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Kazimierz Dambski and Aleksander Jozef Sulkowski of Bielsko [Bielsko-Biala] in DANISZYN in the Ostrow Wielkopolski commune. Daniszyn, in the Ostrow Wielkopolski county, the Ostrow Wielkopolski commune, 13 km west to Ostrow; 10 / 11 km south-west to RASZKOW, 9 km south-west to Pogrzybow. In 1765 in Daniszyn was the farm, and until 1736 all the Odolanow estate took Jozef Radomicki. The Odolanow estate in 1736, Kazimierz Dambski / Kazimierz Jozef Dambski took, who had a brother Jozef Wojciech Dambski, 1713 - 1778, both the sons of Andrzej Dambski + Katarzyna. Then Daniszyn belonged to the Leszczynskis. Before 1754, Daniszyn was owned by Duke Aleksander Jozef Sulkowski, and next his son Aleksander Sulkowski until 1782. Aleksander Jozef Sulkowski: The Society of Polish Republicans was the Polish secret organization, in Warsaw on October 1, 1798 to mid-1801; with contact to the Deputation in Paris, and General Tadeusz Kosciuszko in Paris. The main activists were: Jan Orchowski / John Aloysius Orchowski, Raymond Rembielinski, Andrew Horodyski and Erazm Mycielski / Erasmus Mycielski. General Aleksander MYCIELSKI was a friend of Jozef Aleksander Sulkowski / Joseph Alexander Sulkowski. Above Aleksander Jozef Sulkowski, 1695 - 1762, in 1733-1738 the Saxon Electorate prime minister, Count and Prince of the Holy Roman Empire, chamberlain of Augustus III, 1734 Saxon Infantry Major General, grew up at the royal court, was the closest adviser the King and Elector Augustus III. Prince Alexander Joseph died in Leszno in 1762, had a four sons from his first marriage. Jozef Sulkowski in 1779 to 1782 with an uncle or a grandfather was in Naples, Flanders, Netherlands, England, Spain, Portugal, Paris to Marie-Antoinette d'Autriche; in 1783 in Russia to Ekatherina II who given to him title of officer. I am thinking that a boy Jozef Sulkowski was taken into the care of a wealthy uncle, the Duke Casimir Augustus Sulkowski. Kazimierz August Sulkowski = August fancied himself that Jozef Sulkowski is an adoptive son; Duke took him on nearly 3-years tour in Europe. August Kazimierz Sulkowski the prince, born on November 15, 1729 in Dresden, died on January 7, 1786 in Leszno, the governor of Gniezno 1768-75, and in 1775-1776 the marshal of the Permanent Council; the governor of Kalisz from 1775, Poznan from 1778, general lejtnant of the Crown troops from 1782; after 1755 he became a Maltese bachelor; the son of the prince Aleksander Jozef Sulkowski and Maria Franciszka Stein zu Jettingen. Married to Ludwika Mniszech (1751 - 1799). The owner of Kobylka close to Wolomin. August Poniatowski, sold Kobylka to the governor of Kalisz, August Sulkowski. Duke Sulkowski sold in 1772 named Kobylka to Count Aleksander Unruh / Aleksander Unrug, 1704 - 1773, the son of Jerzy Von Unruh = Georg Sebastian von Unruh and Anna Helena. Aleksander UNRUG was the husband of Helena Beata Oppeln Bronikowska Unruh, and Joanna Krystyna Charlotta, the daughter of Zygmunt Fryderyk Troschke de Rosenwerth. Father of Fryderyk Sebastian Unrug.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 15 MAY 2021.


Encyclopedia:
Kiedrzynski, Hutten-Czapski, Kruszynski, Nostitz-Jackowski with Krasinski, in Bukowiec close to Swiecie - Baranowo close to Ostroleka with Krasne close to Przasnysz - Sedziszow Malopolski with Zelechow and Chocen; Konojady, Wichulec, Kruszyna Szlachecka - Raszkow and Bieganin - Wola Wiazowa with Jedlno.
Helena Hutten-Czapska b. in Ostrzeszow in 1762; lived in Jedlno, Raszkow in 1802, died in Wola Wiazowa in 1828; her husband Izydor Kiedrzynski who was living in 1775/1776 until death ca 1802 in Jedlno, b. in Bieganin in 1749, as the son of Franciszka Kiedrzynska nee Nostitz-Jackowska.

Baranowo had a church, founded by Count Kazimierz Krasinski / Kazimierz Jan Krasinski, together with Bishop Michal Jerzy Poniatowski (1773-1785; the father of Maleszewski who was married three times in France, among others to Venture de Paradise. Named Venture de Paradise was intermarried to Breguet, Sulkowski, Maleszewski).

Brodowe Laki is a village in the Baranowo commune, within the Ostroleka County, 13 kilometres north of Baranowo [Kaczynski], 33 km north-west of Ostroleka, and 8 km north to ZIOMEK = Ziomki [Rokossowski].

Kazimierz Krasinski / Kazimierz Jan Krasinski owned Radziejowice, Krasnosielc and Zegrze; Sterdynia, and Stegny close to Jednorozec
[close to Przasnysz and Ostroleka].
The Krasinskis owned Krasnosielc long time.

Jozef Wawrzyniec Krasinski bought Sterdyn / Sterdynia from Jan Lubienski and Anna Lubienska.
In 1881, Drazdzewo, by the Orzyc river, belonged to the Krasnosielc estate owned by the Krasinskis.

Jozef Hutten Czapski [his family moved home to Raszkow in 1802 and to Wielun - Kalisz, and intermarried to Jaruzelski, Karwat, Jozef Pilsudski, Bardski in Tczew] had a brother Jerzy Czapski b. ca 1695. Jozef Czapski died in or bef. 1736. Jozef Czapski b. ca 1700, had also a son Jan Czapski b. ca 1725, d. 1778. Kruszyny Szlacheckie and Niewierz took Jozef Czapski b. ca 1700. Jozef had also a son Ignacy Hutten Czapski b. ca 1727/1729. Sumowko in 1778, Ignacy Czapski took.
Sumowko is a village in the Zbiczno commune, within the Brodnica County, 6 km east to KONOJADY; 11 km east to Bukowiec; 5 km north to WICHULEC.
Kruszyny Szlacheckie - 4 km south-east to Wichulec.
NIEWIERZ - 9 km west to Brodnica.
Bobrowo - 5 km south-west to Wichulec.
Jozef Hutten Czapski b. ca 1700, was the son of Jan Czapski b. ca 1680/1688 - d. in 1736/bef. 1742. In 1736, above Jan Hutten Czapski b. ca 1680/1688 [died 1736], the son of Marcin, bought Najmowo and Sumowo. Jan Czapski of Bobrowo, had a brother Jozef Czapski of Kruszyny, north-west to Niewierz and 5 km west to Wadzyn, 9 km west to Wichulec, 4 km south-east to Bukowiec [but Kruszyny Szlacheckie north-east to Niewierz] b. ca 1680. Jan Czapski was the son of Marcin Hutten-Czapski, ca 1650/1655-1718 + Teresa Goslawska d. bef. 1702, 1-voto Jan Zawadzki d. 1687. Marcin Czapski b. ca 1650/1655, was the son of oldest Jan Czapski, b. ca 1610/1620. Marcin Czapski was the Wenden and Inflanty official. Jan Hutten Czapski b. ca 1610/1620, m. Anna Klinska.
NAJMOWO - 3 km north-west to Kruszyny Szlacheckie.
Sumowo - 2 km north-west to Najmowo.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 11th MAY 2021.


Kiedrzynski, Hutten-Czapski, Kruszynski, Nostitz-Jackowski with Krasinski, in Bukowiec close to Swiecie - Baranowo close to Ostroleka with Krasne close to Przasnysz - Sedziszow Malopolski with Zelechow and Chocen; Konojady, Wichulec, Kruszyna Szlachecka - Raszkow and Bieganin - Wola Wiazowa with Jedlno.
Helena Hutten-Czapska b. in Ostrzeszow in 1762; lived in Jedlno, Raszkow in 1802, died in Wola Wiazowa in 1828; her husband Izydor Kiedrzynski who was living in 1775/1776 until death ca 1802 in Jedlno, b. in Bieganin in 1749, as the son of Franciszka Kiedrzynska nee Nostitz-Jackowska.

Baranowo had a church, founded by Count Kazimierz Krasinski / Kazimierz Jan Krasinski, together with Bishop Michal Jerzy Poniatowski (1773-1785; the father of Maleszewski who was married three times in France, among others to Venture de Paradise. Named Venture de Paradise was intermarried to Breguet, Sulkowski, Maleszewski).

Brodowe Laki is a village in the Baranowo commune, within the Ostroleka County, 13 kilometres north of Baranowo [Kaczynski], 33 km north-west of Ostroleka, and 8 km north to ZIOMEK = Ziomki [Rokossowski].

Kazimierz Krasinski / Kazimierz Jan Krasinski owned Radziejowice, Krasnosielc and Zegrze; Sterdynia, and Stegny close to Jednorozec
[close to Przasnysz and Ostroleka].
The Krasinskis owned Krasnosielc long time.

Jozef Wawrzyniec Krasinski bought Sterdyn / Sterdynia from Jan Lubienski and Anna Lubienska.
In 1881, Drazdzewo, by the Orzyc river, belonged to the Krasnosielc estate owned by the Krasinskis.

Count Edward Krasinski, 1870 in Radziejowice - 1940 in Dachau, Polish patriot, the writer and since 1909 the landlord of Opinogora, after Count Adam Krasinski (1870-1909).
Edward's parents:
Count Jozef Krasinski of Krasne, the Maltese Order member, lived in 1848-1918 + Css Helena Stadnicka, 1844-1927.
The grandparents:
Adam Henryk Kajetan Krasinski, 1821-1903 + Css Karolina Mycielska, b. 1825.
The great-grandparents:
Emilia Anna Marianna Ossolinska, 1790-1869 + Count Jozef Wawrzyniec Maciej Krasinski, 1783-1845.
The great-great-grandparents:
Count Kazimierz Jan Krasinski, 1725-1802 + Anna Ossolinska, 1759-1809.

Antoni Michal Hutten-Czapski, 1725-1792, the owner of Bukowiec in the SWIECIE county + the 2nd married Elzbieta Potocka,
the owner of Przysiersk;
but Antoni Czapski the 1st m. in 1749 [until ca 1761] to Kandyda Rozalia Lipska,
the daughter of Jozef Antoni Lipski, ca 1688 - 1752 + Anna Letkowska, died in 1754.

Elzbieta Potocka m. Antoni Czapski ca 1768/1770 until bef. December 1772.

The owner of Sedziszow Malopolski in 1787 or in 1790, was Barbara Moszynska nee Rudzinska. Her sister - Wiktoria Rudzinska [m. Jan Nepomucen Zboinski in 1786].

Barbara Moszynska nee Rudzinska / Rudzienska, the owner of Sedziszow Malopolski, was the daughter of Elzbieta Potocka, m. Michal Rudzinski.

Named Michal Kazimierz Rudzinski lived in 1730-1764.

And Elzbieta POTOCKA RUDZINSKA m. the 2nd to Kazimierz Jan Krasinski / Kazimierz Krasinski of Krasne [the owner of BARANOWO, north-west to Ostroleka, and in the Baranowo paris we have: Chudzik, Kaczynski, Rokossowski].

Kazimierz Jan Krasinski, 1725-1802 = Kazimierz Krasinski = Jan Kazimierz Krasinski, died in ZEGRZE - and here we have von Gersdorff / Gersdorff.

Above Elzbieta Eustachia Potocka died in Zegrze in [1764 ?] 1776, married in 1756 until 1766, to Kazimierz Jan Krasinski.

Kazimierz Krasinski, 1725 - 1802, the Prussian count in 1798, the governor of Przasnysz in 1773. He was married three times:
in 1756 to Eustachia Elzbieta Potocka, 1720-1781, the daughter of Feliks Potocki, ca 1720 - 1766;
in 1767 to Elzbieta Potocka, 1740-1776, the daughter of Feliks Potocki;
in 1782 to Anna Ossolinska, the daughter of Aleksander Ossolinski + Benedykta Antonina Barbara Lewendal, 1735-1778.

Antoni Ossolinski, ca 1730 - 1776 m. Css Rozalia Butler, b. ca 1730,
with the son
Stanislaw Ossolinski, MP in 1789, the Sulejow official, lived ca 1760 - 1843 + Jozefa Morsztyn, ca 1768 - 1815.

Stanislaw Ossolinski had a daughter Emilia Anna Marianna Ossolinska, 1790-1869 + Count Jozef Wawrzyniec Maciej Krasinski of Krasne close to Przasnysz, 1783-1845,
and named Emilia Krasinska Ossolinska had the younger son
Count Adam Henryk Kajetan Krasinski of Krasne, the BLONIE agriculture society, 1821-1903, m. in 1846, in Swieciechowa / Schwetzkau
(5 kilometres west of Leszno and 7 km south-east to Krzycko Male;
9/10 km south-east to Jezierzyce Koscielne; 14 km south-east to WLOSZAKOWICE; 20 km south-east to BUCZ;
22 km south to CZACZ and 19 km south to Smigiel),
to Css Karolina Mycielska, 1825-1912, the daughter of Count Jozef Nikodem Mycielski, 1794-1867 + Css Ludwika Wodzicka, 1800-1849;
with the son
Jozef KRASINSKI, the Maltese Order, 1848-1918 + Css Helena Stadnicka, 1844-1927.

Above Count Adam Henryk Kajetan Krasinski of Krasne, 1821-1903, was the son of
Count Jozef Wawrzyniec Maciej Krasinski, 1783-1845 + Emilia Anna Marianna Ossolinska, 1790-1869;
the grandson of
Count Kazimierz Jan Krasinski, 1725-1802 + Anna Ossolinska, 1759-1809;
MP Stanislaw Ossolinski, ca 1760-1843 + Jozefa Morsztyn, ca 1768-1815;
the great-grandson of
Antoni Krasinski, the Zakroczym governor, 1693-1762 + Barbara Zielinska, ca 1690 - 1774
[Antoni Krasinski had a daughter
Elzbieta Barbara Krasinska + Stanislaw Gabriel Dembowski;
and Antoni Krasinski had above son Count Kazimierz Jan Krasinski, who was married three times:
1.
Eustachia Elzbieta Potocka of Podhajce, ca 1720 - 1781;
2.
Elzbieta Potocka, ca 1740 - 1776;
3.
Anna Ossolinska, 1759-1809, the daughter of
Aleksander Ossolinski, 1725-1804 + Benedykta Antonina Barbara Lewendal, 1735-1778;
and the granddaughter of
Jan Stanislaw Ossolinski, General, 1689-1770 + Ludwika Zaluska, 1700-1758.

Count Adam Henryk Kajetan Krasinski, 1821-1903, was the great-grandson of
Aleksander Ossolinski, 1725-1804 + Benedykta Antonina Barbara Lewendal, 1735-1778.
And the great-grandson of
Antoni Ossolinski, the Sulejow official, ca 1730 - 1776 + Css Rozalia Butler b. ca 1730.

And the great-grandson of Joachim Morsztyn, b. ca 1750 + Css Salomea Wielopolska, ca 1740 - 1807].


Encyclopedia:
Helena Hutten-Czapska b. in Ostrzeszow in 1762; lived in Jedlno, Raszkow in 1802, died in Wola Wiazowa in 1828; her husband Izydor Kiedrzynski who was living in 1775/1776 until death ca 1802 in Jedlno, b. in Bieganin in 1749, as the son of Franciszka Kiedrzynska nee Nostitz-Jackowska.
I need explain to you all on Helena, the wife of Izydor Kiedrzynski, of my mother family line. Ca 1992/2010 I was thinking Helena Kiedrzynska [the 1st hypothesis] maybe was from the Walewskis, and she was the second wife of named Izydor Kiedzynski b. 1749 in Bieganin close to Raszkow, as the son of Andrzej Kiedrzynski b. ca 1715/1720 + Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska, the daughter of Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670 + Jan's first wife. Helena was born in 1762, and was living together with her husband Izydor Kiedrzynski in Jedlno. Izydor Kiedrzynski was living in Jedlno in 1775/1776 until his death, but Helena Kiedrzynska back home from Jedlno [Jedlno belonged to Mecinski-Stadnicki branch, and then aft. 1775 to the Walewskis, the Freemasons] to Raszkow in 1802 [Raszkow aft. 1803 was taken by the Skorzewskis because Anna Nostitz-Jackowska married Antoni Skorzewski and named Anna was the sister to mentioned Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska married Kiedrzynska], after a death of her husband in Jedlno ca 1802. Helena died in Wola Wiazowa under care of the Pradzynskis bacause Melchior Pradzynski married to Petronela Kiedrzynska. Petronela's sister was Julianna Kiedrzynska married ARNOLD in Raszkow. Above Helena Hutten-Czapska was born probably in Ostrzeszow in 1762; back from Jedlno to Raszkow in 1802, died in Wola Wiazowa in 1828; her husband Izydor Kiedrzynski who was living in 1775/1776 until death ca 1802 in Jedlno, was born in Bieganin in 1749, as the son of Franciszka Kiedrzynska nee Nostitz-Jackowska.
Maybe Helena Czapska b. ca 1762, was the sister of Jan Hutten-Czapski b. ca 1765. And maybe Helena Czapska [the 4th hypothesis: born ca 1761/1763], the sister of Jan Czapski of Ostrzeszow, was the wife of Izydor Kiedrzynski.
In 1793 in the Dobrzec parish; at present Piekart is situated in KALISZ, close to Dobrzec Wielki: in Piekart was born Franciszka, the daughter of Michal Korycinski and Zofia Korycinska, the owners of Piekart, with godparents: Jan Amadei, the owner of Boczki, and Jozefa Rudnicka nee Ordega. Marianna Rudnicka, the wife of Jan Amadej, the daughter of Ms Jozefa Ordega and Wojciech Jozef Antoni Rudnicki.
Raszkow, and also a register of the church in Glogowa, the Wladyslawow commune, in the Turek county: Glogowa - 3 kilometres west of Wladyslawow, 11 km north-west of Turek. In 1802, Ignacy Jozef Hutten Capski was born in Raszkow, the son of Jan Hutten Czapski b. ca 1765. Jan Hutten Czapski b. ca 1765, was living in Ostrzeszow ca 1788-1792 and in Raszkow ca 1802. Jan b. ca 1765 was the son of Antoni.
Antoni Hutten Czapski was born ca 1723. Antoni Czapski had a sibilings: Jakub and Joanna. In 1765, Antoni Czapski, the son of Jozef Hutten Czapski, and the grandson of Jan Hutten Czapski, sold the part of Bobrowa / Bobrowo [10 km north-west to Brodnica], to Jan Lewald Jezierski. Antoni Hutten-Czapski was the son of Jozef Czapski, b. ca 1700.
Jozef Hutten Czapski had a brother Jerzy Czapski b. ca 1695. Jozef Czapski died in or bef. 1736. Jozef Czapski b. ca 1700, had also a son Jan Czapski b. ca 1725. In 1778, above Jan Czapski died, the son of Jozef Czapski. Kruszyny Szlacheckie and Niewierz took Jozef Czapski b. ca 1700. Jozef had also a son Ignacy Hutten Czapski b. ca 1727/1729. Sumowko in 1778, Ignacy Czapski took.
Sumowko is a village in the Zbiczno commune, within the Brodnica County, 6 km east to KONOJADY; 11 km east to Bukowiec; 5 km north to WICHULEC.
Kruszyny Szlacheckie - 4 km south-east to Wichulec.
NIEWIERZ - 9 km west to Brodnica.
Bobrowo - 5 km south-west to Wichulec.
Jozef Hutten Czapski b. ca 1700, was the son of Jan Czapski b. ca 1680/1688 - d. in 1736/bef. 1742. Jan Czapski of Bobrowo, had a brother Jozef Czapski of Kruszyny, north-west to Niewierz and 5 km west to Wadzyn, 9 km west to Wichulec, 4 km south-east to Bukowiec [but Kruszyny Szlacheckie north-east to Niewierz] b. ca 1680. Jan Czapski was the son of Marcin Hutten-Czapski, ca 1650/1655-1718 + Teresa Goslawska d. bef. 1702, 1-voto Jan Zawadzki d. 1687. Marcin Czapski b. ca 1650/1655, was the son of oldest Jan Czapski, b. ca 1630. Marcin Czapski was the Wenden and Inflanty official. Jan Hutten Czapski b. ca 1630, m. Anna Klinska. In 1736, above Jan Hutten Czapski b. ca 1680 [b. 1736], the son of Marcin, bought Najmowo and Sumowo.
NAJMOWO - 3 km north-west to Kruszyny Szlacheckie.
Sumowo - 2 km north-west to Najmowo.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 09th MAY 2021.


New! I need check all this page, but not now on 06th MAY 2021. Below we have genealogy of Hutten-Czapski + Karwat + Jaruzelski + Jozef Pisudski, together with Julianna Kiedrzynska ARNOLD of RASZKOW, the godmother of this family line.
Julian PIUS Arnold m. in 1870, in Chocen, south to WLOCLAWEK, to Bronislawa Maria Szrajber b. ca 1844, the daughter of Napoleon Szrajber, of KOWAL, b. ca 1810 + Marianna Ilowecka. They had a son
Bronislaw Marian Arnold b. ca 1871 m. Stefania Maria Arnold, the daughter of Stefan Arnold b. ca 1830 + Stanislawa Ilowiecka, b. ca 1850.

Julian Pius Arnold was the grandson of
Jan Arnold, 1751-1840, in 1803 was living in RASZKOW
[1st marriage in 1798, in Wierzchoslaw, or in Wierzchoslawice close to Inowroclaw and west to Przybranowo: Julianna Kiedrzynska, 1772-1811, the daughter of Jakub Kiedrzynski, b. in Wilczkow; and 2nd m. in 1813, in Liskow (14 km west to Wilczkow), to Helena Kiedrzynska, ca 1780 - 1845, the daughter of KASPER Kiedrzynski of the Margonin district, ca 1753 - 1814 + Arciszewska b. ca 1763]
+ Julianna Kiedrzynska
[the daughter of Jakub Kiedrzynski who was the son of Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska and Andrzej Kiedrzynski b. ca 1715/1720, the owner of BIEGANIN close to RASZKOW]
1772-1811
[the 1st wife, but the 2nd was Helena Kiedrzynska, the daughter of Kasper Kiedrzynski who was the brother of Izydor Kiedrzynski b. 1749 {my family line}, and of Jakub Kiedrzynski b. in Wilczkow]
and
Julian Pius Arnold was the grandson of Wojciech Ilowiecki, 1765-1847 + Estera Nasierowska, 1770-1810.

Julian Pius Ludwik Arnold was the great-grandson of
Lucja Skorzewska, 1740 - 1786 + Antoni Nasierowski, 1735 - 1784.

Above Lucja Skorzewska was the daughter of
Antoni Skorzewski, b. ca 1710, d. in 1766 + Anna Nostitz-Jackowska, ca 1710 - bef. 1768.

And Anna JACKOWSKA was the sister to Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska, the wife of Andrzej Kiedrzynski b. ca 1715 / 1720, the owner of Bieganin. Anna was the daughter of Jan Nostitz-Jackowski, b. ca 1670, and Jan's 1st wife, unknown, b. ca 1680.

In 1755, the brothers Maciej Jackowski and Mikolaj Jackowski, the sons of Jan Jackowski b. ca 1670, and his 2nd wife Rozalia Trzebska [she was born ca 1687 ?], the grandsons of Boleslaw Jackowski = Boguslaw Nostitz Jackowski of Turza Wielka, gave back their inheritance to hands of Michal Jackowski's - their brother - sons. Next brother, Aleksander Jackowski older, was the squire in Turza Wielka [Turza Wielka of the Nostitz-Jackowskis in the 17th century - 6 km south to Tluchowo; 5 km east to Chalin; 7 km north-east to SOBOWO; 13 km south-east to RUMUNKI Tupadelskie], which estate they received after death of mentioned brother Aleksander Jackowski.

Wladyslaw Czapski / Wladyslaw Hutten Czapski b. in 1835 [either ca 1840 or in 1842], bpt. in Wielun, was the son of Ignacy Hutten Czapski born in RASZKOW in February 1802.
Raszkow belonged to my family, Kiedrzynski. In 1802, Ignacy Jozef Hutten Czapski was born,
the son of
Jan Hutten Czapski b. ca 1765
[the grandson of Antoni Hutten Czapski b. 1722/1726 and KATARZYNA]
+ Marjanna Rudnicka b. ca 1775, the daughter of
Szymon Rudnicki + Salomea.
Godfather - Ignacy Rudnicki, the owner of Koscielna Wies;
the godmother - Juljanna Arnold nee Kiedrzynska, the owner of Raszkow; her sister was married Pradzynska of Wola Wiazowa and around Pleszew.

JAN HUTTEN CZAPSKI was living in RASZKOW, but was forest official in Glogowa / Glogowia in the Turek county, around 1802.

Wladyslaw Czapski b. 1835 had godmother in Wielun, Konstancja Czapska of Piaski in the Boleslawiec parish.

Above Szymon Rudnicki m. Salomea. Szymon was the Ostrzeszow official. Szymon Rudnicki had a daughter - Maryanna Rudnicka, m. in 1793 in Odolanow to Jan Czapski, b. ca 1765, the Ostrzeszow governor-manager. Jan Hutten-Czapski was the witness of a marriage of Stefan Rudnicki.
Szymon and Salomea Rudnicki were the parents of Stefan Rudnicki.

Wincenty Czapski / Wincenty Hutten-Czapski, the governor-manager of Ostrzeszow, in 1778, married in Ostrzeszow to Marianna Rudnicka, the daughter of Szymon Rudnicki of Ostrzeszow.
Jan Czapski / Jan Hutten-Czapski in 1809 in Ostrow Wielkopolski had a daughter Konstancja Czapska / Konstancja Hutten-Czapska [she was lived close to Boleslawiec and in Wielun], by his wife Marianna Rudnicka, b. ca 1780.
Marianna was married twice. Second time to named Jan Czapski.

Ludwika Hutten Czapski Piotrowicz, 1815-1847.

Maria Rogolinska in 1854 married to Tomasz Konstanty Feliks Piotrowicz = Konstanty Piotrowicz. The son of Andrzej Piotrowicz and named above Ludwika Czapski b. 1815. Maria Rogolinska and Konstanty Piotrowicz born in 1833. He was born in Krzepice. Konstanty was living in Biala close to Wielun, a teacher. Maria was from Wielun under care Wincenty Szulc. Konstanty until 1862 was living in Chocianowice. Piotrowicz studied in Piotrkow Trybunalski to 1849. In 1852-1855 in Biala close to Wielun. In 1855, Piotrowicz worked in Wielun. The mother of named Maria, was Ansberta Rogolinska nee Badynska, b. 1816 in Posoka, in the Stare Miasto near to Konin parish. Posoka belonged to Florenty Badynski, the son of Jozef Badynski and Jozefina Gajewski, coat Jelita, from 1768.
Konstanty Piotrowicz was the son of Andrzej Piotrowicz + Ludwika Czapski. Konstanty b. in 1833 in Krzepice. Maria was from Wielun under care of Wincenty Schulz, the 2nd husband of Anastazja Rogolinski Tchorzewska, the sister of Maria.
Schulz and Tchorzewska m. in 1850 in Wielgomlyny close to Radomsko. They lived in Zalesie, together with Maria. Maria was living in Zalesie.

Wielgomlyny:
Walenty Bleszynski b. 1706, was the son of Aleksander BLESZYNSKI senior, of WIELGOMLYNY, and Anna Wilkoszewska. Aleksander BLESZYNSKI senior, b. ca 1680, and Anna Wilkoszewska b. ca 1680. Aleksander senior had a son Aleksander Bleszynski junior, born ca 1705. Agnieszka Katarzyna Sulkowska (nee Bleszynska) b. 1736 in Wielgomlyny, was the daughter of Aleksander Bleszynski junior, and Marianna Magdalena.
Agnieszka was the wife of Stanislaw Sulkowski. Agnieszka had a brother Wojciech Jan Nepomucen Bleszynski b. 1738 in Mierzyn, near Rozprza.
ALEKSANDER Bleszynski maybe was the son of JAKUB Bleszynski born ca 1640.
In the Wielgomlyny parish was bpt., but in 1733 in Trzebce, Antoni Felicjan was born as son of Andrzej Ujejski of Trzebce. Godparents: Aleksander Bleszynski of Trzebce and Teresa Lacka of Borowce.
In 1743 in named Zalesie and Bogdanow, Stefan Bielski, an official in Piotrkow Trybunalski married to Helena Lacka of Zalesie. Witnesses: Aleksander Bleszynski, the landowner, and Piotr Lacki with Joachim Lacki, the brothers, the owners of Borowce.
Walenty Bleszynski b. 1706, the son of Aleksander BLESZYNSKI and Anna Wilkoszewska, had a 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:
in 1791 in Lgota, twins were born to Wincenty Musznicki and Zofia Pagowski, the owners of Lgota. Godfather - Jan Bleszynski of Bieliki, the 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.
Ignacy Kiedrzynski b. bef. 1730. Acc. to my research he was the brother of Andrzej Kiedrzynski born ca 1715/1720. Andrzej Kiedrzynski was the landowner of Biegacino bef. 1750, that is Bieganin / Bieganino, ca 23 km west of Kalisz and 16 km south of Orpiszewko; married Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska. 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 Zablocka 1 voto Swiecicka, a widow.
Zofia nee Zablocka 1 voto Swiecicka was the widow, a woman who has lost her husband by death; with witnesses:
Mikolaj Zablocki from Rogi (6 km south-east of Wielgomlyny),
Antoni Maj / MAY of Wola Zycinska (5 km south-east of above ROGI),
and Antoni Zareba.
Interesting reading:
Al Capone's right hand was Abram "Alex" Sycowski.
Even describes as "the second after Capone". His real name was Alexei Sycowski, he came from a Jewish family living in Wielgomlyny, approx. 25 km from Radomsko; was born around 1894. In 1900 went to Hamburg, and from there to the United States. According to other sources Alexei Sycowski came to the United States together with his family. He was a manager at one of the commercial enterprises in Chicago. Soon after Kid Tiger (his nickname) became the treasurer of the gang and the main manager of smuggling alcohol. Al Capone showed the authorities that high income reaches through the activity belonging to him laundries.
Siegfried Mendel Wolinski b. February 2, 1903 in mentioned above Wielgomlyny
- 12 km south-west of Przedborz, Radomsko County. Compare the Chelmo parish with Krery - here the Skora family my mother line side. East of Kobiele Wielkie and south-east of DMENIN; died 1936 in Tunisia. Husband of Lola Sarah Bembaron. The father of Georges Wolinski and Ella Wolinski. Georges Wolinski (b.Tunis) was the son of Siegfried Mendel WOLINSKI of Wielgomlyny, Poland.
Wielgomlyny:
in 1717 the Kampanowski family built chapels dedicated St Anna; in 1726 the Moszynski family founded a second chapel on the south side.
Wincenty Witkowski b. 1788 in Karlin, 16 km south to Czarnocin, died in 1847 in Borzykowa,
in the Radomsko county [10 km south-west to MALUSZYN, south to Silnica and Wielgomlyny],
m. 1st to Brygida Starczewska d. 1834, in Borzykowa, the daughter of Jan STARCZEWSKI, and Antonina Silnicka;
the 2nd married in 1845 in Chelmo, in the Radomsko county
[12 km west to Przedborz, 5 km south to KRERY]
to Eleonora Kiedrzynska b. ca 1818 [acc. to me 1798/1808] in Biestrzykow Maly, in the Radomsko county,
the daughter of
Antoni Aleksy Kiedrzynski, the owner of Kiedrzyn and Kamyk close to Czestochowa,
and his wife Jozefa Luboinska [second wife ?].

Biestrzykow Maly - 7 km east to WOLA MALOWANA; north-east to KOBIELE WIELKIE; 8 km north-west to WIELGOMLYNY; east to Dmenin.
Above Antoni Aleksy Ostoja Kiedrzynski of Kiedrzyn, was the owner of Kamyk. His descendant was the priest in the Starokrzepice parish, 8 km south-west to KRZEPICE. Luboinski ca 1820 was a manager of the Kukowo or Dankowice.

We back to Konstanty - his father was a teacher; the mother - Ludwika Czapski married Piotrowicz, born in 1815, and was the daughter of
the official in Ostrzeszow, Jan Hutten-Czapski + Marianna Rudnicki. Ludwika Czapski came from Odolanow in the Poznan province.

ODOLANOW:

Hilary Borzecki, the 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.
Hilary Borzecki, was the landowner of Michorzew / Michorzewo. His 2nd wife died in 1785, in Michorzewo.
In 1788 Hilary bought a land from Jozef Drywa Zakrzewski, an official in Pyzdry: Wysoka, Wielany - 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 the 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, a daughter of Kazimierz SOKOLNICKI, the mariage before 1789; she was born ca 1749; her second mariage in 1798 to Jan Nepomucen Korytowski, in Wyganow;
her daughter Urszula Kordula Jozefa BORZECKA born in Targoszyce, bpt. in 1789 in Wyganow; she died after 1808 near to Szkaradowo. The brother of named above Hilary was Damazy BORZECKI, the 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, the daughter of Jakub FIGETTI and Anna Krzechcinska.
PAWEL BORZECKI was leaseholder of
Kobylin Stary in 1772 - 1778;
Dlugoleka close to named Kobylin in 1780 - near to Pepowo;
Sarbinowo close to Zytowiecko;
Dabcza, 1782 close to Mokronos;
the 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 the owner of Pniewy, the godmother of granddaughter Szaniawska in 1794 in Poniec.
Damazy's daughters:
1.
Joanna Julianna BORZECKA, b. in 1768 close to Poniec, married in Pawlowice in Nov. 1788 to Jozef Kalasanty Szaniawski;
2. Roza, b. ca 1772,
3.
in 1776 was born Teresa Jadwiga Borzecka, in Folwark Kobylinski, bpt in Kobylin, m. 1792 in Pniewy to Jan Szaniawski;
4. Helena, b. in Folwark Kobylinski in 1778.
Pawel Damazy Borzecki junior, had sons:
Florian Borzecki;
Teodor Borzecki, b. in Zawada / Zawady and bpt 1769;
Maurycy Borzecki.
Kotlow in 1795:
Lazarz Adam Teofil, b. 1794, the son of Stanislaw Wiesiolowski and Honorata Kielczewski;
the godparents: Adam Czernik of the Odolanow county, and Jozefata Czernik Pracka.

Jan Kiedrzynski b. ca 1680, the brother (?) of Adam Kiedrzynski - inf. 1704 from the Poznan province.
ADAM KIEDRZYNSKI married 1st to Elzbieta Myszkowska b. ca 1685 - d. before 1724.
Her sister:
Jadwiga Myszkowska m. 1st to Stefan Golygowski / Golyglowski, Goligowski, the owner of Pomiany and Wodzicze.
Adam-Stefan Kiedrzynski / Adam Stefan Kiedrzynski / Adam Kiedrzynski was born ca 1660 / 1670 [not in 1680], died ca 1723, married 2nd time to Eleonora Rozdrazewska / Rozdrazewski b. ca 1683.

Eleonora Rozdrazewska was a daughter of - ? - Jan Franciszek Rozdrazewski b. 1650 and Filipina Heister;
Adam Stefan had the son Mikolaj Kiedrzynski - inf. 1740.
Eleonora's brother was Franciszek Rozdrazewski, 1690-1744, m. Miaskowska with a son JAKUB Rozdrazewski, and a daughter WERONIKA of Gogolew, born ca 1715.
Karol Rozdrazewski was the brother of above Franciszek Rozdrazewski b. 1690.

Jakub Hieronim Rozdrazewski b. ca 1621, d. 1662 in KOZMIN - at half way from KROTOSZYN to Jarocin, and north-west of Rozdrazew, 6 km.
His father was Jan Rozdrazewski (1595-1628) of Odolanow, and Gryzelda Sobieski;
the grandfather Jan Rozdrazewski, ca 1543 - 1600;
the great-grandfather Hieronim Rozdrazewski and Anna Lukowska.

Jan Rozdrazewski b. ca 1543 was closest friend of LESZCZYNSKI, and m. 1st to Barbara Rachenberk; 2nd to Katarzyna Potulicki - she died in KOZMIN -
with a son Jan Rozdrazewski, b. 1595, the officiel in Odolanow, and 2 daughters: Anna m. in 1603 to Waclaw Leszczynski, and Barbara married Jan Kostka of Lipno.
Katarzyna Potulicki Rozdrazewski (d. 1613) bought in 1601 the Kozmin estate, and 1603 m. 2nd to Ludwik Weiher / WEJHER of Prussia.

Named Jakub Hieronim Rozdrazewski m. 1st
with a son Jan Franciszek Rozdrazewski (born 1650, the official in Miedzyrzec and Odolanow, d. 1685);
married 2nd with sons:
Stanislaw Rozdrazewski (of Odolanow), Michal (of Sroda and Odolanow) and Adam, and daughters:
Ludwika Teresa OBORSKA, and
Zofia Anna Rozdrazewska m. in 1670 to Aleksander Jan Wezyk.

Eleonora Rozdrazewska was 1 voto to Adam Kiedrzynski, but 2 voto Stanislaw Ryt; inf. of 1739 about her brother. We know about Sulmierzyce in 1739, a inventory of the estate Szulmierzyce, for Pagowski - here since 1669;
Sulmierzyce belonged to Odolanow
[13 km to west; Sulmierzyce was situated on the border of Silesia, Austria and Prussia; south-east to KROTOSZYN], owned by Rozdrazewski; with Graniowice farm.

We back to Maria's Piotrowicz sisters:
Rozalia and Franciszka.
Konstanty Piotrowicz had a brother Bronislaw b. in 1837.

In 1802, Ignacy Jozef Hutten Czapski was born,
the son of
Jan Hutten Czapski b. ca 1765
[the grandson of Antoni Hutten Czapski b. 1722/1726 and KATARZYNA]
+ Marjanna Rudnicka b. ca 1775, the daughter of
Szymon Rudnicki + Salomea.
Godfather - Ignacy Rudnicki, the owner of Koscielna Wies;
the godmother - Juljanna Arnold nee Kiedrzynska, the owner of Raszkow; her sister was married Pradzynska of Wola Wiazowa and around Pleszew.

JAN HUTTEN CZAPSKI was living in RASZKOW, but was forest official in Glogowa / Glogowia in the Turek county, around 1802.

Ludwika Czapski died in Wielun in March 1847. Ludwika nee Czapski born in 1815 in Odolanow / Adelnau, was the daughter of
Jan Hutten Czapski b. 1765, and Marianna Rudnicki. Jan Hutten Czapski was the Ostrzeszow official.
The brother of named Ludwika was Franciszek Czapski, ca 1795/1805 - 1868. Franciszek married Petronela Lenarcinska in 1831, b. ca 1808. They had a son Andrzej Czapski.

Ludwika Piotrowicz nee Czapski b. in 1815, from Odolanow and Ostrzeszow, the daughter of Jan and Marianna Rudnicki. Jan Czapski was the governor-manager of Ostrzeszow. Jan's brother was Wincenty + Marianna.
Wincenty, Jan and Ignacy were the brothers, b. among ca 1755-1765.

Ostrzeszow in 1788, Jan Felicjan Walencki was born, with godparents: Jan Czapski, the official in Ostrzeszow and Ludwika Leska.

Ostrzeszow in 1788, the godfather Wincenty Czapski, the Ostrzeszow official, and Marjanna Rudnicka, the daughter of the Ostrzeszow official.
Ostrzeszow in 1788, in Parciny, Franciszek Jankowski, was born as the son of Urszula Korytkowski married Jankowski; godparents - Jan Czapski and Katarzyna Piglowska.
Ostrzeszow in 1789, Zuzanna Marjanna Katarzyna Wojakowski, was born with godparents: Jozef Wojakowski, Captain, and
Elzbieta Czapska, the wife of governor Ignacy Czapski; next godfather was Ignacy Czapski, of Ostrzeszow, and Marjanna Rudnicka; also Jan Czapski with Helena Czapska.
Ostrzeszow in 1789 - Augustyn Egidjusz Wincenty Czapski was born as the son of Ignacy Czapski + Elzbieta; godparents - Wincenty Czapski and Marjanna Rudnicka.
Ignacy Czapski married bef. 1788 to Elzbieta Miler.

Ostrzeszow in 1790 - Jadwiga Teresa Barbara Czapska was born as the daughter of mentioned above Ignacy Czapski and Elzbieta. Godparents - Anastazy Rzukowski, the Ostrzeszow official, and Barbara Morawska from the Ostrzeszow Castle.
Ostrzeszow in 1791 - the bpt. of Jew Ignacy Sliwinski from Rojow. Godparents - Barbara Morawska, Wincenty Czapski, the governor of Ostrzeszow, and Elzbieta Czapska.
Ostrzeszow in 1791, in Olszyna, godparents: Wincenty Czapski and Barbara Morawska.
Ostrzeszow in 1791 - Jan Nepomucen Erazm Jozef Golanski was born with godparents: Jozef Sliwinski, the owner of Rojow; Elzbieta Czapska, nee Miler, of Ostrzeszow; Wincenty Czapski, the governor of Ostrzeszow, and Marianna Rudnicka.
Marianna Rudnicka was married aft. 1792; b. ca 1770.

Ostrzeszow in 1788, in Piela Zamecka; godparents - Wincenty Czapski and Ludwika Leska, both of Ostrzeszow.
Ostrzeszow in 1788, was born the son of Ignacy Czapski and Elzbieta Miler; with godparents - Roch Moraski and his wife Barbara Piglowski, the Smolensk official.
Ostrzeszow in 1788, the son of Blazej Walencki + Agnieszka Mirowski; the godparents - Jan Czapski, the governor of Ostrzeszow and Ludwika Leska.
Ostrzeszow in 1788 - the child of Wincenty Czapski and Marjanna Rudnicka. We need check this note.

Jan Czapski, in 1809 in Ostrow Wielkopolski had a daughter Konstancja Czapska. Jan's wife was Marianna Rudnicka, b. ca 1770/1780.
The Rudnickis came from Ostrow Wielkopolski, Pleszew, Ostrzeszow.
Stefan Rudnicki m. Jozefa Skarzynski in 1804 in Tursk / Tursko close to Pleszew. The Goluchow commune - 4 kilometres north of Goluchow, 11 km east of Pleszew, close to Grodzisk, Rokutow and Czerminek, and Goluchow.

Gutow - 3 km south to Sobotka; 6 km north to Bedzieszyn; 5 km south to KARSY; 18 km west to KALISZ.
In 1763, Stanislaw Kostka Dydak Aleksander Jozef was born; a son of Franciszek Kozuchowski and Marjanna Walichnowska Kozuchowska; Marjanna Walichnowska was the daughter of WALICHNOWSKI, an owner of Karsy, Wierchoslaw, Bobry, Ciechel, Grudzielec, Magnuszewice [ca 1763].
Gutow - 3 km south to Sobotka; 6 km north to Bedzieszyn; 5 km south to KARSY; and 18 km west to KALISZ.
In 1801, in Karsy, Jan Kromer, the Prussian lieutenant, married Wiktorja Grudzielska. She was born 1755; witnesses: Jozef Trampczynski, an owner of Karsy [in 1801]; Osinski owner of Czechel.
KARSY - here BONA Kiedrzynska of KARSY was living - is situated in the Kalisz prov.; close to Goluchow - 8,5 km; near Pleszew - 14 km. Karsy - 2,5 km west to Kucharki, 5 km north-east to SOBOTKA; 8 km north to GUTOW; and south-west to GOLUCHOW.
Kasper Wyssogota Zakrzewski the owner of Gutow, born in 1738/1739.

Miezonka and the net to DZIALYNSKI of Pakosc close to Inowroclaw - Znin, and of GOLUCHOW - 14 km south-east to PLESZEW, at way to KALISZ.
Kajetan Oskierka, b. 1820/1821, married Stefania Julia Radziwill, 1825-1896, the owner of Miezonka. Kajetan was the son of Dominik Oskierka. Then in 1842 Miezonka belonged to Dominik Konstantynowicz and his son - Antoni Konstantynowicz, and to the grandson - Stanislaw Konstantynowicz + Anna Malkiewicz of Oswiej / Oswieja - owned by PROZOR.
The sister of Dominik Oskierka -
Aniela Oskierka, 1770-1804, married Ignacy Kajetan Prozor b. ca 1770 [see OSWIEJA and Malkiewicz],
with:
Maurycy Prozor, b. 1801 in TEMPLARS Church in England - d. 1886 + Anna Chlopicka, b. ca 1810.

GOLUCHOW
- 14 km south-east to PLESZEW, at way to KALISZ; 5 km north to Czerminek; 12 km south to Rokutow [compare Kiedrzynski]; 14 km north-east to Sobotka;
20 km south-east to Broniszewice [Mycielski Erazm alias ERASMUS Mycielski (1769-1800) - the conspirator after the fall of the uprising in 1794].
Goluchow Castle was built between 1550 - 1560. Leszczynski sold in 1695 named Goluchow to Suszko;
then next owners:
Gorowski; Chlebowski; Swinarski; Suchorzewski.
In 1853 / 1856, Tytus Dzialynski [the family from PAKOSC] bought the Castle for his son Jan Kanty Dzialynski and his wife Izabella Czartoryski married Dzialynska, the daughter of Duke Adam Jerzy Czartoryski.
Jan Kanty Dzialynski financed and organized the January Uprising in Greater Poland in 1863. The collapse of the uprising and the default conviction handed down to him by the Prussian authorities (set aside only in 1871) forced him to emigrate. To protect Goluchow against confiscation, Izabella Dzialynska bought the castle from Dzialynskis' hands.
In 1875 - 1885 she carried out a reconstruction combined with renovation.
After Izabella's death in 1899, the property was transformed into the ordination, with the museum, inherited by her nephew, Prince Witold Czartoryski. Goluchow remained in the hands of the Czartoryski family until the outbreak of World War II. I wrote above, in 1853, the Goluchow castle was bought by Tytus Dzialynski, for his son Jan Kanty.
Tytus Adam Dzialynski (1796 - 1861, was the son of Ksawery Dzialynski, the owner of Pakosc - compare Tadeusz Wolanski and the Czolgosz family) was a Polish political activist and protector of arts and a Prussian politician.
Above Ksawery Szymon Tadeusz Dzialynski b. 1756 in Konarzewo, and died in 1819 in named Konarzewo;
Senator of the Warsaw Duchy and the Congress Kingdom.
KSAWERY Dzialynski and Ignacy Dzialynski, both, were the owners of PAKOSC, close to Inowroclaw and Znin.
Then PAKOSC belonged to the Knights Council Lieutenant, Johann Carl von Gerhardt of Flatow, ie. in 1789/1792 until 1802. Ksawery Dzialynski was the son of Augustyn Dzialynski, the Kalisz governor [Augustyn was the owner of PAKOSC], and Anna Radomicka, the daughter of Jan Antoni Radomicki, the Inowroclaw governor. In 1782 he was MP. In 1786 Count in Prussia.

Named above
Jozefa Skarzynska Rudnicka,
had godparents - Czapski, Rowinski and Maciej (Mateusz) Rowinski.
Stefan Rudnicki in 1815 in Danieszyn close to Ostrow Wielkopolski was the manager of a farm. He had a daughter Marcjana;
in 1818 he was living in Przygodzice, close to Ostrow Wielkopolski, and here was born his son Wojciech Rudnicki.

Ludwika nee Czapski died in Wielun in 1847; married Andrzej Piotrowicz b. ca 1800, marriage ca 1830.
Ludwika had a sister Konstancja.
Konstancja Hutten-Czapska, a single - unmarried woman, died in 1853. She was born in 1819.
Miss Konstancja Czapska was - in Wielun - the godmother of Wladyslaw Hutten-Czapski in 1844, but Wladyslaw Czapski was born in 1835.
Konstancja Hutten-Czapska was living in Piaski - 2 km north to Boleslawiec - as unmarried woman. Konstancja Czapska, born [or ca 1809] 1819; in 1844 in Wielun; died in 1853 in Piaski, buried in Boleslawiec, close to Wieruszow and to Wielun.


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Charlupia Mala close to Sieradz - Suliszewice and Koldow - Kalinowa: Andrzej Kiedrzynski SENIOR, b. ca 1715/1720, was the landowner of Biegacino in 1760, that is Bieganin / Bieganino, ca 23 km west of Kalisz and 16 km south of Orpiszewko; married Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska, and was the father of KACPER Kiedrzynski b. ca 1750 [Kacper / Kasper was the brother to Jakub Kiedrzynski - Jakub's line included Pradzynski of Wola Wiazowa and Wilkowo Polskie, Arnold + Wolowski of Chocen; Izydor Kiedrzynski - my family branch; and others sibilings as Andrzej Kiedrzynski younger, the 1st - the owner an estate north to Czestochowa]. Kacper Kiedrzynski + Maryanna Arcichowska [she came from the MARGONIN district], had the sons: a. Andrzej Kiedrzynski, the owner of Zydowo [Zydowo was owned by Rozdrazewski; Zdziechowski; Korytowski in the 17th cent.; ca 1800 - 1932 owned by Szoldrski. Zydowo - at the way from Gniezno to Wrzesnia; 8 / 9 km north-east to CZERNIEJEWO, and near to Czerniejewko], Suliszewice and Koldow [north-west to Blaszki]. b. Walenty Kiedrzynski, the owner of BEDZIECHOW / Bedziechowo [ca 1800 ?], in the Kalisz province in Russia, inf. in the Kingdom of Poland in 1839 [inf. 1837]. Bedziechow in the second half of the 19th cent. was owned by Sokolowski. MILEJOW is situated 4 km north-west to GLUCHOW; 9 km east to Bedziechow. Fabian Sokolowski, an official in Ciechanow, an owner of Milejow, pledge to Andrzej Modlibowski, of Kalisz, named Milejow in 1705. In 1751 Franciszek Sokolowski and his wife Marianna Modlibowski, sold Milejow at hands of Franciszek Kilinski of Tczew. In 1751, Piotr Niwski, a son of Michal Niwski and Marianna Kwiatkowska-Niwska, was co-owner of Milejow, and sold the estate to Mateusz Kawiecki of Sieradz, a son of Piotr and Marianna born Potocka. In 1775 Tomasz Czyzewski owner of Milejow and Tokary, Charlupia, Laski and Korytkow. In 1787 Antoni Kawecki owner of Milejow, sold the land to Piotr Konopnicki of DOBRA. Piotr had a son Colonel [1794] Maciej Konopnicki. Prussia confiscated his Milejow, and here was living his brother Jozef Konopnicki in 1793. Milejow took again Ignacy Konopnicki [after back from ITALY], the brother of Maciej Konopnicki. Wawrzyniec Konopnicki, was born in Milejow in 1802 - the son of named Ignacy Konopnicki and Tekla Potocka. Wawrzyniec was insurgent in 1830.
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The genealogy of Dukes Swiatopelk-Mirski, Oginski, and Polish conspirators Prozor and Oskierka. Marshal Konstanty Rokossowski, Krasinski, Kaczynski, Chudzik in the Baranowo parish, north-west to Ostroleka. Olszowski, Maslowski, Myszkowski, Psarski, Kreski and Sulimierski in the area of Olszowa - Kepno - Grebanin and Wieruszow - Baranow. Skorzewski in the Chelmo parish. Higersberger of Chocen; Kalkstein of Krzynowloga Mala and Pluskowesy; Murzynowski of Swiedziebnia; the Hutten-Czapski of Bukowiec in the Swiecie county, Kojdanow and close to Swiedziebnia. Dzialynski and Oskierka in the Pleszew county and Miezonka in the Berezyna parish - the link of the Greater Poland and Pommerania to Belarus ca 1788/1800. General Wojciech Jaruzelski and Marshal Jozef Pilsudski together with Karwat, Hutten-Czapski and Bardzki, Walknowski, Kiedrzynski and Mielzynski. Rokossowski, Krasinski, Kaczynski, Chudzik in the Baranowo parish, north-west to Ostroleka. Olszowski, Maslowski, Myszkowski, Psarski, Kreski and Sulimierski in the area of Olszowa - Kepno - Grebanin and Wieruszow - Baranow.
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The German intelligence together with Polish conspirators in the 19th century fought against the Russian Illuminati in Zelechow, Krzynowloga Mala close to Przasnysz, Sedziszow Malopolski, Podhajce, Wilkowyja and Kozmin. The core of Polish conspiracy was in Berezyna and Lubuszany close to Miezonka, in Krzynowloga Mala and the Swiedziebnia commune, in Smilowice and Golaszewo close to Chocen, in Pakoslaw, Chocen with Zelechow; Sedziszow Malopolski together with Krzeszowice, Zator, Berezyna and Lubuszany with the figures like Naimski, Neyman, General Jozef Niemojewski, General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski, Artur Potocki, Ignacy Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, Kalkstein, the Roman clan of Zbigniew Brzezinski and with famous Lech Walesa.
So the main thought of the [Polish-French-English] Illuminati Order [the underground network in Berlin - France - London - Kamieniec Podolski and in Wilkowo Polskie with Wola Wiazowa - around Pleszew - Kamionka Wielka with Nawojowa - Sedziszow Malopolski - Berezyna, Lubuszany, Miezonka in Belarus] was the work of Tadeusz Grabianka as the counter-German and counter-Russian movement and against the German Illuminati [Russian and Berlin acted together with Jacob Frank] under cover of the Maltase Order [Cagliostro and Niebuhr] aft. 1741.
The thought of taking power in Russia was a central idea guiding the Polish underground from the 80s of the 18th century until 1917. The first step to limit Russia to its ethnic territory was made by Jozef Sulkowski, Artur Potocki, the Prozor family in Belarus, then Adam Mickiewicz, and Israel Parvus from Berezina / Berezyna-Lubuszany estate of the Potockis. The continuator of the main thought of Tadeusz Grabianka about taking power in the tsar state - in the Russian Empire - was the political movement of Jozef Pilsudski.
Remember here on connections:
MARSHAL Jozef Pilsudski / Jozef Klemens Pilsudski + Aleksandra Szczerbinska had a daughter Jadwiga Jagoda Pilsudska + Andrzej Jaraczewski, with the daughter Joanna Jaraczewska + Defence Min. Janusz Onyszkiewicz / Janusz Adam Onyszkiewicz born 1937.
Zofia Kadenacy nee Pilsudski, b. 1865 was sister of Jozef Klemens Pilsudski; her husband Boleslaw Kadenacy (1845 - 1918). Marshal Jozef Klemens Pilsudski, 1867 in Zulow, d. 1935, PM + Aleksandra Szczerbinska + Maria Koplewska; and Marshal Jozef Pilsudski had above daughter Jadwiga Pilsudska b. in 1920 + Andrzej Jaraczewski. Jadwiga Pilsudska Jaraczewska
had a son Krzysztof Jaraczewski + Jadwiga Karwat, b. 1956,
the daughter of Jan Karwat + Maria Sczaniecka.

Aldona Kojallowicz Bulhak nee Dzierzynska, 1870 - 1966, had a son Antoni Bulhak b. 1898. His wife Wanda Juchniewicz came from Cezary Juchniewicz and Maria Pilsudska, b. 1873.
MARIA Juchniewicz nee Pilsudska was the daughter of Jozef Wincenty Piotr Pilsudski, b. 1833; and Maria's brother was Marshal Jozef Klemens Pilsudski b. 1867.
Aldona was always closest sister to Feliks Dzierzynski. Aldona, whose son was adjutant of Marshal Jozef Pilsudski!
Aldona Dzerzhinskaja - at first marriage Bulhak, second Koyallovich.
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Rokossowski, Krasinski, Kaczynski, Chudzik in the Baranowo parish, north-west to Ostroleka.
The district of Kepno - Baranow - Olszowa - Grebanin: Kreski, Sulimierski, Szaniawski, Olszowski, Maslowski and Myszkowski, together with Wladyslaw Czapski, the son of Ignacy Hutten-Czapski [born ca 1800/1810] + the JARUZELSKI family of Kalisz.
Higersberger of Chocen [ex-property of Ignacy Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, the owner of Zelechow from hands of the Roman family of Krzynowloga Mala close to Przasnysz]; Kalkstein of Krzynowloga Mala and Pluskowesy; Murzynowski of Swiedziebnia [then belonged to Nostitz-Jackowski, Dukes Swiatopelk-Mirski, Rodys of Przasnysz, Findeisen of Saxony, General Jozef Niemojewski, Kalkstein and Hutten-Czapski of the Swiecie county and Brodnica]; with the Hutten-Czapski of Bukowiec in the Swiecie county, Kojdanow and close to Swiedziebnia. Dzialynski and Oskierka in the Pleszew county and Miezonka in the Berezyna parish - the link of the Greater Poland and Pommerania to Belarus ca 1788/1800. General Wojciech Jaruzelski and Marshal Jozef Pilsudski together with Karwat and Czapski. Bardzki with Karwat, Walknowski, Kiedrzynski and Mielzynski. Below I present the genealogy of the President of Poland, Lech Kaczynski, killed in Smolensk on 10th April 2010.
Mikolaj Kaczynski, b. 1767 in Skarzyn Abramy, d. 1852 in Skarzyn Abramy, 12 km south-east to Zambrow and close to Kaczyn-Herbasy. Mikolaj Kaczynski, 1767-1852, was the son of Walenty Kaczynski b. ca 1745, and Katarzyna.
Jan Kaczynski, b. 1771 in the Parish of Krasnosielc, the son of Jan Kaczynski older, b. ca 1745 + Katarzyna; m. in 1821 to Franciszka Michalak, b. 1799 in Baranowo, the daughter of Mateusz + Dorota Stolarczyk.
We back to Mikolaj Kaczynski, b. 1767 in Skarzyn Abramy, d. 1852 in Skarzyn Abramy, 12 km south-east to Zambrow and close to Kaczyn-Herbasy. Mikolaj Kaczynski, 1767-1852, was the son of Walenty Kaczynski b. ca 1745, and Katarzyna.
Mikolaj Kaczynski, 1767-1852, and Jan Kaczynski, b. 1771 in the Parish of Krasnosielc, probably were the cousins, because Jan b. 1771 was the son of older Jan Kaczynski b. ca 1745; but Mikolaj born in 1767, was the son of named Walenty Kaczynski b. ca 1745. Walenty Kaczynski b. ca 1745, m. Katarzyna b. in 1748, d. in 1829 Skarzyn Nowy. Walenty b. ca 1745, Bartlomiej Kaczynski b. ca 1750, and Jan Kaczynski older, born ca 1745, probably were the brothers.
Jan Kaczynski, younger, b. 1771 in the Parish of Krasnosielc, the son of Jan older [b. ca 1745] + Katarzyna. In Dluga Koscielna in 1818, Kazimierz Kaczynski b. ca 1790, the son of Jan Kaczynski b. ca 1770/1771 + Marianna; Kazimierz Kaczynski m. Kunegunda Dembska - the daughter of Ignacy Dembski and Marianna [the parish of Dluga Koscielna]. Ignacy Dembski married Marianna Kakowna, in Dluga Koscielna in 1784. Dluga Koscielna is a village in the Halinow commune, within the Minsk County, 16 km west of Minsk Mazowiecki and 24 km east of Warsaw. 1795 - to Austria; 1809 in the Warsaw Duchy; 1815 in the Congress Poland.
In BARANOWO
- Mateusz Kaczynski, b. 1798 in Dylewo, the son of Bartlomiej Kaczynski b. ca 1750, and Anastazja Dyl, married in 1822 to Agata Paszczynski, b. 1798 in Parciaki, the daughter of Jedrzej + Dorota Parciak.
Jan Niedzwiecki, b. 1797 in Rzaniec, in the Nowa Wies commune, m. in 1820 to Marcyna Kaczynski, b. 1802 in Parciaki, the daughter of Bartlomiej Kaczynski and Anastazja Dyl.
Rzaniec is a village in the Olszewo-Borki commune, within the Ostroleka County, in east-central Poland; 18 kilometres west of Ostroleka, 17 km north-east to Krasnosielc. Parciaki - at half way from Chorzele to Baranowo.
Parciaki is a village in the Jednorozec commune, within the Przasnysz County, 8 kilometres north-east of Jednorozec, 26 km north-east of Przasnysz; Parciaki - 6 km east to OLSZEWKA. Parciaki - 8 km west to ZIOMEK [from here Marshal Konstanty Rokossowski].
The net:
Chelmo close to Przedborz with Kobiele Wielkie near to Radomsko with Krzywin / Wielichowo / Dluzyna / Prochy with Stara Hancza and Swiedziebnia / Kowalewo and Kamieniec with Stary Bialcz and Bucz with Koscian and Wilkowo Polskie / Przasnysz, Krzynowloga Mala, Swiedziebnia with Chocen, Golaszewo and Smilowice, Kowal / Chocen with Zelechow and Krzynowloga Mala - Zelechow, Sedziszow Malopolski, Krzynowloga Mala, Przasnysz / again to Przasnysz, Smilowice, Leszno village, Krasne south to Przasnysz and with Chocen - Krzywin, Kopaszewo, Doruchow, Chelmo, and Chocen.
And my family branch:
Chelmo, Dluzyna, Wola Wiazowa, Wola Pszczolecka, Jedlno, Raszkow with Bieganin and Orpiszewko, Kiedrzyn and Kamyk north to Czestochowa with Pluskowesy close to Chelmza and TRZEBCZ Szlachecki.
Trzebcz in the Chelmno county, Liniewo close to Koscierzyna, Turza Wielka near to LIPNO - the genealogical link to Bieganin-Raszkow-Pogrzybow south to Pleszew, to Chocen commune south of Wloclawek and Gostomia by the Pilica river.
Wielichowo - 4 km north-east to PROCHY
- for almost 200 years, formed a large Bishops key, which was under the lease.
Weronika's [Grabowska nee Scipio of Stara Hancza] daughter was Ludwika Broel-Plater nee Grabowska, 1799 in Cracow - 1873, m. in 1816; d. in 1873 in Prochy in the KOSCIAN / Kosten County in the 19th century.
Prochy is a village in the Wielichowo commune, within Grodzisk Wielkopolski County, at way from Wielichowo and Wolsztyn, 4 km south of Rakoniewice, 3 / 4 kilometres [south-west] west of Wielichowo,
14 / 16 km south of Grodzisk Wielkopolski; 16 / 17 km south to Zdroj - compare Colonel Jozef NEYMAN; 9 km south-west to KOWALEWO.
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General Wojciech Jaruzelski and Marshal Jozef Pilsudski together with Karwat and Czapski. Bardzki with Karwat, Walknowski, Kiedrzynski and Mielzynski. Skorzewski in the Chelmo parish. Higersberger of Chocen; Kalkstein of Krzynowloga Mala and Pluskowesy; Murzynowski of Swiedziebnia; with the Hutten-Czapski of Bukowiec in the Swiecie county, Kojdanow and close to Swiedziebnia. Dzialynski and Oskierka in the Pleszew county and Miezonka in the Berezyna parish - the link of the Greater Poland and Pommerania to Belarus ca 1788/1800.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 23rd APRIL 2021.


