule [Kiduliai] - the Manor of Kiduliai has belonged to Paymaster of the Great Duchy of Lithuania, Hieronim Krispin / Jerome Krispinas Kirschenstein. Later to Bishop Jozef Karp / Joseph Nicholas Carp. Later the manor belonged to Russian General John von Ofenberg who founded a wonderful park next to the manor. The Count Tyszkiewicz was the last owner of the manor.

Syntowty (lit. Sintautai) south-east of above Jurbarkas.

Pikciunai, close to Klausuciai [see Marcinkus], is situated 30 km east of Swiatoszyn / SVENDRISKIAI [see von Ronne] and the Panemune Castle / Poniemuń [see: Gielgud, von Ronne, Oginski, MIELZYNSKI].

SVENDRISKIAI that is probably Swiatoszyn by the Memel / Niemen, close to the Panemune Castle is a castle on the right bank of the Nemunas river, in Vytėnai, the Jurbarkas district, Lithuania. The castle was reconstructed around 1759 by Giełgud family.

Stefan Karl Baron Rönne, in 1752 owned the manor of Gielgudyszki Wysolde / Gelgaudiskis by the river Memel, sold to his son-in-law Franciszek Pilsudski (1713-1791), head of administration of Wieszwiagny.
Colonel Ferdynand Ignacy Pilsudski (b. ca 1685 + Ludwika Urszula Billewicz)
[with son above named Franciszek Pilsudski + 2nd wife Joanna Rehno / Johanna von RONNE + 1st wife Marcjanella Komorowska and
grandson Jan Chryzostom Pilsudski + Helena Strutynska; and
great-grandson Stanislaw Pilsudski 1795 - 1865 + Anna Wicencja Plater b. ca 1790 daughter of Jerzy Broel Plater + Karolina Giedroyc]
was brother of Roch Pilsudski b. ca 1680 + Malgorzata Pancerzynska {see Marshal Jozef Pilsudski}.

Bartlomiej Komorowski was father of above Countess Marcjancella Piłsudzka / Marcjanna Pilsudska / Marcjanella Pilsudski + Franciszek Piłsudzki b. 1707 [Pilsudski] in Pajūralis, close to Ĺ ilalė, and died in 1791 in Ĺ ilalė, the Tauragė County, Lithuania.
Franciszek was 2nd married to Johanna von RONNE b. ca 1718 / Joanna Rehno / Renno {see below} - she was mother of Anele Pilsudskyte of Zermaitija / Aniela Pilsudska Frackiewicz.
Stefan von Rönne was married 2 times with children:
1. above named Johanna b. circa 1718 m. Franciszek Pilsudski [see family of Marshal Jozef Pilsudski and Feliks Dzierzynski + Becu + Pilar Pilchau of Parnu in Estonia - see brief note below!];
2. MIKOLAJ / Nikolai Anton b. ca 1720 [see below !], in 1781 Russian Colonel and he was owner of the manor Renavas / Renowo or Rennow. Twice married: 1st to Lady Eleonora Pietrowicz / Petravicitute, 2nd to ANIELA PILSUDSKI / Anele Pilsudskyte of Zermaitija.

The Billewicz / Bielewicz / Bilewicz family come from Zmudz;
see:
A.
Ca 1645 was born Ernst von Rönne who lived and died in 1699 in Smolensk, was married ca 1670 to HELENA BILLEWICZ / Elena Bilevicikute, born 1650 with sons:
1. Krzysztof / Christoph b. ca 1673, d. 1723, Major General;
2. Theodor born ca 1675;
3. Stefan Karl RONNE, b. ca 1678, died in 1753, in 1714 Polish Colonel and owner of the Manor of Kupiszki in the Rosienie / Rossienie caunty, head of the administration of Telsze and Uwenty.
His son Nikolai build in 1786 a Catholic Church in Renavas. He is the 1st owner of Renavas / Rennow [see MIELZYNSKI of Krotszyn].
B.
Kazimierz Pilsudki - great-grandfather of Marshal JĂłzef Pilsudski, b. ca 1760, owner of Zemogile by the Dubisa river, and married to Anna Bilewicz - her mother nee Polubinska; oldest brother of Anna Pilsudka died !; next brother Colonel JĂłzef Bilewicz, lived at Court of Stanislaw August Poniatowski; sister Eufrozyna m. Wincenty Biallozor of Poszuszwie.

Kazimierz Pilsudski, of the Rosienie county, d. ca 1820, left son Piotr Pilsudski, b. 1795 in Zemigoly.
And of course back again to Angela Merkel's ancestry thus two hundred years ago her family were peasants [workers of the administration of that property] in an estate by General Stanislaw Kostka Mielżyński Count, in Pawlowice close to Leszno; in Baszkow, and Perzyce near Krotoszyn. His great-granddaughter, Felicia nee Mielżyńska married to Władysław Blociszewski, and was grandmother of Lukasz Gajewski - husband of Elzbieta Suchocka - her sister Hanna SUCHOCKA was the first woman as Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland.

The Bilewicz / Billewicz family lived in Teneniai, Lithuania, 50 km south-east of Gargzdai [see von RONNE and Mielzynski]; Tenenie / Teneniai, 22 km west of Taurogi, here Maria Piłsudska nee Billewicz was born in 1842 [Adamowo / Adomavas near Teneniai], she was mother of JĂłzef Piłsudski;
Maria was the daughter of Antoni Billewicz and Helena Michałowski; her brother was father of Joanna Narutowicz; her sister Zofia Zubow nee Billewicz [see Walewski]; above MARIA in 1863 in Teneniai married to JĂłzef Wincenty Piłsudski with 12 children - private teacher was from Switzerland; Maria Piłsudska d. 1884 in Suginty; Suginty / Suginčiai - close to UTENA {Lithuania}.

The great-great-grandmother of the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, that is Apolonia Kaźmierczak nee Bilewicz [already mentioned above], was born in 1826 close to Krotoszyn!
Mielżyński had the property near this city.
Above Apolonia Bielejewicz / Bilewicz / Billewicz died 1903; was daughter of Aleksander Bielejewicz, Jr.
[come from Aleksander Bielejewicz, Sr. / Bilewicz / Bielewicz / Bilejewicz, b. ca 1760 probably in Żmudź / Samogitia / Ĺ˝emaitėjė / Ĺ˝emaitija, and he lived in the Pawłowice estate near Leszno, owned by von Maximilian Graf Mielżyński]
and Franciszka Sypkoska b. ca 1790;
Apolonia Bielejewicz was wife of Bartłomiej Kaźmierczak and was mother of Philipp Kaźmierczak and Anna Rychlicka [see Angela Merkel].

Important note:
Feliks Marian Mielżyński, 1871 - 1910, was son of Stanisław Kostka Mielżyński the 2nd and Aniela Helena born von Rönne [see Gorżdy / Gorzdy / Gargzdai / GargĹľdai. Please remember about two individuals with similar first names: Stanisław Kostka Mielżyński the 2nd, 1840-1891 who married to Aniela Helena born von Rönne 1832-1911, and Stanislaw Kostka Mielzynski 1st, 1778 - died in 1826 in Pawlowice, the Pszczyna County, who was husband of Prowidencja Honorata ZAREMBA].
Stanisław was born in 1840, in BaszkĂłw close to KROTOSZYN [see Angela Merkel]; Aniela was born in 1832, in Gargsdai / Gargzdai manor / Gorżdy, Lithuania now {ex-border to East Prussia}.
Felix II / Feliksas von Rönne, born ca 1797 - died in 1857, was owner of Gargsdai / Gargždai; that is Feliks Filip von Rönne b. ca 1800 [or 1797] or Felix II Baron Rönne, b. ca 1797, son of Felix {1st} Baron Rönne and Antonia Gelgaudaite, owner of Gargsdai; Feliks 2nd married Franciszka ZALUSKA / Franziska Countess Zaluskyte, 2nd m. to Princess Ruboviska / Rubowicka.
When Felix von Rönne died, his daughter, above named Countess ANIELA MIELZYNSKA / Anele Mielžinskienei {see Krotoszyn, Baszkow and Bilewicz - Angela Merkel} taken the estate land with Gargsdai / Gargzdai manor, then son of Baron - Eugenijus Ronne.
RetĂłw / Rietavas of the Oginskis {the most important family in Belarus when it comes to Polish independence conspiracies}, is situated 25 km south of Plunge of the Oginskis, and east of Gargzdai {von Ronne}, ca 40 km.

Above mentioned Aniela / Aniele Amalia Baroness Rönne / Aniele (Anele Elena Amelija) b. 1832, d. 1911, married in 1868 to Stanislaw Count Mielzynski / Count Melzinski / MIELZYNSKI, the last heir of Renavas [he was born in 1840, in Baszków close to KROTOSZYN]; she was daughter of Felix Baron Rönne.
Their son Felix Count Melzinski / Feliks Marian Mielżyński, 1871 - 1910 was the heir of manor Renavas, too.
Renavas - 50 km east-north-north of PLUNGE.
Feliks Marian Mielżyński, 1871 - 1910, was son of Stanisław Kostka Mielżyński 2nd, b. 1840, who come from Mikołaj Gorgoni Mielżyński 1780 - 1842, who was the branch of Andrzej Mielżyński 1698 - 1771.

Feliks Filip von RONNE [Feliks Filip von Rönne b. ca 1800 or 1797 that is Felix II Baron Rönne, b. ca 1797, son of Felix {1st} Baron Rönne] was brother of Antoni von Rönne; MARIA TEKLA OGINSKA / Marija Teklė Oginskienė; Ludwika von Rönne and Teodora Ogińska.
Above Feliks Filip was father of Eugeniusz von Rönne and above named Aniela Helena Mielżyńska of BASZKOW close to Krotoszyn.

Aniela Helena Mielzynska / Miełżyńska (born von Rönne / Roenne / RONNE, barons) was born 1832, in Gorżdy
[Garsden / GargĹľdai - at first owned by the Oginski family - then 1781 to Otton Henryk Igielstrom; here died Gabryela nee Oginska, 1v. Edward Krasicki, 2v. Eugeniusz Ronne, she was b. 1830, d. 1912 / 1919 Gorzdy / Gargzdai].

The owner of the Gargždai estate from 1875 to 1895 was above mentioned Baron Eugenijus Rönne, and then his widow
Gabryela nee Oginska / Gabriele until 1912,
that is Felix II Baron Rönne (b. ca. 1797), and his son Eugenijus / Eugene Baron Rönne (1830 - 1895), then to Eugene's wife Gabriela Princess Oginska, and Eugene's sister, Aniele Amalia Baroness Rönne - Mielzynska of Krotoszyn.

And we back to the PILSUDSKIS:

Colonel Ferdynand Ignacy Piłsudski (b. ca 1685 married to Ludwika Urszula Billewicz / BILEWICZ)
[with son - above named
Franciszek Piłsudski married 2nd time to Johanna RONNE / Joanna Rehno {von Rönne / Roenne / RONNE, barons}; + married 1st to Marcjanella Komorowska {Bartlomiej KOMOROWSKI was father of Countess Marcjancella Piłsudzka / Marcjanna Pilsudska / Marcjanella Pilsudski + Franciszek Piłsudzki b. 1707}
and grandson - Jan Chryzostom Piłsudski + Helena Strutyńska; and great-grandson Stanisław Piłsudski 1795 - 1865 + Anna Wicencja Plater b. ca 1790 daughter of Jerzy Broel Plater + Karolina Giedroyć]
was brother of Roch Piłsudski b. ca 1680 + Małgorzata Pancerzyńska who had son
Kazimierz Ludwik Piłsudski b. ca 1710 + Marianna Kukiewicz + Rozalia Puzyna {see Marshal Jozef PILSUDSKI}.

And again to Stefan von Rönne / Roenne / RONNE who had children:
1. Johanna b. circa 1718 m. Franciszek Pilsudski {see above};
2. MIKOLAJ / Nikolai Anton Ronne b. ca 1720 [see below !], in 1781 Russian Colonel and he was owner of the manor Renavas / Renowo or Rennow. Twice married: 1st to Lady Eleonora Pietrowicz / Petravicitute, 2nd to ANIELA PILSUDSKI / Anele Pilsudskyte of Zermaitija {that is Mikalojus Renė / Nicolaus Ronne / Nikolaus von Rönne / Mikołaj von Rönne b. ca 1720 / 1740 + Aniela Piłsudska b. 1740 or 1750}.
Children of the 2nd marriage:
Felix I - b. ca 1770 [?? I am thinking he was born before 1760] and
Maria - born ca 1760 or 1750.

Above Felix I Baron Rönne, Lieutenant Colonel, owner of Manor in Swiatoszyn by the Memel River in Lithuania and of Renavas / Renowo, in 1781 - Major of the Polish King court and 1792 was the Polish Chamberlain, awarded in [before ?] 1799 with the title of Baron from Polish King. His wife Antonina Gielgud [see below], was daughter of Castellan of Samoigiten, Antoni and Barbara Judycka,
with 5 children named the baron-title:
1. Anton / Antanas, b. ca 1795 - 1869, owner of Ranavas;
2. Felix II / Feliksas, born ca 1797 or 1800 - 1857, owner of Gargsdai / GargĹľdai {see Mielzynski of Baszkow};
3. Maria / Marija / Maria Tekla Ogiński born Rönne, 1804 - 1897 m. TADEUSZ OGINSKI / Tadeus Ogingskis {see Michal Kleofas Oginski and Polish underground conspiracy for independence} with daughter Gabrielė Marija Renė Oginskaitė 1830 - 1912 of GargĹľdai {see Mielzynski} who married to Edward Jozef Krasicki and Eugeniusz von Ronne.




I concluded in my genealogical search that among families with Konstantynowicz surname which live in Poland are two or three separate groups: 

1.

The eldest information about a Konstantynowicz nickname, but not about the Fox coat of arms (crest), go back to 07 October 1515 (according to Jan Ciechanowicz) and to  the Hrodna area: 

Jakub (= Jakov) Konstantynowicz sued to a court his neighbour Tolloczko. His relative surely Olechno Konstantynowicz held a post in the Hrodna  municipal tribunal in 1539. He sued his neighbour Dowtortowicz in 1542. The Konstantynowiczs - both of above mentioned - were the  landowners of their Duke. Then the nest of them was in villages Toloczki, Ejsmonty and Jurewicze in the Hrodna region (probably since c. 1500) and  they  were knighted in 1578 with the Pielesz diverse coat of arms

We are lacking information that they had the Fox coat of arms proper already and I don't know if the Konstantynowicz nickname was the  surname  in anyone case in the beginning of the 16th cent.! Or it maybe the Konstantynowicz name was only an "otchestvo" (by-name) id est a  form deriving from Konstanty or Konstantyn names with oriental ending "wicz" (= vich). However it's not unlikely that Jakub was a  father of Olechno and Michno Konstantynowicz but there is no probability on proved of the thesis.  Michno and Olechno  that's  very popular form of Belorussian names with ending "-no" and "-ko" in the 15th and 16th cent.; I give others examples: Senko  Miloszewicz  from Ostryna 1528, Iwanko and Misko Miloszewicz in Podlasie, Mitko from Vicebsk = Vitsyebsk (or Witebsk) province in 1528,  Michno Lyszczynski in 1528, Michno Polanski 1515, Mleczko from Vilkmerge 1467, Piotr Olechnowicz (surname from Christian name of father) 1501,  Senko Mikolajewicz 1514, Szymko Mikolajewicz from Upita, Jacko son of Mikula Wasilkowicz A.D. 1525, Mitko (= Mikolaj) Mickiewicz with Fox  arms et ceteri and also little villages exempli gratia Olechnowszczyzna in the Minsk province; besides I found out about Dmitrei son of  Konstantin in the 15th century, Polut Konstiantinowic' mid 15th century, Kostiantinowic' Semen mid 15th century, Chebotko Konstiantinow  in 1540 and  Fedor Konstentinow son of Spits 1552, a clerk in Wisztyniec - Michal Konstantynowicz Sumorok A.D. 1571, Iwan  Konstantynowicz  from Kulbaczyna in 1572 (but with Mackowicz surname nicknamed Kulbaka or Mackiewicz), Jaroslaw Konstantynowicz (but with Lukomski surname 1595). I was faced with the difficult task of collecting information and differing interpretations about origin of our ancestry. One has to be careful with final claims and theses for some years and in passing judgement on first person with the Konstantynowicz surname. A person with a Konstantynowicz nickname in the first half of the 16th cent. didn't has to be the person with the Konstantynowicz surname. I called it purposely to the attention of you. The  Konstantynowicz ancestry with the Fox  coat of arms proper lived  only in the Trakai district (i.e. district of Troki since c. 1550), the Samaites territory (since c. 1550)  and in the Minsk  province (since c. 1570) by c. 1600 (next  in the Slonim area after c. 1600 also in Vilna / Wilno since c. 1640) as good as proves it all  armorials. One of string evidences say us  for example  that the record of common noble  movement A.D. 1528 doesn't  point to persons with the Konstantynowicz surname in  any districts of Lithuania (Grand Principality of  Lithuania)  according to all historical  sources. 

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A legend was about the beginning of the Konstantynowicz family. Many said that our family (ancestry) has come from the BALKANS according to "Gutenberg Encyclopaedia" (volume 8); many said that the ancestry had got to descent from Serbian ancestor (janczar), who was Turkish soldier 1455 - 1463, who was afterwards in Poland (that is since 1470 or 1471); he has written memoirs here (1490-1516 or rather 1496 - 1501)  about title "(...) the Turkish chronicle (...)".  A copy was in the Sapieha Archive. More inf. on the same Turkish soldier - Michal Konstantynowicz in F. Bujak, "Studia geograf.-hist.", p. 129 - 134. The main editions of "(...) the Turkish chronicle (...)" in 1828 and 1912 misleaded many of our ancestors. The Kibalczyc family i.e. Kibalcicas have got a legend that tell us about an ancestor from Serbia - the family moved out to the Chernigov province in the Grand duchy of Lithuania in the 17th century - the legend it's mistake, too.

2.

Descendants of the Konstantynowicz family who derived from present Bukovina (Bukovina joined Austrian Empire in 1775 but it seems to be probable they moved house here from the Austria - Hungarys Volhynia after the 1st Partition of Poland, precisely in the eighties of the 18th century) at the border Ukraine on Roumania; it was the Greek church family in the 19th century  perhaps  and they (regarded as - in part, by authorities - Ukrainians) were displaced partially to the Mazury / East Prussia after 1945. Most of them live today in south - easterly Poland. You see also about village Zydowskie = Shydovskie where Michajlo Konstantynowicz lived and who was born 1790; his father was priest and mother - Maria Wapnicki - derived from Desznica i.e Deshnica; and about Emilian Konstantynowicz b. 1864, d. 1943, priest in 1887. They had  own GRECUL (i.e. GREKUL armorial bearings but own GREK arms was  Lithuanian origin, according to Mieroszowski) coat of arms in time of the Austria - Hungarys  Galicia at the beginning of the 19th cent. (Bazyli and Michal  Konstantynowicz 1803). I take note of them in ODESSA, Tschernowzy (= Chernovits in 1939 - 1940 and in Kiev after the second World War and 

besides e.g.  

"Officials in 1876" note in Bukovina: "(...) Konopasek Emanuel, Konstantinowicz von Grekul Gedeon, Landes-Hauptmann Stellvertreter (...)" and "Franz Josef-  Staatsgymnasium in Sereth": "(...) Kasriel Josef, Klocek Stanislaus Josef, Kohn Julius, Konstantinowicz, Ewald Ludwig Franz (...)". See: http://bukowina.info/FJSereth.pdf

Florin Konstantinowicz / Constantinovici from Roumania (Romania) was in Israel (the Tsafririm Holon team in 2001 - 2002).

3.

In all probability our ancestry with the Konstantynowicz surname derived from belorussian Czyz family i.e. Senko  Czyzewicz and his son Konstanty Czyz, I think. The Lithuanian - Byelorussian nobility was polonised as early as the 16th century (generally  speaking, the ethnically non Polish noble families of Belarus adopted the Polish language and culture but only Byelorussian was official language of the Grand duchy of Lithuania in the 14th - 17th centuries till 1697) and converted from the Orthodoxy to Roman Catholicism. The Czyz family used the coat of arms of FOX proper since 

1534 

id est Marcin Konstantynowicz Czyz from Nieciecza 

either Marcin Czyz Konstantynowicz from Nieczyca 

or Marcin Czyz Nieczycki (or Nietecki because different opinions have been passed upon him; more inf. on the Fox coat of arms in Lithuania and Belarus, see: the Fox crest) who was born probably c. 1495

The royal courtier Marcin Konstantynowicz Czyz from Nieciecza according to: 

Niesiecki 1839

Czarniecki 1875 

Boniecki 1901 

Leszczyc 1908/13, page 210

historical magazine of 1914

historical magazine of April 1938 (number 4/17, page 49)

Dymmel of 1995.

Konstantynowicz Czyz unknown of name (either Konstantinowicz who was born c. 1530 or the  probability is that Michno Konstantynowicz / Miknos Konstantinoviciaus) was missed out in the last  will and testament of his father 

1547 

and devoid of a legacy which daughter Margaret inherited; she had got some brothers. Another lawsuits were also at that time: lady Katarzyna Czyz -  Boguszewski vs. her sons i.e. the sons of Stanislaw Wojciechowicz Czyzewicz or Czyz in 1546 and at the same time Jan Czyzewicz son of Jurij and his wife Hanna nee Narbut vs. Aleksander Czyzewicz son  of Wojciech in 1547.  

Part of the Czyz family from neighbourhood of Lida (either Nietiacz, Nieciecz, Nieciecza, Nieczyca or Nietiaz near to Dubrovny and  farther  Lipniszki, 9 km from Lida

c. 1550 

have accepted the Konstantynowicz surname (from Christian name of father according to Leszczyc of 1908/13; Konstiantin or Kostiantin = Konstantin that is "steadfast, constant") adopting the  armorial bearings of FOX proper and  moved out  to the Samaites territory  and also to the Trakai district, and after   from here to the Minsk province  circa 

1570 

   I don't know surely where did Michno = Michal / Miknos  Konstantinoviciaus come from. I don't know doubtless if exactly Michno  was stripped of the assets by his sister in 1547.  

But then Miknos  Konstantinoviciaus /  Konstantinovicius - nobleman from Zaleskovscizna  /  Zaleskowszczyzna - was  founder of Roman  Catholic church in 

Krikstonys 

1562 

   Settlement Krikstonys in Lithuania now, in  subdistrict Norageliai,   county Alytus / Olita, now the parish of Christ the King in Krikstonys   67252, phone 31847893; Post Office in Krikstonys, LT - 67014, Lazdijai Lozdzee / Lozdzieje District Municipality. Krikstonys is 18,5 km SW of  Alytus - near by Zilviciai, Gudonys, Dubravai and Lizdai; 2,5 km West of  Nemunas and 5 km SE of Norageliai.  

   

In reality just famous 

Michno Konstantynowicz / Miknos Konstantinoviciaus  / Michal  Konstantinovicius 

received a big estate, an arable ground and forested land from the king Sigismund Augustus on 

04 January 1554 

i.e. the Merkine farmland or 

Merecz Michnowski 

was situated in the Merkine area, Merkine parish (= Merecz, Meretium or Merken area in the Troki district in the ex-province of Troki; a chief officer for life of the Merkine area was Jan Janowicz      Zabrzezinski / Zaberezenski since 1536; the Junowicz family lived close by Merkine - see also: the Pileszyszki estate), beside the Niemen river (Neman or Nemunas), next to estuary of  Merkys  =  Mereczanka river 

and the same Michno possessed a landed property 

Zaleskowszczyzna / Zaleskovscizna  

49 km N-W-N of Lida in the Troki or Trakai district, too (close by a south - easterly border of the former Trakai district) as early as 

1552 

and it seems he owned Merkine (2nd) farmland in addition id est 

Merecz Michnowo 

upstream of Merkys river in the Turgeliai parish, 38 km S-E-S of Vilnius. Zaleskowszczyzna, Merecz Michnowski, Ulkiszkisettlement Krikstonys and Merecz Michnowo are situated at the territory of   independent, since 1918 (1940 - 1991 occupied), Republic of Lithuania. We set out to the authority in Vilna on 19 May 1842 original of the privilege edited by the king to MICHNO Konstantynowicz who was endowed with estate in the Merecz area  on 04 January 1554 and many of documents of 18th cent.  

c. 1550 Raseiniai region i.e. Rosienie / Rossienie in the  Samaites territorythe Poszeszow estate in the middle of the 16th century

1598

Petrus Konstantynowicz

in France and Perugia (a province of Umbrien in Italy) according to "Lista degli scolari (...)"

1600

The Konstantynowicz family used POCHOWICZ by-name (or Pohozy, Pohosha, Pohowicz, Rokoz, Rohoza and Pokoz nicknames, information of 1937) at first in the Minsk province since A.D. 1600. 

It was a certain Rohoza family in the Orsa district and Verchnjadzvinsk (i.e. Dryssa) region A.D. 1602/1643 but it's not our line

c. 25 August 1601

A certain judicial document from the

district of Trakai 

(i.e. Troki) tell us about noblemen, Jan Sobolewski of Busilolisdy by Kraksznia river near by Urkiszki and Stanislaw Kiszka, who litigated against a neighbour from Lachowicze due to the same taken away a little ground in 1600; the landowner called Pavel i.e.

Pawel Konstantynowicz,

Matys Gozdziewski and Stefan Stankiewicz in evidence at the end of August 1601; we read in the document about neighbours: Koklin family and Jan Sowgowicz, and also about a functionary from Trakai, Jan Stanislawowicz from Bogdanowicze village; the document signed in 

Urkiszki

and above village Urkiszki i.e. Ulkiszki was situated only 1 km NW of Rudziszki (i.e. Rudiskes, Lithuania now). 

07 March 1643

Mikolay Pohosha Konstantynowicz

was rewarded a privilege in the Minsk province handed over to him by the king Vladislav IV Vasa. Bonifacy 1st Konstantynowicz derived from above mentioned Mikolay.

These  facts noted down in armorials of the Grand duchy of  Lithuania: 

1578 Konstantinowicz who was born c. 1530 

1584 Michal Konstantynowic / Miknos Konstantinoviciaus / Konstantinovicius 

1648 Konstantinowicz or Konstantynowicz

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they partially moved house to the EAST BELARUS in the MSCISLAU / Mstsislaw province  near to: 

KRYCAU / Kritschew by Sosh / Kritchev / Krychaw  where we had eight hundred peasants c. 1700;  neighbourhood: the Brujewicz family (in Krycau A.D. 1745), Czyz (Bazyli Czyz was an officer in Krycau in 1522), Danilowicz (Russians burned down Krycau in 1655 and all assets of Pawel Danilowicz,  too), Holynski family (proprietors of  towns Krychaw = Kritchev and Klimavici but after 1772), Jerzy Malachowski, Nowodworski, Petrazycki, dukes Polubinski or Polubenski (here as early as  1540), Siemaszko (Jan Siemaszko + wife Tomila Saprynowski at the castle of Kritchev / Krychaw in 1695), Siemienowicz (a priest Wasyl Siemienowicz in 1664), a certain Szalus (clerk in Krycau in 1568 - he  fought against Russians in the Smolensk province), Mikolaj Shukovski (Nikolay Zhukovski i.e. Zukowski), Usakowski (in Zarubec since 1878), Weselowski (i.e. Wesolowski or Wiesiolowski in Kritschew as early  as 1634 and next in 1663), Jan  Zadanowicz (or Zdanowicz, Zdanavicius in Kritchev = Krychaw A.D. 1662, he came from the Orsa / Orscha district), Wacur (in Kritschew and nearby Zimonino or Zimonin) and  others families

MSCISLAU  (= Mstsislaw, Mstislavl, Mstislawl

(the effigy from http://www.kresy.co.uk/belo_costume.html)  

and in the region northwards of MSCISLAU i.e. the  villages Samava  (either Szamowo by the Lejedna river or Chamovo at the map   of 1834, Czamow at the map "Carte Des Frontieres de Pologne  et de Russie (...)" by Rizzi Zannoni  of 1772, only 3 km from present border of Russia), KopceukaNiesterevo  or  Niesterow - the Berezetnia estate, where  Swedes  looted  their assets on 29 - 30 August (the battle near to  Dobroje by White  Natopa river 16 km SW of Mscislau) A.D. 

1708 

Those near and dear in the Mscislau / Mstsislaw territory, the Polish and others known and renowned families

Brujewicz 

of Boncza arms (or Boncz - Brujewicz, in Bohdanovka - i.e. Bogdanowka in Russia  now - in the Mscislau ex-district since 1870 and here also Poplatyno since 1870; Petrulin in the region of Cerykau; Muryn - Bor or Bor near to Holynski's Michiejeviczi, 12 km NW of Klimavicy since 1870; and Sieliszcze 18 km E-S-E of Cavusy or Czausy - since 1876

counties  Puszkin Pushkin 

according to Szaposznikow, vol. 1, in Mscislau = Mstsislaw 1774; owned Kolodzicz / Oltuchow in the province A.D. 1560, next Sielec or Sjalec farm south of Mstsislaw (according to "Philip's Concise World Atlas", 2003) i.e. Mscislau,  Novae Sjalo  i.e. Nowosiolki SW of Mscislau in 1774  and Monachi  from Suchodolski  family;   relations: Sokolowski Konstantynowicz  and Reutt  family.  The greatest Russian poet, founder of classical  Russian   poetry, Alexander Pushkin, born June 6, 1799, in Moscow, into the old noble family.  

Dederko 

of Dederkalo arms (the crest verified on 10 March 1798, they lived in the Mscislau province and possessed: Stare Siolo - 8 km NW of Mscislau, Nowe  Siolo i.e. Novae Sjalo - 13 km SW of Mscislau, Hryckowo, Pisarzewszczyzna and Turowka -  14  km  SW of   Novae Sjalo  / Nowoje Sselo  Nowe Siolo /  Nowosiolki)  

Holynski

relations: Chelchowski at the beginning of the  17th  cent., Suryn before 1663, Kolski from Chlyszczewo by 1670 Ostankiewicz, Hurko, Konstantynowicz, Wojna,  Karpilowicz, Anna nee Sutocki + Norbert Holynski from Janovek,  Moskiewicz, Piszczal from Brakowiec, Kurzeniecki, counties Aleksandrowicz and Starosielski  from Holedz at the  beginning of the 18th cent.; Bojwid, Chodzkiewicz, Kaszyc,  Mister(ow), Kirkor, Zyrkiewicz, Zukowski  and Stachowski in  the 18th cent.; Kotly, Issakowicz, Nagorski (i.e. Nagurski; pilot Jan I.  Nagurskij did "the world first flight in Nesterov's flying boat on  September 17th, 1916 twice with a passenger"; the international record was registered by the Airclub counsel on November 16th, 1916), Swatkowski  (Swiatkowski) + Tekla nee Holynski at the end of the 18th cent.; Czudowski, Ciechanowiecki and Wieczor at the beginning  of the 19th cent.

dukes Horski

places: Miksztyn or Miksztyno, Dudino, Liszki and Cerkowiszcze, and next here Ciechanowiecki, Hurko, Taran,  Suchodolski families 

Hurko

in Jurkowszczyzna - 1330 ha. - near to Soino, Russia now; the Hurko house related to Dabrowski family of the  Abdank coat of arms, branch from the Siauliai and Kaunas territories; relations: the Konstantynowiczs 

Jaroszewicz

Ludwik lived here in 1764 

Korsak

Jozef Korsak, officer in the Mscislau province in 1611 - lived in Hlybokae, too; the others after 1667; possessed Holubicze in the Polack = Polatsk province and an estate in the Merkine parish - the Trakai district; in the Vicebsk / Vitsyebsk  government related to the Lissowski house 

Korzeniewski 

or Korzeniowski with the Fox coat of arms or Kosciesza arms according to Piekosinski, derived from the Brest province;  the house distinguished in the Vitsyebsk  /  Vicebsk province, the Polack / Polatsk province and Livonia since the  beginning of the 18th cent.; the Korzeniewski house possessed village Usa (Usza or Staraja Usha) near by Kaluzyn, and  also they possessed in the Minsk government in the end of the 19th cent.: Piorunov(y) Most together with Nieciejewski  family, Krasny Brzeg and Hajdukowa Sloboda (Galdukova Sslobodka); Korzeniewski Jerzy + Konstancja nee Jablonski  from  the Mscislau province were owners of the Jurkowszczyzna farm in 1766 (Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth / Grand Principality  of  Lithuania i.e. a federal monarchy-republic formed by the Kingdom of Poland and Grand Duchy of Lithuania then, and Russia now   http://www.szlachta.org/tomecki.htm); they verified themselves in Hrodna in 1835; related to Ulanowski family 

Kurko

Jurkowszczyzna village, close by estates of the families Hurko, dukes Polubinski and Rajewski in the 19th cent.