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The Hutten-Czapski of Bukowiec in the Swiecie county, Kojdanow and close to Swiedziebnia. Dzialynski and Oskierka in the Pleszew county and Miezonka in the Berezyna parish - the link of the Greater Poland and Pommerania to Belarus ca 1788/1800-1918.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 20 APRIL 2021.


Koscielna Wies the 1st [here we have the Walesas] is a village in the Goluchow community, within the Pleszew County
[here there are Stadnicki-Wezyk-Jordan in Broniszewice together with Skorzewski; and Kiedrzynski in Orpiszewek together with Pradzynski from Wola Wiazowa],
9 kilometres south-east of Goluchow, 19 km south-east of Pleszew;
12 km east to GUTOW;
14 km east to SOBOTKA - here Bona Kiedrzynska;
9 km south-east to KARSY.

After all, we remember on 5 sons of Andrzej Kiedrzynski, b. 1715/1720, among others:
Jakub Kiedrzynski
[born 1738, and lived near ERAZM MYCIELSKI and TEODOR BILLEWICZ + Kozuchowski - read about the village of KARSY. Teodor Billewicz - Chamberlain of King Stanislaw August Poniatowski from 1765; the member of the Bar Confederation of the Duchy of Samogitia.
Andrzej Bardzki Colonel, 1730-1819 was the friend of ERAZM MYCIELSKI.
Jakuba's family has family ties with Pradzynski, Madalinski, Psarski - and then Pradzynski and Uminski combines family ties with Kiedrzynski in the Kujawy, and also to MIEROSLAWSKI],
Izydor Kiedrzynski
[maybe as Izydor Jan Kiedrzynski, after about 1775/1776 staying in JEDLNO; his family joins family ties with Bleszynski],
and Kasper Kiedrzynski [his son is Bedziechow - then the estate owns SOKOLOWSKI from Brzesc Kujawski {there are Uminski, Madalinski, Mielzynski families}].

ALEKSANDER BILEWICZ older, of the Rosienie county, married Anna Romer
with 4 sons:
1.
Tadeusz Billewicz, senior, b. ca 1728, died in 1788; in 1783 - the Mscislau province;
2.
Jerzy BILEWICZ, studied in Krolewiec, known German, then in Nieswiez {Jerzy Bilewicz was the Judge of ROSIENIE in 1765};
3.
Teodor Billewicz b. ca 1734 + Kozuchowska of Kalisz;
4.
Mateusz Bilewicz also lived in Smorgonie and NIESWIEZ; Mateusz m. Lopacinska. MATEUSZ Billewicz (born ca 1735) = Motiejus Bilevicius - was the son of Aleksandras Jurgis Bilevicius / Aleksander Jerzy Billewicz b. ca 1690 - died in 1764 or 1755
[who was the son of Teodoras Steponas Bilevicius / Teodor Billewicz and Helena Gruzewska / Elena].

Rozalia Bogumila Garczynska
(b. 1712 in Budziejewo - close to Popowo Koscielne and Podlesie Wysokie, died in 1739 in Gorzuchowo - south-east to Swiecie),
m. in 1729 in Kucharki to Jan Otto Trampczynski, the owner of Gorzuchowo in 1739.

Rozalia Bogumila was the daughter of Samson Garczynski, b. 1680, and she was the wife of Jan Trampczynski.

Rozalia, 1712 - 1742.

Jan Samson Garczynski (b. in 1680 or ca 1681, d. 1720 / 1721), the owner of Gorzuchowo
[21 km south-east to SWIECIE; 23 km north-west to Wabrzezno; north-east to CHELMZA - compare the Jew - communist net of Wabrzezno-Chelmza in 2005/2020].

Jan Samson Garczynski had a son Maciej Jozef Garczynski (1710, Budziejewo - 1762/1766), the owner of Gorzuchowo and Rogalino (until 1737), m. in 1743 to Franciszka Trampczynska, b. ca 1720 or before, d. bef. 1763.

Franciszka Trampczynska m. Garczynska, was the sister of Jan Otto Trampczynski.

Rozalia Bogumila was the daughter of Samson, and the granddaughter of Rafal Garczynski.

Samson was born ca 1680.

Ludwika Kiedrzynska, married Maciej Otto Trampczynski JUNIOR (1740 - 1789),
was the daughter of
Andrzej Kiedrzynski b. ca 1715/1720, and Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowski - Kiedrzynska; and Ludwika was born in Bieganin. Here was born Izydor Kiedrzynski - her brother. This is my family branch.

JAN Trampczynski b. ca 1710, was the son of
Rozalia Roza Gawlowska born in 1690, to Zygmunt Gawlowski and Anna Racieska / Raciazska.
Rozalia married Maciej Otto-Trampczynski SENIOR, born in 1680.

Jozef Trampczynski, was an owner of Karsy in 1801.

Feliks Gorzenski married Anna Zienkiewicz. In 1790, Feliks Gorzenski was as the Colonel. Feliks Gorzenski was the manager of DRUCK in the Oszmiana county. In 1797, Augustyn Gorzenski wanted to take over this property.
Then Feliks Gorzenski owned Bieganin, bought in June 1803 from hands of Maksymilian Otto Trampczynski, the owner.
Before the Trampczynskis this Bieganin land belonged to Andrzej Kiedrzynski, b. ca 1715/1720 - my family branch.
Andrzej Kiedrzynski, b. ca 1715/1720, had the daughter,
Ludwika Kiedrzynska, married Maciej Otto Trampczynski (1740 - 1789),
the son of
Jan Otto-Trampczynski and Rozalia GARCZYNSKA.

Jan Samson Garczynski had a son
Maciej Jozef Garczynski (1710, Budziejewo - 1762/1766), the owner of Gorzuchowo and Rogalino (until 1737), m. in 1743 to Franciszka Trampczynska, b. ca 1720 or before, d. bef. 1763.
Franciszka Trampczynska m. Garczynska, was the sister of Jan Otto Trampczynski.

Ludwika Kiedrzynska, married Maciej Otto Trampczynski (1740 - 1789), the son of mentioned Jan Otto-Trampczynski and Rozalia GARCZYNSKA.

Ignacy Garczynski was the son of named Maciej Jozef Garczynski and his wife Franciszka Trampczynska. Ignacy Garczynski b. ca 1740.
Maciej Jozef Garczynski was born in February 1710, in Budziejewo.
Franciszka Trampczynska was born before 1720 or ca 1720.

Maciej Jozef Garczynski b. in 1710, had a daughter -
Marianna Garczynska (b. ca 1735 ?; d. aft. 1790); she married manager of Niechanowo which belonged to Garczynski in 1783 - 1790.

Wojciech Trampczynski / Stefan Wojciech, b. 1860 in Deblowo, close to Gniezno; he was died in 1953 in Poznan. In 1910, Trampczynski was the MP of Germany.
Wojciech was the son of Alexei Cyprian Trampczynski (1812-1863) and Emilia Biederman (1827-1868). Aleksy Cyprian Otto-Trampczynski, b. in Piersko in the Wilczyn parish, south to Strzelno; died in Trzemeszno.
Aleksy was the son of older Wojciech Trampczynski, 1768-1846 and Marianna Niezychowska, 1776-1853.
Marianna Otto-Trampczynska, nee Niezychowska, b. ca 1776 in Kurnatowice, in the Miedzychod County, 6 kilometres north of Kwilcz, 14 km east of Miedzychod, and 61 km west of Poznan, Greater Poland, died in 1853 in Kurnatowice.
Above Wojciech Otto-Trampczynski, b. 1768 in Gora.
Wojciech, b. 1768 in Gora, was the brother of Jozef Otto-Trampczynski + Antonina KONARZEWSKA.
Wojciech was the husband of Marianna NIEZYCHOWSKA.
Above Jozef Otto-Trampczynski, b. 1779 in Gora. Jozef was the husband of Antonina KONARZEWSKA.
Wojciech Trampczynski and Jozef Trampczynski were the sons of Maciej Otto-Trampczynski JUNIOR, 1740-1789 + Ludwika Kiedrzynska b. ca 1750.

Above Maciej Otto-Trampczynski, b. 1740, was the son of Jan Otto-Trampczynski, b. ca 1710, and Rozalia GARCZYNSKA, the daughter of SAMSON GARCZYNSKI, 2nd, b. 1680.

Jan Samson Garczynski b. 1680, had a son Maciej Jozef Garczynski (1710, Budziejewo - 1762/1766), the owner of Gorzuchowo and Rogalino (until 1737), m. in 1743 to Franciszka Trampczynska, d. bef. 1763.
Maciej Jozef had a daughter - Marianna (d. aft. 1790); she married manager of Niechanowo belonged to Garczynski in 1783, 1790.

Even in 1766, an old heiress of BIEGANIN - Izabela Kucharska collected money from Trampczynski secured on the estate by Andrzej Kiedrzynski [b. 1715/1720]; in 1774 - her son, Franciszek Droszewski, also accepted this sum.
At the beginning of the 19th century, the heir of the village BIEGANIN was Feliks Gorzenski, lieutenant Colonel of the Polish Army.
His wife Anna died young, in 1809, leaving 3 minor sons and two daughters.
The heir is mentioned in the records as late as 1830, then we find only the leaseholder Edmund Dembinski in 1843. Edmund Dembinski, 1813-1882, m. MARJA SKARZYNSKI, 1826-1910.

Jan Samson Garczynski (b. in 1680 or ca 1681, d. 1720 / 1721), the owner of Gorzuchowo [21 km south-east to SWIECIE; 23 km north-west to Wabrzezno; north-east to CHELMZA - compare the Jew - communist net of Wabrzezno-Chelmza in 2005/2020].
He had the daughter
Rozalia Bogumila Garczynska (b. 1712 in Budziejewo - close to Popowo Koscielne and Podlesie Wysokie, died in 1739 in Gorzuchowo - south-east to Swiecie), m. in 1729 in Kucharki to Jan Otto Trampczynski, the owner of Gorzuchowo in 1739.

BIEGANIN:

In 1698, Stefan Dominik Przespolewski, the heir, was married to Jadwiga Koszutska - Leszczyc, who in 1698 sold the estate to Maciej Kucharski for PLN 38600. Through the marriage of Izabela Kucharska and Andrzej Droszewski = Droszewo Droszewski, the estate passed on to Droszewski;
and in 1748, a divorced heiress sold Bieganin to Jozef Strzelecki for PLN 24000.
That same year, 1748, Strzelecki sold the land to Andrzej Kiedrzynski b. ca 1715/1720, of the Ostoja coat of arms who was married Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska. Franciszka's sister was Anna Skorzewska.

Five children of Andrzej Kiedrzynski and Franciszka Jackowski - Kiedrzynska were born in Bieganin, among others
1.
Izydor Kiedrzynski, b. 1749, probably in Bieganin - died bef. 1802, his widowed wife, Helena Kiedrzynska, moved house from Jedlno to RASZKOW, and then back to Wola Wiazowa in 1820;
Izydor Kiedrzynski [1749 - bef. or in 1802] is my direct ancestor.
2.
Florian Kiedrzynski; 3.
Dorota Kiedrzynska Madalinska Psarska.
4.
Ludwika Kiedrzynska, married Maciej Otto Trampczynski (1740 - 1789),
the son of
Jan Otto-Trampczynski and Rozalia GARCZYNSKA.

Maciej's son -
Jozef Trampczynski died in 1779 in Gora, the Lower Silesia;
the great-grandson was born in Piersko, at the Szamotuly County.
Next generation of the Trampczynskis in Deblowo, in the Gniezno County:
famous Wojciech Trampczynski = Stefan Wojciech Trampczynski, b. 1860, the Speaker of Parliament in Poland in 1919 - 1922; and in 1922 - 1927 of Senat. Acted in 1918 in the Great Poland.

In August 1770 in Karsy, 13 km north-east to BIEGANIN, north-west to KALISZ, Kajetan Lipnicki married Bona Kiedrzynska.

Arkadiusz Chrapowicki of Miezonka, 1821 - ca 1900, the son of Michal Chrapowicki b. ca 1790, d. ca 1850, and Jozefa KORSAK.
The grandson of Jozef Chrapowicki b. ca 1750, d. 1812, and Magdalena Oginska [the 1st wife was Anna Radziwill, Narbut].

Arkadiusz married Stefania Julia Radziwill, 1820-1896, the owner of Miezonka - the daughter of Mikolaj Radziwill b. 1801, and Wiktoria Emilia Narbutt.
The granddaughter of Mikolaj Radziwill, older, b. 1747, and Franciszka Butler b. in 1757.
The great-granddaughter of Stanislaw Radziwill, born 8 May 1722 in Dzyatlava [the line to the Konstantynowiczs of Miezonka, Kazan, Moscow and Tallinn-Nomme], who was the son of Mikolaj Faustyn Radziwill and Barbara Franciszka Zawisza - Kiezgajlo m. Radziwill.

Franciszka Radziwill nee Css Butler, b. in 1757 in Berdychiv, d. in 1811, was the daughter of count Michal Buttler / Michal Butler and Benedykta PAC. Michal Butler, 1715 - 1782, was the son of count Marek Antoni Buttler and Francisca SZCZUKA. Marek Antoni Butler, ca 1680 - 1740, was the son of Aleksander Butler and Konstancja KRASSOWSKA. Count Aleksander Butler b. ca 1660, was the son of Gotard Wilhelm Butler, 1600 in Kuldiga - 1660, and Konstancja WODYNSKA; the grandson of Theodor von Buttlar and Dorothea von Streithorst.

Cecylia Barbara Billewicz born Kozuchowska was born in 1759, to Franciszek Kozuchowski and Marianna Walichnowska Bielinska.

Cecylia married the Royal official Teodor Billewicz. Teodor Billewicz b. ca 1744, was the son of Aleksander Jerzy Billewicz and Helena Anna ROMER, the daughter of Jerzy ROMER.
Aleksander Jerzy Billewicz, ca 1690 - 1755, was the son of Teodor Billewicz and Helena GRUZEWSKA.
Teodor Stefan Billewicz, 1652 - 1724, the son of Stefan Billewicz and Urszula Helena Kulminska / Kulwinska / Billewicz.

Stefan Billewicz b. ca 1633, d. in 1678, the son of Jan Billewicz and Helena Blinstrub, nee Puzyna, ca 1615 - bef. 1710, the daughter of Hieronim Puzyna and Estera SKROBOWICZ.

Helena was the 1st wife of Jerzy Blinstrub, the son of Boguslaw [the grandson of GEORG Blinstrub b. ca 1570, who was in 1615 in Marburg, and in 1621 in the Frankfurt University]; the 2nd to Jan Blinstrub and the 3rd to named Jan Billewicz.

Cecylia Barbara Billewicz, or Cecilia Billewicz Kozuchowska, b. in 1759 in Starygrod, m. Teodor Billewicz,
with children:
1.
Malgorzata Butler, b. ca 1780/1784, the great-grandmother of Marshal Jozef PILSUDSKI

[Malgorzata, 1784 - 1861, Butler born Billewicz, was intermarried to old Scottish Butler family.
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.
Piotr Kazimierz Wincenty / Piotr Pawel Pilsudski, 1794 - 1851, m. in 1832 to Teodora Urszula Otylia Butler, 1811 - 1886, the daughter of
Wincenty Butler + Malgorzata Billewicz. Named here Wincenty Jan August Butler, 1771 - 1843 in Rapszany, buried in Leluny, the son of Ignacy Buttler.
Malgorzata Billewicz, 1784 - 1861, the daughter of Teodor Billewicz and Cecylia Barbara.
Piotr Pilsudski and Teodora Butler had the son
Jozef Wincenty Piotr Pilsudski, 1833 in Rapszny - 1902 in Petersburg, Insurgent, m. Maria Billewicz, 1842 - 1884 in Wilno, the daughter of Antoni Billewicz + Helena Michalowska.

Piotr's grandson was MARSHALL Jozef Klemens Pilsudski, 1867 in Zulow - 1935 in Warszawa, Commander-in-Chief of the Polish Army, PM, m. Maria Koplewska, and 2nd Aleksandra Szczerbinska.

2.
Urszula Jadwiga Teresa Pac - Pomarnacka;
3.
Jan Erazmus Billewicz;
4.
Gertruda Salomea Billewicz; and two others.

In Sobotka in 1762, bpt; but in Karsy, Juljanna Michalina was born as the daughter of Franciszek Kozuchowski + Marjanna. The godparents: Jan Krosnowski and Krystyna Walichnowska - maybe the sister of the 1st husband of named Marjanna.

Franciszka Butler born 1757, married to the son of Stanislaw Radziwill - Mikolaj Radziwill general major of Lithuania, 1747-1811. Mikolaj Radziwill, older, b. 1747.
The great-grandparents of Adolf Oskierka, 1868-1901:
Jan Mikolaj Oskierka 1735-1796
[a son of Rafal Alojzy Oskierka 1708-1767, 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 born in 1757.


Marjanna Walichnowska was the daughter of Michal Bielinski b. ca 1690, an owner of Karsy, Wierchoslaw, Bobry, Ciechel, Grudzielec, Magnuszewice [bef. 1763]. Then above estates took [aft. 1757] Franciszek Kozuchowski, the 2nd husband of above Marjanna Bielinska Walichnowska. The 2nd wedding of Marianna Walichnowska nee Bielinska was in 1757.

Marjanna Walichnowska Kozuchowska b. ca 1732, was the daughter of Michal Bielinski born ca 1690 who was the brother to Franciszek Bielinski born 1683.

In KARSY in 1763, Stanislaw Kostka Dydak Aleksander Jozef KOZUCHOWSKI was born [= Stanislaw Kostka Kozuchowski]; the son of above Franciszek Kozuchowski

[Franciszek Kozuchowski b. aft. 1730 / 1739 - died in 1786 in Srem or ca 1787 ie. in January 1787 in the Karsy manor; Franciszek Kozuchowski was the KALISZ official, the owner of KARSY, buried in Kalisz. Franciszek was the son of Aleksander Kozuchowski and Ludwina Borucka.
Franciszek was the Kalisz official in 1762; the top member of the Bar Confederation in 1767, and in Poznan and Kalisz in 1768.
In Starygrod in 1753 Franciszek Wierusz Walknowski m. Marcjanna Zbijewska, maybe his brother was the 1st married ca 1750 to Marjanna Bielinska. In named Starygrod in 1757, above Franciszek Kozuchowski m. Marjanna Walknowska, with witnesses Franciszek Walknowski. It was her SECOND wedding. They had a daughter Cecylia Barbara Billewicz born Kozuchowska.
Cecylia Barbara Billewicz born Kozuchowska was born in 1759, to Franciszek Kozuchowski and Marianna Walichnowska Bielinska.
Cecylia married the Royal official Teodor Billewicz. Teodor Billewicz b. ca 1744, was the son of Aleksander Jerzy Billewicz and Helena Anna ROMER, the daughter of Jerzy ROMER.
Aleksander Jerzy Billewicz, ca 1690 - 1755, was the son of Teodor Billewicz and Helena GRUZEWSKA.
Teodor Stefan Billewicz, 1652 - 1724, the son of Stefan Billewicz and Urszula Helena Kulminska / Kulwinska / Billewicz.
Stefan Billewicz b. ca 1633, d. in 1678, the son of Jan Billewicz and Helena Blinstrub, nee Puzyna, ca 1615 - bef. 1710, the daughter of Hieronim Puzyna and Estera SKROBOWICZ.
Helena was the 1st wife of Jerzy Blinstrub, the son of Boguslaw
[the grandson of GEORG Blinstrub b. ca 1570, who was in 1615 in Marburg, and in 1621 in the Frankfurt University]; the 2nd to Jan Blinstrub and the 3rd to named Jan Billewicz.
Cecylia Barbara Billewicz, or Cecilia Billewicz Kozuchowska, b. in 1759 in Starygrod, m. Teodor Billewicz, with children:
1. Malgorzata Butler, the great-grandmother of Marshal Jozef PILSUDSKI;
2. Urszula Jadwiga Teresa Pac - Pomarnacka;
3. Jan Erazmus Billewicz;
4. Gertruda Salomea Billewicz; and two others.
In Sobotka in 1762, bpt; but in Karsy, Juljanna Michalina was born as the daughter of Franciszek Kozuchowski + Marjanna. The god parents: Jan Krosnowski and Krystyna Walichnowska - maybe the sister of the 1st husband of named Marjanna],

the Kalisz official [the Bar Confederation in 1768 top member], and Marjanna Walichnowska nee BIELINSKA.

Marjanna Walichnowska [born ca 1732] was the daughter of MICHAL BIELINSKI. Her husband was an owner of Karsy, Wierchoslaw, Bobry, Ciechel, Grudzielec [close to Sobotka], Magnuszewice [b. ca 1690]. Inf. in 1763 - Franciszek Kozuchowski was the owner of Karsy; an official in KALISZ. Franciszek Kozuchowski was the husband in 1757 of Marjanna Walichnowska nee BIELINSKA. In 1750, Marianna Walichnowska nee Bielinska, aged 18 years, took the 1st wedding with unknown Walichnowski. Marjanna Walichnowska Kozuchowska b. ca 1732, was the daughter of Michal Bielinski born ca 1690 who was the brother to Franciszek Bielinski born 1683.

Franciszek Bielinski, b. 1683 in Warsaw - died in 1766 in Warsaw, but he was buried in Czersk, the Chojnice County. Franciszek BIELINSKI [the son of Kazimierz Ludwik Bielinski, b. ca 1650, d. 1713, the Crown Marshal. Kazimierz Ludwik Bielinski, b. ca 1650, d. 1713, the Crown Marshal in 1702-1713] was the SECOND husband of Dorota Henrietta Pshebendovska / Dorota Przebendowska, from Ostrow Wielkopolski.
Above Franciszek BIELINSKI, junior, b. 1683, was the son of Kazimierz Ludwik Bielinski, 1650-1713,
and the grandson of
Franciszek Bielinski, senior, b. ca 1620, and Anna Akerstoff.

Above Kazimierz Ludwik Bielinski, b. ca 1650, d. 1713, the Crown Marshal in 1702-1713, in 1682 he married Ludwika Maria MORSZTYN, the daughter of Andrzej Morsztyn.
Kazimierz's sons:
1.
Franciszek Bielinski, junior, b. 1683 - 1766, the Crown Marshal in 1742-1766, the Chelmno governor in 1725-1732, m. above Dorota Przebendowska Radziwill;
2.
Michal Bielinski [b. ca 1690] died 1746/1747, the Chelmno province governor in 1738, the Sztum office, in 1725 the King court, 1736-1742 in Kozlowka palace near by Lubartow;
m. 1st to Aurora Maria Rutowska, the daughter of Fryderyk August II and Fatima,
the grand-daughter of
Jan Jerzy II Saxon / Sas and his 1st wife - Anna Zofia of Danmark, 2-v. Claude Marie de Bellegarde;
Jan Jerzy the 2nd m. Tekla Peplowski, the grand-daughter of Jadwiga Niemyski, of the Kozlowka estate.

Michal's BIELINSKI [b. 1690] children:
1.
Stanislaw Kostka Bielinski [b. ca 1740 ?] died 1812 in Vicebsk / Witebsk, served on the court of the King Stanislaw August Poniatowski; the Marshal of the Parliament in 1793,
m. Katarzyna nee Golicyn, b. 1775, d. 1825 [1770-1827] in Saratow.
His daughter was
Julia Stanislawowna Bobrynska nee Sonocka Bielinska / Bielinska, b. after 1790 / bef. 1804 - d. 1892 [1795-1892];
m. in 1822; after death of husband she moved to Paris.
She was married to
Pavel Alekseevich Bobrinski / Pawel Aleksiejewicz Bobrynski ie. Pawel Bobrynski / Bobrinski born on October 27, 1801, in Saint Petersburg ie. Paul Bobrinsky, b. 1801 - died in Florence 1830.

Above Pavel / Pawel Bobrzynski / Paul Bobrinsky b. 1801, had sibilings:
A.
Wassili Bobrinsky, 1st m. 1824 to Pss Lydia Gortschakova b. 1807, 2nd m. 1830 to Sofia Sokownina b. 1812, 3rd m. 1869 to Alexandra Utschakova.
B.
Alexei Bobrinsky, 1800 - 1868, m. 1821 to Css Sophia Samojlowa, b. 1799.

2.
Elzbieta Bielinska [Izabela Elzbieta Bielinska, 1740-1814] m. 1779 in Mogilany to Franciszek Wielopolski;
3.
Franciszek Bielinski / Franciszek Onufry Bielinski, b. 1740/1742 in Krzemieniec, died in 1809, in 1776 the member of Nat. Educ. Com., in 1794 the Kosciuszko Uprising, an owner of Kozlowka until 1799, and the Otwock palace, m. Krystyna Sanguszko.

Mentioned Dorota Henrietta nee Przebendowska, was the daughter of Jan Jerzy Przebendowski, General-major who was Franciszek Bielinski father's successor as Grand Treasurer and DOROTA was the widow after death of Jan Mikolaj Radziwill, the Voivode of Nowogrodek [the core of OWSIANY - Ostoja].
Dorota Przebendowska married Radziwill in 1704. Jan Mikolaj Radziwill was now the co-owner of Przygodzice. In 1755, Dorota's son, Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill took Przygodzice.
Marcin Mikolaj died heir-less on 8 October 1766 in Warsaw.

Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill was the son of Jan Mikolaj Radziwill and named Dorota Henryka / Dorota Henrietta Przebendowska, 2nd voto Franciszek Bielinski.
Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill, b. 1705, was the alchemist. He married 1st to BELCHACKA [her father was the manager - governor of LIPNIK close to Bielsko-Biala], the 2nd to Martha Maria Trebicka or Marta Trembicka.
Marcin Mikolaj was the owner of Ostrow Wielkopolski and Przygodzice close to southern border of named Ostrow [9 km to south].
Przygodzice owned Jan Jerzy Przebendowski, General-major in 1728, the Malbork governor in 1697-1703, the Chelmno governor in 1693, the father of Dorota Henrietta Przebendowska [1682-1755] married the 1st to Jan Mikolaj Radziwill.

Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill, b. 1705, was the alchemist. The FRANKISTS leaders maintained a relationship with Prince Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill, b. 1705, who "showed interest in religious issues and who visited Yaakov Frank in 1759".
Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill of Ostrow Wielkopolski was the supporter of the FRANKISTS.
Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill, b. 1705, the alchemist, married the 1st to BELCHACKA [of Lipnik close to Bielsko-Biala of the Sulkowskis; in Lipnik were living the ancestors of Karol Wojtyla],
the 2nd to Martha Maria Trebicka or Marta Trembicka.
Marcin /Mikolaj Radziwill was the owner of Ostrow Wielkopolski and Przygodzice close to southern border of named Ostrow [9 km to south].
Przygodzice owned Jan Jerzy Przebendowski, General-major in 1728, the Malbork governor in 1697-1703, the Chelmno governor in 1693, the father of Dorota Henrietta Przebendowska [1682-1755] married Jan Mikolaj Radziwill.
Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill was the son of Jan Mikolaj Radziwill and named Dorota Henryka / Dorota Henrietta Przebendowska, 2nd voto Franciszek Bielinski.
Przebendowska married Radziwill in 1704. Jan Mikolaj Radziwill was now the co-owner of Przygodzice. In 1755, Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill took Przygodzice.

In 1765, Jakob Frank, known Sabbatean, planned to establish links with the Russian Orthodox Church and with the Russian government through a Russian ambassador in Warsaw, Prince REPNIN. At the end of the year a Frankist delegation went to Smolensk and Moscow [1765-1766].

Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill, b. 1705 in Ciemkowicze, General Lieutenant, d. 1782 in Sluck,
was the son of
Jan Mikolaj Radziwill [the co-owner of OSTROW WIELKOPOLSKI with the Przebendowskis], and Dorota Henryka Przebendowska [b. ca 1680 ?], 2nd voto Franciszek Bielinski [1683 - 1766].

MACIEJ's Mielzynski children:
1.
Elzbieta Mielzynska, 1687-1716, m. Franciszek Wessel, an official in Zakroczym; 1680-1724
[the brother of Augustyn Adam Wessel;
and of Wojciech Wessel who was the father of
famous Teodor Wessel, 1730-1791, the manager of LIPNIK close to Bielsko-Biala - the supporter of Adam Poninski junior]
- with the son
Stanislaw Wessel, b. 1716,
and the granddaughter
Jozefa Wessel married to Jan Kajetan Benedykt ILINSKI, b. 1731,
with the son
Jozef August Ilinski, the Tadeusz Grabianka's supporter.

Count August Ilinski, b. 1766 in Romanow in the Nowogrod Wolynski county, and died in St Petersburg in 1844.

2.
Urszula MIELZYNSKA + Antoni Walknowski.

Urszula MIELZYNSKA Walknowski was the mother of Owidiusz Wierusz-Walknowski - the husband of BRYGIDA BARDZKA. BRYGIDA BARDZKA was the daughter of Wojciech Marek Bardzki, d. 1770.
Brygida Walknowska married 2nd to Jakub Kiedrzynski of KALISZ, the brother of Izydor Kiedrzynski - my family branch.

Ewa Franciszka Agnieszka Rokossowska [compare WOLA PSZCZOLECKA - the core of my family on the mother side] married 1st Bonawentura Wierusz-Walknowski.
Bonawentura Wierusz-Walknowski b. 1720, was the son of mentioned
Antoni WALKNOWSKI and Urszula Mielzynska.

Brygida Walknowska married 2nd to Jakub Kiedrzynski of KALISZ, the brother of Izydor Kiedrzynski - my family branch in JEDLNO in 1775/1776, and then in Wola Wiazowa, and in Wola Pszczolecka.
Above Bonawentura Wierusz-Walknowski b. 1720, was the son of mentioned Antoni WALKNOWSKI and Urszula Mielzynska.

Stefan Potocki (d. 1724/1726) m. Franciszka Korzbog-Zawadzka.
They had children:
A.
Krystyna Potocka m. in 1742 to Jozef Walknowski, who was the son of Antoni Walknowski died in 1732.

ANTONI Walknowski m. in 1710 to Urszula Mielzynska, 1689-1743, the daughter of Maciej Mielzynski 1636-1697 + Katarzyna Mycielska, died in 1712.

B.
Jozef Potocki, d. 1781, m. in 1738, to Anna Kunegunda Gajewska, b. 1721.

Anna Kunegunda Potocka nee Gajewska had a daughters:
1.
Roza Potocka, born 1742, married in 1758 to Franciszek Kczewski.
2.
Stanislaw Potocki + Zuzanna Hutten-Czapska.
3.
Magdalena Potocka, ca 1753 - 1819, m. in 1772 to Felicjan Niegolewski, d. 1815.

Krystyna Potocka m. in 1742 to Jozef Walknowski, the son of Antoni Walknowski d. 1732. ANTONI Walknowski m. in 1710 to Urszula Mielzynska, 1689-1743, the daughter of Maciej Mielzynski 1636-1697 + Katarzyna Mycielska, died in 1712.

1763 - Franciszek Kozuchowski was the owner of Karsy; an official in KALISZ. Franciszek Kozuchowski in 1757 was the 2nd husband of Marjanna Walichnowska nee BIELINSKA. In 1750, Marianna Walichnowska nee Bielinska took the 1st wedding.
Gutow - 3 km south to Sobotka; 6 km north to Bedzieszyn; 5 km south to KARSY; and 18 km west to KALISZ. In 1801, in Karsy, Jan Kromer, the Prussian lieutenant, married Wiktorja Grudzielska. She was born 1755; witnesses: Jozef Trampczynski, an owner of Karsy [in 1801]; Osinski owner of Czechel.
KARSY - here BONA Kiedrzynska of KARSY was living - is situated in the Kalisz prov.; close to Goluchow - 8,5 km; near Pleszew - 14 km. Karsy - 2,5 km west to Kucharki, 5 km north-east to SOBOTKA; 8 km north to GUTOW; and south-west to GOLUCHOW.

Franciszek Kozuchowski was the owner of Karsy, Wierchoslaw / Wierzchoslaw, Bobry, Ciechel, Grudzielec, Magnuszewice. Franciszek married Marjanna Walichnowska [born ca 1732] who was the daughter of MICHAL BIELINSKI [b. ca 1690]. In the Sobotka parish, in 1766, in the Karsy manor, Elzbieta Longina KOZUCHOWSKA was born, a daughter of Franciszek Kozuchowski and Marjanna Wierusz Walichnowska; witness: Longina Zychlinska.
Franciszek KOZUCHOWSKI was the son of Aleksander Kozuchowski, ca 1710 - d. 1761;
the grandson of
Stanislaw KOZUCHOWSKI and Konstancja Pienicka.

Marjanna Bielinska, Walichnowska, Kozuchowska, of Karsy, b. ca 1732, and her mother was Aurora Rutowska with Michal Bielinski born ca 1690.
Aurora Rutowska was the daughter of Fryderyk August II of SAXONY and Fatima. The Turkish Fatima, later as Maria Aurora von Spiegel.
Aurora's brother was Frederick Augustus, Count Rutowsky / Rutowski, b. 1702 in Pillnitz, a Saxon Field Marshal.

Marjanna Bielinska Kozuchowska had the brother
Stanislaw Kostka Bielinski [b. ca 1740 ?] died 1812 in Vicebsk / Witebsk, served on the court of the King Stanislaw August Poniatowski; the Marshal of the Parliament in 1793, m. Katarzyna nee Golicyn, b. 1775, d. 1825 [1770-1827] in Saratow.
His daughter was
Julia Stanislawowna Bobrynska nee Sonocka Bielinska / Bielinska, b. after 1790 / bef. 1804 - d. 1892 [1795-1892]; m. 1822; after death of husband she moved to Paris;
she was married to Pavel Alekseevich Bobrinski / Pawel Aleksiejewicz Bobrynski ie. Pawel Bobrynski / Bobrinski born on October 27, 1801, in Saint Petersburg ie. Paul Bobrinsky, b. 1801 - died in Florence 1830.
Pavel m. 1822 to Julia Junosza - Bielinska / Junosza Bielinski / Julia Junosha-Belinskaya, b. 1804 - d. in Paris in 1899.
Pawel's daughter was
Julia Pawlowna Bobrynska / Julia Broel - Plater, Golabek - Jezierska, nee Bobrinski / Bobrynska, 1823 - 1899, married Waldemar Golabek-Jezierski, Count, b. 1822, died 1855 in Warsaw.
He was son of Jan Nepomucen Pawel Golabek-Jezierski, Count, and Karolina.
Julia BOBRZYNSKA JEZIERSKA 2nd time married Cezar August Broel - Plater in 1859;
Cezar / Cezary August Plater was born on September 8, 1810, in Wilno or in Dusetos or was born as Cezary Augustus in 1808, died in 1877, a brother of Wladyslaw PLATER, has already been mentioned in association with Emilia PLATER.
CEZAR AUGUST PLATER was the son of
Graf Kazimierz Wladyslaw von Broel Plater, 1779 - 1819 in St Petersburg.
The grandson of
Jan von Broel Plater b. 1759, d. 1789.
In 1888, Bialaczow with the palace took the family of named CEZAR:
Ludwik Broel-Plater, and his grandson Zygmunt Plater built a brickyard and sawmill in Petrykozy [compare the Jozwiak family in the 1960-1980, closest to my family].

Above Pavel Bobrinski had brothers
Alexei Bobrinsky, 1800 - 1868, m. 1821 to Css Sophia Samojlowa b. 1799,
and
Wassili Bobrinsky, 1st m. 1824 to Pss Lydia Gortschakova b. 1807, 2nd m. 1830 to Sofia Sokownina b. 1812, 3rd m. 1869 to Alexandra Utschakova.

Tomasz Bogumil Jan Swiatopelk-Mirski 1788-1868, Duke in 1861 = JAN Siemionowicz Swiatopelk Mirski / Tomasz Teofil Jan MIRSKI, m. Marcjanna Nostitz-Jackowska
[the Noztitz-Jackowski clan is my mother side genealogical roots].
His son Dmitrij Hariton Ruryk Miron back to Russia in 1840, 1841 served at Caucasus. Dmitri / Dmitry Ivanovich / Dmitrij, born in 1824 or 1825 - d. 1899, Infantry General and politician, Caucasus and Russo-Turkish wars, member of the State Council of Imperial Russia.
Dmitrij Hariton Ruryk Miron = Dmitri / Dmitry Ivanovich / Dmitrij, b. 1824 or 1825 - 1899, Infantry General and politician, Caucasus and Russo-Turkish wars, member of the State Council of Imperial Russia;
and his son
Pyotr Dmitrievich Svyatopolk-Mirsky (1857 - 1914), the governor of Penza and Vilna governments, Minister of Interior of Russia [see on January 1905].

Piotr Swiatopelk Mirski, 1857 - 1914, married to Katarzyna Bobrzynski Countess / Bobrinska;
she was from a branch of Wassili Bobrinsky, b. 1804, d. Moscow in 1874, the son of
Alexei Bobrinsky, b. St.Petersburg in 1752, who married 1796 to Anna Dorotea / Anna Dorothea von Ungern-Sternberg (1769 Tallinn - St. Petersburg in 1846), a daughter of the Tallinn commendant Woldemar Conrad von Ungern-Sternberg b. 1739.

Note at margin:
In 1763, in Pikart / PIEKART [west part of Kalisz], Karol Franciszek Salezy Jan Chryzostom Dobruchowski was born; godparents:
Franciszek Kozuchowski and Marianna Walichnowska - Kozuchowski.


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Now we back to the Talleyrand - Poniatowski - SZANIAWSKI link:

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:
Jozef 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 Drzewiecki (chamberlain of Krzemieniec) and Anna Bledowski;
in 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 Jozef 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 ?
In 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
{Michal Ambrozy 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 JOZEF Niemojewski [OPALENICA and SWIEDZIEBNIA], commander of the department of Lomza, the military commissar was Dominik Kuczynski.
Then he belonged to the garrison of the fortress Serock (commander was Jozef 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 Neyman, 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;
in 1796 was an activist of Centralization of Lviv.
In 1798 moved to Warsaw, where he became director, after ERASMUS Mycielski
[of the PLESZEW county
with Stadnicki, Wezyk, Jordan clan and together with Jakub Kiedrzynski of Orpiszewek; and Pradzynski - Kiedrzynski family;
and Andrzej BARDZKI - the link to Bardzki - Walknowski - Mielzynski - Kiedrzynski - Arnold - Pradzynski in Wola Wiazowa - Krasicki in the Nowy Sacz county],
of the Society of Polish Republicans, as Andrzej Dumanski.
In 1801, ran encrypted correspondence with Hugo Kollataj.
In 1802, formed in Odessa the store of Trzycieski, Horodyski et comp.;
also with Piotr Maleszewski,
J. K. Szaniawski and
Jozef 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 Jozefa Kalasantego Szaniawskiego", that is Dominik Krysinski wrote to J. K. Szaniawski [Jozef 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. It is known that he came from a family of baptized Jews, like later known economist, Ludwik Wolowski
[Ludwik Franciszek Michal Reymond Wolowski / Louis Francois 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 Felix / FELIKS Wolowski.
His sister Alexandrine Faucher (Wolowska), 1812 - 1905,
the granddaughter of
Franciszek Lukasz Wolowski
who was the son of
Salomon Szor / Salomon Wolowski.
Alexandrine Wolowska was the wife of Leon Leonard 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].

Shelburne's Bowood Circle
included people like
Priestley,
Jeremy Bentham,
the Dutchman Dr Ingen Housz,
John Hunter and
Benjamin Franklin.

"...Benjamin Franklin, born in Boston. Was one of the diplomats chosen to negotiate peace with Great Britain, and who helped draft the Declaration of Independence, one of the 56 who signed this document, and was instrumental in achieving the adoption of the U.S. Constitution. Was also a Mason".
Acc. to 'bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/esp_sociopol_illuminati_11a'.
"... Benjamin Franklin, a key leader of several secret occult fraternal groups was also a close friend of Pierre Samuel DuPont.
When Benjamin Franklin arrived Dec. 1776 in France, one of the first people he sought out to visit with was Pierre Samuel DuPont. During the next year after that, DuPont was a frequent visitor to Franklin’s residence in the village of Passy.
Notice, that Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence also wrote nature's God. This is because the deists like Jefferson and DuPont believed Nature was the highest God.
President Thomas Jefferson
[the link to Tadeusz Kosciuszko - General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski
{with Anna Armand + Apolon Konstantynowicz with Nobel, Armand, Duflon, Breguet and Wladimir Ulianow LENIN},
General Stanislaw Fiszer, Wirydianna Kwilecka Fiszer
{Kwilecki owned ROZAN before WESSEL of LIPNIK in Bielsko-Biala},
and to Axamitowski in Poznan; and to Tadeusz Wolanski born in Szawle and owned PAKOSC after the Dzialynski family]
and Secretary Gallatin, both Illuminati members.
George Clinton, vice president to Thomas Jefferson, was De Wit Clintons Uncle.
James Bidderman, the son of Evelina DuPont Bidderman, went to France and his decedents would give the DuPont's a lineage in France. One of the families that intermarried and were close friends with the DuPont's was the Cazenoves family.
Both families were close friends with Thomas Jefferson and Albert Gallatin, I have concluded that both Thomas Jefferson and Albert Gallatin were Illuminati",
copyright by Robert Howard from WakeUpAmerica Website.

"...My knowledge of the Illuminati letters to Franklin and Adams came about as a result of my conversations with a very high profile Masonic historian, Reinhard Markner. ... I wanted to know more about the author of this work, and through the course of our conversations, he mentioned that Adams and Franklin had been contacted by the head of the Munich lodge Professor Baader.
I wanted to know more about this and he said that the letters themselves had not been located, but were mentioned in Die Korrespondenz des Illuminatenordens ... the letter sent to Franklin listed on the website of the American Philosophical Society under the Franklin papers, in French. Through this discovery we were able to find the Adams letter, as well as Adams' reply.
De Kemtenstrauss it seems was the penname that Baader wrote under.
There were three letters sent, one to Adams, one to Franklin, and one to Philadelphia, presumably to the Continental Congress ...".

"...In 1799, when German minister G. W. Snyder warned George Washington of the Illuminati plan 'to overthrow all governments and religion', Washington replied that he had heard 'much of the nefarious and dangerous plan and doctrines of the Illuminati'.
He however concluded his letter by stating:
'I believe notwithstanding, that none of the Lodges in this country are contaminated with the principles ascribed to the society of Illuminati'. ...",
acc. to 'vigilantcitizen.com/hidden-knowledge/the-order-of-the-illuminati'.

Another person who came under the influence of the teachings of Richard Price and became a Unitarian was George Courtauld (b. 1761), a son of Samuel Courtauld.
George became a radical and supported American Revolution. He sold up went to America in 1785.
Shelburne encouraged Jeremy Bentham to take an interest in French politics.
He introduced him to Andre Marellet and 2 members of the Bowood Circle, Samuel Romilly and Pierre Etienne Louis Dumont (1759-1829), tutor to Henry Petty Fitzmaurice (1780-1963) and translated Bentham's writings into French, acted as intermediaries between
Bentham and Honore Gabriel Riquetti, Comte de Mirabeau a prominent Revolutionary of Italian origins.
Bentham corresponded with other French politicians like
1. Jacques Pierre Brisset de Warville a leading Girondin in the Legislative Assembly,
2. Louis Alexandre, duc de la Rochfoucauld d'Enville,
3.
Jean Phillipe Garran de Coulon (b. 1749 [his daughter married Piotr MALESZEWSKI]), the member of the Estates General and Legislative Assembly,
4.
Charles Maurice de Talleyrand Perigord - Minister of Foreign Affairs (1799-1807),
Jean Antoine de Gavain (1761-1828), President of the Tribunal (1802) and Secretary (1804)
and Bon Albert Briois de Beaumer (1781-1801), President of th National Assembly (1790).

Bentham drafted a French Constitution and was elected a French citizen.

Sir Samuel Romilly, (1757-1818), English legal reformer, was the second son of Peter Romilly, a watchmaker and jeweller in London.
Samuel's grandfather came to England from Montpellier after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes and married Margaret Garnault, another Huguenot refugee {compare the Walesas came from France in 1715 to the SAPIEHA estates in the Greater Poland};
SAMUEL went to Geneva in 1781, where he met the chief democratic leaders, including Etienne Dumont.
He was a friend of Mirabeau, to whom he was introduced in 1784 and who introduced him to Lord Lansdowne. Romilly visited Paris in 1789.
He married Anne, a daughter of Francis Garbett of Knill Court, and was appointed Chancellor of the County Palatine of Durham. Romilly supported William Wilberforce in his battle to abolish slavery and was a friend of Samuel Whitbread.

Note on the named above Shelburne's Bowood Circle:
the first house at Bowood was built circa 1725. In 1754 Long sold it to the first Earl of Shelburne, who employed architect Henry Keene to extend the house.
The 2nd Earl, Prime Minister from 1782 to 1783, was created Marquess of Lansdowne for negotiating peace with America after the War of Independence.
The Bowood Circle (the circle of Bowood) is the name of a group of English Dissenters from the late eighteenth century, and supporters of the American and French revolutions, which met at Bowood House in the county of Wiltshire, near Calne, owned by William Petty (Lord Lansdowne from 1784).
Their political ideology (Whig) could be something close, it seems that also influenced key figures of the time, as
Edmund Burke (sympathizer of the American revolutionaries, but totally opposed to the French)
and Rockingham.

Named above Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham, b. 1730, d. 1782, Viscount Higham between 1733 and 1746, Earl of Malton between 1746 and 1750 and The Marquess of Rockingham in 1750, was a British Whig statesman, in 1760 a knight of the Order of the Garter;
in 1760, George II died, and his grandson ascended the throne as George III.
Rockingham was the Prime Minister 1765 - 1766;
Rockingham's administration was dominated by the American issue, and won a Commons vote on the repeal resolution in 1766; Rockingham also passed the Declaratory Act, which asserted that the British Parliament had the right to legislate for the American colonies in all cases whatsoever; then after his resignation, and the appointment of Lord Chatham as Prime Minister, Rockingham spent the next sixteen years in opposition.
He was a keen supporter of constitutional rights for colonists. Rockingham wrote to Edmund Burke in 1771:
"I fear indeed the future struggles of the people in defence of their Constitutional Rights will grow weaker and weaker...".
Rockingham wrote to Augustus Keppel in 1779, "... the war against America could not be won, that the government was corrupt but not unpopular, and that the longer this continued the greater the danger to the liberties and the constitution of Britain".
Members of the Shelburne's Bowood Circle carrying out their own programs of scientific, philosophical or theological research and literary production between 1772 and 1825. Among its members were
Richard Price,
Joseph Priestley,
Jeremy Bentham and
Samuel Romilly,
and even foreign intellectuals, such as Swiss and French, Etienne Dumont Mirabeau.
Petty's claim were incorporated to use personal contacts of the "circle" to moderate the developments in the French Revolutionary Assembly [a text, drafted by Bentham and Romilly]. Since September 1793, during the Terror, Bowood received a large group of the emigres, and the political attitude of the circle became less radical.

In 1793 Berezyno / Berezyna / Berazino was taken by Tyszkiewicz, then to POTOCKI.
Princess Konstancja Poniatowska (1759-1830) was a niece of king Stanislaw August Poniatowski. Konstancja was the daughter of Kazimierz Poniatowski and Apolonia Ustrzycka, and married Ludwik Tyszkiewicz in 1775 in Warsaw.
Konstancja Tyszkiewicz Poniatowska was one of the closest friends of the French Minister of Foreign Affairs, Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord.

Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord was Napoleon's chief diplomat during the years of the French hegemony. Talleyrand attended the Estates-General of 1789, representing the clergy, the First Estate.
During the French Revolution, Talleyrand strongly supported the anti-clericalism of the revolutionaries. He assisted Mirabeau in the appropriation of Church properties.

Mentioned Apolonia Ustrzycka (1736 - 1814) was the sister-in-law of the King of Poland, Stanislaw August Poniatowski. She was the daughter of Bazyli Ustrzycki and Katarzyna Zielonka.
She married Prince Antoni Lubomirski in 1749, and Prince Kazimierz Poniatowski in 1751.
She became the mother of Stanislaw, Grand Treasurer of Lithuania, and above Konstancja Poniatowska.
Apolonia's second husband was one of the clients of Henrietta Lullier.

Henrietta Zofia Puszet Lullier (1716 - 1802, Warsaw), was a French fortune teller. She was the influential favorite of king Stanislaw August Poniatowski of Poland and his brother Kazimierz Poniatowski. In 1753, she was the mistress of Stanislaw August Poniatowski during his visit to Paris. In 1754, she married Augustus Louis Lullier, who was employed in the court of Augustus III of Poland, and settled with him in Poland. She resumed her contact with Poniatowski, who was elected king of Poland. In 1765, the king's brother bought her a house; she was also a diplomatic agent to the Russian diplomat Nicholas Repnin and the Prussian diplomat Gedeon Benoit.

Prince Kazimierz Poniatowski (1721 - 1800) was Lieutenant general of the Royal Polish forces. He was the eldest of the children of Princess Konstancja Czartoryska and of Count Stanislaw Poniatowski.
His siblings were:
Stanislaw Antoni Poniatowski (1732-1798), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1764-1795);
Andrzej Poniatowski (1734-1773), an Austrian Feldmarschall;
Michal Jerzy Poniatowski (1736–94), Primate of Poland [see his son Piotr MALESZEWSKI, Venture de Paradise; Breguet; Duflon and Konstantynowicz].

KAZIMIERZ Poniatowski was a great-grandson of the poet, Jan Andrzej Morsztyn and through his great-grandmother, Catherine Gordon, lady-in-waiting to Queen Marie Louise Gonzaga, he was related to the House of Stuart [see TEMPLARS in France and Scotland].
In 1751, he married Apollonia Ustrzycka (1736 - 1814), by whom he had Princess Konstancja Poniatowska who in 1775 married Ludwik Tyszkiewicz (1748 - 1808), next they were owners of BEREZYNA and LUBOSZANY
[13 km to Miezonka of Stefania Julia Radziwill Oskierka Chrapowicka until 1832; the Miezonka was leased by the Czapski family; in 1842 Miezonka belonged to the Konstantynowiczs until November 1918. The Chrapowickis owned SWOLNA in the Dryssa county. Oskierka had a link to Gizycki and Prozor, Dzialynski, Hutten-Czapski of the Greater Poland].

Above Ludwik Tyszkiewicz born 1748 in Vilnius - d. 1808, was a Field Lithuanian Commander in 1780 to 1791, Great Lithuanian Treasurer from 1791, Great Lithuanian Marshal in 1793; he married Konstancja Poniatowska, the daughter of Prince Kazimierz Poniatowski, in Warsaw in 1775.
Their daughter Anna Tyszkiewicz married Count Aleksander Stanislaw Potocki. And the Potockis took Berezyna - Lubuszany / Luboszany until 1918 / 1920.
This is Artur Potockis's family - the Templar Freemason, whos manager was Wojciech Paszkowski, the half-brother to General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski who owned Tonie close to Krzeszowice of the Potockis.
In Zator of the Potockis the manager NAIMSKI was acted in the second half of the 19th century.

Count Aleksander Stanislaw Potocki (1778-1845) was a Polish politician. He was the senator of the Polish Kingdom in 1824 and chamberlain of Napoleon I.
He married Anna Tyszkiewicz (with whom he had
August Potocki;
Maurycy Potocki [= Maurycy Eustachy Ludwik Potocki, b. 1812 - died in 1879 in Krzeszowice or in Paris in 1880, the landowner of BEREZYNA] and Natalia Potocka).

In 1823 Count Aleksander Stanislaw Potocki (1778-1845) entered into a marriage with Izabella Mostowska, with whom he had Stanislaw Potocki junior.

Count Aleksander Stanislaw Potocki (1778-1845) was involved in a romance with a widow, Aleksandra Stokowska.
In 1802, Aleksander Stanislaw Potocki was made a Knight of Malta.
Aleksander Stanislaw Potocki (1778-1845) was the son of
the third Prime Minister of Poland, Count Stanislaw Kostka Potocki, the FREEMASON, and his wife Aleksandra Lubomirska.

Stanislaw Kostka Potocki was the son of General Eustachy Potocki and Anna Katska, and was a brother of Ignacy Potocki.

Eustachy Potocki b. 1720 and died in 1768 in Radzyn Podlaski.
EUSTACHY Potocki was the son of Jerzy Potocki (died in 1747).
Eustachy Potocki was the grandson of Feliks Kazimierz POTOCKI.

Aleksander Stanislaw Potocki b. 1778
{the husband of Anna Tyszkiewicz / Anna Maria Ewa Apolonia TYSZKIEWICZ, Dunin-Wasowicz
[the daughter of Ludwik Tyszkiewicz b. 1748 in WILNO - the owner of Poloziny in the IHUMEN county and BEREZYNA - LUBOSZANY in 1793 after Sapieha]
and Izabella Potocka MOSTOWSKA
[her son Stanislaw Potocki Count, ca 1824 - 1887].
Partner of Aleksandra Stokowska}.

We back to Krystyna Potocka of LUBUSZANY, ZATOR and Krzeszowice.
Krystyna nee Tyszkiewicz, Potocka, 1866-1952, was the owner of LUBUSZANY / Luboshany.
But Maurycy Stanislaw Potocki (1894 - 1949) was the owner of BEREZYNA.

Krystyna was the wife of ANDRZEJ POTOCKI.
Her father was Jan Witold Emanuel Tyszkiewicz b. 1831 in WOLOZYN.
Below the branch of Krystyna Tyszkiewicz-Lohojska of LUBUSZANY, 1866-1952, m. Andrzej Kazimierz Potocki, the Galicja governor - born in KRZESZOWICE in 1861:
Maciej Soltyk 1720-1780,
Salomea Nakwaska 1728-1778,
Aleksander Michal Pawel Sapieha 1730-1793,
Agnieszka Magdalena Anna Lubomirska both were the grandparents of Konstancja Soltyk.

The parents of named Konstancja SOLTYK:
Stanislaw Soltyk 1752-1833 and Karolina Sapieha, 1759-1814.

Above Jerzy Potocki, 1670 in Czerwonohrad, the Lwow province - 1747,
was the son of Feliks Kazimierz Potocki and Krystyna.
JERZY was the husband of Konstancja Drucki - Podbereski, and Maria LINIEWSKA.
Jerzy Potocki was the father of
Maria Joanna Jablonowska;
Katarzyna Kossakowska of Skala Podolska [here Carsten Niebuhr visited the Frankists];
General Eustachy Potocki b. 1720 [the link to Freemasons, the Maltase Order, the Berezyna and Lubuszany estate];
Css Pelagia Potocka;
and Marian Potocki.

Jerzy Potocki was the brother of Mikolaj Potocki and Count Jozef Salezy Potocki.

Above Katarzyna Kossakowska, the owner of SKALA PODOLSKA with the FRANKISTS. Born in 1716 in Tlumach, d. in 1801 Chervonohrad, the daughter of Jerzy Potocki and Konstancja. The wife of Stanislaw Kossakowski.

Mentioned Feliks Kazimierz Potocki, 1630 - 1702, the son of Stanislaw Rewera Potocki and Zofia KALINOWSKA. The husband of Konstancja Los and Krystyna LUBOMIRSKA.

Named Krystyna Potocka LUBOMIRSKA died in 1669, the daughter of Prince Jerzy Sebastian Lubomirski and Konstancja LIGEZA [the link to Zelechow and Sedziszow Malopolski]. The wife of Feliks Kazimierz Potocki.
Krystyna was the sister of
prince Stanislaw Herakliusz Lubomirski;
Hieronim Augustyn Lubomirski;
Duke Aleksander Michal Lubomirski;
and of Stanislaw Lubomirski.
Krystyna was the half sister of Anna Krystyna Lubomirska
and Duke Jerzy Dominik Lubomirski.

Above Konstancja Ligeza Lubomirska, 1618 - 1648, the daughter of Mikolaj Spytko Ligeza and Zofia Ossolinska. The wife of Duke Jerzy Sebastian Lubomirski.

The division of the landproperty of Eustachy Potocki and Marianna Katska Potocki in 1771, included landed estates owned by Marcin Katski (died in 1710) and Jan Stanislaw Katski (died in 1727), together with the property belonged to Jerzy Potocki (died in 1747). Eustachy and Marianna Potocki were the owners of 11 cities, over 100 villages and 25 manors. The both spouses died in February 1768, and their latifundium was divided among their five sons in 1771.


In Warsaw, Tadeusz Grabianka had joined the reformed order of "Templars" or "Strict Observance" Masons, founded around 1760 by Baron Charley Hund (d. 1776) and, through that connection, he met Pernety in Berlin in 1778 (acc. to Scholem, 1961, 287-296; Garrett in 1975, p. 102).

The Illumines practiced the "true science of numbers" and posec questions to a divine intelligence whom they called "Sainte-Parole" ...
The Illumines had frequent contact with Strasbourg [to the Rohan].
Each member had an occult number. Pernety's being no. 135. When consulted by Brumore concerning Grabianka, known as "Dear King 1.3.9," Sainte-Parole intoned: "Oh my son, his heart is pure. Do not fear to mix your incense with his, because one day he will become seven times greater than you!" (acc. to Bricaud 1927, 46; see also 43; Harrison in 1979, p. 71).

And now we show to you connections of the Illuminati, Berlin and St Petersburg.
Ernest II, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg b. in Gotha, in 1745,
was the son of
Frederick III, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg and Luise Dorothea of Saxe-Meiningen.

Above Frederick III, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg (b. 1699 in Gotha), was the eldest son of
Frederick II, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg and Magdalene Augusta of Anhalt-Zerbst.

Ernest II, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg b. in Gotha, 1745; in 1783, he became a member of the Bavarian Illuminati under the name of Quintus Severus and / or Timoleon, and in 1784, he was made Supervisor of Abessinien for Upper Saxony.
In 1787, he granted Adam Weishaupt, the founder of the secret society, asylum in Gotha.
His son was
Augustus, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg b. 1772;
and the granddaughter -
Princess Louise of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg, 1800 - 1831, married in 1817 to
Ernest I / Ernst Anton Karl Ludwig, b. 1784, the duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (as Ernest III) and, from 1826, the first sovereign duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (as Ernest I).
They had 2 sons:
1.
Ernest II, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha b. 1818;
2.
Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha b. 1819, married Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom in 1840.
In 1901, his eldest son succeeded as Edward VII, the first British monarch of the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.

Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, b. 1819, was the son of Ernest I b. 1784, as duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (as Ernest III) and, duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (as Ernest I);
and the grandson of
Francis, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (b. in Coburg, in 1750).

Ferdinand's of BRUNSWICK [the Illuminati - Templars; Ferdinand, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg, born in 1721] sister:
Sophie Antoinette b. 1724 + ERNEST FREDERIC, Duke of Saxe-Coburg / SAXE-COBOURG;
ERNEST FREDERIC, Duke of SAXE-COBOURG / Saxe-Coburg b. 1724,
was the son of
Pss Anna Sofie of SCHWARZBURG-RUDOLSTADT,
and the grandson of
Pss Anna Sofie of SACHSEN-GOTHA (and Altenburg)
and the great-grandson of
Duke Friedrich I SACHSEN-GOTHA (1646 - 1691);
and the great-great-grandson of
Duke Ernst I, the Pious, of SACHSEN-GOTHA + Elisabeth Sofie of SACHSEN-ALTENBURG.

Above ERNEST FREDERIC, Duke of SAXE-COBOURG b. 1724 was the son of
Duke Franz Josias of SACHSEN-COBURG (1697 - 1764);
the grandson of
Duke Johann Ernst of SACHSEN-SAALFELD;
the great-grandson of
Duke Ernst I, the Pious, of SACHSEN-GOTHA + Pss Elisabeth Sofie of SACHSEN-ALTENBURG, b. ca 1613.

Mentioned
Sophie Antoinette of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel (1724 - 1802, Coburg)
was the daughter of
Ferdinand Albert II, Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg.
She was the sister of
Ferdinand of BRUNSWICK [Ferdinand, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg, born in 1721] with connections to the Templars and ILLUMINATI.
She married Ernest Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld in 1749 at Wolfenbuttel.
Her son
Franz Frederick Anton, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, b. 1750, d. 1806, was the father of Leopold I of Belgium and grandfather of Leopold II.
This is branch of
Empress Carlota of Mexico,
Queen Victoria of Great Britain, and her husband Prince Albert;
Ferdinand II of Portugal.

Philip Mountbatten (Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburg), Prince Consort of the United Kingdom, Duke of Edinburgh, known as Duke of Edinburgh, 1921 - died on April 09, 2021 in the Windsor Castle.
the son of Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark;
the grandson of
Olga Konstantinova Romanova (Holstein-Gottorp, Romanov), b. 1851 in Pavlovsk, d. in 1926 in Roma;
and the Olga was the daughter of
Konstantin Nikolaevich Romanov
who was the son of
Emperor Nicholas I Romanov.



Nicholas I of Russia m. Empress consort Alexandra Fedorovna of Prussia (1798 - 1860).

Alexandra Fedorovna was a daughter of Frederick William III of Prussia and Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.



Grand Duke Nicholas Nicolaevich of Russia (1831 - 1891), was the sixth child of Emperor Nicholas I. Above Grand Duke Nicholas Nicolaevich of Russia FIRST married Alexandra Petrovna of Oldenburg (1838 - 1900).



Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia (1856 - 1929) SECOND,

was the eldest son to Grand Duke Nicholas Nicolaevich of Russia (1831 - 1891) FIRST, and Alexandra Petrovna of Oldenburg (1838 - 1900).

Grand Duke Nicholas Nicolaevich of Russia (1831 - 1891) FIRST was the sixth child to Nicholas I of Russia and his Empress consort Alexandra Fedorovna of Prussia (1798 - 1860).

Alexandra Fedorovna was a daughter of
Frederick William III of Prussia and Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.

Alexandra Petrovna of Oldenburg (1838 - 1900) was the granddaughter of
Duke George of Oldenburg and Grand Duchess Catherine Pavlovna of Russia,
the daughter of Paul I of Russia and Maria Fedorovna of Wurttemberg.

Konstantin Nikolaevich Romanov
was the son of
Emperor Nicholas I Romanov,
and the grandson of
Emperor PAVEL I the Great, Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov, 1754 - 1801.

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.

Grand Duke Michael Nikolaevich b. 1832, the fourth son of Tsar Nicholas I, died in Cannes on 18 December 1909;
the funeral was in Russia; Field Marshal.

Mentioned Nicholas I, Tsar of Russia was partner of Countess Olga Kalinowska
[see 1840 in St Petersburg; Trubecki, Konstantynowicz, Oginski and Wola Pszczolecka]
but she happened to be the mistress of Tsarevitch Alexander, the son of Tsar Nicholas I.
Olga was pregnant by either the Tsarevitch or his father Nicholas I. On 10 October 1848 or in 1849 Olga gave birth to Prince Bogdan or Michael-Bogdan - Oginski by name and Romanov by gene.

Alexandra Friederike Wilhelmine von Oldenburg, m. Nikolaj Nikolajewitsch of Russia, 1831-1891. Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia / Nicholas Nicolaievich the Elder, 1831 - 1891, was the third son of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia and Alexandra Feodorovna. Field Marshal and the commander of the Russian army of the Danube in the Russo-Turkish War, 1877-1878.

The Russian Army commandant in 1877 against Turkey, was Nikolaj Nikolajevic senior, Romanov; that is Mikolaj Mikolajewicz Romanow, b. 1831, d. 1891; Grand Duke, General Adjutant - 1856, General Field Marshal - 1878.
Third son of Tsar Nicholas I and Tsarina Aleksandra Fedorovna, born as Charlotte / Charlotta Princess of Prussia.
His older brothers were
Tsar Alexander II and Grand Duke of Russia,
Konstanty Mikolajewicz.
Michal Mikolajewicz, b. 1832, was the next brother.

In 1813 - Duke Tomasz Bogumil Swiatlopelk-Mirski took Stara Hancza. Duke Tomasz Mirski was a participant in the November Uprising, 1831, for which the tsarist authorities confiscated his property, which was put up for auction a few years later. He was accused by Poles of treason; so let's see what happened? In 1832 Tomasz Swiatopelk-Mirski returned from emigration and was closely connected with the imperial court in St. Petersburg. His son becomes the godson of Emperor Nicholas I of Romanov. The grandson is Russia's interior minister, but in 1905 this grandson is accused by Russian nationalists on a provocation known as Bloody Sunday.

Nicholas I / Nikolay I Pavlovich, b. 1796, d. 1855, "reigned as Emperor of Russia in Dec. 1825 - 1855. He was also the King of Poland and Grand Duke of Finland. He was the third son of Paul I and younger brother of his predecessor, Alexander I."

Aleksandryna Potocka [of Berezyna - Lubuszany estate of the Potockis] became friends with her cousin, Eliza Branicka, the later Eliza was the wife of Zygmunt Krasinski, in 1835 until 1876. Miss Potocka formally remained under the care of Tsar Nicholas I. Around 1836, she became the lady of the imperial court [see above on Kalinowski - Branicki fate in 1840 !]. On her marriage with her cousin August Potocki from Wilanow recalled Jadwiga Dzialynski Zamoyska years later.

Nicholas I m. Alexandra Feodorovna (Charlotte of Prussia) in 1817.

Konstantin Friedrich Peter von Oldenburg, 1812-1881, m. Therese Wilhelmine Friederike Isabella Charlotte von Nassau, 1815-1871,
with children:
1.
Alexandra Friederike Wilhelmine von Oldenburg, m. Nikolaj Nikolajewitsch of Russia [Mikolaj Mikolajewicz Romanow], 1831-1891.
Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia / Nicholas Nicolaievich the Elder, 1831 - 1891, was the third son of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia and Alexandra Feodorovna. Field Marshal and the commander of the Russian army of the Danube in the Russo-Turkish War, 1877-1878; they had a son: Peter Nikolajewitsch, 1864-1931.
2.
Alexander Friedrich Konstantin von Oldenburg, 1844-1932, with son Peter Friedrich Georg von Oldenburg, 1868- 1924;
3.
Konstantin Friedrich Peter von Oldenburg, 1850-1906 m. in 1882, Agrippina Djaparidse / Agrippina JAPARIDZE, 1855-1926,
with daughter Alexandra von Oldenburg, Grafin von Zarnekau, 1883-1957.

Eugene's ARMAND of Moscow brother - Emil E. ARMAND
[both were the sons of Maria Wilhelmina Paszkowska married Armand ca 1840, and the grandsons of General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski, the friend of General Tadeusz Kosciuszko sent];
Emil Armand married to Zofia Hacker / Sophia nee Osipovna Hecke (Hakker, Hacker, Hekke) from Estonia.
They had six children:
LEW ARMAND / Leo (1880 - 1942) married Japaridze-Saparov, ie. Saparova Tamara Arkadevna, m. 1st Japaridze, married 2nd to Leo Emilievich ARMAND.
Saparov Arkady (1854 - before 1921), was married to Varvara Maypariani with named above daughter, Tamara Arkadevna SAPAROV married 1st to Ivan Konstantinovich Japaridze, and TAMARA SAPAROV - JAPARIDZE was 2nd married to Lev ARMAND / Lion Emilievich Armand (Inessa Armand relatives - see LENIN and Anna Konstantynowicz nee Armand).

Ivan Iaparidze was the son of Constantine Japaridze / Constantin Japaridze / Konstantyn (Ivan b. ca 1860; his father Konstantyn died in 1860 !) from the upper Racha region of Georgia.
Ivan Japaridze b. ca 1860, had sister Agrippina, Countess von Zarnekau, b. 1855, nee Agrippina Constantines Japaridze,
and Ivan Japaridze's parents were
Constantine 1st Japaridze and Melania Japaridze; named father Constantine died 1860.

PAVEL I Petrovich, Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov, b. 1754, d. 1801,
was the son of
Emperor Peter III Piotr Urlyk III Romanov (Romanov-Holstein-Gottrop), 1728 in Kiel - 1762.

Peter III was the son of Charles Frederick, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp.

Peter III was the husband of
Catherine II Fryderyka Romanov (Askanier), Empress and Autocrat of All the Russias.

Empress and Autocrat of All the Russias, Katharina II von Anhalt-Zerbst-Dornburg, ie. Sophie Auguste Friederike / Catharina the Great, 1729 in Stettin - 1796 in Winter Palace.

St. Germain, an Alsatian Jew, Simon Wolff by name, born at Strasbourg, had the title of the Count of St Germain during the early 1740s, called an Italian, a Spaniard, a Pole, was in London in 1745. St. Germain understood Polish and visited ALTONA close to Hamburg. Alexander Mikhailovich (Sandro) was the Freemason, and he called himself Philalethes. The 1785 congress convened by the Amis Reunis and the Philalethes was also attended by the Anton Mesmer, Comte St. Germain and Comte Cagliostro, another student of Rabbi Falk. Cagliostro, had known all the secrets of Dr. Samuel Falk.
Catherine the Great was reportedly also associated with the Comte St. Germain.
St. Germain was in St Petersburg, where he participated in a conspiracy when the Russian army assisted Catherine in usurping the throne from her husband Peter III of Russia.
At the same time Althotas also been identified with Kolmer, the instructor of Adam Weishaupt, a German leader of the Illuminati, and at other times Althotas was identified with the Comte de Saint Germain. Althotas was born in southern of Denmark. Then he was living in Turkey, and EGYPT [Misraim in 1738 - London ?]. Tadeusz Grabianka was in Hamburg and Altona under the name of Slonskimp as the Illuminati.

Cagliostro had been initiated into the rite by the COMTE St. GERMAIN. The Comte de Saint Germain born ca 1691/1712, d. 1784, was a European alchemist. In 1779, St. Germain arrived in Altona in Schleswig, to Prince Charles of Hesse-Kassel, who also had an interest in mysticism and in secret societies.
ALTONA was visited by St Germain [St Germain known Catherine the Great of Russia]; the FRANKISTS movement; Tadeusz Grabianka of the Illuminati; maybe ALTHOTAS from Denmark was in Altona - he was friendly to Cagliostro and Manuel Pinto in MALTA.
In 1779, St. Germain arrived in Altona in Schleswig, to Prince Charles of Hesse-Kassel. Altona is the westernmost part of Hamburg.

Above Princess Agrafina JAPARIDSE / Japaridze-Dadiani married 2nd Konstantin's son ie. Constantine Oldenburg / Constantin of Oldenburg (b. 1850, St. Petersburg - died in 1906 in Nice, France).
AGRAFINA JAPARIDSE DADIANI / Agrafena Djaparidze, was created Countess von Zarnekau.

Above Constantin of Oldenburg (b. 1850, St. Petersburg - died in 1906 in Nice, France) came from
Peter OLDENBURG and Frederica who had two sons:
August (born in 1783) and
George / Georg (born in 1784), ie. Paul Friedrich August, Grand Duke of Oldenburg / Duke Georg Peter Friedrich of Oldenburg.

GEORG OLDENBURG married Grand Duchess Catherine Pavlovna of Russia, ROMANOV.

GEORG's son was Duke Konstantin Friedrich Peter Georgievich of Oldenburg (1812 in Yaroslavl, Russian Empire - 1881 in St. Petersburg) was a Duke of the House of Oldenburg.
"[copyright by Wikipedia on Duke Konstantin Friedrich Peter Georgievich of Oldenburg] He 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".

His great-great grandson, Nicholas Romanov, was the President of the Romanov Family Association until his death in 2014.

KONSTANTIN's [ie. Duke Konstantin Friedrich Peter Georgievich of Oldenburg] daughter -
Alexandra of Oldenburg (1838, St. Petersburg - 1900 Kiev, Ukraine), m. Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia (1831-1891), ROMANOV.

Konstantin's son -
above named Constantin of Oldenburg (1850, St. Petersburg - 1906 in Nice, France), married AGRAFINA JAPARIDSE / Agrafena Djaparidze, created Countess von Zarnekau.

Cagliostro appeared in the group of "Lovers of Truth" under the pseudonyms "Mosmy", "St. Germain "or just "Grabianka"! The legends also include the version about the visit of Cagliostro in Podolia, to Tadeusz Grabianka, which was to take there in 1775. Michal Aleksander Ronikier - in 1773 the owner of Kryniczany in the Kamieniec Podolski county, at Podole. Until 1785/1787 he lived mainly in Zalozce / Zalizci, in Podolia [47 km north-west to Tarnopol], and he took in 1783/1785 the Count title in Austria. And if we are already talking about
the family of RONIKIER, counts who had contacted with the ILLUMINATI and Cagliostro,
then this is the opportunity to look at their genealogy - this is a great example of how the ILLUMINATI by means of marriages, have penetrated into the environment that they needed.
In this case, the Illuminati came close to the imperial court, being associated with the Bobrinsky / Bobrzynski family, derived from Catherine II also known as Catherine the Great, born Princess Sophie of Anhalt-Zerbst, the Empress of Russia.

Nevertheless Michal Aleksander Ronikier, 1728-1802, the Illuminati, was living in Nowosiolki, the Oszmiana county, and in Podolia. Michal Aleksander Ronikier, 1728-1802 in Nowosiolki, the Oszmiana county;
parents:
Piotr RONIKIER and Dorota von Cosel, b. ca 1700. In 1771, Zatonie acquired the countess von Cosel, the widow of Frederic August COSEL, the son of Augustus II and Countess Cosel. After the death of the Countess in 1784, Zatonie inherited her son, Gustav Ernest, whose scandalous lifestyle led to the sale of the estate in 1789 to Johnston von Krogeborn.
In 1809, the property was bought by Peter von BIRON / Piotr Biron, it was designated as a dowry for the youngest daughter -
Dorothy von Biron, Talleyrand / Dorota Biron, the wife of Edmond de Talleyrand-Perigord? who was the nephew of Maurycy Talleyrand-Perigord.

Edmond de Talleyrand-Perigord, 2nd Duke of Talleyrand, 2nd Duke of Dino (1787 - 1872, Florence), was a French general of the Napoleonic Wars. On 21 April 1809, Edmond married Princess Dorothea Biron von Kurland (1793-1862) in Frankfurt am Main.
EDMOND's father
Archambaud de Talleyrand-Perigord + Madeleine Olivier de Senozan de Viriville.
Archambaud Joseph de Talleyrand-Perigord, b. 1762, d. 1838,
was the son of
Caunt Charles Daniel de Talleyrand-Perigord, born 1734, d. 1788, married in 1751 to Alexandrine de Damas, born 8 August 1728

[Antoine DE MAILLY, 1742-1819, m. in 1768, Claudine Alexandrine DAMAS, 1750-1783. Antoine DE MAILLY 1742-1819 m. in 1785 to Rosalie RECEVEUR, with a daughter Felicie Anne Amelie DE MAILLY, 1789-1830, m. in 1808, Jean Joseph Philibert GUILLEMAUT, 1778-1854.
Named Jean Joseph Philibert GUILLEMAUT, Doctor, from Maire de Louhans, b. 1778, had sons:
Charles GUILLEMAUT, General, 1809-1886; and Pierre Eugene GUILLEMAUT, Doctor, 1810-1886.

Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Bouvier, born in 1770 [maybe ca 1775 ?] in Vesoul and killed on November 18, 1812 during the Battle of Krasnoi in Russia, is a French soldier, created baron of Empire by Napoleon in 1810.
Probably he is the same figure as Eugene's parents:
Jean Baptiste Joseph de BOUVIE, Officer and doctor, who had a child with EVELYNE MORASKA / Ewelina Morawska / Evelyne de MORASKA, b. ca 1795, d. in 1879 [her son was the child born out of wedlock ?].

Jan Swiatopelk-Mirski / Iwon Mirski, b. ca 1787 / 1790, the owner of Kamienpol, died in MIORY in 1849, the Braslaw county; the marshal of the DZISNA county in 1812, married Michalina Osmulska (1799-1835), with daughter
Natalia Mirska b. ca 1828, m. Eugene Bouvie - Bouvier / Eugeniusz Bouvie, b. 1813, that is Natalia de Bouvie (Swiatopelk-Mirski).
Natalia Mirska / Nathalia Herminie Micheline Jeronime SWIATOPELK MIRSKA, Pss, born ca 1828 in Kamienpol in the Vilnius governorate; died in 1887 in Versailles, FRANCE.
NATALIA was the wife of Eugeniusz de Bouvie, and mother of Michel Adalbert Jean de Bouvie born 1859.
Sister of Klaudia Jesman and Wieslaw Swiatopelk-Mirski.
Named Michel Adalbert Jean Chrysosthome de BOUVIE was born in Vilnius / WILNO in 1859.
His father, mentioned
Eugene Louis Dominique de BOUVIE, baron, born in 1813, near Vilna / WILNO - 32 km - in Choumsk, that is SZUMSK / Sumskas / Slobodka - Polany [of the SZUMSKI family - see Konstantynowicz], died in 1879 - Loivre, Marne, Champagne- Ardenne, FRANCE. Doctor and surgeon; De Bouvie, baron, was living in Wilno, in 1857.

Compare Sedziszow Malopolski with the owner SZUMSKI, and Szumski, the husband of Piottuch-Kublicka and she was second married Dominik Konstantynowicz, the owner of MIEZONKA in 1842, from hands of Stefania Julia Radziwill Oskierka Chrapowicka.

Named SZUMSK, owned, at the beginning of the 19th cent., by Ludwik Szumski, d. 1825; he built a palace, and Wincenty Smokowski [see Konstantynowicz and Oginski !] painted a polychromes in the SZUMSK Palace.

Eugene's father:
Jean Baptiste Joseph de BOUVIE, Officer and doctor, born ca 1785 or in 1770.
Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Bouvier, born in 1770 in Vesoul, created baron of Empire, maybe his son was born 1813 in Wilno, after death of father; the child born out of wedlock. Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Bouvier was the son of
Claude Joseph Bouvier, merchant in Vesoul, native of Poligny (Jura) and Jeanne Barbe Leclerc, also from a family of merchants established in Vesoul at the end of 17th century, originating from Lorraine.
Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Bouvier in April 1800 married Claudine Marguerite de Mailly de Chateaurenaud, the eldest daughter of Antoine Mailly.
De MAILLY, Claudine Marguerite b. OCT 1783 in Chateaurenaud.
Antoine DE MAILLY 1742-1819 m. in 1768, Claudine Alexandrine DAMAS, 1750-1783.
Antoine DE MAILLY 1742-1819 m. in 1785 to Rosalie RECEVEUR, with daughter Felicie Anne Amelie DE MAILLY, 1789-1830, m. in 1808, Jean Joseph Philibert GUILLEMAUT, 1778-1854.
Named Jean Joseph Philibert GUILLEMAUT, Doctor, from Maire de Louhans, b. 1778, had sons:
Charles GUILLEMAUT, General, 1809-1886; and Pierre Eugene GUILLEMAUT, Doctor, 1810-1886.
Above Charles Guillemaut - deputy of Saone-et-Loire from 1871 to 1876, and senator from 1876 to 1886, of the group of the LEFT Republicans. He is general councilor of the canton of Beaurepaire from 1874 to 1886. He is the uncle of Lucien Guillemaut, deputy and senator of Saone-et-Loire.
His son, the lawyer, Eugene-Francois-Philibert Guillemaut (1846-1917).

Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Bouvier, born in 1770 [maybe ca 1775] in Vesoul, in April 1812 the colonel, took part in the Russian Campaign [June 1812 - then in Wilno probably], occupied Smolensk and was killed near Krasnoe on November 18. General Jean-David Freytag wrote in his memoirs: "The death of Colonel Bouvier was a great loss for the army".
His son Hippolyte Bouvier without descendant.

Compare!
Jacqueline Lee Kennedy Onassis (Bouvier) (1929 - 1994)
come from
Michel Bouvier b. 1792 in Pont-Saint-Esprit, Gard, Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrenees, France, died in Philadelphia.
The son of Eustache Bouvier and Therese Mercier [see MERCIER in Russia !].
Michel was the father of Elizabeth Dixon; Zenaide Bouvier / Zenajda; Alexine E. Bouvier; Mary Howell Bouvier; John Vernou Bouvier I.

Above Eustache / Andre Eustache Bouvier, b. in 1758 in Grenoble - d. 1835, the son of
Francois Bouvier, b. 1728, d. 1773, and Benoite Repelin.

Compare:
Claude Joseph Bouvier, merchant in Vesoul, native of Poligny (Jura), born ca 1750/1752.
Above Zenaide Bouvier, 1838-1914 / Zenadde Bouvier (1835 - 1914) of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

Charles Daniel de Talleyrand-Perigord had the son
Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord, prince de Benevent, 1754-1838.
Relationship with Dorothee Luzy, 1747-1830;
Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord, prince de Benevent, 1754-1838, had a relationship with Adelaide Marie Emilie Filleul, 1761-1836;
and with Anne-Louise Germaine Necker, 1766-1817; and he married in 1802 in Paris, to Noelle-Catherine Verlee].

Archambaud Joseph de Talleyrand-Perigord, b. 1762, d. 1838,
was the grandson of
Daniel Marie Anne de Talleyrand-Perigord, marquis de Talleyrand, born in 1706, d. 1745 in Tournai, Colonel of the Normandie regiment. Married to Marie Elisabeth Chamillart.

Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord, as Talleyrand, b. in 1754, d. in 1838, born in Paris into an aristocratic family;
his father,
Count Charles Daniel de Talleyrand-Perigord, was 20 years of age when Charles was born.
His mother was Alexandrine de Damas d'Antigny.
Both his parents held positions at court. Talleyrand's father had a long career in the Army, reaching the rank of lieutenant general, as did his uncle, Gabriel Marie de Perigord.

Mentioned Count Charles Daniel de Talleyrand-Perigord b. 1734, was the son of
Daniel de TALLEYRAND-PERIGORD, Marquis de Talleyrand, born in 1706, and Marie Elisabeth CHAMILLART.

Count Charles Daniel de Talleyrand-Perigord and Alexandrine de DAMAS had the son Charles-Maurice de TALLEYRAND-PERIGORD, Prince de Benevent, 1754-1838.


Louise Julie de Mailly b. 1710 in Paris, d. in 1751, a Court lady to the Queen Marie Leszczynska (in 1729); closest friend to Louis XV the King, in 1732, 1733-1739, 1741-1742.
Louise was the daughter of
Louis III de Mailly-Nesle b. 1689, d. in 1767 in Paris, the marquis of Nesle and Mailly-en-Boulonnais, Prince d'Orange in 1706;
and the granddaughter of
Louis II de Mailly + 2nd Marie de Colign.
baron Louis II de Mailly, 1653 - 1688, the marquis de Mailly + 1st Nesle-Montcavrel, Colonel, + 2nd in 1687 to Marie de Coligny, 1667 - 1693, the daughter of Jean, comte de Saligny.
And the great-granddaughter of
Louis Charles de Mailly + Jeanne de Monchy.
Louis-Charles Mailly, ca 1618 - 1708 in Paris, the marquis of Nesle, Prince d'Orange and the Isle of Montreal, baron, the landlord of Balagny, Maurup, Pagny, Remaugies, Menneville, Monthulin, Bohain, Beaurevoir, Livry.
And the great-great-granddaughter of
Rene II de Mailly, 1580 - 1642, baron de Mailly, the landlord of Remaugies, Le Monchel, Les Petites-Tournelles, Beaussart, Colincamps, Mainneville.

Antoine Anne Alexandre Gabriel Joseph Francois de Mailly-Chateaurenaud, 1742 - 1809 ie
Antoine DE MAILLY, 1742-1819 / Antoine Mailly-Chateaurenaud (1742-1819),
the son of
Michel de MAILLY b. ca 1710/1720 + Barbe Marguerite HENRION de FRANCHEVELLE, b. in 1723;
and the grandson of
Antoine MAILLY, the landlord of Chateaurenaud, 1674-1750 + Claude Francoise MARTIN, 1681-1746.

Above Antoine MAILLY, seigneur de Chateaurenaud, b. in Chalon-sur-Saone, was the President of the Council in Dole. Antoine MAILLY Chateaurenaud, 1674-1750 = Antoine = GABRIEL JOSEPH MAILLY = Antoine Anne Alexandre Marie Gabriel Joseph MAILLY de CHATEAURENAUD, b. in 1674.

Antoine Gabriel Mailly b. 1674, maybe was the grandson of
Rene Jean IV de Mailly, ca 1631 - 1662, baron of Toutencourt and Varennes;
from Rene's son Andre Louis de Mailly, the marquis of Varennes,
or from second Rene's son: Pierre de Mailly, the landlord of Toutencourt.

We know on either Andre-Louis or Pierre de Mailly fought at battle of Senef in August 1674.

Augustin Joseph de Mailly, came from Picarde.
Augustin was the son of
Joseph de Mailly (1677-1755), the marquis of Haucourt, the landlord of Assigny, Guillencourt, Brunvil, Bivil, Villedieu, Cany, Grumesnil, and he was baron de Saint-Amand / St Armand + Riviere de Vaux, Louise Marie Madeleine Josephe.
The grandson of
Antoine de Mailly, b. ca 1650, d. in 1713 + Cannesson Francoise died in 1694;
the great-grandson of
Philippe de Mailly, b. ca 1610/1625 + Du Biez Ghislaine.

Augustin Joseph de Mailly, was killed in March 1794 / April 1794 [Pas-de-Calais].
Augustin-Joseph de Mailly born in 1707 or May 1708, bapt. in 1713, d. in 1794 in Arras, Count of Mailly in 1744, the marquis of Haucourt, baron de Saint-Amand,
m. 1) Constance de Colbert de Torcy;
m. 2) Marie Michelle de Sericourt;
m. 3) Blanche Charlotte Marie Felicite de Narbonne-Pelet.

Augustin's son - Louis Marie de Mailly, 1744 (Mailly-Raineval) - 1792 (Amiens), Count of Mailly and Haucourt.
Augustin was the Maltese member / Malte in 1745,
Captain in 1747, Lieutenant - General of Roussillon,
married in 1762 to Marie Jeanne de Talleyrand Perigord, the Royal lady in 1775, b. in 1747 (Versailles), d. in 1792,
the daughter of
Gabriel Marie Talleyrand, Count of Perigord, Grand of Espagne.

Augustin had a children:
Marie Jeanne Constance de Voyer d'Argenson;
Adrien de Mailly, the owner of SEDZISZOW MALOPOLSKI ;
Louis Marie de Mailly.

Above Adrien-Joseph Auguste (or Augustin) Amalric de Mailly, 1792 (Paris) - 1878 (La Roche-Mailly), the Count of Mailly, the marquis of Haucourt and Nesle, prince of Orange and the Isle Montreal, with Saint-Cyr, and in 1809 closest to Napoleon, lieutenant, battles in Russia.

We back again to
Antoine MAILLY, seigneur de Chateaurenaud, b. in Chalon-sur-Saone, was the President of the Council in Dole. Antoine MAILLY Chateaurenaud, 1674-1750 = Antoine = GABRIEL JOSEPH MAILLY = Antoine Anne Alexandre Marie Gabriel Joseph MAILLY de CHATEAURENAUD, b. in 1674. Antoine Mailly, bought an office at the Dole audit court in 1696. In 1700 was established at Chateaurenaud with his son Guillaume.
In 1741, the family extended to Vesoul and Franchevelle by agreement with the Henrion de Magnoncourt family.
A year later Antoine Mailly second, was born in Vesoul in 1742.
We have different genealogy:
Antoine Anne Alexandre Gabriel Joseph Francois de Mailly-Chateaurenaud, 1742 - 1809 ie Antoine DE MAILLY, 1742-1819 / Antoine Mailly-Chateaurenaud (1742-1819), the son of Michel de MAILLY b. ca 1710/1720 + Barbe Marguerite HENRION de FRANCHEVELLE, b. in 1723; and the grandson of
Antoine MAILLY, the landlord of Chateaurenaud, 1674-1750 + Claude Francoise MARTIN, 1681-1746.

The domain of Chateaurenaud becomes a marquisate by letters patent of King Louis XV, of July 1752.

ANTOINE MAILLY from 1762 to 1765, was the secretary of Voltaire.
Antoine founded the first Louhannais lodge, Vraie Lumiere in 1778.
In Paris, Antoine Mailly, b. 1742, was admitted in 1784 to the same lodge as Voltaire, La loge Les Neuf Sours and in 1786 in the lodge La Reunion des Etrangers.
He was member of the Constituent Assembly from June 20, 1790 to replace Lezay-Marnesia.
Within the Constituent Assembly, he is among the militant deputies. He chairs the Universal Confederation of Friends of Truth. In July 1791 he was secretary of the Constituent Assembly.

Augustin de MAILLY married the 3rd in 1780 to Blanche Charlotte Marie Felicite de Narbonne-Pelet,
with
Adrien de Mailly d'Haucourt, marquis de Mailly-Nesle, d. in 1878, the owner of SEDZISZOW MALOPOLSKI and then Sedziszow Malopolski belonged to his children or cousins. In 1844, Sedziszow Malopolski bought French Count Adrian De Mailly = Adrien Augustin Amalric de Mailly-Nesle formerly Mailly, b. in 1792 in Paris.
French Count Adrian De Mailly = Adrien Augustin Amalric de Mailly-Nesle formerly Mailly, b. in 1792 in Paris,
the son of
Augustin Joseph Mailly and Blanche Charlotte Marie Narbonne-Pelet.

Augustin m. the 2nd in 1737 to Marie Michelle de Sericourt, 1713-1778,
with
Louis Marie de Mailly d'Haucourt, Duc de Mailly, 1744-1792, married in 1762 to Marie Jeanne de Talleyrand-Perigord d. in 1792.

Marie-Jeanne de Mailly (1747-1792) was a French court official. She served as the dame d'atour to Queen Marie Antoinette from 1775 to 1781.
She was the daughter of count
Gabriel-Marie de Talleyrand-Perigord (1726-1797) and Marie-Francoise-Marguerite de Talleyrand-Perigord.

Now on the BOUVIER family.

Eugene's father:
Jean Baptiste Joseph de BOUVIE, Officer and doctor, born ca 1785 or in 1770.

Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Bouvier, born in 1770 in Vesoul, created baron of Empire, maybe his son was born 1813 in Wilno, after death of father; the child born out of wedlock.
Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Bouvier was the son of
Claude Joseph Bouvier, merchant in Vesoul, native of Poligny (Jura) and Jeanne Barbe Leclerc, also from a family of merchants established in Vesoul at the end of 17th century, originating from Lorraine.

Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Bouvier in April 1800 married Claudine Marguerite de Mailly de Chateaurenaud, the eldest daughter of Antoine Mailly.
De MAILLY, Claudine Marguerite b. OCT 1783 in Chateaurenaud.
Antoine DE MAILLY, 1742-1819, m. in 1768, Claudine Alexandrine DAMAS, 1750-1783.
Antoine DE MAILLY, 1742-1819, m. in 1785 to Rosalie RECEVEUR,
with a daughter
Felicie Anne Amelie DE MAILLY, 1789-1830, m. in 1808, Jean Joseph Philibert GUILLEMAUT, 1778-1854.

Augustin Joseph de Mailly d'Haucourt, comte de Mailly in 1744, marquis d'Haucourt, b. 1708 in Chateau de Corbion or in 1713, died in March 1794 and he was crime victim of the Revolution. He was the General in 1748, the Roussillon governor in 1746, Marschal of the France in 1783.
Augustin Joseph de Mailly, came from Picarde.
Augustin was the son of
Joseph de Mailly (1677-1755), the marquis of Haucourt, the landlord of Assigny, Guillencourt, Brunvil, Bivil, Villedieu, Cany, Grumesnil, and he was baron de Saint-Amand / St Armand + Riviere de Vaux, Louise Marie Madeleine Josephe [Joseph de Mailly d'Haucourt, 1677-1755 + Louise Madeleine Josephe Marie de La Riviere, Dame de La Roche de Vaux].
The grandson of
Antoine de Mailly, b. ca 1635, d. in 1713 + Cannesson Francoise died in 1694 [Antoine de Mailly d'Haucourt, b. ca 1635, died in 1713 + Francoise de Canesson, dame de Cany died in 1694];
the great-grandson of
Philippe de Mailly, b. ca 1610 + Du Biez Ghislaine [Philippe de Mailly d'Haucourt, 1610-1635 + Guillaine du Biez].

Louis Marie de Mailly d'Haucourt, Duc de Mailly, 1744-1792, married in 1762 to mentioned above Marie Jeanne de Talleyrand-Perigord, d. in 1792, the French court official.

Mentioned Antoine DE MAILLY, 1742-1819, m. in 1768, Claudine Alexandrine DAMAS, 1750-1783.
Antoine DE MAILLY, 1742-1819, m. in 1785 to Rosalie RECEVEUR,
with the daughter Felicie Anne Amelie DE MAILLY, 1789-1830, m. in 1808, Jean Joseph Philibert GUILLEMAUT, 1778-1854.

Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Bouvier in April 1800 married Claudine Marguerite de Mailly de Chateaurenaud,
the eldest daughter of
Antoine Mailly b. 1742.

De MAILLY, Claudine Marguerite b. OCT 1783 in Chateaurenaud.

Michel Adalbert Jean Chrysosthome de BOUVIE was born in Vilnius / WILNO in 1859.
His father, Eugene Louis Dominique de BOUVIE, baron, born in 1813, near Vilna / WILNO - 32 km - in Choumsk, that is SZUMSK / Sumskas / Slobodka.
Eugene's father:
Jean Baptiste Joseph de BOUVIE, Officer and doctor, born ca 1785 or in 1770.
Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Bouvier, born in 1770 in Vesoul, created baron of Empire, maybe his son was born 1813 in Wilno, after death of father; the child born out of wedlock.

Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Bouvier was the son of
Claude Joseph Bouvier, merchant in Vesoul, native of Poligny (Jura) and Jeanne Barbe Leclerc, also from a family of merchants established in Vesoul at the end of 17th century, originating from Lorraine.

In 1844, Sedziszow Malopolski bought French Count Adrian De Mailly = Adrien Augustin Amalric de Mailly-Nesle formerly Mailly, b. in 1792 in Paris,
the son of
Augustin Joseph Mailly and Blanche Charlotte Marie Narbonne-Pelet.
Augustin was the son of
Joseph de Mailly (1677-1755), the marquis of Haucourt, the landlord of Assigny, Guillencourt, Brunvil, Bivil, Villedieu, Cany, Grumesnil, and he was baron de Saint-Amand / St Armand + Riviere de Vaux, Louise Marie Madeleine Josephe.
The grandson of
Antoine de Mailly, b. ca 1650, d. in 1713 + Cannesson Francoise died in 1694;
the great-grandson of
Philippe de Mailly, b. ca 1610/1625 + Du Biez Ghislaine.

ADRIAN MAILLY was the husband of Henriette Eugenie de Lonlay de Villepail. Adrien died in 1878 in Chateau de la Roche-Mailly. The owner of Sedziszow Malopolski.
Leopold Szumski was the Sedziszow Malopolski owner in 1839 to 1840/1844;
Roman Kaminski and Antonina Kaminska, leaseholders in 1840 - 1844.
Adrian August Amalryk Count de Mailly, in 1844 - 1878 and his family in 1878 - 1882.

Compare Louis Marie de Mailly d'Haucourt, Duc de Mailly, 1744-1792, married in 1762 to Marie Jeanne de Talleyrand-Perigord, d. in 1792, the French court official.
Marie-Jeanne de Mailly (1747-1792) was a French court official. She served as the dame d'atour to Queen Marie Antoinette in 1775 until 1781.
Marie Jeanne was the daughter of
Gabriel Marie de Talleyrand-Perigord, comte de Perigord, born 1726, d. in 1795,
married to Marie Francoise Marguerite de Talleyrand-Perigord, princesse de Chalais, comtesse de Grignols, born 1727;
the granddaughter of
Daniel Marie Anne de Talleyrand-Perigord, marquis de Talleyrand, born in 1706, d. 1745, and Marie Guyonne de Rochefort-Theobon.

Above Count Charles Daniel de Talleyrand-Perigord b. 1734, was the son of mentioned
Daniel de TALLEYRAND-PERIGORD, Marquis de Talleyrand, born in 1706, and Marie Elisabeth CHAMILLART.

Daniel Marie Anne de Talleyrand-Perigord m. 1st in 1725 to Marie Guyonne de Rochefort-Theobon, and m. 2nd in 1732 to Marie Elisabeth Chamillart, born 1713.

Marie Jeanne de Talleyrand-Perigord, d. in 1792, the French court official, m. de MAILLY,
was the great-granddaughter of
Gabriel de Talleyrand-Perigord, prince de Chalais, comte de Grignols, baron de Beauville, d. in 1737, m. in 1704 to Marguerite de Taillefer;
the great-great-granddaughter of
Andre de Talleyrand-Perigord, prince de Chalais, comte de Grignols, baron de Beauville, d. in 1663, m. in 1639 to Marie de Courbon-Blenac.

In 1839, Stadnicki sold Sedziszow Malopolski to Szumski
- see Bouvier - Szumski - Konstantynowicz - Piottuch-Kublicki branch in Belarus.
The Kaminskis were the leaseholders.
1844 - Sedziszow Malopolski bought French Count Adrian De Mailly = Adrien Augustin Amalric de Mailly-Nesle formerly Mailly, b. in 1792 in Paris,
the son of
Augustin Joseph Mailly and Blanche Charlotte Marie Narbonne-Pelet.
The husband of Henriette Eugenie de Lonlay de Villepail. Adrien died in 1878 in Chateau de la Roche-Mailly. The owner of Sedziszow Malopolski.

Above Leopold Szumski the owner in 1839 to 1840/1844;
Roman Kaminski and Antonina Kaminska, leaseholders in 1840 - 1844.
Adrian August Amalryk Count de Mailly, in 1844 - 1878 and his family in 1878 - 1882.

Then Artur Wladyslaw Potocki in 1882 - 1890;
In 1844 - Sedziszow Malopolski bought French Count Adrian De Mailly = Adrien Augustin Amalric de Mailly-Nesle formerly Mailly, b. in 1792 in Paris, the son of Augustin Joseph Mailly and Blanche Charlotte Marie Narbonne-Pelet. Adrien was the husband of Henriette Eugenie de Lonlay de Villepail. Adrien died in 1878 in Chateau de la Roche-Mailly. The owner of Sedziszow Malopolski.
Leopold Szumski was the owner in 1839 to 1840/1844; Roman Kaminski and Antonina Kaminska, leaseholders in 1840 - 1844.

The owners of Sedziszow Malopolski - Adrian August Amalryk Count de Mailly, in 1844 - 1878 and his family in 1878 - 1882.

Above Augustin Joseph Mailly m. Blanche Charlotte Marie Narbonne-Pelet.
Augustin Joseph de Mailly d'Haucourt, comte de Mailly in 1744, marquis d'Haucourt, b. 1708 in Chateau de Corbion, died in March 1794 and he was crime victim of the Revolution. He was the General in 1748, the Roussillon governor in 1746, Marschal of the France in 1783.

Augustin's parents:
Joseph de Mailly d'Haucourt, 1677-1755 + Louise Madeleine Josephe Marie de La Riviere, Dame de La Roche de Vaux.
Joseph de Mailly d'Haucourt, b. in 1677, was the son of
Antoine de Mailly d'Haucourt, b. ca 1640, died in 1713 + Francoise de Canesson, dame de Cany died in 1694.
Above Antoine was the son of
Philippe de Mailly d'Haucourt, 1610-1635 + Guillaine du Biez.

Chevalier de Mailly d. in 1724 was possibly a brother of Louis II de Mailly (1662-1699), comte de Mailly, Lords of Rubempre, seigneur de Rieux, seigneur d'Haucourt.

Augustin Joseph de Mailly d'Haucourt born in 1708, married the 1st in 1732, in Versailles, to Constance Colbert, 1710-1734,
with
Anne Marie Constance de Mailly d'Haucourt, 1733-1734;
and among others a son Louis Jules Joseph Augustin de Mailly d'Haucourt, comte de Mailly, d. in 1746.

Augustin m. the 2nd in 1737 to Marie Michelle de Sericourt, 1713-1778,
with
Josephine de Mailly d'Haucourt;
Joseph de Mailly d'Haucourt b. ca 1740, died in 1746;
Louis Marie de Mailly d'Haucourt, Duc de Mailly, 1744-1792, married in 1762 to Marie Jeanne de Talleyrand-Perigord d. in 1792.

Marie-Jeanne de Mailly (1747-1792) was a French court official. She served as the dame d'atour to Queen Marie Antoinette from 1775 to 1781. She was the daughter of count
Gabriel-Marie de Talleyrand-Perigord (1726-1797) and Marie-Francoise-Marguerite de Talleyrand-Perigord
and she was married in 1762 duke Louis-Marie de Mailly (1744-1792/1795). She was appointed lady-in-waiting to Marie Antoinette in 1770, and became dame d'atour in 1775. During her tenure, the costs of Marie Antoinette's wardrobe raised to enormous levels. In contrast to her predecessor, Mailly does not seem to have curbed this development. Her successor started to work to reduce the costs of the queen's wardrobe.

Augustin de MAILLY married the 3rd in 1780 to Blanche Charlotte Marie Felicite de Narbonne-Pelet,
with
Adrien de Mailly d'Haucourt, marquis de Mailly-Nesle, d. in 1878, the owner of SEDZISZOW MALOPOLSKI and then Sedziszow Malopolski belonged to his children or cousins.
In 1844, Sedziszow Malopolski bought French Count Adrian De Mailly = Adrien Augustin Amalric de Mailly-Nesle formerly Mailly, b. in 1792 in Paris.

We back to Princess Dorothy de Courland, de Dino, returned from France to Zatonie in 1840 and lived here until 1844.

Alexandre Edmond de Talleyrand-Perigord, 3rd Duke of Dino. He married Dorothee de Courlande or Dorothee de Dino b. in 1793, d. in 1862.
Her grandparents Peter von Biron (official) and Count Aleksander Batowski (biological).
Piotr Biron m. Dorothea von Medem - ILLUMINATI family.

Dorothy von Biron, Talleyrand / Dorota Biron became duchess of Talleyrand in 1838. In 1845, the king of Prussia established Dorothea as duchess of Sagan. Talleyrand became French ambassador in London in 1830. "...The fall of the First French Empire and the Congress of Vienna, at which Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand was designated to represent France, favoured a close friendship between him and Dorothea. During his time in Vienna she kept her household in the Palais Kaunitz and it was at this time that Dorothea began to play a major part in Charles-Maurice's life".

And now we show to you connections of the Illuminati, Berlin and St Petersburg.
Ernest II, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg b. in Gotha, in 1745, was the son of Frederick III, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg and Luise Dorothea of Saxe-Meiningen.

Above Frederick III, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg (b. 1699 in Gotha), was the eldest son of Frederick II, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg and
Magdalene Augusta of Anhalt-Zerbst.

Magdalene Augusta of Anhalt-Zerbst, Princess, b. 1679, d. 1740, was, by birth, a Princess of Anhalt-Zerbst and, by marriage, a Duchess of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg.
She was the maternal grandmother of George III of the United Kingdom.
She was born Princess Magdalena Augusta of Anhalt-Zerbst. Her father was
Karl of Anhalt-Zerbst b. 1652, and her mother was Duchess Sophia of Saxe-Weissenfels.

Named KARL b. 1652, had three children:
1.
John Augustus, Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst b. 1677;
2.
Karl Frederick b. 1678;
3.
Magdalene Auguste, b. 1679, d. 1740, married to Frederick II, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg.

And Catherine II also known as Catherine the Great, was born Princess Sophie of Anhalt-Zerbst, the Empress of Russia.

Above Frederick II, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg, b. 1676, in Gotha, d. 1732, in Altenburg, was the first son of mentioned above
Frederick I, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg, born in 1646, and Magdalena Sibylle of Saxe-Weissenfels.

Catherine II the Russia, born as Catherine d'Anhalt-Zerbst / Sophie Augusta Fredericka de Russie, Empress in 1762-1796, born in 1729 in Szczecin;
she was the daughter of
Christian August von Anhalt-Zerbst, prince de Anhalt-Zerbst (1742-1747), b. 1690;
and the granddaughter of
Johann Ludwig I von Anhalt-Zerbst.

Johann Ludwig von Anhalt-Zerbst b. 1656, and Karl of Anhalt-Zerbst b. 1652, were brothers.

KARL's parents:
Johann VI von Anhalt-Zerbst, prince de Anhalt-Zerbst, born 1621, m. in 1649 to Sophie Augusta von Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf.

Above JOHANN VI had children:
1.
Karl Wilhelm von Anhalt-Zerbst, prince de Anhalt-Zerbst 1652-1718, had the daughter Magdalena Augusta von Anhalt-Zerbst, 1679-1740, married in 1696, to Friedrich II von Sachsen-Gotha-Altenburg.
2.
Johann Ludwig I von Anhalt-Zerbst, 1656-1704, m. Christine Eleonore von Zeutsch;
with his granddaughter -
Catherine II de Russie, 1729-1796;
3.
Sophie Auguste von Anhalt-Zerbst, 1663-1694, married to Johann Ernst III von Sachsen-Weimar.

Mentioned Olga Konstantinova Romanova (Holstein-Gottorp, Romanov), born in 1851, was the wife of George I Christian Wilhelm Ferdinand Adolf of b. 1845,
who was the son of
Christian IX, king of Denmark and Queen Consort Louise Wilhelmine. Louise Wilhelmine Frederikke Caroline Auguste Julie von Hessen-Kassel (Lorthring-Brabant, Hessen), Queen Consort of Denmark, 1817 - 1898, was the daughter of
Landgrave William of Hesse-Kassel and Louise Charlotte.
Above Wilhelm X von Hessen-Kassel (Hessen, Lothringen - Brabant), ie. William II of Hesse or William of Hesse-Cassel, 1787 - 1867, was the son of
Friedrich III Prince of Hessen-Kassel, b. in 1747,
and the grandson of Friedrich II, Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel and Princess Mary.

Above Frederick II of Hesse-Cassel (Hesse, Lothringen-Brabant), 1720 - 1785,
was the son of
William VIII, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel.

The Grand Master of the Asiatic Brethren, and leading member of the Illuminati, was Prince Karl / CHARLES of Hesse-Kassel / Hessen-Kassel, the brother of Wilhelm I of Hessen-Kassel {Karl's [Charles of Hessen-Kassel] brother - Elector Wilhelm IX}.
Both were the sons of
Frederick II of Hessen-Kassel, from his wife, Mary of Hanover, Princess of Great Britain,
the daughter of George II King of England, and therefore cousin to Frederick II the Great of Prussia.

"Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes it's laws" - Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild.
Mayer Amschel Rothschild / Anschel (b. 1743 or in 1744), was a German Jewish banker and the founder of the Rothschild banking dynasty. In 1770, "Mayer Amschel Rothschild draws up plans for the creation of the Illuminati and entrusts ... Adam Weishaupt, ... with its organization and development...".
Baron von Estorff advised the Landgrave that Mayer Amschel Rothschild showed an exceptional ability to increase wealth through his investments. Mayer Amschel arranged to hire 16800 Hessian soldiers to assist the nephew of Federick's wife, King George III of England, in suppressing the American Rebellion.
When Frederick II of Hessen-Kassel died in 1785, Rothschild obtained total influence over his successor, Karl's [Charles of Hessen-Kassel] brother Elector Wilhelm IX, who he managed to make one of the wealthiest monarchs of his time.
In 1769, Mayer Amschel Rothschild had become an agent for the Hessen-Kassel court [Frederick II of Hessen-Kassel died in 1785] of Prince William IX of Hesse - Kassel. Prince WILHELM IX / William IX was the grandson of George II, and also a cousin to George III of England, who was a nephew to the King of Denmark and also a brother in law to the King of Sweden.

Prince William IX handed his wealth to be managed by the Rothschilds.

Wilhelm X Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel-Rumpenheim that is Prince William of Hesse-Kassel, b. 1787, was the first son of Prince Frederick of Hesse-Kassel and Princess Caroline of Nassau-Usingen.

Above Prince Frederick of Hesse-Kassel, b. 1747, was a Danish general. He was born as the youngest son of
Prince Frederick of Hesse-Kassel / Landgrave Frederick II, and Princess Mary of Great Britain, he was the last surviving grandchild of George II of Great Britain, dying one month before Queen Victoria (granddaughter of his first cousin King George III) ascended to the throne.

Mentioned Frederick II / Landgraf Friedrich II von Hessen-Kassel, b. 1720, was Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel (or Hesse-Cassel) from 1760 to 1785. He raised money by renting soldiers to Great Britain to help fight the American Revolutionary War, he combined Enlightenment ideas with Christian values
[see ALTONA and St Germain; St Germain and Catherine the Great of Russia; ALTONA and the FRANKISTS movement; ALTONA close to Hamburg and Tadeusz Grabianka; ALTHOTAS from Denmark and Cagliostro and Manuel Pinto in MALTA].
By 1785, the Illuminati was banned and all of the Bavarian lodges of the Grand Orient were closed down. Around the same time, Mayer Rothschild moved with his family to a five story house in Frankfurt, which he shared with the Schiff family.
Mayer Amschel Rothschild (1744 - 1812) was also a financial advisor of Landgrave of Hesse Hanau - Prince Frederick of Hesse-Kassel (1747 - 1837). Landgrave was born as the youngest son of Hereditary Prince Frederick of Hesse-Kassel (the future Landgrave Frederick II) and Princess Mary of Great Britain. He was the last surviving grandchild of George II of Great Britain.

Frederick II of Hessen-Kassel married Maria Princess of Hanover, cousin of Frederick II the Great King of Prussia, and the daughter of [mentioned above] George II King of England.

ALTONA was visited by St Germain [St Germain known Catherine the Great of Russia]; the FRANKISTS movement; Tadeusz Grabianka of the Illuminati; maybe ALTHOTAS from Denmark was in Altona - he was friendly to Cagliostro and Manuel Pinto in MALTA.
In 1779, St. Germain arrived in Altona in Schleswig, to Prince Charles of Hesse-Kassel. Altona is the westernmost part of Hamburg.

At the same time Althotas also been identified with Kolmer, the instructor of Adam Weishaupt, a German leader of the Illuminati, and at other times Althotas was identified with the Comte de Saint Germain. Althotas was born in southern of Denmark. Then he was living in Turkey, and EGYPT [Misraim in 1738 - London ?].
Tadeusz Grabianka was in Hamburg and Altona under the name of Slonskimp as the Illuminati.
Cagliostro had been initiated into the rite by the COMTE St. GERMAIN. The Comte de Saint Germain born ca 1691/1712, d. 1784, was a European alchemist. In 1779, St. Germain arrived in Altona in Schleswig, to Prince Charles of Hesse-Kassel, who also had an interest in mysticism and in secret societies.

In Turkey, in the 2nd half of the 17th century, Donmeh / Donme, a group of Sabbatean crypto-Jews in the Ottoman Empire, was created as the political and religious movement.
The movement was centered in Thessaloniki were Jakob Frank was in 1738. Jakob Frank in 1738 joined his father on a business journey from Czerniowce to Thessaloniki and he was introduced to Sabbatean circles in Thessaloniki.

Above Charles of Hesse-Kassel was born in Kassel in 1744 as the son of Frederick II, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel (or Hesse-Cassel) and his first wife Princess Mary of Great Britain.
His mother was a daughter of King George II of Great Britain and Caroline of Ansbach and a sister of Queen Louise of Denmark.
The grandfather, mentioned William VIII, Landgrave of Hesse.


Encyclopedia:
Alojzy Fryderyk Jozef von Bruhl, the governor / manager of LIPNIK close to Biala / Bielsko-Biala at present, b. 1739 in Dresden / Drezno, died in 1793, the Polish Royal official in 1761, General, diplomat, writer and the Freemason, the Warsaw top official; Bolimow and Blonsk official in 1759; he had an older sister
Css Maria Amelia Fryderyka Bruhl, 1736-1772, and they both were children to Henryk Bruhl and Marianna Kolowrat.
Count Henryk Bruhl, 1700-1763, the governor / manager of LIPNIK close to Biala / Bielsko-Biala, m. Marianna Anna Kolowrat, 1717-1762. Henryk Bruhl b. in Gangloffsommern, d. in Dresden.
Above ALOJZY Bruhl, m. the 1st ca 1760 to Marianna Klementyna Potocka, ca 1750 - 1779, the daughter of
Franciszek Salezy Potocki, 1700-1772 + Anna Potocka, ca 1730 - 1772; m. 2nd in 1780, in Warsaw, Marianna Potocka, 1754-1782, the daughter of Ignacy Potocki, the Polish General, ca 1715-1765; m. 3rd after 1780.

Above HENRYK Bruhl was the son of Jan / HANS Bruhl + Zofia von der Heyde. Hans Moritz von Bruhl, born in 1665, died in 1727, married to Erdmuthe Sophie von der Heyde, born in 1669, died in 1702. Henryk's brother - Johann Adolph von Bruhl, b. in 1695 in Sommerda, d. in 1742. BRUHL Henryk von (1700-1763), the first [PM] minister in 1738 of August III. His father Hans / Jan / Johann Moritz (1665-1727), of Sachsen Weissenfels, m. Erdmuth Zofia von der Heide, died in 1702. Named here Hans Moritz von Bruhl, born 1665, was the top official at the Sachsen - Weissenfels Court, of the Wettyns. He was married twice, the 2nd to Zofia von Metz. Hans Moritz von Bruhl was born in Gangloffsommern.

Franciszek Salezy Potocki of Podhajce, 1700-1772, married 1st in 1740 to Zofia Rzeczycka, 1720-1741, with one a son Ludwik Stefan Potocki, b. aft. 1740; Zofia died in 1741.
Katarzyna Krasicka married Andrzej Rzeczycki in 1760. Named Katarzyna Aryadna Rzeczycka, was born ca 1740/1743, to Wincenty Franciszek Krasicki, born in 1709. Katarzyna had 6 siblings: Stanislaw Krasicki and Helena Boreyko.
Andrzej Rzeczycki was born in 1730. Andrzej was the brother to Zofia Rzeczycka Potocka, 1720-1741. They came from Mikolaj Rzeczycki, died in 1649, the Lublin official.
Probably Zofia and Andrzej were the children of Lukasz Rzeczycki, the Volhynia official in the 20' of the 18th century.
Above Franciszek Salezy Potocki married 2nd in 1742 to Anna Potocka, 1730-1772, the daughter of Stanislaw Potocki, 1698-1760.
They had children:
1. Ludwika Pelagia Potocka, 1742-1783, m. Count Kazimierz Seweryn Rzewuski, the Zydaczow official, 1750-1820 [see below on the Rzewuskis];
2. Antonina Adelaida Potocka, m. Duke Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski, 1747-1819
3. Marianna Klementyna Potocka, ca 1750 - 1779, m. Count Alojzy Fryderyk Bruhl, General, the Blonie, Warszawa, Bolimow official, 1739-1793;
4.
Pelagia Teresa Potocka, m. Count Michal Jerzy Mniszech, MP, the Crown Marshal in 1783 - 1793, the Lublin official, 1742-1806, the son of
Jan Karol Mniszech, 1716-1759 + Katarzyna Zamoyska, 1722-1771 [see - Kiedrzynska-Zamoyska in Wilkowo Polskie until 1775].
5.
Szczesny Stanislaw Feliks Potocki, MP, General in 1784, the Belz official, 1751 - 1805, m. 1st to Gertruda Komorowska, 1754-1771; m. 2nd to Jozefa Amelia Mniszech, 1752-1798, the daughter of
Jerzy August Mniszech, 1715-1778 + Css Maria Amelia Fryderyka BRUHL, 1736-1772,
with 2 daughters of named Szczesny Potocki:
A.
Roza Potocka, 1782-1862 + married 2nd to Count Wladyslaw Grzegorz Branicki, 1783-1843, with: Franciszek Ksawery Branicki, 1816-1879;
B. Konstancja Potocka, 1783-1852, m. 1st Jan Nepomucen Potocki, 1761-1815; 2nd to Count Edward Raczynski, 1786-1845, the grandson of
Leon Raczynski, 1698-1755; Wirydianna Bninska, 1718-1797; Kazimierz Jan Nepomucen Raczynski, 1739-1824; Teresa Moszczenska, 1745-1818.
The great-grandson of Wojciech Bninski, the Kowal governor close to WLOCLAWEK and CHOCEN [in Chocen - Boryslawski, Owsiany, Madalinski, Wyssogota-Zakrzewski of PAKOSLAW], b. ca 1695, died in 1755.