Petryzycki

or Pietrazycki, Petrazycki, Petrazickis in the Orsa and Mahileu areas A.D. 1592, Mscislau 1648, farms in Suchanowo 1654, Koscielnik and Szamowszczyzna = Samauscyna 7 km NW of Mscislau; near to Krycau 1695, village Petrazyce or Pietryki by 1813 

Polonicki

related to the Konstantynowicz family; they derived from Eustafi Polonicki who stayed in Kaniow in 1663 

dukes Polubinski

Leo Polubinski in the first half of the 16th cent.; Wasil in Mstislawl A.D. 1535, Iwan was officer in Mscislau 1569, Konstantyn Polubinski in Mscislau 1627 - 1629, Karol was clerk in Mscislau in 1700; they possessed village Leszczynsk A.D. 1510, Slowuczany and next village Jurkowszczyzna since 1858 - 7 km NE of Soino i.e. Sojna at the map of 1859; the family was kinsman to the Fedorowicz house and Wolowicz i.e. Wollowicz - middle 16th century.


MSCISLAW and MIEZONKA - Kruszyna close to JEDLNO - DUBROVNA close to ORSHA:

Eugeniusz Adolf Lubomirski the owner of Kruszyna since 1862, d. 1911 [compare Kruszyna and Jedlno; also on Dubrowna by the DNIEPR river close to ORSHA]:
come from Ksawery Lubomirski / Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski 1747-1819, and Teofila Rzewuski.

Maria Anna Dorota Lubomirska RONIKIER, 1832-1905 + Roman RONIKIER 1832-1918 [compare de LACY, Buturlin, Wollowicz]:

her father - Konstanty Stanislaw Ksawery Lubomirski b. 1786 in Petersburg;

grandfather -
Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski 1747 - 1819 [see above Kruszyna and Dubrowna];
great-grandfather
Stanislaw Lubomirski b. 1704 in Braclaw, d. 1793 in Warszawa;
great-great-grandfather:
Jerzy Aleksander Lubomirski 1666 in Nowy Sacz, d. 1735, son of Aleksander Michal Lubomirski d. 1675, grandson of Jerzy Sebastian Lubomirski.

Teresa RONIKIER, 1845-1900 [the sister of above named ROMAN RONIKIER] m. Michal Wollowicz 1812-1882:
he was the grandson of Count Antoni Wollowicz, 1750-1822 + Teofila Matuszewicz [see below].

Antoni Wollowicz, Count in 1798 of Prussia, 1750-1822 was son of
JĂłzef Wollowicz b. ca 1720 and Magdalena Ludwika Marianna Michniewicz [see below on SWIACK];

Above JĂłzef Wollowicz b. ca 1720, d. 1779, was the son of Jerzy Wollowicz
[b. ca 1690, died 1724, who was son of Krzysztof Wollowicz / Krzysztof Kazimierz Wołłowicz b. ca 1670 / 1675]
and Barbara Adamkowicz.


And now on Wollowicz - Oskierka line:

Dominik Oskierka of Wolkowysk b. 1810, m. Anna Wollowicz born 1809;
Anna Wollowicz was daughter of Kazimierz Wollowicz, 1779-1849 and Maria Felkerzamb born 1788
(MARIA was the daughter of Adam Ewald Felkerzamb 1734-1794 the Inflanty governor 1790-1794, the Witebsk governor 1787-1790, the chamberlain of the King Stanislaw August Poniatowski, with ADAM's wife Ewa Marianna Oskierka 1753-1825; Adam Ewald Felkerzamb was son of Henryk Ewald Felkerzamb 1690-1758 with his wife Elisabeth Helene Witten / Elzbieta Helena von Witten b. ca 1700).

Anna Wollowicz Oskierka had brother Michal Wollowicz 1805 - 1833 (the Zaliwski conspiracy in 1833).

Anna nee Wollowicz, Oskierka / Oskierko was granddaughter of Michal Wincenty Wollowicz b. ca 1740.

Michal Wincenty Wollowicz (with wife Petronela / Petronella Swiecicka) was son of Kazimierz Wollowicz senior - the Slonim Marshal, b. ca 1720 ?, died November 1790 in Slonim, with wife Ludwika.

Kazimierz Wollowicz senior - the Slonim Marshal, come from Krzysztof Wolowicz b. ca 1620, son of Samuel Wolowicz b. ca 1590 and Elzbieta.

Krzysztof Wollowicz b. ca 1620 was brother of Anna Wollowicz / Ona Valaviciute; Aleksander Wollowicz senior; Michal Wollowicz; Hieronim Wollowicz; Piotr Wollowicz; and Jerzy Wollowicz.
Aleksander Wladyslaw Wollowicz b. ca 1650, died in 1701, was son of above named Krzysztof Wollowicz / Kristupas Valavicius;
Aleksander Wollowicz was father of
Jan Wollowicz / Jonas Valavicius [1668 - died 1707 - who was father of Antoni Wollowicz {b. ca 1700} and Eleonora Skinder Hryniewiecki];
RoĹľe / Roza Wollowicz;
Florencja, and
Antoni Wollowicz [see below];
brother of Halszka; Jan Wollowicz; Samuel Wollowicz and Izabela; half brother of Kazimierz Wollowicz / Kazimieras.
Above Antoni Wollowicz 1691 - 1754, husband of Bogumila Tawrylowicz and they had son Hieronim Wollowicz
[HIERONIM WOLLOWICZ b. ca 1730 who was father of Lukasz Wollowicz; Tomasz
{b. ca 1780, father of Michal; Gustaw; Rozalia and Kasylda};
Jan Wollowicz; Antonina and Adam Wollowicz
{b. ca 1780, father of Pawel JĂłzef Wollowicz; Ludwik Hipolit; Adam Tomasz Wollowicz b. 1834
(ADAM was the father of JĂłzef Wollowicz; Tadeusz Jan b. ca 1870
[[father of Eustachy and Jerzy Wollowicz]]
and Klemens);
Rozalia Tyszkiewicz and JĂłzefa Czarnocka}].

Named Krzysztof Wollowicz b. ca 1620, was husband of Jadwiga Wierzbowska and Cecylia Buchowiecka;
the father of Aleksander Wladymir Wollowicz / Aleksandras Vladimiras Valavicius / Aleksander Wollowicz

[this Aleksander Wollowicz b. ca 1650, had sibilings:
Halszka Wollowicz; Jan Wollowicz; Samuel Wollowicz junior; Izabela Wollowicz.

The family of mentioned KRZYSZTOF Wollowicz, b. ca 1620 - that is children of named SAMUEL WOLLOWICZ b. ca 1590

{Samuel's family:
Felicjan Wollowicz b. ca 1690 / 1700 m. Katarzyna Rogolinska with son
Stanislaw Wollowicz 1720-1775 who m. Antonina Franciszka Wolowicz 1732-1779 with children:
JĂłzef Wollowicz 1748-1801,
Andrzej Wolowicz 1750-1822,
Ignacy Wollowicz, and
Mikolaj Wollowicz b. ca 1750 / 1757, d. March 1807 in Strzegocin.
Named Felicjan Wollowicz was son of Adam Wollowicz b. ca 1665, and Jadwiga Kobielska; grandson of Jakub Wollowicz b. ca 1640, and Katarzyna Druzynska; great-grandson of Andrzej Felicjan Wollowicz b. ca 1600 / 1610 - maybe the Samuel brother.

We know about JĂłzef Wollowicz b. 1748 from SZYSZKI, the son of Stanisław Wołłowicz, 1720-1775 + Antonina Franciszka Wołowicz of Warszawa, 1732-1779. JOZEF Wollowicz had brothers:
Andrzej Wolowicz 1750-1822 (Andrzej Wollowicz died in Kalisz, Catholic priest, in Plock and Warsaw, 1819 in Kalisz, 1819 senator),
Ignacy 1750-1795,
Mikolaj Wollowicz b. ca 1750 (see Zelow; Wollowicz owner of Brodnia [with Ignacy Bleszynski!], 9 km south-west of Lask, north of Buczek, Wola Pszczolecka, Faustynow and Zelow, south-east of Marzenin).
Above ANDRZEJ WOLLOWICZ, 1750-1822 in KALISZ, a priest [his brother was Jozef Wollowicz, 1748-1801, m. in SZYSZKI in 1787 to Teodora Zielinska; they were living in Koźniewo in the Szyszki parish - 5 km north-east to GASIEWO. 22 km south-east to CIECHANOW, south of Przasnysz],
had parents: Stanisław Wołłowicz, 1720-1775 + Antonina Franciszka Wołowicz of Warszawa, 1732-1779.
Named Stanislaw Wollowicz b. ca 1720, had parents: Felicjan Wollowicz b. ca 1690 / 1700, and Katarzyna Rogolińska.
Mentioned above Felicjan Wollowicz b. ca 1690 / 1700
(Felicjan Wollowicz was son of Adam Wollowicz b. ca 1665, and Jadwiga Kobielska; grandson of Jakub Wollowicz b. ca 1640, and Katarzyna Druzynska; great-grandson of Andrzej Felicjan Wollowicz b. ca 1600)
m. Katarzyna Rogolinska with son Stanislaw Wollowicz 1720-1775 who m. Antonina Franciszka Wolowicz 1732-1779.
Mentioned above Antonina Franciszka Wolowicz 1732-1779 was daughter of Aleksander Wollowicz b. ca 1700, granddaughter of Wincenty Wollowicz / Wincenty Piotr Wołłowicz + KURZENIECKA}:

1. above KRZYSZTOF Wollowicz b. ca 1620.

2. Hieronim Wollowicz / Jeronimas Valavicius b. ca 1610

(Hieronim Wollowicz was the father of
A.
Marcynjan Wołłowicz b. ca 1630 that is Marcyan Wollowicz oldest + wife nee Pac

{Marcynian / Marcjan Wollowicz - the Wilno writer, was the father of
I.
Kristina Siesicki;
II.
Jan Kazimierz Wollowicz / Jonas Kazimieras Wollowicz, b. ca 1650 + Katarzyna nee Narushevich - inf. of 1676

[with children:
a.
Anna Wołłowicz Ukolska Urbanowicz b. ca 1670, and
b.
Teodora Katarzyna Zawisza-Kieżgajłło b. 1680];
III.
Wincenty Stanisław Wołłowicz b. ca 1650, died in 1698;
and IV.
Dominik Wołłowicz b. ca 1650 + EWA SAWICKA
[with children:
a.
Marcin Dominik Wołłowicz b. ca 1670 + Antonina + Aleksandra + Helena, that is Marcyan 2nd Wollowicz + Antonina nee Zahorovski in the Mscislau area inf. in 1704;
b.
Stanisław Wołłowicz b. ca 1675;
c.
Krzysztof Kazimierz Wołłowicz b. ca 1675, that is Krzysztof Wollowicz b. ca 1670 / 1675, with son Jerzy Wollowicz b. ca 1690, died 1724;
d.
and Wincenty Piotr Wołłowicz born ca 1675 - see SZYSZKI south to PRZASNYSZ.

Note:
Stanislaw Wollowicz 1720-1775 m. Antonina Franciszka Wolowicz, 1732-1779,
the daughter of Aleksander Wollowicz b. ca 1700, and Emilia Amelia Wołłowicz (Despot-Zenowicz), b. ca 1700; EMILIA was the daughter of Krzysztof Despot-Zenowicz, ca 1660 - 1717.
Aleksander Wollowicz b. ca 1700 had brothers:
Marcyan 3rd,
Dominik 2nd / Dominik Marcin Wołłowicz,
Krzysztof,
Jerzy / Jerzy Wołłowicz and
Stanislaw / Stanisław Wołłowicz who died in 1737 and had gotten married to Eleonora Racs.

Aleksander Wollowicz was the son of
Wincenty Wollowicz, b. ca 1675 / Wincenty Piotr Wołłowicz + KURZENIECKA.
Wincenty had brothers:
Marcin Dominik Wołłowicz / Marcyan 2nd b. ca 1670 + Antonina nee Zahorovski in the Mscislau area inf. in 1704;
Krzysztof Kazimierz Wołłowicz / Krzysztof Wollowicz b. ca 1670 / 1675, with son Jerzy Wollowicz b. ca 1690, died 1724;
Stanisław Wołłowicz born ca 1675.

Wincenty was the son of DOMINIK Wollowicz. Dominik Wołłowicz b. ca 1650, married EWA SAWICKA.

Dominik was the son of Marcyan Wollowicz oldest b. ca 1630 + wife nee Pac.

MARCYAN had sons:
named Dominik + wife nee Savicki,
Jan Kazimierz + Katarzyna nee Narushevich - inf. of 1676 and
Wincenty who died in 1698.
Named above Marcynjan Wołłowicz b. ca 1630, that is Marcyan Wollowicz oldest.

The Wollowiczs were near and dear in the Mscislau / Mstsislaw territory of the Konstantynowiczs! They owned A.D. 1778: Staje, Berezetnia, Horowatka, Ray - i.e. Bolschoj Raj in present Russia and near by border between Belarus and Russia, Miteykow i.e. Miljejkova close by current border, Kozuchowicze - i.e. Koshuchowitschi in Russia now, Polachowszczyzna, Jurginow and Pietrowicze i.e. Petrovici estate - 810 ha. and 10 km E of Soino - in Zahustyn area, the Klimavicy district A.D. 1784, Russia now - close to the Konstantynowicz estates]};
B.
MICHAL Wollowicz / Mykolas Valavičius b. ca 1630;
C.
JANUSZ WOLLOWICZ / Jonušas Valavičius b. ca 1630;
D.
and KAZIMIERZ WOLLOWICZ / Kazimieras b. ca 1630);

3. Anna / Ona b. ca 1610 / 1630;
4.
Aleksander Wollowicz senior b. ca 1610 / 1630;
5.
Michal Wollowicz b. ca 1610 / 1630;
6.
Piotr Wollowicz b. ca 1610 / 1630].


WOLLOWICZ and SULIMIERSKI [LUBIEC close to Wola Pszczolecka] the members of the ZALIWSKI guerilla in 1733:

Anna Wollowicz Oskierka had brother Michal Wollowicz 1805 - 1833 (the Zaliwski conspiracy in 1833). Anna nee Wollowicz, Oskierka / Oskierko was granddaughter of Michal Wincenty Wollowicz b. ca 1740.

Michal Wincenty Wollowicz (with wife Petronela / Petronella Swiecicka) was son of Kazimierz Wollowicz senior - the Slonim Marshal, b. ca 1720 ?, died November 1790 in Slonim, with wife Ludwika.

Kazimierz Wollowicz senior - the Slonim Marshal, come from Samuel Wolowicz b. ca 1590 and Elzbieta.
Named Krzysztof Wollowicz was the husband of Jadwiga Wierzbowska and Cecylia Buchowiecka; father of Aleksander Wladymir Wollowicz / Aleksandras Vladimiras Valavicius.

Some details on the Ronikier family, the Lubomirskis, and O'Brien de Lacy:

Kazimierz JĂłzef Anastazy Ronikier was born in 1787 d. 1863, to Michal Aleksander Ronikier b. 1728 and JĂłzefa Miaczynski b. 1758. Kazimierz had brother Stanislaw August JĂłzef Ronikier. Kazimierz RONIKIER married Ludwika Zbijewski b. 1780 ? (1790 !).
They had 9 children: Adam Aleksander Ronikier, Roman Ronikier Count, Cezary Ronikier, Bronislaw Michal Ronikier.
Brother of above Kazimierz: Stanislaw August JĂłzef Ronikier born 1785, in 1810 married Tekla Brudzicka b. 1790. They had one son Michal Ronikier.

Details on children of Ludwika RONIKIER nee Zbijewski b. 1790:
1. Cezary Michal 1809-1843 + Katarzyna Lewanidow b. 1820;
2. Bronislaw Michal Ronikier 1811-1853 + Kamila Ronikier of NowosiĂłlki;
3. Adam Aleksander 1818-1873 + 1st to Zofia Barbara Starzenska + 2nd to Wanda Chrzanowska (Adam Aleksander Atanazy Jaxa-Ronikier);
4. JĂłzefa b. 1820 m. Aleksander Opperman,
5. Ludwika Ronikier b. 1820 m. Piotr O'Brien de Lacy b. 1830
with children (this inf. about birth need to be check!):
a. Julia O'Brien de Lacy 1850-1955,
b. Patryk O'Brien de Lacy b. 1860 (1863 !) m. 1st to Maria Tanska b. 1860 with
Katarzyna O'Brien de Lacy 1889-1983, and Piotr O'Brien de Lacy b. 1890;

PATRYK O'Brien de LACY m. 2nd to Ludmila Buturlin b. 1890;

6. Edward Romuald 1824-1877 + Olga Olimpia Orlowska 1834-1919,
7. Gustaw Cezary Kazimierz b. 1830 m. Stefania Marianna Wawrzyna Skarbek-Kruszewska b. 1831,
8. Roman RONIKIER 1832-1918 m. Maria Anna Dorota Lubomirska 1832-1905,
9. Teresa Ronikier, 1845-1900 m. Michal Wollowicz 1812-1882
with Jadwiga Kazimiera Teresa Wollowicz m. JĂłzef Mieczyslaw Miaczynski 1842-1909, and Wanda Wollowicz 1850-1864.

Below the genealogy of Ludwika Ronikier b. 1880 m. Tadeusz Ostrowski b. 1860:
great-grandparents:
Michal Aleksander Ronikier 1728-1802, Jan Nepomucen Zbijewski b. 1770, Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski 1747-1819
{Ksawery Lubomirski (Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski 1747-1819) and Teofila Rzewuski (Teofila Beydo-Rzewuska 1762-1831) - see above !},
Mikolaj Tolstoj / Nikolaj Tolstoy 1765-1816, JĂłzefa Miaczynska 1758-1822, Teresa Dorota Karska b. 1760, Teofila Beydo- Rzewuska 1762-1831, Anna Boratynska 1769-1825;
grandparents:
Kazimierz JĂłzef Anastazy Ronikier Count 1787-1863, Ludwika Zbijewska b. 1810,
Konstanty Stanislaw Xawery Lubomirski 1786-1870,
Katarzyna Tolstoj / Katerina Tolstoy 1789-1870;
parents:
Roman Ronikier 1832-1918, Maria Anna Dorota Lubomirska 1832-1905.

Louise Ronikier: Ludwika Ronikier daughter of Kazimierz Jozef Ronikier 1787 - 1863, and Ludwika Zbijewska b. after 1787 (ca 1790).

Note on above
Konstanty Stanislaw Xawery Lubomirski, 1786-1870:

On October 7, 1918, on initiative of Prince Lubomirski, Polish declaration of independence was announced and 14th October 1918, Polish Army soldiers pledged allegiance to the Polish flag. Lubomirski supported Pilsudski's nomination (on 10th Nov. 1918 - 14th Nov.) for the post of the head of state. Remember that
Jan Tadeusz Lubomirski b. 1826 in Dubrowna / Dubrovno, the Moghilov government; d. 1908, son of Eugeniusz Lubomirski, studied in St Petersburg.
Then in France and England. 1863 the Foreign Affairs of Polish Government. Above named Dubrowno in the Sienno (north-east of Miezonka) catholic area; the Orsha county, Moghilev government; at present in the Vicebsk oblast; 90 km to Vicebsk, 19 km north-east of Orsza / Orsha. Dubrovno to 1774 to Sapieha; then Count R. A. Potiemkin / G. A. Potemkin to 1791 (a watch factory!), close to Ksawery Lubomirski estate (and his daughter Klementyna girlfriend of Piotr Kroer);
since 1791 Lubomirski taken Dubrovno - now this place is "capital" of the government; next to Eugeniusz Lubomirski - 1809 new Orthodox church; Dubrovno was the Lubomirski family estate to 1917!

Eugeniusz Lubomirski b. 1789, d. 1834, landowner of Dubrovno close to Orsha from his father; EUGENIUSZ was the son of Ksawery Lubomirski (Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski 1747-1819) and Teofila Rzewuski (Teofila Beydo-Rzewuska 1762-1831), and brother of the Russian General Konstanty Lubomirski 1786-1870.

Above Konstanty Stanislaw Ksawery Lubomirski b. 1786 Petersburg, d. 1870 in Warsaw, was also the son of Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski and Teofila Broel-Plater Rzewuska.
Konstanty Lubomirski (1786-1870), was the Russian General, married Katarzyna Nikolajewna Tolstoj. He was the owner of MEZHEVO / Miezawa / MiezĂłw, in the ORSHA / Orsza district; in the Witebsk county; 15 km north to Orsza - se also TRUBECKI ! MIEZAWA in 1772 to Russia, the Vicebsk governorate. MEZHEVO / Miezawa was the Chrapowickis land; in 1760 belonged to Antoni Marcin Chrapowicki, official in Smolensk.
Antoni Chrapowicki, Colonel of Orsza, b. ca 1700 - d. in 1760, that is Antoni Marcin Chrapowicki who was the son of STEFAN Chrapowicki b. ca 1660.
Antoni Marcin Chrapowicki died in May 1760 in WILNO, was also official in Smolensk in 1731-1760, and 1730-1731. Inf. on him in 1733. The grandson of unknown Chrapowicki.
The MEZHEVO / Miezawa estate was bought by Lubomirski: Anna Maria Lubomirska (1838-1917), in 1859, bring MEZHEVO / Miezawa dowry to Franciszek Lubienski (1834-1891).

The WOLLOWICZ clan:

Teresa RONIKIER, 1845-1900 [the sister of above named ROMAN RONIKIER] m. Michal Wollowicz 1812-1882: he was the grandson of Count Antoni Wollowicz, 1750-1822 + Teofila Matuszewicz [see below].
Antoni Wollowicz, Count in 1798 of Prussia, 1750-1822 was son of
JĂłzef Wollowicz b. ca 1720 and Magdalena Ludwika Marianna Michniewicz [see below on SWIACK];
husband of JĂłzefata Piasecka and Teofila Matuszewicz;
father of Joachim JĂłzef Wollowicz and Eustachy Wollowicz;
brother of Michal Wollowicz; Balbina Jelenska; Benedykt Wollowicz; Kazimiera, and Katarzyna.

Above JĂłzef Wollowicz b. ca 1720, d. 1779, was the son of Jerzy Wollowicz
[b. ca 1690, died 1724, who was son of Krzysztof Wollowicz / Krzysztof Kazimierz Wołłowicz b. ca 1670 / 1675]
and Barbara Adamkowicz.

Compare on SWIACK:

the owner of SWIACK was mentioned JĂłzef Wollowicz b. ca 1720, married Magdalena Ludwika Marianna Michniewicz.


Now about Wollowicz in the Grodno district:

Swiack - in the Hrodna / Grodno district, ex-Augustow county; close to Wollowiczowce; in the 18th - 19th centuries in the Troki province - belonged to the Wollowiczs; a palace built the Grodno marshal - JĂłzef Wollowicz (d. 1779)
{JĂłzef Wollowicz b. ca 1720 and married Magdalena Ludwika Marianna Michniewicz. Above JĂłzef Wollowicz b. ca 1720, d. 1779, was the son of Jerzy Wollowicz [b. ca 1690, died 1724, who was son of Krzysztof Wollowicz] and Barbara Adamkowicz}.
The palace finished his son Antoni Wollowicz, the official in Merecz, senator in the Congress Poland; Antoni Wollowicz d. 1822, and the estate took his oldest son Joachim JĂłzef Wollowicz (1783-1842) married Css Maria Starzenska. Then all SWIACK belonged to Michal Wollowicz (1812-1882), m. Teresa Ronikier.
Michal's daughter Jadwiga Maria Wollowicz married Count JĂłzef Miaczynski - they were owners of SWIACK.
Above JOZEF WOLLOWICZ:
JĂłzef Wollowicz b. ca 1720, d. 1779; m. Magdalena Ludwika Marianna Michniewicz. Son of Jerzy Wollowicz and Barbara Adamkowicz - see above. Husband of Magdalena Ludwika Marianna Michniewicz. Father of Antoni Wollowicz; Michal Wollowicz; Balbina Jelenska; Benedykt Wollowicz; Kazimiera Wollowicz. Half brother of Joanna Alexandra Wollowicz.


We back to the OGINSKIS:

Witold Zygmunt Joachim Wollowicz 1825-1875, married to Amelia Oginska [with son OLGIERD / Olgierd Michal Wollowicz 1869-1900], daughter of
Tadeusz Antoni Oginski b. 1798, d. 1844, and Marianna Tekla von Rönne (Borewicz, Oginska).

See:
Edward [Eduard-Josef Krasicki b. 1831 + Gabriela Oginska] owner of Hlusza in Wolyn; widow after him - Gabryela Oginska was also the daughter of above Tadeusz Oginski, b. 1798 and Maryia Ronne / Maria von Ronne [Marianna Tekla von Rönne (Borewicz, Oginska)].
Above Edward JĂłzef Krasicki 1831-1877 + Gabriela Maria Oginska 1830-1912 [1911] had son Leon Wilhelm Marian Krasicki 1856-1866.
Witold Zygmunt Joachim Wollowicz 1825-1875 that is Witold was owner of Wasilkowice (Wasilewicze) in the Congress Poland.
Mentioned
Amelia Oginska Wollowicz was granddaughter of Michal Kleofas Oginski 1765-1833
[Kleofas was father of Franciszek Ksawery Oginski; above Tadeusz Antoni {Tadeusz was father of above Gabriele Marija Rene; Natalia Gawronska and named above Amelia Wollowicz / Amelija Wollowicz}; Amelia Zaluska; Ireneusz; Emma Wysocka; and Ida]
and Felix von Rönne 1770-1827.

Witold Wollowicz was grandson of Antoni Wollowicz Count, [in 1798 of Prussia] 1750-1822 and Stanislaw Kajetan Krystian Breza 1752-1847, Teofila Matuszewicz, and Antonina Maria Radolinska 1771-1845.
Above Antonina Maria Radolinska 1771-1845 was granddaughter of JĂłzef Stefan Radolinski of Wschowa, 1680-1740 and Leon Raczynski 1698- 1755, and Wirydianna / Wirydiana Bninska 1718-1797. Above Wirydianna was daughter of Wojciech Bninski 1710-1755.
Remember:
Witkowice and Grzeszyn - were the Wollowicz estates, in the Buczek parish [close to Wola Pszczolecka], and Zelow - Mikolaj Wollowicz (in the Buczek parish; see the Zelow estate).
JĂłzef Wollowicz 1748-1801 had brothers:
Andrzej Wolowicz 1750-1822 (Andrzej Wollowicz died in Kalisz, Catholic priest, in Plock and Warsaw, 1819 in Kalisz, 1819 senator),
Ignacy 1750-1795,
named Mikolaj Wollowicz b. ca 1750 (see Zelow; Wollowicz owner of Brodnia [with Ignacy Bleszynski!], 9 km south-west of Lask, north of Buczek, Wola Pszczolecka, Faustynow and Zelow, south-east of Marzenin).

Mentioned above Antoni Wollowicz {Count in 1798 of Prussia] 1750-1822 was son of JĂłzef Wollowicz b. ca 1720 and Magdalena Ludwika Marianna Michniewicz; husband of JĂłzefata Piasecka and Teofila Matuszewicz; father of Joachim JĂłzef Wollowicz and Eustachy Wollowicz; brother of Michal; Balbina Jelenska; Benedykt Wollowicz; Kazimiera, and Katarzyna.
Above JĂłzef Wollowicz b. ca 1720, d. 1779, was the son of Jerzy Wollowicz [b. ca 1690, died 1724, who was son of Krzysztof Wollowicz] and Barbara Adamkowicz.

Dominik Oskierka of Wolkowysk b. 1810, m. Anna Wollowicz born 1809; Anna was daughter of Kazimierz Wollowicz 1779-1849 and Maria Felkerzamb born 1788
(daughter of Adam Ewald Felkerzamb 1734-1794 the Inflanty governor 1790-1794, the Witebsk governor 1787-1790, the chamberlain of the King Stanislaw August Poniatowski, with Ewa Marianna Oskierka 1753-1825; Adam Ewald Felkerzamb was son of Henryk Ewald Felkerzamb 1690-1758 with his wife Elisabeth Helene Witten / Elzbieta Helena von Witten b. ca 1700).
Anna Wollowicz had brother Michal Wollowicz 1805 - 1833 (the Zaliwski conspiracy in 1833).
Anna nee Wollowicz, Oskierka / Oskierko was granddaughter of Michal Wincenty Wollowicz b. ca 1740.
Michal Wincenty Wollowicz (with wife Petronela / Petronella Swiecicka) was son of Kazimierz Wollowicz - the Slonim Marshal, b. ca 1720 ?, died November 1790 in Slonim, with wife Ludwika.

Above named Wasilkowice / Wasilewicze - was situated in the Suwalki government [see also SWIACK] - Witold Wollowicz the landlord.


Note to OSKIERKA:

Dominik Oskierka was the Wolkowysk marshal, b. 1810, m. Anna Wollowicz born in 1809. They had daughter Jadwiga Oskierka - see below - m. ca 1850 to
Konstanty Ciechanowiecki 1820-1880, son of Stanislaw Ciechanowiecki 1790-1848 and Wiktoria Zdziechowska.

In the eighties of the 18th century on the Wereszczynski family:

JĂłzef Wereszczynski in Upita was the governor;
Stanislaw Wereszczynski - a town judge in Livonia / Inflanty;
in 1788 Christopher / Krzysztof Wereszczynski 'cupbearer' in Upita - maybe a father of junior Count Krzysztof Wereszczynski / Kristupas Verešcinskis.

Vencavu / Vencavai with Pažemiu and Juozapava and many of the surrounding villages (in 1823) for the 13,760 rubles acquired Count Krzysztof Wereszczynski / Verešcinskas Christopher and his wife Honorata Oskierkaite / Honorata Oskierko nee Benislawska.

Honorata Benislawska born ca 1780, married 1 st in 1800 to Jan Oskierka b. ca 1780

{Stefania Julia Radziwill Princess, b. 1825, m. ca 1840 to Arkadiusz Chrapowicki born 1821, and 2nd to Kajetan Oskierka born 1821, with son Adolf Oskierka / Oskierko b. ca 1868 - d. 1901 in Lourdes.
Stefania Julia Radziwill, 1825-1896 ?, was the owner of MIEZONKA area - see Dominik Konstantynowicz.
The great-grandparents of Adolf Oskierka, 1868-1901:
Jan Mikolaj Oskierka 1735-1796; Kajetan Stanislaw Gizycki 1720-1785; Mikolaj Radziwill general major of Lithuania, 1747-1811; Adam Narbutt; Barbara Rokicka; Katarzyna Rakowska; Franciszka Butler Css
[Franciszka Butler born 1757, married to the son of Stanislaw Radziwill - Mikolaj Radziwill general major of Lithuania, 1747-1811].
Grandparents of Adolf Oskierka, 1868-1901:
Dominik Oskierka; Salomea Gizycka b. 1770; Mikolaj Radziwill younger, 1801-1853; Wiktoria Emilia Narbutt;
Parents:
Kajetan Oskierka b. 1821 + Stefania Julia Radziwill 1825-1896},

son of Ludwik Oskierka / Ludwik Oskierko b. ca 1760 and Ludwika Niemirowicz-Szczytt.

Honorata Benislawska born ca 1780, married 1 st in 1800 to Jan Oskierka b. ca 1780 with children:

1. Dominik Oskierka of Wolkowysk b. 1810 m. Anna Wollowicz

(Anna was daughter of Kazimierz Wollowicz 1779-1849 and Maria Felkerzamb born 1788
[Anna had brother Michal Wollowicz 1805–1833];
granddaughter of Michal Wincenty Wollowicz b. ca 1740
[Kazimierz Wollowicz - the Slonim Marshal, b. ca 1720 ?, died November 1790 in Slonim, with wife Ludwika, had above son Michal Wincenty Wollowicz with wife Petronella]
with Petronela / Petronella Swiecicka, and Adam Ewald Felkerzamb 1734-1794 the Inflanty governor 1790-1794, the Witebsk governor 1787-1790, the chamberlain of the King Stanislaw August Poniatowski, with Ewa Marianna Oskierka 1753-1825;
the great-granddaughter of Henryk Ewald Felkerzamb 1690-1758 with his wife Elisabeth Helene Witten / Elzbieta Helena von Witten b. ca 1700)

born 1809;

2. Pamela b. 1810 m. Konstanty Krzywicki 1805-1865.

Named above

Eva Oskierko / Ewa Oskierka / Ewa Marianna Oskierka 1753-1825, died in Essern west of Hannover,
wife of Adam Ewald Fölkersam / Adam Ewald Felkerzamb 1734-1794; mother of Adam von Fölkersam; Anton von Fölkersam
[Anton Fölkersam b. 1784 d. 1832 in Saint Petersburg, husband of Rosalie; father of Xavera Bsse. von Korff
{Xavera Korff 1809 - 1874, wife of Carl Wilhelm Friedrich Ferdinand Paridon Bar. von Korff and mother of Rosalie Drugowin; Marie Somerset-Rosetter
(wife of Fyodor Somerset-Rosetter / Fedor, 1782 officer, in 1793 served the Tver regiment as Colonel - inf. 1796);
Modest Korff; Eugene Korff; Paul Carl Korff; Alexander Bar. von Korff and Victor Alexander; inf. by Peter Trefilov in 2015 at www.geni.com}];
Marianna von Fölkersam / Maria Felkerzamb born 1788 and Benedicta von Fölkersam; inf. under copyright by Elle Kiiker at geni.com.

Above Marianna von Fölkersam b. circa 1788, was wife of Stefan Mikulski / Stephan Mikulski b. ca 1780, and 2nd to mentioned above Kazimierz / Kasimir Wollowicz;
mother of Michal / Michail Wollowicz 1805-1833 !;
Paulina Wollowicz (b. 1806, d. 1881, m. Stanislaw Jagmin the Kobryn Marshal, 1796-1864, with children: Maria Jezierska b. 1840, and Kazimierz Jagmin b. 1841)
and Anna Wollowicz Oskierka [Anna b. 1809 was daughter of Kazimierz Wollowicz 1779-1849 and Marianna / Maria Felkerzamb born 1788]!

It should be noted that Vencavai / Wenusowo / Venusov in 1817 - 1823 was owned by tenants, and 1823 - 1846 by the owner.

Joseph Verešcinskas / Józef Wereszczynski / Wereszczynski Jozef, participated in the 1831 uprising and was preparing to flee to France, but the Russians caught him. 1823 Vencavai acquired Christopher Verešcinskas with his wife. In these times some memories described acts of violence: serfs were beaten, tortured, sold; B. Kvyklio in the book "Our Lithuania" says that the Vencavai residents dead bodies was buried in the count chapel in the basement, and then at the night would find the hole in the coffin; this is repeated for several years. Others told stories that at dark autumn night saw Verešcinskas on a horse.

In the Upyte District in the eighteenth century were living: Straszewicz / Straševicius, Krzysztof Wereszczynski / Christopher Verešcinskas, Bartatomiejus BISTROMA / Bartlomiej Bystram, Kuszelewski / Kušeliauskas, Puzino / Puzyna.

The Oskierka family:

Ludwik Oskierka / Oskierko b. ca 1760 and Ludwika Niemirowicz-Szczytt - see below.

JADWIGA OSKIERKA,
the daughter of Dominik Oskierka the Wolkowysk marshal, b. 1810 and Anna Wollowicz b. 1809;
sha had great-grandparents:
Ludwik Oskierka b. 1760;
Michal Wincenty Wollowicz b. ca 1740 [Kazimierz Wollowicz - the Slonim Marshal, b. ca 1720 ?, died November 1790 in Slonim, with wife Ludwika, had above son Michal Wincenty Wollowicz with wife Petronella];
Adam Ewald Felkerzamb the Inflanty governor, 1734-1794;
Ludwika Niemirowicz-Szczytt 1769-1802; Petronela Swiecicka; Ewa Marianna Oskierka 1753-1825.

Mentioned Ludwik Oskierka was the son of Ludwik Gerwazy Oskierka 1710-1770 and Teresa Tyzenhauz;
and grandson of Antoni Oskierka 1670-1734; Zofia Stadnicka-Kolenda; Michal Jerzy Tyzenhauz b. ca 1670; Anna Barbara Bychowiec.

Remember:
Stefania Julia Chrapowicka Radziwill / Princess Stefania Chrapowicka / Chrupowicka (Radziwill), the owner of Miezonka!!! She was born in 1825 in Paris; daughter of Prince Mikolaj Radziwill and Wiktoria Emilia.
Wife of Kajetan Oskierka and Arkadiusz Chrapowicki / Arkadijus Chrapovickis [see on SWOLNA].
Above Kajetan Oskierka b. ca 1820/1821, son of Dominik Oskierka b. ca 1770, and Salomea.

Note:
Jan Mikolaj Oskierka 1735-1796 - see MIEZONKA - 1735 - died in 1796 - Tobolsk; his father:
Rafal Alojzy Oskierka b. 1708, d. 1767 [see above on Ludwik Gerwazy Oskierka 1710-1770 and Teresa Tyzenhauz].
Grandparents:
Antoni Oskierka 1670-1734 + Zofia Stadnicka-Kolenda [see above on Ludwik Oskierka b. 1760.
Antoni had also son: Kazimierz Maciej Oskierka, b. 1720, the MOZYRZ official + Karolina Stecka-Olechnowicz with son Ignacy Oskierka b. ca 1740].

Above Jan Mikolaj Oskierka 1735-1796, married in 1761 to Barbara Rokicka,
with children:
A. Rafal Michal Oskierka, 1761-1818 + Maria with
1. Jan Oskierka b. 1820 [JAN's children: Sabina; Rafal Oskierka b. ca 1850; Antoni Oskierka b. 1851; Franciszek Oskierka 1854-1939; Helena Oskierka 1854-1910];
2. Emilia m. Hubert Artemiusz Swiatopelk-Mirski b. 1815;
3. Ludwik Oskierka b. ca 1820 + Bogumila Swiatopelk-Mirska;
4. Teresa + Romuald Jelenski.
B.
Dominik Oskierka b. ca 1770 + Salomea Gizycka
{with children:
Maria + Jan Gizycki b. 1790;
Wladyslaw Oskierka b. ca 1800 + Marianna Oskierka;
Kajetan Oskierka b. 1820/1821 + Stefania Julia Radziwill of MIEZONKA, 1825-1896 [with Adolf Oskierka 1868-1901]};
C.
Aniela Oskierka, 1770-1804, married Ignacy Kajetan Prozor b. ca 1770 [see OSWIEJA and Malkiewicz],
with:
Kornela Prozor Rokicka, 1800-1835;
Henryk Prozor;
Maurycy Prozor 1801-1886 + Anna Chlopicka b. ca 1810
[with: Edward Prozor b. ca 1830; Maurycy Prozor; Lucjan Prozor].

Mentioned Antoni Oskierka 1670-1734 m. 2nd in 1710 to Anna Grabowska b. 1692, 1st in 1700 to Zofia Stadnicka-Kolenda.
Remember -
Rafal Alojzy Oskierka 1708-1767.

Rajewski 

or Rajewskij, Rajauskas with Nalecz and Radwan arms in Belarus as early as 1509, here in 1528 and after 1595, 1623,  owned Kislowicze and Fenowszczyzna in 1663, Perany in 1664, Stajow from the Ipacewicz family and Jurkowszczyzna  since 1858 - together with Polubinski; their neighbours: Komorowski from Mazyki, Ipacewicz, Strzyzewski, Zloczewski  c.  1664 

Sutocki 

i.e. Sutockas of the Dolega coat of arms with Malkowicz nickname, numerous estates in the Mscislau district in the 19th cent., next in the Trakai district, related to: Kijacki, Holynski, Krzywicki, Kozuchowski, Kondratowicz, Ostankiewicz, Zubr, Platowski - vide the work of Jan Ciechanowicz ed. in Rzeszow 2001, vol. 5 

counties  Wollowicz

or Volovitch since 1590 in this territory, next of kin with the Szemiot family in 1700, owned A.D. 1778: Staje Berezetnia, Horowatka, Ray - i.e. Bolschoj Raj in present Russia and near by border between Belarus and  Russia, Miteykow i.e. Miljejkova close by current border, Kozuchowicze - i.e. Koshuchowitschi in  Russia now, Polachowszczyzna, Jurginow and Pietrowicze i.e. Petrovici estate - 810 ha. and 10 km E of Soino - in  Zahustyn area, the Klimavicy district A.D. 1784, Russia now; related to Kamienski - inf. of 1623; others in Mscislau  in  1634, too.  

They came of Stanislaw Wissygina of 1413 with Bogorya arms according to Niesiecki of 1842, vol. 9, p. 414 - 421: and his son Jerzy Wyssyginowicz who accepted Wolowicz surname in 1454, and also his grandson Jerzy Wolowicz who fought in the battle near by Viedrussa in 1499, this last Jerzy had 3 sons (Niesiecki missed out a generation, I think): Bogdan, Grzegorz and third unknown; two sons came of this third unknown: Ostafiej - inf. of 1568 and Marcyan + wife nee Pac: they had 3 sons i.e. Dominik + wife nee Savicki, Jan Kazimierz + Katarzyna nee Narushevich - inf. of 1676 and Wincenty who died in 1698; above Dominik had 3 sons: Marcyan 2nd + Antonina nee Zahorovski in the Mscislau area in 1704, Krzysztof  and Wincenty from the Mscislau  province; Wincenty had daughter who had gotten married to Pac, and also six sons: Marcyan 3rd, Dominik 2nd, Aleksander, Krzysztof, Jerzy and  Stanislaw  who died in 1737 and had gotten married to Eleonora Racs; this last Stanislaw had two sons living in the Mscislau province in the middle  of the 18th cent.  

and others families. More inf. about the Mscislau province, see: 

Deka Company
At margin: Russian army in the east Lithuania since 1657 till 1661 in Mstislawl; army of Saxony in Lithuania at first in 1708/1709, and next 1713 - 1717; the Russian army stationed in the east Lithuania: 1733-1736, 1743-1748, 1757-1763, 1764, 1767 - 1772. 

Ancestors of ours 

- Piotr Konstantynowicz who was born c. 1610 in the Minsk province; he lived in the Mscislau  province A.D. 1669 

- Augustin / Augustyn Rokoz Konstantynowicz / Augustyn Pohoza Konstantynowicz (Augustyn was a clerk of the Lithuanian military  confederation since 1661 by 1667 and after a special envoy of Michal Pac to Moscow to ask tsar Aleksei / Aleksey to put up his son Feodor /  Fiodor III as a candidate to Polish election; the municipal and territorial writer in the Mscislau province, born c. 1635, had died 1713 or before  1713).


Mscislaw nobles, wishing to have their own school, appealed to the Parliament in 1690, on the Jesuit residence in Mscislaw, on the border of the Smolensk province and RUSSIA. County officials have provided with fund a missionary house with chapel St Michael and Joseph; also a grammar school.

1711 - the Mscislaw city writer Augustyn Konstantynovich, gave to the chapel a wonderful portrait of the Blessed Virgin from the Orthodox church.
Assisted Kucewicz, Larska, Celnerowa, Wojnina, Illinich, Lendorf, Potemkin. 1707 - the chapel; the Swedes burned a large wooden church in 1708; rebuilt in 1711 by Dziechelewicz and built new wooden residential house.

Augustyn Konstantynowicz, the Mscislaw writer, from whom Krzysztof Franciszek Ciechanowiecki (once called Krzysztof Mikolaj Ciechanowiecki), son of Michal Wincenty Ciechanowiecki, bought the land estate of Bielyj Mech / Bialy Mech.

Above Ciechanowiecki, Michal Wincenty, inf. 1685, mentioned in 1653, signed the election of Michael Korybut Wisniowiecki to the king in 1669, was the 5th son of Krzysztofa Stanislaw or Krzysztof Stanislawowicz Ciechanowiecki and Drucka-Horska; received in 1673 the Choslaw estate by his mother Antonella Drucka-Horska.

Above Krzysztof Franciszek CIECHANOWIECKI / Krzysztof Mikolaj Ciechanowiecki, was the brother of Mikolaj / Boguslaw Mikolaj Ciechanowiecki, son of mentioned Michal Wincenty Ciechanowiecki. Named above Ciechanowiecki, Mikolaj / Ciechanowiecki, Boguslaw Mikolaj, was the son of Marianna Kotowska / Marcjanna Ciechanowiecka and Michal Wincenty Ciechanowiecki.

RĂłza, was the daughter of named Krzysztof Franciszek Ciechanowiecki. Marcin / Marcjan Adam, was the son of named Krzysztof Franciszek; Antoni Tadeusz, son of named Krzysztof Franciszek; JĂłzef, son of Krzysztof Franciszek; Mikolaj / Michal Ciechanowiecki, son of Krzysztof Franciszek; Stanislaw, son of mentioned above Krzysztof Franciszek Ciechanowiecki.

Krzysztof Franciszek Ciechanowiecki bought the village of Bialy Mech; he was the writer of Mstislav; Samuel Ciechanowiecki wrote a letter in 1705 on above Krzysztof. The first wife of Krzysztof Franciszek Ciechanowiecki was unknown Konstantynowicz with the FOX / Lis coat of arms.

In the years 1681-1685 the main supporter of Russia in Lithuania was KRAJEWSKI. His trusted supporter was Augustyn Pohozy Konstantinovich - our branch of the family. Krajewski received letters from Augustyn Konstantinovich. Augustyn Konstantynovich was a long-term trustee, servant and advisor to Marcjan Oginski, Governor of TROKI. This information was given in 1686 by Jerzy Kazimierz Nienoronowicz-Szpilowski. Augustyn Constantinovich also had relations with the Ukrainian Cossacks.

In 1671 he was in Minsk the official to bridges [the Land Office of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania dealing with the maintenance and maintenance of bridges in the area entrusted to them].

1674, after the death of Wisniowiecki, in Lithuania, Michal PAC and MARCJAN Oginski wanted to be King Fyodor Alekseejewicz, so they were sent to MOSCOW Augustyn Konstantynovich. Augustyn talked with Prince Yuriy Alekseejewicz DOLGORUKI and Artam Sergeyevich Matveev.

Yuri Alekseyevich Dolgorukov / Юрий Алексеевич Долгоруков, b. 1602, d. on May 15, 1682 in Moscow, Russian prince, the Novgorod governor and Moscow, participant of the Polish-Russian war, commander of the army in the Polish-Russian war 1654-1667.

1674 - Augustyn Konstantynovitch is appointed the writer of MSCISLAW; 1685 - writer of the Land of Mscislaw; 1703 - last information about Augustyn Konstantynovich [1711 !].

In September 1682, S. Bentkowski arrives in Kadzina / KADINO [15 km east to Mohylew by the Dniepr river] and this information is given by Augustyn Konstantynovich.

Above Marcjan Alexander Oginski born 1632; he was the Orthodox; in 1670 the governor of TROKI and turns to Catholicism. Marcjan Oginski in 1674 fights with Turkey. His family was also the governors: POLOCK and MSCISLAW. Marcjan Aleksander Oginski (born 1632 - January 26, 1690) was a great Lithuanian chancellor from 15 May 1684, the voivode of Troki since 1670. Son of the castellan of Troki, Alexander OGINSKI (died 1667). MARCJAN was a member of the Confederacy of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in 1672. He was a Senate deputy to the King's War Council in 1673.

His father Aleksander Oginski (born 1585 - died 1667), castellan (from 1649), Voivodeship of Minsk (1645), son of Bogdan (d. 1625) and Regina Wollowicz. Above Aleksander Oginski, Prince, b. ca 1585 / 1590 in Trakai, d. 1667, son of Bogdan Oginski and Regina / Raina. Husband of Elzbieta Pac and Kotryna.

Marcin Marian Aleksander Oginski / MARCJAN ALEKSANDER OGINSKI, 1632 - 1690, was the son of Aleksander Oginski, Prince and Kotryna. Husband of Marcybela Anna Oginska and Konstancja Krystyna Oginski. Brother of Jan Oginski; Jerzy Wincenty Oginski; Izabela; Helena; Aleksandra Konstancja Zawisza-Kiezgajlo. Half brother of Bogdan Oginskis and Jan Oginski.

Note on count Seweryn Ksawery Kalinowski b. 1759:

his father Ignacy Kalinowski ca 1720 died 1782 and his mother Justyna nee Borzecka ca 1735 (1710 it's error) - Justyna was daughter of Franciszek Borzecki (ca 1693 - 1739) and Ludwika Marianna Pociej (ca 1715), and JUSTYNA married ca 1765 to Ignacy Kalinowski, she died after 1780?

The father of above Ludwika Marianna Pociej - Ludwik Konstanty Pociej.

Leonard Gabriel Pociej b. 1632, died in 1695; Leonard Pociej was closest friend of Marcjan Aleksander Oginski [Marcjan Alexander Oginski born 1632], son of wife's brother [Marcin or MARCJAN b. 1632 was the son of Aleksander Oginski, Prince and Kotryna]. He married to Regina Oginska, primo voto Walter Korff of Troki [Regina Korff, Pociej, born Ogińska, in 1624, to Samuel Leon Lew Ogiński and Zofia Billewicz born in 1597. Regina had brother Szymon Karol / Symeon Ogiński. Regina married Leonard Gabriel Pociej born on November 6, 1632. They had 2 sons. Regina married 1st Walter Korff. Regina died in 1728]; with children: above Ludwik Konstanty Pociej, and Kazimierz Aleksander Pociej].

Above Regina Pociej nee Oginska, b. circa 1624, died ca 1700, was daughter of Samuel Leon Oginski and Zofia Billewicz. She was sister of Jan Oginski; Szymon Karol / Symeon Oginski [see below !], and Helena Tyszkiewicz,
inf. by Viktorija Janina Ruškuliene.

Above Samuel Leon Oginski b. ca 1593, d. 1657; inf. by Andrzej Hennel at geni.com.

We know on Marcin Michal Oginski or Marcin Mikolaj / Marcjan Oginski, b. 1672 in Vitebsk, d. 1750, son of Szymon Karol Oginski and Teodora. Husband of Tekle Ana Anna Larska; Krystyna Oginska; Teresa Tyzenhauz, and Teresa. Father of Barbara Pac. Brother of Boguslav Kazimierz Oginski; Krystyna Tyszkiewicz; Eleonora Oginska and Jerzy Oginski. Half brother of Zofia Oginska and Aleksander Oginski.

Above Szymon Karol Oginski b. ca 1621 - d. 1699, son of Samuel Lev Oginski [see below] and Zofia. Brother of JAN Oginski [see below]; Regina Korff Pociej; Krystyna; Helena Tyszkiewicz-Lohojska; Prakseda.

And now on Duke Jan Jacek Oginski Oginski (1619 - 1684 in CRACOW) - the POLOCK governor. Prince Jan Jacek Oginski commander of the Grand Duchy; son of Samuel Lew Oginski and Zofia Billewicz [see below]; the brother of Szymon Karol Oginski. He was brought up in the Orthodox faith, but quickly changed to Catholicism. Together with brother Szymon, was enrolled in 1639 to the Cracow University. At the beginning of his public affairs he was associated with Jerzy Karol Hlebowicz. From the first marriage (circa 1645) to Anna Siemaszko left sons: Nicolaus Francis; Grzegorz Antoni; Leon Kazimierz; and daughter Anne, m. Kazimierz Tyszkiewicz. From the marriage to Joanna Teodora Naruszewicz (1660) other sons: Alexander (died 1690), and Kazimierz Dominik Oginski, and Marcjan Antoni (died 1703), of Mstislavl.


Now we back to the freemasons:

Andrzej Ignacy Oginski, b. 1740 in Tadulino in the Vitebsk Voivodeship, Belarus, d. 1787 in GuzĂłw. Son of Tadeusz Franciszek Oginski. Husband of Paula Oginska. Father of Michal KLEOFAS Oginski !

Above Michal Kleofas Oginski b. 1765 in GuzĂłw, husband of Maria and Izabela.

Mentioned Tadeusz Franciszek Oginski b. 1712, d. 1783 in Hanuta, in the Minsk Province, Belarus; son of Marcin Michal Oginski and Teresa.

Named above Marcin Michal Oginski / Marcjan Oginski b. 1672 in Vitsebsk, son of Szymon Karol Oginski and Teodora; father of Stanislawa Teresa; Marianna; Barbara Pac; Ignacy Oginski; Stanislaw Jerzy Oginski. Brother of Boguslav Kazimierz Oginski; Krystyna Tyszkiewicz; Eleonora and JERZY. Half brother of Zofia and Aleksander Oginski.

Mentioned above Szymon Karol Oginski b. ca 1621, d. 1699, son of Samuel LEW Oginski and Zofia [Samuel Leon Oginski / SAMUEL LEW Oginski, b. ca 1593 in Kruonis].
Brother of JAN JACEK Oginski [see above !]; Regina Korff Pociej [see above on KALINOWSKI]; Krystyna Oginska; Helena Tyszkiewicz-Lohojska; Prakseda Oginska.

Above Samuel Leon Oginski / SAMUEL LEW Oginski, b. ca 1593 in Kruonis, the Kaunas County, Lithuania, d. 1657 in Kruonis; son of Bogdan Oginski [see on Bogdan Marcjan Oginski (d. 1625) and Regina Wollowicz - see Zelow and Buczek in the central Poland] and Regina / Raina; husband of Zofia Oginska; father of Jan Oginski / Jan Jacek Oginski; Szymon Karol Oginski - see above on KALINOWSKI; Regina Korff Pociej; Krystyna Oginska; Helena Tyszkiewicz-Lohojska. Brother of Roman Oginski; Dymitr Oginski; Jonas Feliksas Oginskis; Aleksander Oginski [see above Aleksander Oginski of Kozielsk, b. ca 1585 - d. 1667. Aleksander Oginski, Prince, b. ca 1585 / 1590 in Trakai, d. 1667, son of Bogdan Oginski and Regina / Raina. Husband of Elzbieta Pac and Kotryna - see AUGUSTYN KONSTANTYNOWICZ of MSTISLAV], and Anna Stetkiewicz.

- Adam Konstantynowicz of 1697 

- Krzysztof  Konstantynowicz in 1697 

- Adam Franciszek Konstantynowicz A.D. 1707  

- Franciszek Rohoza Konstantynowicz near of kin with Holynski family from Soino (either Big  Soino or Voronove Slobody near by a  farm of Mielkovka = Mietkowka), and his siblings and Hurko family also (from  Krotowsza otherwise called Krynki  or  Krotovshe that belonged to Romejko - Hurko family in the Orsa district)  were in trouble  for this reason with Holynski  (Kazimierz  son of Stefan Kazimierz Holynski from Chlyszczewo i.e. Chwostowo close by  border between Belarus and  Russia, from  Soino and Uszpol) family after 1714.  
   The above
 Soino is situated 18 km east away from Mscislau, at territory of Russia now i.e. 7 km from present border; it was the Grand duchy of Lithuania 1359 - 1772 and next in Russia: the Mstislavl district, Soino region = "volost" that is similar to county, in a parish of Mscislau (archbishopric of Mahileu, in the Mscislau - Klimavicy catholic area were three parishes: Lozovica, Mscislau and Smolensk in the 19th cent.); one our leg lived in the territory of  present Belarus, but the second one stood  at the present land of Russia in borders after 1992. A fortunes of Poles in this remote easterly territories of the former Both Nations Republic turned out differently than by  Vistula, because not a few Poles had got to choose military service in the Russian Army since the end of the 18th cent. or they worked as engineers in different corners of former Russia since second half of the 19th century.

- Antoni Konstantynowicz signed the Second Manifesto of Lithuanian Nobility in 1763 

- Dominik Konstantynowicz was born in the Mahileu (either Mogiliow or Mogiljow by Dnepr, Mogilev =  Mahilyow by Dnieper, Moghilev) Government in Russia near by Krycau / Krychaw c. 1805.  

   A certain Konstantynowicz was gotten married with Oktawia Piottuch - Kublicki from Kublicze (= Kublicy) in accordance  with Boniecki; she was great-granddaughter of  

Stanislaw Duke Radziwill at Nieswiez / Nyasvizh  (b.1722) + Karolina nèe Pociej (b. 1732)  

and daughter of Jozef Piottuch - Kublicki of the Ostoja coat of arms (Oktawia born c. 1810, and Kublicy = Kublicze is situated in Uszacz region  = Ushachi, Usacy - that is west of Uszacz, the Witebsk / Vitsyebsk /  Vicebsk province, in district of Lepel / Lyepyel) Mentioned Konstantynowicz that was  Dominik born c. 1805, exceptionally well-off man, the second husband of Oktawia Piottuch - Kublicki because Jozef  Szumski was the first one. It was plenty of conversations among families of Zarakowski and Konstantynowicz even in the  middle of the twentieth century about wealth of Dominik. 

   These spouses were related with: dukes Radziwill (one of richest person of Poland and Lithuania in eighteenth century, Stanislaw duke Radziwill was an immediate descendant of Aleksander Ludwik duke Radziwill - born  1594 - with "Trumpets" coat of arms and his wife Tekla nèe Wollowicz; also the descendant of  Mikolaj Krzysztof duke Radziwill  called  the "Black" born 1515 in Nieswiez  -  most influential man in Grand Principality of Lithuania in 16th cent. and an uncle of Barbara Radziwill),  dukes Oginski, Szumski, Piottuch  (- Kublicki), Smokowski, Soltan, Pociej  and Benislawski

   Note about the Piottuch - Kublicki family: 

   Ferdynand Piottuch - Kublicki, who was an activist of 1863 in the East Belarus, was friend of Artemiusz Viaryha - Dareuski from the  Vicebsk region and also Walerjan Weryho / Valerian Veryho (he was owner of the Stajki estate - South of Vicebsk, close to the Dymanowo station, where Russian police on 22nd April 1863 attempted to arrest him). Above Ferdynand  Piottuch - Kublicki was neighbour of Wasilewski and relation of Staniewicz; he and  duke Artemiusz Viaryha - Dareuski / Weryho stayed in Vicebsk in 1862 and in Stajki 1863. Artemiusz Viaryha - Dareuski was familiar to: Moniuszko, Odyniec, Syrokomla and with Aleksander Chodecki in Mohylew (Mahileu or Mogiliow) in 1859

    Note about the Benislawski family: 

     The Benislawskis from Polack / Polatsk / Polock, Vicebsk / Vitsyebsk / Witebsk, Lucyn / Ludza and Rzeczyce / Rzeczyca / Rezekne districts (here also in the thirties of the  20th  cent.). The bishop of Mogilev (Mohylew, Mahileu or Mogiliow), Jan Benislawski  who was in Rome 1783, consecrated new  R.C. church in Aglona, in SE  Latgale, 25 km SE of Preili and 40 km NE of  Daugavpils, in 1800.  The Kastyr estate  i.e. Kastire  was situated in this parish: 42,5 km NE of  Daugavpils (Dunaburg,  Dyneburg), and belonged to the noble Dunaburg marshal Jozef  Brzezinski and next Zaba family.

This branch of the Konstantynowiczs come from Dominik Konstantynowicz with the Fox coat of arms.


Brief explanation:

The first on the Ciechanowiecki - Chrapowicki - Konstantynowicz and the SWOLNA estate:

Jerzy Stanislaw Ciechanowiecki, 1893-1930 had great-grandparents: Stanislaw Ciechanowiecki, 1790-1848; Jan Riznic, 1792-1861; Wiktoria Zdziechowska, 1800-1859 and Paulina Beydo-Rzewuska, 1808-1866.

Grandparents: Pawel JĂłzef Ciechanowiecki - the County Marshal of Lepel [see Piottuch-Kublicki and WERYHO], 1815-1888; Aleksandra Maria Riznic, 1831-1884; Richard Kimens, 1831-1876; Aloisa Whitmore Perks, 1838-1907

[Aloisa Whitmore Perks 1838–1907 was the daughter of William PERKS and Alojza Papi. William Whitmore Perks born ca 1807, was the son of John Whitmore Perks and Marianna Herm. Explanation: William Whitmore Perks, 1807 - 1875, son of mentioned John Perks and Ann Perks born Whitmore. John was born ca 1781. Ann PERKS was born in 1783, in Shonleigh, Warwickshire, UK. William had 3 siblings: Elżbieta Selina Elise Gertz born Perks and 2 others. William married Alojza Franciszka Geysmer, Perks born Papi. Marriage in 1837 {Alojza married Jan Henryk Geysmer in 1832. Jan was born in 1780, in Hamburg}. Alojza was born in August 1810, in Triest. William had 8 children: named above Alojza Kimens born Perks; Wiktoria Teresa Perks and 6 others. Named Alojza Franciszka Geysmer, Perks born Papi, 1810 - 1862, was the daughter of Alojzy / Ludwik / Luigi Papi and Marianna / Maria Sara Papi born Hacha (Edgecomb); Alojzy PAPI was born ca 1769, in Triest, Italy. Marianna HACHA was born ca 1789. Alojza had a brother Jan Papi.
Named Alojza married William Whitmore Perks in 1837; William was born in 1807, in Brackley, Northampton, UK, was the owner of Mechanical Works Factory in Warsaw, died in 1875.
They had 8 children: Alojza Kimens born Perks; Wiktoria Teresa Perks and 6 others. "Whitmore ancestors lived in Brackley in the second half of the eighteenth century. Some moved to London and Birmingham, some went straight to Birmingham. They were carpenters and peruke makers / hairdressers"].

Parents: Wladyslaw Michal Ciechanowiecki, 1860-1910 and Maria Ludwika Kimens, 1869-1952.

Mentioned Stanislaw Ciechanowiecki, 1790-1848 in KurmanĂłw, had great-grandparents:
Dominik Chrapowicki, 1700-1729 [or born ca 1695 - see below !!!!!] and JĂłzef Niemirowicz-Szczytt, 1700-1744; Rozalia Rypinska; Petronela Scholastyka Wolodkowicz, 1708-1779.

Grandparents: Feliks Nikodem Ciechanowiecki, foreman of Mscislaw [see below]; Krystyna Abramowicz, 1694-1738; Eustachy JĂłzef Chrapowicki, ca 1730-1791; Teresa Niemirowicz-Szczytt, 1730-1778.