Above Wirydianna Bninska, 1718-1797, m. Leon Raczynski; the second Wirydianna was married to Jozef Klemens Krzysztof Mielzynski, the Kalisz governor (1758-1763), the Poznan governor (1763-1782), again in Kalisz (1782-1786) and in Poznan (1786-1792), 1729-1792.

Jozef Mielzynski was the son of Franciszek Walenty Mielzynski, 1682-1738 + Krystyna Skalawska. Above Franciszek Walenty Mielzynski, 1682-1738, was the son of Maciej Mielzynski (1636 - 1697).
Here we have link to Wessel, Walknowski, Bardzki, Kiedrzynski, Ponionski, Szoldrski.
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Kazimierz Rzewuski, the royal court official for Stanislaw August Poniatowski in 1770, in 1774-1792 the Crown writer, MP in 1788-1792 of Podolia.
The member of Andrzej Mokronowski's confederation in 1776, MP in 1776 of Chelm Lubelski. The member of the goverment in 1782-1784. In 1819 he took the Count title.
Ludwika Pelagia Potocka, 1742-1783, m. Count Kazimierz Seweryn Rzewuski = above Kazimierz Rzewuski, the Zydaczow official, b. ca 1750 - d. in 1820;
the son of Michal Jozef Rzewuski b. 1699.
Michal Jozef died in 1769, was the Podolia governor in 1762-1769 [the visit of Carsten Niebuhr of Malta], the Podlasie governor in 1752, the Great Crown writer in 1744.
Michal Jozef Rzewuski (1699-1769), m. 1st to unknown Rzewuska; the 2nd he was married to Franciszka Cetner (1706-1783) [Bamcciarelli / Bacciarelli; Vigee Le Brun].
Michal Jozef Rzewuski was the son of Adam Rzewuski / Adam Michal Rzewuski.

Adam Michal had a brother Stanislaw Mateusz Rzewuski.

Stanislaw Mateusz Rzewuski b. 1662, d. 1728, the Belz governor in 1728, the Great Crown commander-in-chief in 1726, the Podlasie governor in 1710; the Chelm Lubelski official in 1687-1728.
He had the son Waclaw Rzewuski, the Great Crown commander-in-chief in 1773-1774.

Above Waclaw Piotr Rzewuski, known as Jozef Rzewuski, General, b. in 1706 in Rozdol, d. in 1779 in Sielc. The governor of Cracow in 1778-1779, and in 1762-1778, the Podolia governor in 1736, MP in 1736, poet and writer.
He was married to Anna Lubomirska.

Adam Michal Rzewuski died in 1717, the Podlasie governor in 1710-1717,
was the son of Michal Florian Rzewuski.
Michal Florian Rzewuski, ca 1630 - 1687, the Cracow main manager in 1685.
He was married three times - the 3rd to Anna Potocka.
Michal Florian was the son of Stanislaw Rzewuski.
Stanislaw Beydo Rzewuski, the Lwow judge in 1655-1668, the Braclaw official in 1641.
Michal Jozef's guardian was Stanislaw Mateusz Rzewuski.
Michal Jozef Rzewuski was the father to:
Franciszek Rzewuski; above Kazimierz; and Jan Rzewuski.


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Adam Krasinski [of Krasne south to Przasnysz] was appointed bishop of KAMIENIEC PODOLSKI in 1759 and in 1763-1768 he conducted anti-Russian activities, but pro-German, together with Teodor Wessel in 1767. In 1767 he held secret negotiations with Turkey against Russia and against the Poniatowski family - the talks were in his Czarnokozince close to Kamieniec Podolski. 1768 - in Wroclaw, Dresden, Cieszyn was looking for help from Saxony, and sent Ignacy Potocki to Wien. Adam Krasinski came to Wien and Paris in 1768, then to Cieszyn, Byczyna, and Jozef WYBICKI was sent to BERLIN with anti-Russian support of MARIANNA SKORZEWSKA [she was died in 1791 in Berlin - not in 1773]. In 1769 with Kazimierz PULASKI in Turkey; next in Hungaria together with Jozef Bierzynski, the friend of WESSEL, and with JERZY MARCIN LUBOMIRSKI / Marcin Lubomirski to murder the king Stanislaw August Poniatowski - Marcin Lubomirski later became involved with Jakub FRANK in Frankfurt.
Wessel in Czerwin, Rozan, Nasielsk and Lipnik close to Bielsko-Biala:
During the Swedish invasion, many farms in the Czerwin parish were destroyed. In 1663, Czerwin took part in the battle against the Swedes. Among them, another heir of Czerwin, Janusz Wessel and Tomasz Goclowski from the village of Gocly.
In the beginning of the eighteenth century, Stanislaw Wessel who was the Rozan, Makow and Ostrow governor was the heir of Czerwin. During the reign of King August III Saxon, Czerwin was part of the Ostrow county. Teodor Wessel was CZERWIN owner. After the Third Partition of Poland, Czerwin and the neighbouring areas were annexed by Prussia. In 1807, the village was occupied by the French army.
In 1758, Franciszek Kwilecki dismiss the ROZAN governorship to Teodor WESSEL.
Tadeusz Kosciuszko's best friends:
General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski
[his daughter Maria Wilhelmina Paszkowska b. ca 1819 married to Armand in Moscow. Her granddaughter Anna Armand married Apolon Konstantynowicz, the co-owner of the Duflon & Konstantynowicz Company in Zaporozhe and St Petersburg, the manager of the Breguet Company in Moscow earlier. Anna Konstantynowicz Armand was closest friend to Inessa Armand and Vladimir Ulianov LENIN],
Tadeusz Mostowski,
General Stanislaw Fiszer,
and Wirydianna Kwilecka Radolinska who met Kosciuszko in Paris in the years 1801-1802.
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Krzynowloga Mala and Joachim Lelewel with Zbigniew Brzezinski - the link to Lipnik close to Mazancowice and Bielsko-Biala. The ancestors of Karol Wojtyla under influences of Sulkowski, Bruhl, Wessel.
A small village Lipnik [first time in 1325], at present 43-391 in north part of Mazancowice, 7 km north-west to the Bielsko-Biala core [NOT in the Siemkowice commune and close to Mazaniec and Radoszewice in the Pajeczno county]. Lipnik close to Biala of the Sulkowskis was family nest of Przeczek, Hess in 1780, Rek, and Bortel, Wilman in 1756, Liszka in 1779, Wojtyla in 1853. Matzdorf / Mazancowice - in 1752 the Sulkowski family owners. Alojzy Bruhl and Teodor Wessel as the governors of Lipnik close to Bielsko-Biala. Wessel in Rozan and Wschowa.
In 1754 in the Duchy of Bielsk owned by Sulkowski. Anna Przeczek b. in 1853, in Lipnik - at present a part of BIELSKO-BIALA. She was married in 1878, in Lipnik to Maciej Wojtyla. She died in 1881, Lipnik. In LIPNIK near to Bielsko-Biala in 1900 the Commune Council had 24 members: 16 Germans, 7 Jews, and 1 Pole. Lipnik close to Biala: Anna Przeczek, was the grandmother of John Paul II.
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Radoszewice, Lipnik, Siemkowice in the PAJECZNO county, south to Wola Wiazowa, with Niemojewski, Skorzewski, Pradzynski, Sulimierski, Kiedrzynski, Krasicki branch; Lipski, Trzcinski line.
Wola Pszczolecka - Siemkowice close to Lipnik / Lipniki - Swiedziebnia with Rokitnica:
FELIKS Murzynowski was the husband of Helena Gwalbert Karsnicka, Murzynowska and Honorata Gatkiewicz, the daughter of Tomasz Ignacy Gatkiewicz, 1766-1837 [Karolina Gatkiewicz Korytowska died 1850 {my error was - 1800}, was a daughter of Piotr Korytowski and Ewa Franciszka Agnieszka nee Rokossowska. Ewa come from Karol Rokossowski and Marianna Grodzicka ca 1720 - died 1780. Karolina GATKIEWICZ, b. after 1760, was the wife of Tomasz Ignacy Gatkiewicz, b. 1766, and mother of mentioned above Honorata Murzynowska and Tekla Agnieszka Zakrzewska], the granddaughter of Michal Gatkiewicz, the great-granddaughter of Antoni Wojciech Gatkiewicz + Gorzewska / Katarzyna Gorzynska.
LIPNIK in 1815: Jozef Zelof with Honorata Pagowska were living in Lipnik. 1828, Stanislaw Suffczynski took money from the Lipniki / Lipnik estate. 1829, because Julianna Brygida Maryanna nee Lemanski married Gnaczynski, died in 1829, was court case of Gnaczynski, on money after Stanislaw Suffczynski in Lipnik. LIPNIK, 13 km NW to Pajeczno. 1827 in the Siemkowice parish, but in Spring 1861 here were counter-Polish riots in Raduczyce, Osjakow, Radoszewice, Bebnow, Czernice, the Lipnik estate with 4 villages, and in Strobin. Sometimes named like Lipnik-Maranice or in 1931 Lipnik Mazaniec.
Mazaniec in the named Siemkowice commune, close to Lipnik. Lipnik, in the Siemkowice commune. Siemkowice - Jerzy Siemkowski in 1564. Then owned by Swiecicki; ca 1800 until 1945 owned by the Fundament-Karsnicki family.
Ludwik Niemojowski b. in 1823 in Radoszewice, d. 1892, the son of Gabryiel Niemojewski. The official in Radoszewice.
Karsnicki of Siemkowice and Weglewice. They owned Kierzno, Lubczyna, Lyskornia, Mlyniska, Walichnowy, Rudlice, Ostrowek; and ca 1800 Weglewice and Siemkowice together with Lukomierz, Miedzno, Kleszczowice.
Jan Gwalbert Karsnicki bought Weglewice from Hipolit Myszkowski in 1800. Antoni KARSNICKI bought Siemkowice aft. 1804. In 1802 Antoni Karsnicki co-owned Kierzno. 1801-1804 Antoni Karsnicki was living in Jackowo / JACKOW in the Borowno parish north-east to Czestochowa. He had 3 children in Jackowo, wih the son Ksawery Karsnicki. BOROWNO - north-east to Koscielec and Madalin and to Lubojenka, Wierzchowiska and Kuznica Kiedrzynska. South to Jedlno of the Walewskis. 5 km south to KRUSZYNA of the LUBOMIRSKI family - see Jozef Pilsudski on 10 November 1918 in Warsaw.
1802, Weglewice, the godparents Antoni Karsnicki + Magdalena Karsnicka of Weglewice. Sebastian Fundament Karsnicki + Franciszka Wegierski, had children born in Myjomice parish: in 1756, Antoni Wincenty Karsnicki / Antoni Karsnicki then owned Siemkowice in the Pajeczno county. Antoni Wincenty b. in Kierzno, d. in 1826 in Siemkowice; the owner of Kierzno and Siemkowice. He was married to Marianna Glebocka. His children: Karol Karsnicki + Tekla Karsnicka, Ksawery Ignacy Karsnicki + Katarzyna Kowalska - owned Siemkowice; Ignacy Jozef Bonifacy Karsnicki + Zuzanna Wituska; a daughter Jozefa Marianna + Edward Otto Klopmann.
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Karol Wojtyla and his genealogy.

The Lubomirskis of Zelechow, Sedziszow Malopolski, Dubrovna, Kruszyna and of Wielichowo, and the Potocki family of Sedziszow Malopolski, Zator, Krzeszowice, Berezyna and of Lubuszany, together with the Ostrowski clan of Maluszyn, were at the top of the Polish underground movement in 1795-1918. They supported Parvus of Berezyna and the Konstantynowiczs of MIEZONKA in the Berezyna parish, in Swolna, Moscow and Kazan, Viljandi and Nomme-Tallinn. The second level was in hands of Sapieha of Kozmin Wielkopolski and Berezyna - Lubuszany; Dukes Krasinski of Krasne close to Przasnysz; dukes Swiatopelk-Mirski of Stara Hancza and Swiedziebnia; Kalinowski - Trubecki - Grabianka with Ilinski - Oskierka - Gizycki - Radziwill and Chrapowicki; Ujejski and others; dukes Radziwill of Ostrow Wielkopolski and Nieswiez.
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The secret net of Polish conspirators, 1767/1768-1918:
Garczynski of Zbaszyn and of Wilkowo Polskie - Ostrowski of Maluszyn - Skorzewski of Chelmo: the Polish underground network together with Wola Wiazowa, and with the links to Wielichowo - Stara Hancza - Miezonka of the Konstantynowiczs and Raszkow of the Kiedrzynskis.
Romanow in the Zhytomyr county [Stebnicki; compare Gizycki, Oskierka], Kamieniec Podolski and Skala Podolska [Carsten Niebuhr in 1767 to Kossakowski, Stadnicki, Krasinski];
Felsztyn and Kamionka Wielka [Krasicki with Pradzynski and Sulimierski branch - together with SEDZISZOW MALOPOLSKI];
Rohatyn [Wilhelm Reich and homosexual ideology, with line to Krasinski, Jan Klemens Branicki and the Poniatowskis], Krasne close to Przasnysz [Krasinski with the Leopold's Kronenberg family], Wieniec and Chocen close to Wloclawek [+ Zelechow and Krzynowloga Mala north to Przasnysz;
see Osiecz Wielki with net to Zakrzewski, Skorzewski, Kiedrzynski],
Wilkowo Polskie close to Przemet [a line of Cagliostro - Szoldrski - Poninski - Kiedrzynski - Mielzynski - Walknowski - Bardzki and Erasmus Mycielski],
Jedlno near to Radomsko [Stadnicki - Mecinski - Walewski; my family Kiedrzynski - a line to Raszkow south to Pleszew and the Skorzewski - Tadeusz Wolanski branch], Pleszew and Raszkow [Skorzewski - Kiedrzynski - Arnold - Wolowski (the connections to Szymanowski - Brzezinski - Adam Mickiewicz - Woroniecki close to Przasnysz and Rozan)],

Pakosc close to Inowroclaw [with Krotoszyn, Znin and Inowroclaw, Wloclawek masonic movement; Tadeusz Wolanski the godson of General Tadeusz Kosciuszko, Illuminati and Jefferson, Courland and Cagliostro. Pakosc owned the Dzialynski family, also in Goluchow; the relatives of Oskierka of Miezonka],

Miezonka (Oskierka - Dzialynski; Chrapowicki - Bouvier; Stanislaw Radziwill and his family: Stefania Julia Radziwill, Piottuch-Kublicki, Soltan) - Lubuszany - Berezyna - Rawanicze and Kaluzyca
[with SWOLNA - Zarako-Zarakowski; Konstantynowicz, Potocki, Poniatowski, Tyszkiewicz, Branicki branch - compare Branicki and Kalinowski in 1840; Slotwinski - Koziell Poklewski / Woroniecki line - Wankowicz and a line to Swolna and Oswieja - here the Prozor family and Malkiewicz];

Viljandi and Parnu in Estonia [the fate of my family Konstantynowicz with Krauze and Dunkel; Rosenberg];
Moscow and Kazan [BREGUET and Demonsi, Konstantynowicz, Armand, Paszkowski, Japaridze, Oldenburg];
Swolna [Wankowicz, Chrapowicki - Bouvier - Miezonka of Stefania Julia Radziwill came from Stanislaw Radziwill; Zarako Zarakowski and Konstantynowicz], Dryssa and Oswieja in Belarus [Malkiewicz, Prozor, Zarako Zarakowski, Konstantynowicz].

The Illuminati genealogical net and Polish conspirators roots:

Stefania Ilinski (1841 - 1920) m. Wladyslaw LASKI = Lasek, banker, in 1870 the President of the International Bank in St. Petersburg. The group included the Petersburg International Bank and Russian Bank for Foreign Trade from Russian side.
Their rivals may be called as 'Rothschilds' group', including besides Rothschilds their allies with the Petersburg Discount and Loan Bank.

The French side included Credit lyonnais [see Duflon and Konstantynowicz Company] and Credit industriel et commercial.
Petersburg International Bank and Petersburg Discount and Loan Bank acted as intermediaries between the syndicate and the Russian government.
WLADYSLAW LASKI / Vladislav Ljasskij (1831-1889) and Discount and Loan Bank's director, Abram Zak (d. 1893) played the roles of financial advisers of Ivan Vyshnegradsky, the Russian minister of Finance in 1888-1892. The minister was suspected of close connections with 'Rothschilds' group'. The Duflon and Konstantynowicz Company co-operated with the St. Petersburg Discount and Loan Bank.

The St. Petersburg Discount and Loan Bank was 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, was Director of Moscow Discount Bank; 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 Special Meeting for defence. At the end of 1916, he designed plans for dynastic coup.
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Illuminati Order and the Polish underground network in Wilkowo Polskie and Wola Wiazowa, with the links to Wielichowo - Stara Hancza - Miezonka of the Konstantynowiczs and Raszkow of the Kiedrzynskis [Miezonka and Raszkow - both owned my family].
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Illuminati Order and the underground network in Wielichowo - Stara Hancza - Miezonka of the Konstantynowiczs and Raszkow of the Kiedrzynskis [Miezonka and Raszkow - both owned my family]; in Berlin - France - London - Kamieniec Podolski and in Wilkowo Polskie with Wola Wiazowa - around Pleszew - Kamionka Wielka with Nawojowa - Sedziszow Malopolski - Berezyna, Lubuszany, Miezonka in Belarus. German and Russian intelligence with Illuminati in Chelmo, Doruchow and Dluzyna, Wielichowo, Prochy, Wilkowo Polskie; and in Zelechow, Krzynowloga Mala close to Przasnysz, Sedziszow Malopolski, Podhajce, Wilkowyja and Kozmin Wielkopolski, Berezyna and Lubuszany close to Miezonka owned by the Konstantynowiczs; in Chocen, Golaszewo, Smilowice and Swiedziebnia, Lipno and Pluskowesy. Wielichowo - Stara Hancza - Miezonka of the Konstantynowiczs and Raszkow of the Kiedrzynskis [Miezonka and Raszkow - both owned my family]:
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Illuminati Order and the underground network in Berlin - France - London - Kamieniec Podolski and in Wilkowo Polskie with Wola Wiazowa - around Pleszew - Kamionka Wielka with Nawojowa - Sedziszow Malopolski - Berezyna, Lubuszany, Miezonka in Belarus. German and Russian intelligence with Illuminati in Chelmo, Doruchow and Dluzyna, Wielichowo, Prochy, Wilkowo Polskie; and in Zelechow, Krzynowloga Mala close to Przasnysz, Sedziszow Malopolski, Podhajce, Wilkowyja and Kozmin Wielkopolski, Berezyna and Lubuszany close to Miezonka owned by the Konstantynowiczs; in Chocen, Golaszewo, Smilowice and Swiedziebnia, Lipno and Pluskowesy.
The German intelligence together with Polish conspirators in the 19th century versus Russian Illuminati in Zelechow, Krzynowloga Mala close to Przasnysz, Sedziszow Malopolski, Podhajce, Wilkowyja and Kozmin. The core of Polish conspiracy in Berezyna and Lubuszany close to Miezonka, Krzynowloga Mala and the Swiedziebnia commune, Smilowice and Golaszewo close to Chocen, Pakoslaw, Chocen with Zelechow; Sedziszow Malopolski together with Krzeszowice, Zator, Berezyna and Lubuszany with Naimski, Neyman, General Jozef Niemojewski, General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski, Artur Potocki, Ignacy Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, Kalkstein, Roman, Zbigniew Brzezinski and Lech Walesa.
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The German and Russian intelligence with Illuminati in Chelmo, Doruchow and Dluzyna, Wielichowo, Prochy, Wilkowo Polskie; and in Zelechow, Krzynowloga Mala close to Przasnysz, Sedziszow Malopolski, Podhajce, Wilkowyja and Kozmin Wielkopolski, Berezyna and Lubuszany close to Miezonka owned by the Konstantynowiczs; in Chocen, Golaszewo, Smilowice and Swiedziebnia, Lipno and Pluskowesy.
The German intelligence together with Polish conspirators in the 19th century versus Russian Illuminati in Zelechow, Krzynowloga Mala close to Przasnysz, Sedziszow Malopolski, Podhajce, Wilkowyja and Kozmin. The core of Polish conspiracy in Berezyna and Lubuszany close to Miezonka.
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The German intelligence together with Polish conspirators in the 19th century versus Russian Illuminati in Zelechow, Krzynowloga Mala close to Przasnysz, Sedziszow Malopolski, Podhajce, Wilkowyja and Kozmin. The core of Polish conspiracy in Berezyna and Lubuszany close to Miezonka, Krzynowloga Mala and the Swiedziebnia commune, Smilowice and Golaszewo close to Chocen, Pakoslaw, Chocen with Zelechow; Sedziszow Malopolski together with Krzeszowice, Zator, Berezyna and Lubuszany with Naimski, Neyman, General Jozef Niemojewski, General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski, Artur Potocki, Ignacy Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, Kalkstein, Roman, Zbigniew Brzezinski and Lech Walesa.
Maltese Order with Carsten Niebuhr and Cagliostro together with Illuminati - the Russian and German secret underground in Poland and USA: Krzynowloga Mala close to Przasnysz with Zbigniew Brzezinski, Pelagia Rodys and Konstanty Rokossowski and the Krasinski - Garczynski in Krasne - Smilowice, Golaszewo and Chocen near to Kowal with Pruszak, Lech Walesa, Ignacy Wyssogota-Zakrzewski of Zelechow, Bielinski - Bobrynsky, and link to Owsiany - Boryslawski line, and Gustaw Findeisen, Edward Jurgens with Leopold Kronenberg in 1863 - Swiedziebnia, 16 km north-east of RYPIN, together with Kalkstein, General Jozef Niemojewski, Gustaw Findeisen, Hutten-Czapski, Nostitz-Jackowski, Orbeliani and Tomasz Swiatopelk-Mirski. This is the complex political, intelligence and genealogical structure operating under the influence of Russian intelligence formed around 1720/1741.
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Mastering the USA by Russian intelligence in 1881-1901-1963-2021 and an attempt to break up American and European society by leftist ideologies in the 21st century and by the Russian intelligence underground versus a net of Polish conspirators in 1767/1768-1918. A complex political, intelligence and genealogical structure operating under the influence of Russian intelligence formed around 1720/1741 until now, December 2020:
in Zelechow + Krzynowloga Mala close to Przasnysz [H. Wodkiewicz Jaworska, M. Bogucka Sedzicka, M. Zieleniewska, Zbigniew Natkanski of the Opoczno county together with the Lipski family, Pelka + Roman, Malachowski of Bialaczow {Robert Bubis} + Krasicki + Rzeczycki of Pieniany] - Sedziszow Malopolski + Podhajce - Wilkowyja and Kozmin + Berezyna and Lubuszany close to Miezonka - Krzynowloga Mala and the Swiedziebnia commune + Smilowice and Golaszewo close to Chocen - Pakoslaw, Chocen [Jaroslaw Slota, Maciej Igor Wojtczak] with Zelechow - Sedziszow Malopolski [Andrzej Pisz] together with Krzeszowice, Zator, Berezyna and Lubuszany - Naimski, Neyman, General Jozef Niemojewski, General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski, Artur Potocki, Ignacy Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, Kalkstein + Roman + Zbigniew Brzezinski and Lech Walesa - together with the owner of Sedziszow Malopolski in 1787 or in 1790, Barbara Moszynska nee Rudzinska.
The Maltese Order with Carsten Niebuhr and Cagliostro together with Illuminati - the Russian and German secret underground in Poland and USA: Krzynowloga Mala close to Przasnysz with Zbigniew Brzezinski, Pelagia Rodys and Konstanty Rokossowski and the Krasinski - Garczynski in Krasne - Smilowice, Golaszewo and Chocen near to Kowal with Pruszak, Lech Walesa, Ignacy Wyssogota-Zakrzewski of Zelechow, Bielinski - Bobrynsky, and link to Owsiany - Boryslawski line, and Gustaw Findeisen, Edward Jurgens with Leopold Kronenberg in 1863 - Swiedziebnia, 16 km north-east of RYPIN, together with Kalkstein, General Jozef Niemojewski, Gustaw Findeisen, Hutten-Czapski, Nostitz-Jackowski, Orbeliani and Tomasz Swiatopelk-Mirski. Stara Hancza and Miezonka with Chrapowicki, Oskierka, Ilinski, Poniatowski, Stefania Julia Radziwill branch, and the Konstantynowiczs.
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INTERMARIUM and Sakartvelo / Georgia in the plans of Edmund Charaszkiewicz, and Pilsudski's Prometheism of 1904.
Sakartvelo / Georgia and Illuminati [under Russian intelligence] in Zelechow, Krzynowloga Mala close to Przasnysz; Sedziszow Malopolski; Chocen and Wloclawek; Berezyna, Miezonka and Lubuszany. Orbeliani, Dadiani, Japaridze and Bagrationi. A complex political, intelligence and genealogical structure operating under the influence of Russian intelligence formed around 1720/1741 until now, January 2021.
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Sakartvelo / Georgia and Illuminati [under Russian intelligence] in Zelechow, Krzynowloga Mala close to Przasnysz; Sedziszow Malopolski; Chocen and Wloclawek; Berezyna, Miezonka and Lubuszany. Orbeliani, Dadiani, Japaridze and Bagrationi. A complex political, intelligence and genealogical structure operating under the influence of Russian intelligence formed around 1720/1741 until now, January 2021.
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A complex political, intelligence and genealogical structure operating under the influence of Russian intelligence formed around 1720/1741 until now, December 2020:
in Zelechow + Krzynowloga Mala close to Przasnysz [H. Wodkiewicz Jaworska, M. Bogucka Sedzicka, M. Zieleniewska, Zbigniew Natkanski of the Opoczno county together with the Lipski family, Pelka + Roman, Malachowski of Bialaczow {Robert Bubis} + Krasicki + Rzeczycki of Rachanie] - Sedziszow Malopolski + Podhajce - Wilkowyja and Kozmin + Berezyna and Lubuszany close to Miezonka - Krzynowloga Mala and the Swiedziebnia commune + Smilowice and Golaszewo close to Chocen - Pakoslaw, Chocen [Jaroslaw Slota, Maciej Igor Wojtczak] with Zelechow - Sedziszow Malopolski [Andrzej Pisz] together with Krzeszowice, Zator, Berezyna and Lubuszany - Naimski, Neyman, General Jozef Niemojewski, General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski, Artur Potocki, Ignacy Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, Kalkstein + Roman + Zbigniew Brzezinski and Lech Walesa - together with the owner of Sedziszow Malopolski in 1787 or in 1790, Barbara Moszynska nee Rudzinska.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 28 December 2020.


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The Maltese Order with Carsten Niebuhr and Cagliostro together with Illuminati - the Russian and German secret underground in Poland and USA: Krzynowloga Mala close to Przasnysz with Zbigniew Brzezinski, Pelagia Rodys and Konstanty Rokossowski and the Krasinski - Garczynski in Krasne - Smilowice, Golaszewo and Chocen near to Kowal with Pruszak, Lech Walesa, Ignacy Wyssogota-Zakrzewski of Zelechow, Bielinski - Bobrynsky, and link to Owsiany - Boryslawski line, and Gustaw Findeisen, Edward Jurgens with Leopold Kronenberg in 1863 - Swiedziebnia, 16 km north-east of RYPIN, together with Kalkstein, General Jozef Niemojewski, Gustaw Findeisen, Hutten-Czapski, Nostitz-Jackowski, Orbeliani and Tomasz Swiatopelk-Mirski. Stara Hancza and Miezonka with Chrapowicki, Oskierka, Ilinski, Poniatowski, Stefania Julia Radziwill branch, and the Konstantynowiczs.
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Illuminati - the Russian and German secret underground in Poland and USA: Krzynowloga Mala close to Przasnysz and Zbigniew Brzezinski - Smilowice and Chocen near to Kowal - Swiedziebnia, 16 km north-east of RYPIN, together with Kalkstein, Niemojewski, Findeisen, Nostitz-Jackowski and ORBELIANI - Swiatopelk-Mirski. Stara Hancza and Miezonka with Chrapowicki, Oskierka, Ilinski, Poniatowski and Stefania Julia Radziwill branch, then the property of the Konstantynowiczs. Chocen with Pruszak, Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, Bielinski - Bobrynsky, and link to Owsiany - Boryslawski line.

Thus, we see - on 17 December 2020 - that the Russians created an anti-Polish intelligence network in the lands of central Poland and acted ca 1741-2015/2020; this underground Russian diversionary uses together atheistic and deprived of a historical and ideological background three national minorities: German, Gypsy [Sinti and Romani] and Jewish. Romania and Spain are facilities for the diversion at present. Of course, it is about individual families and individuals, people extremely alienated from the Polish national community, and this does not apply to entire nations, which national minorities also suffered from the Russian occupation after 1815 and lost a lot due to the fall of the Republic of Poland in 1795. After killing three US presidents in the years 1885-1901-1963, the brain of anti-Polish and anti-civilization Russian action moved to the USA. This network was established after 1858 in Plock-Wloclawek-Warsaw-Przasnysz. These saboteurs infiltrated our independence movement [sample only: Chocen-Smilowice-Golaszewo-Przasnysz + Kalkstein in the Swiedziebnia commune and in Krzynowloga Mala in the Przasnysz county and here a village Leszno and the Krasne estate near to Przasnysz; together with Wieniec-Brzezie close to Wloclawek] throughout the second half of the 19th century [since 1858/1868]. The Russians occupied from 1815 to 1915 what is now central Poland, creating the so-called Congress Poland and the Vistula Country, and in 1988-1992 the so-called New Third Polish Republic. Despite this, the Polish underground led to regaining independence in 1918, but lost in 1939 and lost again in 1945-2015. The Polish underground had headquarters in the Berezina parish in Belarus from around 1797 to November 1918 [Templar Artur Potocki in the 20' of the 19th century, and his family + the Konstantynowiczs with the Armand-Paszkowski family branch after 1840]. This structure in Miezonka-Lubuszany-Berezyna Ihumenska actively collaborated with British intelligence that formed the Round Table in England and the Illuminati movement [ca 1870] leading to the liquidation of Russia's state structures in 1917 - 1922. The Russian intelligence operated in Poland from the 1740s, co-creating the Masonic movement in Poland and the Maltese Order [Poninski-Szoldrski in Wilkowo Polskie and in Kamieniec Podolski in 1767]. The Germans operated through Polish noble families [Skorzewski-Ciecierski clan] from the Greater Poland from 1760s leading to the defeat of the Bar Confederation in 1768-1771.
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Iluminati -
Stara Hancza and Swiedziebnia with Smilowice;
Miezonka with Chrapowicki, Oskierka, Poniatowski and Stefania Julia Radziwill branch, then owned by the Konstantynowiczs;
Chocen with Pruszak, Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, Bielinski, and link to Owsiany - Boryslawski - Pruszak line.
The Walesa family in Wilkowyja close to Jarocin under care of the Sapiehas; Kozmin Wielkopolski; Raszkow and Pogrzybow north-west to Ostrow Wielkopolski under Niemojewski - Skorzewski family branch; Golaszewo, Smilowice and Kowal close to Chocen near to the Dambskis and to Findeisen-Rodys of Przasnysz and Swiedziebnia; Wielichowo in the Koscian county together with the Owsiany clan close to the Broel-Plater family; Wloclawek with Chocen, Lipno, Sobowo, Popowo, Chalin near by the Nostitz-Jackowski family line.
With the research on
the coup d'etat of 1992 in Poland - President Lech Walesa of Chocen, Smilowice, Golaszewo, Lipno, Wloclawek; Donald Tusk of the Koscierzyna county; Leszek Moczulski of Mariowka in the Przysucha district; Waldemar Pawlak of Zychlin district; Stefan Niesiolowski with Police and Senegal; Bronislaw Geremek of Rozan.
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Bogdan Konstantynowicz -
the research on
the coup d'etat of 1992 in Poland - President Lech Walesa of Chocen, Smilowice, Golaszewo, Lipno, Wloclawek; Donald Tusk of the Koscierzyna county; Leszek Moczulski of Mariowka in the Przysucha district; Waldemar Pawlak of Zychlin district; Stefan Niesiolowski with Police and Senegal; Bronislaw Geremek of Rozan.
And on the Walesa family in Wilkowyja close to Jarocin under care of the Sapiehas; Kozmin Wielkopolski; Raszkow and Pogrzybow north-west to Ostrow Wielkopolski under Niemojewski - Skorzewski family branch; Golaszewo, Smilowice and Kowal close to Chocen near to the Dambskis and to Findeisen-Rodys of Przasnysz and Swiedziebnia; Wielichowo in the Koscian county together with the Owsiany clan close to the Broel-Plater family; Wloclawek with Chocen, Lipno, Sobowo, Popowo, Chalin near by the Nostitz-Jackowski family line.
Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 05 December 2020, Saturday.


Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw on 17 September 2020 / 11 November 2020 / 22 Nov. 2020 / 29 Nov. 2020.

Thus, we see on 17 December 2020 that the Russians created an anti-Polish intelligence network in the lands of central Poland and acted ca 1741-2015/2020; this underground Russian diversionary uses together atheistic and deprived of a historical and ideological background three national minorities: German, Gypsy [Sinti and Romani] and Jewish. Romania and Spain are facilities for the diversion at present.
Of course, it is about individual families and individuals, people extremely alienated from the Polish national community, and this does not apply to entire nations, which national minorities also suffered from the Russian occupation after 1815 and lost a lot due to the fall of the Republic of Poland in 1795.
After killing three US presidents in the years 1885-1901-1963, the brain of anti-Polish and anti-civilization Russian action moved to the USA. This network was established after 1858 in Plock-Wloclawek-Warsaw-Przasnysz. These saboteurs infiltrated our independence movement [sample only: Chocen-Smilowice-Golaszewo-Przasnysz + Swiedzibnia-Przasnysz - village Leszno and the Krasne estate near to Przasnysz; together with Wieniec-Brzezie close to Wloclawek] throughout the second half of the 19th century [since 1858/1868]. The Russians occupied from 1815 to 1915 what is now central Poland, creating the so-called Congress Poland and the Vistula Country, and in 1988-1992 the so-called New Third Polish Republic. Despite this, the Polish underground led to regaining independence in 1918, but lost in 1939 and lost again in 1945-2015. The Polish underground had headquarters in the Berezina parish in Belarus from around 1797 to November 1918 [Templar Artur Potocki in the 20' of the 19th century, and his family + the Konstantynowiczs with the Armand-Paszkowski family branch after 1840]. This structure in Miezonka-Lubuszany-Berezyna Ihumenska actively collaborated with British intelligence that formed the Round Table in England and the Illuminati movement [ca 1870] leading to the liquidation of Russia's state structures in 1917 - 1922. The Russian intelligence operated in Poland from the 1740s, co-creating the Masonic movement in Poland and the Maltese Order [Poninski-Szoldrski in Wilkowo Polskie and in Kamieniec Podolski in 1767]. The Germans operated through Polish noble families [Skorzewski-Ciecierski clan] from the Greater Poland from 1760s leading to the defeat of the Bar Confederation in 1768-1771.

The Paszkowski of Cracow - Zaleski - Lasocki of Przasnysz - Wolowski - Szymanowski line:

Bronislaw Lasocki, Count + Felicja Zofia Wolowska had children:
1. Bronislawa Lasocka + Bronislaw Kurtz;
2. Halina Lasocka + Stanislaw Chometowski;
3. Idalia;
4. Zygmunt Lasocki / Zygmunt Bronislaw Lasocki born December 1867, a Polish lawyer (law doctor), a politician of the Polish people's movement, a diplomat;
5. Jozef Adam Feliks Bronislaw Lasocki;
6.
Maria Lasocka m. Leon Ignacy Paszkowski, 1845 - 1904, a director of a bank in Cracow. Maria, 1875 - 1887, was the daughter of Bronislaw LASOCKI + Felicja Wolowska [the Frankists].

The owner of BEREZYNA-Lubuszany estate was Aleksander Michal SAPIEHA, b. 1730 in Wysokie - died in 1793 in Warsaw. After his death, in 1793 Berezyno and Luboszany was taken by Tyszkiewicz, then to POTOCKI.
It was the family of the TEMPLAR, Artur Potocki who had the plenipotent Wojciech Paszkowski, the half brother of General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski, who was the friend to General Tadeusz Kosciuszko in France.
General Franciszek Paszkowski was the half brother of
Dominik Paszkowski married Anna Niemojewska, the daughter of Jozef Niemojewski + Ludwika Walewska of JEDLNO. Here in Jedlno was living Izydor Kiedrzynski d. bef. 1802, closest to the Stadnickis of the PLESZEW county.

General Franciszek, Wojciech and Dominik senior, were the sons of
Jan Paszkowski [my ancestor on the father side], born in 1742. Jan married twice. The second he was married to Petronela Kulikowska,
with above son
Dominik Paszkowski, b. 1783 in Brody, d. 1866 + Anna Niemojewska, died in 1872 (inf. in SWIEDZIEBNIA in 1862; a tomb in Krakow / Cracow).

Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski, b. 12.10.1778 in Brody (to 1st wife of Jan Paszkowski), d. 10.3.1856 in Cracow, General, Virtuti Militari, the owner of Tonie close to Cracow, tomb in Cracow - Rakowice, was the half-brother to above Dominik Paszkowski and of Wojciech Paszkowski, a main plenipotent of Artur POTOCKI, the Templar freemason and the ancestor to the Potockis, the owners of Berezyna - Lubuszany until November 1918.

Jan Paszkowski, senior, married two times: 1st to unknown and 2nd to Petronela.
His son Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski died in 1856, in September 1800 received the assignment to captain in the Italian Legion. In 1801 he met Thaddeus Kosciuszko and the next three years 1801-1804 he spent at his side gathering material for a biography. In 1804-1805, he was in a camp of Chalons-sur-Marne.
Franciszek Paszkowski was reactivated on the staff of Joachim Murat, as a translator and espionage officer, also an aide of Murat.
He had correspondence contact with Kosciuszko, who named him 'my Paszkos'.
In January 1815 Franciszek Paszkowski resigned from the position of secretary in the Polish Kingdom, and was deleted from the state service of the Polish army. After leaving the military he went to the POZNAN Duchy and then abroad, visiting Kosciuszko and Frederick Augustus ex Duke of the Warsaw Duchy.

Sons of above Dominik Paszkowski b. 1783:
A.
Franciszek Paszkowski, b. 1818 in Warsaw, d. 1883 Cracow, an owner of Tonie, MP; Franciszek studied painting at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts.
B.
Jozef Franciszek Daniel Paszkowski, b. 1817 in Warsaw, d. 1861 in Warsaw + Seweryna Stompf,
with children:
1.
Franciszek Paszkowski, jurist, in 1902 an owner of Tonie,
2.
Leon Ignacy Paszkowski, 1845 - 1904, a director of a bank in Cracow, + (1875 - 1887) Maria Lasocka, a daughter of
Bronislaw LASOCKI + Felicja Wolowska [the Frankists].
Jozef Franciszek Daniel Paszkowski, 1817-1861, was buried in Cracow, married to Kazimiera Seweryna Stompf.
C.
Jozef Edmund Paszkowski b. 1817. PASZKOWSKI Jozef Edmund, 1817 - 1861, a poet, translator.

Mentioned Dominik Paszkowski, 1783-1866 [the son of Jan + Petronela Kulikowska] married Anna Niemojewska.

ARTUR Potocki married to Zofia Countess Branicka, probably granddaughter of Empress Katarzyna II.
Artur Potocki bought a Palace in Cracow; and in Krzeszowice he built a summer residence.

Above Paszkowski Franciszek (1818-1883), painter, landowner, the cousin of General Franciszek Paszkowski; a deputy to the Galician parliament, economic activist. He was the son of Dominik Paszkowski and Anna Niemojewska (died 1872), and was the younger brother of Jozef Edmund.
Above Anna Paszkowska nee Niemojewska was the daughter of Ludwika Walewska married Jozef Niemojewski, the 2nd. Anna Niemojewska married Dominik Paszkowski.

Above Franciszek Paszkowski b. 1818, was 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 Dusseldorf (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.

Above Leon Ignacy Paszkowski, 1845 - 1904, director of a bank in Cracow, m. in 1875 to Maria Lasocka, b. ca 1855, the daughter of
Bronislaw LASOCKI + Felicja Wolowska {see - line to BRZEZINSKI - SZYMANOWSKI - WOLOWSKI}. Named above Bronislaw Juliusz Edmund Lasocki [member of the 1863 Uprising], Count, 1828-1912, m. Felicja Zofia Wolowska, 1832 -1906. Her father was Adam Ernest.

Bronislaw Juliusz Edmund Lasocki [member of the 1863 Uprising], Count, 1828-1912 in Wien, was the son of Daniel Tytus Lasocki and Monika Florentyna Jozefa Nieznanska, 1801 - 1850 in Warszawa.

Daniel Lasocki was the son of Walenty Lasocki
[b. 1746 in Warszawa, died in 1793 in the Krzynowloga Mala commune, in the Przasnysz County. Walenty was living in Drazewo, in the Ciechanow County, close to Sonsk.
Walenty Lasocki was buried in Przasnysz. Krzynowloga Mala was owned by General Antoni Anzelm Nieborski, ca 1760-1780. In 1789, above Walenty Lasocki leased Krzynowloga Mala and the King Stanislaw August Poniatowski confirmed city prerogative until ca 1802. Then in Prussia.
DRAZEWO - 6 kilometres west of Sonsk, 10 km south of Ciechanow,
26 km east to GLINOJECK
and 29 km north-east to PLONSK]
and Anna Szygowska.

Walenty Lasocki
[b. 1746 in Warszawa, died in 1793 close to Krzynowloga Mala, 19 km north-west to PRZASNYSZ, and he had a brother
Piotr Walerian Lasocki, the Plock official, b. in 1742 in PLONSK - d. in 1796 in MALUZYN, 12 kilometres south-east of Glinojeck, 20 km south-west of Ciechanow,
10 km north-west to SOCHOCIN]
and they both were sons to Jozef Lasocki, ca 1700 - 1766 + Petronela PLOCHOCKA.

Jozef was the son of Pawel Aleksander Lasocki
[PAWEL Lasocki, ca 1680 - 1724, the son of
Jacek Lasocki + Anna MLOCKI.
Roman Lasocki, the LOMZA Agriculture Society in 1861, 1817-1887 in POZNAN, was the great-grandson of named Jozef Lasocki, ca 1700 - 1766 + PLOCHOCKA]
and Teofilia Gembart, ca 1680 - 1713.

Maria Izabella Nostitz Jackowska was born ca 1850, to Aleksander Nostitz Jackowski and Marianna Teofila Nostitz Jackowska (born Maria Wybicka), b. 1825 or 1826 in PIETOWO / PIETKI.
Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski JUNIOR, b. Nov. 1821, d. 1910, was the son of
Jan Nepomucen Ksawery Nostitz-Jackowski and Anna TUCHOLKA.

Maria Izabella Nostitz-Jackowska had 7 siblings:
1. Stefan Wawrzyniec Nostitz Jackowski, 1854 - 1858;
2.
Leonarda Kielczewska b. 1846.
3.
Franciszek Aleksander Nostitz Jackowski, b. 1863, m. in 1892 in Warsaw, Julianna Agata Multanowski, the daughter of Andrzej Multanowski and Matylda Piekrzewicz.

Above Leonarda Kielczewska (nee Nostitz-Jackowska) b. 1846, d. 1924, the daughter of Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski [younger] and Marianna Teofila Wybicka.
Leonarda was the mother of
Marian Kielczewski b. 1865 in SZABSK / Szapsk.

Szabsk - Szapsk is a village in the Raciaz commune, within the Plonsk County, 31 km east to GOZDOWO; 8 kilometres south of Raciaz, 20 km north-west of Plonsk, and 81 km north-west of Warsaw.

Marian d. 1934. Marian was the father of Zygmunt Kielczewski [Zygmunt Kielczewski, 1904 - 1989 in RADOM]; Bogdan Kielczewski and Maria Tluchowska [known as Stankiewicz, b. 1915 in Siedlce, d. 1991 in Warszawa. The 1st she was married Wlodzimierz Stankiewicz; the 2nd Tluchowski]. Inf. by Leszek Mila on August 15, 2020.
In 1861, in the Sochocin commune, the Kolozab estate owned Miszewski Jan - the son of Tymoteusz.
Kolozab is a village in the Sochocin commune, within the Plonsk County, 4 kilometres south of Sochocin, 8 km east of Plonsk.
Studzieniec owned Miszewski Jozef - the son of Tymoteusz.
Studzieniec - 4 km north-west to SIERPC, 22 km north to GOZDOWO.

Named Bronislaw Juliusz Edmund Lasocki [member of the 1863 Uprising], Count, 1828-1912 m. Felicja Zofia Wolowska, 1832 -1906.
Her parents were the Frankists:
Adam Ernest Wolowski 1798-1868 + Barbara Maryewska, 1796-1863.

Wladyslaw Jozef Ludwik Wolowski that is Ludwik Wolowski, Member of the Agricultural Society of the Kingdom of Poland [with Jakub Szymanowski, 1795/1797-1873]; he lived in Chamsk, close to Biezun [north-east], the Mlawa county [32 km south-west to Mlawa and west of PRZASNYSZ]; b. ca 1829, died in 1895 in Warszawa, was the son of mentioned
Adam Ernest Wolowski 1798-1868 and Barbara Maryewska, 1796-1863;
Wladyslaw Jozef Ludwik Wolowski married in 1851, Warszawa, to Jozefa Teofila Szymanowska, 1833-1875,
with a son
Adam Franciszek Gabriel WOLOWSKI, 1856-1900 + Maria Koziell-Poklewska, 1860-1891.

Adam Ernest Wolowski 1798-1868 - parents:
Adam WOLOWSKI 1770-1833, and Teresa Zalewska.

Now in Lithuania:
Izabela Lasocka, b. 1764 / 1770 in Warsaw, d. in 1852, the only daughter of Antoni Lasocki = Antoni Adam Lasocki, 1727-1799 + Teresa Laskowska.
Antoni Lasocki b. 1727, died in 1799, was the son of
Jozef Lasocki, ca 1700 - 1761 + the 1st wife [until ca 1728] Anna Grabowska b. ca 1700.

Above Anna Grabowska b. ca 1700 was married twice. The second she was married [ca 1728 ?] to Antoni Golabek - Jezierski, the Lukow official, lived in 1680-1722 [or aft. 1728].

Antoni had a son Jacek Golabek-Jezierski, the Lukow official, lived in 1720 - 1778, m. the 1st ca 1750 to Justyna Gordon, and he was m. the 2nd to Justyna Drzewiecka.
With children of Justyna Gordon:
1.
Anna Golabek-Jezierska b. ca 1750, m. Ignacy Cieciszowski the LIW official,
with a daughter - Franciszka Cieciszowska b. ca 1770 - 1802; and the grandson
Count Bruno Dionizy Areopagita Kicinski, 1797-1844;
2.
Piotr Golabek Jezierski, the Royal Court official in 1791, the official in LUKOW in 1789-1790, lived in 1752-1810 + Marianna Anna Chudzynska, ca 1753 - 1814;
3.
Teodor b. ca 1754, the Kiev priest.

Compare:

Julia Pawlowna Bobrynska / Julia Broel - Plater, Golabek - Jezierska, nee Bobrinski / Bobrynska, 1823 - 1899 [the Catherina the Great family branch], married Waldemar Golabek-Jezierski Count, b. 1822, died 1855 in Warsaw.
Julia 1st married Waldemar Golabek - Jezierski in 1851; Waldemar was born in 1822. They had a son
Aleksander Golabek - Jezierski.

Julia BOBRZYNSKA JEZIERSKA b. 1823, the 2nd time married Cezar August Broel - Plater in 1859.
Cezar / Cezary August Plater was born on September 8, 1810, in Wilno or in Dusetos or was born as Cezary Augustus in 1808, died in 1877, a brother of
Wladyslaw PLATER.
Above Count Cezary Augustus PLATER (1808/1810 in WILNO - 1877 in GORA), a brother of Wladyslaw, has already been mentioned in association with Emilia Plater. At the time of Emilia's illness he proceeded to Warsaw where he signed "the access to the insurrection by the the citizen's of the province of Vilna", and two days later was elected as a Member of Parliament.
In Paris he established the Lithuanian Society and was a great help to Poles who had emigrated to France, making representations to the French Government on their behalf.
After returning to Poland he became active in Poznan politics for 25 years.

Wielichowo - 4 km north-east to PROCHY - for almost 200 years, formed a large Bishops key, which was under the lease.
Weronika's [Grabowska nee Scipio of Stara Hancza] daughter was Ludwika Broel-Plater, 1799 in Cracow - 1873, m. in 1816; d. in 1873 in Prochy in the KOSCIAN / Kosten County in the 19th century.

Prochy is a village in the Wielichowo commune, within Grodzisk Wielkopolski County, at way from Wielichowo and Wolsztyn, 4 km south of Rakoniewice, 3 / 4 kilometres [south-west] west of Wielichowo, 14 / 16 km south of Grodzisk Wielkopolski; 16 / 17 km south to Zdroj -
compare Colonel Jozef NEYMAN;
9 km south-west to KOWALEWO.

PAULINA POTOCKA LUBIENSKA had son SEWERYN junior:

In 1836 Seweryn Lubienski (1811-1855) junior, married Amelia Jezierska (1813-1885)
and had 4 daughters and 5 sons:
Witold LUBIENSKI b. 1841 was grew up under uncle Piotr Strzyzowski, then bought Zasow / Zassow estate in ca 1870; Strzyzowskich Piotr, d. 1855;
Emma d. 1856 - assume ownership of Jablon to Amelia Jezierski Lubienski, widow of Seweryn, nephew of Strzyzowski.
The next thirty years Jablon was property of the Lubienskis. Amelia was formed in Jablon and around five schools in rural areas. During the January Uprising 1863 the palaces in Jablon and Kolano
[Seweryn Lubienski owner of Kolano and Rudzieniec; b. 1811 / 1812 - d. 1855 in Wenecja / Venice / Veneto, Italy; was son of Franciszek Ksawery Lubienski b. 1784 in Szczytniki, died in Guzow]
were the center of conspiracy and assistance to insurgents - Kazimierz Lubienski [1843-1908] who was Amelia Lubienski's son was forced to leave the property. Threatened with deportation to Siberia, Amelia Jezierska Lubienska changed home to a more civilized manor of the eldest son Witold / Vytautas LUBIENSKI - in Zassow / Zasow / Zasowo in AUSTRIA.

A branch from Samuel Soltan b. 1654, killed in 1709, m. 1st to Wisiunianka / Wisimianka, and 2nd to Helena Ewa von Manteuffel 1-v. Jan von Berk;
his son:
Stanislaw Soltan, senior, 1698 - 1758, owned Andrepna and Zielonpole close to Rezekne / Rzeczyce [see Malkiewicz + Konstantynowicz], and Lideksna with Sprykutow close to Ludsen / Lucyn,
m. 1st to Eleonora Hilzen / Hylzen, daughter of Jerzy Konstanty Hilzen, and Anna Regina Schimmelpfennig von der Oye;
m. 2nd time in Dyrwiany to Helena Romer b. ca 1730 - she was 2-v. Jan Wayssenhof;
children of Stanislaw Soltan senior:
A.
Augusta Soltan, b. ca 1750, m. Eliasz Piottuch-Kublicki;
B.
Stanislaw Soltan, junior, b. 27.8.1756 - died in 1836 in Mitawa, General, secret acted in 1793, then in 1812, member of Parliament of 1782, 1788,
the 1st m. Franciszka Teofila Radziwill d. 1802, the daughter of Stanislaw RADZIWILL b. 1722, and Karolina Pociej, owned Zdzieciol;
m. 2nd in 1820 to Konstancja Toplicka-Tupalska 1-v Kasper Korsak, a daughter of Antoni and Roza Gorska.

Above Stanislaw Soltan, b. 1756, d. Mitawa 1836, General, the President of the Commission of the Provisional Government of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in 1812.
Children of above Stanislaw Soltan junior:
1.
Karolina Soltan, b. ca 1780 / 1790 married after 1800 to Jozef Piottuch-Kublicki [my family line];
2.
Anna Soltan, b. ca 1780 / 1785 / 1788 / 1790, died 1812 + Antoni Wankowicz, born ca 1758 / 1760 or in 1780 - 1812, a son of Tadeusz Wankowicz junior
[Tadeusz-Casimir Tadeushevich Vankovich / Tadeusz Kazimierz Wankowicz, the son of
Tadeusz Wankowicz, an owner of SWOLNA in 1725]
and named Antoni Wankowicz m. in 1755 to Anna Swietorzecka ca 1735-1812, a daughter of Antoni Swietorzecki.
3.
Helena Soltan b. 1790 m. to Franciszek Soltan b. 1780, the member of the Order of Malta;
4.
Adam Leon Ludwik Soltan, b. 2.7.1792 in Warsaw, the Freemason, m. Idalia Pociej 1790 - 1839;
5.
Samuel Jerome Wladyslaw Soltan born 1824 in Uzukrewno.
6.
Stanislaw Soltan, youngest, b. 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, youngest, b. 1822:
1.
Bogdan Wiktor Soltan, 1861 - 1912, married to Maria Franciszka Soltan, b. 1863,
with a daughter -
Maria Emilia Soltan, b. 1889 Aninsk and died 1963, m. Zdzislaw Henryk Grocholski -
her daughter
Maria Grocholska, b. 1911 Pietniczany and died in 1940 Otrebusy [close to Brwinow and to GUZOW];
2.
Emilia Soltan Korsak, b. 1847 d. 1908,
3.
Stanislaw Soltan, the 4th, 1848 - 1850,
4.
Helena Soltan, 1849 - 1852,
5.
Adam Soltan, 1851 - 1902 in Brzostownica Murowana,
6.
Wiktor Wladyslaw Rudolf Pereswit-Soltan, born in 1853 - d. 1905 Warsaw, owner of Kraszuty.
Wielkie-Kraszuty / Krashuty, a village in the Mikolajewska area, a district of Polock, the goverment of Witebsk / Vicebsk, owned by above mentioned Soltan, 1853-1905, engineer from Lodz, the Congress Poland, the owner of Kraszuty, married to Amelia Maria Weyssenhoff.
Wiktor Wladyslaw Soltan (born 1853 in Brzostowica Murowana - 1905 Warszawa) was railway engineer; Soltan (Pereswit-Soltan) born close to Hrodna, was the son of Stanislaw SOLTAN, youngest, and his first wife
Mary Jundzill.
Wiktor Wladyslaw Pereswit Soltan, b. 1853, d. 1905, the son of Stanislaw Soltan and Albertyna Dunin-Jundzill, Countess. After losing his mother and after father's exile to Siberia for his participation in the January Uprising 1863, Aunt Helena Pilecka took care of him - she lived in Brzostowica Murowana.
In autumn 1868, along with his brother Adam Soltan went to Riga [see Konstantynowicz + PUSZKIN / Pushkin] to study at the Engineering Politechnic. He graduated in 1874; send on the practice of engineering in Switzerland, where his uncle, Victor Jundzill, was the chief engineer of railways Lausanne-Bern.
In 1874-8, Wiktor Soltan worked for the West-Swiss Railways in Lausanne; returned to Warsaw in 1878 as a senior clerk in the Governing Board of the Warsaw-Terespol railway and in 1879 in the office of the board of Vistula Railway.
Wiktor Wladyslaw Rudolf Pereswit-Soltan, born in 1853 - d. 1905 Warsaw, the owner of Kraszuty / Wielkie-Kraszuty / Krashuty, a village in the Mikolajewska area, a district of Polock, the goverment of Witebsk / Vicebsk, owned by above mentioned Soltan, 1853-1905, engineer from Lodz, the Congress Poland, the owner of Kraszuty, married to Amelia Maria Weyssenhoff.
Amelia Maria Weyssenhoff Soltan's brother was Joseph Weyssenhoff who married Alicja Bloch / Aleksandra Emilia Bloch, the daughter of Jan Bloch a banker from Lodz, thanks to family connections of the Soltans.

Amelia Maria Weyssenhoff m. above Wiktor Wladyslaw Pereswit Soltan, b. 1853, d. 1905, the son of Stanislaw Soltan and Albertyna Dunin-Jundzill Countess.
Amelia's father:
Michal Weyssenhoff b. 1831 + Wanda Lubienska Countess, ca 1830 / after 1836 - ca 1880, and Wanda's father was
Seweryn Lubienski Count + Amelia Golabek Jezierska, Countess

{Amelia, 1813/1816 - 1885, the daughter of Jan Nepomucen Pawel Golabek-Jezierski, 1786 - 1858 in Garbow, the Brzeg County + Karolina JELSKA.
The granddaughter of Count Karol Golabek Jezierski, 1750 - 1826 in Warszawa + Zuzanna BIELINSKA.
The great-granddaughter of
Jacek Golabek-Jezierski, 1722 - 1805 in Otwock Wielki, Count + Roza SZCZUTOWSKA.
JACEK was the son of Ludwik Golabek-Jezierski, ca 1690 - 1762 + Wiktoria STOINSKA}.

Amelia Maria Weyssenhoff's brother:
Jozef Weyssenhoff, writer + Alicja Bloch / Aleksandra Emilia Bloch, the daughter of a banker from Lodz - Jan Bloch. The daughter of mentioned Jozef Emanuel Marian Weyssenhoff was Aleksandra Zielewicz, 1891 - 1956 in Brazil. Jozef Weyssenhoff, Baron, novelist, poet, literary critic and publisher.

Above Waldemar Golabek-Jezierski Count, b. 1822, died 1855, the brother of Amelia Lubienska, b. 1813/1816, was the husband of Julia Pavlovna Bobrinskaya.

Julia Pawlowna Bobrynska / Julia Broel - Plater, Golabek - Jezierska, nee Bobrinski / Bobrynska, 1823 - 1899, married Waldemar Golabek-Jezierski Count, b. 1822, died 1855 in Warsaw. Julia 1st married Waldemar Golabek - Jezierski in 1851; Waldemar was born in 1822. They had a son
Aleksander Golabek - Jezierski.

Julia BOBRZYNSKA JEZIERSKA b. 1823, the 2nd time married Cezar August Broel - Plater in 1859.