Parents: JĂłzef Ciechanowiecki, 1740-1801 and Anna Chrapowicka born 1760 [see below].

Above Dominik Chrapowicki born ca 1695,
married Rozalia Rypinska with children:
1. JĂłzef CHRAPOWICKI, MP, General-major of Lithuania, castellan of Mscislaw (1786-1792), 1727-1801, m. Helena Hilaria Wiktoria Suffczynska;

2. Jan Chrapowicki, official in Polock (1765), married Balbina Pakosz, with: Piotr Celestyn Chrapowicki m. Helena GĂłrecka and Michal Chrapowicki;

3. Eustachy JĂłzef Chrapowicki, ca 1730-1791, official in Starodub (1765), m. Teresa Niemirowicz-Szczytt, 1730-1778 with children:
1. JĂłzef Chrapowicki, 1750-1812 m. Pss Magdalena Oginska;
2. Anna Chrapowicka b. 1760, m. JĂłzef Ciechanowiecki, 1740-1801.

Above Feliks Nikodem Ciechanowiecki official in Mscislaw, married twice; 2nd to Krystyna Abramowicz, 1694-1738, with son mentioned above JĂłzef CIECHANOWIECKI, General of Lithuania (1775), 1740-1801 + mentioned above Anna Chrapowicka who had a son Stanislaw Ciechanowiecki 1790-1848 m. Wiktoria Zdziechowska.

Above Feliks Nikodem Ciechanowiecki
was grandson of
Wojciech Konstanty Ciechanowiecki born ca 1630 - d. 1675 who was the son of Krzysztof Ciechanowiecki and Antonila Horska.

Wojciech Konstanty Ciechanowiecki signed Albrycht / Albrecht, died 1675, a Lithuanian military politician. He was the son of Krzysztof Ciechanowiecki and Anotonela / Antonila Drucki-Horski, princes. He was one of the most significant in the Mscislaw province - the Eastern Borderlands of the Grand Duchy. Wojciech Konstanty Ciechanowiecki signed Albrycht / Albrecht married Anna Kantakuzen 1 voto Hieronim Korsak, 3rd voto Samuel Kmicic; he had 3 daughters and 6 sons.

Note to above HORSKA:

Augustyn Konstantynowicz born ca 1645, the Mscislaw writer, from whom Krzysztof Franciszek Ciechanowiecki born ca 1650, (once called Krzysztof Mikolaj Ciechanowiecki), son of Michal Wincenty Ciechanowiecki, bought the land estate of Bielyj Mech / Bialy Mech. Above Ciechanowiecki, Michal Wincenty, born ca 1625; inf. 1685, mentioned in 1653, signed the election of Michael Korybut Wisniowiecki to the king in 1669, was the 5th son of Krzysztofa Stanislaw or Krzysztof Stanislawowicz Ciechanowiecki born ca 1600, and Drucka-Horska; received in 1673 the Choslaw estate by his mother Antonella Drucka-Horska.
Above Krzysztof Franciszek CIECHANOWIECKI / Krzysztof Mikolaj Ciechanowiecki, was the brother of Mikolaj / Boguslaw Mikolaj Ciechanowiecki, son of mentioned Michal Wincenty Ciechanowiecki.
Named above Ciechanowiecki, Mikolaj / Ciechanowiecki, Boguslaw Mikolaj, was the son of Marianna Kotowska / Marcjanna Ciechanowiecka and Michal Wincenty Ciechanowiecki.
RĂłza, was the daughter of named Krzysztof Franciszek Ciechanowiecki. Marcin / Marcjan Adam, was the son of named Krzysztof Franciszek; Antoni Tadeusz, son of named Krzysztof Franciszek; JĂłzef, son of Krzysztof Franciszek; Mikolaj / Michal Ciechanowiecki, son of Krzysztof Franciszek; and Stanislaw, son of mentioned above Krzysztof Franciszek Ciechanowiecki.
Krzysztof Franciszek Ciechanowiecki bought the village of Bialy Mech; he was the writer of Mstislav; Samuel Ciechanowiecki wrote a letter in 1705 on above Krzysztof.

The first wife of Krzysztof Franciszek Ciechanowiecki, b. ca 1650, was unknown Konstantynowicz with the FOX / Lis coat of arms, born ca 1655 - maybe the sister of Augustyn Konstantynowicz, b. 1645.


Comments to named above Belyy Mokh, village [Bialy Mech]:

Nikolai Sudzilovsky-Russel / Mikolaj Sudzilowski, chemist, naturalists, philosophers, physicists, a revolutionary in Romania; he was member of the American Genetics Society. Sudzilovsky was born in a POLISH noble family in Mogilev, Belarus.
In autumn 1868 in St. Petersburg Nicholas Sudzilovski organize rallies; 1869 Sudzilovski was forced to transfer to the Medical Faculty of the University of Kiev; 1873-1874 was one of the organizers of the "community of Kiev", when his plan was discovered, he fled and escaped from Russia. He discovered several islands of the central Pacific; was also a member of several scientific societies in Japan and China. Conducted revolutionary propaganda among the Russian troops during the Russian-Turkish war of 1877-1878.

Compare:
In 1885 Jozef Pilsudski started medical studies at Kharkov University, where he became involved with Narodnaya Volya, part of the Russian Narodniki revolutionary movement. 1886 he was suspended for participating in student demonstrations. He was rejected by the University of Dorpat / Tartu, Estonia; on 22 March 1887 he was arrested by Tsarist authorities on a charge of plotting with Vilnius socialists to assassinate Tsar Alexander III - with his elder brother Bronislaw Pilsudski. Bronislaw Pilsudski was sentenced to fifteen years' hard labor in eastern Siberia.

Bronislaw Pilsudski in September 1885 left for St. Petersburg to try to obtain a gymnasium graduation certificate as an external student and to enter university studies. March 1887 he was arrested in his Petersburg flat for an problematic involvement in an attempt on the life of Alexander the Third with 14 other accused, including V. I. Lenin's brother, Aleksandr Ulyanov / Alexandr Ulianov. He was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in Sakhalin near by Japan! Bronislaw Pilsudski was also sentenced to the death and the sentence was only later changed to the exile penalty - started his long march on 9th August 1887; in 1896 amnesty; 1898 Bronislaw Pilsudski worked in the Museum, in Vladivostok 1899 - 1902, secretary of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society and worked to a local newspaper;
1902 - 1905 again in Sakhalin with ethnographical expedition + Waclaw Sieroszewski;
in 1903 met with Waclaw Sieroszewski,
in October 1905 - Japan; November 1905 again Japan with N. P. Matveyev and Shimei - Hasegawa; to August 1906 - Kobe, Tokyo, Yokohama and
Nagasaki: talked with Nikolay Russel / N. K. Sudzilovskiy / Mikolaj Sudzilowski from USA in May 1905. January 1906 Bronislaw Pilsudski again in Tokyo, Japan; but Russel moved to Nagasaki. In February 1906 B. Pilsudski in Tokyo with S. Katayama; in March 1906 in Tokyo with Chinese revolutionaries;
July 1906 Bronislaw Pilsudski in Nagasaki with Russel, in Tokyo with Futabatei, Okuma, Iwamoto and Itagaki, Yokoyama.
Bronislaw Pilsuski left Japan (April 27, Russel started 'Volya' in Nagasaki which Pilsudski promoted; on July 11, Bronislaw Pilsudski in Nagasaki, Japan; Tokijiro sent a letter from Shinjuku in Tokyo to Pilsudski in Inasa, Nagasaki (Mount Inasa / Inasa-yama is a hill to the west of Nagasaki);
on July 29, 1906 Bronislaw Pilsudski left Nagasaki for Yokohama or 23 July) to USA, France and Bystre village close to Zakopane in Austria (see Wladyslaw Zamoyski / Zamojski 1906 in Paris and Zakopane).

Note:
Azbelev Nikolay, son of Pavel Azbelev, arrived to Nagasaki with 'Cesarevich' on 15 April 1891, when as Captain, 1890 - 1891 sailed to the East. In a Memoirs 1870 - 1911 wrote down on 21 September / 4 October 1903: after dinner come Nikolay Azbelev, general major, with Waclaw L. Sieroszewski. At this time the Russian envoy to Japan government was Baron Rosen who talked with Russian lieutenant- general Alekseev in Port Arthur - October 1903; in 1903 Waclaw Sieroszewski lived at Hokkaido. Colonel N. Azbelev or General, sailed to Nagasaki, but in 1904 this ship was taken Japanese.

Above mentioned Nikolay Russel / N. K. Sudzilovskiy / Sudzilowski Mikolaj, b. 1850 - d. 1930, a scientist-ethnographer, geographer, Polish - Belarusian origin; was Senator to the Territory of Hawaii 1900;
his father Konstantin Stepanovich Sudzilovsky (d. 1883), Secretary of the Chamber of Mogilev civil and criminal court.
Sisters: Nadezhda Sudzilovskaya (1853), by her husband Tihovskaya, a revolutionary populist. Eugene K. Sudzilovskaya (1854), her first husband Trofimenko, the second Volynski, a revolutionary populist; brothers: Konstantin Sudzilovsky (d. 1916), Alexander K. Sudzilovsky, Sergey K. Sudzilovsky; children: Vera Sudzilovskaya (d. 1964, Skobel), Maria Nikolaevna Sudzilovskaya (d. 1937).
Sudzilovsky born in Mogilev, in an noble family from an estate Fastow in the Mstislavsky County.
Collaborated with famous Bulgarian revolutionary Hristo Botev. Lived in Bulgaria, followed by Greece. In 1887 he moved to San Francisco. Roussel also established contacts with the Russian political emigres who lived in the early 1890s in the United States. Roussel, had an American passport by 1891.

Explanation to named
Fastow in the Mstislavsky County (the Mscislaw county): in 1910 in the Stare Siolo / Staresiele / Staroselie / Starasiellie / Starosielee district.

Note on:
a. Ksenzovschina - a village in Mstislav County or Malahovschina in Staroselskaya parish, Mstislav county.
b. Verkeevschina village is located 19 km southwest of Mstislavl.
c. Osmolovichi belonged the Staroselskaya parish, the Mstislav district, Mogilev Province.
d. We remember on Chekhovska Lucja / Lucja Czechowska born 13 Dec. 1881 in GluchĂłwka / Gluchowka / Gluhuvka near Mscislaw / Mscislaw now Byeloruss / Belarus. Died on 31 July 1967 in Legionow, near to Warsaw.

In March 1874 Nikolai Sudzilovsky came from St. Petersburg to Saratov. It is possible that a student has been selected Pokrovsk. He was born in Mogilev in 1850.
Nicholas Sudzilovsky had relatives in Pokrovsk [at present ENGELS - east part of SARATOW], the Novouzensk county, Samara province. Father was once a wealthy nobleman; the origin of the surname associated with the name Sudzily: Sudzilovskaya village that is Fastow in the Mstislavsky district, Mogilev province.
Nikolai Sudzilovsky moved in 1874 to London, 1875 in Geneve, 1876 Bulgaria, 1877 Romania, 1887 San Francisco, next Hawaii with Kraus / Krauze, Komorski, Pienkowski, Jarecki.
His father Konstanty SUDZILOWSKI / Constantine Sudzilovski had 8 children: Nicholas and his seven brothers and sisters. Four brothers and their sister converted to revolutionary activities. In the summer of 1874, Nikolai Sudzilovsky moved to Nikolayev (now Pugachev), where he lived with his brother Sergei, also an active member of the populist movement. It is possible that the move was caused by populists events in
Saratov, May 31, 1874 [see KRZYZANOWSKI HLEB / Gleb].
On this day, the police forced to a one-story house on the street Tsaritsyn / Kiseleva, 6 where was living revolutionary Johann Pelkonen, which was something like illegal headquarters. On the last day of May 1874 Pelkonen was arrested in Saratov and have detained 193 revolutionary populist. However, according to other sources, Sudzilovsky back in March 1874 to Nikolayev, not in Pokrovsk. In Nikolayev got a medical assistant in a local hospital. At work he was received by Dr. Alexander Kadyan, revolutionary too, a graduate of the St. Petersburg Medical-Surgical Academy; , a member of the student unrest, collaborated with the Populists and help them. In Nikolayev acted a group of Voynaralsky, which was attended by Nicholas Sudzilovsky and Kadyan - he was arrested on June 24, 1874, and Nicholas Sudzilovsky - according to one version - went with his brother in Samara, on the other - in Nizhny Novgorod. Nicholas Sudzilovsky-Roussel after an unsuccessful escape blocked entrances to the apartment, along with colleague, a countryman, Sergei Kovalik. However, Kovalik and Sudzilovsky reached the Volga, where decided to take a ferry to the right bank of the Volga region, and then on the boat to go to Nizhny Novgorod. In Samara, Kovalik and Sudzilovsky parted, miraculously escaped arrest and left Russia, - abroad Sudzilovsky took the pseudonym Roussel: meeting with Marx and Sun Yat-sen, the establishment of the socialist movement in Romania and participated in anti- Ottoman uprising in Bulgaria, moving to North America, the presidency of the Hawaiian Islands and in the last years of his life, he decided to return home, but he disagree with the Bolsheviks; the new government did not forget the old revolutionary Sudzilovsky received from the Soviet government personal pension; but he was a member of the National Society of Political Prisoners, published in the journal; but to Russia, he did not return. On the way home from China, he died on April 30, 1930. Sudzilowski looked toward America as the center of democracy, already in 1860's when he was still a student of the University of Kiev; Sudzilowski and some friends founded the 'American Circle', for establishing an agricultural commune in America.
When Sudzilowski came to California, he immediately became involved in American political life changing his name to Russel.
He got a job as an American consular official in the Caribbean Islands. Later, in 1890, he settled in Hawaii. In 1900 as Kalka Lukin was a senator of Hawaii, 1900 / 1901 as president of the Hawaiian Senate. Russel used his authority to aid patriots from Ukraine. He helped some thirty Ukrainian families to settle on Hawaiian plantations in 1900's. During the Russo-Japanese War he journeyed to Japan, he became active among the Russian prisoners of war, giving medical aid and he spoke at meetings, contributed to newspapers, wrote theoretical Pamphlets on political and humanitarian issues, attacking the Russian regime. After his Japanese adventures, Sudzilowski-Russel decided to stay in the Far East, settled 1921 in China and acted with Sun Yat Sen / Sun Yat-sen; in China he died in 1930. In 1912 Kalka Lukin / Sudzilowski- Russel lived in Philippines.
His wifes: 1. Sawicz (married in Geneve / Genewa in 1875), 2. Shebeko / Szebeko (1887), 3. 3rd married in 1920?
His children: Dik and Garri (in Philippines), and Flora.
Named Liubov Savich / Sawicz b. 1852, daughter of Lishina b. 1832.

Note on Oura / Oura in Nagasaki, Japan:

Jozef Pilsudski visit Japan in the summer of 1904. It had at least secured the assistance of Japanese officers in the embassy in Paris in training Poles in the making of explosives and the construction of bombs. Pilsudski traveled to Tokyo, where he offered to supply Japan with intelligence in support of war with Russia. He proposed the creation of a Polish Legion, suggested a 'Promethean' project to Yamagata Aritomo for starting a guerrilla war in Poland. Pilsudski received Japan's help in weapons and ammunition for the combat organisation; in the fall of 1904, Pilsudski formed the Combat Organization of the Polish Socialist Party; in March 1905 the paramilitary began using bombs to assassinate selected Russian police officers. In June 1905, Pilsudski sent paramilitary aid to an uprising in LĂłdz.

Bronislaw Pilsudski also stayed in Japan from the beginning of October 1905 to August 3rd, 1906, visiting Hakodate, Kobe, Tokyo, Yokohama, and Nagasaki.

Futabatei Shimei was the most important person Pilsudski met in Japan, Tokyo in 1906; see: A. F. Majewicz & T. Wicherkiewicz, Bronislaw Pilsudski and Futabatei Shimei ..., 1999. Futabatei had a great interest in Russian and Polish revolutionaries and he ungrudgingly helped Pilsudski, introducing him to various people, and about an estate of 100 acres, which Nikolaj Russel (1850-1930) owned in Hawaii, in order to make funds for Russian and Polish revolutionaries.
Russel / Sudzilovskij, "...was a Polish-Russian revolutionary who took refuge in America in 1887 and was later naturalized in the Hawaiian Kingdom. In May 1905 he came to Japan with the aim of turning Russian and Polish prisoners of the Russo - Japanese war against the Russian tsar. He became a journalist for the Russian weekly 'Japonija i Rossija' in Kobe for Russian and Polish prisoners. ...
Russel later moved to Nagasaki, where he rallied his comrades to publish the Russian revolutionary newspaper Volja (Liberty) on April 27th 1906. Futabatei and Pilsudski enthusiastically visited the famous Japanese statesmen Okuma Shigenobu and Itagaki Taisuke, the proprietor of Mainichi Shinbun ... Shimada Saburo, the educator and critic Iwamoto Yoshiharu...".
Pilsudski, in a letter to Russel dated April 10th 1906, wrote:
I have visited Okuma and several other persons... Pilsudski in another letter to Russel, dated March 3rd - 4th of the same year, wrote: Nothing changed here. ... In this connection the declaration of V. Gorvits 'Ot redaktsii' was published in the sixth issue of Volja... Russian and Polish revolutionaries were secret allies of the Japanese government. Futabatei's friendship with Pilsudski did not stop. Futabatei regarded Pilsudski as an 'old infant' and liked him as such. Pilsudski and Futabatei organized the Polish-Japanese Society and decided to translate the literature of each country in order to promote the development of relations between Poland and Japan in the future. Futabatei introduced Pilsudski to Yokoyama Gennosuke (1870-1915) in the spring of 1906; Pilsudski met Volkenshtein in Japan.
At the beginning of July 1906 Pilsudski went to Nagasaki.
On July 30th he left Nagasaki by ship, on August 3rd left Japan for Galicia (Austrian Poland) via America. On the main street of Ginza in Tokyo, Pilsudski rented a room from the end of January to July 1906 - had a connection with Russian merchants in Vladivostok and sold natural ice transported from Hakodate in Hokkaido and milk, as well as ice cream and foreign-made wines later.
In 1908 Futabatei visited St. Petersburg as a special correspondent for the newspaper Asahi and met Zarnowska - wife of Bronislaw Pilsudski - who was staying at a relative's home there. He did not, however, manage to see Pilsudski.
Russel-Pilsudski letters were wrote from Kataoka, Oura, Nagasaki in December 1906 to Kobe: "...Unfortunately my ship Manchuria, in which I was supposed to go ... I have to wait as long as 10 days, Aug. 30 departing next ... for the past week with no cablegrams from Russia. What's this? ... strike or silence ... We need nationless state, ... composed not of major national and regional ... such as the Amer. state or the Swiss cantons. Why the Swiss do not have a 3-regional parliaments: German, French and Italian? ... Thank you very much for your detailed letter, ... Do not forget me and write often address 'Freedom', Bow Debski and Raevskii. Yours sincerely, Dr. N. Russel. P. S. If you're in Washington, DC, to see my friend Professor Henshow, enclose a card". And letter from Kataoka, Nagasaki, November 16th: ...Raevskii S. Franciszek going out soon to move to Austria, Poland. His plan - to work among the Poles ... Plossky left here yesterday with his family through the Suez Canal to Galicia. Next letter from Kataoka, Oura, Nagasaki - Japan, to Bronislaw Pilsudski: ... promised to send letter to Baron Vaclav Lyudvigovich Statler, now in Krakow, I tried to persuade Plosski stay here. ... Prof Henshow writes me from Washington that received your letter...
Pilsudski goes to Nagasaki and directly supports Russel in his activities. Next Bronislaw Pilsudski on board the Ship 'Dakota' from Nagasaki to Seatle.
In Oura, Nagasaki, Japan, a church was built soon after 1853. Oura in Nagasaki, Japan (Oura Higasimati district; Oura Ishibashi str.; Oura- machi).
GAILLARD, J. Jeune / Jeune GAILLARD, 1896, a General Store was opened at Nagasaki at 12 Oura under the name of J. Gaillard, the Nagasaki branch of Gaillard & Co., which was led by Jean Sirot. Sirot came from Shanghai. The Nagasaki branch provisioned the French Navy with coal, food and other provisions and in 1897 the branch specialized in wine and spirits. From 1889 to 1903 only C. Joana is listed as head of this branch and J. Gaillard is only mentioned in 1901, with Rene Chevalier Lavaure, to 1904.

The SUDZILOWSKI family had the Lubicz coat of arms. Samples: Sudzilowski, Wilno in 1867. Zahar Iwanowicz Myszkowskij b. ca 1860, had 6 children: 1. Iwan Zaharowicz MYSZKOWSKI b. 1886 in Gannovka, close to Borisovichi; at half way from Czerykow / Tsherykau to KLIMOVICHI. South to Kryczew ca 20 km. 4. Matrona Zaharowna Myszkowska m. Sudzilowski. Iwan Iwanowicz Myszkowskij b. ca 1870 in Sidorovka, General, lived in the Smolensk prov.; m. Hanna Liawonowna Zienkowicz. Praskowja Iwanowna Myszkowska m. Andrzej Sudzilowskij.

SIDARAUKA / Sidorovka is a village in the Klimovichi district of the Mogilev region. Settlement of the Klimovichi district - 3 km north-east to SUDZILY ! and 21 km south-east to Klimovitchi / Klimowicze / Klimavitshi, south to Tarasovitchi.

Mentioned above Konstantin Stepanovich Sudzilovsky - The secretary of the Mogilyov chamber of civil and criminal court.

Konstantin Stepanovich Sudzilovsky died 1883. His property Fastov - farm in the Mstislav / Mstislavl district of the Mogilev province of the Russian Empire; in the Stare-Sielska / Staroselskaya / Staroselsk volost. Fastovo / Fastov / Fastova / FASTOW / and Bialy Mech / Belyy Mokh, village are situated in the same volost.
Close to Bezgachevo, Bobriki, Bolshaya Slobodka, Bordyshevshchina, Bykovichi, Chertovo, Danilovsk.
Fastowo, since 1867 belonged to Sudzilowski; mill and Orthodox Church, first owned by Eliasz SURYN, official in MSCISLAW; including KOCISZEW.

Fastovo, village - in the Staroje Sialo district. Named Staroe Selo, is situated north-west to MSCISLAW, 12 km; see Bialy Mech / BIELY MOCH, close to Packava, Danilausk / Danilovsk, Sudolszczyna / Sudovshchina, village, and Osmolowicze / Asmoloviczy.
Named above Stare Sielo - 13 km east to Bialy Mech / Biely Moch - Bieloj Moch; and south-west to Chvostovo / FASTOWO / Fastov. Bialy Mech is ex-property of Konstantynowicz, then CIECHANOWIECKI.

Named Fastowo / Chvostovo, south-west to Shelegovka and Vojnino / VOYNINO - now Russia, near to Rzawien, north-east; by the Vikhra river / Wicher river; north-west to MSTISLAV, ie. 16 km. Today at the border of Belarus; few km south to Platkovo; south-east to Niescierava and Shamava of Konstantynowicz;
Fastowo is north-east-north to Staroje Sialo.


We back to CHRAPOWICKI:

JĂłzef Chrapowicki, 1750-1812, the son of Eustachy Chrapowicki 1730-1791, and Teresa SZCZYT, grandson of Rozalia RYPINSKA and Dominik Chrapowicki, 1695-1729, and great-grandson of Krystyna LOWEJKO and Eustachy Chrapowicki the 1st, born ca 1660; Jozef was the official of Starodub, 1778, married three times:
1st Franciszka Hryniewiecka - in 1812 divorced with Franciszka Hryniewiecka (she m. Woynillowicz);
2nd to Magdalena Oginska [daughter of JĂłzef Oginski, 1713-1776 and Apolonia Wyhowska 1700-1751].
3rd to Anna RADZIWILL, daughter of Duke Mikolaj Radziwill 1747-1811, General, and Css Franciszka Butler b. 1757.

The marshals of the SIEBIEZ county:

1. Chrapowicki Dominik;

2.
Ogiński JĂłzef (1807), son of Ignacy Ogiński, 1755-1787 and JĂłzefa Zofia Ogińska, 1760-1846; grandson of JĂłzef Ogiński 1713-1776 [see below !]; Antonina Białłozor, 1728-1812; Andrzej Ignacy Ogiński 1740-1787 + Paula Anna Szembek 1737-1798.
Named Jozef Oginski born 1713, m. 2nd in 1751 to Antonina Białłozor / Antonina Monwid-Bialozor; Antonina was born ca 1728; they had 2 children: mentioned above Ignacy Oginski, 1755-1787 + named above JĂłzefa Zofia Ogińska, 1760- 1846.
Note:
Apolonia Ogińska born Wyhowska, in ca 1710 / ca 1717 / 1730 - 1751. Apolonia Oginski Wyhowska married Jozef Prince Oginski. They had daughter: Apolonia Oginski, 2nd, born 1751.

Stanislaw Jurewicz was the son of JOZEF JUREWICZ / Иосиф Jurievitsch b. ca 1770, and Joanna or ANNA DESPOT ZENOWICZ / Анна Юревич b. ca 1770 / 1775.
Anna Zenowicz Jurewicz was the daughter of Jozef Despot ZENOWICZ / Иосиф Дешпо-Зенович b. ca 1745, and POLONIA OGINSKA / Полония Дешпо-Зенович, 2nd, b. ca 1751.
Anna Zenowicz Jurewicz b. ca 1770 / 1775, was the wife of named JOZEF JUREWICZ / Иосиф Jurievitsch b. ca 1770; the mother of Stanisław Jurievitsch b. 1800 / 1802 and Anna von Wrangell nee Jurewicz, b. 1819 !

Named Apolonia Oginski (born Wyhowska), ca 1717 - 1751 or born 1710 / 1730, married Jozef Prince Oginski. They had 3 daughters [?]: Katarzyna Princess Oginska and 2 other children - see above POLONIA OGINSKA / Полония Дешпо-Зенович, 2nd, b. ca 1751.

JĂłzef Ogiński b. 1713, died in 1776, son of Karol Oginski and Rachela Teresa WYHOWSKA; husband of unknown Oginska; 2nd to Antonina [born Monwid-Bialozor; Antonina was born ca 1728; they had 2 children: Ignacy Oginski]; 3rd married to Apolonija Oginski WYHOWSKA. Father of Helena Wiktoria Łopacińska; Ignacy Oginski and Magdalena Chrapowicka. Copyright by Andrzej Hennel.

Above Apolonija Oginski (Vyhovska) b. ca 1710, d. 1751. Jozef Oginski, 1713 - 1776. Karol OGINSKI was born ca 1690. Rachela was born in 1694. Apolonia Oginski (born Wyhowska) was born ca 1710.
2nd source: Apolonia Ogińska (born Wyhowska) was born ca 1730, to Jerzy Wyhowski and Helena Bożeniec - Jełowicka, Wyhowska (born Czarnowska). Jerzy was born in 1680. Helena was born in 1700. Apolonia had sister Zofia Niemirycz (born Wyhowska).
Apolonia married JĂłzef Ogiński in 1750. They had one or two / three daughters: Magdalena Chrapowicka (born Ogińska).

Above Jozef Oginski born 1713, m. 1st in 1738, to Apolonia Oginska, Wyhowska. His children:
1.
Magdalena Ogińska b. ca 1750 + JĂłzef Chrapowicki the Marshal of the Połock governorate, official in Starodub (1778); with the sons:
Antoni Chrapowicki, 1775-1851 + Wolska + Ewelina Światopełk-Mirska;
Michał Chrapowicki + Joanna Okuszko;
Eustachy Chrapowicki + Amelia Gorska.
2.
Polonia Oginska 2nd b. ca 1751.

Above Jozef Oginski born 1713, m. 2nd in 1751 to Antonina Białłozor [Antonina Monwid-Bialozor; Antonina was born ca 1728; they had 2 children: Ignacy Oginski], 1728-1812, with:
1. Ignacy Oginski, 1755-1787 + JĂłzefa Zofia Ogińska, 1760-1846, with children:
Paulina Antonina Franciszka Ogińska 1780-1799 + JĂłzef Nepomucen Nicefor Łopaciński;
Gabriel JĂłzef Andrzej Ogiński 1784-1842 + Kunegunda Broel-Plater 1783-1865.

2. Anna Ogińska born ca 1760 + Tadeusz Zyndram-Kościałkowski + JĂłzef Oskierka.

Above Jozef Oginski born 1713, m. 3rd to UNKNOWN, with daughter
Helena Wiktoria Ogińska {born ??} 1752-1788 + Jan Nikodem Łopaciński official in Mińsk in 1767, 1747-1810.

Jozef Chrapowicki [1750-1812, the son of Eustachy Chrapowicki b. 1730] had children:
Antoni Chrapowicki 1775-1851 m. Wolska, 2nd to Ewelina Swiatopelk-Mirska;
Michal Chrapowicki + Joanna OKUSZKO + Jozefa KORSAK;
Eustachy Chrapowicki + Amelia GORSKA with son Ignacy Antoni Chrapowicki.
JĂłzefa Chrapowicka 1780-1842 + Franciszek Woynillowicz + 2nd Apolinary Morawski.

JĂłzef Chrapowicki, who was the son of Dominik Chrapowicki - see above.

Jozef CHRAPOWICKI had brother Eustachy Chrapowicki [see below !]. JOZEF Chrapowicki was Army Major General; Member of Smolensk, and the Polotsk Province on the election of King Stanislaw August. In 1765, a judge of the Smolensk land, office in Mscislaw in 1784; inf. of 1786, 1785, 1787, 1774 owner of Dworzno; 1791, m. Helena Suffczynska, childless.

Above Dominik Chrapowicki b. ca 1695, was son of Michal Chrapowicki / Michail b. ca 1660, died 1710, who was the son of ANDRZEJ CHRAPOWICKI b. ca 1640. Or maybe Dominik Chrapowicki, 1695-1729, was the son of Krystyna LOWEJKO and Eustachy Chrapowicki the 1st, born ca 1660.

DOMINIK / Dementij Chrapowicki was a taskmaster. Named Dominik Chrapowicki born before 1700, d. 1729, was the husband of Rozalia Rypinska, and was the father of above
Eustachy Chrapowicki;
Jerzy Chrapowicki;
Jan Chrapowicki;
Jakov / JAKOB Chrapowicki - Colonel of Smolensk (1741), and a judge of Smolensk (1780);
and mentioned above JĂłzef Chrapowicki b. ca 1729.

Siemon Y. Khrapovitsky / Chrapowicki (1752 - 1819) was son of mentioned above Jakob / Jacob Chrapowicki b. ca 1725, and grandson of Dementiy / Dominikas / DOMINIK Chrapowicki b. ca 1695.

Mentioned above Eustachy Chrapowicki, the judge in Polotsk, in 1765 the owner of the Swolna estate; with Balbina PakoszĂłwna had a son Piotr Celestine Chrapowicki / Piotr Celestyn Chrapowicki, who bought Sielut / SIELUTA in 1805, served the Russian Army, m. Helena GĂłrecka with her son Michal Chrapowicki, Marshal of the province of Vitebsk, married to Countess Lidia Apraksin. His sons:
Aleksander, an officer of the Russian Chevalier;
N. Teplov; and
Dimitri Chrapowicki married with lady of the Russian court.

Eustachy Chrapowicki, come from a branch of Jan Chrapowicki, inf. Vitebsk, Mozyr in 1623, the owner of Kochanowicze in the province of Polotsk [close to SWOLNA], married to Christine Lowejko / Krystyna Lowejko, and had several sons and a daughter, Helena Chrapowicka, married to Prince Dimitri Oginski in 1650.