Julia Pavlovna Bobrinskaya, born 1823 in Saratov, d. in 1899 in Nice, France, the daughter of
Pavel Alexeievich BOBRINSKI, 1801-1830, m. Julia Bielinska, 1804-1899,
and Julia BIELINSKA was the daughter of STANISLAW BIELINSKI.

Pavel / Pawel Bobrzynski / Paul Bobrinsky b. 1801 - died in Florence 1830 (see Oginski and Chodzko - Venture, Breguet, Sulkowski), m. 1822 to Julia Junosza - Bielinska / Junosza Bielinski / Julia Junosha-Belinskaya b. 1804 - died in Paris in 1899.

Julia Stanislawowna Bobrynska nee Sonocka Bielinska / Bielinska, b. after 1790 / bef. 1804 - d. 1892 / 1899 [1795-1892]; m. in 1822; after death of husband she moved to Paris; she was married to Pavel Alekseevich Bobrinski / Pawel Aleksiejewicz Bobrynski ie. Pawel Bobrynski / Bobrinski born on October 27, 1801, in Saint Petersburg ie. Paul Bobrinsky, b. 1801 - died in Florence 1830.

Julia Bielinska Bobrynska was the daughter of
Stanislaw Kostka Bielinski [b. ca 1740 ?] died 1812 in Vicebsk / Witebsk, served on the court of the King Stanislaw August Poniatowski; the Marshal of the Parliament in 1793, m. Katarzyna nee Golicyn, b. 1775, d. 1825 [1770-1827] in Saratow.

Julia Bielinska Bobrynska was the granddaughter of Michal Bielinski

[Michal b. ca 1690, and he had the brother Franciszek BIELINSKI, junior, b. 1683,
and they both were the sons of Kazimierz Ludwik Bielinski, 1650-1713]

died 1746/1747, the Chelmno province governor in 1738, the Sztum office, 1725 the King court, 1736-1742 in Kozlowka palace near by Lubartow;
and Michal Bielinski m. 1st to Aurora Maria Rutowska
{ie. Maria Anna Katharina (1706-1746), Countess Rutowska, married firstly in January 1728 to Count Michal Bielinski, divorced in early 1732; secondly, in February 1732, to Claude Marie Noyel, Comte du Bellegarde et d'Entremont},
the daughter of Fryderyk August the 1st and Fatima / the Turk Fatima, later Maria Aurora von Spiegel

{Augustus II the Strong / August II Mocny, 1670 - 1733, known in Saxony as Frederick Augustus I, was Elector of Saxony in 1697, elected King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania in 1697-1706 and in 1709 - 1733. He was succeeded by his son, Augustus III of Poland},
the grand-daughter of
John George III, Elector of Saxony + Princess Anna Sophie of Denmark, ie. Jan Jerzy III Saxon / Sas and his 1st wife Anna Zofia of Danmark, 2-v. Claude Marie de Bellegarde.
Jan Jerzy the 3rd, m. 2nd time to Tekla Peplowski.

Julia was the granddaughter of Jadwiga Niemyski, of the Kozlowka estate.
Julia was the granddaughter of Michal Bielinski.

Julia was the great-granddaughter of
Kazimierz Ludwik Bielinski, b. ca 1650, d. 1713, the Crown Marshal in 1702-1713, in 1682 he married Ludwika Maria MORSZTYN, the daughter of Andrzej Morsztyn.
Kazimierz Bielinski was the son of Franciszek Bielinski, senior, b. ca 1620, and Anna Akerstoff.

Pavel / Pawel Bobrzynski / Paul Bobrinsky b. 1801 - died in Florence 1830 had the brothers:
1.
Alexei Bobrinsky, 1800 - 1868, m. in 1821 to Css Sophia Samojlowa b. 1799,
2.
Wassili Bobrinsky b. 1804, the 1st m. in 1824 to Pss Lydia Gortschakova b. 1807, the 2nd m. in 1830 to Sofia Sokownina b. 1812, the 3rd m. in 1869 to Alexandra Utschakova.

Above
Wassili Bobrinsky / Wasyl Bobrzynski b. 1804, had 2 children:
1.
Alexei Bobrinsky, younger, 1831 - 1888, 1st m. in 1855 to Pss Catherine Lvova b. 1834, the 2nd m. in 1859 Sofia Cheremeteva b. 1842;
2.
Css Sofia Bobrinsky, 1837 - 1891, m. Viktor von Keller, d. 1906.

Above
Alexei Bobrinsky, younger, 1831 - 1888, had the daughter
Css Catherine Bobrinsky / Ekaterina Alexeiievna, 1864 - 1926, m. in 1886 to Pr Peter Swiatopolk-Mirski / Piotr Swiatopelk Mirski, d. 1914.
See Stara Hancza and Swiedziebnia.

Waldemar Golabek Jezierski was the son of Jan Nepomucen Pawel Golabek-Jezierski, Count, b. in 1786, d. in 1858 in Garbow, in the Brzeg County, the Opole province + Karolina JELSKA, 1790 - 1859 in Warszawa. Karolina was the daughter of Franciszek Jelski.

Jan Nepomucen was the son of
Karol Golabek-Jezierski, Count, 1750 - 1826, buried in Sobienie-Jeziory, the Otwock County + Zuzanna, 1755 - 1826 in Warszawa, the daughter of Stanislaw Adam Bielinski.

Karol was the son of Jacek Golabek-Jezierski and Zofia MISZEWSKA.
Jacek Golabek-Jezierski, 1722 - 1805 in Otwock Wielki, m. 3 times: Zofia Miszewska, Marcelina Grotowska and Roza Szczutowska.
Jacek was the son of Ludwik Golabek-Jezierski and Wiktoria STOINSKA.

Ludwik Golabek-Jezierski, ca 1690 - 1762, was the son of Krzysztof Golabek-Jezierski, b. ca 1660 + Maria Teresa Cieciszowska.
Krzysztof had also the son Antoni Golabek-Jezierski, the LUKOW official, lived ca 1680 - 1722 [or aft. 1728]. Antoni had a son
Jacek Golabek-Jezierski, the Lukow official, lived in 1720 - 1778, m. the 1st ca 1750 to Justyna Gordon, m. the 2nd ca 1760 to Justyna Drzewiecka.

We back to Walenty Lasocki
[b. 1746 in Warszawa, died in 1793 close to Krzynowloga Mala, 19 km north-west to PRZASNYSZ, and he had a brother
Piotr Walerian Lasocki, the Plock official, b. in 1742 in PLONSK - d. in 1796 in MALUZYN, 12 kilometres south-east of Glinojeck, 20 km south-west of Ciechanow,
10 km north-west to SOCHOCIN]
and they both were sons to
Jozef Lasocki, ca 1700 - 1761 / 1766 + the 2nd wife Petronela PLOCHOCKA.

Ignacy LASOCKI, b. bef. 1776 an owner of Glewo in 1779, m. Bogumila Lebkowska, with sons:
Roman LASOCKI,
Antoni,
and Onufry Lasocki - an owner of KAWECZYN / Kawenczyn in the Plock county, inf. 1838;
and next son Jakob Lasocki + Ewa Sierakowska, of Krzemieniec, with a son
Franciszek LASOCKI, a clerk in Plock in 1787, m. Helena Zembrzuska.

Ignacy LASOCKI, the owner of Glewo in 1779, m. Bogumila Lebkowska / Brzozowska Lasocka, born Lebkowska b. bef. 1782 - d. 1810.
Bogumila married Kajetan Brzozowski, born bef. 1757, with a daughter Scholastyka Ostaszewska. Bogumila married Ignacy Lasocki bef. 1793. Ignacy was born ca 1762 / ca 1776, d. in 1822. They had the son Antoni Lasocki. Bogumila d. aft. 1810.

Ignacy LASOCKI was the son of

[Ignacy was the brother to Leonard Lasocki, b. ca 1761, the Wyszogrod official in 1811, acted in Plock, m. Jozefa Chelmicka. Ignacy was the half-brother to
1. ca 1764-1821;
2.
Florian Lasocki, the judge in Plock in 1807, the judge in Wyszogrod, b. ca 1760, d. in 1819 + Marianna Nakwaska, 1774-1823]

Zygmunt Lasocki, the Raciaz official, lived ca 1730 - 1817 in RADZANOWO.
Zygmunt m. in 1759, in Chociszewo (26 km south to PLONSK).

And now we look on
the Walesa family in Wilkowyja close to Jarocin under care of the Sapiehas; Kozmin Wielkopolski; Raszkow and Podgrzybow north-west to Ostrow Wielkopolski under Niemojewski - Skorzewski family branch; Golaszewo, Smilowice and Kowal close to Chocen near to the Dambskis; Wielichowo in the Koscian county together with the Owsiany clan close to the Broel-Plater family; Wloclawek with Chocen, Lipno, Sobowo, Popowo, Chalin near by the Nostitz-Jackowski family line.
With the research on
Lipno and Romani. Kruszynski and Nostitz-Jackowski in Pluskowesy close to Chelmza. Garczynski and Nostitz-Jackowski near to Koscierzyna;

Dorpowski, von Goltz, Niegolewski, Grabowski, Tadeusz Kosciuszko, Jozef Niemojewski in Walcz, Margonin, Stara Hancza and Smilowice. Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia, Bobrinski, Broel-Plater, Swiatopelk-Mirski, Junosza Bielinski, Buturlin, de Lacy, Wyssogota-Zakrzewski and Orlov-Denisov, Katenin with Martynov. Orbeliani and Swiatopelk-Mirski; Oldenburg, Japaridze and Armand - Konstantynowicz in Moscow; Broel-Plater and Malachowski - Krasicki in Wielichowo, Prochy; Wroniawy and in Petrykozy and Bialaczow. Note to Wyssogota-Zakrzewski of Chocen, Bobrinski - Bielinski and Nostitz-Jackowski of the Chelmno Province in the Kings' Prussia.

Chocen and the Kiedrzynski - Arnold - Nostitz-Jackowski family branch, and Walesa with Gustaw Findeisen who was secret political courier of Leopold Kronenberg.

Julian Pius Ludwik Arnold, the Warta political activist, lived ca 1844 - 1907, but he was living in CHOCEN in 1870 [in Smilowice, Gustaw Findeisen; in Golaszewo, the grandfather of President Lech Walesa], and in 1875 in BORYSLAWICE,
was the son of
Mateusz Arnold, the Warta Agriculture Society, b. in 1803 in Raszkow [here in 1802/1803 Helena Kiedrzynska, the widow after death of Izydor Kiedrzynski in Jedlno - my family branch], d. in 1875 in Boryslawice - 2 kilometres north of Blaszki, 24 km west of Sieradz.

Mateusz m. Jozefa Ilowiecka, b. ca 1815.

Julian PIUS Arnold m. in 1870, in Chocen, south to WLOCLAWEK, to Bronislawa Maria Szrajber b. ca 1844, the daughter of Napoleon Szrajber, of KOWAL, b. ca 1810 + Marianna Ilowecka.
They had a son
Bronislaw Marian Arnold b. ca 1871 m. Stefania Maria Arnold, the daughter of
Stefan Arnold b. ca 1830 + Stanislawa Ilowiecka, b. ca 1850.

Julian Pius Arnold was the grandson of
Jan Arnold, 1751-1840, in 1803 was living in RASZKOW

[1st marriage in 1798, in Wierzchoslaw, or in Wierzchoslawice close to Inowroclaw and west to Przybranowo:
Julianna Kiedrzynska, 1772-1811, the daughter of
Jakub Kiedrzynski, b. in Wilczkow;
and 2nd m. in 1813, in Liskow (14 km west to Wilczkow), to Helena Kiedrzynska, ca 1780 - 1845, the daughter of KASPER Kiedrzynski of the Margonin district, ca 1753 - 1814 + Arciszewska b. ca 1763]

+ Julianna Kiedrzynska
[the daughter of Jakub Kiedrzynski who was the son of Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska and Andrzej Kiedrzynski b. ca 1715/1720, the owner of BIEGANIN close to RASZKOW]
1772-1811
[the 1st wife, but the 2nd was Helena Kiedrzynska, the daughter of Kasper Kiedrzynski who was the brother of Izydor Kiedrzynski b. 1749, and of Jakub Kiedrzynski b. in Wilczkow]
and
Julian Pius Arnold was the grandson of Wojciech Ilowiecki, 1765-1847 + Estera Nasierowska, 1770-1810.

Julian Pius Ludwik Arnold was the great-grandson of
Lucja Skorzewska, 1740 - 1786 + Antoni Nasierowski, 1735 - 1784.

Above Lucja Skorzewska was the daughter of
Antoni Skorzewski, b. ca 1710, d. in 1766 + Anna Nostitz-Jackowska, ca 1710 - bef. 1768.

And Anna JACKOWSKA was the sister to Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska, the wife of Andrzej Kiedrzynski b. ca 1715 / 1720, the owner of Bieganin.
Anna was the daughter of Jan Nostitz-Jackowski, b. ca 1670, and Jan's 1st wife, unknown, b. ca 1680.

In 1755, the brothers Maciej Jackowski and Mikolaj Jackowski, the sons of Jan Jackowski b. ca 1670, and his 2nd wife Rozalia Trzebska [she was born ca 1687 ?], the grandsons of Boleslaw Jackowski = Boguslaw Nostitz Jackowski of Turza Wielka, gave back their inheritance to hands of Michal Jackowski's - their brother - sons. Next brother, Aleksander Jackowski older, was the squire in Turza Wielka
[Turza Wielka of the Nostitz-Jackowskis in the 17th century - 6 km south to Tluchowo; 5 km east to Chalin; 7 km north-east to SOBOWO; 13 km south-east to RUMUNKI Tupadelskie],
which estate they received after death of mentioned brother Aleksander Jackowski.

JARANTOWICE:
in the Chocen commune, 3 km north-west to Chocen, and 4 km south-west to Smilowice, 10 km south-west to Golaszewo. Jarantowice bought Fryderyk Lange bef. 1860.
Lange bought Chocen ca 1898/1900 ie. Fryderyk Lange,
next Franciszek Lange and Franciszek's son - Wilhelm Lange (1861-1891).
They owned Wilkowice, 4 km north-east to Chocen.

Franciszek Lange, the 1st, b. ca 1760, had a son Franciszek Lange the 2nd, b. ca 1790, m. ca 1810, to Anna JUNG, b. ca 1792,
with 3 / 4 grandsons:
1.
Jan Bernard Lange (1817-1881), printer and bookseller in Gniezno, together with Gunther, in 1860 - 1898, born in Osiek in Silesia, the son of Franciszek and Anna Jung. He did his book apprenticeship in Kalisz, then in Leszno in Ernest Gunther's bookshop.
In 1842 he became the head of the branch of Gunther's bookshop and printing house in Gniezno. During the Spring of Nations, in 1848, he joined the National Committee in Gniezno and took part in the Battle of Wrzesnia, commanding a rifle unit, he was arrested and tortured while in prison in Gniezno.
Thanks to loans, in 1849, he purchased a bookstore. With his publishing activity, he repeatedly exposed himself to harassment by the Prussian authorities, which confiscated some items and even threatened the publisher with imprisonment. He died in Gniezno in 1881. His wife - Joanna Wnukowska, b. ca 1827.
2.
Marcin Lange b. 1819, d. 1871.
3.
maybe HENRYK b. 1824, the insurgent in 1863, with his son Antoni Lange born in Warsaw, poet;
4.
Franciszek Lange the 3rd, bef. 1830 - 1909, owned CHOCEN, with the son Wilhelm LANGE (1861-1891), the owner in the Chocen commune.


The Cabinet of Jan Olszewski was the government of Poland from December 23, 1991 to June 5, 1992. On 2 June, 1992, the final day of coalition negotiations with the Confederation of Independent Poland, Macierewicz met with deputy Marshal of that party, informing him that its leader, Leszek Moczulski, was on the list of collaborators which will be presented to the Parliament the following day. Shortly before the vote, President Lech Walesa [Chocen - Smilowice - Golaszewo + Lipno - Wloclawek] organized a meeting attended by: Donald Tusk [Koscierzyna: Wybicki, Garczynski and Nostitz-Jackowski], Tadeusz Mazowiecki, Mieczyslaw Wachowski, Leszek Moczulski [Mariowka - Kiedrzynski in the Przysucha district; together with the Pelka family - the mother line of Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski in USA. Ursus], Waldemar Pawlak [Zychlin, the Znyk family in the 19th and the 20th century and my fate in 1973-1977], Stefan Niesiolowski [Police / Szczecin with Senegal - 1982/1983 and 2005 - December 2020], Bronislaw Geremek [Rozan and the Castellani close to Opoczno-Przysucha-Bialynicze: Malachowski + Krasicki], Ryszard Bugaj, Gabriel Janowski, Aleksander Luczak, Pawel Laczkowski. The talks resulted in the dismissal of Jan Olszewski's cabinet and the appointment of a new government headed by Waldemar Pawlak.

Leaders: Walesa, Tusk, Moczulski, Pawlak, Geremek, Niesiolowski.

Waldemar Pawlak was born in the village of Model, in 1959. Model, close to Pacyna, 9 km north-east to Zychlin, 2 km south to Pacyna. In 1984 Pawlak lived in Kamionka. Kamionka in Pacyna commune, 2 km east to Pacyna.

Zofia Znyk (born Pawlak) married Mikolaj Znyk in 1897, and Mikolaj was born in 1831, in Zagroby, 5 kilometres north-east of Zychlin, 23 km east of Kutno, 3 km south to Model.

PACYNA:
at present here the Znyk family; WALDEMAR PAWLAK lived in PACYNA in 1982. In 1985 in Kamionka near to Pacyna.

In 1792, Pacyna belonged to Prussia. In 1806 in the Warsaw Duchy. Teodor Dembowski was the owner of Pacyna. In 1863, Russian burned Slup and Malina in the Pacyna commune.

Miroslawa Znyk-Sobczyk and ZNYK Teresa Aniela, were from Zychlin. Miroslawa born 1941/1942, studied in Kutno. ZNYK JOANNA, now in ZYCHLIN.

Sleszyn, Szymon Bialecki, in 1900, together with Antoni Znyk, of Grzybow, 5 km north-east to Sleszyn. Grzybow Dolny - 10 km south to Model, 7 / 8 km east to Zychlin. Sleszyn, in 1886, Antoni Znyk. Sleszyn is a village 7 kilometres south-east of Zychlin, 23 km east of Kutno, 11 km south to Model. Adam Znyk b. 1836 in Sedki, d. in 1916 in Oratki. Sedki - 4 km south to Model. Oratki - Oratki Gorne, 5 kilometres east of Zychlin, 22 km east of Kutno, 2 and 3 km west to Sedki and Kaczkowizna, and 5 km south to Model.

Znyk in Sedki 4 km south to Model; in Kaczkowizna, 1 km to SEDKI; 1880, in Bakow Poduchowny, Bakow Dolny, 7 km south to Sleszyn. Ca 1796, in Kiernozia and Brodno - Kiernozia 3 km west to Brodno / Brodne, 12 km south-east-east to PACYNA. 1837, in Zlakow Koscielny. 1889, in Kaczkowizna, 4 km south to Model.

Next person -
Leszek Moczulski / Robert Leszek b. in 1930, the son of Stanislaw Moczulski and Janina born in 1904 / 1910. Janina married Stanislaw Moczulski b. ca 1905 / 1910 / 1911, with Henryk Moczulski and Leszek Moczulski. Janina Moczulska (born Kierska) was born in 1904. Stanislaw was born in 1904, in Ciechanowiec. Ciechanowiec is a small town west to BRANSK.


Most European politicians in the 19th century knew that this is so-called "Polish conspiracy." That is, a conspiracy involving the entry into the Russian state and intelligence system.
This was done, among others, by the Konstantynowicz family, creating the company "Duflon & Konstantinovich", also co-operating with the NOBEL family, Armand, Gernet, Azbelev [see also in Japan], Pilsudski, Breguet; co-creating Lenin's person.
The family of Paszkowski-Armand-Konstantinovich took part in the non-legal conspiracy.
And so the powerful underground Network was created:
the King of Naples, Marshal Joachim Murat - General Armand - General Axamitowski of Poznan - General Franciszek Paszkowski [+ Maria Paszkowska Armand - Apolon Konstantynowicz - BREGUET] -
Colonel / General JAN DEMBOWSKI, the Freemason, the friend of Ignacy Potocki and Artur Potocki [the Templars and of the Grand Orient in 1818] -
and from ARTUR POTOCKI to Wojciech Paszkowski + Br. Bystrzanowski and the Mark Masons Order
[and here the line to Kalinowski and Tadeusz Grabianka / Marcin Tarnowski / Stadnicki / Ilinski - the ILLUMINATI and the TEMPLARS]
+ Tadeusz Kosciuszko in 1776
[+ General Franciszek Paszkowski and General Stanislaw Fiszer (Fiszer lived in Koninko in 1803 - 17 km south-east to POZNAN)].
The Armand family, who since 1799 wanted to settle in Moscow, met with General Franciszek Paszkowski, through the family Alexandre de Bauffremont-Courtenay and his son - Alphonse de Bauffremont / prince de Bauffremont Courtenay.
Named Alphonse de Bauffremont and General Franciszek Paszkowski were together adjutants / aide-de-camp of Marshal Joachim Murat.
Murat and Jozef Sulkowski were adjutants of Napoleon Bonaparte.
Mentioned Alexandre de Bauffremont-Courtenay and [then he was Baron] General Armand were in Russia in 1791.
So, 29 year-old general Paul Armand [Paul 1st] came from Paris together with Alexandre, the Marquis de Courtenay.

Teodor Dembowski and the fate of Znyk - Pawlak families in the 19th and the 20th centuries because TEODOR Dembowski owned Pacyna and Solec.
Teodor Mikolaj Dembowski m. Zuzanna nee Dembowski, with 5 sons.
Teodor Mikolaj Dembowski, 1766-1824 was the son of
Stefan Florian Stanislaw Dembowski, b. 1728, d. 1802 in Warszawa, m. in 1756, in Zbrzezie, in Podolia / Podole, to Ewa Tarlo.
And Teodor Mikolaj Dembowski was the grandson of BISHOP, Antoni Sebastian Dembowski, b. 1682, the PLOCK official.

Anthony Sebastian Dembowski b. 1682, was Polish Roman Catholic Bishop of Plock, the Crown Office regent until 1730, journalist and playwright. BISHOP Antoni Sebastian Dembowski, b. 1682, the PLOCK official, married to Salomea Zuzanna Rupniewska [she died in 1729] and they had sons:
1.
mentioned above Stefan Florian Dembowski b. 1728,
2.
Jan Jozef Dembowski, the Kamieniec bishop (1798), 1729-1809 + Jozefa Potulicka,
with the son
Aleksy Dembowski / Alexei, b. 1762, m. 1st Ludwika Szembek, b. 1770; the 2nd to Zofia Wislocka, 1779-1835.
3.
probably next son Andrzej Dembowski.

And Teodor Mikolaj Dembowski was the great-grandson of
Florian Dembowski, 1647-1735, married Ewa Ciechanowiecka, 1660-1758 of the MSCISLAW province. Florian Dembowski, 1647-1735, married Ewa Ciechanowiecka, 1660-1758 and they had the sons:
1.
Antoni Sebastian Dembowski / Sobestyan Dembowski, the Plock bishop (1737-1751), born 1682 in Zambrow, died 1763 in Bedkow, close to Wolborz, the central Poland at present.
2.
Jozef Dembowski, the official in Plock (1756), b. ca 1690,
3.
Stanislaw Gabriel Dembowski, the official in Zawkrze (1735),
4.
Tomasz Grzegorz Dembowski, an official in Plock (1754), Zawkrze (1735), in Inowlodz; lived in 1696-1742 + Julianna Teresa Kampenhausen.

And Teodor Mikolaj Dembowski was the great-great-grandson of JAN Dembowski b. ca 1620 + Agnieszka Pniewska b. ca 1620.
Teodor Mikolaj came from Andrzej Dembowski b. ca 1550; official in LECZYCA; m. 1st Anna NISZCZYCKI {the daughter of Mikolaj NISZCZYCKI died in 1542 + Katarzyna BRUDZEWSKA}, m. 2nd Anna SLADKOWSKA, and
with the 3rd wife had son Jan Dembowski senior, b. ca 1580 + Agnieszka Kosmaczewska b. ca 1590,
and grandson Jan Dembowski junior, b. ca 1620 + Agnieszka PNIEWSKA,
and great-grandson Florian Dembowski, 1647-1735, the official in PLOCK.

We back to Colonel / General JAN DEMBOWSKI, the Freemason, the friend of Ignacy Potocki and Artur Potocki [the Templars and of the Grand Orient in 1818] - and from ARTUR POTOCKI the link to Wojciech Paszkowski + Br. Bystrzanowski and the Mark Masons Order.
Jan Dembowski / Debowski, b. ca 1770 in Debowa Gora, died in 1823, Baron, activist and political correspondent, general of the brigade of the Polish Army. General was the brother of
Ludwik Mateusz Dembowski / Debowski, Ludwik Mateusz, Baron (1810), born 1768, Debowa Gora, d. 1812, Valladolid (Spain), general; he was a son of Colonel Andrzej Dembowski.

JAN Dembowski was born in Debowa Gora (the Orlow county) as the son of Andrzej Colonel.
Jan was the brother of named above Ludwik Dembowski [Ludwik Mateusz Dembowski, born 1768, Debowa Gora, d. 1812, Valladolid]; Jan was the father of astronomer Hercules Dembowski.
In childhood, JAN probably served with Grzegorz Piramowicz, who recommended him to Ignacy Potocki.
They come from Florian Dembowski, 1647-1735, official in PLOCK; the Plock judge; FLORIAN was the father of 3 bishops -
Antoni Sebastian Dembowski of Plock;
Mikolaj Dembowski of Kamieniec;
Jan Dembowski of Kujawy.

Baron General [in 1812] Jan Dembowski / Debowski, b. ca 1770, died in 1823, was the son of Colonel Andrzej Dembowski born ca 1726/1728 + unknown
[Andrzej Dembowski b. ca 1726/1728 had a sibilings:
1. BRUNO DEMBOWSKI, 1727-1728;
2. Kunegunda Helena Gertruda Ossolinska;

3. BISHOP Jan Jozef Dembowski;
4. Stefan Florian Stanislaw Dembowski, b. in 1728 in Warsaw, died in 1802 Warsaw + Ewa,
with children:
Stanislaw Dembowski; Sebastian Jan Dembowski; Ludwika Slaska; Florian Dembowski; Teodor Dembowski and 5 others].

Baron General [in 1812] Jan Dembowski / Debowski, b. ca 1770, died in 1823, was the grandson of
BISHOP, Antoni Sebastian Dembowski, b. 1682, the PLOCK official, married to Salomea Zuzanna Rupniewska.

We back to Colonel Artur Potocki, the adjutant of Prince Jozef Poniatowski:
Count Artur Potocki was the colonel of Polish troops and adjutant of prince Jozef Poniatowski; born in 1787, died in 1832; Adjutant of Emperor of Russia and the King of Poland - inf. of 1829 - Tsar Alexander. It is likely that Artur Potocki (1787-1832) met Thorvaldsen during Rome visit in 1829. Artur Stanislaw Potocki - the owner of the Krzeszowice [see the manager Wojciech PASZKOWSKI] and Lancut estates.
Artur Potocki, had the 32nd degree of the initiation of the Grand Orient in 1818 [the Russian source ?!], with the diploma signed by colonel [General JAN Dembowski] Debowski / DEMBOWSKI, and by General Dawidow and Naryszkin, also Duke Szczerbatow, all with the 32nd degree.
But we know that Artur Potocki was simultaneously appointed adept to the 33rd degree of the Scottish Rite Masonic lodge of higher degrees, in 1818. 'The "33rd Degree" is part of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, which is an organizations that exists within Freemasonry that Master Masons may join if they choose to'.
'While the Scottish Rite has thirty-three degrees, numbered from 1 to 33, the Supreme Councils of the English speaking countries do not assume any authority over the first three degrees where there exists a Grand Lodge which adheres to the Landmarks of freemasonry and continues regular, legitimate and duly constituted and which refrains from interfering with the administration of the Fourth to Thirty-third Degrees inclusive by the Supreme Council. The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite goes so deeply into the past for much of its symbolism and philosophy that its origins are lost in the mists of antiquity from which emerges history.'

Colonel / General JAN DEMBOWSKI, the Freemason, was the friend of Ignacy Potocki and Artur Potocki [of the Grand Orient in 1818].

Acc. to me Antoni Sebastian Dembowski b. 1682, Polish Roman Catholic Bishop of Plock, the Crown Office regent until 1730, journalist and playwright, had 2 or maybe 3 sons:
1.
Stefan Florian Dembowski, b. after 1725/1726;
2. maybe Colonel Andrzej Dembowski born ca 1727/1728, with sons:
a.
Ludwik Mateusz Dembowski / Debowski, Ludwik Mateusz, Baron (1810), born 1768, Debowa Gora, d. 1812, Valladolid (Spain), general; he was a son of Colonel Andrzej Dembowski;
b.
Jan Dembowski / Jan Debowski, b. ca 1770 in Debowa Gora, died in 1823, Baron, activist and political correspondent, general of the brigade of the Polish Army. He came from a Jewish family of neophytes. The Italian general. In 1794 a member of the club of Jacobins, and later an officer of the Polish Legions in Italy and adjutant of General Jan Henryk Dabrowski. Since 1802 he served the Italian army. In 1808-1810 he took part in the campaign of Napoleon Bonaparte in Spain; in 1812 promoted to brigadier general during the Moscow campaign. Later he was appointed the governor of Ferrara.
In June 1804 Jan Dembowski became a member of the Masonic lodge La Providenza on the 15th stage of initiation (Grand Orient de France) in the Kingdom of Naples - was caretaker of the lodge.
Since August 1805, he was a great caretaker of the Grand Orient of Italy in Milan.
His son - Dembowski Herkules =
Ercole Dembowski, born January 1812, Mediolan, and died 1881, Monte di Albizzate close to Varese.

Stefan Florian Stanislaw Dembowski, b. 1728, d. 1802 - Warszawa, m. in 1756, in Zbrzezie, Podole, to Ewa Tarlo, 1736-1808,
with:
1.
Florian Dembowski, the Royal secretary;
2.
Jozefa Dembowska, 1760-1819 + Tadeusz Dembowski, MP in 1791, 1738-1809,
with:
a. Stanislaw Dembowski, 1780-1866 + Teresa Dembowska, 1796-1852;
b. Jan Nepomucen Dembowski, b. 1784 + Konstancja Aleksandra Markowska, 1799-1830;
3.
Sebastian Jan Dembowski, 1762-1835 + Felicjanna Walewska / Anna, 1760-1846.
4.
Stanislaw Dembowski - Colonel, b. 1763 + Ludwika Borzecka, b. ca 1760;
5.
Teodor Mikolaj Dembowski, the official in Gostynin in 1810, senator in 1815, 1766-1824 + Zuzanna Dembowska
with the son
Florian Dembowski, 1803-1882 + Maria Vandenbor, b. 1810.

We back to
Teodor Mikolaj Dembowski b. in 1766, d. in 1824, Senator, the GOSTYNIN official in 1811, m. Zuzanna Dembowska, b. ca 1777, died in 1855 in Tokary, the Konin county, the Slesin commune, 14 km west to SOMPOLNO,
with:
1.
Florian Dembowski, the insurgent in 1830-1831, lived in 1803-1882 + Maria Vandenbor;
2.
Teodor Dembowski junior, acted in GOSTYN in 1861, lived in 1809-1865 + Roza Eleonora Wirginia de Bontemps;
with a daughter Zofia Dembowska, ca 1840 - 1877 + Waclaw Jan Michal Lipski, ca 1823 - 1864;
3.
Aniela Dembowska, 1810-1877 + Teodor Ludwik Dembowski, an official of the Polish Kingdom in 1834-1848, lived in 1803-1879;
4.
Ludwika Dembowska b. ca 1811 + Zelislaw Konrad Franciszek Prazmowski;
5.
Kunegunda Dembowska b. ca 1812 + Florian Zdanowski.

Teodor Mikolaj Dembowski b. in 1766, d. in 1824, Senator, the GOSTYNIN official in 1811, m. Zuzanna Dembowska, b. ca 1777, died in 1855 in Tokary, the Konin county, the Slesin commune, 14 km west to SOMPOLNO, with the son
Teodor Dembowski junior, acted in GOSTYN in 1861, lived in 1809-1865 + Roza Eleonora Wirginia de Bontemps; and Teodor junior had a daughter
Zofia Dembowska, ca 1840 - 1877 + Waclaw Jan Michal Lipski, ca 1823 - 1864.
Above Waclaw Jan Michal Lipski, b. ca 1823, acted in Pyzdry, was the son of
Ignacy Lipski b. ca 1795, d. in 1842 + Jozefa Kretkowska,
and the grandson of
Jakub Jan Lipski / Jakub Lipski b. in 1771 + Weronika;
and of Jakub Zygmunt Kretkowski + Konstancja Wodzinska, 1766-1797.

Anatol Rapoport, b. 1911, a Russian-Jewish-born American mathematical psychologist. Rapoport was born in Lozova, the Kharkov Governorate, Russia / Kharkiv Oblast into a secular Jewish family. His father was Munya Haim Ber (later Boris) Naftulevich Rapoport (1888-?) and the mother from Czerkasy. In 1921/1922 Anatol moved to US; he was a member of the American Communist Party for three years. A notable scholar of the Rapoport branch included
R. Khaim Kohen Rapoport, who lived in Lviv and died there in 1771. He was one of the key "talmudists" involved in the Frankist debates set up by the Archbishop Dembowski in 1757.
The Rapoport dynasty traces its roots back to Rabbi Jacob Emden (1697-1776).
ELISHA SCHOR, the first known of the Wolowski family, was a descendant of Zalman Naphtali Schor, a rabbi of Lublin. For many years Elisha Schor held the position of Maggid in the community of ROHATYN / Rogatin, and was among the leaders of Shabbateanism in the southeastern part of the Polish Kingdom. In 1755, with his sons and his son-in-law Hirsch Shabbetais, the husband of his daughter Hayyah, joined the sect of Jacob Frank / JAKOB FRANK, whom he regarded as the loyal successor of Shabbateanism.
It was at Elisha's initiative and with his participation that the disputation with the rabbis was held at Kamieniec Podolski / Kamenets Podolski in June 1757; he also signed the Patshegen ha-Ta'anot ve-ha-Teshuvot ("Summary of the Arguments and the Replies").
An outright messianic movement developed around the person of one Shabbetai Tzvi (1626 - 1676) and his prophet, Nathan of Gaza. Nathan became a Roman Catholic, and the movement largely collapsed.
Jacob Frank's born as Yakov ben Judah Leib Frankovich (1726 - 1791). He was born in Podolia in Korolivka / Korolowka, a village located on the Tupa River in the Borshchiv District of Ternopil Oblast in western Ukraine. Korolivka is situated close Holovchyntsi village.
Holovchyntsi - 45 km west to Skala Podolska of Kossakowska.
Jakob Frank was the son of a rabbi who traveled in the Middle East, in 1738. But in 1730 they moved home to CZERNIOWCE.
On Jakob's return to Poland in 1755, he founded the Frankists, a heretical Jewish sect that was an anti-Talmudic outgrowth of the mysticism of Sabbatai Zevi.
Frank born Jakub Lejbowicz in 1726, claimed to be the reincarnation of messiah Sabbatai Zevi (1626-1676). Jacob Frank maybe was born in Buchach / BUCZACZ, 39 km south-east to PODHAJCE. His father was a Sabbatean, and moved to CZERNIOWCE / Czernowitz, in 1730. Frank began to reject the Talmud.
Jakob Frank in 1738 joined his father on a business journey to Thessaloniki and he was introduced to Sabbatean circles in Thessaloniki.
Jakob Frank returned to Poland in 1755. As a traveling merchant in textile and precious stones he often visited Turkish territories, in Tesaloniki / Salonica and Smyrna. But they settled in Vallachia, part of the Ottoman Empire, and in Bukovina and Bucharest were he was learning the local Cabbalistic traditions of Judaism and learning Ladino, the language of the Sephardic Jews in the Balkans, and Turkish with Hebrew.
"In 1755 as a Sabbatian Messiah, Frank probably didn't know Polish nor Yiddish ... In the early 1750s, Frank became intimate with the leaders of the Sabbateans, like Osman Baba (d. 1720) in 1752, and the Donmeh in Salonica".
In Landskron / LANCKORONA his activity ended in a scandal. Frank was forced to leave Podolia. About 2000 Jews in Lvov in 1759, were accused of belonging to the Frankist cult, ie. the Sabbateans. The main concept in Sabbatean theology was from Shabtai Zvi.

Above Jakub Jan Lipski / Jakub Lipski b. in 1771 + Weronika,
was the son of [a mother aged 14 years old]
Salomea Objezierska, 1757-1827, the daughter of Ludwik Objezierski, b. ca 1710, d. in 1750 + Elzbieta Krzyzanowska, ca 1727 - 1810. SALOMEA m. Wojciech Walenty Lipski, 1743-1810, the Kalisz official.

Jakub Lipski was the grandson of Jan Lipski, the Kalisz official, ca 1720 - 1786 + Tekla Bieganska, 1723-1795. Tekla Lipska (born Bieganska) was born in 1720/1723, and she had 6 children: Wojciech Lipski, Ksawery Lipski.

Jan Lipski, ca 1720 - 1786, was the son of
Wojciech Lipski b. ca 1695/1700, died in 1760 + in 1719 to Katarzyna Krzycka.
They had sons:
1. Jan Lipski b. ca 1720, d. in 1786 + Tekla BIEGANSKA
{with the son Wojciech Lipski, 1743-1810 + in 1770 to Salomea Objezierska, 1749-1817;
and a grandson
Michal Lipski, 1779-1813 + in 1804 to Jozefa Zaremba b. in 1782},
2.
Jozef Kazimierz Lipski, 1719-1768,
3.
Aleksy Lipski, died in 1781, m. in 1762 to Ludwina Slucka, ca 1736 - 1806.

Wojciech Lipski died in 1760, m. in 1719 to Katarzyna Krzycka, d. in 1760,
was the son of
Stanislaw Lipski d. in 1722/1729 + Anna Kazan d. in 1722 + Joanna Bartochowska.

Compare on Wola Wiazowa - Pradzynski, Skorzewska, Lipski:
Edward Emilian Julian Pradzynski, b. 1838 in Leznica Wielka - died in 1895 in WOLA WIAZOWA + Maria Skorzewska b. 1858, the daughter of Jan Skorzewski b. 1821 in JEDLEC, and Malwina RUDNICKA. The granddaughter of
Jozef Skorzewski b. ca 1790, m. Jozefa Gertruda Katarzyna Skorzewska nee NIEMOJEWSKA, b. 1801,
the daughter of
Makary NIEMOJOWSKI, b. ca 1760 + Ewa PRUSKA [compare Pruski in the Chocen commune];
the granddaughter of Prokop Niemojowski b. 1712 + Rozalia Roza LIPSKA b. ca 1716
{the daughter of
Stanislaw Lipski, died 1722 / 1729 + Joanna BARTOCHOWSKA};
the great-granddaughter of
Jan Niemojowski, 1680-1729 + Urszula Kozminska,
the daughter of Piotr Kozminski.

Adam KOZMINSKI had a brother Piotr Kozminski, who had a daughter
Urszula Kozminska died in 1732, the 1st wife of Jan (Andrzej) Zakrzewski, the son of Stefan,
the 2nd wife to Jan Niemojowski b. ca 1680, d. 1729,
the father of PROKOP Niemojowski.

ANNA Kozminska was born ca 1690/1695, to
Adam Kozminski and KATARZYNA Wyssogota-Zakrzewska.
Adam was born ca 1653 / 1660 , d. in 1717, the son of Jan Kozminski Jr. and Marianna MIASKOWSKI;
Adam m. three times:
to Katarzyna Zakrzewska;
Zofia Anna Mielzynski, the daughter of MACIEJ Mielzynski;
and 3rd to Apolinara GAJEWSKA, the daughter of Lukasz Gajewski.

Remember now on the daughters of Maciej Mielzynski (b. in 1636 or born 1638-1697) and TERESA:
1.
Ludwika MIELZYNSKA, 1st married Rafal Tworzyjanski, official in Wschowa, 2nd to Adam Poninski [ca 1680 - 1732], oldest - the ILLUMINATI net;
2.
Franciszka Mielzynska, m. Andrzej Zakrzewski / Andrzej Antoni Zakrzewski, b. ca 1670, d. in 1738.
MACIEJ MIELZYNSKI m. the 3rd in Pawlowice in 1684 to Katarzyna Mycielska, the daughter of Krzysztof MYCIELSKI and Teresa Grodziecka; KATARZYNA was the widow after Adam Gorzycki. Maciej Mielzynski with the 3rd wife had children among others:
1.
Elzbieta Mielzynska, m. Franciszek Wessel, official in Zakroczym;
2.
Urszula MIELZYNSKA + Antoni Walknowski.

Urszula Wierusz-Walknowska MIELZYNSKA, died in 1743; URSZULA Walknowska Mielzynska was the half-sister to ANNA GORZYCKA. Urszula was the mother of
Owidiusz Wierusz-Walknowski - the husband of BRYGIDA BARDZKA.

BRYGIDA BARDZKA was the daughter of Wojciech Marek Bardzki d. 1770. Brygida married 2nd to Jakub KIEDRZYNSKI junior, the son of Franciszka nee Nostitz-Jackowska - my family branch. Jakub Kiedrzynski, the Kalisz official, born in WILCZKOW, was the son of
Andrzej Kiedrzynski born ca 1715/1720 + Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska - my family line,
and Jakub Kiedrzynski was the owner of Orpiszewek near to PLESZEW.
Jakub was born in 1738 in WILCZKOW in the GLUCHOW parish; died in 1798.
JAKUB Kiedrzynski, and Antoni Psarski in 1792 [Antoni PSARSKI m. Lucja Czekulin] were next of kin to the Madalinski family.

Brygida Bardzka married 1st to Owidiusz Wierusz Walknowski, before 1761, 2nd to Jakub Kiedrzynski junior, in 1767.
Owidiusz's brother - BONAWENTURA Walknowski.

Izydor Zakrzewski [b. ca 1710], the SANTOK governor, m. Izabella Radomicka, the daughter of Wladyslaw Radomicki, the Poznan governor. They had the son IGNACY Wyssogota Zakrzewski, the landlord of CHOCEN.

Izydor Zakrzewski [b. ca 1705/1715 - died bef. 1775] was the son of
Andrzej ZAKRZEWSKI [b. ca 1670/1675 - 1738, the governor of SANTOK in the Great Poland] and Franciszka Mielzynska, 1677 - 1764 [marriage ca 1699; she died in PAKOSLAW].
The grandson of
Aleksander Zakrzewski, b. ca 1640, d. bef. 1700 and Marianna Suchorzewska;
and of Teresa Baranowska, died in 1682 + Maciej Mielzynski, b. in 1636, Niegolewo and he died in April 1697 in Goscieszyn.

Szczury and the Walesa family:

Szczury - 11 km north to Ostrow Wielkopolski.
Franciszek Niemojowski born ca 1814, d. in 1852 in Wroclaw / Breslau; m. Julianna Eleonora Skorzewska
[the daughter of Walenty Skorzewski, d. 1846 + Brygida Rybinska]
born in 1822, d. 1857 in Pogrzybowo / Pogrzybow close to Raszkow.
They had 2 daughters:
Melania Niemojewska, b. 1821 in Szczury, m. Arnold Franciszek Skorzewski, in 1843 in Lubostron.

In 1898, Zofia LIPSKA nee Lippe, bought Szczury from the Skorzewskis - the mother of JOZEF LIPSKI. They came from Lewkow in 1786. Zofia b. 1855, m. Wojciech Lipski.
Named Wojciech Antoni Jan Lipski b. in Lewkow in 1860, was the son of Jozef Lipski b. 1827 in Bukowina in Silesia, the owner of Lewkow.

Jozef Lipski b. 1827, was the son of Wojciech Lipski b. 1805, and Stanislawa Grodzicka b. 1808, the daughter of Nepomucena Zielonacka m. Grodzicka.
Wojciech Lipski b. 1805, d. 1855 in Bad Kissingen in Germany, prisoner in 1831 in Glogow.

Wojciech was the son of Jozefa 2nd m. ZIEMIECKA, nee Zaremba, the 1st m. to Lipski, and her husband Michal Lipski, b. 1779, d. 1813.

Michal Lipski, b. 1779, d. 1813,
was the son of
Wojciech Lipski oldest + Salomea Objezierska.

Named Wojciech Walenty Lipski, the Kalisz official, lived 1743-1810.
Salomea was the granddaughter of Lukasz Krzyzanowski, the Poznan writer, lived 1690-1741.

Wojciech Lipski, junior, b. 1743, was the son of Jan Lipski, oldest, b. ca 1720.

Jakub Lipski was the grandson of above named Jan Lipski, the Kalisz official, ca 1720 - 1786 + Tekla Bieganska, 1723-1795. Tekla Lipska (born Bieganska) was born in 1720/1723, and she had 6 children: Wojciech Lipski junior, Ksawery Lipski.

Jan Lipski, ca 1720/1723 - 1786, was the son of
Wojciech Lipski SENIOR, b. ca 1695/1700, died in 1760 + in 1719 to Katarzyna Krzycka.
Above Wojciech senior b. ca 1695/1700, had the son mentioned Jan Lipski b. ca 1720, d. in 1786 + Tekla BIEGANSKA, and the grandson Wojciech Lipski, 1743-1810 + in 1770 to Salomea Objezierska, 1749-1817; and the great-grandson
Michal Lipski, 1779-1813 + in 1804 to Jozefa Zaremba b. in 1782.

Prokop Niemojowski b. 1712, married to Rozalia Roza LIPSKA b. ca 1716, the daughter of
Stanislaw Lipski, died 1722 / 1729 + Joanna BARTOCHOWSKA.

We back again to
Teodor Mikolaj Dembowski b. 1766, d. in 1824, Senator, the son of Stefan Dembowski + Ewa TARLO b. 1736, d. 1808 in Sancygniow, the daughter of Adam Tarlo, 1708-1772 + Salomea Anna Mierzejewska, ca 1700 - 1748. Named Stefan Filip Nereusz Dembowski, the Gostynin official, lived in ca 1738 - 1829 + Paula Ewa Zambrzycka.

Ewa Tarlo, 1736-1808, m. Stefan Florian Stanislaw Dembowski, Senator 1774-1795, MP, the Plock official in 1755, lived in 1728-1802.
Ewa had children:
1.
Jozefa Dembowska, b. ca 1760, d. in 1819 + Tadeusz Dembowski, 1738-1809;
2.
Sebastian Jan Dembowski, 1762-1834, m. Felicjanna Walewska, b. ca 1790, d. in 1846;
3.
Stanislaw Dembowski b. in 1763 + Ludwika Borzecka, b. ca 1760, d. in 1815;
4.
Teodor Mikolaj Dembowski, 1766-1824 + Zuzanna Dembowska, ca 1777 - 1855, in Tokary, the Konin county. Zuzanna had the son
Florian Dembowski, 1803-1882 + Maria Vandenbor.

Above EWA Tarlo Dembowska, 1736-1808 + Stefan Florian Stanislaw Dembowski, and Ewa had a brother Szymon Tarlo, 1744-1781 + Marianna Ilinska, b. ca 1740/1745, d. in 1784,
with Szymon's children:
1.
Count Florian Andrzej Tarlo, 1771-1827 + Konstancja Marianna Skarbek - Woyczynska,
2.
Agnieszka Konstancja Tarlo, b. ca 1780 + Antoni Oskierka, junior, the son of
Marcin Teodor Oskierka, ca 1720 - 1796 + Teresa Brzostowska,
the grandson of
Antoni Oskierka, senior, ca 1670 - 1734 + Anna Grabowska b. ca 1692.
And named TERESA was the daughter of
Jozef Brzostowski, 1692-1745, the Smolensk governor + Barbara Pociej, ca 1700 - 1730.

Above
Marianna Ilinska, 1740 - aft. 1784, m. Szymon TARLO, in 1766, and she was the daughter of
Kazimierz Ilinski ca 1670/1690 - 1756, and the granddaughter of
Piotr ILINSKI + Zofia Skarbek.

Above Kazimierz Ilinski (1670/1690-1756), MP, Colonel, had the son
Jan Kajetan Benedykt Ilinski b. 1731, the owner of Romanow, the Zytomierz official, MP of Kiev, in 1779 Count;
m. 1st Marianna Jozefa Wessel, 1-voto Jan Aksak;
m. {ca 1774 ?} 2nd Katarzyna Bielska {b. ca 1755},
the daughter of Jozef Bielski b. ca 1730 {or bef. 1730}, who was the owner of Rohatyn
{Katarzyna's sister married Seweryn Ksawery Kalinowski born 1759};
m. 3rd to Anna Jakoba Braconnier.

August Jozef Ilinski, b. 1766 [ILLUMINATI and Tadeusz Grabianka],
was the son of mentioned
Jan Kajetan Benedykt Ilinski, born in 1731 in the DUBNO parish + 1st wife Jozefa Wessel Aksak. Jan Kajetan Benedykt Ilinski was the owner of Romanow. Above Jan Ilinski was the son of
Kazimierz Ilinski born ca 1670/1690, died in 1756 in DUBNO, and Anna Suszczewicz. Above KAZIMIERZ ILINSKI was the owner of Romanow / Romaniw and of Kuren / Kurne, in 1722 Colonel.

We back to
Teodor Dembowski, the owner of Pacyna [Pawlak + Znyk in the 19th century] and Solec, m. Zuzanna Dembowski.
Solec, the Gostynin commune, 13 km east to SZEWO, 25 km south-east to Chocen, the owner - Teodor Dembowski together with the estate in Pacyna.
DEMBOWSKI TEODOR (1766-1824), the Gostynin district official, the owner of Pacyna.

Bishop Jan Jozef Dembowski, b. in 1729 in Warsaw, d. 1809, was the son of
Antoni Sebastian Dembowski and Salomea Zuzanna.
Bishop Jan Dembowski had a SISTER Kunegunda Helena Gertruda Ossolinska, 1726 in Warsaw - 1753, the first wife of
Aleksander Ossolinski, ca 1723 - 1804 in Rudka, the Minsk Mazowiecki County, who was the son of
General Major Jan Stanislaw Ossolinski, 1689 - 1770
[in 1726 he was living in Sulejowek, the Piotrkow county; in 1734 in DROHICZYN]
and Ludwika Zaluska, b. 1700, d. 1758, the daughter of Aleksander Jozef Zaluski JUNIOR, and Teresa.

Aleksander was the grandson of Maksymilian Ossolinski, ca 1642 - 1703 + Teodora KRASSOWSKA b. ca 1648, the daughter of Maciej Krassowski b. ca 1620, who was maybe the brother to Jan Krassowski b. ca 1630
[Krystyna Krassowska / Krystyna Katarzyna Teofila Krassowska, 1674-1724, was the daughter of named Jan Krassowski b. ca 1630 + Katarzyna Dolecka.
Wirydianna / Wirydiana Mielzynska Bninska b. 1718 - d. 1797, was a mother of Katarzyna; Filip Nereusz Raczynski and Estera Raczynska.
Wirydianna was sister of Balbina Grabczewska and was half sister of Konstanty Bninski, 1730 - 1810, a son of Wojciech Bninski.
Wirydianna Mielzynska - Raczynska born Bninska in 1718 married to Leon Raczynski, 1698 - died 1750, a son of Michal Kazimierz Raczynski and Krystyna Katarzyna Teofila Krassowska.
LEON's children:
above named Katarzyna Radolinska nee Raczynski, 1744 - died 1792 + Jozef Stanislaw Radolinski with 2 daughters:
Wiridianna / Wirydianna Fiszer
and Antonina Maria Breza];

and Aleksander was the great-grandson of Zbigniew Ossolinski, ca 1601 - 1679 + Barbara IWANOWSKA + Marianna GEMBICKA.
The great-great-grandson of
Prokop Ossolinski, ca 1558 - 1628 + Katarzyna Bierecka b. ca 1578. Prokop was the son of Mikolaj Ossolinski, ca 1512 - 1598.
Prokop b. ca 1558, was the grandson of PROKOP senior / Prokop Ossolinski, ca 1464 - 1535.

Note at margin:
HONORATOW, 20 km north-west to Ossa - a home of Zbigniew Natkanski, senior, b. 1958; 19 km north-west to ZARNOW - see Robert Bubis, and and 19 km north-west to Nadole - see Bubis, 2016-2020 abroad; 25 km north-west to Bialaczow of the Malachowskis - see the Illuminati pyramid here.
Junior, ZBIGNIEW NATKANSKI acted in Wojcin, 4 km south-east to Honoratow, b. ca 1989.
Honoratow lies 9 kilometres west of Paradyz, 21 km west of Opoczno.
Close to Wielka Wola, CZERNIEWICE, and to Wojcin.
Czerniewice and Wielka Wola belonged to Aleksander Feliks Lipski, b. ca 1650, d. 1702
[he was married in 1679 to Zofia OLSZOWSKA, with son Jozef Lipski, 1681 in Lipie - 1704; and a daughter Marianna Lipska died after 1742.
Zofia Olszowska Lipska was the daughter of Hieronim Olszowski b. ca 1622, d. 1677, and Petronela WOLUCKA],
the son of
Jan Wojciech Lipski died 1676, and Maksymilianna Ossolinska b. ca 1610
[the daughter of Maksymilian Ossolinski b. in 1588, and Katarzyna Glebocka b. ca 1590].

Maksymilian Ossolinski, 1588-1655, was the son of
Jan Ossolinski, 1555-1623 and Jadwiga Sienienska.
Jan Ossolinski, 1555-1623, the Secretary to the King from 1578, was 4 times married. Jan Zbigniew was the son of
Hieronim Ossolinski b. ca 1510, d. in 1576 + Katarzyna Zborowska died in 1587;
and probably the grandson of
PROKOP senior / Prokop Ossolinski, ca 1464 - 1535.

Aleksander Ossolinski m. ca 1760 the 2nd to Benedykta Antonina Barbara LOWENDAL, b. in 1741 Tallinn, Estonia, d. 1778.
Benedykta was the daughter of Ulrich Fredrik Valdemar Count von Lowendal and Barbara Magdalene Elisabeth. Benedykta was the mother of
Jozef Kajetan Ossolinski;
Anna Krasinska
and Jan Onufry Ossolinski.

Benedykta Ossolinska was the sister of Count Francois Xavier Joseph Danneskiold-Lovendal.
Above Francois Xavier Joseph Danneskiold-Lovendal, b. in 1742 in Warsaw, died in 1808 in Gravenhage. Husband of Charlotte Marguerite Elisabeth de Bourbon, the daughter of Charles de Bourbon-Conde, comte de Charolais and Marguerite Caron de Rancurel, dame de Lassone, and she was died in 1800 in Paris. Marguerite was the partner of Charles de Bourbon-Conde.

Above Francois LOWENDAL b. 1742 in Warsaw, diplomat, French and Danish officer, was the father of Carl Valdemar Danneskiold-Lovendal, and was the brother of Benedykta Antonina Barbara Ossolinska.

Above Charles de BOURBON:
b. in 1700 in Versailles, d. in 1760 in Paris.
He was the son of Louis III de Bourbon, prince de Conde and Louise Francoise de BOURBON, b. in 1673 Tournai, in Belgium, died in 1743 at the Palais Bourbon in Paris,
the daughter of
Louis XIV 'le Grand', the King of FRANCE and Navarre, and Francoise Athenais, Marquise de Montespan.


At the beginning on Chocen south to Wloclawek - ties that bind the Kiedrzynskis and Bogdan Konstantynowicz in 1983 - 2019; and on KOWAL, with a line in 1981. At this area Jan Walesa was born in 1873, in Wola Nakonowska, in the Wloclawek county.

In the 19th century, Chocen belonged [in 1845 - before him Chocen was owned by Wyssogota-Zakrzewski] to Jozef Blizinski (1827-1893), a comedian and ethnographer. Jozef Franciszek Blizinski, b. 1827 in Warsaw, died in 1893 in Cracow; Polish playwright;
the son of Augustyn Franciszek Blizinski b. 1796, and Marianna Helena Zakrzewski b. ca 1799.
Augustyn Franciszek Blizinski b. 1796, died in 1848 in Chocen, married in 1825, in Belchow, to Marianna Helena Barbara Zakrzewska.
Jozef's cousins were the owners of CHOCEN:
Konstancja [Konstancja Zakrzewska, 1760 - 1840, the daughter of Antoni Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, the governor of LAD, 1710-1779, and Agnieszka Anna Bielinska, 1731-1779]
and her husband Ignacy Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, the owner of Chocen and Bodzanowka (in 1842).
In 1845, Ignacy's daughter Marianna Zakrzewski was died and Jozef Blizinski took CHOCEN.
Jozef Blizinski was living here in Chocen until 1854, and then the estate was again had taken [1854-1873] by Marianna Helena Barbara nee Zakrzewska married BLIZINSKA [b. ca 1799/1800], his mother [Marianna Helena was the daughter of Antoni ZAKRZEWSKI and Rozalia STRUMILO].
Probably in 1873 Jozef's mother Marianna Helena was died and Jozef Blizinski left Chocen.
In 1870 Napoleon Szrajber, who was acted in KOWAL, b. ca 1810 + Marianna Ilowecka, probably was the manager of the Chocen estate. Napoleon's daughter was married in Chocen in 1870 to Arnold - his roots came from Andrzej Kiedrzynski b. ca 1715/1720, of Raszkow and Bieganin [my branch].
Napoleon Szrajber = Schreiber was the owner of Borzymowice near to CHOCEN.
Jozef Blizinski was living in Bobrka in Austria, 1876-1888. He was married Pelagia Sokolowski b. ca 1840. They had a son Alfons Blizinski.
Jozef was the friend of Oskar Kolberg, who visited Chocen and Bodzanowka, also in Bobrka.

We back to CHOCEN [close to Brzesc Kujawski, Kowal, Wloclawek] and Marianna Helena Barbara Blizinska, born in 1799/1800, the daughter of Antoni Zakrzewski JUNIOR, b. ca 1760.
Named Antoni JUNIOR was the son of
SENIOR, Antoni Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, the governor of LAD, 1710-1779, who m. 1st to Rozalia MALCZEWSKA, 1725-1748, and 2nd to Agnieszka Anna Bielinska, 1731-1779.

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. Jacek came from Wilhelm Ignacy Broel-Plater, b. 1791 in Pinsk, d. 1854, the son of
Jozef Antoni Wilhelm Broel-Plater, b. in SZADEK in 1750.
Jozef 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
Johann Plater / Jan Plater and Elena Filipina OGINSKA, b. ca 1694 in Mogilev by Dniepr river.

Marianna Helena Barbara Blizinska, born in 1799/1800, maybe was died in Chocen in 1873, the daughter of Antoni Zakrzewski JUNIOR, b. ca 1760.
Marianna Helena in 1825, in BELCHOW, married Augustyn Franciszek Blizinski, 1796-1848, with the son -
Jozef Franciszek Blizinski, 1827-1893 + Pelagia Sokolowska.

Named Antoni Zakrzewski JUNIOR was the son of
SENIOR, Antoni Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, the governor of LAD, 1710-1779, who m. 1st to Rozalia MALCZEWSKA, 1725-1748, and 2nd to Agnieszka Anna Bielinska, 1731-1779.