The same branch of Chrapowicki: after it goes - named above
Dominik + Rozalia Rypinska,
and Tomasz Chrapowicki, inf. Polotsk in 1668;
Teofil Chrapowicki / Theophilus in Polotsk, assets from King Jan III.

Dominik Chrapowicki, owner of Kochanowicze, the estate [close to SWOLNA] then passed on to his son Eustachy Chrapowicki, who was born by Rozalia Rypinska.

Eustachy Chrapowicki inf. Starodub in 1765, 1775; in 1779 m. Teresa Szczyt; her son was JĂłzef Chrapowicki;
his father in Starodub in 1778, then was the Polock / Polotsk province marshal of the nobility.

Mentioned above JĂłzef Chrapowicki in 1812 divorced with Franciszka Hryniewiecka (she m. Woynillowicz), and 2nd time married to a princess Magdalena Oginska with sons: Antoni Chrapowicki; Michal Chrapowicki, and Eustachy jr. Chrapowicki, b. 1790;

below sons of above JĂłzef Chrapowicki:

1) Anthony / Antoni Chrapowicki, 1775-1851 married (two times: N. Wolska b. 1790; Ewelina) to Ewelina Mirska / Ewelina Swiatopelk-Mirska, owner of Datnow, his sons:
Adam, b. 1820, the owner of Datnow;
Gabriel / Gabryel Chrapowicki, 1820 - 1881, owner of Terespol;
and daughters, Stanislawa Klobukowska and Antonina Kreutz.

Above Ewelina Chrapowicka nee Swiatopelk-Mirska, daughter of Stanislaw Wojciech Swiatopelk-Mirski and Stanislawa; wife of Antoni Chrapowicki; mother of Gabriel Chrapowicki; Adam Chrapowicki and Antonina Kreutz, by Andrzej Hennel.

Mentioned above Adam Chrapowicki married three times:
a. Maria Römer b. 1829, d. 1852, daughter of Józef Römer and Aleksandra; she was mother of Ewelina Lubieniecka in 1871 m. to January Lubieniecki.
b. Kamila Berg / Camilla Berg, with son son Eustachy Chrapowicki, who died in his youth;
c. Sophie Chlewinska with son Anthony (Zofia Chlewinska daughter of Jan Pawel Laurentius Chlewinski and Franciszka Puzyna; mother of Antoni Chrapowicki).
Antoni Chrapowicki married to Helena Janczewski b. 1875, daughter of Kazimierz and Helena Oskierko; owner of Terespol.

2) Michal Chrapowicki, Marschall of Dzisna county [DRYSSA], and Minsk Province, owner of JasnogĂłrki and Korolla in Zmudz, and Prozorok in the county of Dzisna, m. 1st Joanna OkuszkĂłwna / Okuszko with a son [ Michal Chrapowicki with his second wife - Jozefa Korsak had son Arkadyusz married Stefania Julia Radziwill 1825-1896 - owner of MIEZONKA] and a daughter:
a. Kazimierz Chrapowicki 1817-1881 married to Adela Ciechanowiecka 1823-1887 with children: Wlodzimierz Chrapowicki 1848-1909, Edward Chrapowicki 1853-1905;
b. JĂłzefa Chrapowicka b. (?) 1820 m. Stanislaw Makowiecki b. 1800 with children: Leontyna Makowiecka 1830-1902, Eugeniusz Makowiecki, Wincenty Makowiecki, Walerian Makowiecki.

Note on above
Kazimierz Chrapowicki b. 1817 / 1818, died in 1881 in Warsaw, 1837 officer, General lieutenant, war in 1849, 1856 at the Baltic Sea coast; 1877 Bessarabia.

His half-brother was Arkadiusz Chrapowicki / Arkady, m. to Stefania Radziwill
{b. 1825 in PARIS, d. 1896, owner of MIEZONKA, her parents: Mikołaj Radziwiłł b. 1801 d. 1853 and Вікторія Емілія Нарбут Радзивіл, d. 1855. Her grandparents: Mikołaj Radziwiłł b. 1751, d. 1811 and Franciszka Buttler. Great-grandparents: Stanisław Radziwiłł [see Dominik Konstantynowicz] b. 1722, d. 1787, and Karolina Pociej b. 1732, d. 1776; Michał Butler and BENEDYKTA PAC / Бенедикта Пац. Michal BUTLER was the son of Antoni Butler.

Remember on
1. Pierce Butler (born in 1774, d. 1864) was an Irish politician, elected to the United Kingdom House of Commons as Member of Parliament for County Kilkenny in 1832.
2. Kazimierz Ludwik Pilsudski b. ca 1710, + Marianna Kukiewicz, + Rozalia Puzyna; his sons: Wladyslaw (Wawrzyniec) Pilsudski b. ca 1750 + Butler; Ignacy Pilsudski b. 1750 + Wazynska; Pilsudska + Bajnart / Bejnart; Kazimierz Pilsudski 1750 - 1820.
3.
Adam Pilsudski (1869 Zulow, d. 1935), brother of MARSHAL JĂłzef Pilsudski; parents: JĂłzef Wincenty Pilsudski (1833-1902) and Maria Billewicz (1842-1884); grandparents Piotr Pilsudski (1795-1851) and Teodora Urszula Butler (1811-1886); great-grandparents Kazimierz Pilsudski (ca 1750 - ca 1820); Anna Billewicz (1761-1867); Wincenty Butler (d. 1843) and Malgorzata Billewicz}.

His [Kazimierz Chrapowicki b. 1817 / 1818] father was Michal Mikolaj Chrapowicki b. 1780,
and brother of his father - Antoni Chrapowicki m. Ewelina Kamilla Ewa Swiatopelk-Mirska;
grandparents of above Kazimierz:
Jozef Chrapowicki / Josil Chrapowicki and Magdalena Oginska b. ca 1760; her brother was Ignacy Oginski b. 1755, d. 1787, m. Jozefa.

Ignacy Oginski Duke, son of JĂłzef Oginski and Antonina Biallozor, husband of JĂłzefa Zofia Lopacinska, and father of Paulina Antonina Franciszka Lopacinska and Gabriel JĂłzef Oginski Duke; half brother of Helena Wiktoria Lopacinska and mentioned Magdalena Chrapowicka - inf. by Andrzej Hennel.

Gabriel Jozef Andrzej Oginski 1784-1842, Duke, General in 1831, next of kin of Michal Kleofas Oginski (1765-1833). His parents Ignacy Oginski 1755-1787 and Jozefa Zofia Oginska (b. 1760). Gabriel Jozef Andrzej Oginski in 1806 served the Grand Duchy of Warsaw.

Named Ignacy Oginski b. 1755, was the son of JĂłzef Oginski

(JĂłzef Oginski born in 1713 in the Krzywy RĂłg county, d. 1776, son of Karol Oginski; Karol b. ca 1690

[his brother was Marcjan Oginski / Marcian Michal Oginski b. 1672 in Witebsk with children:
Benedykta Tyszkiewicz d. before 1748,
Barbara Pac d. 1725,
Ignacy Oginski b. 1698,
Marciana Potocka b. ca 1700 d. 1766,
Stanislaw Oginski 1710 - 1748,
Tadeusz Franciszek Oginski 1712 - 1783,
Andrzej Ignacy Oginski 1739 - 1787 with his children:
JĂłzefa Oginska, and
born 1765 in Guzow famous Michal Kleofas Oginski 1765 - 1833
with his children: Emma Brzostowska / Wysocka,
Tadeusz Antoni Oginski 1798 - 1844,
Franciszek Ksawery Oginski 1801 - 1837,
Amelia Zaluska 1805 - 1858,
Ireneusz Kleofas Oginski 1808 - 1863, with his children:
Bogdan Michal Oginski + Maria Gabriela Potulicka 1855 - 1927,
and Michal Mikolaj Oginski];

great-grandson of Boguslaw Oginski 1669 - 1730, come from Szymon Karol / Symeon Oginski b. ca 1621, died in 1699 and Teodora Korsak)

and Antonina;
father of Paulina Antonina Franciszka Lopacinska and above mentioned Gabriel JĂłzef Oginski b. 1784.

We know on Marcin Michal Oginski or Marcin Mikolaj / Marcjan Oginski, b. 1672 in Vitebsk, d. 1750, son of Szymon Karol Oginski and Teodora. Husband of Tekle Ana Anna Larska; Krystyna Oginska; Teresa Tyzenhauz, and Teresa. Father of Barbara Pac. Brother of Boguslav Kazimierz Oginski; Krystyna Tyszkiewicz; Eleonora Oginska and Jerzy Oginski. Half brother of Zofia Oginska and Aleksander Oginski.

Above Szymon Karol Oginski b. ca 1621 - d. 1699, son of Samuel Lev Oginski [see below] and Zofia. Brother of JAN Oginski [see below]; Regina Korff Pociej; Krystyna; Helena Tyszkiewicz-Lohojska; Prakseda.

And now on Duke Jan Jacek Oginski Oginski (1619 - 1684 in CRACOW) - the POLOCK governor. Prince Jan Jacek Oginski commander of the Grand Duchy; son of Samuel Lew Oginski and Zofia Billewicz; the brother of Szymon Karol Oginski. He was brought up in the Orthodox faith, but quickly changed to Catholicism. Together with brother Szymon, was enrolled in 1639 to the Cracow University. At the beginning of his public affairs he was associated with Jerzy Karol Hlebowicz. From the first marriage (circa 1645) to Anna Siemaszko left sons: Nicolaus Francis; Grzegorz Antoni; Leon Kazimierz; and daughter Anne, m. Kazimierz Tyszkiewicz. From the marriage to Joanna Teodora Naruszewicz (1660) other sons: Alexander (died 1690), and Kazimierz Dominik Oginski, and Marcjan Antoni (died 1703), of Mstislavl.

Sons of above named Kazimierz Chrapowicki b. 1817/1818:

mentioned above Edward, and Wlodzimierz / Vladimir Kazimirovich Chrapowicki m. Maria Jadwiga Aleksandra Kossakowska
with children:
1. Aleksandra Maria Adelaida / Adela nee Chrapowicka b. 1882 d. 1941, m. Jozef Edward Puzyna b. 1878, Duke;
2. Maria Klotylda Waleria Chrapowicka 1896 - 1944 m. Aleksander Apoloniusz Taube 1885 - 1946, Baron, with children:
a. Aleksandra Maria Wrecka born 1922 d. 1993 in Westmead in Australia, m. Stanislaw Oertel b. 1910 / 1920 (family from Lithuania, samples: Oertel Jan, in Janowiciszki, Radziwiliszki, Szawle; Oertel Karol, in Poszawsze, Szawle; Oertel, in Poszymsze; Oertel, Wiktoryn), and
b. Zofia Gustawa Gozdawa born 1925 - inf. by Viktorija Janina Ruškuliene at geni.com.


We back to the DRYSSA county:

CISZEWSKI MIROSLAW WLODZIMIERZ EPIFANIUSZ (07.04.1889 - 23.11.1966), lessee
Pieknowicze (the Witebsk county) and
Uzmiony (the Dzisna / DRYSSA county - that is JUSTYANOWO, Juscianowo, 7 km south to DRYSSA, by the right bank of the Dzwina river - at present Juscijanava, the Zabialy parish, the estate was owned by OGINSKI, next to Korsak, Swirski, Szczytt since 1717 - Justynian Szczytt in the 2nd half of the 18th cent.),
and since 1926 the co-owner with his wife, of Biruki (the Braslaw couty), son of Wlodzimierz CISZEWSKI - insurgent in 1863 - and Maria Wyrobisz CISZEWSKI; Miroslaw was born in Cracow. In Cracow, Miroslaw Ciszewski had known
Olgierd Oskierko, son of Waclaw OSKIERKO of Miedzyrzec (the Braslaw county - here the MIRSKI manor),
Janusz Nitoslawski - son of Ignacy from Balbinowo (the Witebsk county), and
Stefan Suryn of Nowy DwĂłr (the Dryssa county - that is Pustelniki, close to ZAMOSZANY - 36 "wiorst" to Dryssa / Wierchniedzwinsk, owned by SADURSKI, then to SURYN).
CISZEWSKI MIROSLAW WLODZIMIERZ EPIFANIUSZ moved home to the BRASLAW area, and in 1913 married to Maria Oskierko of Miedzyrzecz, the daughter of Waclaw Oskierko - and she was the sister of named Olgierd - and Waclaw's wife Jadwiga Swiatopelk-Mirska of Ustrzez close to named above Miedzyrzecz.
Waclaw Oskierka / Oskierko, 1854-1905 son of Boleslaw Oskierka / Oskierko and Maria Mikulicz.
Waclaw married mentioned Jadwiga Swiatopelk-Mirska.
The great-grandparents of named WACLAW:
Leopold Oskierka b. ca 1740; Jan Jelenski 1740-1807.
Named above Leopold b. ca 1740, had father - Boguslaw Leopold Oskierka b. 1710 / 1720; and
grandparents:
Antoni Oskierka 1670-1734
[Antoni b. ca 1670/1680, died in 1734, son of Michal Oskierka b. ca 1640, and Konstancja; husband of Zofia Oskierka and Anna; father of
Rafal Alojzy Oskierka {m. OGINSKA - see below};
Ludwik Gerwazy Oskierka Sr.;
Boguslaw Leopold Oskierka {see above},
and Kazimierz Maciej Oskierka. Brother of Petronela Wolbek and Franciszek Michal Oskierka]
and Anna Grabowska b. 1692.
Leopold had son Pawel Oskierka official in REZEKNE / Rzeczyca, b. 1770. Pawel of Rzeczyca (1807), m. Franciszka Jelenska b. ca 1780. Pawel's son - Boleslaw Oskierka 1822-1896. Named above
Boleslaw Oskierka, 1822-1896, was the owner of Wodowice and Jaczonki in the Minsk government; insurgent in 1863, exiled, back to Warsaw, d. here in 1896. Boleslaw married Maria Mikulicz 1832-1912, with the son Waclaw Oskierka 1854-1905.
Named Waclaw Oskierka, 1854-1905, studied in Dorpat and was working in the Druia / DRUJA area in 1904, buried in Miedzyrzecz; Maria Mikulicz Oskierko ?, studied in Riga and Chyliczki.
CISZEWSKI MIROSLAW in 1913 leased Pieknowicze (the Witebsk county), from Nitoslawski. CISZEWSKI MIROSLAW exiled to Wologda in 1914. In September 1918 he escaped to Miedzyrzecz, Wilno and Grodno.

Stefania Julia Radziwill Princess, b. 1825 [the owner of MIEZONKA], m. ca 1840 to Arkadiusz Chrapowicki born 1821, and 2nd to Kajetan Oskierka born 1821, with son Adolf Oskierka / Oskierko b. ca 1868 - d. 1901 in Lourdes.

The great-grandparents of Adolf Oskierka, 1868-1901:
Jan Mikolaj Oskierka 1735-1796
[son of Rafal Alojzy Oskierka 1708-1767 (see above), and his wife Stanislawa Teresa Oginski, 1724-1744. Grandson of Antoni Oskierka 1670-1734];
Kajetan Stanislaw Gizycki 1720-1785;
Mikolaj Radziwill general major of Lithuania, 1747-1811; Adam Narbutt; Barbara Rokicka; Katarzyna Rakowska; Franciszka Butler Css.

Grandparents:
Dominik Oskierka
[owner of Krasnopol in the Zytomierz county; in 1751 Bartlomiej GIZYCKI built here a church; official in Wyszogrod; Krasnopol belonged to Lubomirski. Close to MOLOCZKI and STRUMILOWKA owned by Lady OSKIERKO.
Kajetan Giżycki (1725 - 1785) son of above Bartłomiej Gizycki (b. 1682) and Franciszkia Romer, had children:
Salomea Gizycka m. Dominik Oskierko owner of Krasnopole / Krasnopol;
Antoni Gizycki owner of Moloczki; Adam Gizycki;
Bartlomiej Gizycki d. 1827 in Moloczki, 1792 adjutant of JĂłzef Poniatowski, General; Franciszek Ksawery Gizycki + Weronika Sulatycka];
Salomea Gizycka b. 1770; Mikolaj Radziwill younger, 1801-1853; Wiktoria Emilia Narbutt.

Parents:
Kajetan Oskierka b. 1821 + Stefania Julia Radziwill 1825-1896.
NOTE:
Rafal Oskierko + Stanislawa Teresa Oginski, 1724-1744, that is Rafal Alojzy Oskierka m. in 1741.


Brief explanation on Soltan - Piottuch-Kublicki - Konstantynowicz:

Adolf Piottuch-Kublicki born 1810 + Ida Oginska (b. ca 1820 or 1810 / 1813), with son Karol Piottuch Kublicki b. ca 1850 (+ Zofia Eysymont, 1840 / 1848 - died 1926, daughter of Oktawiusz, and Helena Soltan);
above Adolf was son of JĂłzef Piottuch-Kublicki - officer in Zawilie, b. 1780 + Karolina Soltan b. ca 1780 / 1790.

Above named Jozef had daughters and sons:

1. Anna Benislawska (born Piottuch-Kublicki in 1809, d. 1885 + JĂłzef Benislawski, 1790-1852, with: Leon Benisławski 1846-1935, Jan 1847-1899, Stanisław, Konstanty, Adolf, Edward, Ludwik Benisławski, Helena Benisławska b. before 1852);

2. Walentyna Soltan
(born Piottuch-Kublicka, b. ca 1800 / 1810 + Wladyslaw JĂłzef Soltan b. 1795, died in 1843, son of Benedykt b. 1770 and JĂłzefa Benislawska.
Walentyna's daughter was Oktawia Soltan, 1830 - 15.8.1871 in Kazan + in 1849 to Wladyslaw Hieronim Samuel Soltan, 1824 - 1900, the January Uprising 1863);

3. Stanislaw Piottuch-Kublicki born 1804;

4. Oktawia Piottuch-Kublicka b. ca 1810 + JĂłzef Szumski b. ca 1780/1800 + 2nd to Dominik Konstantynowicz;

5. Emilia Piottuch-Kublicka b. 1803 + Wincenty Smokowski 1797 - 1876, son of Michal and Konstancja Mickiewicz;

6. above named Adolf Piottuch-Kublicki + Ida Oginska b. ca 1820 / 1813 / 1810.

Eliasz Piottuch-Kublicki was son of Jerzy Piottuch-Kublicki of Kublicze, officer in Livland, b. 1710 + Rozalia Korsak-Udzielska 1735-1789.

Eliasz Piottuch-Kublicki of Livland / Inflanty, born ca 1730, married in ca 1775 to Augusta Soltan b. ca 1750 or 1760

[daughter of Stanisław Sołtan 1698 - 1758, and Helena Römer;
the granddaughter of Samuel Sołtan 1654 - 1735; and
great-granddaughter of Hieronim Władysław Sołtan],

with:
1. Elżbieta Piottuch-Kublicka b. 1780, m. Benedykt Wawrzecki of Brasław, b. ca 1760, 2nd to KrĂĽtz;
2. above mentioned JĂłzef Piottuch-Kublicki of Zawilie, m. Karolina Sołtan (see below).

Half sister of above named Stanisław Sołtan 1698 - 1758 was Teodora Sołtan 1700 - 1774 + Jerzy Stanisław Sapieha, with daughter Krystyna RĂłża Massalska b. 1724.

Brother of above Augusta Sołtan / Soltan / Piottuch-Kublicka b. ca 1750 or 1760, was Stanisław Soltan / Stanislovas Soltanas, born in 1756 in BerdyczĂłw, died 1836 in Jelgava, now Latvia; he was son of Stanisław Sołtan and Helena Römer;
husband of Franciszka Teofila Radziwiłł b. 1751
and 2nd to Konstancija Taplockytė / Konstancja Toplicka.

Stanisław Soltan / Stanislovas Soltanas, b. 1756, was father of
Adam Leon Ludwik Sołtan;
Karolina Piottuch-Kublicka (Karolina b. ca 1790, wife of JĂłzef Piottuch-Kublicki);
Helena Sołtan;
Anna Sołtan;
Stanisław Sołtan junior; and
Helena Eysmont.

Stanisław Soltan / Stanislovas Soltanas, b. 1756, was half brother of Juozas Weyssenhoff; Ksawery Weyssenhoff; Mykolas Jonas Veisenhofas and Jan Weyssenhoff, acc. to geni.com.

Above Adam Leon Ludwik Sołtan b. 1792 in Vilnius, died 1863 in Poznań,
husband of Idalia b. 1801, daughter of Aleksander Michał Pociej;
Adam Leon Ludwik Sołtan b. 1792 was father of Aleksander Stanisław August Sołtan and Maria Anna Sierakowska.
Above Aleksander Stanisław August Sołtan 1821 - 1853, was father of Stefania Ludwika de Virion.


Note to Smokowski:

Wincenty Smokowski b. 1797 in Wilno, died 1876 in Krykiany (KRIKONYS or Krykiany, the manor / Krikonys, 18 km south-east of Ignalina, south-east of UTENA) close to Mielegiany.
Wincenty Smokowski, was "painter, graphic artist, sculptor, lecturer at the Vilnius University (studied at the Vilnius University 1817 - 1822);
and at the Art Academy in St. Petersburg in 1823-29 (1831-36 in Wilno again studied medicine).
In 1829 under Jan Rustem

[b. 1762 in Konstantynopol, died in 1835, Dūkšteliai / Duksztialiai / Dūkštas in Lithuania, he was a painter of Armenian ethnicity, was sponsored by
Adam Kazimierz Czartoryski, back to Poland around 1774, among his tutors were Jean-Pierre Norblin de La Gourdaine and Marcello Bacciarelli;
1788 and 1790 in Germany, where he became a freemason,
then in Warsaw, later moving to Vilna;
1789 he worked in the theater of Michal Kleofas Oginski / Michael Casimir Oginski in Slonim - to 1798;
in Wilno was as assistant to Franciszek Smuglewicz, his students were Taras Shevchenko, JĂłzef Oleszkiewicz, Kanuty Rusiecki, and Michał Kulesza].

Painted compositions of an historical, daily life, and antiquarian nature, as well as portraits; illustrated books, and published articles about Lithuanian art and artists", acc. to http://www.unesco.org/webworld.
In 1822, the Vilnius artist Wincenty Smokowski (1797–1876) visited the ruins of the Trakai island castle and sketched the surviving fragments.
Wincenty Smokowski was excellent woodcutter - illustrator by Aleksander Majerski (1789-1857), artist, lithographer, drawing teacher.


Now back to
Andrzej Ignacy Oginski: b. 1740, Freemason; 1772 in Vienna, his wife Paula Szembek / Paulina Szembek, with son Michal Kleofas Oginski, b. 1765 died 1833 in Florencja.
Michal Kleofas Oginski married Izabela Lasocka ca 1791 (1789). They had 2 sons, Tadeusz Antoni, and Franciszek Ksawery / Xavier.
Maria de NĂ©ri / Maria Neri was his second wife in 1802, with children Amelia Zaluska, Emma Brzostowska - Wysocka, Ireneusz and Ida, acc. to Iwo Zaluski.
Michal Kleofas Oginski, in accordance with second source, had children: Tomasz Antoni Oginski, Ireneusz Kleofas Oginski, Franciszek Ksawery Oginski, Amelia Zaluska, Ida Oginska, and Emma Oginska.
Acc. to Iwo Zaluski: ca 1798, Kajetan Nagurski himself returned to Russian Lithuania, to reclaim and sort out his estate. Kajetan, unable then to get a passport allowing him back into Prussia, and thus to Warsaw, asked Morawski's father, Apolinary, to visit Maria Neri. Apolinary Morawski became lover behind Kajetan's back, with Maria Neri ca 1798. Nagurski brought her to his estate in Lithuania, where he married her, ca 1799. Ca 1800 Maria began to be seen in the company of the dashing young Count Ludwik Pac, whose father, Count Michal Pac, owned Jezno, one of the finest palaces in Lithuania. The affair came to an end when Count Kajetan Nagurski decided to go to Vienna with Maria, where he hoped to find a cure for his jaundice. Kajetan died soon afterwards in Vienna 1800 / 1801. His widow, now an independent lady, returned to Vilnius, and in 1801, Countess Maria Nagurska's life changed direction after she caught the attention of General Count Levin August von Bennigsen, Governor of Vilnius.

Above Michal Kleofas Oginski in 1790, to The Hague as a diplomatic representative of Poland in the Netherlands; in 1795 Konstantynopol, 1796 Venice, Tuscany; Paris; 1810 Petersburg; moved abroad in 1815?, in 1822 Italy, 1823 Firenze / Florence to death 1833.
Michal Kleofas Oginski in 1801 was living with his wife Izabela and two infant sons, Tadeusz and Xavier, at his wife's family's estate at Brzeziny, to the south west (see Otrebusy) of Warsaw.

Adolf Piottuch-Kublicki married to above Ida Ogińska b. ca 1813 / 1820. He was son of JĂłzef Piottuch-Kublicki;
Adolf's sister
Oktawia Piottuch-Kublicka + JĂłzef Szumski + 2nd Dominik Konstantynowicz;
next sister Anna Piottuch-Kublicka + JĂłzef Benisławski;
Walentyna Piottuch-Kublicka b. ca 1800 m. Władysław JĂłzef Sołtan b. 1795, d. 1843, son of JĂłzefa Benisławska;
and Emilia Piottuch-Kublicka + above mentioned Wincenty Smokowski 1797 - 1876, son of Michał and Konstancja Mickiewicz
(his wife's estate was Krikonys, a small village in the Ignalina region).

Apolonia Szemet b. 1599 was daughter of Bogdanas Oginskis and Regina / Raina; she was wife of Jerzy Szemet and Michal Despot Zienowicz [Polonia Oginska / Apolonia Oginski b. 1599 was the maternal grandmother of Anna von Wrangell].

Above Bogdanas Oginskis / Bohdan Matveevich Ogiński, ca 1558 - 1625, was also father of Samuel Prins Oginsky b. ca 1593 in Kruonis, died 1657 in Kruonis, who was father of Szymon Karol Symeon Ogiński ca 1621 - 1699; father of Marcin Michał / Marcjan Ogiński, 1672 in Vitebsk, d. 1750; father of Tadas Pranciškus Oginskis / Tadeusz Franciszek Ogiński 1712 - 1783 in Maladzyechna, Minsk Province; who was father of Andrius Ignotas Oginskis and Franciszek Ksawery Stanisław Ogiński.

JĂłzef Tadeusz Ogiński 1693-1736 was son of Kazimierz Dominik Ogiński b. circa 1664 and Eleonora; grandson of Jan Ogiński / Jan Jacek Ogiński, born 1619 in Mstislavl, d. 1684 - son of mentioned above Samuel
{Samuel Prins Oginsky b. ca 1593 in Kruonis who was brother of above Apolonia Szemet b. 1599 daughter of Bogdanas Oginskis and Regina / Raina; she was wife of Jerzy Szemet and Michal Despot Zienowicz. Samuel and Apolonia had next brother Jan Ogiński / Jan Jacek Ogiński, born 1619 in Mstislavl}.


Now about the Juriewiczs [the Jurevich family]:

A. senior provincial clerk in the Mscislau / Mstislavl territory: Jurij Jurjewicz Ostyk;

B. Princess Polonia Oginskaja - Szemet born 1599, was the daughter of Bogdanas Oginskis and Regina / Raina; married 2nd Michal Despot Zienowicz b. ca 1590 / 1600, and their daughter Joanna or Anna nee Despot Zenovich born ca 1640 married Jozef Jurewicz / Joseph Jurevicha (Jurewicz - Polish princes) b. ca 1640.

Tyszkiewicz Mikołaj m. in 1645 to Katarzyna Krystyna Despot-Zenowicz.

C.

Jurjewicz, Łukasz Mateusz, b. ca 1660, had son Jurjewicz, Franciszek Felicjan, b. 1695 in the Oshmiana ex-district.

Franciszek Felicjan Jurjewicz / Jurewicz had children:
Jurjewicz, Tomasz, b. 21/12/1720,
Jurjewicz, Stanisław, b. 1725,
ANTONI JUREWICZ / Anthony Yurevich / Jurjewicz, Antoni, b. 1730 / 1735 + Agnieszka Konstantynowicz of the Mscislau branch of the Konstantynowiczs, born ca 1740 - see Augustyn Konstantynowicz b. ca 1745,
and last Jurjewicz, Adam, b. 1740 + Marianna.

Ignacy Nikodem Jurjewicz, was born to Antoni Jurjewicz and Agnieszka Konstantynowicz. Юре́вич / Юрэвіч / Jurjewicz or Jurjevicius Antoni was born in 1735. Ignacy had 6 brothers and sisters: Tadeusz Jurewicz, Michał Jurjewicz, JOZEF born 1770, and so on.
Ignacy married Justyna Wieliczko. They had 3 sons: JĂłzef Jurjewicz b. ca 1790 [see below], and 2 other children. Above Ignacy Nikodem Jurjewicz b. ca 1760 / 1770.

Acc.to my research, the brother of Ignacy Jurewicz b. 1760/1770, and son of named Antoni Jurewicz b. ca 1730/1735, was JOZEF JUREWICZ / Иосиф Jurievitsch b. ca 1770, married Joanna or ANNA DESPOT ZENOWICZ.

Stanisław Jurievitsch / Станислав Иосифович Юревич / Stanisław Jurewicz, b. 1800 or in 1802.
Stanislaw Jurewicz / Stanislav Yurevich, b. 1800/1802, with whom the poet Pushkin met in Mogilev, was next of kin to Ignacy Despot Zenowicz / Ignatius Despot Zenovich. Ignacy Despot ZENOWICZ b. ca 1830 was a translator of Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin. Ignacy's children: Mieczysław Deszpot-Zenowicz b. ca 1850, Maria Aniela, Wanda.
Stanislaw Juriewicz, b. 1800/1802, as the oldest brother, divided these properties among his brothers. His brother, Michal Juriewicz, received Kraszuty, a large estate covered by a dense forest, known to contain bears, moose, and other big game. His brother Jan received two estates, Franopol and Porzecze.
His father was Joseph Juriewicz/ Jozef Jurewicz, b. ca 1770, from the Orsha district in the province of Mogilev.
Jozef Jurewicz came into possession of Kolpino after his marriage to Joanna Despot Zenowicz / Anna Deszpot-Zienowicz b. ca 1775; also in Kraszuty / Wielkie-Kraszuty / Krashuty.
Stanislaw was the son of JOZEF JUREWICZ / Иосиф Jurievitsch b. ca 1770, and Joanna or ANNA DESPOT ZENOWICZ / Анна Юревич b. ca 1770 / 1775.
Anna was the daughter of Jozef Despot ZENOWICZ / Иосиф Дешпо-Зенович b. ca 1745, and POLONIA OGINSKA / Полония Дешпо-Зенович b. ca 1750. Wife of named JOZEF JUREWICZ / Иосиф Jurievitsch b. ca 1770. Mother of Stanisław Jurievitsch b. 1800 / 1802 and Anna von Wrangell nee Jurewicz, b. 1819 !
Stanislaw was the father of Mieczysław Jan Filip Jurievitsch b. ca 1835, m. Roza Katarzyna ROSSI.

Stanislaw was the brother of
Ян Иосифович Jurievitsch b. ca 1810
(father of Emilie Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal b. ca 1855; Adele Hel. Soph. Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal and Конрад Янович Jurievitsch. EMILIE Wrangel / Wrangell was mother of Woldemar Konstantin Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal and Платон Станиславович Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal);
Михаил Иосифович Jurievitsch;
Франтишек Иосифович Jurievitsch and
Anna Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal.

Stanislaw b. 1800 / 1802 was the husband of Винчеслава Юревич.