Above Ignacy Wyssogota Zakrzewski / Ignacy Zakrzewski was the Freemason, and the Mayor of Warsaw, b. 1745 - Pakoslaw, d. 1802 - Zelechow. Ignacy married to Konstancja Zakrzewska, 1760 - 1840, the daughter of Antoni Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, SENIOR, the governor of LAD, 1710 / 1720 - 1779, and Agnieszka Anna Bielinska, 1731-1779.
Konstancja Zakrzewska was the sister of Antoni Zakrzewski, JUNIOR, b. ca 1760.

Ignacy Zakrzewski, the landlord in CHOCEN, married to Konstancja Zakrzewska, 1760 - 1840, the daughter of Antoni Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, the governor of LAD, 1710-1779, and Agnieszka Anna Bielinska, 1731-1779.
But In 1755 in Swadzim, Antoni Wyssogota Zakrzewski, Colonel married to Katarzyna Lukomska;
witnesses in LUSOWO for Antoni Zakrzewski, the Radziejow official:
Jozef Zakrzewski, the WSCHOWA official;
Gabriel Skorzewski, Colonel;
Aleksy Skrzypinski, the writer of KALISZ.

Ignacy Zakrzewski of Chocen [died in 1802], FREEMASON, was the brother of Franciszka Skorzewska.
Franciszka was the wife of Gabriel Skorzewski, born ca 1700/1715, who was the son of
Andrzej Skorzewski and Dorota Chojenska vel Choinska [ie. Andrzej Tomasz Skorzewski, 1674 - 1726 + Dorota Choinska].

Konstancja [died in 1840] and Ignacy Zakrzewski [died in 1802], were the owners of Chocen and Bodzanowka / Bodzanowo (before 1842).
Above Ignacy Wyssogota Zakrzewski / Ignacy Zakrzewski, b. 1745 - Pakoslaw, d. 1802 - Zelechow, married to Konstancja Zakrzewska, 1760 - 1840, the daughter of Antoni Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, the governor of LAD, 1710-1779, and Agnieszka Anna Bielinska, 1731-1779. Konstancja was the sister of Antoni Zakrzewski, JUNIOR, b. ca 1760.
Ignacy Zakrzewski was the son of Izydor Zakrzewski [b. ca 1705/1715 - died bef. 1775] and Izabela RADOMICKA, Zakrzewska.
The grandparents of named Ignacy Zakrzewski, the Freemason:
Andrzej ZAKRZEWSKI [b. ca 1670/1675 - 1738, the governor of SANTOK in the Great Poland] and Franciszka Mielzynska, 1677 - 1764 [marriage ca 1699; she died in PAKOSLAW].
Remember now on the daughters of Maciej Mielzynski (1636 or born 1638-1697) and TERESA:
1.
Ludwika MIELZYNSKA, 1st married Rafal Tworzyjanski, official in Wschowa, 2nd to Adam Poninski [ca 1680 - 1732], oldest - the ILLUMINATI net;
2.
Franciszka Mielzynska, m. Andrzej Zakrzewski / Andrzej Antoni Zakrzewski, b. ca 1670, d. in 1738.

Adam Bielinski b. 1722, had the sister Agnieszka Anna Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, born Bielinska.

We back to CHOCEN [close to Brzesc Kujawski, Kowal, Wloclawek] and Marianna Helena Barbara Blizinska, born in 1799/1800, as the daughter of Antoni Zakrzewski JUNIOR, b. ca 1760.
Named Antoni JUNIOR was the son of
SENIOR, Antoni Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, the governor of LAD, 1710-1779, who m. 1st to Rozalia MALCZEWSKA, 1725-1748, and 2nd to Agnieszka Anna Bielinska, 1731-1779.

We now again back to the owners of Chocen:
Jozef Blizinski, and his mother - until 1873;
Fryderyk Lange ca 1895, maybe came from Czernitza, in the Chojnice county, the Brusy commune. August Lange d. in 1867 in Czernitza, m. Caroline Schelfer and Henriette Tesch, d. in 1853 in Czersk,
with a son Johann Carl Heinrich Lange b. 1835 in Treten, close to Rummelsburg, Pommern, m. von Kalben;
with a grandson Gustav Adolph Hermann Lange b. 1863.

The owner of CHOCEN was Friedrich Lange. Maybe he was born in 1849 in LAKORK. Fryderyk Lange was good manager of the estate in Chocen. his ancestor maybe in 1800, Fryderyk Lange m. Barbara Mohler in Lisewo, the Chelmno county.

Czerniewice close to Chocen,
belonged to Skotnicki and Lange. In 1880 Czerniewic bought Karol Feldt. It lies 7 kilometres north-east of Chocen, 16 km south of Wloclawek, 4 km east to Filipki.

Wilkowice -
ca 1890 to Franciszek Lange and his son Wilhelm LANGE (1861-1891).

Wichrowice
- close to Chocen, belonged to Lange and next owner - Furst. Then to Stokowski.

Chocen
- aft. 1710 owned by Brzeski.
In Chocen in 1870, the marriage of Julian Pius Ludwik Arnold b. ca 1844, d. in 1907 in Warsaw, to Bronisława Maria Szrajber b. ca 1840, the daughter of Napoleon Szrajber, acted in KOWAL, b. ca 1810, the owner of Borzymowice, 4 km west to CHOCEN.

Walenty Madalinski, official in KOWAL in 1740, in Brzesc Kujawski in 1746; he bought Borzymowice in 1740 - 4 km west to CHOCEN; m. Helena Umiastowski, with the son -
Jozef Madalinski,
and daughter - Franciszka Krystyna, born in 1734 m. 1st to Piotr Skarbek; 2nd she married to Kasper Slawinski - official in KONIN in 1782.
Mentioned here Jozef Madalinski, official in Inowroclaw in 1770, and in Kowal in 1770; died in 1775; his aunt Skarbkowa / Skarbek, had a court case about Borzymowice and Laki Markowe in 1775 with the Parliament envoy;
they took Swietoslawice in 1778.

Chocen - in the 20' of the 20th century Maria Higersberger with her father acted here;
Maria Higersberger, 1908-1931, was the daughter of Aleksander Higersberger and Romana, and Maria died in Warsaw, buried in Chocen.
The Higersberger came from SAXONY in Germany ca 1750.
Maria's parents:
Aleksander Higersberger - he acted in Chocen - b. 1872 in Skrzany.
Maria's great-grandparents:
1. Augustyn Higersberger, the owner of Bieniew, in the BLONIE or in the LOWICZ county, b. 1777, d. 1854 in Warsaw,
2.
Tomasz Aleksander Napoleon Pruszak 1806-1856, the insurgent in 1831,
Kazimiera Franciszka Maslowska, 1794-1851 and Seweryna Zuchowska, 1816-1905.

Above Augustyn Higersberger, the owner of Bieniew, 1777 - 1854, m. Kazimiera Maslowska, with 3 children:
Kazimiera Nakielska;
Jozef;
Feliks.

The great-great-grandfather:
Andrzej HIGERSBERGER of Saxony, officer of the Polish Army. Andrzej Higersberger was the owner of Ozochowka in the Braclaw county, sold in 1763 to Dabrowski. Andrzej Higersberger had the son Augustyn, b. 1777, the owner of Bieniewo.
Above Jozef Kalasanty Augustyn b. 1817, the owner of Trzylatki close to Grojec, vice-president of the Polish Bank in Warsaw. Jozef had a son Jozef younger.
Above Feliks HIGERSBERGER, b. in 1820, the owner of Skrzana in the GOSTYN county, bought from Wladyslaw Orsetti in 1856, Rataje in 1866, Piotrow, and
CHOCEN [in 1873 from the Blizinski family];
and Glebokie close to Klodawa Kujawska.
Feliks m. Aniela Pruszak with sons: Aleksander; Stanislaw and Maria Gniewosz, secundo voto Szaniawska.
Aniela Pruszak Higersberger, 1837-1877, and Feliks Higersberger, died in 1888.
In 1888, Felik's sons took estates -
Tomasz in 1888 owned Skrzan / Skrzany;
Stefan took Piotrow;
Roman owned Rataje;
Aleksander Higersberger took Chocen. He had children: Maria and Janusz. Aleksander after the death of his daughter Maria, sold Chocen and bought Stroze for his son Janusz.
Stanislaw, the son of named Feliks, owned Glebokie and the farm of Debowice, then his son Waclaw took Debowice [Glebokie is situated 3 km to Debowice - both south of Klodawa].
Named Feliks, b. in 1820, was the owner of Skrzany, in the Gostyn county, and of Chocen ca 1873. Feliks Higersberger died in 1888.
Aleksander HIGERSBERGER in 1888 took CHOCEN. Aleksander sold Chocen, and bought above named Stroze for his son Janusz.
Note:
Maria Adrianna Higersberger b. 1870, m. ca 1890 to Szaniawski b. ca 1860; and she was the granddaughter of named
Augustyn Higersberger, 1777-1854 + Kazimiera Franciszka Maslowska, 1794-1851.


Ignacy Zakrzewski the owner of Chocen, FREEMASON, was the brother of Franciszka Skorzewska.
Franciszka Wyssogota-Zakrzewska was the wife of Gabriel Skorzewski, born ca 1700/1715,
who was the son of
Andrzej Skorzewski and Dorota CHOINSKA
[ie. Andrzej Tomasz Skorzewski, 1674 - 1726 + Dorota Choinska / CHOJENSKA].

Antoni Bielinski b. ca 1670, was the son of
Adam Bielinski b. ca 1635, and [m. in 1662] Barbara Pogorzelska b. ca 1640.

Pawel Bobrynski / Paul Bobrinski was born on October 27, 1801, in Saint Petersburg, m. in 1822 to Julia Sonocka Bielinska born in 1790 or 1804.

Julia Stanislawowna Bobrynska nee Sanocka / Sonocka Bielinska, ca 1790 / 1804 - 1892, after death of husband moved to Paris. Julia's father
Stanislaw Kostka Bielinski, b. ca 1740, died 1812 in Vicebsk / Witebsk, served on the court of the King Stanislaw August Poniatowski; Marshal of the Parliament in 1793, m. Katarzyna Golicyn, b. 1775, d. 1825 in Saratow.

The sibilings of above Stanislaw Kostka Bielinski, b. ca 1740:
a.
Elzbieta Bielinska, m. 1779 in Mogilany to Franciszek Wielopolski,
b.
Franciszek Bielinski, b. ca 1740 - d. in 1809, in 1776 member of Nat. Educ. Com., in 1794 the Kosciuszko Uprising, an owner of Kozlowka to 1799, and the Otwock palace, m. Krystyna Sanguszko.

The father of above named Stanislaw Kostka Bielinski:
Michal Bielinski, b. ca 1690 / 1705, died 1747, the Chelmno province governor, the Sztum office, in 1725 at the King court, in 1736-1742 he was living in Kozlowka palace near by Lubartow;
m. 1st to
Aurora Maria Rutowska, a daughter of Fryderyk August II and Fatima, a grand-daughter of Jan Jerzy II Saxon / Sas and Anna Zofia of Denmark, 2-v. Claude Marie de Bellegarde;
m. 2nd time to
Tekla Peplowski, a grand-daughter of Jadwiga Niemyski, of the Kozlowka estate.

Michal Bielinski, b. ca 1690 / 1705, died in 1747 or in 1783, ie. Michal Samson Bielinski,
was the son of mentioned above
Antoni BIELINSKI, b. ca 1670, d. 1726, and [m. bef. 1713] Zofia Olewinska, ca 1672 - 1743.

Antoni Bielinski b. ca 1670, and Aleksander b. ca 1670, were the sons of
Adam Bielinski b. ca 1635, and [m. in 1662] Barbara Pogorzelska b. ca 1640.

Antoni b. ca 1670, had a brother Aleksander Bielinski b. ca 1670.
Aleksander Bielinski b. 1670, m. Elzbieta Pawlowski born in 1700.
Aleksander Bielinski JUNIOR, b. 1670, had a son
Adam Bielinski, 1722 - 1767 and the daughter Agnieszka Anna Zakrzewska.

Agnieszka Anna Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, born Bielinska, 1731 - 1779, was the daughter of Aleksander Bielinski b. ca 1670, and Elzbieta Pawlowski. Agnieszka had the brother Adam Bielinski.

Agnieszka BIELINSKA married Antoni Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, born in 1710 / 1720, with a daughter Konstancja Wyssogota-Zakrzewski who was married to IGNACY ZAKRZEWSKI, the owner of CHOCEN.

Aleksander Bielinski JUNIOR, b. 1670, had a son Adam Bielinski, 1722 - 1767. Aleksander Bielinski b. 1670, m. Elzbieta Pawlowski born in 1700.

Adam Bielinski b. 1722, had the sister Agnieszka Anna Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, born Bielinska.
Jozef Blizinski came with his parents to the cousin's family in CHOCEN:
Konstancja [died in 1840] and Ignacy Zakrzewski [died in 1802], the owners of Chocen and Bodzanowka / Bodzanowo (before 1842).

Above Ignacy Wyssogota Zakrzewski / Ignacy Zakrzewski was the Freemason, and the Mayor of Warsaw, b. 1745 - Pakoslaw, d. 1802 - Zelechow
[Ignacy married to Konstancja Zakrzewska, 1760 - 1840, the daughter of Antoni Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, SENIOR, the governor of LAD, 1710 / 1720 - 1779, and Agnieszka Anna Bielinska, 1731-1779.
Konstancja was the sister of Antoni Zakrzewski, JUNIOR, b. ca 1760].

Above Freemason, Mayor - President of Warsaw, Ignacy Zakrzewski, came from Andrzej ZAKRZEWSKI [b. ca 1670/1675] and Franciszka Mielzynska, 1677 - 1764.
Jozef Blizinski came with his parents to the cousin's family:
Konstancja [died in 1840] and Ignacy Zakrzewski [died in 1802], the owners of Chocen and Bodzanowka / Bodzanowo (before 1842).
Above Ignacy Wyssogota Zakrzewski / Ignacy Zakrzewski was the Freemason, and the Mayor of Warsaw, b. 1745 in Pakoslaw, d. 1802 in Zelechow
[Ignacy married to Konstancja Zakrzewska, 1760 - 1840, the daughter of
Antoni Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, SENIOR, the governor of LAD, 1710-1779, and Agnieszka Anna Bielinska, 1731-1779.
Konstancja was the sister of Antoni Zakrzewski, JUNIOR, b. ca 1760].
Ignacy Zakrzewski was the son of Izydor Zakrzewski [b. ca 1705/1715 - died bef. 1775] and Izabela RADOMICKA, Zakrzewska.
The grandparents of named Ignacy Zakrzewski, the Freemason:
Andrzej ZAKRZEWSKI [b. ca 1670/1675 - 1738, the governor of SANTOK in the Great Poland] and Franciszka Mielzynska, 1677 - 1764 [marriage ca 1699; she died in PAKOSLAW].

Maciej Mielzynski (1636 or born 1638-1697) m. TERESA with daughters:
1.
Ludwika MIELZYNSKA, 1st married Rafal Tworzyjanski, official in Wschowa, 2nd to Adam Poninski [ca 1680 - 1732], oldest - the ILLUMINATI net;
2.
Franciszka Mielzynska, m. Andrzej Zakrzewski / Andrzej Antoni Zakrzewski, b. ca 1670, d. in 1738.
Feliks Niemojowski, b. ca 1762 ?, died in 1794, m. second time in 1782, Aniela Walknowska.
Feliks was the brother to General Jozef Niemojowski b. 1769.
FELIKS was the son of Antoni (Sebastian ?) Niemojowski / Antoni Niemojewski, b. 1743.
General Jozef NIEMOJEWSKI, 1st, the friend of Colonel NEYMAN, was the son of Antoni NIEMOJEWSKI b. 1743, and Bojanowska, and General Jozef Niemojewski was born in 1769. Since 1782, Jozef leased Srem, but Srem was in hands of his father - see the Koscian register.

Franciszek Niemojowski born ca 1814, d. in 1852 in Wroclaw / Breslau [or born in 1822, d. 1857 in Pogrzybowo / Pogrzybow close to Raszkow]; m. Julianna Eleonora Skorzewska, the daughter of Walenty Skorzewski, d. 1846 + Brygida Rybinska.
Pogrzybow
- in 1803, Helena Kiedrzynska was godmother in Pogrzybow. Helena was widowed after death of Izydor Kiedrzynski of Jedlno - my family line; Helena Kiedrzynska was the co-owner of a manor in Raszkow. Pogrzybow - 1612 owner Dazdzbog Karnkowski, and his family here to ca 1835; 1861-1894 the Niemojowski family.
Inf. in 1848 - Pogrzybow was the property of Niemojewski. In 1847 in Pogrzybow, Franciszek Niemojewski m. Eleonora Skorzewska.
Franciszek Niemojowski was the son of Gabriel Benedykt Niemojowski, b. in 1786 in Slupia, m. in 1819 to Katarzyna Lubowidzka, and he was died in 1854.

GABRIEL Niemojewski was the son of above Feliks Niemojowski, b. ca 1762, died in 1794, and his second wife in 1782, Aniela Walknowska.
Gabriel was the grandson of Antoni (Sebastian ?) Niemojowski / Antoni Niemojewski, b. 1743.

Feliks NIEMOJOWSKI m. Aniela Walknowska, the daughter of Stefan Walknowski and Marianna Siemienska. Stefan was the son of Mikolaj Wierusz-Walknowski; the grandson of Stanislaw Walknowski.
Stanislaw Walknowski was also the father of Antoni Walknowski, d. ca 1732 + Urszula MIELZYNSKA, the daughter of
MACIEJ MIELZYNSKI who m. 3rd in Pawlowice in 1684 to Katarzyna Mycielska, the daughter of Krzysztof MYCIELSKI and Teresa Grodziecka; KATARZYNA was the widow after Adam Gorzycki.
Maciej Mielzynski with the 3rd wife had children among others:
1.
Elzbieta Mielzynska, m. Franciszek Wessel, official in Zakroczym;
2.
Urszula MIELZYNSKA + Antoni Walknowski.
Urszula Wierusz-Walknowska MIELZYNSKA, died in 1743; URSZULA Walknowska Mielzynska was the half-sister to ANNA GORZYCKA.
Urszula was the mother of Owidiusz Wierusz-Walknowski - the husband of BRYGIDA BARDZKA. BRYGIDA BARDZKA was the daughter of Wojciech Marek Bardzki d. 1770. Brygida married 2nd to Jakub KIEDRZYNSKI junior, the son of Franciszka nee Nostitz-Jackowska - my family branch.
Jakub Kiedrzynski, the Kalisz official, born in WILCZKOW, was the son of Andrzej Kiedrzynski born ca 1715/1720, and Jakub was the owner of Orpiszewek.
Jakub was born in 1738 in WILCZKOW in the GLUCHOW parish; died in 1798.
JAKUB Kiedrzynski, and Antoni Psarski in 1792 [Antoni PSARSKI m. Lucja Czekulin] were next of kin to the Madalinski family.
Brygida Bardzka married 1st to Owidiusz Wierusz Walknowski, before 1761, 2nd to Jakub Kiedrzynski junior, in 1767.
Owidiusz's brother - BONAWENTURA Walknowski.

Izydor Zakrzewski [b. ca 1710], the SANTOK governor, m. Izabella Radomicka, the daughter of Wladyslaw Radomicki, the Poznan governor. Izydor Zakrzewski [b. ca 1705/1715 - died bef. 1775]
was the son of
Andrzej ZAKRZEWSKI [b. ca 1670/1675 - 1738, the governor of SANTOK in the Great Poland] and Franciszka Mielzynska, 1677 - 1764 [marriage ca 1699; she died in PAKOSLAW].
The grandson of
Aleksander Zakrzewski, b. ca 1640, d. bef. 1700 and Marianna Suchorzewska;
Teresa Baranowska, died in 1682 + Maciej Mielzynski, b. in 1636, Niegolewo and he died in April 1697 in Goscieszyn.

Aleksander Zakrzewski, b. ca 1640, d. bef. 1700 / 1701, m. Marianna Suchorzewska d. ca 1700,
and he was the son of
Mikolaj Wyssogota-Zakrzewski d. 1661 + Dorota Kawiecka d. in 1663;
the grandson of
Stanislaw Wyssogota-Zakrzewski d. in 1607 + Konkordia Rosnowska of GOGOLEWO, died in 1624;
the great-grandson of
Jakub Zakrzewski b. ca 1523, d. 1571, married bef. 1559 to Anna Mieszkowska d. in 1561;
the great-great-grandson of
Wojciech Zakrzewski b. ca 1495 / 1500, m. in 1522 to Dorota Sarnowska.

Melchior Skorzewski took Kopaszewo.
Melchior's son - Andrzej Skorzewski b. 1707 who was also the owner of Kopaszewo; next owner was Andrzej's brother - Ludwik Skorzewski, older. Ludwik bought Rogaczewo.
Mentioned Andrzej Skorzewski, b. 1707, m. Dorota Chlapowska, the daughter of Michal Chlapowski, 1680-1766 + Ludwika Sobocka.

Marianna Skorzewska, Zakrzewska Wyskota, 1691 - 1742, married to Melchior Skorzewski, with a son
Andrzej Skorzewski b. 1707, and with the granddaughter
KONSTANCJA SKORZEWSKA, the wife of Cyprian Glaubicz Gostkowski and 2nd of Kasper Zakrzewski.

Melchior Skorzewski b. ca 1680, died in 1765, the owner of Zielecin, was the son of
Kazimierz Skorzewski b. ca 1650, and Zofia Naramowska;
the grandson of
Stanislaw Skorzewski b. ca 1610, and Zofia Scibor - Poniecka.
The great-grandson of
Wawrzyniec Skorzewski b. ca maybe 1560 / 1563.

Andrzej Skorzewski, b. ca 1707/1710, was cousin to Anna Skorzewska, 1700-1745, and she had the son Colonel ANDRZEJ BARDZKI, 1730-1819, the closest friend of ERASMUS MYCIELSKI, near to Pleszew.
Anna Bardzka nee Skorzewska, was the daughter of Royal General Andrzej Tomasz Skorzewski, 1674 - 1740
[Count, the son of
GABRIEL Skorzewski,
the grandson of Wladyslaw Skorzewski]
and Dorota CHOINSKA / Chojenska, b. ca 1670 / 1675.
Dorota had 15 children:
Franciszek Andrzej Skorzewski, Marianna Drweska, and 13 others.

Anna Bardzka had a brother Franciszek Andrzej Skorzewski, b. bef. 1730 - d. in 1773 in ZON, close to Margonin.

KONSTANCJA SKORZEWSKA was the wife of Cyprian Glaubicz Gostkowski and 2nd of Kasper Zakrzewski.
KASPER Zakrzewski b. in 1739, was the son of
Hermengild Franciszek Zakrzewski / Franciszek Wyssogota-Zakrzewski.

KASPER's children:
Pawel Zakrzewski {died in 1812, he had a son
Konstanty Zakrzewski, 1811 in Kalisz - 1884 in Genoa. He was living in GUTOW, 19 km north to OSTROW Wielkopolski in 1844};
Jozef Zakrzewski;
Agnieszka Radonska, Ilowiecka nee Zakrzewska Wyskota.

Above Hermenegild Franciszek Wyssogota-Zakrzewski b. ca 1710:

Gutow - 3 km south to Sobotka; 6 km north to Bedzieszyn; 5 km south to KARSY; and 18 km west to KALISZ. In 1801, in Karsy, Jan Kromer, the Prussian lieutenant, married Wiktorja Grudzielska. She was born 1755; witnesses: Jozef Trampczynski, an owner of Karsy [in 1801]; Osinski owner of Czechel.

KARSY - here BONA Kiedrzynska of KARSY was living - is situated in the Kalisz prov.; close to Goluchow - 8,5 km; near Pleszew - 14 km. Karsy - 2,5 km west to Kucharki, 5 km north-east to SOBOTKA; 8 km north to GUTOW; and south-west to GOLUCHOW.

Kasper Wyssogota Zakrzewski the owner of Gutow, born in 1738/1739, d. in 1824, was the son of
Hermenegild Zakrzewski 1710 - 1771 in Kalisz, and Ludmila Niemojowska / Ludwika Niemojowska, b. 1720.
Tadeusz Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, 1710-1785, was the brother of mentioned Hermenegild Zakrzewski / Hermengild Franciszek Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, 1710 - 1771 in Kalisz.
Tadeusz Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, 1710-1785, was the Krzywin governor, married Kunegunda Zlotnicka. They had a son
Nikodem Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, 1741-1792, who was married to Ewa Drywa-Zakrzewska.

Ludwika Niemojewska b. 1720, married above named Hermenegild Franciszek Wyssogota - Zakrzewski in 1737.
Franciszek Hermenegild Zakrzewski b. 1710, died in 1771 in Kalisz,
was the son of
Jan Zakrzewski Wyskota / Jan Wyssogota Zakrzewski b. ca 1680, died bef. 1743, married to Ludwika BOREK GOSTYNSKA died in 1747, the daughter of
Andrzej Borek Gostynski died before 1691 + Katarzyna Radomicka d. in 1714.

Jan Zakrzewski Wyskota / Jan Wyssogota Zakrzewski died bef. 1743,
was the son of
Franciszek Wyssogota Zakrzewski b. ca 1640, died bef. 1686 + Barbara Zdzarowska d. bef. 1686;
and the grandson of Jakub Zakrzewski b. ca 1595, died in 1659 + Jadwiga Slupska;
and the great-grandson of
Mikolaj Zakrzewski b. ca 1560, d. 1604 + Katarzyna Krzyzanowska;
the great-great-grandson of
Jakub Zakrzewski b. ca 1523, d. 1571, married bef. 1559 to Anna Mieszkowska d. in 1561;
the great-great-great-grandson of
Wojciech Zakrzewski b. ca 1495 / 1500, m. Dorota Sarnowska in 1522 [see more below].

Marianna Skorzewska, Zakrzewska Wyskota, 1691 - 1742,
was the daughter of
Jan Zakrzewski who was the father of Marianna Skorzewska and Elzbieta Swinarska.

Above Marianna Skorzewska, Zakrzewska Wyskota, 1691 - 1742, married to Melchior Skorzewski, with a son Andrzej Skorzewski and with the granddaughter
KONSTANCJA SKORZEWSKA, the wife of Cyprian Glaubicz Gostkowski and 2nd of Kasper Zakrzewski.

KATARZYNA Kozminska, born Wyssogota-Zakrzewska in 1660,
was the daughter of
Andrzej Wyssogota-Zakrzewski b. ca 1630, and Barbara Zeledzki.
Katarzyna had a brothers -
Jan Zakrzewski b. ca 1660, and Stanislaw Andrzej Zakrzewski.
Jan Zakrzewski b. ca 1660, was the father of Marianna Skorzewska b. 1691, and Elzbieta Swinarska.

Andrzej Wyssogota-Zakrzewski b. ca 1630, married twice, the 1st to Zofia Zdzarowska and 2nd to Barbara ZELEDZKI.
Andrzej Zakrzewski was the son of
Jakub Zakrzewski younger, b. ca 1600, d. in 1651, married JADWIGA SLUPSKA.
Andrzej Zakrzewski Wyssogota was the grandson of
Mikolaj Zakrzewski b. ca 1560, d. 1604 + Katarzyna Krzyzanowska;
the great-grandson of
Jakub Zakrzewski b. ca 1523, d. 1571, married bef. 1559 to Anna Mieszkowska died in 1561;
the great-great-grandson of
Wojciech Zakrzewski b. ca 1495 / 1500, m. Dorota Sarnowska in 1522.


Encyclopedia:
The Walesa family in Wilkowyja close to Jarocin under care of the Sapiehas; Kozmin Wielkopolski; Raszkow and Podgrzybow north-west to Ostrow Wielkopolski under Niemojewski - Skorzewski family branch; Golaszewo, Smilowice and Kowal close to Chocen near to the Dambskis; Wielichowo in the Koscian county together with the Owsiany clan close to the Broel-Plater family; Wloclawek with Chocen, Lipno, Sobowo, Popowo, Chalin near by the Nostitz-Jackowski family line. With the research on Lipno and Romani. Kruszynski and Nostitz-Jackowski in Pluskowesy close to Chelmza. Garczynski and Nostitz-Jackowski near to Koscierzyna. Dorpowski, von Goltz, Niegolewski, Grabowski, Tadeusz Kosciuszko, Jozef Niemojewski in Walcz, Margonin, Stara Hancza and Smilowice. Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia, Bobrinski, Broel-Plater, Swiatopelk-Mirski, Junosza Bielinski, Buturlin, de Lacy, Wyssogota-Zakrzewski and Orlov-Denisov, Katenin with Martynov. Orbeliani and Swiatopelk-Mirski; Oldenburg, Japaridze and Armand - Konstantynowicz in Moscow; Broel-Plater and Malachowski - Krasicki in Wielichowo, Prochy; Wroniawy and in Petrykozy and Bialaczow. Note to Wyssogota-Zakrzewski of Chocen, Bobrinski - Bielinski and Nostitz-Jackowski of the Chelmno Province in the Kings' Prussia. CHOCEN together with the Kiedrzynski - Arnold - Nostitz-Jackowski family branch, and Walesa with Gustaw Findeisen who was secret political courier of Leopold Kronenberg.
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Jozef Wojciech Dambski bought Smilowice and Nakonowo, in 1734; he d. 1778, the Kowal governor.
Andrzej Dambski JUNIOR, owned:
Dabie [Dabie Kujawskie], and Borucino - sold in 1692 to hands of Zygmunt Dambski, the Kujawy governor. Named Andrzej Dambski, junior also owned: Siewiersko, Sieroszewo, Kuznica, Brzezie [1868 belonged to the Kronenberg family], Ustronie, Drzebielewo and Smulsk.

POLA NEGRI m. [in 1919 - div. 1922] Count Eugeniusz Dambski, b. 1893 in Rawa Mazowiecka, Eugeniusz was the son of Mieczyslaw Dambski, b. ca 1855/1857, and Natalia Weglinska, Dambska. Mieczyslaw's father was Ludomir Dambski, and the grandfather - Maksym Dambski and PLOWSKA.
Pola Negri b. in LIPNO north to WLOCLAWEK as Apolonia Chalupiec 2nd, in 1897 to a mother Eleonora KIELCZEWSKA {Eleonora died in 1954, m. Juraj vel Jerzy Chalupec, Romani-Slovak of Neslusa - ie Catholic Gypsy of the Habsburg Empire. Jerzy was the son of Apolonia 1st}, d. in August 1987; her father was exiled to Siberia, and she moved to Germany in 1917-1922. Pola's Slovak-Gypsy grandfather Adam Chalupec married Apolonia Plevko or Plewko, who was Slovak, and they had the son Juraj or Jerzy (1871-1920). They lived in Neslusa in north-western Slovakia, where some mebers of the family returned in the 20th century. Youngest son Pavol or Pawel (1890-1956) was born in Slovakia and now in 1890 the family moved to the former eastern part of Poland, maybe Belarus. Widowed Apolonia and children moved west and settled in Lipno north to Wloclawek, ca 1895. Juraj Jerzy Chalupec married Pola's future mother Eleonora Kielczewska (1861-1954) in Warsaw, and Jerzy took Eleonora to live in Lipno. Pola was born there in 1897. Jerzy had the bohemian gypsy in his blood, Gypsy Romani ancestors. In Lipno, her father was a philanderer. He was later arrested and deported to Siberia. Juraj Jerzy was arrested in Warsaw. He was arrested at least twice. Her grandmother Apolonia and uncle Pawel moved to Slovakia, while Eleonora and Pola left for Warsaw. Pola assumed in her memoir that the house in Lipno was Eleonora's, her mother's, estate. Eleonora Chalupec (Kielczewska) b. in 1861 in Brdo / Babiak close to Kolo, d. in 1954 in Beverly Hills, was the daughter of
Franciszek Kielczewski, 1836 - 1913 + Karolina PRZYBYLOWSKI.
The granddaughter of Stanislaw Kielczewski, 1808 - 1858 + Helena BAKOWSKI.
The great-granddaughter of Maciej Kielczewski b. ca 1770, and Zofia. Maciej Kielczewski also was married to Joanna / Julianna or Anna.
Maciej was the son of Wojciech Kielczewski b. aft. 1700 / ca 1715, and the grandson of Jan Kielczewski b. ca 1670, d. in 1757, and 2nd wife Marianna.
Jan older = Jan Kazimierz KIELCZEWSKI was born ca 1670, in Kamienczyk maybe in the Wyszkow county. Jan m. 1st to Zofia Letkowska b. ca 1680 with 4 sons: Roch Kielczewski and Jan Kielczewski, younger, b. ca 1700, the KOWAL official + Balbina TURSKA. Kazimierz b. ca 1670 = Jan Kazimierz was the son of Marcin Kielczewski b. ca 1630, and the grandson of Jakub Kielczewski older b. ca 1600. MARCIN b. ca 1630, m. Katarzyna, b. ca 1645, the daughter of Mikolaj Orzelski. Jan Kazimierz / Kazimierz b. ca 1670, had a brother Jakub Kielczewski, younger.
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Elzbieta Konstancja GARCZYNSKA (d. aft. 1719) bought Obodowo in 1695, m. in 1675 to Jakub Teofil Dorpowski = Jakub Dorpowski, b. ca 1650, d. 1689/1693. Michal Dorpowski b. ca 1675, maybe was the son of Jakub Dorpowski b. ca 1650 and the grandson of Jan Dorpowski b. ca 1610, died in 1668.
Pawel Dorpowski b. ca 1635, m. 3rd Anna Elisabeth von Dorpusch, nee von der Goltz, 1670 - 1737, the daughter of Ekhardt von der Goltz.
Pawel's son - Ludwik Dorpowski b. ca 1690, and Ludwik was the brother of
Pawel II / VII Dorposch von Dorpowski,
Hedwig Margarethe von der Goltz,
and Anna Ludwika Luisa von Kleist;
Ludwik Dorpowski b. ca 1690, was the half-brother to Krysztof Chryzostom Ernest Dorpowski.
Above Pawel II / VII Dorposch von Dorpowski, 1699 - 1757, acc. to Andrea Angelika Dickerson. Pawel II / VII m. twice, to Barbara Esther Grassee and 2nd Elisabeth Catharina.
Above Pawel Dorpowski, senior, b. ca 1635, m. 3rd Anna Elisabeth von Dorpusch. But Ludwik Dorpowski, 1690-1757, was the son of Pawel Dorpowski b. ca 1635, and Anna Gulcz / GOLCZ / Anna GOLTZ.
Pawel Dorpowski b. ca 1635, m. 1st with two sons, born ca 1678 / 1680.
Pawel Dorpowski m. 2nd with one son, b. ca 1678 - 1718, and with a grandson b. ca 1700.
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The net - Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia and President Lech Walesa in Poland. Bobrinski, Orbeliani and Swiatopelk-Mirski; Oldenburg, Japaridze and Armand - Konstantynowicz in Moscow; Broel-Plater and Malachowski - Krasicki in Wielichowo, Prochy and in Petrykozy and Bialaczow. ORBELIANI and Swiatopelk-Mirski in Swiedziebnia north to Rypin + Smilowice close to Kowal and Chocen; Czarna Hancza of Grabowski together with Scipio del Campo, and of Swiatopelk-Mirski; Wielichowo and Prochy close to Wilkowo Polskie and near to Grodzisk Wielkopolski; Petrykozy and Bialaczow close to Opoczno.

In 1797, Catherine II gave Augustowek to General Maurice de Lacy for his merits during the Turkish-Russian war. Maurice de Lacy, residing permanently in the palace of King Stanislaus Augustus, compiled in 1819 testament to his nephew, Patrick O'Brien, senior, the son of Terence and Mary de Lacy, captain of troops of England.
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ORBELIANI and Swiatopelk-Mirski in Swiedziebnia north to Rypin with Smilowice close to Kowal and Chocen; Czarna Hancza of Grabowski together with Scipio del Campo, and of Swiatopelk-Mirski; Wielichowo and Prochy close to Wilkowo Polskie and near to Grodzisk Wielkopolski with Broel-Plater; Petrykozy and Bialaczow close to Opoczno.

Opalenica of the Opalinskis; Koninko of Stanislaw Fischer; Jarocin of the Sapiehas; Dzialyn close to GNIEZNO, and death of Wirydianna Radolinska Kwilecka Fischer; Gustaw Findeisen of Smilowice and Swiedziebnia, Pelagia Rodys of Przasnysz.
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Opalenica of the Opalinskis; Koninko of Stanislaw Fischer; Jarocin of the Sapiehas; Dzialyn close to GNIEZNO, and death of Wirydianna Radolinska Kwilecka Fischer; Gustaw Findeisen of Smilowice and Swiedziebnia, Pelagia Rodys of Przasnysz - the genealogy of the President Lech Walesa in Golaszewo and Sobowo close to Wloclawek.
Rumunki Tupadelskie and the Walesa clan - 4 kilometres south-east of Wielgie, 17 km south-east of Lipno, 8 km north-west to Chalin.

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The Loewenstein de Lenval family was next of kin to Leopold Kronenberg. Kronenberg co-operated with Gustaw Findeisen, the owner of Swiedziebnia close to the East Prussia border, ex-property of Nostitz-Jackowski, then to Dukes Swiatopelk-Mirski, with Mirski, the godson of Russian Emperor Nicholas I / Mikolaj I Romanov of Russia. Nostitz-Jackowski took in 1590 the title NOSTITZ in Pomerania / the Kings' Prussia / Gdansk Pomorze

[Trzebcz Szlachecki, 12 km north-west to CHELMZA, the Kijewo Krolewskie commune, 18 kilometres south of Chelmno, 23 km north-west of Torun. Te core of the Trzebski clan in the 16th century. Next to Bishops. In 1805 Mateusz Slaski the owner, also in 1895]

from Polish Parliament. They came from Boguslaw Boleslaw Nostitz-Jackowski / Boleslaw Jackowski
[born in 1618 in Wielka Turza = Turza Wielka,

Turza Wielka -
6 km south to Tluchowo; 5 km east to Chalin; 7 km north-east to SOBOWO; 13 km south-east to RUMUNKI Tupadelskie in Poland]
who had the son Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670 [Jan had a brother Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski, BISHOP, oldest] with Jan's daughter Franciszka Kiedrzynska b. ca 1715, and her sister Anna SKORZEWSKA - here we have net to Marianna Ciecierska Skorzewska closest friend to Fryderyk the Great of Prussia and his brother, both LGBT in Berlin in 1768. Franciszka Kiedrzynska nee Nostitz-Jackowska had the son Izydor Kiedrzynski, of my family branch, who was lived in Jedlno until 1802, the property of Mecinski - Stadnicki clan and next of the Walewskis - the Freemasons [relatives to the NIEMOJEWSKIS].
Above Gustaw Findeisen was also the owner of Smilowic / Smilowice in the Chocen commune, where the grandfather of the President Lech Walesa in 1896 married, with relatives of Schmidt, German, blacksmiths. Gustaw Findeisen came from Saxony - Germany. Gustaw's wife - RODYS - was from PRZASNYSZ, the Garman family. Gustaw Findeisen was secret courier of Leopold Kronenberg, and the member of Edward Jurgens group aft. 1858 in Warsaw. Jurgens came from Plock, of the Jews roots. The Kronenbergs came from Wyszogrod, also the Jews.
The Walesas moved home from France to Jarocin - Kozmin Wielkopolski area, the lands of the Sapiehas; then to the Chocen commune to the Dambskis estate of GOLASZEWO [Dambski was the next of kin to the Sapieha clan]. The Sapieha family also owned Berezyna and Lubuszany in the east-central Belarus, 13 km to Miezonka, aft. 1842 named Miezonka was of the Konstantynowiczs. Berezyna - Lubuszany then took Poniatowski - Tyszkiewicz - Potocki branch, of Artur Potocki who had the manager Wojciech Potocki, the half-brother of General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski, who had a daughter Maria Wilhelmina Paszkowska married in Moscow to ARMAND.
The Armands were closest to Apolon Konstantynowicz, co-owner of the Duflon, Konstantynowicz Company in St Petersburg and Zaporoze. Apolon Konstantynowicz / Apollon Konstantinovich with the roots of Miezonka and Kazan [my family branch of Jerzy Konstantynowicz b. 1898, nick-name Marian Konstantynowicz of Miezonka either Marian Stankiewicz or Siedlecki probably in 1939], co-operated with BREGUET, Duflon, Nobel, Dukes Oldenburg, Japaridze, Drzewiecki [Drzewiecki in St Petersburg known Breguet and Duflon - and his family had relations to Andrzej Horodyski, Jozef Kalasanty Szaniawski - Mycielski of Pleszew area. ANDRZEJ HORODYSKI in 1802, became a shareholder of the Trzycieski, Horodyski et comp. - commercial house, which was also opened in Odessa, to which they also received: P. Maleszewski {Venture de Paradise / Sulkowski / Napoleon, and Breguet - Duflon in Russia + Konstantynowicz, Nobel, Armand}; J. K. Szaniawski {he come from area of Wieruszow and J. K. Szaniawski was the family of Erazm Mycielski. General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski approached Gen. Dabrowski's opponents - he became friend with Jozef 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"}; and J. Drzewiecki {see DUFLON in St. Petersburg}. The Duflon and Konstantynowicz Company financed Lenin's activities through a wife of Apollon Konstantynowicz, ie. Anna Konstantynowicz nee ARMAND - she come from Maria Paszkowska, the daughter of General Franciszek Paszkowski. Anna was the best friend of Inessa Armand, the lover of Lenin].
Above family of POTOCKI had in the second half of the 19th century next manager - NAIMSKI, the Frankist family, in Zator in Austria. See Naimski - Owsiany intelligence net aft. 1999/2002 in Poland, with the roots in the KOSCIAN district: Wilkowo Polskie and area, where Cagliostro was in the 70' of the 18th century.
Note to above Nostitz-Jackowski of the Chelmno Province in the Kings' Prussia:
In 1706, Stanislaw Piwnicki, the son of Tomasz Piwnicki, the Torun official, and of Katarzyna Elzanowska, gives up the Zegwirt estate in the Chelmno county, to hands of Jan Cieleski, the son of Wojciech Cieleski + Marianna Splawska. Stanislaw Piwnicki m. Konstancja Wolska, the daughter of Jakub Wolski + Katarzyna Leska. Stanislaw sisters: Cecylia Piwnicka + Adam Browinski, the son of Wladyslaw Browinski; Konstancja Piwnicka b. ca 1685/1690 + Michal Jackowski, the owner of Trzebcz, in the Chelmno county, b. ca 1675/1680. In 1709, above Konstancja Piwnicka, the daughter of Tomasz Piwnicki and Katarzyna Elzanowska, with her husband Michal NOSTITZ Jackowski of Trzebcz, vs. her brother Jerzy Piwnicki and Konstancja away 200 PLZ from her dowry in the Piwniczki / PIWNICE estate - 14 km north to Torun. In 1714, Wladyslaw Rudnicki, the owner of Wabcz in the Chelmno county, took money from above Michal Jackowski for Piwnice = Golocczyzna, after agreement among Stanislaw Jawosz and Michal Jackowski, in 1699. 1714 - Jan Tokarski and Anna Wolowska, the daughter of Ludwika Tokarska Wolowska, back money to Michal Jackowski from the Piwnice estate.
In 1717 - minors Walenty Ostrowicki, Jan Fabian Ostrowicki, Roch Ostrowicki with them uncle Franciszek Ostrowicki, the owner of Waldowo and Siemkowo in the SWIECIE county, and of Zakrzewo in the Chelmno county, with witnesses: brothers - Stanislaw Jackowski, Maciej Jackowski, Tomasz Jackowski, Mikolaj Jackowski, Michal Jackowski, Wojciech Jackowski, successors of them uncle Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski (b. ca 1670/1680), the owner of Trzebcz in the Chelmno county, agreed on the amount of money signed by the grandmother of above Jackowskis, with witness Andrzej Garczynski, the SWIECIE official.
In 1722 in the Chelmno court, Ewa Wybczynska, with her husbands: 1st Trzebski, 2nd Aleksander Orlowski, with a witness, her brother Stanislaw Wybczynski and her son in law Jan Antoni Elzanowski, wrote down 1.500 ZLP of dowry to her future husband Michal Nostitz Jackowski b. ca 1680. 1725 - Maciej Jackowski, the son of Jan Jackowski b. ca 1670, and Jan's wife Rozalia Trzebska [b. ca 1687 ?], had a court case vs. his brother Stanislaw Jackowski and Stanislaw's wife Marianna Starczewska 1-voto Jan Nagorski.

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President Lech Walesa's father Boleslaw Walesa, b. 1907 in Sobowo, d. 1945, but Lech's ancestors were living south to Wloclawek, in the Chocen community: Filipki, Wola Nakonowska and Golaszewo of the DAMBSKI family - in the 30' of the 19th century the Dambskis were living in DABIE [Dabie Kujawskie], too. And in DABIE [Dabie Kujawskie] was living Count Eugeniusz Dambski, the officer of the November Uprising 1830/1831, studied at the Warsaw Uniwersity, b. in 1804 in GOLASZEWO close to Nakonowo and to Wola Nakonowska, died in 1887, the son of Kazimierz DAMBSKI b. 1770, buried in LUBRANIEC, and [the wedding in KOWAL in 1797] Anna Klobukowska b. ca 1775. Eugeniusz had a brother Count Julian Dambski, 1808-1846, who was closest to a member of the Radziejow Agriculture Society, and Julian was studied in 1828 in Warsaw. Eugeniusz Dambski was the great-grandson of Kazimierz Jozef Dambski, 1701-1765 + Jadwiga Dambska, 1710-1767. Dabie KUJAWSKIE, in the Lubraniec commune, the Wloclawek county: belonged to the Dambskis ca 1450 until 1777. Stanislaw Dambski, the Kujawy governor, sold the village to Ignacy Zagajewski, the Kowal official. Ignacy had built the manor in 1790. In 1777 to 1858, Dabie Kujawskie belonged to the Zagajewskis, and then Jan Mittelstaedt / Mittelstaaedt, bought the estate; Jan was the insurgent in 1848 and in 1863.

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Leopold Kronenberg of Wieniec and Brzezie.
Wola Wiazowa - Pradzynski, Skorzewska, Lipski.
Edward Emilian Julian Pradzynski, b. 1838 in Leznica Wielka - died in 1895 in WOLA WIAZOWA + Maria Skorzewska b. 1858, the daughter of Jan Skorzewski b. 1821 in JEDLEC, and Malwina RUDNICKA.
The granddaughter of Jozef Skorzewski b. ca 1790, m. Jozefa Gertruda Katarzyna Skorzewska nee NIEMOJEWSKA, b. 1801, the daughter of Makary NIEMOJOWSKI, b. ca 1760 + Ewa PRUSKA; the granddaughter of Prokop Niemojowski b. 1712 + Rozalia Roza LIPSKA b. ca 1716
{the daughter of Stanislaw Lipski, died 1729 + Joanna BARTOCHOWSKA};
the great-granddaughter of Jan Niemojowski, 1680-1729 + Urszula Kozminska.

Above Jozef Skorzewski b. ca 1790, was the son of Jozef Ignacy Skorzewski, b. 1757 in Komorze close to the Sroda Wielkopolska, died ca 1809 {he leased Raszkow from my family, Helena Kiedrzynska of Jedlno} + 1st Magdalena Sierakowska + 2nd Helena Lipska, 1766 - 1832, the daughter of Jan Lipski, 1739 - 1832 + Marianna KOZMINSKA; the granddaughter of Prokop Lipski b. ca 1699, d. 1758.

Above Jozef Ignacy Skorzewski, b. in 1757 in Komorze, was the son of MICHAL Skorzewski, 1707 - ca 1789 in Komorze, buried in Pyzdry + Ludwika Hutten-Czapska.
Michal was the son of Crown General-major Andrzej Tomasz Skorzewski, Count, b. in 1674 in Wargowo, in the Oborniki County, d. 1740. Andrzej Tomasz was the son of Gabriel Skorzewski.

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Stara Hancza of Grabowski and Tomasz Swiatopelk-Mirski. Swiedziebnia of Nostitz-Jackowski, Swiatopelk-Mirski, Rodys, Findensein. Smilowice, Golaszewo and Wola Nakonowska close to Chocen - Dabie and Lubraniec: Walesa, Dabski, Wezyk, Zieleniewski, Findensein, and the family branch of Stanislaw Radziwill born 1722, with Miezonka, Ostrow Wielkopolski, Golaszewo - Dabie. The Russian intelligence network.

Broel-Plater and Catherine the Great in Kraslava, Stara Hancza, Wielichowo, Prochy, Petrykozy, Bialaczow, and Osiecz Wielki close to Chocen:

Julia Pawlowna Bobrynska / Julia Broel - Plater, Golabek - Jezierska, nee Bobrinski / Bobrynska, 1823 - 1899, married Waldemar Golabek-Jezierski Count, b. 1822, died 1855 in Warsaw.
Julia 1st married Waldemar Golabek - Jezierski in 1851; Waldemar was born in 1822. They had a son Aleksander Golabek - Jezierski.
Julia BOBRZYNSKA JEZIERSKA b. 1823, the 2nd time married Cezar August Broel - Plater in 1859.

Cezar / Cezary August Plater was born on September 8, 1810, in Wilno or in Dusetos or was born as Cezary Augustus in 1808, died in 1877, a brother of
Wladyslaw PLATER, has already been mentioned in association with Emilia PLATER.

Above Count Cezary Augustus PLATER (1808/1810 in WILNO - 1877 in GORA), a brother of Wladyslaw, has already been mentioned in association with Emilia Plater. At the time of Emilia's illness he proceeded to Warsaw where he signed "the access to the insurrection by the the citizen's of the province of Vilna", and two days later was elected as a Member of Parliament.
In Paris he established the Lithuanian Society and was a great help to Poles who had emigrated to France, making representations to the French Government on their behalf.
After returning to Poland he became active in Poznan politics for 25 years.

Wielichowo - 4 km north-east to PROCHY - for almost 200 years, formed a large Bishops key, which was under the lease.
Weronika's [Grabowska nee Scipio of Stara Hancza] daughter was Ludwika Broel-Plater, 1799 in Cracow - 1873, m. in 1816; d. in 1873 in Prochy in the KOSCIAN / Kosten County in the 19th century.
Prochy is a village in the Wielichowo commune, within Grodzisk Wielkopolski County, at way from Wielichowo and Wolsztyn, 4 km south of Rakoniewice, 3 / 4 kilometres [south-west] west of Wielichowo, 14 / 16 km south of Grodzisk Wielkopolski; 16 / 17 km south to Zdroj -
compare Colonel Jozef NEYMAN;
9 km south-west to KOWALEWO.

Ludwika Grabowska m. Count Adam Antoni Onufry Broel-Plater, 1790 - 1862,
the son of
Count August Hiacynt Broel-Plater and Anna Rzewuska.

August Jacek Hieronim Broel-Plater / August Hiacynt, 1745-1803, was the son of
Konstanty Ludwik Broel-Plater, 1722 - 1778 in Kraslaw / Kraslava,
the grandson of
Jan Ludwik Broel-Plater, ca 1680 / 1690 - 1736 + Rozalia BRZOSTOWSKA.
The great-grandson of
count Johann Andreas Heinrich Broel-Plater / Jan Andrzej Henryk Broel-Plater, ie. Jan Andrzej Henryk Plater, 1626 - 1696 + Louise Maria von Grotthuss / Ludwika Maria Broel-Plater Grothus, died in 1720,
the daughter of
Hildebrand Heinrich von Grotthus, and Anna Sibylla von Behr.

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, the son of Witold Broel-Plater, landowner + Ludwika Czarnecka.
The grandson of Count Wiktor Maria Ignacy Broel-Plater, 1843-1911 + Css Aleksandra Maria Helena Potocka, 1863-1918;
the great-grandson of
Count Wilhelm Ignacy Broel-Plater, 1791-1854;
Witold Leopold Jan Potocki, 1837-1885;
Idalia Adelajda Sobanska, 1808-1891
[the daughter of Michal Sobanski b. 1755, and Wiktoria ORLOWSKA; Michal Sobanski had a daughter Michalina Sobanska (Gizycka) b. 1789.
The granddaughter of Kajetan Sobanski, 1722 - 1798];
Maria Gizycka, 1827-1914.

The great-great-grandson of
Count Jozef Antoni Wilhelm Broel-Plater, 1750-1832 + Teresa Abramowicz, 1754-1826;
the great-great-great-grandson of
Wilhelm Jan Plater, the judge in Inflanty, lived in 1715-1769 in Vilnius + Petronela Nagurska, 1720-1790;
the great-great-great-great-grandson of
Jan Wilhelm Plater, 1676 - 1757,
who was the son of
Daniel Broel-Plater and Eufemija Dorothea von dem Broele Plater.
Jan Wilhelm b. 1676, was the husband of Joanna PODBERESKA, and Helena Filipina OGINSKA - her mother nee Koziell-Poklewska.
Elena Filipina OGINSKA b. ca 1694 in Mogilev by Dniepr river.
Elena Filipina OGINSKA was the sister of Michal Antoni Oginski b. 1696 in Stakliskes - 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.

Above Daniel Gotard Plater, b. ca 1645, d. in 1717.

Jacek Plater of Osiecz Wielki come from Wilhelm Ignacy Broel-Plater, b. 1791 in Pinsk, d. 1854, the son of Jozef Antoni Wilhelm Broel-Plater, b. in SZADEK in 1750.

Jozef 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.

Note to named Helena Filipina Oginska:

Daniel-Gotard Broel-Plater, d. in 1717, m. 1st to Ludwika Wollowicz (d. in 1668);
m. 2nd to Euphemia Dorothea von Offenberg (d. aft. 1739).

Daniel's children by 1st marriage:
1)
Kazimierz Plater, d. 1710 / 1712;
2)
Michal, d. 1710 / 1712;
Daniel had with 2nd wife:
3)
Piotr Plater, d. in Sweden, m. to von Puttkamer;
4) Jan Wilhelm (1676 - 1757), m. 1st Pss Helena Filipina Oginska (d. in 1739); m. 2nd Joanna Podberoska / Podbereska.

Jan Wilhelm had children:
1) Rozalia Albertyna, a nun, d. 1743;
2)
Wilhelm Broel-Plater, b. ca 1700, d. in Wilno in 1769, m. Petronela Nagorska (d. in 1790).

Above Jan Wilhelm (1676 - 1757)
was the son of
Daniel-Gotard, b. ca 1640/1645, d. in 1717, m. 1st Ludwika Wollowicz (d. in 1668), m. 2nd Euphemia Dorothea von Offenberg (d. aft. 1739);

the grandson of
Andreas Wilhelm Plater, b. ca 1600, d. in 1664, m. 1st in Warsaw in 1640 to Anna Elisabeth von Tettau, m. 2nd to Jadwiga Naruszewica / NARUSZEWICZ

[Andreas Wilhelm b. maybe ca 1600, died in 1664 had 3 brothers:
1) Andreas, d. aft. 1661, m. Jadwiga Naruszewicz;
2) Heinrich, d. in 1644;
3) Gotthard, b. maybe 1630, m. Hedwig Elisabeth von Tiesenhausen (b. in 1652, d. in 1693 / 1694 in Tallinn / Reval).
Hedwig was married first to Otto Magnus von Essen, with:
Magdalena Elisabeth von Essen;
Christina Hedwig von Fersen;
Oto Magnus von Essen;
Helena Maria von Essen;
Georg Johann von Essen.

Johann Heinrich Andreas, b. in 1626, d. in 1696, the son of
Gotthard von Broele Plater, ca 1600 - 1664,
the grandson of
Heinrich III von dem Broele Plater / Henryk Broel-Plater / Henryk Plater, 1570 - bef. 1630;
the great-grandson of
Heinrich II von dem Broele Plater.

Above JOHANN [1626 - 1696] m. Louise Maria von Grotthuss (d. in 1720), ie. Johann Andreas Heinrich Broel-Plater / Jan Andrzej Henryk Broel-Plater, ie. Jan Andrzej Henryk Plater, 1626 - 1696 + Louise Maria von Grotthuss / Ludwika Maria Broel-Plater Grothus, died in 1720]

Above named Jan Wilhelm Broel-Plater (1676 - 1757) was the great-grandson of
Heinrich 3rd, b. ca 1570, m. Maria von Knorre,
who was the son of
Heinrich 2nd, b. maybe ca 1540, m. Magdalena von Tiesenhausen,
and the grandson of
Heinrich 1st, b. maybe ca 1500, m. Magdalena von Plate / Anna von Ascheberg;
and the great-grandson of
Friedrich BROEL-PLATER, b. maybe ca 1470, d. aft. 1533, m. 1st in 1492 to Dorothea Rese, m. 2nd in 1499 to Barbara von Ungern.

Above Helena Filipina Plater Broel nee Oginska, ie. Elena Filipina. b. ca 1694 in Mogilev, d. in 1739, the daughter of Leon Kazimierz Oginski and Konstancja Anna Koziell Poklewski.

ELENA OGINSKA m. Jan Wilhelm Plater, 1676 - 1757, the son of Daniel Broel-Plater and Eufemija Dorothea von Broele.

Mentioned Daniel Broel-Plater / Daniel Gotthard von dem Broele / Daniel Gotard Plater, ca 1640/1645 - 1717, was the son of Wilhelm von Broele Plater and Anna Elisabeth ie. Wilhelm = Andreas Wilhelm Plater, b. ca 1600, d. in 1664, m. 1st in Warsaw in 1640 to Anna Elisabeth von Tettau, m. 2nd to Jadwiga Naruszewica / NARUSZEWICZ.

Andreas Wilhelm b. maybe ca 1600, died in 1664 had 3 brothers:
1) Andreas, d. aft. 1661, m. Jadwiga Naruszewicz;
2) Heinrich, d. in 1644;
3) Gotthard, b. ?, m. Hedwig Elisabeth von Tiesenhausen.

Named Wilhelm von Broel-Plater died in 1664, was the son of Heinrich III von dem Broele Plater b. ca 1570.

Stanislaw Malachowski built industrial plants in Petrykozy, Ruda / Ruda Bialaczowska, Parczow.

In 1888, Bialaczow with the palace took Ludwik Broel-Plater, and his grandson Zygmunt Plater built a brickyard and sawmill in Petrykozy. Above Stanislaw Malachowski (1736 - 1809) the owner of Bialaczow and others estates in the Opoczno county. Before him Bialaczow belonged to Odrowaz, Kochanowski, Dembinski, then to Malachowski and Plater.

Above Count Zygmunt Broel-Plater, 1907-1980, was the son of
Edward Cezar Marian Broel-Plater born in 1871 in NIEKLAN in the KONECKI county and he died in 1958 + Janina Tyszkiewicz, b. 1877 in WAKA - d. 1928;
and the grandson of
Ludwik Kazimierz Alojzy Broel-Plater, 1844-1909;
and the great-grandson of
Cezar August Broel-Plater, 1810-1869 married to Stefania Malachowska, 1819-1852, the daughter of Ludwik Jakub Jan Malachowski, 1785-1856.

Mentioned Cezar August Broel-Plater or Cezary Plater, born in Wilno, died in 1869 in Gora close to SREM, insurgent in 1830.
The son of
Kazimierz Wladyslaw Broel-Plater, 1779-1819 in St Petersburg + Eleonora Apolinara Zaba, 1784-1847 in Wilno.