Fryderyk Marian Jurewicz / JURJEWICZ Fryderyk (1871-1929) was great-grandson of named JĂłzef Jurjewicz b. ca 1770 [son of Agnieszka Konstantynowicz Jurewicz]; Jan Nepomucen Moszyński; Anna Zenowicz / named Joanna Despot-Zenowicz b. ca 1770; Maria Sadowska 1780-1840.
Grandson of Stanisław Jurewicz 1802-1877 and Joanna Moszyńska.
Parents: Mieczysław Jan Filip Jurewicz b. ca 1835, and RĂłża Katarzyna Rossi b. ca 1840.
Fryderyk's sister was Anna Jurewicz b. 1871.

JĂłzef Jurjewicz b. 1790, m. Waleria Syruć daughter of Michał Syruć and Lenkiewicz.

Karl Philipp (Karl Ivanovich) Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal was died in 1858 in Vitebsk, m. 1st to Konstantina Naskin; 2nd married Anna Wrangel JUREWICZ / Jurewitz.

Anna WRANGEL was the daughter of JOZEF JUREWICZ / Иосиф Jurievitsch and Анна Юревич {ANNA Despot Zenowicz / Анна Юревич Дешпо-Зенович; Anna Jurewicz was daughter of Jozef Despot Zenowicz / Иосиф Дешпо-Зенович and POLONIA OGINSKA / Полония Дешпо-Зенович; mother of Stanisław Jurievitsch; JAN / Ян Иосифович Jurievitsch; MICHAL / Михаил Иосифович Jurievitsch; FRANCISZEK / Франтишек Иосифович Jurievitsch and Anna Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal. Copyright by Peter Trefilov}.

Anna Wrangel JUREWICZ / Jurewitz was the mother of Alexis Stanislaus Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal.

See:
Aleksandr Gustav Johann Weiss / Александр Густав Иоганн фон Вейс / Александр Сергеевич b. 1792 d. 1845, his father Сергей or Андреас Отто Георг фон Вайсс b. 1760 d. 1821, and his mother Анна Мария Альбрехт b. ca 1768; he was married 1st to Анна Элизабет фон Врангель / Anna Elisabeth Wrangell b. 1804, 2nd time in 1820 married to Жозефина ле Мерсье or Лемерсье b. 1778 d. 1824; his children: Николай фон Вейс b. 1833, Александрина Элизабет фон Вейс b. 1837, Константин Александрович / Константин Рейнхольд фон Вейс b. 1839, Александр Карл Клеменс / Александр Александрович b. 1840.
Анна Элизабет фон Врангель / Anna Elisabeth Wrangell Betsy b. 1804, married Александр Густав Иоганн фон Вейс b. 1792.

Jozef Jurewicz b. ca 1770, came into possession of Kolpino after his marriage to Joanna Despot Zenowicz / Anna Deszpot-Zienowicz b. ca 1775; also in Kraszuty / Wielkie-Kraszuty / Krashuty.

Stanislaw was the son of JOZEF JUREWICZ / Иосиф Jurievitsch b. ca 1770, and Joanna JUREWICZ or ANNA DESPOT ZENOWICZ / Анна Юревич b. ca 1770 / 1775. Anna was the daughter of Jozef Despot ZENOWICZ / Иосиф Дешпо-Зенович b. ca 1745, and POLONIA OGINSKA / Полония Дешпо- Зенович b. ca 1750. Wife of named JOZEF JUREWICZ / Иосиф Jurievitsch b. ca 1770. Mother of Stanisław Jurievitsch b. 1800 / 1802 and Anna von Wrangell nee Jurewicz, b. 1819 or in 1804!
Stanislaw was the father of Mieczysław Jan Filip Jurievitsch b. ca 1835, m. Roza Katarzyna ROSSI.
Stanislaw was the brother of Ян Иосифович Jurievitsch b. ca 1810 (father of Emilie Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal b. ca 1855; Adele Hel. Soph. Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal and Конрад Янович Jurievitsch. EMILIE Wrangel / Wrangell was mother of Woldemar Konstantin Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal and Платон Станиславович Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal); Михаил Иосифович Jurievitsch; Франтишек Иосифович Jurievitsch and Anna Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal BETSY b. 1804 or 1819.

POLONIA OGINSKA [Jozef Despot ZENOWICZ / Иосиф Дешпо-Зенович b. ca 1745, married POLONIA OGINSKA / Полония Дешпо-Зенович b. ca 1750] was great-grandmother of the wife of KARL WRANGEL / Carl, Baron Wrangell-Rokassovsky that is Carl Philipp von Wrangel Gyubentalya (1786-1858).

Karl married to Anna Jurevich [Anna Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal BETSY b. 1804 or 1819, nee JUREWICZ] who had three estates in Vitebsk province - Kolpino, Reblino and Zabel [Reblio, and Zabelja].
Kolpino belonged to her mother, nee Despot-Zenovich [JOZEF JUREWICZ / Иосиф Jurievitsch b. ca 1770, married to Joanna JUREWICZ or ANNA DESPOT ZENOWICZ / Анна Юревич b. ca 1770 / 1775].


BARONESS VERA ROKASSOWSKY / Wiera nee Rokossowska was the wife of Baron von Wrangell Gyubental Stanislav Karlovic / Stanislaw Wrangel Gubental b. 1844 - died 1913, who was the son of Carl Philipp von Wrangel Gyubentalya (1786-1858).
In the second half of the XIX century, owner of the Kolpino estate was Stanislav Wrangell (1844-1913) - son of the famous physician Carl Philipp von Wrangel Gyubentalya (1786-1858). Carl Wrangel was married twice. From his first wife Constance, he had two sons. After the death of Constance in 1832, he married Anna Yurevich [Anna Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal BETSY b. 1804 or 1819]. In 1844 they had a son Stanislav, the future judge and the owner of the estate in Kolpino.
Anna Jurevich [Anna Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal BETSY b. 1804 or 1819] had three estates in Vitebsk - Kolpino, Reblino and Zabel. Kolpino belonged to her mother, nee Despot-Zenovich [Joanna JUREWICZ or ANNA DESPOT ZENOWICZ / Анна Юревич b. ca 1770 / 1775].

WRANGEL GYUBENTAL Vladimir (Waldemar Constantine Wrangell Gubental) S., born in 1875 in the estate Kolpino, Pustoshka County, baron, married to Maria Nikolaevna von Wrangell Gyubental, in the family was daughter Olga. In 1930 a resident of Moscow, was out of work. In 1937 was arrested and sentenced to shot at Butovo. His father was above Baron von Wrangell Gyubental Stanislav Karlovic / Stanislaw Wrangel Gubental b. 1844 - died 1913 + Wiera Rokossowska daughter of Aleksandra Rokossowska of Petersburg
{Wiera Rokossowska b. ca 1855, had son born 1896 in YALTA, Карл Врангель-Рокассовский / Карл Врангель-Рокoссовский, author. She lived in Putchkovo close to NEVEL in home of Sziszko, near KOLPINO; her brother was officer in 1877 Vladimir Rokossowskij - then he was vice-governor of PENZA; brother Aleksiej Rokossowski had estate Dubokraj close to Vicebsk; her sister Elisavietha Rokossowska lived with daughter in Switzerland; Kolpino was estate of father of Stanislaw Wrangell-Rokossowski, that is Carl Wrangell; second sister OLGA Rokossowska was married and lived in PETERGOFF; brother Aleksandr Rokossowski lived in Europe}.

Baron Platon Ivanovich ROKOSSOWSKI / Rokasovsky / Rokossovsky (born in 1797 / 1799 / January 15, 1800, Riga - March 18, 1869, Nice, France) - Russian statesman, the infantry general; come from the Polish nobles of the HORODOK / Gorodoksky district of Vitebsk province [north of Vicebsk; in 1866, Surazhsky Uyezd was abolished and split between Gorodoksky, Velizhsky, and Vitebsky Uyezd],
was the son of Ivan Nikitich Rokossowski / Rokasovsky / JAN ROKOSSOWSKI (1762-1826), Colonel of the Kozlovsky Infantry Regiment, retired brigadier; and his wife - Charlotte von Albedil / Charlotte von Albedyll, b. 1772 (died after 1800).

Baron PLATON ROKOSSOWSKI / Rokasovsky was married to the daughter of Major-General Vasily Ivanovich Kuzminsky - Alexandra Kuzminska (died on June 30, 1896 in Peterhof) and had sons:
Alexey,
Alexander,
Vladimir (the Tambov Governor, Chamberlain);
and daughters:
Elizabeth,
Olga,
Alexandra, and
Wiera Rokossowska / Viera Rokossovska, b. ca 1849/1855.

Charlotte, born von Albedil / CHARLOTT von ALBEDILE / Charlotte von Albedil / Charlotte von Albedyll, b. 1772. She was married to Jan Rokossowski / Ivan Nikitich ROKASOVSKY b. ca 1762 - died no earlier than 1826. Retired brigade leader, the landowner in the HORODOK county in the Vicebsk province; children:
- ELIZABETH,
- ALEXEI, 1798-1850, Senator (since 1848), Lieutenant-General,
- PLATON Rokossowski, 1800-1869, Baron.

Named Charlotta Eleonora von Albedyll, 1772 - after 1825, daughter of Christer Magnus von Albedyll, of Lodenhof, Autzem and Rosenbeck, and Helena Eleonora Taube. Wife of Ivan Nikitich Rokossowski / Baron Rokassovsky. Mother of Алексей Иванович Рокасовский; Platon Ivanovich Rokassovsky and Елизавета Ивановна Рокасовская. Inf. by Peter Trefilov in 2016 at geni.com.

Named Christer Magnus von Albedyll, of Lodenhof, Autzem and Rosenbeck, 1727 - 1810, son of Christer Albrecht von Albedyll of Autzem and Margaretha Johanna von Patkull. Husband of Helena Eleonora Taube. Brother of Sophia Helene von Albedyll and Charlotte von Staal. Copyright by Nikita Demidov in 2015 at geni.com.

Mentioned Christer Albrecht von Albedyll of Autzem (von Albedyll), born in 1683, son of Georg V. von Albedyll, of Autzem, Laitzem and Haggers and Elisabet Eleonora von Mengden. Copyright by Nikita Demidov in 2016.

Named above Helena Eleonora Taube b. 1747, d. 1825.

We know on Wawrzyniec Glaubicz Rokossowski, son of Jakub Rokossowski and Konstancja Modlibowska, who was the cousin - first cousin of Jan Rokossowski, Colonel, from the WIELUN county; next of kin to Katarzyna Zakrzewski [m. Antoni Rokossowski] and Wojciech Rokossowski of Wielun [the brother of Antoni Rokossowski].
In 1786, JĂłzef Glaubicz Rokossowski, the son of Maciej official in WSCHOWA; married to JĂłzefata Babicki; Maciej was the brother of above Jan ROKOSSOWSKI, Colonel. Maciej had younger children: Wladyslaw, Tomasz, Elzbieta, Franciszka, and Ewa.

The von Albedil / Albedyll family:
1. Georg von Albedyll, Fellin (Livland) after 1745. Augusta Juliana von Albedyll, von Nieroth, born ca 1685, d. 1742, Fellin (Livland).
2. Charlotte von Albedyll, b. ca 1735, died in 1777, parents: Johann Karl von Albedyll and Ursula Margaretha von Kaulbars b. 1696 [Ursula Margaretha von Kaulbars, b. 1696, the daughter of Arwed Johann von Kaulbars, from Lehowa (Livland) and Anna Gertruta Elisabeth; the mother of above Charlotte von Albedyll, b. ca 1735, the owner of Ayakar and Georg Johann von Albedyll, owner of Kunda and Sauss. Sister of Gertrude Elisabeth von Staal - copyright by Peter Trefilov at geni.com]; married Otto Georg von Glasenapp, the landlord of Salishof.
Named Kunda - north to RAKVERE, close to KOHALA in Estonia.
3. Karl Ernst von Albedyll (1762 - 1836) b. in Lohdenhof (Lode), Latvia, d. 1836 in Liebenow. His father Erich (Ernst) Reinhold von Albedyll (1732 - 1804).
Named above Arwed Johann von Kaulbars, the owner of Lehowa in Livland.

Remember - Wrangell von Gyubental Vladimir Leonidovich, 1918 - 1939 in Paris, the Page Corps in 1909, Cornet Guards, a Cavalry Regiment, in exile in France.


Stanislaw JUREWICZ was the brother of
Ян Иосифович Jurievitsch b. ca 1810
(father of Emilie Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal b. ca 1855; Adele Hel. Soph. Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal and Конрад Янович Jurievitsch. EMILIE Wrangel / Wrangell was mother of Woldemar Konstantin Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal and Платон Станиславович Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal).

Emilie Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal (Jurievitsch) was the daughter of JAN JUREWICZ / Ян Иосифович Jurievitsch [granddaughter of JOZEF JUREWICZ and Anna], and married to Alexis Stanislaus Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal, inf. by Peter Trefilov.

Alexis Stanislaus Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal, b. 1844 in Reblo (Kreis Nevel), died in 1913 in Kolpino (the Vitebsk prov.), the son of Karl Philipp (Karl Ivanovich) Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal / KARL WRANGEL / Carl, Baron Wrangell-Rokassovsky that is Carl Philipp von Wrangel Gyubentalya (1786-1858). Karl Philipp (Karl Ivanovich) Wrangel von HĂĽbenthal was died in 1858 in Vitebsk, m. 1st to Konstantina Naskin; 2nd married Anna Wrangel JUREWICZ / Jurewitz. Anna WRANGEL was the daughter of JOZEF JUREWICZ / Иосиф Jurievitsch and Анна Юревич / ANNA Despot Zenowicz / Анна Юревич Дешпо-Зенович. Anna Jurewicz was daughter of Jozef Despot Zenowicz / Иосиф Дешпо-Зенович and POLONIA OGINSKA / Полония Дешпо-Зенович.


Note on the Despot-Zenowiczs:

Antoni Despot-Zenowicz b. ca 1730 / 1735 had son
Michał Despot-Zenowicz born ca 1770, + Anna Despot-Zenowicz nee Niemirowicz-Szczytt who had 2 sons
[all children: Wirginia, Justyna, Jan, Hieronim b. ca 1800; Antoni; Ludwik; Ignacy b. 1802]:
1. Ignacy Despot-Zenowicz (c. 1802 - d. ?);
2. Jan b. ca 1800.
In Biegienie in the Wolkowysk county were living: Przetocki (1830), Chodakowski (1830-1900), Nestorowicz (1847), Despot-Zenowicz (1847), Heburowicz (1928);
buried in Szydłowice: above ? Jan Despot-Zenowicz, lived 85 years, his mother lived 71 years, his son Jan Julian Despot-Zenowicz Major of the Russian Army lived 72 years, wife of ? Julianna; father Nestorowicz senior died January 1847 roku, his daughter Pelagia, son Edward Nestorowicz, next daughter Anna Nestorowicz Despot-Zenowicz.

Mentioned Jan Despot-Zenowicz b. ca 1800 had 2 sons [maybe 4 sons: Zenon b. 1830, Stanislaw, Aleksander, Ignacy]:
1. Ignacy Despot-Zenowicz b. ca 1830, son of Jan Despot-Zenowicz b. ca 1800; + Justyna Despot-Zenowicz nee Brzostowska b. ca 1830 from Wincenty Brzostowski, Marshal of the Lucyn / Ludsen county, Livland, now Latvia, b. ca 1790.
Wincenty was grandson of Augusta Ogińska 1724-1791, and great-grandson of JĂłzef Tadeusz Ogiński 1693-1736.
Stanislav Yurevich, with whom the poet Pushkin met in Mogilev, accounted Ignatius Despot Zenovich nephew owner of the Kolpino estate. Alexander Pushkin back in 1824 from Odessa to Mikhailovsky, was in Kolpino, close to present city Pustoshka. In those years it was owned by Ignacy Despot Zenowicz / Ignatius Despot-Zenovich, a member of the Masonic Lodge in St. Petersburg. Ignacy Despot ZENOWICZ b. ca 1830 was a translator of Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin.
Ignacy's children: Mieczysław Deszpot-Zenowicz b. ca 1850, Maria Aniela, Wanda.
Stanislaw Jurewicz / Stanislav Yurevich, with whom the poet Pushkin met in Mogilev, was next of kin with named above Ignacy Despot Zenowicz / Ignatius Despot Zenovich.
Stanislaw Juriewicz, as the oldest brother, divided these properties among his brothers. His brother, Michal Juriewicz, received Kraszuty, a large estate covered by a dense forest, known to contain bears, moose, and other big game. His brother Jan received two estates, Franopol and Porzecze.
Joseph Juriewicz/ Jozef Jurewicz, from the Orsha district in the province of Mogilev had a sister, Anna von Wrangell nee Jurewicz, b. ca ?, was seventeen years younger than he.
Jozef Jurewicz came into possession of Kolpino after his marriage to Joanna Despot Zenowicz / Anna Deszpot-Zienowicz; also in Kraszuty / Wielkie-Kraszuty / Krashuty.

2. Despot Zenovich Stanislav Ivanovich, born in 1833 or 1835.
Станислав Иванович Деспот-Зенович / Stanisław Iwanowicz Despot-Zenowicz / Despot Zenovich Stanislav Ivanovich, born in 1833 or 1835, d. 1900, Catholic, 1853 in Moscow, then in 1853 in Tiflis / Тифлис, served under Михаил Семенович Воронцов who had wife Eliza Branicka; 1865 trip in Germany, France, England, Wien, Italy, Turkey, and back Tiflis; 1867 moved to Baku / Баку, 1873 in Russia, Wien, Italy, back in Nov. 1873; Baku city Mayor 1879-1894.

His brother was Aleksander Iwanowicz Despot-Zenowicz (1829-1897), Moscow Univ., the Tobolsk governor in 1862-1867, then an official in the Ministry of the Interior.
In 1851 he was appointed foreign language interpreter at the Head Office of Eastern Siberia in Irkutsk. In 1855 he was appointed Chairman of the Commission in Bukhara; 1858 he was sent to the Chinese city Urga for border important secrets and diplomatic information. Since 1859 he was appointed mayor of the border town of Kyakhta in eastern Siberia in 1860. Pole by birth; 1870 lived in St Petersburg; Despot-Zenovich was as the gendarmerie General.

They come from Jerzy (Jur) Jan Zenowicz, inf. 1639. Next was Stanisław Zenowicz (ca 1610-1672) inf. 1646, 1653, 1661, 1665, 1671; his son was Krzysztof Zenowicz born ca 1650, died 1717, in Oshmiany 1687 - 1715, Colonel, governor in Minsk in 1709.


Brief explanation:
A. Jan ŚWIATOPEŁK-MIRSKI born ca 1770 married Tekla Burgundyfera Despot-Zenowicz, with sons:
Jan b. ca 1810 m. Michalina Osmulska, with daughter Klaudia born ca 1840 m. Jan Jesman;
Klaudiusz b. ca 1810 m. Brygida Światopełk-Mirska with daughter Walentyna b. ca 1850 m. 1st August Ogiński, 2nd to Franciszek Czerwiński.
B. Mikołaj Bogusław Zenowicz (died 1621 close to Chocim) was son of Krzysztof, Catholic, his daughters:
Anna Zofia (d. 1664) m. Albrycht Władysław Radziwiłł, 2nd to Franciszek Florian Zebrzydowski;
Zofia married to Paweł Sapieha.


Now we back to the Wankowiczs:

Melchior Wankowicz b. ca 1760-1815

(his brothers:
Wincenty ca 1760 - died 1814, m. in 1804 to Kajetana Gąsowska b. ca 1790; and
Teodor born ca 1760, married Izabela Gąsowska),

m. in 1800 to Scholastyka Gorecki; with sons:
Walenty 1800-1842 m. in 1827 to Aniela Rostocka;
Stanisława b. ca 1803, m. Wincenty Hornowski;
Karol 1805-1854, m. Rozalia Wańkowicz born ca 1807-1891 with
son Melchior 1842-1892 m. in 1876 to Maria Szwoynicki ca 1855-1895, and grandson
Melchior 1891-1974 m. in 1916 to Zofia Małagowska 1891-1969.

Above Melchior ca 1760-1815,
Wincenty,
Teodor and
Stanisław b. ca 1760 were sons of
Aleksander and unknown Hrehorowicz.

Above Aleksander had brothers:
Wladyslaw;
Piotr;
Marcin

(b. ca 1730 with sons:
Teodor b. ca 1760;
Jozef b. ca 1760;
Ignacy with sons:
Hipolit b. 1809 and
Wladyslaw 1810-1848;
next sons of MARCIN:
Jakub b. ca 1760 and
Joachim m. Malgorzata JESMAN with
Jozef b. 1819 m. Wanda Swida with son
Florian b. 1851);

Mateusz m. in 1750 to Katarzyna Janiszewski
(with sons Kasper + Eleonora Makowiecka and
JĂłzef + Marianna b. ca 1775);

and SEBASTIAN b. ca 1740

(with son Szczepan born ca 1775 + Barbara Koziełł-Poklewski born ca 1790/1795,
and grandson Aleksander b. 1828 + Konstancja Estko;
and great-grandson Aleksander b. 1854 + Stanisława Aleksandrowicz; and his children:
Aleksander b. 1881;
Wanda 1882-1938 + 1st in 1900 to Rutkowski, 2nd in 1912 to Aleksander Ponomarew 1875-1965;
and Zygmunt born 1884).

Above Aleksander born 1854 had sibilings:
Ludwik b. ca 1858;
Stefan 1859-1923 + Helena Boguszewski 1868-1928, and
Konstanty b. 1860.

Above Stefan had children:
Maria b. 1890 + Jankowski b. ca 1880;
Maurycy 1893-1918;
Zofia 1894-1981 m. in ca 1925 to Tadeusz Römer 1894-1978;
Jadwiga 1900-1938 m. ca 1922 to Jan Rostworowski 1897-1975.

Above Mateusz Wankowicz (Mateusz m. in 1750 to Katarzyna Janiszewski) was son of Jan WANKOWICZ and Katarzyna Brzuchowski;
Jan was son of Stanislaw b. ca 1652 + Joanna Korsak.

Tadeusz Oginski owner of Luczaj, let this estate to Tadeusz Wankowicz and Anna Wankowicz nee Swietorzecka; Andrzej and Franciszek Ksawery Oginscy, sold Luczaj to the Wankowiczs.

Tadeusz Wankowicz junior was owner of Łuczaj in 1786, son of Tadeusz Wańkowicz senior b. ca 1675
(grandson of Jan Wankowicz b. ca 1646 and Zofia Chrapowicki;
Jan had brothers:
Wladyslaw b. ca 1648 and
Teodor b. ca 1650; and
Stanislaw b. ca 1652 + Joanna KORSAK)

and Helena Wołodkowicz born ca 1685;

Tadeusz Wankowicz junior m. in 1755 to Anna Świętorzecka ca 1735-1812, daughter of Antoni Świętorzecki

(Tadeusz Wankowicz junior had sibilings:
Antoni Wańkowicz b. ca 1710;
Eleonora Wańkowicz b. ca 1715;
Scholastyka Wańkowicz born ca 1720;
Franciszka Wańkowicz b. ca 1725;
half brother was Adam Wańkowicz son of Teresa Filipowicz and Tadeusz senior);

son of Tadeusz junior was Antoni ca 1758-1812 m. Anna Sołtan ca 1785-1812.

Daughters of above Antoni:
Klementyna b. ca 1804, m. in 1820 to Edward Mostowski 1790-1855;
Waleria b. 1805, m. in 1821 to Konstanty Tyzenhauz 1785-1853;
and Wanda 1808-1842, m. in 1825 to Benedykt Emanuel Tyszkiewicz 1801-1866.
See more at http://genealogia.plewako.pl.

Пётр / Piotr Wankowicz, officer in Minsk, Belarus, owner of Wolma and Skarabagatawa farm in the Minsk county in 1654, died before 1670, married to Ганна Дунін-Глушынская / Anna / Hanna Dunin-Gluszynska of Wolkowysk;
his son was Stanislaw Wankowicz b. ca 1652.

Above Stanislaw Wankowicz / Станіслаў, of Smolany north-west of Orsha, bought from Tomasz Cedrowski and Katarzyna nee Drucka-Lubecka, Siemionkowicze / Сяменькавічы and Slobodka / Slobudka in the Minsk county in 1672, landowner of Domaszewicze / Damashevichi / Дамашы / Дамашэвічы in the Minsk county in 1682, 1st married to Krystyna Cedrowska / Цадроўская, 2nd to Hanna Korsak / Anna / Ганна Корсак of Polock.

Son of Stanislaw Wankowicz was Jan Antoni Wankowicz; see below.
All sons of above Stanislaw:
Kazimierz Wankowicz / Казімір;
Andrzej Wankowicz killed in 1700 near Olkienniki;
Tomasz / Тамаш, officer in Minsk in 1704, exiled in 1706, died before 1746, married Teofila Korsak;
Jan Antoni Wankowicz / Ян-Антоні, officer in Minsk - 06.10.1744, owner of Zabaszewicze / Забашавічы in the Minsk county in 1753, d. before 1766, married Katarzyna Brzuchowski / Bruchanska / Brzuchanska / Кацярына Бруханская;
Emercjanna / Emerencjana, m. Michal Rowinski of the Dobrzyn county.

Above Jan Antoni Wankowicz
(Melchior ca 1760-1815, Wincenty, Teodor and Stanisław b. ca 1760 were sons of Aleksander and unknown Hrehorowicz - see below;

Jan Antoni Wankowicz had sons:
Aleksander + lady Hrehorowicz;
and
Mateusz m. in 1750 to Katarzyna Janiszewski
with sons:
Kasper + Eleonora MAKOWIECKA, and
Jozef + Marianna b. ca 1775);

Jan Antoni Wankowicz had also son Piotr Wankowicz.

Mateusz Wankowicz (Mateusz m. in 1750 to Katarzyna Janiszewski) was son of Jan WANKOWICZ that is Jan Antoni Wankowicz and Katarzyna Brzuchowski;
Jan was son of Stanislaw b. ca 1652 + Joanna Korsak

[Stanislaw Wankowicz / Станіслаў, of Smolany north-west of Orsha, bought from Tomasz Cedrowski and Katarzyna nee Drucka-Lubecka, Siemionkowicze / Сяменькавічы and Slobodka / Slobudka in the Minsk county in 1672, landowner of Domaszewicze / Damashevichi / Дамашы / Дамашэвічы in the Minsk county in 1682, 1st married to Krystyna Cedrowska / Цадроўская, 2nd to Hanna Korsak / Anna / Ганна Корсак of Polock].

Above named
Piotr was judge in Minsk, and married to Urszula Illicz / Ілліч. They had sons:
Michal Wankowicz;
Jan Wankowicz m. Anna Szablowska / Ганна Шаблоўская;
and last son Wincenty Wankowicz.

Above Michal / Міхал, officer in Orsha, 1st m. Teofila Mikusz with two sons, 2nd Elzbieta Dzierzynska with 2 sons.
Sons of above Teofila Mikusz Wankowicz:
Damazy Wankowicz died 30.11.1797 in Rakow, lieutenant, m. Kazimiera Zaroska;
Adam Wankowicz officer under command of Count Eugeniusz Wurttemberg in 1833
(Duke Eugen of WĂĽrttemberg / Eugen Carl Paul Ludwig von WĂĽrttemberg, b. 1788, d. 1857, a General of Infantry in the Imperial Russian Army during the Napoleonic Wars, his younger brother was the explorer Duke Paul Wilhelm of WĂĽrttemberg. His aunt was Empress Maria Feodorovna the consort of Paul I of Russia. 1776 moved to Petersburg to General Ehrenfried von Diebitsch und Narten, father of Iwan Dybicz).

Sons of Elzbieta Dzierzynska Wankowicz:
Antoni Franciszek Piotr Wankowicz, died in June 1820, buried in Smolany church;
Eustachy Wincenty Wankowicz d. April 1827, buried in Smolany church.

Смаляны / Смоляны / Smolany - north-west of Orsza / Orsha, ca 25 / 28 km.

The KOZIELL POKLEWSKI home:
1.

Izabella Malkiewicz born 01st May 1908 in Moskwa / Moscow / Moscou; Mother-in-God was Maryla Koziell Poklewska / Maryla Koziell Poklevski married to Slotwinski / Slotvinski. Her sister Irena Malkiewicz, actress. In Moscow her father had a car; she known very well French language. In 1911 first time in Swolna Stara, to Zarakowski, Konstantynowicz and Malkiewicz families. 1912 and 1913 in Stare Zaborze / Zaborze, close to Swolna. 1913 in Oswiej / Osvieja, in empty palace. 1914 in Rawanicze to Slotwinski family, the Berazino parish. She known Miezonka and history about Anna Malkiewicz married Konstantynowicz; Anna died when was born first baby. Lived in Moscow to September 1918; October 1918 in Wilno / Vilnius. January 1919 Vilna / Wilno was captured by Bolshevik troops, and Jozef Malkiewicz left under Soviets. The Malkiewicz family escaped to Warsaw. 1937 served the Red Cross in Warsaw. September 1939 served Field Hospital No 104 of Colonel Szarecki; 08 September 1939 left Warsaw. On 16 September in Kopyczynce and back to Trembowla, and again 18 - 19 September 1939 in Trembowla (to November the 01st, 1939); here was general Wladyslaw Sikorski - and Chruszczow - in Hospital No 104. April 1942 to 1943 - The J. Przybylski office in Warsaw; here general Zymierski - Rola of the Soviet military intelligence service; from Spring 1942 Izabella Malkiewicz / Izabela Horodecka - Malkiewicz as 'Teresa' served Polish counter-intelligence service; 17 March 1943 served to 993/W Special Unit. She was famous for activity during the Second world war in Warsaw. Her mother Genowefa daughter of Jan Werakso from Minsk in Belarus; painter (Izabella Horodecki - Malkiewicz was great grand-daughter of Wiktor Waraksa / Weraksa b. circa 1820 son of Jan). Her father Wladyslaw Alojzy Malkiewicz b. 23 February 1875 in Swolna Stara / Svolna; lived in the Dryssa county; 1879 in Pluszcze with the Pluszczewski family; 1885 Wilno, after Moscow near by the Konstantynowiczs; married 1907, stayed in Moscow to September 1918. Her husband Zygmunt Horodecki. Deputy Prosecutor of Warsaw Court to 05 September 1939; Kowno 1940; 14 June 1941 jailed in Soviet Union; Palestine and Monte Cassino, Ankona / Ancona. His brother was colonel of Polish Army in 1939.

Maryla Koziell Poklewska / Maryla Koziell Poklevski married to Slotwinski / Slotvinski. Born ca 1880?

Note A:
Iwan Poklewski-Koziell (1865 - 1925) / Иван Альфонсович Поклевский-Козелл: his mother
Angelika Rymoza (1830 - 1901).

His father Alfons Poklewski-Koziell (1809 - 1890),
grandfather Tomasz Poklewski-Koziell b. ca 1780 / Foma / Томаш Поклевский-Козелл; grandmother Anna Spink b. ca 1790.

His sister Антонина Альфонсовна Ризенкампф / Anna Antonina Alfonsovna von Riesenkampff (1860 - 1908).

Note B:

Jan Koziełł-Poklewski / Jakub Skała / b. 1837 in Serwecz Wielki, d. 1896 in Bobrujsk / Bobruisk; Colonel in 1863; 1852 studied in Petersburg, next in Paris / Paryż; friend of Ludwik Mierosławski; 1861 Wilno, Moscow; Petersburg, 1863 in Warszawa / Warsaw; Augustow; Grodno and Belgium; 1864 Dresden and Paris; back to the Congress Poland in 1872 and jailed in Alma Ata / Ałma-Ata.