Above Kazimierz was the son of
Jan Broel-Plater, b. in 1759, d. in 1789, buried in Dusiaty, m. Anna Wollowicz.
The grandson of
Count Jan Ludwik Broel-Plater, 1720 - 1764 in Dusetos;
the great-grandson of count Fabian Xavier Broel-Plater / Fabian Ksavier von dem Broele Plater, 1679 - 1742;
the great-great-grandson of
count Johann Andreas Heinrich Broel-Plater / Jan Andrzej Henryk Plater, 1626 - 1696;
who was the son of Gotthard Broele Plater / Gotard Jan Broel-Plater, ca 1600 - 1664;
the grandson of Heinrich III von dem Broele / Henryk Broel-Plater, 1570 - bef. 1630;
the great-grandson of Heinrich II von dem Broele Plater.

The Kobylin-Borzymy commune included Kobylin-Cieszymy, that is a part of Kobylino; 7 km south-west to Jezewo Stare and west to Bialystok in PODLASIE.

It is the core of the Maleszewskis, among others - MALESZEWSKA Agnieszka, b. in Cieszymy in 1741.
MALESZEWSKA Marianna, the daughter of Jan Maleszewski b. ca 1710, older, and Zuzanna; Marianna b. in Jankowo in 1741.

MALESZEWSKI Jan, younger, was the son of Kazimierz Maleszewski and Malgorzata; Jan b. in Cieszymy / Kobylin-Cieszymy in January 1743.

MALESZEWSKI Jan, younger, the son of Kazimierz; Jan Maleszewski, born ca 1740 / January 1743 in Cieszymy.
Jan married Maria Wisniewska in 1771, in RACIAZEK, close to Ciechocinek.
Raciazek, 12 km east to Przybranowo - see SADOWSKI.

Maria Wisniewska Maleszewska was born in 1740 and they had a foster son Piotr Pawel Jan Maleszewski.
But Piotr Maleszewski was the son of Bishop Michal Jerzy Poniatowski b. 1736, d. 1794 in Warsaw, the Plock bishop in 1773, the Freemason.

MIRSKI Tomasz Teofil, b. 1788, d. aft. 1861 or in 1868, insurgent in 1831, MP, ie. MIRSKI Swiatopelk Tomasz Teofil m. 1st to Katarzyna Maleszewska, b. ca 1800, with the daughter Katarzyna Mirska, the lady of St Petersburg Royal Court.
Katarzyna Maleszewski b. ca 1800, maybe was the daughter to Piotr Maleszewski, b. 1767, and Jeanne Garran de Coulon b. 1784, before the 2nd wedding of Piotr.

Stara Hancza:
ca 1800, Weronika Scipio del Campo was lady-owner, b. bef. 1763, the daughter of Ignacy Pawel Scipio del Campo, 1728 - 1791.

Ignacy was the son of Jozef Scipio del Campo, ca 1705 - 1743, and the grandson of Jan Scipio and Teresa Jozefowicz.
JOZEF was the Lithuanian Marshal in 1739, MP, the Lida official. Jozef married Teresa Barbara Pac, born Radziwill, in 1728.
Teresa was born in 1714, in Berdyczow. They had 2 children, a son - Ignacy Pawel Scipio del Campo.

Ignacy b. 1728, m. Marianna Wodzicka b. ca 1730.

Weronika was the granddaughter of Piotr Wodzicki, the governor in Sacz, lived 1700-1770 + Konstancja Dembinska, 1700-1784.

Weronika was the great-granddaughter of
Teresa Lipska b. ca 1670

[the daughter of Jan Stanislaw Lipski, 1630-1683, the granddaughter of
Hieronim LIPSKI + Anna Taszycka.
Lipski Jan b. ca 1630, d. in 1683, the Czchow official, in Sacz, and in Perejaslaw, MP, Colonel.
Jan was the second son of Hieronim Lipski + Anna TASZYCKA.
Hieronim had the son Jan Stanislaw Lipski, ca 1630 - 1683, m. 1st in 1669 to Zofia Potocka;
Jan Stanislaw Lipski m. 2nd in 1677 to Katarzyna Anna Sapieha, died in 1699.
Jan Stanislaw Lipski had 4 children:
1. Pawel Lipski d. 1718;
2. Jan Szymon Lipski;
3. Teresa Lipska b. ca 1670, d. 1754 + Antoni Dembinski died in 1730.

Anna Dembinski (born Lipski) born ca 1640, was the sister of named Jan Stanislaw Lipski b. ca 1630.
Anna was the daughter of Hieronim Lipski b. ca 1610, and Anna Taszycki. Anna Lipska b. ca 1640, d. in 1672, married Stanislaw Konstanty Dembinski b. ca 1630, with a son Hieronim Dembinski.

4. Antoni Lipski died in 1718];

and Antoni Dembinski, the Cracow official, lived ca 1660 - 1730, the son of
Ludwik Dembinski, ca 1630 - 1687,
the grandson of Krzysztof Dembinski b. ca 1580.

Weronika Scipio del Campo b. ca 1763, m. Pawel Jan Grabowski ca 1780.
Pawel Grabowski with the Oksza coat of arms, the Wolkowysk official, 1761-1831,
the son of
General Michal Grzegorz Grabowski b. 1719 in Lithuania, d. 1799 in Cracow, and Ewa Karolina ZELENSKA b. 1742.

Michal's brother was Tomasz Marian Grabowski, b. 1720, d. 1771, the son of Stefan Grabowski and Teodora STRYJENSKA. Tomasz was the husband of Anna ROZYCKA and Dorota Ottenhauzen b. 1744.

Michal's second brother was Jan Jerzy Grabowski + Elzbieta Szydlowska. She was 2-voto Stanislaw August Poniatowski, the King of Poland-Lithuania.
Elzbieta had a son a son Stanislaw Grabowski, with new Topor coat of arms, b. in 1780 in Warsaw, died in 1845 in Warsaw, Secretary of Prime Minister of the Warsaw Duchy;
Stanislaw Grabowski m. 1st to Cecylia Dembowska, the daughter of Jozef Dembowski, 2nd to Css Julia Zabiello.

Michal's next brother Jozef Grabowski with great-great-granddaughter Teodozja Grabowska + Aleksander Oskierka.

Michal's sister Wiktoria Grabowska b. ca 1690 ? + ca 1710 to Faustyn Benedykt Kosciuszko b. ca 1660, the son of Aleksander Jan Kosciuszko, 1629-1711 + Teresa Denisowicz (Aleksander was the great-grandfather to General Tadeusz Kosciuszko);

Michal's last brother was Wojciech Grabowski].

Pawel Grabowski b. 1761, was the grandson of Stefan Grabowski, b. ca 1690, d. 1756, and Teodora STRYJENSKA.
The great-grandson of
Krystian Krzysztof Jerzy Grabowski b. ca 1660, died in 1711 + Katarzyna Oborska.
Krystian was the son of Jan Grabowski b. maybe ca 1630.

Weronika Grabowska had children:
Karolina Maria Larysz;
and Ludwika Broel Plater.

Weronika sold Stara Hancza in 1803 to Andrzej Mietlerski.

In 1813 - Duke Tomasz Bogumil Swiatlopelk-Mirski took Stara Hancza.
Duke Tomasz Mirski was a participant in the November Uprising, 1831, for which the tsarist authorities confiscated his property, which was put up for auction a few years later.
He was accused by Poles of treason; so let's see what happened?
In 1832 Tomasz Swiatopelk-Mirski returned from emigration and was closely connected with the imperial court in St. Petersburg.
His son becomes the godson of Emperor Nicholas I of Romanov.
The grandson is Russia's interior minister, but in 1905 this grandson is accused by Russian nationalists on a provocation known as Bloody Sunday.
Tomasz Swiatopelk-Mirski is also accused of defrauding funds bef. 1831.
After all, it was he, Tomasz Mirski, who commanded a 600-strong unit in 1831 and fought until September 1831.
However, his descendants are tied to the Germans from Saxony and Przasnysz - Swiedziebnia and Smilowice in the Chocen commune.
They are supporters of Edward Jurgens in 1858, and Gustaw Findeisen becomes a secret courier in 1862 and envoy of Leopold Kronenberg during the January Uprising in 1863-1864.

Above Weronika's [Grabowska nee Scipio] daughter was Ludwika Broel-Plater, 1799 in Cracow - 1873, m. in 1816; d. in 1873 in Prochy in the KOSCIAN / Kosten County in the 19th century.

Prochy is a village in the Wielichowo commune, within Grodzisk Wielkopolski County, at way from Wielichowo and Wolsztyn, 4 km south of Rakoniewice, 3 kilometres west of Wielichowo, 14 / 16 km south of Grodzisk Wielkopolski; 16 / 17 km south to Zdroj - compare Colonel Jozef NEYMAN; 12 km north-west to Wilkowo Polskie [Szoldrski - Poninski + Cagliostro; Kiedrzynska-Zamoyska in 1775].
Prochy belonged to Rozalia Kierski at the beginning of the 19th century; then to the Mielzynski family; Prochy with Pruszkowo Olendry owned Piotr Radonski; and ca 1870, Prochy was owned by Count Plater.

The sister of grandfather of Lech Walesa in the Chocen community:
Jozefa Gajewska (born Walesa), 1882 - 1925, had 8 siblings:
Rozalia Schmidt (born Walesa) of the Chocen community,
Wiktoria Beczka (born Walesa) and 6 others.
Jozefa WALESA married Walenty Gajewski b. 1879. Czeslaw Gajewski was born in 1913, to Walenty Gajewski and Jozefa Walesa.

Walenty Gajewski 2nd was born in 1879 or in 1868 in Wielichowo

[see:
Tomasz Gajewski b. 1844 in Mlynki, the Wagrowiec County, Greater Poland, was the son of Michal Gajewski

{Michal GAJEWSKI, b. ca 1804, d. 1871 in Karczewo, Grodzisk Wielkopolski County, 5 kilometres north-east of Kamieniec, 10 km east of Grodzisk Wielkopolski and 16 km north-east to WIELICHOWO, and in Wielichowo - the OWSIANY family. Close to Grodzisk Wielkopolski we have the Jozef NEYMAN clan}

and Weronika NOWAK
{b. ca 1809 in GLINNO, the Wagrowiec county - Mlynki, 5 km south to Glinno}.
Tomasz was the husband of Antonina Gajewski. Tomasz b. 1844, was the father of Peter Gajewski b. in POPOWO Koscielne - 10 km north to Glinno; Kazimiera Gajewska; Theodore Gajewski and Waleria Gajewska.

Tomasz b. 1844, was the brother of Marianna Krol; Anna Pilarska; Walenty Gajewski the 1st, b. ca 1841

{the father of Stanislawa Przykucka b. 1861 in SKOKI close to WAGROWIEC, and Franciszka Kiziorek b. 1864 in MLYNKI close to WAGROWIEC, and maybe Walenty Gajewski, the 2nd, b. 1879 or 1868 in Wielichowo - 15 km north-east to Przemet};

and also brother of Jan Franciszek Gajewski; Jozefa Januszewska b. 1842 in Mlynki, the Wagrowiec County - 16 km north to WRONCZYN - and 1 others].

Jozefa WALESA was born in 1882.

Ludwika Broel-Plater was born in 1799, to Pawel Jan Grabowski and Weronika Grabowska. Ludwika Grabowska d. in 1873. Ludwika Grabowska was born in Krakow, Poland, to and Weronika nee Scipio del Campo.
Ludwika married Count Adam Antoni Onufry Broel-Plater in 1816, with a son
Count Edward Jan Adam Broel-Plater.
Adam Antoni Onufry Broel-Plater, 1790-1862, landowner, zoologist, born in Kraslaw in the Dyneburg county, was the son of August Plater and Anna Rzewuska.

Anna Beydo Rzewuska (m. Broel-Plater) b. 1761, m. August Hieronim Broel-Plater; she d. in 1800, the daughter of
Stanislaw Ferdynand Rzewuski, b. 1737 + Katarzyna Karolina Radziwill b. 1740.
The parents of Katarzyna:
Michal Kazimierz Radziwill (Rybenko) b. 1702, d. 1762 + Urszula Franciszka Wisniowiecka, 1705 - 1753.

Stara Hancza,
there are ruins of a manor house surrounded by a landscape park from the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries. The manor house then belonged to Prince Swiatopelk Mirski, the patriot, senator of the Kingdom of Poland, the November Uprising insurgent in 1831, entrepreneur, who had fallen into disgrace at the end of his life for accusations of treason and fraud. The mansion often changed owners in the 19th century, but in 1813 Prince Bogumil Swiatopelk-Mirski was the owner.
At the turn of May and June 1831 passed through the Suwalki County on the march to Lithuania, General Antoni Gielgud. He freed Stara Hancza and Suwalki from enemies and left a few crews in Augustow, Sejny and Suwalki.
At that time, Tomasz Teofil Jan Swiatopelk Mirski, the owner of the Stara Hancza estate, the commander of the 600-strong unit, played an important role in the northern part of the Congress Kingdom until the end of September 1831.
The property of Stara Hancza [4 km south-east to Wizajny] had many owners:
the first was Stanislaw Lipnicki, a royal courtier.
Until 1803, it belonged to the counts Grabowski ie. the Old Hanczan estate belonged to Weronika Scipio m. Grabowska. In 1803, it was sold. In 1813, to prince Tomasz Teofil Bogumil Swiatopelk - Mirski.

Mirski in 1831 escaped abroad, but back to Russia in 1832, and Tomasz Teofil Bogumil Mirski m. 2nd to Marcjanna Nostitz-Jackowska [Swiedziebnia was her dowry].

Michal Jerzy Poniatowski b. 1736, d. 1794 in Warsaw, the Plock bishop in 1773, the Freemason, the son of Stanislaw Poniatowski, and Konstancja Czartoryska; the brother of the King Stanislaw August Poniatowski.
Bishop MICHAL Poniatowski had son Piotr Maleszewski [closest to Jozef KALASANTY Szaniawski, and Horodyski].
Piotr Pawel Jan Maleszewski, 1767-1828.
Michal Jerzy Ludwik Poniatowski, 1736-1794.

Katarzyna Mirska (Maleszewska) / Katarzyna Swiatopelk-Mirska, ca 1800 - ca 1822, m. in 1820, to prince Thomas Theophilus Jan Sviatopolk-Mirsky, as his first wife, and she was the mother to Katarzyna Swiatopelk-Mirska, 2nd, ca 1821 - 1879.

Above Katarzyna b. ca 1821, the 2nd, was the half-sister to Nikolay Ivanovich Prince Svyatopolk-Mirsky; prince Dmitriy Sviatopolk-Mirsky and Marjanna.

Duke Dymitr Swiatopelk-Mirski / Dimitry Swiatopelk-Mirski, b. in 1874 in Saint Petersburg, d. 1950 in Sibiu, Romania.
He m. 1st Marie Princess Sviatopolk-Mirski in 1898, Poltawa, ie. Maria de Bellegarde, d. 1920 in Chisinau, Moldova.
The 2nd marriage in 1921, in Sculeni, Rumunia, to Krystyna Radziejowska, 1888 - 1927;
3rd to Karolina Skopowska, in 1932, in Izvoare, Romania;
4th to Maria Andrias Sviatopolk-Mirski in 1936, Izvoare. Maria Andrias nee Septelice b. in 1898.

Dymitr, 1874-1950 was the son of Mikolaj Swiatopelk-Mirski, 1833-1898 ie. NIKOLAI Swiatopelk - Mirski, b. in Miastkow, d. in Mir;
the grandson of Tomasz Teofil Mirski, 1788-1868.

Compare Piotr Pawel Jan Maleszewski, b. 1767 in Warsaw, d. 1828 in Chatellerault. Piotr Pawel Jan Maleszewski / Maliszewski / Jean Woytynski, was the son of Michal Jerzy Ludwik Poniatowski, 1736-1794 + Maria Wisniewska b. ca 1740.

First marriage of Maleszewski with a beautiful Victoire Francoise Venture de Paradise, called "Egyptian", the representative of the then "Merveilleuses", gave him a number of concerns. They had a daughter born in Paris in 1794 - Victoire Clementine, later married Alfred de Laqueuille. In addition, his name wore two daughters of his wife, Adela Mortier and Olimpia Chodzko Leonardowa; after the death of his 1st wife in 1813 he married in 1816 to Jeanne, daughter of an old friend Jean Philippe Garran de Coulon.

Branch from Jean VENTURE d. 1660, Consul de Marseille in 1637;
his son Charles de VENTURE sieur de PARADIS;
grandson Jean Michel de VENTURE b. 1701 in Marseille;
the great-grandsons Jean Joseph de VENTURE and Jean Michel de VENTURE de PARADIS born 1739 Marseille
- his children:
1.
Unknown by name de VENTURE de PARADIS married to Jozef Sulkowski / Joseph SULKOWSKI born in 1770 in the Poznan province in Poland - died in 1798 in Cairo / Kair / Caire, Egypt:
the friend and aide de camp to Bonaparte, friend with Muiron, Vivant Denon, Carnot, Augereau, and Bourienne;
Captain, was wounded at the Battle of Arcole in November 1796 between French and Austrian forces, southeast of Verona during the War of the First Coalition, a part of the French Revolutionary Wars; shortly before his death, he married one of the daughters of Venture de Paradis, an old military interpreter on the Egyptian expedition; in 1798 in Cairo were murdered General Dupuy, and the Bonaparte's Aide-de-camp Joseph Sulkowski.
2.
Jeanne VENTURE de PARADIS 1774 - 1813 married to
a.
Ludwik / Louis MALESZEWSKI with children
Klementyna nee Maleszewska / Clementine MALESZEWSKI married to de LAQEILLE, and
Olimpia Maleszewska / Olympe MALESZEWSKI married to Leonard CHODZKO, b. 1800 - died in 1871;
b.
m. 2nd in 1810, Paris to Antoine Louis BREGUET, 1776 - 1858 with children:
A.
Louis Francois Clement BREGUET, 1804 - 1883, married to Charlotte Eugenie Caroline LASSIEUR, 1815 - 1889
with children:
Louise BREGUET, 1847-1930,
Antoine BREGUET, 1851-1882,
Madeleine BREGUET, 1853-1877;
B.
Louise Charlotte Clementine BREGUET, 1810 - 1887, married to Dr LIONNET.

Jeanne Maleszewska nee Garran de Coulon, was daughter of
Jean-Philippe Garran / Jean-Philippe Garran de Coulon / Jean Philippe GARRAN DE COULON who was b. April 10, 1749 or 29/04/1749 (born in Saint-Maixent on 19 April 1748), died on 10/12/1816 in PARIS - FRANCE (or 19-11-1816 / December 19, 1816); he was a French politician, was born in HAUTE-SAONE - FRANCE; Secretary of Henrion de Pansey in Paris; lawyer in 1789; member of the legislative in 1791; member of the Institute.

Jean Philippe Garran de Coulon, lawyer in Paris. Jean Philippe Garran de Coulon took part in the agitation preceding the meeting of the States General and was elected alternate member of the Third Estate of Paris. Member of the first and the second Paris Commune, he directed the Research Committee - the police, and presented the insurrection on 14 July 1789 as the member of conspiracy.

Maleszewski Piotr had known J. P. Garran de Coulon, who had daughters:
1. Jeanne Francoise Felicite GARRAN de COULON;
2. Felicite-Francoise GARRAN DE COULON.

Garran-Coulon, member of the Comite des Recherches was writing 'Report on the troubles of Santo Domingo'; Garran-Coulon, the left-leaning deputy wrote the report, noted on Oge affair in Saint-Domingue.
"...BORD appears to have gratuitously added Garran's name to a passage from the 'Proces-verbal des Electeurs' which described a group of unnamed Electors angrily denouncing Flesselles. ...".

Jeanne Francoise Felicite Garran de Coulon, wife of Pierre Jean Maleszewski, resident at rue du Pont de Lodi, and Felicity Francoise Garran de Coulon, widow of Baron Guillaume Garran de Coulon, residing at rue Cassette No. 28, organized her father's funeral.

Guillaume Garran de Coulon married to Felicite Francoise GARRAN COULON after 1800 in Paris. The title of Count for Guillaume Garran, captain of dragoons, was granted by patent on February 20, 1812.

"... Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels wrote in 1845:

The revolutionary movement which began in 1789 with the Cercle Social, whose main representatives were to be Leclerc and Roux, and which ended in Babeuf's conspiracy, gave birth to the communist idea which Buonarotti, friend of Babeuf, reintroduced into France after the Revolution of 1830.

This Social Circle aka Cercle Social was an organization founded in Paris in 1789, located at rue du Theatre Francois, No 4".

It was in the mold of a masonic lodge whose founder - Bonneville - claimed he was carrying on the mission of the Bavarian Illuminati. Bonneville in 1791 wrote in reference to Mirabeau's 1788 defense of the Bavarian Illuminati, and then Bonneville claimed he was carrying on the Bavarian Illuminati program in France:

"... This project (of the Illuminati) continues. Mr. Mirabeau was beautiful, noble and great; and since the very instant when [electoral] districts were summoned in May 1789 [for the Estates General], The Mouth of Iron, persevered with all its might their noble intentions, and never has abandoned the principles and promises of THOSE WHOSE NAME IS CURSED BY POSTERITY [i.e., the Illuminati]. ...".

The reputable specialist on the French Revolution, Mathiez, comments on this passage:
'Bonneville considered himself the heir who carried on the thought and work of Weishaupt'.

As Billington noted, 'Nicholas Bonneville was ... the decisive channel of Illuminist influence'.

"... Besides the Jacobins, the Cercle Social (Social Cercle) influenced the French Revolution. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels even credit the Social Cercle with the birth of the communist movement. ...
Other writers for the Social Cercle were
Claude Fauchet,
Bernardin de Saint-Pierre,
J. Ph. Garran de Coulon,
Groupil de Prefelne,
Chabroux,
and Restif.

Branson also mentions as Cercle Social members -
Jacques Godard and
Henri Bancal Desissarts (1750-1826), a Deputy in the Convention,
besides Condorcet,
Brissot. ...".

Stanislaw II August Poniatowski, King of Poland was brother of Michal Jerzy Ludwik Poniatowski b. 1736 in Gdansk, d. 1794 in Warsaw.
Michal Jerzy Ludwik Poniatowski was father of Piotr Pawel Jan Maleszewski, 1767 - 1828 who married 2nd time to Jeanne Garran de Coulon, but 1st time married to J. Venture de Paradis or Victoire Françoise Venture de Paradise.

Probably Piotr Maleszewski had a daughter
[Piotr Maleszewski was the son of Bishop Michal Jerzy Poniatowski, the Plock bishop in 1773, the Freemason. MIRSKI Tomasz Teofil, b. 1788, d. aft. 1861 or in 1868, insurgent in 1831, MP, ie. MIRSKI Swiatopelk Tomasz Teofil m. 1st to Katarzyna Maleszewska, b. ca 1800, with the daughter Katarzyna Mirska, 2nd, the lady of St Petersburg Royal Court]
Katarzyna Maleszewska b. ca 1800, m. Tomasz Swiatopelk-Mirski.

Probably Piotr Maleszewski, b. 1767 in Lautenburg, and Jeanne Garran de Coulon b. 1784, had the daughter before the 2nd wedding of Piotr to Jeanne.
This is obviously a hypothesis, but the genealogy of Katarzyna Maleszewska Mirska is not related to the Kobylin-Borzymy commune included Kobylin-Cieszymy in Podlasie.
Piotr Maleszewski was the father of Marie Therese Adelaide or Adela Mortier; Louise Victoire Clementine de Laqueuille and Olimpia Chodzko.
Piotr was married three times:
1st - Marie Adelaide Dumay;
3rd - Jeanne Garran de Coulon b. in 1784 [a couple in 1800 ?];
2nd - Jeanne Francoise Venture de Paradis b. in 1774 in Caire, Egipte, d. 1813 in Bourg-la-Reine.

Findeisen Gustaw Adolf (1834-1885), studied in Plock,
in 1857 moved home to Warsaw,
In 1858 closest associate to JURGENS, known Leopold Kronenberg at the meetings of Jurgens;
who send Gustaw abroad in 1862; in Paris told with the Hotel Lambert, and with Kraszewski in Dresden. In Wien told to Leon Sapieha and with his son A. Sapieha in Lviv.
Gustaw Findeisen counteracted the uprising and considered the uprising unnecessary. Back [in 1864 no any information on his life] to Paris until 1865, then in Warsaw with Leopold Kronenberg, who gave him a job at rail, and in 1872 Gustaw was a director of Warsaw Rail Network until 1883.
In 1883 Gustaw Findeisen moved home to Smilowice close to Chocen and to Kowal. Gustaw married Pelagia Rodys. Gustaw died in Smilowice, buried in Warsaw.
Smilowice in 1939 was in Germany, and Tadeusz Findeisen, the owner of Smilowice, refused German citizenship.
Andrzej was the son of Tadeusz Findeisen.
Krystyn Tadeusz Findeisen, acted in Polish underground during the 2nd World War.

Boleslawa SWIATOPELK-MIRSKA, 1831 - 1915, was the wife of Wilhelm Rodys, and the mother of Pelagia Findeisen. Pelagia married Gustaw Findeisen.
Gustaw Findeisen was twice married:
in 1867, in Lowicz, Pelagia Joanna Rodys, 1849-1875;
and 2nd time in May 1879, to Zofia Matylda WERNER,
the daughter {1857-1925} of Adolf Werner, 1833-1868, who was acted in ZGIERZ in the Agricultura Society, m. Zofia Felicja Scholtze, 1837-1911

{Adolf WERNER was the father of Zofia = Sophia Mathilde Natalie Schonfeld, b. 1857 in Karsznice, close to Lowicz - d. 1925, who was married twice:
1st to Gustaw Adolf Findeisen, and
the 2nd to Emil Schonfeld, 1854 - 1918}.

Findeisen Gustaw Adolf (1834-1885), the patriotic activist and railroad organizer. Born in Gostynin as the son of Karol, who had recently arrived from Saxony. Gustaw Findeisen owned Smilowice close to Chocen. Smilowice in 1633, belonged to Stanislaw Kretkowski; then to his daughter - Barbara Dorpowska + the governor of LOWICZ; Barbara's son - Michal Dorpowski b. ca 1675, was the last owner and Smilowice was taken by DAMBSKI until ca 1795.
After the death of Gustaw Findeisen in 1885, Smilowice was taken over [1885 - ca 1893] by Dss Boleslawa Swiatopelk-Mirska RODYS, b. 1831 in Swiedziebna in the Plock governorate;
Swiedziebna / Swiedziebnia was the dowry of her mother - Marcjanna Nostitz-Jackowska m. Swiatopelk-Mirska.
Bolesawa married in 1847 to Wilhelm Rodys. Boleslawa died in April 1915, in Warszawa, was the daughter of Tomasz Bogumil Jan Swiatopelk-Mirski, 1788-1861/1878 + Marcjanna Nostitz-Jackowska, 1807-1853;
the grandaughter of Franciszek Ksawery Swiatopelk-Mirski.

Tomasz Bogumil Jan Swiatopelk-Mirski 1788-1868, Duke in 1861, had a son Dmitrij Hariton Ruryk Miron who back to Russia in 1840, and in 1841 served at Caucasus.
Dmitrij's sister was Boleslawa Rodys, 1831 - 1915, the wife of Wilhelm Rodys, and she was the mother of Pelagia Joanna Findeisen.
Pelagia Joanna, b. 1849 in Lublin - died in 1875 in Smilowice close to CHOCEN.

Aleksander Juliusz Rodys b. ca 1860, m. Poplonska [Peplonska ?], with a son b. in 1889 in Warsaw, ie. Witold Rodys.
Aleksander Rodys was the son of Jakub Rodys younger, b. ca 1800, and the second wife Emilia Szwentner.
Aleksander was the grandson of Jan Rodys b. ca 1780.

Mentioned Karol Wilhelm Rodys = Wilhelm Rodys, b. in 1819 in Przasnysz, close to the Krasne estate of the Dukes KRASINSKI. He was German of Evangelical Augsburg Church of Przasnysz. In 1823 / 1825, Jakub Rodys and Ernest Dahl were the members of the parish supervision (parish college) in Przasnysz.
Wilhelm Rodys was the son [we have also mistake, that Wilhelm was the son of JAN RODYS b. ca 1795 ?] of Jakub Rodys OLDER of PRZASNYSZ, b. ca 1800
[the grandson of Jan Rodys b. ca 1780],
and the first wife Krystyna Wilhelmina Wilhelmann.
Wilhelm Rodys of Przasnysz was the husband of Boleslawa Wanda Swiatopelk-Mirska, b. 1831 in Stara Hancza in the Suwalki county.
Wilhelm RODYS was the brother of
Anna Rodys [b. ca 1820 in Przasnysz];
Emilia Rodys [b. ca 1826 in Przasnysz];
Jakub Rodys younger b. ca 1825 [m. Emilia Szwentner with a daughter
Aloysa Bistron / Alojza Bystro + Karol Bistron, with a daughter Teresa Bistron],
and Julianna Rodys [b. in Przasnysz].

We know that in 1868, Antoni Rodys m. 1st to Jozefa Gasiorowska.
Jozefa Gasiorowska, b. 1840 in Niestepow / Nowe Niestepowo, 9 km south-west to PULTUSK, or Niestepowo Wloscianskie, 1 km to above Nowe Niestepowo. Jozefa died in 1923. She was the daughter of Kazimierz GASIOROWSKI and Katarzyna Morawska.
Jozefa m. above Onufry Antoni Rodys = Antoni Rodys.
Above Antoni Rodys, b. 1847, d. 1868 in Warsaw, was the son of mentioned Wilhelm Rodys and his 1st wife Ludwika Konig, b. ca 1825.
Wilhelm Rodys b. in 1819 in Przasnysz, d. 1903 in Warsaw.
Wilhelm was the son of JAKUB RODYS or Jan Rodys.
Wilhelm's second wife was above Boleslawa Swiatopelk-Mirska RODYS, b. 1831 in Swiedziebna in the Plock governorate. Swiedziebna / Swiedziebnia was the dowry of her mother - Marcjanna Nostitz-Jackowska m. Swiatopelk-Mirska. Bolesawa married in 1847 to Wilhelm Rodys. Boleslawa died in April 1915.

In 1856 - 1863, Edward Jurgens, an official of the Internal Affairs Committee, died in August 1863 in Russian prison in Warsaw, was opposed to the student demonstrations in Warsaw, fought against "Red" movement of Jankowski and Kurzyna.
Edward Jurgens was a fugleman of "White" movement:
Andrzej Zamoyski, Tomasz Potocki, General LEWINSKI, Leopold Kronenberg, Kraszewski.

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

Wiktoria Zmichowska b. in 1820, m. Ludwik Lewinski, the owner of Rzeczyca close to Rawa - 1839, who was the brother of General Jakub Walenty Lewinski.
Wiktoria had a daughter Paulina Lewinska - she married Leon Grodzinski, an owner of Debowa Gora, a son of Ludwik Grodzinski, an owner of Olszowa, a member of the 1863 Uprising, exiled to Nerczynsk to 1870.

LEWINSKI Jakub Walenty (1792-1867), Polish General, the Frankist of Warsaw, bpt. in 1806 from name LEVY to Lewinski. In 1831 Jakub escaped to Elblag, back in 1832. 1833 in Paris; again in 1834 in Warsaw. Freemason in 1818. In 1861 - member of the town Council, in 1867 - in Paris with his next of kin, Narcyza Zmichowska b. 1819.

Wiktoria's sisters:
1.
Narcyza Zmichowska was the precursor of feminism in Poland. Born in Warsaw, 1819, died 1876, Warsaw, nickname Gabryella. Novelist, poet, educator, translator. She was the organizer of the movement - Enthusiasts; she was governess for the noble House of Zamoyski in 1838, and went with her employer to Paris, to her brother Erazm, Polish revolutionary, exiled after 1831; on his advice, she enrolled at the Bibliotheque Nationale;
after return to occupied Poland she became governess to four children of Stanislaw Kisielecki near LOMZA.
In Warsaw she met with other intellectuals, co-operated with Eleonora Ziemiecka, founded a group of Suffragettes in Warsaw in 1842 - 1849, was arrested by the Russians in Lublin and sentenced to three years in prison in 1849 for her membership in the delegalized 'Zwiazek Narodu Polskiego'; she was in Rzeczyca since January 1840 to July 1840, and then several times, eg. in February 1858.
She began a critical approach to Andrew Towianski.

Rzeczyce passed into the hands of Vincent Schwejcer (1859).
Wincenty Schwejcer took an active part in the fight for independence of Poland. He was one of the active organizers of the fight against the aggressors. He was the district chief of the National Central Committee in the district of Rawa; member of the Polish Union of Nation / Polish National Alliance, the secret leftist organization founded in Warsaw in 1839 by Vincent Mazurkiewicz, broken by the Russian police in 1843, but survived until 1850.
Mazurkiewicz was the emissary of the Polish Democratic Society, co-operated with Edward Dembowski and Henry Kamienski.

2.
Kornelia, m. Karol Glogier owner of Dobrochy close to Lomza, next of kin to Zygmunt Glogier, historian;
with 2 daughters:
a.
Wiktoria Lewinski (mistake ?) and
b.
Maria m. Roman Rostworowski, Count, an owner of Kowaleszczyzna close to Lomza.

3.
Wanda m. Wladyslaw Redl, General, with 6 children:
a.
Wanda Grodzinska and
b.
Zofia Klamborowska.

4.
Lilia m. to Jan Zaleski, Professor in Kalisz, persecuted in 1831;
Jan had 2 sons with 1st wife:
Adam Zaleski, a judge,
and Stanislaw Zaleski, solicitor, the 1863 Uprising, jailed in Jadryna, the Orenburg government.
Lilia had children:
Erazm, Jozef and Stefania Paprocka.

Wojciech Marek BARDZKI had parents:
Jan Bardzki died in 1724 + mother Helena Milaczewska d. 1724.
Brygida Bardzka married 1st to Owidiusz Wierusz Walknowski, before 1761, 2nd to Jakub Kiedrzynski junior, in 1767.
Her father Wojciech Marek Bardzki, 1699-1770, mother Helena Teresa Kozminska, 1706-1792.
Wojciech Marek Bardzki, 1699-1770 was the brother to
Stanislaw Bardzki born 1697;
Marianna Bardzka, 1707-1729;
elder brother Maciej Bardzki b. 1685;
Andrzej Bardzki, died in 1726;
Pawel Bardzki d. 1739 {see below};
Antoni Bardzki d. 1738;
Kazimierz Bardzki d. 1738;
Katarzyna Bardzka died in 1742.

Above named Pawel Bardzki, 1690-1739 + in 1732 to Anna Skorzewska, 1700-1745,
with the son
Colonel ANDRZEJ BARDZKI, 1730-1819 {the friend to Erasmus Mycielski !} + Marianna Marcjanna Krzyzanowska
with a son
Ignacy Wojciech Pawel Bardzki b. 1797 + Faustyna Sulimierska,
with children:
Jozef Bardzki, b. 1824; Kamilla Seweria Ignacja Bardzka; Kandyd Brunon Franciszek Bardzki; Romana Bardzka; Maksymilian Edward Bardzki.

Brygida Bardzka Walknowska + JAKUB Kiedrzynski had two daughters: Juliana Konstancja Kiedrzynska ARNOLD, b. 1770 / 1772-1811; and Petronela Pradzynska.

The opinions not completely true on Jurgens are from his collaborator Oskar Awejda.
Berg informed Edward Jurgens was the Jew. Jurgens was from Plock, and Edward, b. in 1827, studied here [Gustaw Findeisen studied in Plock ca 1850 - 1857], then in 1846 Edward Jurgens moved to Dorpat, in 1852 to Warsaw and worked in 1853 at the Internal Affairs Office. In 1853 Jurgens was living in home of Koelichen and next in the Szmidecki house, and here Jurgens orgainzed a group of followers known as MIODOGORA:
Wladyslaw Golemberski,
Adolf Pienkowski,
lawyers: Seweryn Markiewicz and Andrzej Wolff,
industrialists: Henryk Wohl and Ludwik Berendt,
builder Edward Kaplinski,
and the official of Treasury Commission - Gustaw Findeisen,
medical student Franciszek Sliwicki,
and talented Narcyza Zmichowska.
Jurgens fought the leading role of emigration and counteracted Mieroslawski.
In 1859, the "White" movement laid the project of the draft letter to the Emperor of Russia on raising back of the Warsaw Uniwersity.
But in the Kiev governorate acted
Ignacy Tomasz Piotr Otto - Trabczynski = Tomasz Trabczynski, b. 1836 in Zborow, close to BUSKO, d. in 1893 in Warsaw.
Ignacy Tomasz was the son of Jozef Kalasanty Otto Trabczynski
[1806 - 1858 in Gorki, the Kwidzyn County]
and
Tekla Kordula Mieczynska, b. in 1807 in Dalewice, the Proszowice County, d. 1888 in Warsaw. The daughter of Jan Kanty Dunin Mieczynski
{1763 - 1813, the son of Benedykt Dunin Mieczynski and Marianna RASZOWSKA}
and Ewa CHOMETOWSKA.

The grandson of
Walenty Otto Trabczynski b. 1756 in Gaj, the Cracow county, d. 1816 in Laski, the Warsaw West County + SLIWOWSKA.
The great-grandson of
JAKUB Trambczynski Otto b. ca 1730 + Antonina.

Ignacy Tomasz Trampczynski was the husband of Bronislawa SLIWOWSKA and the father of Maria Eleonora Garszynska
[1875 in Warsaw - 1941 in Niegardow, the Proszowice County, m. Bogdan Garszynski];
Tadeusz Dominik Otto Trabczynski
[b. 1876 in Warsaw];
and Jozef Ludwik Aniol Otto Trabczynski
[1873 in Warsaw, d. 1941 in Niegardow, m. Maria Kazimiera Stepkowska, and the father to
Maria Sadowska {b. 1905, m. Jerzy Sadowski died in 1942 in the Atlantic Ocean and the mother of Maciej Sadowski b. 1936, with a son Jerzy SADOWSKI b. ca 1963 ?}].

Tomasz Trabczynski in Kijow in 1859 co-operated with Lieutenant J. Wisniewski, Tadeusz Zielinski, Sniechowski, Wasniewski, J. Zielinski, Weresza, Baranowski, Zachowski, Wyczalkowski, Zuberbier, Kosciubski, Lange, Chmielinski, Lisikiewicz.

Jurgens wanted to implement the Wielopolski political platform. But Jurgens was jailed in Warsaw in February 1863, and killed by Russians here in August 1863.


Maciej Walesa, born ca 1680, died in February 1737 in Katy, close to Wilkowyja,
had probably two sons:
1.
Stanislaw Walesa, OLDER, ca 1730-1784, married in 1754 in Walkow;
2.
Wojciech Walesa, born in 1724, d. 1800 in Nowa Wies, married in 1760 in Rozdrazew.

Mentioned
Stanislaw Walesa, OLDER, ca 1730-1784, married in 1754 in Walkow, to Marianna Kostuj, died in 1779.
Stanislaw [older] was the son of
Maciej Walesa, born ca 1680, died in February 1737 in Katy, close to Wilkowyja, married before 1717 to unknown Dorota, d. 1764 in Galew, close to Walkow.

Stanislaw Walesa [younger], born in 1775 in Nowa Wies, married in 1796 in Rozdrazew, to Agnieszka born in 1783.
Stanislaw's [younger] parents:
Wojciech Walesa, born in 1724, d. 1800 in Nowa Wies, married in 1760 in Rozdrazew, to Agata born in 1731.

Mentioned Wojciech Walesa was married in 1760 in Rozdrazew, to Agata born in 1731.
WOJCIECH Walesa [1724-1800] was probably the son [?] to Maciej Walesa [ca 1680 - 1737 in KATY close to Wilkowyja].
Maciej Walesa, b. ca 1680, died in February 1737 in Katy, close to Wilkowyja, married before 1717 to unknown Dorota, d. 1764 in Galew, close to Walkow.
Walkow is a village in the Kozmin Wielkopolski community, within the Krotoszyn County, Greater Poland, 7 kilometres north of Kozmin Wielkopolski, 23 km north of Krotoszyn, and 70 km south-east of Poznan. WALKOW - 9 km west to Dobrzyca.

Stanislaw Walesa, YOUNGER, born in 1775 in Nowa Wies, married in 1796 in Rozdrazew, to Agnieszka born in 1783. Stanislaw's parents:
Wojciech Walesa, born in 1724, d. 1800 in Nowa Wies, married in 1760 in Rozdrazew, to Agata born in 1731.
WOJCIECH [1724-1800] was maybe the son [?] to Maciej Walesa [ca 1680 - 1737 in KATY close to Wilkowyja].

Maciej Jankowski, ca 1717-1782, m. in 1744 to Agnieszka Walesa, ca 1724 - 1746;
Maciej Jankowski, m. second in 1746 to Apolonia, ca 1716-1786.

Agnieszka Walesa, b. 1724 in Galew, close to Walkow, as the daughter of mentioned Maciej Walesa, b. ca 1680, d. 1737 in Katy, close to Wilkowyja, m. bef. 1717 to Dorota d. 1764 in Galew.

Maciej b. ca 1680, had children:
1.
Bartlomiej Walesa, b. ca 1733.
2.
Stanislaw Walesa OLDER, ca 1730-1784, married in 1754 in Walkow, to Marianna Kostuj,
with children:
2a.
Michal Walesa, b. aft. 1770, died in 1796;
2b.
Maciej Walesa, b. ca 1773, and was married in 1800 in Walkow, to Marianna Dadek, b. 1777
[maybe Tomasz Walesa was his grandson:
Franciszka Walesa (nee Cicha) was born in 1836, in Dobrzec. Franciszka married Tomasz Walesa in 1860, and Tomasz was born in 1835, in Koscielna Wies];
2c.
Walenty Walesa b. ca 1771 / 1773
[or 1773 with nick-name GRZEGORZ Walesa m. Zofia]
- see genealogy of President Lech Walesa of the CHOCEN community and Wloclawek - Lipno - SOBOWO, 4 km to the estate of Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski, younger.

Lech Walesa's ancestors moved home [during a period bef. 1717 / 1754] from the Wilkowyja parish [but in KATY until 1737; named Wilkowyja lies 21 km north to Dobrzyca] to Galew [1764] and Walkow [1754 in Walkow].
GALEW lies at half way from DOBRZYCA to Walkow.
WALKOW is situated 9 km west to Dobrzyca, 7 kilometres north of Kozmin Wielkopolski, 23 km north of Krotoszyn.

And next step was from Galew to the Chocen community, to the Dambskis estate, Golaszewo close to Wola Nakonowska, bef. 1803 - south to WLOCLAWEK.

Chocen - Kowal and the Myszkowskis:

Jozef Myszkowski, b. ca 1745, d. aft. 1780/1825,
the owner of Kurowo - 3 km north-east to Szewo Male - in the KLOTNO parish;
and of Szewo [Szewo Male] - 17 km south-east to Chocen - in the Klobka parish - 6 kilometres north-west of Lubien Kujawski, 23 km south of Wloclawek.
Jozef m. in 1772 in Boguslawice, 10 km north-west to SZEWO in the Kowal parish, to Marianna Rozalia Komecka b. 1746 in Boguslawice, d. 1825 in Myszki, the Szewo parish.
Marianna was the daughter of Stefan Komecki and Wiktoria Waxman b. ca 1715.

Kurowo, 10 km south-east to KOWAL.

Jozef had a son, Stanislaw Myszkowski b. ca 1772, d. in 1826, in the KLOBKA parish, the owner of Szewo, leased Wilkowice, in the Grabkowo parish; in 1821 Stanislaw leased Wilkowiczki, and in 1837 - the owner of Szewc Wielki and Szewc Maly.
Stanislaw m. 1st bef. 1810 to Malgorzata Dambska b. 1778 in Wilkowice, the daughter of Stanislaw Dambski b. 1724, d. in 1802 in Wilkowice, buried in Lubraniec, MP;
the granddaughter of
Tomasz DAMBSKI, died in 1748, and of Marianna Kolczynska.

Stanislaw Myszkowski m. 2nd to Barbara Zaremba, b. ca 1795, lived aft. 1818 in Szewo.

NISZCZYCE - 12 km south-east to KOLCZYN, 11 km south-east to GOZDOWO.

The great-grandmother of Lech Walesa by the female side was born in Kamionki, the Plock county, bpt. in Biala in 1838. Lech Walesa b. in 1943, as the son of Boleslaw Walesa and Feliksa Kaminska.

KAMIONKI - the Plock County, 4 kilometres north of Biala, 10 km north of Plock, 9 km south to KOLCZYN.

Lech Walesa's father Boleslaw Walesa, b. 1907 in Sobowo
[6 kilometres west of Brudzen Duzy, 23 km north-west of Plock, and 118 km north-west of Warsaw. 13 km south to TLUCHOWO],
d. 1945, but Lech's ancestors were living south to Wloclawek, in the Chocen community: Filipki, Wola Nakonowska and Golaszewo of the DAMBSKI family - in the 30' of the 19th century the Dambskis were living in DABIE, too.

DABIE:
here we got the line to Michal WEZYK who was the son of Piotr Jan Ignacy Adam Wezyk (1774-1816) + Stanislawa Kostka Zieleniewska (d. 1810).

Boleslaw Walesa, 1907-1945, was the son of Jan Walesa born in 1873, in Wola Nakonowska.

President Lech Walesa born in Popowo close to Lipno, as the son of Feliksa Kaminska Walesa, died in USA + Boleslaw Walesa b. in 1907 in MICHALKOWO close to Lipno and Wloclawek, d. June 1945 in Popowo close to LIPNO.
Boleslaw Walesa was the son of Jan Walesa the 3rd and Helena Jozefa GLONEK.

Boleslaw Walesa, 1907 - 1945.

Jan Walesa was born in 1873, in Wola Nakonowska, in the Wloclawek county.
Jozefa Glonek was born in 1879, in Filipki, 4 km south-west to Wola Nakonowska, and 6 km north-east to CHOCEN.

Jan Walesa the 3rd had a brother -
Wincenty Jakub Walesa, b. ca 1879 in Nakonowska Wola / Kleinnakel,
close to Nakonowo, Golaszewo, Czerniewice. Here the Walesas living at present. In the CHOCEN community.
It lies 14 kilometres south of Wloclawek, 8 km north-east to CHOCEN; 4 km west to KOWAL!

Wincenty Jakub Walesa died in 1967 in Wloclawek.

Boleslaw Walesa was the grandson of Mateusz Walesa b. ca 1845/1850 + Franciszka OCALEWSKA.
Mateusz Walesa and Wocalewska / Ocalewska were living in Nakonowska Wola.

Lech Walesa's father Boleslaw Walesa, b. 1907 in Sobowo, d. 1945.
Mother of named Boleslaw Walesa:
b. 1879 in Smilowice = Smilowic, the Chocen community, 3 km north-west to Filipki; 5 km west to Wola Nakonowska; 5 / 6 km north to CHOCEN; 15 km south of Wloclawek.

Jan Walesa 3rd, b. 1873 in Wola Nakonowska close to Chocen, and Jan's wife was born in 1879 in Filipki, the Smilowice parish.
Jan Walesa was living in Michalkowo, the Lipno County, and in 1916 in Popowo, the Lipno county.
Jan Walesa 3rd had sibilings:
Konstanty Walesa
and Wincenty Jakub Walesa
[Wincenty, b. ca 1879 in Nakonowska Wola, d. 1967 in Wloclawek,
the son of named above
Mateusz Walesa, b. ca 1845/1850 + Franciszka Wocalewska or OCALEWSKA,
born in 1852].

Mateusz Walesa b. ca 1845 / 1850,
was the son of
Michal Walesa b. 1803/1805, and Katarzyna Brylinska.

Mateusz Walesa b. ca 1845 in Wola Nakonowska.

Michal Walesa b. 1803 / ca 1805,
was the son of
Walenty Walesa, ca 1771-1815, married in 1791 in Walkow, to Marianna Pawula, ca 1766-1813;
the grandson of
Stanislaw Walesa, OLDER, ca 1730-1784, married in 1754 in Walkow, to Marianna Kostuj, died in 1779;
the great-grandson of
Maciej Walesa, born ca 1680, died in February 1737 in Katy, close to Wilkowyja, married before 1717 to unknown Dorota, d. 1764 in Galew, close to Walkow.
Walkow is a village in the Kozmin Wielkopolski community, within the Krotoszyn County, Greater Poland, 7 kilometres north of Kozmin Wielkopolski, 23 km north of Krotoszyn, and 70 km south-east of Poznan.
GALEW, at half way from DOBRZYCA to Walkow.

MICHAL Walesa b. 1803 or ca 1805 in Golaszewo, and his wife KATARZYNA, 1815-1867, b. in Wola Nakonowska, died in Kowal.
Michal Walesa, 1803/1805 - 1880, married the 1 st in 1828 in Walkow, to Elzbieta Janiec, 1801-1897,
with:
Marcjanna Walesa, 1829-1897;
Magdalena b. 1833;
Jozefa b. 1835;
Pawel Walesa b. 1838;
Franciszka b. 1840.

MATEUSZ WALESA was living in Nakonowska Wola in 1879. Mateusz Walesa b. ca 1845 / 1850, was the son of Michal Walesa b. 1803/1805, and his 2nd wife, ca 1844, Katarzyna Brylinska.
Mateusz Walesa b. ca 1845 in Wola Nakonowska.

MICHAL Walesa b. 1803 or ca 1805 in Golaszewo, m. his 2nd wife KATARZYNA, 1815-1867, b. in Wola Nakonowska, died in Kowal.

GOLASZEWO - lies 5 kilometres north-west of Kowal, 12 km south of Wloclawek, 2 km north to Wola Nakonowska.

3.
Marianna Walesa, ca 1727-1794 m. in 1747 in Walkow, to Franciszek Filip, died in 1749, 2nd she was married in 1749 in Walkow, Jakub Dlugi vel Filip, ca 1725-1793;
4.
Agnieszka Walesa, ca 1724-1746, m. in 1744 in Walkow, to Maciej Jankowski, ca 1717-1782;
5.
Leon Walesa, b. ca 1722.

Siblings of named Agnieszka b. 1724:

Walenty Walesa b. ca 1717, married in 1742 in Walkow;
Mateusz Walesa vel Kalowy, ca 1719-1786;
Leon Walesa b. ca 1722;
Marianna Walesa, ca 1727-1794, m. Franciszek Filip; 2nd she was married to Jakub Dlugi vel Filip, ca 1725-1793;
Stanislaw Walesa, ca 1730-1784, married in 1754 in Walkow, to Marianna Kostuj died in 1779;
Bartlomiej Walesa b. ca 1733.

Above Maciej Walesa d. in 1737 in Katy, close to Wilkowyja; married bef. 1717 to Dorota died in 1764 in Galew, close to Walkow.
They had oldest sons:
Walenty Walesa b. ca 1717, m. 1742 in Walkow, to Agnieszka;
Mateusz Walesa vel Kalowy, ca 1719-1786, married in 1745 in Walkow, to Marianna, ca 1719-1789.

Katy - 3 km north-west to WILKOWYJA. South to ZERKOW. 19 km north-west to MAMOTY and CZERMIN.


On many of my pages I have made a mistake.
Now, on 10 September 2020, I check this error.
It was the Emperor Nicholas I, Tsar of Russia who was the godfather of Nicholas Ivanovitch Sviatopolk-Mirski, 1833 - 1898.
Now I am correcting this error. It should be written:
Mikolaj / Nicholas Ivanovitch Sviatopolk-Mirski 1833 - 1898; a godson of Tsar Nicolas Ist,
and he was "aide de camp" of the Tsar, General-Adjutant 1874 (1877-1878 war), the member of the State Council of Imperial Russia in 1898; and in 1881-1898 The Don Cossack chief; he died at his estate Mir.

Genealogy:
Franciszek Ksawery SWIATOPELK-MIRSKI, b. ca 1760, married to Katarzyna Badowska, 1764 - 1843; they had the son Tomasz Bogumil Swiatopelk - Mirski, 1788, d. 1868, m. Marcianna / Marianna Nostitz-Jackowska.
Marianna was the daughter of Jan Nepomucen Ksawery Nostitz-Jackowski, married 2nd to Petronela nee Drywa-Zakrzewska in 1804, born 1776 / 1780.

Jan Nepomucen Ksawery Nostitz-Jackowski was the son of Marianna Kczewski / Marcianna Antonie Barbara Nostitz-Jackowska Kczewska + Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski.

Above Tomasz Bogumil Jan Swiatopelk-Mirski 1788-1868, Duke in 1861, had also the son
Dmitrij Hariton Ruryk Miron back to Russia in 1840, 1841 served at Caucasus; Dmitrij Hariton Ruryk Miron = Dmitri / Dmitry Ivanovich / Dmitrij, born in 1824 or 1825 - d. 1899, Infantry General;
and the grandson
Pyotr Dmitrievich Svyatopolk-Mirsky (1857 - 1914), the governor of Penza and Vilna governments, the Minister of Interior of Russia [in 1905].

Maria Izabella Nostitz Jackowska was born ca 1850, to Aleksander Nostitz Jackowski and Marianna Teofila Nostitz Jackowska (born Maria Wybicka), b. 1825 or 1826 in PIETOWO / PIETKI.
Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski JUNIOR, b. Nov. 1821, d. 1910, was the son of mentioned Jan Nepomucen Ksawery Nostitz-Jackowski and Anna TUCHOLKA.

Nicholas I / Nikolay I Pavlovich, b. 1796, d. 1855, "reigned as Emperor of Russia in Dec. 1825 - 1855. He was also the King of Poland and Grand Duke of Finland. He was the third son of Paul I and younger brother of his predecessor, Alexander I."

Aleksandryna Potocka [of Berezyna - Lubuszany estate of the Potockis] became friends with her cousin, Eliza Branicka, the later Eliza was the wife of Zygmunt Krasinski, in 1835 until 1876. Miss Potocka formally remained under the care of Tsar Nicholas I. Around 1836, she became the lady of the imperial court [see above on Kalinowski - Branicki fate in 1840 !]. On her marriage with her cousin August Potocki from Wilanow recalled Jadwiga Dzialynski Zamoyska years later.

Nicholas I m. Alexandra Feodorovna (Charlotte of Prussia) in 1817.

Konstantin Friedrich Peter von Oldenburg, 1812-1881, m. Therese Wilhelmine Friederike Isabella Charlotte von Nassau, 1815-1871, with children:
1.
Alexandra Friederike Wilhelmine von Oldenburg, m. Nikolaj Nikolajewitsch of Russia [Mikolaj Mikolajewicz Romanow], 1831-1891.
Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia / Nicholas Nicolaievich the Elder, 1831 - 1891, was the third son of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia and Alexandra Feodorovna. Field Marshal and the commander of the Russian army of the Danube in the Russo-Turkish War, 1877-1878; they had a son: Peter Nikolajewitsch, 1864-1931.
2.
Alexander Friedrich Konstantin von Oldenburg, 1844-1932, with son Peter Friedrich Georg von Oldenburg, 1868- 1924;
3.
Konstantin Friedrich Peter von Oldenburg, 1850-1906 m. in 1882, Agrippina Djaparidse / Agrippina JAPARIDZE, 1855-1926,
with daughter Alexandra von Oldenburg, Grafin von Zarnekau, 1883-1957.

Eugene's ARMAND of Moscow brother - Emil E. ARMAND

[both were the sons of Maria Wilhelmina Paszkowska married Armand ca 1840, and the grandsons of General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski, the friend of General Tadeusz Kosciuszko sent];

Emil Armand married to Zofia Hacker / Sophia nee Osipovna Hecke (Hakker, Hacker, Hekke) from Estonia.
They had six children:
LEW ARMAND / Leo (1880 - 1942) married Japaridze-Saparov, ie. Saparova Tamara Arkadevna, m. 1st Japaridze,
married 2nd to Leo Emilievich ARMAND.
Saparov Arkady (1854 - before 1921), was married to Varvara Maypariani with named above daughter, Tamara Arkadevna SAPAROV married 1st to Ivan Konstantinovich Japaridze, and TAMARA SAPAROV - JAPARIDZE was 2nd married to Lev ARMAND / Lion Emilievich Armand (Inessa Armand relatives - see LENIN and Anna Konstantynowicz nee Armand).

Ivan Iaparidze was the son of Constantine Japaridze / Constantin Japaridze / Konstantyn (Ivan b. ca 1860; his father Konstantyn died in 1860 !) from the upper Racha region of Georgia.
Ivan Japaridze b. ca 1860, had sister Agrippina, Countess von Zarnekau, b. 1855, nee Agrippina Constantines Japaridze,
and Ivan Japaridze's parents were
Constantine 1st Japaridze and Melania Japaridze; named father Constantine died 1860.

Grand Duke Michael Nikolaevich b. 1832, the fourth son of Tsar Nicholas I, died in Cannes on 18 December 1909; the funeral was in Russia; Field Marshal.
Mentioned
Nicholas I, Tsar of Russia was partner of Countess Olga Kalinowska
[see 1840 in St Petersburg; Trubecki, Konstantynowicz, Oginski and Wola Pszczolecka]
but she happened to be the mistress of Tsarevitch Alexander, the son of Tsar Nicholas I.
Olga was pregnant by either the Tsarevitch or his father Nicholas I. On 10 October 1848 or in 1849 Olga gave birth to Prince Bogdan or Michael-Bogdan - Oginski by name and Romanov by gene.

Alexandra Friederike Wilhelmine von Oldenburg, m. Nikolaj Nikolajewitsch of Russia, 1831-1891. Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia / Nicholas Nicolaievich the Elder, 1831 - 1891, was the third son of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia and Alexandra Feodorovna. Field Marshal and the commander of the Russian army of the Danube in the Russo-Turkish War, 1877-1878.

George III of the United Kingdom
and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz had a son Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge who married to
Auguste Wilhelmine Luise von Hessen-Kassel, b. 1797,
the daughter of
Frederick III of Hessen-Kassel / Friedrich III von Hessen- Kassel, born in 1747.

Charlotte's [Charlotte of Mecklenburg- Strelitz b. 1744] brother was Charles II Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz,
whose daughter married the heir of the Prussian crown, Frederick William III.
Above Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, 1744 - 1818, was the daughter of Duke Charles Louis Frederick of Mecklenburg, Prince of Mirow.

Frederick II of Prussia was succeeded by his nephew, Frederick William II, who married Louise of Brunswick- Wolfenbuettel.
She was the sister of FERDYNAND Duke of Brunswick, the Grand Master of the Strict Templar Observance, and who had convened the great Masonic convention at Wilhelmsbad in Hessen-Kassel.
Frederick Wilhelm II of Prussia was the father of named Frederick William III, who became a member of the Order of the Garter.
Of Frederick William III and Louise' four children, three married the brothers and sisters of Csar Alexander I.

Frederick William III's daughter, Charlotte of Prussia, married Paul's son, Czar Nicholas I, who succeeded Alexander I, and who also belonged to the Order of the Garter.
Frederick's son Wilhelm I married Augusta of Saxe-Weimar, the daughter of Nicholas' sister Maria Romanov.
A third child of Frederick, Friedrich Karl Alexander of Prussia, married Maria's Romanov other daughter, Marie Luisa Alexandrina von Saxe-Weimar.

The son of Csar Nicholas I, ie. Constantine Nicholaievitch Romanov, Grand Duke of Russia / Duke Konstanty, fathered Olga Constantinovna Romanov, who married George I King of Greece.
George of GREECE was a member of the Order of the Garter, as was his father, Christian IX of Denmark.