Вялікая Сэрвач, Великая Сервачь, Wielki Serwecz, Vialikaja Servač, Siervacz Servach: close to Liudvinovo, Kostienievichi, Stieszicy; ca 18 km south-west of Dolginovo; north-east of Vilejka, north of Minsk in Belarus.

After 10 years, I need specifies the base of the Krasny Brzeg village and the village of Smolarnia. Krasny Brzeg is situated in an area of Zlobin that is now the Gomel Province. Here is a palace of Koziell-Poklewski. Smolarnia / Смолярня / Smalarnia is a village in Belarus, a former Polish nobility locality, located in Mogilev Province at present, in the area of Kliczow / Klitshev, 3.5 km to the south-west of Kliczow, next to Niaseta / Niesety, Budniewo, about 30 km south - west of Miezonka. The village is sheltered from the north by forest. Smolarnia and its people during 1905-1920 is describes by Florian Czarnyszewicz.

2.

Ciechanowiecka, Elzbieta, died in 1730, that is Elzbieta Koziell Poklewska, the daughter of Jerzy Michal Koziell Poklewski.

Jerzy Michal Koziell-Poklewski b. ca 1640, son of Kazimierz Koziell-Poklewski born ca 1610, official in WENDEN.
Jerzy married Konstancja Anna Koziell-Poklewska (nee Kociell).

Above Elzbieta was the mother of Halszka Ciechanowiecka (Kmicic).

Mentioned JERZY had the daughter Elzbieta born ca 1670. Her sister married CHOMINSKI, with Barbara Chominska 1690-1775 + Kazimierz Kociell b. ca 1690. Named HALSZKA: Halszka Ciechanowiecka (Kmicic / Koziell-Poklewska), wife of Kazimierz Kmicic and Krzysztof Ciechanowiecki. Mother of Jan Kmicic + Dominika MASSALSKA.

3.

Wincenty Koziełł-Poklewski 1853-1929, married to Maria Hattowska 1858-1949, with son Alfons Aleksander Koziełł-Poklewski 1891-1962 {b. in Talica and died in Iver} married in 1919 to Zofia de Stoeckl, with son Wincenty b. 1929 + Natalia Maria Janina Potocka.

Named Wincenty Koziełł-Poklewski 1853-1929 was the son of KOZIEŁŁ-POKLEWSKI Alfons (1809 in the LEPEL county-1890).

Friend of Despot-Batoszyński-Zenowicz Aleksander / Despot-Zenowicz / Zenowicz / Деспот-Зенович Александр Иванович (1829-1897), Polish politician in Russian service, chief of Czyta / Czita, the Tobol governor, born in 1829 in Kietowiszki in the Troki province; was the eldest of JAN ZENOWICZ's four sons. One of his brothers, Stanislaw (1835-1900), was in 1879-1895 the head of the city of Baku.
The Zenowicz family recorded in 1584. The governor usually spoke with Poles in Polish. At the initiative of Zenowicz, a committee was established for the care of prisoners, whose members were wealthy merchants, including Alfons Koziełł-Poklewski (1809-1890).

Named Maria Hattowska 1858-1949 was maybe a next of kin to
Colonna-Hattowski Konstanty, General, 1827-1900, and
she was granddaughter of Russian General.
MARIA HATTOWSKA POKLEWSKA had children:
Maria Koziełł-Poklewska 1889-1956 + Wincenty Chrzanowski 1880-1944;
Alfons Aleksander 1891-1962 + Zofia de Stoeckl;
Stanisław, 1902-1978, m. Zofia Kurnatowska.

Wincenty Chrzanowski was the son of Edward Chrzanowski, b. ca 1850 + Maria Kicińska 1860-1920; and grandson of
Tomasz Antoni Kiciński 1806-1882 + Teresa Bielska 1819-1889; and great-grandson of
Stanisław Jerzy Kiciński, and Ignacy Jan Tomasz Bielski
[son of Paweł Bielski 1730-1808 + Anna Żaboklicka 1757-1828], MP 1830-31, 1761-1854.

Above
Alfons Poklewski-Koziell b. 1809 or 1810 in Быковщинa. Быкаўшчына, 6 km north-west to WIETRYNO, 27 km west- south-west to POLOCK. Died in 1890, studied in USZACZE and POLOCK; Uszacze - 40 km south to Polock; son of Tomacz Poklewski-Koziell and Anna SPINK / SZPINK, b. ca 1790, Poklewski-Koziell. Husband of Angelika RYMSZA / Poklewski-Koziell (1830-1901).
Father of
Vincent Stanislaw Poklewski-Koziell / Викентий (1853-1929);
Anna Antonina Alfonsovna von Riesenkampff;
Jozef Poklewski-Koziell;
JAN / Iwan Poklewski-Koziell / Иван (1865-1925),
and Stanislaw Poklewski-Koziell, 1868-1939.

Mentioned Козел, Томаш / FOMA KOZIEL, from LEPEL county.

Wincenty Stanislaw Koziell Poklewski - he was born 1853 and died 1929, son of Alfons Koziell Poklewski 1809 or 1810 - 1890, who was a member of the State Administration of Trade 1907 - 1912 according to Tatiana Pietrovna Mosunov and he was related to Hotowski i.e. Gatovskij, Slotwinski from Ravanicy and Malkiewicz / Малькевич, too. Vincent Stanislav Koziell Poklewski 1853 - 1929. State Councillor, entrepreneur, since 1890 managing 'Heirs of A. F. Poklevski Kozell' Company. Since 1878 in the public service. Shadrinsk 1878-1881; Ufa 1885-1886; Vjatsk classical gymnasium 1892-1898; Since 1883 - of the Perm province; the Shadrinsk County in 1905-1907, the Kamyshlovsky County; 1903 to 1918 Yekaterinburg classic men's gymnasium. Honorary member of the Ural Society of Naturalists; Chairman of the Siberian Branch of the Yekaterinburg Trade Bank, a member of the board of the Volga-Kama Bank. Tyumen, Yekaterinburg; in 1907-1912 Member of the State Council of Trade.
He owned in 1903 in Vitebsk province, the Bykovschizna estate / Быковщизна;
in the Minsk province in Bobruisk County - Красный берег / Krasnyj Bereg;
in the Vyatka province - the iron mining and ironworks in Glazov County - Upper and Lower Zalazinskii iron foundry.
In Ufa province at the Sofia village farm;
the Orenburg province - Demarin estate.
In the province of Perm - Tyushevskii estate. In Tobolsk province of Turin county; in the district of Tobolsk; in the province of Perm - Ertarskaya and Sarsinskaya factory.
Stone houses in St. Petersburg, Perm, Ekaterinburg, Kamyshlov, Shadrinsk, Verkhoturye, Krasnoufimsk, Nizhny Tagil, Kushvinsky plant, Birsk, Tobolsk, Tyumen, Kurgan, Semipalatinsk, Omsk, Pavlodar. Trading House "Heirs of A. F. Poklewski-Koziell" / Pakleŭski Kozell - the Company founder was Alfons Fomich Poklevskii-Kozell / Alfons Koziell Poklewski who in 1869 bought a large estate in Kurgan, built here a stone wine warehouse. Vincent Stanislav Koziell Poklewski also owned gold mines in several provinces, copper and silver mines. Since 1919 in exile. His wife Ж-

Мария-Юзефа / Jozefa Maria, daughter of Michael Gatovsky, that is Maria Hattowska 1858-1949, lived in Yekaterinburg.

The second son of Alfons Koziell Poklewski:

Stanislaw Koziell Poklewski was born 1868 and died after 1930, in 1897-1901 Tokio, 1901-1909 London, 1909-1912/13 Persia, 1913 to November 1917 in Romania! Witte saw alliances with Russia as potentially deadly entrapments, opposed the Anglo - Russian Convention. On his return from Portsmouth in 1905, in Paris, such an entente was proposed by the Russian diplomat Stanislaw Poklewski - Koziell.
The Russian emperor Nicholas II believed the British are enemies. Then Poklewski / Poklevski Koziell long urged Graf Witte, that Russia should enter - after the Peace of Portsmouth - in agreement with England, in order to put an end to the misunderstanding in Persia, Afghanistan, Tibet and other issues. King Edward was near by this diplomat. Witte honestly said that it is desirable to establish good relations between Britain and Russia, but without spoiling the existing relationships to the continental European powers.
Witte presented Poklevski-Koziell in Paris:
"That should be in my opinion, our policy in the west and in the east it is necessary to set up good relations with Japan. Russia desired peace, at least for a few decades...". An agreement between Russia and England proposed Poklewski Koziell and under his influence Izvolsky.
In 1911, Poklewski-Koziell would be in Tehran as one of Morgan Shuster's primary adversaries. In Paris, Witte also met the Russian Ambassador to Paris, Alexander Izvolsky, who made a proposition for an Anglo-Russian entente.

Stanislaw Poklewski-Koziell, personal friend with Edward VII, supported Izvolsky financially. On the British side, in 1905, Sir Edward Grey, who was at the center of the Milner group, became Foreign Secretary.

Alfons Koziell Poklewski had 5 children:
4 sons
(Poklewski - Koziell Wladyslaw, b. 1866 in Belarus, tsarist colonel, served in Russian Army as engineer; Polish Army since November 1918, general in 1919; and Wincenty Stanislaw and also Stanislaw)
and one daughter:
Anna Poklewska - Koziell born ca 1860 married to Antoni Riesenkampff b. ca 1860 with daughter Aniela nee von Reisenkampf 1890 - 1963 married to Jozef Aleksander Wielopolski 1886 - 1961.

Above Alfons POKLEWSKI, the Roman Catholic religion, was born 1809 or 1810 in the Bykov area of the Vitebsk District that is Bykowszczyzna, in the Vicebsk government, after high school in Polock, after in Vilnius, and St Petersburg, 1838 West Siberie and Perm, Ural, Tobolsk, Tiumen, Jekaterynburg (near to the Szumski family), Omsk, Tomsk, Czelabinsk acc. to Antoni Kuczynski. Died in 1890. His father name Фома that is Foma Koziell Poklewski, officer in Polock and was born ca 1780.

His next of kin: Jozef son of Jan and Jozefa nee von Tolensdorff, was exiled to Siberie after 1863.

4.
Maryla Koziell Poklewska / Maryla Koziell Poklevski married to Slotwinski / Slotvinski. Born ca 1880? Probably a daughter of Wincenty Stanislaw Koziell Poklewski born 1853 and died 1929, who was the son of Alfons Koziell Poklewski 1809 or 1810 - 1890, who was a member of the State Administration of Trade in 1907 - 1912 according to Tatiana Pietrovna Mosunov.

5.
Poklevski-Koziell Jozef son of Jan Poklewski-Koziel / Iwan (10.03.1876 - 04.25.1911) from a family of Siberian gold miners. Colonel of Corps of Mechanical Engineers (1908), since August 1907 an assistant of naval agent in England; in November 1909 was hospitalized for a mental disorder.

6.
The Riesenkampff family from Estland / Estonia:

Alfons Riesenkampff 1889 - 1936 son of Antoni Riesenkampff b. 1849, and Anna Koziełł-Poklewska b. ca 1860.
Mentioned above Antoni Riesenkampff / Антон Егорович Ризенкампф / Anton Johann Gabriel b. 1849 - d. 1919 in St Petersburg, General- Leutenant, his wife in 1880 was Anna Koziełł-Poklewska; his son Alfons von Riesenkampff 1889 - 1936, daughter Angelika Aniela Anna Antonia Maria Wielopolski or Aniela b. 1885 or 1890, married to JĂłzef Aleksander Wielopolski of Zabełcz, she died 1963 in Warsaw; Lydia von Riesenkampff b. 1900, and next son Anton Alfons von Riesenkampff 1886 - 1955 in Zabrze.

Above mentioned Антонина Альфонсовна Ризенкампф / Anna Antonina Alfonsovna von Riesenkampff nee Poklewski-Koziell 1860 - 1908. She died in the Hrodna government, acc. to Andrey Masing. Her mother Angelika Rymoza / Рымша Анжелина Иосифовна / Rymscha / Rymsza, 1830 - 1901, (she was mother to Jozef Poklewski-Koziell, Wincenty Stanislaw, Iwan / Jan, Anna Antonina Alfonsovna, Stanislaw).

Father of above named Antoni Riesenkampff / Антон Егорович Ризенкампф / Anton Johann Gabriel von Riesenkampff b. 1849, was Gregor (Georg) Gustav von Riesenkampff 1824 - 1878, born in Vööla mőis, Lääne County, Estonia; died in St Petersburg; Sergeant of Riga's dragoons regiment in 1838, lieutenant of the Prince Chernyshev / Czernyszew regiment, the campaign of 1849 in Hungary, Staff Captain, 1867 - Titular Counselor in Petersburg. His 1st wife was Hedwig Nesselowski or Ludowika / Ludwika Niesiolowska / Неселовская / Jadwiga Gräfin Korzbeck / Ядвига, daughter of Anton Nesselowski / Antoni Niesiolowski, Count. His second wife: Warwara Pawlowna Naumow / Варвара Павловна Наумова 1833 - 1909. Children of above Gregor (Georg) Gustav von Riesenkampff b. 1824: Михаил Георгиевич Ризенкампф / Michail Georgievich b. 1866, Anton Johann Gabriel b. 1849, Anatolij Egorovich (Анатолий Григорьевич or Егорович Ризенкампф, 1868 - killed 1918 in Sevastopol, he was the Black See naval officer, his wife Natalia Voronine / Воронина; her children: Nina Anatolievna von Riesenkampf de Almeida b. 1905 died in Sao Paulo, Мария Анатольевна Ризенкампф / Marie Pinto Alves / Moussia Pinto Alves 1901 - 1986, Olga Markow / Ольга Анатольевна Маркова 1899 - d. ca 1946), Alexander 1872 - 1895 with wife Vera Kozhewnikow / Вера Васильевна Кожевникова.

Family of above Gregor (Georg) Gustav von Riesenkampff b. 1824: Anna Katharina Riesenkampff b. 1822 in Tallinn; Nikolai von Riesenkampff b. 1826 in Tallinn - Major in Caucasus; Alexander Otto Eberhard 1821 in Vööla mőis, Lääne County - d. 1895, school in Reval 1833-34, studied in St. Petersburg, served in Tomsk, 1875 in Pjatigorsk, wife Елизавета Анисимовна, was friend of writer Dostoewski / Dostojewski; Maria Karoline Lichonin / Лихонина 1827 in Tallinn - 1882 in Petersburg, her husband Николай Александрович Лихонин died 1872 in Kronshtadt, Captain 1st Class.

Above Vööla mőis, Lääne County - that is Vööla (Bysholm) in Noarootsi Parish, Läänemaa County - 17 km north of Haapsalu.

7.

Franciszek Veriho - Darevski (i.e. Darewski Veryha who was an officer in Polack A.D. 1754) married Rozalia Koszyc, and next his daughter
married Tadeusz Koziell Poklewski son of Michal Koziell Poklewski from Holowczyn i.e. Haloucyn = Holovsin 17 km NE of Bjalynicy.

8.

Adam Wolowski (1855 to August 1865) and then Stanislaw Pusch were the directors of the Warsaw mint; that is Adam Ernest Wolowski, b. ca 1798, died 1868 - Warszawa. He married ca 1820 to Barbara Maryewska, 1796-1863; his son:

Wladyslaw JĂłzef Ludwik WOLOWSKI, 1829-1895 + JĂłzefa Teofila Szymanowska, 1833-1875; with son Adam Franciszek Gabriel Wolowski, 1856-1900, m. 1st Maria Koziell-Poklewska, 1860-1891, 2nd to Pss Stefania Woroniecka 1860-1925
[her great-grandparents: DUKE Andrzej Woroniecki; Pawel Gostomski 1760-1825; Hieronim Zielinski of NUR; Antoni Piotr Fabian Psarski 1766-1851; Magdalena Gruszecka; Aniela Szydlowska; Teresa Ciemniewska; Lucja Czekulin, 1775-1863].


A branch from Samuel Sołtan b. 1654, killed in 1709, m. 1st to Wisiunianka / Wisimianka, and 2nd to Helena Ewa von Manteuffel 1-v. Jan von Berk;

his son:
Stanisław Pereświt Sołtan 1698 - 1758, owned Andrepna and Zielonpole close to Rezekne / Rzeczyce, and Lideksna with Sprykutow close to Ludsen / Lucyn,
m. 1st to Eleonora Hilzen, daughter of Jerzy Konstanty Hilzen, and Anna Regina Schimmelpfennig von der Oye;
m. 2nd time in Dyrwiany to Helena Römer / Romer b. ca 1730 - she was 2-v. Jan Wayssenhof;
children of Stanislaw Soltan:
1. Augusta Sołtan, b. ca 1750 m. Eliasz Piottuch-Kublicki;
2. Stanisław Sołtan b. 27.8.1756 - died in 1836 in Mitawa, General, secret acted in 1793, then in 1812, member of Parliament of 1782, 1788, m. Franciszka Teofila Radziwiłł d. 1802, daughter of Stanisław RADZIWILL and Karolina Pociej, owned Zdzięcioł;
m. 2nd in 1820 to Konstancja Toplicka-Tupalska 1-v Kasper Korsak, daughter of Antoni and RĂłża GĂłrska.
Children of above Stanislaw Soltan:
1. Karolina Sołtan, b. ca 1780 / 1790 married after 1800 to JĂłzef Piottuch-Kublicki;
2. Anna Sołtan, b. ca 1780 / 1785 / 1788 / 1790 + Antoni Wańkowicz ca 1758 / 1760 or in 1780 - 1812 son of Tadeusz Wankowicz junior

[Tadeusz-Casimir Tadeushevich Vankovich / Tadeusz Kazimierz Wankowicz son of Tadeusz Wankowicz owner of SWOLNA in 1725]

who m. in 1755 to Anna Świętorzecka ca 1735-1812, daughter of Antoni Świętorzecki;
with children:
Waleria Wańkowicz, m. Konstanty Tyzenhauz,
Wanda Wańkowicz, + Benedykt Tyszkiewicz-Łohojski,
Klementyna Wańkowicz, + Mostowski.
Antoni Wankowicz / Anton Vankovich married Catholic noblewoman Anna Stanislavovna Soltan, who belonged to a wealthy and influential in those days family, was in close relationship with the magnate clans; her mother was Franciszka Teofila Radziwill / Francisco Theophile Stanislavovna Radziwill, daughter of Stanislaw Radziwill (1722-1787) and Karolina Pociej / Carolina (1732-1776); her father Stanislav Stanislavovich Soltan Pereswiat (1756-1836), who was court Marshal of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (1791-1792 ), and in 1812 he led the Commission to the Provisional Government.
3.
Helena Sołtan b. 1790 m. to Franciszek Soltan b. 1780, member of the Order of Malta;
4.
Adam Leon Ludwik Sołtan, b. 2.7.1792 in Warsaw, freemason, m. Idalia Pociej 1790 - 1839;

5.
Samuel Jerome Wladyslaw Soltan born 1824 in Uzukrewno.
Note:
Joseph Piottuch-Kublicki of Kublicz, about 1800 m. Soltan Carolina born ca 1780; with child:
Valentina Piottuch-Kublicka of Kublicz, b. ca 1800 and m. Wladyslaw Jozef Soltan was born 1795, d. 1843 (mother Josepha Benislawska), her child
Soltan Octavia, b. in Prezma / Pryzma / Presman 1830, died on August 15, 1871 in Kazan (or Razan ?), she was married in 1849 to above
Samuel Jerome Wladyslaw Soltan / Hieronim S. V. Soltan born 1824, died in 1900, landowner, member of the January Uprising.
Above named Samuel Jerome Wladyslaw Soltan was born 1824 in Uzukrewno (his mother's estate) and died on March 15, 1900 in Prezma, now Latvia;
he was son of Stanislaus Soltan (collaborator of the Constitution of 3 May, imprisoned in Smolensk in the 1794-1796, the President of the Provisional Government of Lithuania in 1812, d. Mitawa 1836) and Constance Toplicki / Konstancja Toplicka, a high school in Mitawa in 1835-1842 Courland, his parents after confiscating the 'Zdzieciol' estate (in the Slonim area and mentioned by Mr. Tadeusz Mickiewicz) moved house on the Livonia area, he was the insurgent in 1863, exiled to Ufa, interned in Riga. Study at the University of St. Petersburg in 1843-1844, married in 1849, with a relative of his, Oktawia nee Soltan, daughter of Joseph and Valentina, and settled in the estate of his wife, Pryzma in Polish Livonia. In 1858 - 1859 he traveled abroad, where he conferred with Adam Czartoryski and Witold Czartoryski and Count Zamoyski on the current state of Lithuania and Belarus.

6.
Stanislaw Soltan, 1822 - died 1897 in Anninsk, from Brzostowica Murowana in the Hrodna goverment, with wifes:
Maria Dunin-Jundzill b. 1827 and
Albertyna Dunin-Jundzill, b. 1837.
Children of Stanislaw Soltan b. 1822:
1. Bogdan Wiktor Soltan 1861 - 1912 married to Maria Franciszka Soltan b. 1863, with daughter
- Maria Emilia Soltan b. 1889 Aninsk and died 1963, m. Zdzisław Henryk Grocholski - her daughter
Maria Grocholska b. 1911 Pietniczany and died in 1940 Otrebusy;
2. Emilia Soltan Korsak, b. 1847 d. 1908,
3. Stanislaw Soltan, 1848 - 1850,
4. Helena Soltan 1849 - 1852,
5. Adam Soltan 1851 - 1902 Brzostownica Murowana,
6.
Wiktor Władyslaw Rudolf Pereswit-Soltan, born in 1853 - d. 1905 Warsaw, owner of Kraszuty.

Wiktor Dunin-Jundziłł / Jundzill Dunin had three daughters (see above and below):
1. Albertyna Sołtan nee Dunin-Jundziłł, 1836 - 1863;
2. Maria Sołtan nee Dunin-Jundziłł, 1827 - 1858;
3. Helena Chodźko nee Dunin-Jundziłł, 1822 - 1886 in Paris.

Alexandre Chodzko / Aleksander Borejko Chodźko / Александр Ходзько / Аляксандар Ходзька, born 1804 in Krzywicze / Krivitchi, the Vilna Governorate, Russian Empire (now Kryvitchi, Minsk Region); died 1891 in Noisy-le-Sec; an Orientalist, Polish writer and poet, was Russian consul in Persia. Son of the writer Jan Chodzko; from 1841 to 1842, he stayed in Greece, in Italy and the United Kingdom.
In 1847 he married in Lausanne to
Helena Dunin-Jundzill (1822 - 1886), daughter of Earl Wiktor / Victor Jundzill Dunin, General who emigrated from Poland;
she was the granddaughter of Mikołaj Michał Cichocki
(godchild of Marshal Joseph Poniatowski),
son of Stanislas Poniatowski King of Poland, and Marianna Iwanska (Magdalena Agnieszka Lubomirska ?).

Stanislaw Soltan, 1822 - died 1897 in Anninsk, from Brzostowica Murowana in the Hrodna goverment, married named above:
Maria Dunin-Jundzill b. 1827 and Albertyna Dunin-Jundzill, b. 1837.

Parents of JĂłzef Kazimierz Broel-Plater / PLATER 1796-1852:
August Jacek Hieronim Broel-Plater / August Hiacynt 1745-1803 and Anna Beydo-Rzewuska 1761-1800.
JĂłzef Krzysztof Donat Broel Plater b. 1796 in Krasław, died 1852 in Wilno, m.
Antonina Pereświt-Soltan (1800-1871) or
she married to JĂłzef Kazimierz Broel-Plater who was sentenced to settlement in Smolensk, where he lived with his family to 1846.
In Smolensk he has established a contact with Jozef Ignacy Kraszewski. After 1846 he returned to Kombula, in 1847 was elected assessor of the Criminal Chamber of the Novgorod province. Writer under nick-name Joseph Płaskoziemski in 1846, gave his own theory of light, heat and electricity, but not supported by experiences in the mid-nineteenth century. He was also the author of the short history and geography of Livonia; died in 1852 in Vilnius, was buried in Krasław.
He was married from 1819 to Antonina Pereświt-Soltan (1800-1871) and had 14 children.

I emphasizes once again on

JĂłzef Kazimierz Broel-Plater / PLATER 1796-1852, writer, born 1796 - Kraslaw, died in 1852 - Wilno, married in 1819 to Antonina Soltan 1800-1871, daughter of Benedykt Soltan b. 1770 and JĂłzefa Benislawska b. 1770,
with children:
Ludwika 1821-1897, Eugeni Joachim Herkulan born 1826, August Joachim 1830, Wilhelm Joachim Kazimierz Plater 1830-1856, Kazimierz Konrad 1830-1863,
Michal Hieronim Joachim 1834-1924 m. 1st to Aniela Felkerzamb 1825-1884 and 2nd to Gabriela Jaraczewska 1860-1935 with children:
Maria Anna Apolonia Broel-Plater 1894-1948 + Stanislaw Maria Jan Römer 1892-1965, Ludwika b. 1895 + Sigvalt Ankarhall 1894, Leon Broel-Plater 1897-1980 + Maria Drucka-Lubecka 1895-1987;
and last son Leon Joachim Blazej Broel-Plater 1836-1863 - member of the January Uprising in 1863.
The great-grandparents of JĂłzef Kazimierz Broel-Plater / PLATER 1796-1852:
1. Jan Ludwik Plater born in 1686 or 1690-1736
(son of Jan Andrzej Henryk Plater and Ludwika Maria von Grothuss; husband of Rozalia Brzostowska; father of Konstancja; Konstanty Ludwik and JĂłzefa; brother of Fabian Ksawery Broel-Plater; Aleksander Konstanty; Izabela Borch and Anna Sybilla von Syberg / Zyberk),
2. JĂłzef Tadeusz Oginski
(1693 - 1736, son of Kazimierz Dominik Oginski and Eleonora; husband of Anna; father of Augustyna Plater; Katarzyna Przezdziecka; Michal Kazimierz Oginski; Elzbieta Wielhorska and Genowefa Brzostowska; brother of Marcibela Zawisza-Kiezgajlo and Helena Oginska)
3. Waclaw Beydo-Rzewuski b. 1705 / 1706 - d. 1779;
4. Michal Kazimierz Radziwill
(Prince Michal Kazimierz Radziwill born in 1702, Olyka and died in 1762, nick-name Rybenko, owner of BirĹľai, Dubingiai, Slutsk, Kopyla and Shumsk. He was Court Marshal of Lithuania since 1734, Field and Grand Commander-in-Chief of Lithuania and in 1725 in Biala Krynica he married Urszula Franciszka Wisniowiecka, 2nd time married Anna Luiza Mycielska in 1754 in Lviv. His lover was Maria Karolina Sobieska, grand daughter of John III Sobieski);
5. Rozalia Brzostowska 1690-1746;
6. Anna Wisniowiecka 1695-1732;
7. Anna Lubomirska
(1717 - died 1763, m. in 1732 to Waclaw Rzewuski of Cracow, the Grand Commander-in-Chief of Poland, 1706 - 1779);
8. Urszula Franciszka Wisniowiecka 1705-1753.
Grandparents of JĂłzef Kazimierz Broel-Plater / PLATER 1796-1852:
1. Konstanty Ludwik Plater 1722-1778,
2. Augusta Oginska 1724-1791,
3. Stanislaw Ferdynand Beydo-Rzewuski 1737-1786,
4. Katarzyna Karolina Konstancja Radziwill 1740-1789.
Parents of JĂłzef Kazimierz Broel-Plater / PLATER 1796-1852: August Jacek Hieronim Broel-Plater / August Hiacynt 1745-1803 and Anna Beydo-Rzewuska 1761-1800.
JĂłzef Kazimierz Broel-Plater studied in Kroże (the Rossienie county) in Żmudz / Samogitia, then in 1815 studied at the Wilno Univ.; he was heir of Kombula / Kombul and KazanĂłw in Livonia / the Polish Inflanty, also Sickeln and Rozaliszki in Courland. He was elected nobility Speaker of the Rzeżyce / Rezekne county in Livonia;
after the November Uprising 1831 was persecuted by the Russian authorities as a relative of participants of the uprising: Emilia Plater and Cezary Plater.
JĂłzef Kazimierz Broel-Plater was sentenced to settlement in Smolensk, where he lived with his family to 1846. In Smolensk he has established a contact with Jozef Ignacy Kraszewski. After 1846 he returned to Kombula, in 1847 was elected assessor of the Criminal Chamber of the Novgorod province.
Writer under nick-name Joseph Płaskoziemski in 1846, gave his own theory of light, heat and electricity, but not supported by experiences in the mid-nineteenth century.
He was also the author of the short history and geography of Livonia; died in 1852 in Vilnius, was buried in Krasław.
He was married from 1819 to Antonina Pereświt-Soltan (1800-1871) and had 14 children - I am writing again:
Louise (1821-1897), Helen (b. 1825), twins Stefania (b. 1830) and JĂłzefa (1830-1887) heiress of the Kombula estate,
Cecilia (1839-1864), a nun in Chelmno at Pomerania,
and the sons:
August (1822-1861),
William / Wilhelm (1824-1856) the president of the court in Dyneburg / Daugavpils, the heir of KazanĂłw;
Kazimierz (1829-1863),
Eugeniusz / Eugene (1826-1916) owner of Żubry;
Michal / Michael (1834- 1924) the heir of Kombula;
Leon
(Leon Plater b. ca 1836, d. on May 28 / June 9, 1863 in Daugavpils, Earl, a participant of the January Uprising in 1863. Shot at the Dyneburg fortress because of a successful attack on the transport of weapons on 25 May 1863, after which, was captured - protecting the actual organizer and commander Zygmunt Bujnicki - buried in the place of execution but the body was dug and transported to another location in a unknown place).


Note:

Antonina Pereświt-Soltan (1800-1871) was daughter of Benedykt Soltan b. ca 1770 and Jozefa Benislawska
(Jozefa had also son Władysław JĂłzef Sołtan 1795 - 1843 + Walentyna Piottuch-Kublicka b. ca 1800 with daughter
Oktawia Sołtan 1830 - 1871 + Władysław Hieronim Samuel Sołtan 1824-1900);
Antonina was granddaughter of Piotr Sołtan + Przyborowska + Kopeć + Szostakowska;
the great-granddaughter of Jan who was son of Samuel Soltan;
Samuel was son of Jan Sołtan + Aleksandra Boreysza.


Note at margin on the Jundzill family:

a.
Alexandre Chodzko / Aleksander Borejko Chodźko / Александр Ходзько / Аляксандар Ходзька, born 1804 in Krzywicze / Krivitchi, the Vilna Governorate, Russian Empire (now Kryvitchi, Minsk Region); died 1891 in Noisy-le-Sec; an Orientalist, Polish writer and poet, was Russian consul in Persia. Son of the writer Jan Chodzko; from 1841 to 1842, he stayed in Greece, in Italy and the United Kingdom.
In 1847 he married in Lausanne to Helena Dunin-Jundzill (1822 - 1886), daughter of Earl Wiktor / Victor Jundzill Dunin, General who emigrated from Poland; she was the granddaughter of Mikołaj Michał Cichocki (godchild of Marshal Joseph Poniatowski), son of Stanislas Poniatowski King of Poland, and Marianna Iwanska (Magdalena Agnieszka Lubomirska ?).

Michał Mikołaj Cichocki / Michael Nicholas Cichocki (b. 1770 in Warsaw, died 1828 in Warsaw), Brigadier General of the Duchy of Warsaw; graduated from the Corps of Cadets, the captain, took part in the 1792 war with Russia. He died suddenly. He was a member of the Masonic lodge 'Slavic Unity'.

Above Magdalena Agnieszka Sapieżyna (1739 - 1780), was daughter of Antoni Benedykt Lubomirski.

Above Marianna Iwanska + Stanisław August Antoni Poniatowski had child Michał Mikołaj Cichocki, General, 1770 Warsaw - 1828 Warsaw; Parents: Stanisław August Poniatowski 1732 Wołczyn - 1798 in Petersburg; Marianna Iwańska about 1740 - after 1770.

b.
Note on Wiktor Dunin-Jundziłł / Jundzill Dunin and his daughters:

1. Albertyna Sołtan nee Dunin-Jundziłł, 1836 - 1863;

2. Maria Sołtan nee Dunin-Jundziłł, 1827 - 1858;

3. Helena Chodźko nee Dunin-Jundziłł, 1822 - 1886 in Paris.

See also about Konstantynowicz, Poniatowski King of Poland, Sulkowski, Venture, Breguet, Bizet, Maleszewski.

At geni.com:
Wiktor Dunin-Jundziłł 1790 - 1862, son of Franciszek Dunin-Jundziłł and Teresa Burzyńska, husband of Teresa Karolina;

father of Teresa Wiktoria Daszkiewicz; Helena Chodźko; Emilia Dunin-Jundziłł; Maria Sołtan; Wiktor Dunin-Jundziłł;
Karol Dunin-Jundziłł;
Konstancja; Albertyna Sołtan.

Helena Chodźko was wife of Aleksander Chodźko Sr., and she was mother of Adam Chodzko; Victor Chodzko; Alexandre / Aleksander Chodzko.

Maria Soltan was mother of Emilia Korsak; Helena Sołtan; Wiktor Władysław Sołtan; Adam Sołtan, and Stanisław Sołtan. Under copyright by Leszek Mila.
c.
Some on above named
Karol Dunin Jundzill (1826-1855):
1. great-grandparents:
Tadeusz Dunin-Jundziłł of Grodno 1720-1771; Tadeusz Burzyński 1730-1773; Stanisław August Antoni II Poniatowski 1732-1798; Ignacy Jakub Bachmiński 1740-1794; Aniela Cygemberg-Zaleska b. 1730; JĂłzefa Broel-Plater 1720-1778; Agnieszka Magdalena Anna Lubomirska 1739-1780 or after 1784
(1st married at the age of 16; we have inf. that Agnieszka 2nd married to Stanislaw II August Poniatowski in 1784, and they had one daughter Konstancja Szwan Poniatowska; Konstancja b. 1768 - d. 1844 in Dolsk, the Śrem County, was daughter of Agnieszka Magdalena Anna Sapieha; wife of Karol Szwan, and mother of Kazimierz Szwan + Julianna Barbara Elżbieta Szpilman b. circa 1796);
Ludwika JĂłzefa JĂłrska of Jurzec b. 1740;
2. grandparents:
Franciszek Dunin-Jundziłł 1750-1818; Teresa Burzyńska b. 1764; Michał Cichocki, 1770-1828; Emilianna Bachmińska 1768-1844;
3. parents:
Wiktor Dunin-Jundziłł 1790-1862; Teresa Karolina Cichocka 1799-1858.

d.
Magdalena Agnieszka Sapieżyna / Magdalena Agnieszka Maria Poniatowski / Magdalena Agnieszka Lubomirska that is Maria Iwańska + Stanislas II Antoine Auguste Poniatowski de Pologne; she was born 1739, d. 1780, her parents:
Anthony Benedict Lubomirski / Antoni Benedykt Lubomirski and Anna Zofia / Anna Sophia Ożarowska - the daughter of George Ozarowski. Sister of George Martin Lubomirski.
In 1756 she remarried by Alexander Michael Sapieha. From this marriage were born two sons and four daughters. Names of children are: Kazimierz, Anna Teofila, Karolina, Franciszek, Marianna Katarzyna, and Emilia.
Her all children:
Konstancja Żwan, Michał Cichocki (with Stanisław August Poniatowski), and mentioned Kazimierz, Anna Teofila, Karolina, Franciszek, Marianna Katarzyna and Emilia (with above Aleksander Michał Sapieha).
Meanwhile, the Princess Agnes Lubomirski Sapieżyna approached the king of Poland, giving birth to another man; with Sapieha was above five children (!) during the first five years of married life; the first husband, her next of kin Lubomirski, was 35 years older, and soon died. At the age of 23 began approchement with the king, gave birth of two children, Michal / Michael and Konstancja / Constance, but Prince Sapieha did not recognize them, by giving the name "Cichoccy" (formally as children of Jan / John Cichocki, and his wife Marianna Iwańska).
Above Michał Mikołaj Cichocki / Michal Cichocki, son of the king and the Duchess, was born in 1770, in 1813 become a General. He left numerous children (maternal branch).
He was father of Teresa Karolina Dunin-Jundziłł. She was born 1799 and died in 1858 in Switzerland; her mother was Emilia Katarzyna Abramowicz;
Teresa Karolina Dunin-Jundziłł was wife of Wiktor Dunin-Jundziłł, and mother of Teresa Wiktoria Daszkiewicz; Helena Chodźko; Emilia; Maria Sołtan; Wiktor Dunin-Jundziłł; Karol Dunin-Jundziłł; Konstancja; and Albertyna Sołtan.
About Constance wrote Dr. Czeppe:
son, Michal Cichocki was born in the autumn of 1770. In 1768 was a daughter Constance, bearing the names of Rużycka, Peters, and Cichocka. She lived at home in Warsaw of merchants Peter and Dorothy Peters.
Constance, married (and divorced) Szwan / Shvanov aka Zwanow. See Polish Biographical Dictionary, Vol. XXXV, pp. 170-171.
1844 in Dolsk, the parish Turzysk in Volyn / Volhynia, Konstancja Ciechocka Żwanowa died, left a son Kazimierz Zwan, the grandson of the king Poniatowski.
Kazimierz Zwan died in Warsaw in 1858, was colonel of the former Polish Army; born in the Volyn province in Mikitycze; Constantine Koehler, stepson;
in 1854 Zwan was living in Warsaw at a palace, owned by Joseph Dyzmański, previously owned by the sister of King, Izabella Poniatowski Branicka; next of kin was Julia Spilman.
Karol Szwan was married to Constance Cichocka (she aged 15 ?!) on January 19, 1783 in Warsaw; she divorced above Karol / Charles. At the cemetery Powazki in Warsaw: KAZIMIERZ ŻWAN, colonel, died 1858; close to him buried is JULJA 1st KOEHLER, 2nd ŻWAN, d. 1875; divorced (in 1825), Kohler had four children, including probably the last born shortly before the divorce.
But we know Julia Köhler m. in 1836 to Dobrski Julian, a noble and at the same time a singer; the youngest of their children, Helen, married Charles Wolanski, landowner in Podole;
on the other hand about Julianna nee Spillman / Szpilman, 1st married to Köhler / Kochler, 2nd to Szwan / Żwan; she was daughter of Franciszek and Małgorzata nee Rogowski; Franciszek Spillman died in 1840 in Warsaw.
Konstancja Salomea Gładkowska born 1810, in Warsaw, was the daughter of Andrzej b. ca 1763, and Salomea Woelke aka Wilkin (1786 - after 1833); her father was manager of the house;
the godmother was Constance / Konstancja Cichocki Żwan, illegitimate daughter of King Stanislaw August. Gladkowska studied singing at the Warsaw Conservatory, under the direction of Carl Soliva. 1829 during the concert she met Frederic Chopin
- lasted one and a half year and turned into a youthful fascination with Frederick. Konstancja married Grabowski and has left five children, of whom we know Sophia-Valentina married
Antoni Karpinski - Anthony led the Branickis company near Kiev and traded wheat in Odessa.
Under copyright by Mysłakowski and Andrzej Sikorski in 2007.
Stanislaw II August Poniatowski, 1732 - 1798 in Saint Petersburg, was son of Stanisław Poniatowski and Konstancja Zofia; father of Izabela Sobolewska; Michał Grabowski; Stanisław I Grabowski; Konstancja Grabowska; Petrovna Romanov Grand Duchess of Russia; Anna Poniatowski; Michał Mikołaj Cichocki and Konstancja Szwan.
King was brother of Kazimierz Jakub Poniatowski; Franciszek Poniatowski; Aleksander Poniatowski; Ludwika Maria Zamojska; Izabela Antonina Mokronowska Branicka; Andrzej Poniatowski, and Michał Jerzy Ludwik Poniatowski. Inf. by Andrzej Hennel in 2014.
Above Petrovna Romanov Grand Duchess of Russia / Анна Петровна Romanov, 1757 Petersburg - 1759; daughter of Stanisław II August Poniatowski, King of Poland and Catherine II the Great, Empress of All Russia; she was sister of Anna Poniatowski.
The brother of above named King of Poland, Stanislaw August Poniatowski [Freemason], was
Michał Jerzy Ludwik Poniatowski 1736 in Gdańsk - 1794 in Warsaw [Freemason]; son of Stanisław Poniatowski; father of Piotr Paweł Jan Maleszewski / Louis Maleszewski = Ludwik / Pierre Maleszewski [Freemason].

e.
Wiktor Jundziłł (1790-1862 Switzerland) was the landlord of Brzostowica / Bieriestovica to 1858;
village at present is close to the Belarus-Poland border;
in 1750, the estate bought Tadeusz Dunin-Jundziłł (1720-1771), chamberlain, and then the marshal of the nobility of Grodno district, married for the first time with Franciszka Lazow / Francoise ŁazĂłwna, and the second time with Aniela Zaleska;
a palace began to build Tadeusz Dunin-Jundziłł, finished his son from his second marriage, Franciszek Dunin Jundzill;
Francis (1750-1818), married to Teresa Burzyńska (1764-?) - like his father was chamberlain of Grodno, holder of the title of Count granted to him in 1798 by the Prussian king Friedrich Wilhelm III;
after Francis Dunin-Jundzill, Brzostowica was inherited by his son, Victor (1790-1862). In 1818 he married Teresa Cichocka (1799-1858), (acc. to dworypogranicza.pl/) Polish army general's daughter, Michal Cichocki and she had twelve children. Victor took part in the November Uprising, and after he emigrated to Switzerland. Tsarist authorities for their participation in the uprising confiscated this property but
Catherine Emilia Cichocka with her third husband, Michal Abramow / Michael Abramov, bought Brzostowica, and he took on education the eldest daughter of Victor, Maria Jundziłł. Then he gave her to marry Stanislaw Soltan (1822-1897), a graduate of the University of Dorpat, owner assets situated in the district of Wiłkomierz; he was the son of Stanislaw Soltan (1758-1836), a court marshal of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, and his second wife, Konstancja Toplicka / Constantine Toplicki;
after the wedding, Stanislaw Soltan sold his lands and settled in Brzostowica Murowana. Maria nee Jundziłł, Sołtan (she died in 1858) gave birth to two daughters and four sons.
After the death of Maria / Mary, above Stanislaw / Stanislaus Soltan married to her sister, Albertyna / Albertine (1836-1863).
Due to the illness of his wife, he did not take part in the armed uprising of January 1863, but he supported them financially; he was exiled in 1864 to Tobolsk, and he could return to Brzostowica after 10 years.
In 1896 he moved to the province of Vitebsk, to the estate Anińsk, of his daughter, Emilia, married to Bronislaw Korsak. Stanislaw Soltan died in Anińsk in 1897, and Brzostowica was taken by his only son from his second marriage, Bogdan Wiktor Soltan / Bohdan Victor (1861-1912), graduated from the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Riga, counselor of the Society of the Earth Credit in the Polish Kingdom. Married to his next of kin, Maria Franciszka Sołtan / Mary Francis Sołtan (1863-1926), with six children: three daughters and three sons.
Another lord of Brzostowica Murowana was the second son of Viktor Bogdan, Bohdan Joseph (1893-1960), married with Anna Nartowski (1898-1970); he was the last owner of the property.

Wiktor Jundziłł (1790-1862 Switzerland) was a Polish nobleman, married the grand-daughter of King Stanislaw August Poniatowski - Teresa Karolina nee Cichocka / Teresa Cichocka
(in 1818 he married Teresa Cichocka 1799-1858, sometimes is mistake: Polish army general's daughter, Michal Cichocki and she had twelve children).


Remember!
Agnieszka Magdalena Anna Lubomirska 1739-1780, daughter of Antoni Benedykt Lubomirski 1718-1761;
her children:
1. Konstancja Cichocka 1768-1844 m. Karol Szwan b. 1750 with child:
a. Kazimierz Żwan 1793-1858 m. Julianna Barbara Elżbieta Szpilman 1780-1875;
2.
Michał Cichocki, General in 1827, 1770-1828;
m. 1st to Emilianna Bachmińska 1768-1844 with child
Teresa Karolina Cichocka 1799-1858 m.
Wiktor Dunin-Jundziłł 1790-1862;
m. 2nd to JĂłzefa Brzozowska 1801-1853.

The well-known activist of Polish emigration, acting in Switzerland, a close friend of Adam Mickiewicz.
He was a supporter of the religious sect of Andrzej Towiański 'The matter of God' / 'The issue of God'. In 1834 the Russian Government has been confiscated his property; in 1836 he obtained Swiss citizenship and moved to Freiburg first, then to Lausanne, where he bought a property called "Campagne Lithuania".
Jundziłł had ten children and lived in the same house in Lausanne with Adam Mickiewicz.
Jundziłł for a short time sympathized with Towianski (Mickiewicz acted); Jundziłł frequently gave cash and favors to Mickiewicz.
Sometimes he supported immigrants who settled in Lausanne; Mickiewicz after his return to Paris, continue contacts and correspondence with Jundziłł.
Wiktor Dunin-Jundzill was living in Switzerland since 1831; his children:
Adam Dunin-Jundzill;
Magdalena nee Dunin-Jundzill (Magdalena married to Alois Tachet-de-Combes / Aloizy Tachet de Comtes);
Zofia; Konstancja; Karol; Emilia;
Wiktor Dunin-Jundzill (Wiktor born 1832, married to Adela nee de Reiff {Adela de Reiff born 1840, died 1892} and 2nd time to Maria de Reiff; died 1875);
Maria;
Teresa nee Dunin-Jundzill (Teresa born 1830, married to Ryszard Daszkiewicz; died 1909);
Helena.

f.

Under copyright by Site Genealogique et Heraldique du Canton de Fribourg, by Thierry HĂĽrliberger, Ada Romer-Wysocka of Paris in 2004, and Gerard Troisvires at http://www.diesbach.com/sghcf/j/jundzill.html:

Count Victor Pierre Thadee DUNIN de JUNDZILL, in Fribourg in 1836, b. 1790 in Poland, a member of the 'Cercle de la Grande Societe de Fribourg' in 1859; m. Therese Caroline Rosalie CICHOCKA, nickname LICHOCKA, b. 1799, d. in Lausanne in 1858;
children:
1. Emilie, b. in Poland in 1819, d. Lausanne 1845.
2. Helene JUNDZILL, lived in Fribourg, b. Dresden in 1822, d. in Paris in 1886, m. in Lausanne in 1847 to Alexandre Edmond BOREJKO - CHODZKO, b. in Lituanie in 1802, d. in Noisy-le-Sec in 1892, with children:
Adam, Victor-Jean-Adam, Alexandre, Marie and Therese.
3. Constance, b. in Poland, in 1823, d. St-Julien in 1902.
4. Charles (Karol) / Charles de Jundzill, b. Dresden in 1826, d. in Paris 1855, studied at the l'Ecole Polytechnique de Paris in 1844, professor, poet, near by Auguste Comte; member of the la Societe Positiviste (1848-1855);
5. Marie, b. in Poland in 1827, d. 1858, m. Stanislas SOLTAN.
6. Adam, b. 1828, d. in Hyeres, France, engineer;
7. Therese, b. in Poland in 1830, d. Geneve 1909, m. to Ryszard KORYBUT - DASZKIEWICZ, with Therese Tina, and Dymitr.
8. Victor.
9. Sophie, b. in Lausanne in 1833, d. Rome 1891.
10. Antoinette, b. Lausanne 1835, d. Warsaw in 1870.
11. Albertine, b. 1836, d. Poland in 1863, m. Stanislas SOLTAN / Stanislaw Soltan.
12. Madeleine de JUNDZILL / Magadalena DUNIN-JUNDZILL, b. 1839, d. Geneve 1907 m.
Alois TACHET des COMBES, of Vaulion b. 1836, d. 1905, with children:
1. Marie Tachet des Combes, of Vaulion 1862 - 1935 m. in Villars-sur-Glane;
2. Pierre Tachet des Combes, of Vaulion b. in Thonon (France, Haute-Savoie) in 1868, d. Lausanne in 1933, lived in Villars-sur-Glane, and Morges (1909-1910), Sacre-Coeur (1910-1930), Geneve, Fribourg (1928), Geneve (1929-1932).

Above mentioned Count Victor JUNDZILL, of Villars-sur-Glane, b. Lausanne 1831, d. Pau in 1875, engineer;
m. 1st ca 1860 to Marie Louise Josette, b. Fribourg in 1835, daughter of Jacques Louis Balthazar de REYFF de LENTIGNY, from Fribourg, and Marie Anne Josephine de REYNOLD;
m. 2nd ca 1866 to Marie Adele Madeline de REYFF de LENTIGNY, b. 1840, d. in Fribourg in 1892, with
Count Charles JUNDZILL, d. Fribourg in 1884;
Stanislas, b. Fribourg in 1867, d. 1941;
Jadwiga / Hedwige, b. 1873, d. Montreal 1963;
Marie / Misia, 1869 - Gries 1902, m. Bronislas ROMER, b. in Lithuanie 1856, d. San Remo 1899, with children:
a. Mathias / Maciej, 1890, d. Warsaw 1955 m. Marie KORYBUT - DASZKIEWICZ, 1889 - 1953.
b. Bronislas / Broneck, 1891 in Powience, Russie,
c. Tadeusz Romer / Thaddee ROMER, b. in Antonosz near Kaunas in 1894, died in Montreal 1978, and acc. to Wikipedia: a secretary to Roman Dmowski in 1919, the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ambassador to Italy, Portugal, Japan (1937-1941) and the Soviet Union (1942-1943). Then he was the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Polish Government in Exile (1943-1944);
m. Zofia Wankowicz / Sophie WANKOWICZ, b. Poland in 1897, d. Montreal 1981.
Tadeusz Romer has the 'Medaille de Juste parmi les Nations decernee par le Memorial Yad Vashem' (1984).
d. Jadwiga / Hedwige / Jadziulka, b. Lithuanie 1897, died in Geneve 1956.


Note on Zofia Wankowicz:

Acc. to http://www.sejm-wielki.pl/:
Zofia Wańkowicz m. Tadeusz Ludwik Römer b. 1894 in Antonosz, d. 1978 in Montreal; Zofia Wańkowicz b. 1907 in ZaświatĂłw, died Sept. 1981; her parents:
Stefan Kolumb Wańkowicz 1859-1923 and Helena Boguszewska 1868-1928.
Above Stefan Kolumb Wańkowicz was father of Jadwiga Rostworowska and Zofia Römer.
Above named Zofia Römer b. 1907 or Zofia Wankowicz born on 17 Feb. 1897 in Zaswiatow by Swislocz river, died in Montreal in Sept. 1981, daughter of Stefan Kolumb Wankowicz 1859 - 1923, and Helena Boguszewski 1868-1928;

Helena nee Boguszewski had 2 daughters:
Jadwiga Rostworowski and above
Zofia Romer;
Zofia m. two times:
1st to Tadeusz Ludwik Romer 1894 - 1978, with 3 children;
2nd to Konstanty Maria JĂłzef / Konstanty Maria Drucki-Lubecki, 1893-1939, since 1918;
her grandfather: ?
She was mother of Gabriela Alba Taylor.
Above Gabriela Alba Taylor (Römer) b. 1931, d. 1990;
married to Charles Margrave Taylor who was born in Montreal, Canada, in 1931, the youngest of three children (one brother, one sister) to Simone Beaubien, and Walter Margrave Taylor, a partner in a Montreal structural steel factory; Catholic. 1956 Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford;
"...studies under Isaiah Berlin, a major 20th century political philosopher who helped foster understanding of the relationship of liberty and equality, and analytic philosopher G. E. M. Anscombe, whose article Modern Moral Philosophy introduced the term consequentialism and influenced the study of ethics...".
Alba Romer has five daughters: Karen, born 1958; Miriam, 1959; Wanda, 1960; Gabriela, 1962; and Gretta, 1965.

TACHET-DES-COMBES:
1. The George Combe (1788-1858) of Edinburgh; lawyer;
2. Andrew Combe, was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1797 and died on 9 August 1847;
3. Henri Tachet des Combes and Marguerite de Grenaud, married 1888 she born 1863 from Alexandre Joseph Bonifort de Grenaud, Count of Saint-Christophe 1835-1888 and Gabrielle della Chiesa d. 1887;
4. Nicolas Tachet des Combes;
5. Elisabeth Marie Paule ESGONNIERE du THIBEUF, nee Bournezeau b. 1892, m. 1918, to Jean TACHET des COMBES, with:
Elisabeth TACHET des COMBES; Marie Madeleine TACHET des COMBES, m. Georges LE JARIEL des CHATELETS; Henri TACHET des COMBES.



All descendants with the Fox proper coat of arms (and probably with the Bowel(s), Three Crosses and Radwan armorial bearings, too) and with  our Konstantynowicz surname in the 17th cent. came from Michno Konstantynowicz 

region of Brest

1664 Jedrzej i.e. Andrew Konstantynowicz was the mayor of Brest and Roman  Konstantynowicz was a priest of the Greek Church in Jelna A.D. 1667 - as far as I know Jelnia i.e.  Jelna was situated about 12 km away from Scucyn 

and Mscislau

above 

in the SLONIM district

Hermogen Konstantynowicz wrote down in tribunal documents together with his neighbour Mizgier (Mizgier family lived also in Perepeczyn and Kolyszki in the Lida region A.D. 1608) in 1603, and also Michal Konstantynowicz - he signed the Olkienicka Alliance in 1698 and had Radwan coat of arms with Plavski by-name; the Arcimowicz family had also the Plavski nickname in a Braslau area, inf. of 1698 and 1763

the others of the Konstantynowicz family lived in the central  MINSK province continuously

the Babianowszczyzna village i.e. Buchta, Little Loszyca (Loszyce) in the Koroliszczewice parish - region of Siennica (the estate of Siennica was pawned and at a later date also sold by Stefan Dostojewski to duke Piotr Gorski son of Hryhory at the end of 16th cent.), Koroleszczenicze (i.e. Koroliszczewice or Karoliszczewicze at the map of 1859) and others; Mikolay Pohosha Konstantynowicz as early as 1643 and Jan Konstantynowicz in 1698; following Jan Konstantynowicz was born in the Minsk province at the beginning of the 18th cent. and possessed here the village Buchta = Baguta at present 

and PINSK

a certain Konstantynowicz called Rokoz i.e. Pokoz in 1674 

in the province of VILNA

Jozef Konstantynowicz Master of Arts, published "Decisio controversiae juris canonici (...) in 1647 and Stefan who was a member of the municipal board of Vilna in 1665 and  information about him in 1669 and February the 06th, 1672 - in accordance with "The  Records of the Lithuanian High Court" vol. XI, p. 319 about Iwan Pott; also Symon (=  Szymon) Konstantynowicz was a deputy to the Warsaw general confederation in 1668; lady  Maryna Konstantynowicz lived in the Vilna district in 1673; Franciszek Konstantynowicz  lived in the Vilna town in 1686 and he witnessed a riot 

in PORAZAVA and Vaukavysk district

   the Konstantynowicz family with our coat of arms lived also at the Vaukavysk district in the 17th cent. in accordance with "The Town Court Records"; Porazava i.e. Porozov landed property = Porosow near Vaukavysk in 1669 

in the Paszkowszczyzna - Kuranec region

  Jan Konstantynowicz in the Asmjany ex-district 1690,  7 km north - east of Vilejka in the  17th century

In the Hrodna district

  Adam Konstantynowicz landowner near to Grodno with his neighbour Eysymont in 1646  and Bazyli Konstantynowicz who was a royal general in the Hrodna district 1664 - 1688. A  certain Teodor Drozdowicz of Jastrzebiec arms was the royal general in this district also in 1682.  

   The Ejsmont family  (= counties Eysymont or Eysimont)  owned a Cydzik farmland and they were  a neighbourhood of Konstantynowicz  house. The Eysmont house was related to Bylinski or Bilinskis family of Lodzia arms from Kleptowszczyzna and Koraziewo village in 1623. The Jurowski family or Jurauskas of Friend arms in an estate of Jurewicze also was a neighbourhood of them, and   Tolloczko house who had relationship with Dworzecki - Bohdanowicz or Dvozeckas - Bagdanavicius.  Kalenkiewicz family of   Kotwicz arms from the Jurewicze estate was related to the  Konstantynowicz noble house.  Andrzej, Marek and Konstantin /  Konstanty Konstantynowicz stayed at the Zydomlija region in space of 1630 / 1690.  

   Tolloczko i.e. Toloczko or Talackas with the Pobog diverse coat of arms according to Gajl, p. 234 and the Godziemba arms derived from Podlasie area, and for the  first time information of 1391, verified in 1800, possessed Nieprakszty in the Trakai district and Dobury in the Vilkmerge district; Toloczko noble family with Pobog arms in the Hrodna district, and for the first time information of 1619, 1632, 1648, 1672, 1674 and 1764; the Pobog diverse arms: shield - an arrow diagonally going out of horseshoe, with three feathers and crown above the shield.  

   Kalenkiewicz lived in villages: Tereszki - Zygmuntowszczyzna, Zukiewicze, Niescierowskie, Filipowskie, Jurewicze, Kotra - Kalenkiewicze, Huszczyce and  Piotrowszczyzna, too.  

In the Trakai (Troki) district

   Krzysztof Konstantynowicz was a clerk of the district in 1669

 On active service during the war against Russia 1654 - 1667 

- a certain Konstantynowicz with the Fox arms commanded a Cossack troops that occupied quarters in Krasiejewie and Iwaniki (the Pinsk district   probably) villages; these places rifled on their stay on 15 January 1665; the above Konstantynowicz commanded the Tartar troops in 1666 and  mister Fastowicz and Gasiewski (Gosiewski ) prosecuted the a.n. in the Mscislau court (the Mscislau province according to Jan Ciechanowicz

- Augustyn Konstantynowicz (died 1713) was a clerk of the Lithuanian military confederation in the Mscislau province since 1661 by  1667 according to Jan Vladyslav Poczobutt - Odlanicki (the diarist was born in Pomornoki A.D. 1640, d. 1703, memorials 1640 - 1684, supporter of the Pac family and  Vincenty Gosievski since 1659)

The Konstantynowicz ancestry lived in the 18th cent. 

1.

in the  Minsk  province 

   Koroleszczenicze (= the parish of Koreliszczewicze / Koroleszczenicze) near to Minsk and the holding Little Loszyca  next to Koroleszczenicze; we were in the Buchta estate (i.e. Bahuta at the map of 1859, Baguta or  Babianowszczyzna in the parish of Luzki that is Lushki west of Smolewicze or Smaljavicy / Smolevichi), here Jan  Konstantynowicz and his sons: Maciej, Pawel, Samuel, Bazyli, Antoni, Franciszek and  Marcin in the first half of the 18th century. 

   According to http://www.dresselgenealogy.us/XIX.htm (the Dressel / Dreszel Genealogy): in 1774 Jan  Konstantynowicz was residing in Stashynki / Starzynki / Stashynek, and he witnessed to an attempt on Jerzy Dreszel = Dressel; he was giving the names of the people involved in it: Alexander and Konstancya HORAIN WOYSKI / Harain Wojski (they have told that the duce Woronecki tries to include  Stashynek / Starzynek in the County of Koydanov / Kojdanow, SW of Minsk, and that he means to take over the estate by force from Horain Woyski).  Jan  Konstantynowicz was one of the willing to help for Dressel. His neighbours: Tadeusz Rutski / Rucki, Antoni Borowski, Jan Oskirka  Zienkiewicz, Jan Daszkiewicz and Mikolaj Downar.  

2.

near to Braslau

(or Braslaw) SE of Dyneburg; they were close to the family of Beynar - Bejnarowicz, with Novina - Zlotogolenczyk coat of arms  

3.

next Mscislau

above  

4.

near by Brzesc

 or Brest = Brest - Litovsk 

5.

at Volhynia

1729 with the "palatinus Kijoviensis" title to Bazyli Konstantynowicz but Volhynia is  outside of the Grand duchy of Lithuania; "(...) two Konstantynowicz families have been (...)  verified in (...) Podolyia (05. 12. 1841) and in Volhynia (04. 12. 1844)" according to Andrzej Bajor -  this quotation  without the Author's written permission  

6.

in the Grodno (= Hrodna) province

an information was about Jozef Konstantynowicz on 19 April 1764 and the same Jozef in 1765; besides in 1765: Antoni, Jan, Dominik, Benedykt and Leon Konstantynowicz  served their country; the Konstantynowicz families, owners of Tolloczki village in part, survived in the Hrodna area in the 18th cent. according to S. Koscialovski and they lived in parishes of Pojeziersk and Lawkowo = Lavkovo ("Antoni Tyzenhaus", volume 1, p. 646)

7.

in the Vilna (Wilno) area

Jan Konstantynowicz and Michal in 1779 (they lived in the Hrodna district, too). 1788 - Szymon Konstantynowicz deputy "a communitate" of Wilno city to the 4-years Polish Parliament. It hasn't signatures of persons with the Konstantynowicz surname from the Grand duchy of Lithuania (without   the Polish Ukraine: Podolia and Volhynia) in a documents of the Sluck Protestant Confederation of 1767 

8.

near to Perejaslav

somebody (owned Fox coat of arms according to an armorial of 1914; territory of Russia in the 18th cent., 78 km SE of  Kiev) among Cossacks in 1756 

История фамилии Константинович. Genealogy and history of the Wernadski, Modzelewski and Kanstancinovič / Konstantinovich / Konstantynowicz family in the XVIII and XIX centuries in Russia.

and somebody pro tempore in Greater Poland afterwards in  the 18th century, too. 

The Konstantynowicz family from eastern Belarus is my ancestry

1772 

this territory (MscislauSamava, near to Krycau) was  already in Russia, as the  Government of Mahileu (or Mogilev by  Dnieper, Mogiljow by Dnepr) after the 1st Partition of Poland, I am afraid.  Seventy years later on  they  partly have moved out to the  easternmost parts of the  Minsk government, to the  Berezina parish circa  

1842 

id est in the villages  BOROVINA and  MIEZONKA (the village is  situated 28 kilometres south - east  of Berazino = Beresino, Berezyna Berezina, Byerazino or Berezino).  

 Left - the German map  of 1943, NE of  Miezonka. 

The place  was the Radziwill estate to 1832 / 1842. More  information about families and villages in the Berezina parish (i.e. Berezino) and the Ihumen  district, see:    Berezyna http://www.catholic.by/port/en/dioceses/minsk-mohilev/ 

The above Meshonka: here lived Antoni Konstantynowicz - was born c. 1833 - and his son Stanislaw; the same Stanislaw  Konstantynowicz from Miezonka (i.e. Miezonki) and Anna nee Malkiewicz are foster parents of my grandfather; my  great grandmother Anna nee Malkiewicz (Malkevicius) came from the Dryssa ujezd (= the Werchnedwinsk district; the place  Asveja / Oswieja) in the Government of Vicebsk / Vitsyebsk; her ancestry was near related to the families: 

Czyzewski (from the Dzisna district), 

История фамилии Константинович. Genealogy and history of the Kanstancinovič / Konstantinovich / Konstantynowicz family in the XVIII and XIX centuries in Belarus. Miezonka noble locality east of the Berezyna river.