Mikolaj / Nicholas Ivanovitch Sviatopolk-Mirski, 1833 - 1898; a godson of Tsar Nicolas Ist. In 1881-1898 The Don Cossack chief.
The 1st m. Princess Vera Ilyitchnina Gruzinsky / Grouzinzky in Tiflis, Georgia on 4 May 1860; ie. Wiera Bagratyd / Pss Vera b. Tbilisi 1842,
the daughter of ELIZBAR / ILIA Grigorievich Bagration Gruzinsky and Anastasja. 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, the 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. Erekle I was 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. The shah would install Erekle as King of Kakheti and therefore attempted, though vainly, to seize the throne of Imereti.

Grand Duke Mikhail Nikolayevich born 13 / 25 October 1832 in Peterhof, Field Marshal and on December 6, 1862 was appointed governor in the Caucasus and commander the Caucasian Army, with all rights chief of the army to July 23, 1881.
Initiator of the compilation of the 'Caucasian Collection', published in Tiflis in 1876-1912. In marriage he had six sons and one daughter, among others
Alexander Mikhailovich (Sandro), b. 01 April 1866 in Tbilisi died 1933, Nice, France.
SANDRO was the Chief of the Commercial navigation and ports (1902-1905), during the First World war was in charge of the aviation in the army: paid much attention to the development of aviation industry in Russia, on his initiative, established flight schools, began preparing the first national flight training and 1914 appointed head of the organization of aviation business in the armies.
Mason, and called himself Philalethes. Receiving education at home in Georgia,
often went for long voyages: 1886 - 1889 made a voyage round the world on the corvette 'Rynda' and in 1890 - 91, at his own yacht 'Tamara' traveled to India, described in his journals. In 1892 he commanded the destroyer 'Revel', in 1895, was a senior officer of a battleship and in 1899, on the battleship 'Admiral Apraksin', then transferred to the Black Sea Fleet, where he commanded the battleship 'Rostislav'. With the beginning of the 1st World War, in fact, led the fleet of Russia. In 1915, Admiral, with the December 1916 field inspector - general of military aircraft; after February 1917 was in the Crimea, and in 1919 went into exile. Since 1903 an honorary member of the Nikolaev Naval Academy, was also the chairman of the Eng. Technical Society. In exile, was the honorary chairman of the Union of Russian military pilots and he was the patron of the National Organization for Russian scouts. He was in France in 1909 and next established the Volunteer Aerial Association under his presidency (All Russian Aero Club) and set up the first military aviation school in Sebastopol in 1909 or 1910 - finally formed at Sevastopol (Sebastopol) for the winter 1912 and in Gatchina for the summer 1912; near to Russian military intelligence.
The Duke, Freemason, Vice-Admiral was appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Military Air Fleet in 1914 or 1915 and he became Inspector of Aviation;
aide-de-camp to Nicholas II, an old friend of the Tsar and married to his sister Xenia.


TRZEBIN close to Dobrzyca and Kozmin Wielkopolski - the Walesas nest:

Anna Kozierowska was the owner of Gozdowo. In 1712, Adam Czarnomski m. Anna Kozierowska in the Gozdowo parish.

Galewo / GALEW was owned by named Kozierowska, together with Trzebin. South to Galew, 1 km we have the manor of Trzebin.

Galew, the Trzebin farm and Borzecice are situated east to WALKOW - 4, 5 and 1 km.

BORZECICE, 7 km north to Kozmin Wlkp. belonged to the Kozmin land-estate. In Walkow was the parish church. Borzecice in the 19th cent. took Prussian government in Berlin. In 18th cent. Borzecice belonged to Juliusz Radolinski, next to Count STOLBERG.

Borzecice, this is not BORZECICZKI, 9 km west to Kozmin Wlkp., owned by Cerekwicki, Mycielski, Gostynski, Gajewski and Radolinski, then in 1865 until 1945 to Duke Stolberg and his family.

GORECZKI, 11 km north-west to Kozmin, belonged to the Goreckis to the end of the 17th century. In the 18th cent. to the Rychlowskis, connected with Zimnowoda and Cerekwica - 15 km north-west to Kozmin. 1872 - 1945 belonged to Stolberg.

ORLA, 3 km east to Kozmin Wlkp. at way to Pleszew; the village was the part of Kozmin estate. In 1841 named the Kozmin estate was divided, and Orla was the separated property.

STARA OBRA, near to Walkow, 6 km north to Kozmin Wlkp. was the part of named Kozmin estate until 1841, and then Stara Obra and Jozefowo farm together with Szymanowo / SZYMANOW, were the separated estate belonged to Hutten-Czapski.

WALKOW, 6 km north to Kozmin Wlkp. at way to Jarocin. The village was the part of the KOZMIN estate till 1841, then together with LIPOWIEC - it was south to Kozmin. Walkow was the part of the Obra estate, owned by Szmolke ca 1893 / 1900. Walkow was connected to Borzecice.

The Walkow parish include Galewo / GALEW.

KOZMIN
- in 1610, owned by Wejher.

Ca 1748/1750, Duke Janusz Sanguszko donated the town and seventeen surrounding villages to his lover Karol Szydlowski. During the Prussian partition, Kozmin belonged to the Krotoszyn County.

Kozmin was the property of Wejher and then to Stanislaw Przyjemski ca 1620, in 1623 in Kozmin, the King Zygmunt III and his son Wladyslaw Vasa visited Przyjemski;

after the death of Stanislaw his son Andrzej Przyjemski took Kozmin town, with Dorota, the wife of Andrzej.
Next was Aleksander Przyjemski, after him - Wladyslaw Przyjemski with a wife Katarzyna Wlostowska.

After the death of Wladyslaw Przyjemski, named Katarzyna Wlostowska Przyjemska m. 2nd to Stanislaw Kretkowski, but all estates with the Kozmin property, her daughter took, ie. Ludwika Opalinska, married Jan Sapieha.

Jan Sapieha died in 1730, and the Kozmin CASTLE took his oldest son, Piotr Sapieha, who married Zofia Marianna Skowronska, the half-sister of the Tsar in Russia.

Piotr Sapieha was the foe of Russia and aft. 1745, the Russian Army devastated the Castle in Kozmin Wielkopolski.

After Russian assault, a sister of Piotr Sapieha took ovnership of the Kozmin Castle.

At this point, ca 1748/1750, Karol Szydlowski [LGBT], ca 1720 - 1811, took Kozmin town together with 17 villages [the Kozmin estate with Borzecice, Walkow and Galewo].
Karol was the son of Bartlomiej SZYDLOWSKI and Anna Dmochowska. Bartlomiej Szydlowski b. 1690.
Karol m. 1st ca 1740 to unknown with a daughter Katarzyna Szydlowska b. ca 1750, m. Ignacy Kossowski.
Karol m. 2nd ca 1760 to Wiktoria Szydlowska, ca 1742 - 1830, the daughter of
Symeon Kazimierz Szydlowski, 1725-1800 + Dss Konstancja Woroniecka, 1744-1796,
with a daughter
Anna Szydlowska, 1760-1811 m. Aleksander Potkanski, the Targowica local Marshal in 1792, the Radom official, lived 1748-1821.

The sister of named Piotr Sapieha was Katarzyna Agnieszka Sapieha, divorced her cousin, Michal Antoni Sapieha, and married 2nd to Albert Pawel Zywny.

Katarzyna Agnieszka sold the Kozmin CASTLE to hands of KAZIMIERZ NESTOR SAPIEHA, her next of kin.

President Lech Walesa had ancestors lived in Katy - 3 km north-west to Wilkowyja. Under protection of Opalinski - Sapieha clan: in 1673, Piotr Opalinski younger took Tarce, Radlin, Katy, Wilkowyja, Lusczanow, Stregosza, Bachorzewo, Cielcza, Czasczow, Dambrowa.

Piotr Opalinski, b. 1640, m. Ludwika, with the son Adam; in 1678, Piotr married Katarzyna Przyjemska, with 2 daughters, Ewa and Ludwika younger (1684-1719) and a son Antoni.

Named Ludwika younger Opalinska took Tarce - Katy - Wilkowyja; Ludwika OPALINSKA m. Jan Kazimierz Sapieha (1673-1730), and leased the TARCE estate to hands of Jan Jarochowski [here we have the history of the Sapieha clan, together with the BEREZYNA - LUBUSZANY state close to our Miezonka - 13 km from Lubuszany].

Named Ludwika Opalinska + Jan Kazimierz Sapieha had 6 children, together with Ludwika's daughter, ie. Katarzyna Sapieha who devolved all [Tarce until 1791] to Kazimierz Nestor Sapieha, Duke (1757-1798), the son of Jan Sapieha (1732-1757) and Elzbieta Branicka.

Named Wilkowyja - 21 km north to Dobrzyca - is a village in the Jarocin community, within the Jarocin County, Greater Poland; 7 kilometres north-east of Jarocin and 62 km south-east of Poznan.

Kazimierz Nestor Sapieha, Duke (1757-1798), the son of Jan Sapieha (1732-1757) and Elzbieta Branicka.

Ludwika Opalinska + Jan Kazimierz Sapieha had 6 children:
and Ludwika's daughter,
Katarzyna Sapieha devolved all [Tarce until 1791] to Kazimierz Nestor Sapieha, Duke (1757-1798), the son of Jan Sapieha (1732-1757) and Elzbieta Branicka, the 1st.

Elzbieta Branicka (ca 1734 - 1800), the 1st, was a politician, being the financier of the King Stanislaw August Poniatowski; and the King's adviser in 1763-1776, and she also had a relationship with the king in 1763 - 1776. She was the daughter of Piotr Branicki and Melania Teresa Szembek and the sister of Franciszek Ksawery Branicki. Melania Teresa Szembek was the daughter of Piotr Wojciech Szembek, 1680-1738.

Melania with Piotr Branicki d. 1762, the son of Jozef Branicki, had children:
Franciszek Ksawery Branicki, 1730-1819;
and above Elzbieta Sapieha.

Elzbieta Branicka, the 1st, b. ca 1734, married Jan Jozef Sapieha in 1753, whom she divorced in 1755 for his adultery.

Jan Jozef Sapieha, 1737 - 1792, was the son of Ignacy Jozef Piotr Sapieha and Anna Cetner, Sapieha (born Krasicka), the 1st.

Ignacy Sapieha was born in 1702, in Wisnicze in the LUBLIN province.
Anna KRASICKA was born in 1707, in Chelm Lubelski.

Jan had the brother Franciszek Ksawery Sapieha.
Jan married Teofila Strzelyslawa Sapiecha, born Sapieha in 1742, in Navahrudak, Belarus.
Jan married also to Elzbieta Branicka in 1753, b. in 1733/1734. They had one son Kazimierz Nestor Sapieha. "She remarried Jan Sapieha, a relative of her first spouse, by whom she was widowed in 1757 after an unhappy marriage. She became the mother of Kazimierz Nestor Sapieha".

Kazimierz Nestor Sapieha was General and Marshal of Lithuania, m. Css Anna Cetner the 2nd (1764-1814).

In 1791, Kazimierz Nestor SAPIEHA sold TARCE - KATY - Wilkowyja to Karol Gleve, the plenipotent of Count Fryderyk Adolf Kalkreuth, General, ie. named the Kozmin CASTLE, Radlin, KATY / Konty [the Walesas here], Stegosza, WILKOWYJA / Wylkowyja, Luszczanow, Cielcza, Tarce, Annopol, Olendry, and Elzbiecin.

Named above Ludwika Opalinska m. Jan Kazimierz Sapieha, 1673 - 1730. Ludwika Maria Opalinska (1684-1719), was the daughter of Piotr Opalinski, 1640-1691.

Kazimierz NESTOR Sapieha give KOZMIN Wielkopolski back to his mother, Elzbieta Sapieha nee Branicka.
Elzbieta Branicka (ca 1734 - 1800), the 1st, was a politician, being the financier of the King Stanislaw August Poniatowski; and the King's adviser in 1763-1776, and she also had a relationship with the king in 1763 - 1776.
Elzbieta sold KOZMIN in 1791, together with all villages, to Prussian Marshal Fryderyk Adolf Kalkreuth, and in 1796 Kozmin was re-sold to Marshal's wife, Charlotta Rohde.
Charlotta re-built the Kozmin Castle, but she was insolvent and the Kozmin Castle was sold at auction to Karol Zygmunt Graetz, in 1841.

Above Karol Szydlowski took the Kozmin estate, ie. the town and 17 villages - not the Castle. He was born in 1723 and d. in 1811 in Skrzynno. Karol Szydlowski was the lover of Sanguszko which he gave to his lover above KOZMIN. The second lover was Urbankowski. Szydlowski fought against Chylinski, next lover LGBT.
Kazimierz Chylinski was jailed in Gdansk in 1747.
Karol Szydlowski was supporter of Marcin Jerzy Lubomirski.

Above Janusz Aleksander Sanguszko, 1712 in Lubartow - 1775 in Dubno, was the son of Pawel Karol Sanguszko, and the grandson of Jozef Karol Lubomirski, the Grand Crown Marshal. JANUSZ [LGBT] was married in 1731 to Konstancja Denhoff.


Now we back to the genealogy of President Lech Walesa:

His ancestors lived in Katy - 3 km north-west to Wilkowyja. Under protection of Opalinski - Sapieha clan: in 1673, Piotr Opalinski younger took Tarce, Radlin, Katy, Wilkowyja, Lusczanow, Stregosza, Bachorzewo, Cielcza, Czasczow, Dambrowa.
Piotr Opalinski m. Ludwika, with the son Adam; in 1678, Piotr married Katarzyna Przyjemska, with 2 daughters, Ewa and Ludwika younger (1684-1719) and a son Antoni.

Named Ludwika younger Opalinska took Tarce - Katy - Wilkowyja; Ludwika OPALINSKA m. Jan Kazimierz Sapieha (1673-1730), and leased the estate to hands of Jan Jarochowski [here we have the history of the Sapieha clan, together with the BEREZYNA - LUBUSZANY state close to our Miezonka - 13 km from Lubuszany].

Named Ludwika Opalinska + Jan Kazimierz Sapieha had 6 children, together with Ludwika's daughter, ie.
Katarzyna Sapieha who devolved all [Tarce until 1791] to Kazimierz Nestor Sapieha, Duke (1757-1798), the son of Jan Sapieha (1732-1757) and Elzbieta Branicka.

Named Wilkowyja - 21 km north to Dobrzyca - is a village in the Jarocin community, within the Jarocin County, Greater Poland; 7 kilometres north-east of Jarocin and 62 km south-east of Poznan.

Lech Walesa's ancestors moved home [during a period bef. 1717 / 1754] from the Wilkowyja parish [but in KATY until 1737; named Wilkowyja lies 21 km north to Dobrzyca] to Galew [1764] and Walkow [1754 in Walkow].
GALEW lies at half way from DOBRZYCA to Walkow. WALKOW is situated 9 km west to Dobrzyca, 7 kilometres north of Kozmin Wielkopolski, 23 km north of Krotoszyn.

And next step was from Galew to the Chocen community, to the Dambskis estate, Golaszewo close to Wola Nakonowska, bef. 1803 - south to WLOCLAWEK.

Galew is a village in the Dobrzyca community, within the Pleszew County, Greater Poland; 17 km west of Pleszew.
In 1717, Anna nee Radzewski married Dobrzycka took Dobrzyca.
She sold Dobrzyca to hands of Aleksander Gorzenski, m. Anna Kozminska. In 1739, Aleksander GORZENSKI sold Dobrzyca and Klonow, Izbiczno and Koryto, to his son Antoni Gorzenskiemu (1710-1773), the Bar insurgent. General Augustyn Gorzenski was the next owner of Dobrzyca. In 1788, he was the Adjutant of the King, Stanislaw August Poniatowski. Augustyn Gorzenski owned Dobrzyca, Klonow, Izbiczno and Strzyzew; he back here in 1795.

Aleksander Mikolaj Gorzenski, 1670/1671-1754 in Gniezno, the son of Andrzej Gorzenski and Zofia Skoraszewska. Aleksander married Anna Kozminska, 1695 - 1726, the daughter of Adam Kozminski and Katarzyna Wysogotta-Zakrzewska.
KLONOW was bordered to GALEW.

Trzebin - 1 / 2 km south to GALEW. TRZEBIN Manor is situated 1 - 2 km south-east to GALEW: Prokop Lipski, oldest, d. 1638, managed the Trzebin estate in 1628.

Note to above Prokop LIPSKI, oldest:

Prokop Lipski younger, ca 1699 - 1758, was the son of Wojciech Franciszek Lipski, ca 1650 - bef. 1710.

Wojciech Franciszek Lipski was the brother of Prokop Jan Lipski senior, ca 1650 - 1727.

Prokop LIPSKI, senior, was the father of
Konstancja Lipska,
Barbara Kwilecka and of
Ludwika Katarzyna Koscielska (born Lipska) b. ca 1702.

Named above Barbara Lipska Kwilecka, 1706 - 1762, was the mother to
Teresa Chlapowska, 1723-1764 in TUREW, the KOSCIAN county;
Jan Jozef Kwilecki; Urszula Kwilecka; and
Adam Klemens Kwilecki; Franciszek Antoni Kwilecki and 1 other child.

Barbara was the grandmother to Nepomucena Chlapowska and Jozef Chlapowski, b. 1756, d. 1826;
and the great-grandmother to
baron General Dezydery Adam Chlapowski, b. 1788 in Turew, the Koscian county, d. 1879 in Turew, buried in RABIN, close to Krzywin, in the Koscian county.

Turew is a village in the Koscian community, 13 kilometres east of Koscian.

And we back now to my family history near to PLESZEW:

Helena Skorzewska (Lipska), 1766 - 1832, leased - with her husband Jozef Ignacy Skorzewski, the son of Michal Skorzewski - Raszkow, from hands of Julianna Arnold nee Kiedrzynska and from Helena Kiedrzynska widowed after Izydor Kiedrzynski died in Jedlno bef. 1802.

Helena Skorzewska was the daughter of Jan Lipski, 1739 - 1832,
and the granddaughter of Prokop Lipski younger, ca 1699 - 1758 in GRZYMISLAW,
and the great - granddaughter of
Wojciech Franciszek Lipski, ca 1650 - bef. 1710.

Named above Wojciech Franciszek Lipski was the brother of Prokop Jan Lipski senior, ca 1650 - 1727;
and Prokop senior, was the father of Barbara Kwilecka.

Prokop Jan Lipski senior, ca 1650 - 1727, was the son of Jan Lipski.
Jan died in 1673, and he was the son of
Prokop Lipski OLDEST [died in 1638] and Barbara ZYCHLINSKA [his 1st wife was Urszula SCZANIECKA, 2 voto BOJANOWSKA]. Prokop Lipski, oldest, leased TRZEBIN in 1628.

Trzebin - 1 / 2 km south to GALEW and the TRZEBIN Manor is situated 1 - 2 km south-east to GALEW [the Walesa family here in 1754/1764].

But we have different Trezebin in the LESZNO county - see below.

At margin:

TRZEBIN in the LESZNO county was taken in 1769 by Adam Niezychowski and in 1797 by General JAN LIPSKI until 1834.
Jan Lipski bought Trzebin / Trzebinia [Treben / Kreis Lissa, bef. 1939 Trzebiny in the LESZNO county] from Adam von Niezychowski / Adam Niezychowski, the Wschowa official, in 1769, for 300.000 PLZ with Piotrowice, Krzycko Male in the Wschowa county, and from Ignacy Niezychowski, took Przybyszewo and Ogrody. Jan Lipski owned also Ludomy. Ludwika Maria Niezychowska was the daughter [1766 - 1817] of Adam NIEZYCHOWSKI and Karolina Skorzewska.

In 1775, General Jan Lipski owned Gorzewo in the KOSCIAN county, Trzebin, Marszew, Prokopowo and Pacynowice in the Kalisz county, and Jan Lipski took from Gajewski, KOSCIAN for 50 years.

Jan Lipski married Marianna Kozminski, d. in Trzebinia in 1787. Jan died in Trzebinia in 1832. Trzebiny / Trzebin bought von Leesen; then Georg Heinrich in 1863.

Jan Lipski b. 1739 in Ludomy, d. 1832 in Trzebin / Trzebinia, buried in CZERNIEJEWO. General, MP, the son of
Prokop Lipski + Teresa Dombski / Dambska.

Ludomy is a village in the Ryczywol, community, within the Oborniki County, 13 km north of Oborniki.

Jan Lipski, 1739-1832, was the son of
Prokop Lipski, 1699-1758 in GRZYMISLAW and Teresa Teofila Dambska, 1710-1759 in LUDOMY.
TERESA DAMBSKA LIPSKA was the daughter of Wojciech Dambski, 1676 - 1725, ie. Wojciech Andrzej Dambski, b. 1676, the Court Marshal, the Inowroclaw official, the son of
Zygmunt Dambski and Jadwiga Gorska.

Wojciech DAMBSKI was the husband of princess Adelaida Cecylia Teresa Radziwill [see MIEZONKA in the Berezyna parish].

Above JAN LIPSKI, m. in 1766, to Marianna Kozminska, 1730-1787, the daughter of Jadwiga Radomicka;
Jan and Marianna had children:
1.
Helena Maria Ludwika Lipska, 1766-1832 + Jozef Ignacy Wojciech Skorzewski, 1757-1809;
2.
Jozef Idzi, 1769-1812 + Jozefa Szoldrska;
3.
Katarzyna Lipska, 1770-1816 + Count Wiktor Tomasz Antoni Szoldrski, 1775-1830.

Trzebin was owned in 1846 by Kozierowska. Probably Cecylia Kozierowska (born Klobukowska) b. in 1796. Cecylia married Kacper Kozierowski in 1820, and Kacper was born in 1798.
Trzebin was taken bef. 1862 by Jozef Kazimierz Maciej Potulicki, with his wife Css Ofelia Skorzewska.

Maciej Walesa, died in February 1737 in Katy, close to Wilkowyja, married before 1717 to unknown Dorota, d. 1764 in Galew, close to Walkow.

Walkow is a village in the Kozmin Wielkopolski community, within the Krotoszyn County, Greater Poland, 7 kilometres north of Kozmin Wielkopolski, 23 km north of Krotoszyn, and 70 km south-east of Poznan. WALKOW - 9 km west to Dobrzyca.


Krotoszyn - Jarocin - PLESZEW and Walesa:

A.

Franciszka Walesa (nee Cicha ) was born in 1836, in Dobrzec. Franciszka married Tomasz Walesa in 1860, and Tomasz was born in 1835, in Koscielna Wies the 1st.

Koscielna Wies the 1st is a village in the Goluchow community, within
the Pleszew County, 9 kilometres south-east of Goluchow,
19 km south-east of Pleszew;
12 km east to GUTOW; 14 km east to SOBOTKA - here Bona Kiedrzynska;
9 km south-east to KARSY.

B.

Marianna Kolenda, 1817-1885, m. in 1842 to Maciej Walesa, ca 1811-1880.

Maciej Walesa, b. 1811 in Nowa Wies, close to Rozdrazew, d. 1880 in Nowa Wies.

Nowa Wies is a village in the Rozdrazew community, within the Krotoszyn County; 18 km north-east of Krotoszyn,
16 km north-west to BIEGANIN of Andrzej Kiedrzynski + Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska.

Maciej's parents:
Stanislaw Walesa, YOUNGER, born in 1775 in Nowa Wies, married in 1796 in Rozdrazew, to Agnieszka born in 1783.

Stanislaw's parents:
Wojciech Walesa, born in 1724, d. 1800 in Nowa Wies, married in 1760 in Rozdrazew, to Agata born in 1731.

WOJCIECH [1724-1800] was maybe the son [?] to Maciej Walesa [ca 1680 - 1737 in KATY close to Wilkowyja].
Maciej Walesa b. ca 1680, had children, among others:
1.
Bartlomiej Walesa, b. ca 1733.
2.
Stanislaw Walesa OLDER, ca 1730-1784, married in 1754 in Walkow, to Marianna Kostuj,
with children:
2a.
Michal Walesa, b. aft. 1770, died in 1796;
2b.
Maciej Walesa, b. ca 1773, and was married in 1800 in Walkow, to Marianna Dadek, b. 1777;
2c.
Walenty Walesa b. ca 1771 [or 1773 with nick-name GRZEGORZ Walesa m. Zofia] - see genealogy of President Lech Walesa of the CHOCEN community and Wloclawek - Lipno.

3.
Marianna Walesa, ca 1727-1794 m. in 1747 in Walkow, to Franciszek Filip, died in 1749, 2nd she was married in 1749 in Walkow, Jakub Dlugi vel Filip, ca 1725-1793;
4.
Agnieszka Walesa, ca 1724-1746, m. in 1744 in Walkow, to Maciej Jankowski, ca 1717-1782;
5.
Leon Walesa, b. ca 1722.

Above Maciej Walesa b. 1811 was the brother to
Marianna Walesa b. 1800;
Wojciech Walesa b. 1803, m. in 1837, in Rozdrazew, to Marcjanna Reszel, b. ca 1812; with Ignacy Walesa and Antoni.

Maciej Walesa, ca 1811-1880, married in 1842 in Rozdrazew.


Wilkowyja [the parish church] by the Lutynia river, 7 km north-east to JAROCIN, 8 km south to ZERKOW, in the 15th century owned by Zaremba Zerkowski as the part of RADLIN. Next to BNINSKI, Radlinski, Opalinski and Wloszakowicki.

The last of Opalinski in WILKOWYJA was Piotr, the LECZYCA governor, the Miedzyrzecz official, with the daughter Ludwika OPALINSKA, m. in 1700 to Jan Kazimierz Sapieha, 1673-1730.

Sapieha Jan Kazimierz (1673-1730 or 1637 - 1720/1730), the BOBRUJSK official, the supporter of the King Leszczynski.
Jan Kazimierz Sapieha the Younger (1673-1730 or 1637-1720/1730) was a Grand Commander of Lithuanian Army commencing in 1682. He held the title of a Duke in 1700.

And now about SOLTYK - SAPIEHA line:

Maciej Soltyk senior, died in 1780 - Krysk; he had sons:
1.
Jozef Soltyk - MP and the official in Zawichost (1786-1795), 1750-1803 + Jozefa Urbanska;
2.
Maciej Kajetan Soltyk junior, b. ca 1752-1804;
3.
Stanislaw Soltyk, MP in 1830-31, acted in 1791; born 1751/1752 - died in 1833 + Karolina Sapieha

{Karolina Sapieha 1759-1814, was the wife to TEODOR POTOCKI

(Teodor Potocki, 1730-1812, was the son of JAN POTOCKI = Jan Kanty Potocki, b. 1693; the grandson of Jozef Stanislaw Potocki born ca 1645; the great-grandson of Pawel Potocki b. ca 1612, who was the son Stefan Potocki b. 1568, and grandson of Mikolaj Potocki)

and named STANISLAW SOLTYK.

KAROLINA Sapieha was half sister of Nil Sapieha; Konstancja ZWAN b. 1768, and Michal Cichocki / Mykolas Cichockis / Michal Mikolaj CICHOCKI born in 1770 in Warsaw.

KAROLINA Sapieha Soltyk Potocka was born in 1759, the daughter of Aleksander Michal Sapieha b. 1730 in Wysokie / Vysokoje - died in 1793 in Warsaw, and

the granddaughter of Kazimierz Leon Karol Sapieha, b. 1697 in Warsaw; d. 1738 in WSCHOWA;

the great-granddaughter of Aleksander Pawel Sapieha born in Warsaw in 1672;

the great-great-granddaughter of mentioned
Jan Kazimierz Sapieha / Kazimierz Jan Sapieha, 1673-1730 or b. 1637/1742, d. 1720/1730, the Duke in 1700, commanded the Lithuanian Army -
the son of Pawel Jan Sapieha

(1609-1665; the owner of RETOW, SZAWLE, Wolpin.

PAWEL JAN Sapieha was the father of
Kazimierz Jan / Jan Kazimierz Sapieha, 1673-1730;
Benedykt Pawel;
Franciszek Stefan;
Leon Bazyli SAPIEHA)

the enemy of the Radziwills,
the grandson of Jan Piotr Sapieha.

Named PAWEL JAN Sapieha passed on to his sons in 1665:

Jan Kazimierz Sapieha / Kazimierz Jan Sapieha, 1673-1730 - the godfather was LEON SAPIEHA - took Szkudy, Kretynga, Szawel, Ikazn, Druja, Sapiezyn, Oswiej / Oswieja, Ormiej, BYCHOW, Wolpin.

Benedykt Pawel Sapieha took CZERCIA, LUBOSZANY + Berezyna; Wojskie, Siemiatycze, RETOW.

Franciszek Stefan Sapieha - Tronienice, BOCKI, LACHOWICZE.

Leon Bazyli SAPIEHA - ROZANA / Rozanna, Kossow / Kosow Poleski, Lewpun, Poniemun}

+ 2nd to Agnieszka Komorowska,
with the son -
Roman Soltyk 1790-1843.

Above Benedykt Pawel Sapieha d. 1707, took CZERCIA/ Czereja + Mieleszkowicze and Horodek in the Vicebsk province; Wysokie; Roslaw in the Smolensk prov.; RETOW in 1664 until 1700 - then his son Michal Sapieha; Korelicze; Siemiatycze and ROSNA after a brother Leon Bazyli Sapieha; DZISNA; and
LUBOSZANY in 1665 [near Miezonka] with Berezyno Ihumenskie by the Berezyna river.

Ca 1693, Michal Siesicki back him Luboszany, the Witebsk / Vicebsk prov., and Benedykt Pawel Sapieha gave it to his son Michal Jozef Sapieha in 1699.

Benedykt Pawel Sapieha d. 1707 was living in ROZANA. Acted in Kobryn, Biala Podlaska, Wysokie, and Brzesc Litewski.

Michal Sapieha - Michal Jozef Sapieha (1670 - 1738 in Chalons-sur-Marne), the governor of Podlasie, the son of mentioned Benedykt Pawel Sapieha + Izabella Tarlo. Supporter of Jakub Sobieski.
In 1699 - owner of Luboszany and Berezyno Ihumenskie / BEREZYNA.
In 1714 General Lieutenant. 1735 moved to France.

After 1738 until 1793:

Luboszany / Luboszany - years 1735-1750 were very difficult for the Sapiehas after death of Michal Jozef Sapieha in 1738. Benedykt Pawel Sapieha d. 1707, took CZERCIA / Czereja + Mieleszkowicze and Horodek in the Vicebsk province; Wysokie; Roslaw in the Smolensk prov.; RETOW in 1664 until 1700 - then his son Michal Sapieha; Korelicze; Siemiatycze and ROSNA after a brother Leon Bazyli Sapieha; DZISNA; and LUBOSZANY in 1665 [near Miezonka] with Berezyno Ihumenskie by the Berezyna river.
Ca 1693, tenant Michal Siesicki back him Luboszany, the Witebsk / Vicebsk prov., and Benedykt Pawel Sapieha gave it to his son Michal Jozef Sapieha in 1699.

Benedykt Pawel Sapieha d. 1707 was living in ROZANA. Acted in Kobryn, Biala Podlaska, Wysokie, and Brzesc Litewski.

Michal Jozef Sapieha owned Luboszany in 1699 but LUBOSZANY was taken by Aleksander Michal SAPIEHA, b. 1730 in Wysokie - died in 1793 in Warsaw.

Aleksander Michal Sapieha acted in Brzesc Litewski in 1696; he owned Luboszany - Berezyna in the Vicebsk province since 1697. Luboszany was officially handed over to Aleksander Michal Sapieha by his father on 30 July 1699, and Aleksander Michal Sapieha ceded it in 1710 to Antoni Nowosielski as a tenant.

Senator Antoni Karol Nowosielski b. 1675, died 1726, the son of Wawrzyniec Nowosielski + Helena Wrobek-Lettaw / von Lettow-Vorbeck; Antoni had a son Leon Nowosielski b. ca 1700/1706, and grandson Jozef Nowosielski. Antoni was the Orsha official and in Nowogrodek in 1709-1725.

Leon NOWOSIELSKI married in 1726 to the daughter of Jerzy Stanislaw Sapieha, 1668-1732, the granddaughter of mentioned above Jan Kazimierz Sapieha / Kazimierz Jan Pawel Sapieha, 1673-1730 or b. ca 1642, d. 1720/1730

[m. LUDWIKA Opalinska and they had Wilkowyja / Zerkow / Kozmin - in the Wilkowyja parish was living the WALESA family];

the great-granddaughter of Pawel Jan Sapieha born in 1609,
the son of Jan Piotr Sapieha b. 1569, d. 1611 in MOSCOW.

Pawel Jan Sapieha (1609-1665), was the owner of Luboszany and Berezyna / Berezino
[Lubuszany close to Miezonka, 13 km - and named Miezonka in the 1st half of the 19th century belonged to
Stanislaw Radziwill b. 1722,
and his family:
Stefania Julia Radziwill Chrapowicka Oskierka until 1842, then to the Konstantynowiczs of Kazan, Miezonka, Swolna, Viljandi, Moscow together with Armand - Maria Wilhelmina Paszkowska, the daughter of General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski - Japaridze clan].

Aleksander Michal SAPIEHA, b. 1730 in Wysokie - died in 1793 in Warsaw. After his death, in 1793 Berezyno and Luboszany was taken by Tyszkiewicz, then to POTOCKI

[ie. the family of the TEMPLAR, Artur Potocki who had the plenipotent Wojciech Paszkowski, the half brother of General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski, the friend to General Tadeusz Kosciuszko in France; and the half brother of Dominik Paszkowski married Anna Niemojewska, the daughter of Jozef Niemojewski + Ludwika Walewska of JEDLNO - here in Jedlno was living Izydor Kiedrzynski d. bef. 1802, close to the Stadnickis of the PLESZEW county].

Kozmin and Radlin in 1791 took Count Adolf Kalkreuth. Then belonged to the Prussian goverment, and in 1840 Wladyslaw Radolinski bought Kozmin with TARCE.

TARCE - 5 km west to Wilkowyja [the parish of the Walesa family in the 18th century].

Tarce / TARCZE and Luszczanow belonged to the Gorzenskis in the second half of the 19th century [Tarce and Wilkowyja adhere], and Tarce is situated 8 km south-east to KATY [the Walesa family at the begining of the 18th cent.].

Tarce in 1620 - owned by Piotr TWARDOWSKI, then Tarce belonged to the KOZMIN estate.
Then to the daughters of Andrzej Opalinski, ie. Katarzyna and Elzbieta.
Next to Piotr Opalinski (1601-1665), the Kalisz and Podlasie governor, m. Katarzyna Leszczynska. In 1666 his sons in TARCE: Jan and Jan Kazimierz Opalinski, with Piotr younger.

In 1673 - Piotr Opalinski younger took Tarce, Radlin, Katy, Wilkowyja, Lusczanow, Stregosza, Bachorzewo, Cielcza, Czasczow, Dambrowa.

Piotr Opalinski m. Ludwika, with the son Adam; in 1678, Piotr married Katarzyna Przyjemska, with 2 daughters, Ewa and Ludwika younger (1684-1719) and a son Antoni.

Tarce - Katy - Wilkowyja took Ludwika OPALINSKA m. Jan Kazimierz Sapieha (1673-1730), and leased the estate to hands of Jan Jarochowski.
Named Jan Jarochowski m. ca 1690 to Agnieszka Zdzarska, with 5 sons.
Jan JAROCHOWSKI was next the owner of Wilkowyja - Tarce estate.

His son Franciszek Jarochowski ca 1730 m. Marianna Albinowska vel Elbinowska; in 1732 in Tarce, Jan Kanty Rafal Jarochowski was born.
Franciszek Jarochowski was the co-owner of Tarce with his brother - Jozef Jarochowski, m. Marianna Grochowicka, and Marianna had a son born in 1732 in Tarce, Ignacy Jarochowski.

In 1745 Tarce was taken by the son of named Franciszek - ie. Antoni JAROCHOWSKI. 1791 - Kozmin, Radlin, Tarce and probably Wilkowyja - Katy was taken by German landowner.

Named Ludwika Opalinska + Jan Kazimierz Sapieha had 6 children:
and Ludwika's daughter, Katarzyna devolved all [Tarce until 1791] to Kazimierz Nestor Sapieha, Duke (1757-1798), the son of Jan Sapieha (1732-1757) and Elzbieta Branicka.

Kazimierz Nestor Sapieha was General and Marshal of Lithuania, m. Css Anna Cetner (1764-1814).

In 1791, Kazimierz Nestor SAPIEHA sold all to Karol Gleve, the plenipotent of Count Fryderyk Adolf Kalkreuth, General, ie. Kozmin, Radlin, KATY / Konty [the Walesas here], Stegosza, WILKOWYJA / Wylkowyja, Luszczanow, Cielcza, Tarce, Annopol, Olendry, and Elzbiecin.

In 1866, Tarce bought Antonina Bojanowski m. Gorzenska (1802-1868), widow after death of her husband Hieronim Michal Gorzenski (1793-1846). The Gorzenskis were the owners of Smielow.
They had 5 sons:
Wladyslaw (1826-1860), Antoni (1828-1880), Zygmunt (1830-1886), Tadeusz (1833-1872) and Stanislaw GORZENSKI (1836/1838-1898).

Tarce took Stanislaw, who in 1860 married Eliza Wesierska (1849-1910).

Zbigniew Ostrorog-Gorzenski, the owner of TARCE / TARZEC, b. 1869 in Lgow, d. 1926 in Tarce, insurgent, major, was the son of named Stanislaw Gorzenski.

Stanislaw Gorzenski was the son of
Hieronim Gorzenski
and the grandson of
Andrzej Gorzenski.


Ludwika Opalinska + Jan Kazimierz Sapieha had 6 children:
and Ludwika's daughter,
Katarzyna Sapieha devolved all [Tarce until 1791] to Kazimierz Nestor Sapieha, Duke (1757-1798), the son of
Jan Sapieha (1732-1757) and Elzbieta Branicka, the 1st.

Elzbieta Branicka (ca 1734 - 1800), the 1st, was a politician, being the financier of the King Stanislaw August Poniatowski; and the King's adviser in 1763-1776, and she also had a relationship with the king in 1763 - 1776.
She was the daughter of Piotr Branicki and Melania Teresa Szembek and the sister of Franciszek Ksawery Branicki.
Melania Teresa Szembek was the daughter of Piotr Wojciech Szembek, 1680-1738.
Melania with Piotr Branicki d. 1762, the son of Jozef Branicki, had children:
Franciszek Ksawery Branicki, 1730-1819;
and above Elzbieta Sapieha.

Above Franciszek Ksawery Branicki, 1730 - 1819 in Bila Tserkva, married in 1781 to Alexandra Vassilievna von Engelhardt, 1754-1838,
with:
1.
Wladyslaw Grzegorz Branicki, 1783-1843, married in 1813 to Roza Potocka, 1780-1862;
2.
Zofia Branicka, 1790-1879, married in 1816 to Arthur Potocki, 1787-1832;
Arthur / ARTUR Potocki, 1787-1832, was the son of
Jan Nepomuk Potocki, 1761-1815 + Julia Lubomirska, 1760-1799.
Artur Potocki had a son Adam Jozef Potocki, 1822-1872, married in 1847 to Katarzyna Branicka, 1825-1907.
3.
Elzbieta Branicka, 2nd, 1792-1881, married in 1819 to Mikhail Semenovitch Vorontsov, 1782-1856.

Elzbieta Branicka, the 1st, b. ca 1734, married Jan Jozef Sapieha in 1753, whom she divorced in 1755 for his adultery.

Jan Jozef Sapiecha, 1737 - 1792, was the son of Ignacy Jozef Piotr Sapieha and Anna Cetner, Sapieha (born Krasicka), the 1st.
Ignacy Sapieha was born in 1702, in Wisnicze in the LUBLIN province.
Anna KRASICKA was born in 1707, in Chelm Lubelski.

Jan had the brother Franciszek Ksawery Sapieha.
Jan married Teofila Strzelyslawa Sapiecha, born Sapieha in 1742, in Navahrudak, Belarus.
Jan married also to Elzbieta Branicka in 1753, b. in 1733/1734. They had one son Kazimierz Nestor Sapieha. "She remarried Jan Sapieha, a relative of her first spouse, by whom she was widowed in 1757 after an unhappy marriage. She became the mother of Kazimierz Nestor Sapieha".

Kazimierz Nestor Sapieha was General and Marshal of Lithuania, m. Css Anna Cetner the 2nd (1764-1814).

Ludwika Opalinska + Jan Kazimierz Sapieha had 6 children:
and Ludwika's daughter, Katarzyna devolved all [Katy and Tarce until 1791 - close to JAROCIN] to mentioned Kazimierz Nestor Sapieha, Duke (1757-1798), the son of Jan Sapieha (1732-1757) and Elzbieta Branicka.

Kazimierz Nestor Sapieha was General and Marshal of Lithuania, m. Css Anna Cetner (1764-1814). In 1791, Kazimierz Nestor SAPIEHA sold all [Katy, TARCE close to JAROCIN] to Karol Gleve, the plenipotent of Count Fryderyk Adolf Kalkreuth, General, ie. Kozmin, Radlin, KATY / Konty [the Walesas here], Stegosza, WILKOWYJA / Wylkowyja, Luszczanow, Cielcza, Tarce, Annopol, Olendry, and Elzbiecin.

We back to von BIRON:
Ernst Johann von Biron, 1690 - 1772, was a Duke of Courland and Semigallia (1737)
and briefly regent of the Russian Empire in 1740.
In 1723, Biron married Benigna Gottlieb von Trotha / Treyden (1703-1782), lady-in-waiting to Regent Anna of Russia.
In 1763, Catherine II of Russia re-established him in his duchy of Courland, which he bequeathed to his son Peter von Biron.
He died in Mitava / Mitau, his capital, in 1772. Biron was succeeded as Duke of Courland by their son, Peter von Biron. Peter, prince of Courland, had a brother Karl Ernst von Biron (1728-1801).

Peter had a sister -
Hedvig Elizabeth von Biron of Courland (1727-1797), a princess of Courland and a Russian courtier; "she was the Ober-Hofmeisterin of the Empress Elizabeth of Russia and an influential person at the Russian court".

Elizabeth Petrovna b. 1709, was the Empress of Russia from 1741 until her death. She led the country during the two major European conflicts of her time.

Above Karol Ernest Biron von Curland / Karl Ernst Biron von Curland, b. 1728, d. 1801, the Babimost official, General-Major, FREEMASON, the son of Ernest Jan Biron.
The brother of Piotr Biron.
Karl married in 1778 in Dubno, to Apolonia Poninska.
Mentioned Piotr Biron / Peter von Biron, b. 1724 in Mitawa, d. 1800 in Jeleniow, 3rd married to Dorota von Medem. Dorota von Medem, closest to German writer and poet from Courland - Elisa von der Recke (1754-1833) who wrote in 1787 on an alchemist and an adventurer, Count Alessandro di Cagliostro.

Elisa and her sister, Anna Charlotte Dorothea von Biron / Dorota von Medem (1761 - 1821), went for a diplomatic mission to the court of Stanislaw August.
She arrived in Wilanow along with her sister on October 25, at the invitation of Prince Kazimierz Nestor Sapieha (1757 - 1798), who gave a large feast to the honor of the princesses.
Beautiful ladies visited the Lubomirski family palace in Mokotow and Krolikarnia.

Mentioned Apolonia Poninska (1760 - 1800) married twice:
Marceli Poninski, the Gniezno official,
and 2nd to
Karol Ernest Biron, the Courland Duke.

Apolonia was the daughter of Maciej PONINSKI with 3rd wife.

Above Maciej Poninski had the 2nd wife Apolinara Jarczewska, with
1.
Eleonora Poninska (1747 - 1812) m. 1st Onufry Bierzynski, 2nd to Count Klemens Poninski;
2.
Kalikst Poninski (1753 - 1817), General, Duke in 1773; m. twice - Pss Barbara Lubomirska and Ludwika Chrzczonowska.

Above Maciej PONINSKI - the Babimost official; m. 1st to Franciszka Szoldrska of Wilkowo Polskie [see GARCZYNSKI of the KOSCIERZYNA county].

We back to Paszkowski Wojciech:

he acted together with Lozinski in Lancut;

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 Stanislaw Potocki 1698 - 1760; the great-grandson of Jozef Potocki 1673 - 1751; the great-great-grandson of Andrzej Potocki died in 1691 / 1692 in Stanislawow - see below !}.

ARTUR Potocki married to Zofia Countess Branicka, probably granddaughter of Empress Katarzyna II.
Artur Potocki 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 Dusseldorf (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.

The conspiracy created in May 1793 reached the roots to the Freemasonry organization and of the club of the "Society of Friends of the Constitution of May 3". A part of the Masons stood in a moderate, liberal position - the preservation of the monarchy with King Stanislaw August and the implementation of the Constitution of May 3.
Among the moderate activists of the conspiracy found themselves:
Ignacy Dzialynski,
Andrzej Kapostas, Michal Kochanowski, Alexander Linowski, Stanislaw Woyczynski,
Ludwik Gutakowski, Antoni Bazyli Dzieduszycki,
Kazimierz Nestor Sapiecha.

To the second group belonged radical activists of conspiracy, among whom we find Freemasons as:
Eliasz Aloe, Piotr Grosmani, Joachim Muszynski,
Erazm Mycielski of the PLESZEW district,
Jozef Herman Pawlikowski, Stanislaw Wegrzecki i Wojciech Boguslawski.

After the November Uprising in which Eustachy Kajetan Sapieha took part, Rozana was confiscated by the Tsarist authorities. Rozana was one of the main headquarters of the Rozana line of the Sapieha family. In 1644, Sapieha received King Wladyslaw IV in Rozana. Eustachy Kajetan Ostafi Sapieha was born in Werki [now in WILNO] in 1797, died in PARIS in 1860; Insurgent of 1831;
the son of Franciszek Sapieha born in 1772

[Franciszek Sapieha was the son of
Aleksander Michal SAPIEHA and Magdalena Lubomirski - Magdalena Agnieszka was the daughter of Antoni Benedykt Lubomirski.

Magdalena Agnieszka Sapieha Lubomirska was the Polish mistress of King Stanislaw August Poniatowski;
her son Michal Cichocki, and her daughter
Konstancja Zwan Szwan, RUZYCKA PETERS CICHOCKA];

EUSTACHY SAPIEHA, due to the failure to give the oath to the Emperor Mikolaj I, was confiscated all the goods in the country. In exile, he was associated with the Lambert Hotel camp.

Eustachy Sapieha was married to Roza Mostowski, daughter of Tadeusz Antoni Mostowski;
father of
Jan Pawel Aleksander and Eustachy Franciszek Sapieha (1836-1909) and
Maria Aniela SAPIEHA, wife of Wladyslaw Branicki.

The great-grandfather of named above Eustachy Kajetan Ostafi Sapieha was
Kazimierz Leon Karol Sapieha, 1697 in Warsaw - 1738, General, in 1738 the BRZESC LITEWSKI governor,
1718/1719 took Dubrovna / Dabrowna or DUBROWNA situated 42 km south to BABINAVICHY of the Oginskis and south to KRYNKI of the Hurko family
- it is a total distance around 73 km from Krynki to Dubrowna.
In 1728-1731 intimate friends to Oginski.
1726 - the DRUJA owner; 1730 - IWIE in the Oszmiany county; Dyrwiany and Zogoty in LIVONIA; Niechniewicze of his wife;
after death of his father took OSWIEJA / Oswieje until 1735;
Balbierzyszki in the KOWNO county;
CZEREJA in the Orsha / Orsza county from his uncle Michal Jozef Sapieha;
KOCK, Wysokie and SIEMIATYCZE in the Brzesc Litewski province.

Kazimierz Leon Karol Sapieha died in WSCHOWA were he met the King.

The ROZANA residence built in the early 18th century was almost completely destroyed during the Northern War. Another residence was built as a palace in 1784-1786 and it was one of the largest in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, with its own picture gallery, theater and library.
The palace was after the November Uprising 1831 confiscated by the Tsarist authorities. Wonderful paintings, a rich library and the SAPIEHA archive of Rozana and Dereczna were taken by the Russians to St. Petersburg.

More on the SAPIEHA family:

Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski born in 1747,
was the son of Stanislaw Lubomirski, born in 1704, d. 1793, married in 1740 to Ludwika Honorata Pociej.
They owned 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 was owned by SAPIEHA to 1774.
Then by 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;
then to Eugeniusz Lubomirski - 1809 new Orthodox church;

Dubrovno / Dubrowna was the Lubomirski family estate to 1917!
DUBROWNA is situated 42 km south to BABINAVICHY of the Oginskis and south to KRYNKI of the Hurko family - it is a total distance around 73 km from Krynki to Dubrowna.

Now we back to the genealogy of President Lech Walesa:

MICHAL Walesa [the line of President Lech Walesa], b. ca 1805 [in 1803] in Golaszewo, the CHOCEN community, m. KATARZYNA, 1815-1867, born in Wola Nakonowska, and she died in Kowal.
Michal Walesa b. 1803 or ca 1805, was NOT the son of GRZEGORZ Walesa and Zofia.
Michal Walesa, 1803 - 1880, was the brother to
Franciszka Walesa b. 1807;
Antoni Walesa, 1801-1848.

Michal Walesa b. 1803 / ca 1805, was the son of
Walenty Walesa, ca 1771-1815, married in 1791 in Walkow, to Marianna Pawula, ca 1766-1813;
the grandson of
Stanislaw Walesa, OLDER, ca 1730-1784, married in 1754 in Walkow, to Marianna Kostuj, died in 1779;
the great-grandson of
Maciej Walesa, died in February 1737 in Katy, close to Wilkowyja, married before 1717 to unknown Dorota, d. 1764 in Galew, close to Walkow.

Walkow is a village in the Kozmin Wielkopolski community, within the Krotoszyn County, Greater Poland, 7 kilometres north of Kozmin Wielkopolski, 23 km north of Krotoszyn, and 70 km south-east of Poznan.

GALEW, at half way from DOBRZYCA to Walkow.

WALKOW - 9 km west to Dobrzyca.

Katy - 3 km north-west to Wilkowyja;
Wilkowyja - 21 km north to Dobrzyca - is a village in the Jarocin community,
within the Jarocin County, Greater Poland;
7 kilometres north-east of Jarocin and 62 km south-east of Poznan.

Remember:
Maciej Walesa b. 1811 in Nowa Wies, close to Rozdrazew, d. 1880 in Nowa Wies.

Note at margin:
Wojciech Jankowski, d. 1737, m. in 1717 to Anna d. 1754, with a son Maciej Jankowski, ca 1717-1782, m. in 1744 to Agnieszka Walesa, ca 1724 - 1746; Maciej Jankowski, m. second in 1746 to Apolonia, ca 1716-1786.
Agnieszka Walesa, b. 1724 in Galew, close to Walkow, as the daughter of mentioned
Maciej Walesa, d. 1737 in Katy, close to Wilkowyja, m. bef. 1717 to Dorota d. 1764 in Galew.
Siblings of named Agnieszka b. 1724:
Walenty Walesa b. ca 1717, married in 1742 in Walkow;
Mateusz Walesa vel Kalowy, ca 1719-1786;
Leon Walesa b. ca 1722;
Marianna Walesa, ca 1727-1794, m. Franciszek Filip; 2nd she was married to Jakub Dlugi vel Filip, ca 1725-1793;
Stanislaw Walesa, ca 1730-1784, married in 1754 in Walkow, to Marianna Kostuj died in 1779,
Bartlomiej Walesa b. ca 1733.

Above Maciej Walesa d. in 1737 in Katy, close to Wilkowyja; married bef. 1717 to Dorota died in 1764 in Galew, close to Walkow.
They had oldest sons:
Walenty Walesa b. ca 1717, m. 1742 in Walkow, to Agnieszka;
Mateusz Walesa vel Kalowy, ca 1719-1786, married in 1745 in Walkow, to Marianna, ca 1719-1789.

Katy - 3 km north-west to WILKOWYJA. South to ZERKOW. 19 km north-west to MAMOTY and CZERMIN.

Wilkowyja is a village in the Jarocin county, 62 km south-east of Poznan.

Note at margin:
Jan Orpel b. 1883, to Maciej Orpel and Agnieszka Walesa. Maciej was born 1832, in Borzecice, 2 km east to Walkow.
Agnieszka was born in 1838, in Borzecice, near to Walkow.
Jan married Marianna Dobrzycka in 1907, b. 1889, in Gostyn.

Walkow is a village in the Kozmin Wielkopolski community, 7 kilometres north of Kozmin Wielkopolski, 23 km north of Krotoszyn, and 70 km south-east of Poznan;
9 km west to DOBRZYCA, and 22 km west to PLESZEW.

Lech Walesa's relatives:
Edmund Bromirski b. 1925 in Chalin.

Chalin is a village in the Dobrzyn by Vistula community, within the Lipno County, 7 kilometres north-east of Dobrzyn.

A daughter of Jan Walesa, 1st and Helena Jozefa - ie. Eugenia Walesa Bromirska, b. 1901, was living in CHALIN.

C.

Jan Walesa 1st, b. 1873 in Wola Nakonowska close to Chocen, and Jan's wife was born in 1879 in Filipki, the Smilowice parish.
Jan Walesa was living in Michalkowo, the Lipno County, and in 1916 in Popowo, the Lipno county.
Jan Walesa 1st had sibilings:
Konstanty Walesa
and Wincenty Jakub Walesa
[b. ca 1879 in Nakonowska Wola, d. 1967 in Wloclawek,
the son of
Mateusz Walesa, b. ca 1845/1850 + Franciszka Wocalewska or OCALEWSKA, born in 1852.
Franciszka married Mateusz Walesa born in 1845.
They had 3 sons: Jan Walesa and 2 other sons].
MATEUSZ WALESA was living in Nakonowska Wola in 1879.
Mateusz Walesa b. ca 1845 / 1850,
was the son of
Michal Walesa and Katarzyna Brylinska.

Mateusz Walesa b. ca 1845 in Wola Nakonowska.

MICHAL Walesa b. 1803 or ca 1805 in Golaszewo, and his wife KATARZYNA, 1815-1867, b. in Wola Nakonowska, died in Kowal.

GOLASZEWO - lies 5 kilometres north-west of Kowal, 12 km south of Wloclawek, 2 km north to Wola Nakonowska.

Michal Walesa b. 1803 or ca 1805, was NOT the son of GRZEGORZ Walesa and Zofia.

MICHAL Walesa [the line of President Lech Walesa], b. ca 1805 [in 1803] in Golaszewo, the CHOCEN community, m. KATARZYNA, 1815-1867, born in Wola Nakonowska, and she died in Kowal.
Michal Walesa b. 1803 or ca 1805, was NOT the son of GRZEGORZ Walesa and Zofia.
Michal Walesa, 1803 - 1880, was the brother to
Franciszka Walesa b. 1807;
Antoni Walesa, 1801-1848.

Michal Walesa b. 1803 / ca 1805, was the son of
Walenty Walesa, ca 1771-1815, married in 1791 in Walkow, to Marianna Pawula, ca 1766-1813;
the grandson of
Stanislaw Walesa, OLDER, ca 1730-1784, married in 1754 in Walkow, to Marianna Kostuj, died in 1779;
the great-grandson of
Maciej Walesa, born ca 1680, died in February 1737 in Katy, close to Wilkowyja, married before 1717 to unknown Dorota, d. 1764 in Galew, close to Walkow.

Walkow is a village in the Kozmin Wielkopolski community, within the Krotoszyn County, Greater Poland, 7 kilometres north of Kozmin Wielkopolski, 23 km north of Krotoszyn, and 70 km south-east of Poznan.

GALEW, at half way from DOBRZYCA to Walkow.

D.

Antoni Madalinski was in 1778 - 1788 under protection of the Sulkowskis; he was living in Baszkow - 6 km to the Silesien and then Prussian border -
south-west of Krotoszyn, close to Zduny - north-west of Ostrzeszow.

Baszkow is situated ca 5 km west of Zduny, the Leszczynskis land, then in 1791 to Mielzynski.

Antoni Madalinski, younger, after capitulation in 1794, was jailed by the Prussians in 1795 - 1797.

E.

Antoni Kozlowski, b. ca 1760, d. aft. 1784, the owner of Sroki and Gorka, close to Kobylin, married in 1783 in Lodz, to Roza Kczewska / Kszczewska, 2nd, b. ca 1760.
Witnesses:
Stanislaw Kostka Potocki, Colonel, the owner of Bedlewo,
Feliks Niegolewski, the owner of Bytyn [compare - NAIMSKI],
Jakub Myszkowski, the owner of Gorka, close to Brodnica.

Roza the 2nd, was the daughter of Franciszek Kczewski, the Srem official,
the son of
Jan Jozef Ignacy KCZEWSKI (1702 - 1740), the Nowogrodek official, + Rozalia Kczewska, d. 1775
- and Rozalia was the daughter of
Michal Stanislaw KCZEWSKI, the Inflanty official, and Barbara Elzbieta Rexin.

Above
Franciszek Kczewski, the Srem official, married in 1758 in Czacz
[4 kilometres north-east of Smigiel, 9 km south-west of Koscian],
to Roza Wiktoria Potocka, b. in 1742 in named Czacz,
the daughter of
Jozef Potocki, the Krzywin governor, and Anna Kunegunda Gajewska -
and Anna was the daughter of
Franciszek Gajewski (1675 - 1733) and Wiktoria Choinska (d. 1770).

Above Antoni KOZLOWSKI b. 1756/1760,
was the son of
Jakub Kozlowski, b. ca 1725, d. in 1788 in Szoldry
[31 km south of Poznan];
the owner of Goscieszyna and Gorki (in 1759), the owner of Wyskoc (in 1775), Wiry (in 1766)
+ in 1756 in Ujazd, the Kamieniec parish, Jozefa Golecka / Jozefa GALECKA, b. 1738, d. 1813,
the daughter of
Aleksander Golecki / Aleksander Galecki, b. ca 1710, d. aft. 1775 + Katarzyna Damecka died bef. 1790.

Roza, second, ie. Roza Kczewska born 1760 in Tokary, married to named above Antoni Kozlowski, b. ca 1756/1760, d. aft. 1784,
the owner of Sroki and Gorka in the Kobylin parish
- Kobylin is a town in Krotoszyn County, close to BASZKOW - 27 km south-west to ROZDRAZEW;
see the Walesa family in the 18th century.

Tokary of the Kczewskis: 6 kilometres north-east of Przodkowo, 13 km north-east of Kartuzy, and 21 km west of the regional capital Gdansk; 4 km north-east to Kczewo.

Compare Nowa Wies close to Krotoszyn, the Walesa's core; 8 km north-east to Rozdrazew.
Kobylin - 33 km south-west to Nowa Wies and 27 km south-west to Rozdrazew.

At present:

Piotr Walesa in Wola Nakonowska.
Boleslaw Walesa, 1907-1945; the son of Jan was born in 1873, in Wola Nakonowska.
MONIKA FIGAS (KRUCZKOWSKA) of WOLA NAKONOWSKA.
Andrzej Gorda of Golaszewo and Bournemouth;
Laura Gorda of Golaszewo, Wloclawek and Bournemouth - school in Nakonowo;
Ewa Gorda in Ringwood;
Johnny Gorda in Bournemouth, of Golaszewo, and Wloclawek. GRABKOWO - 1 km south to Czerniewice, 7 km north-east to Chocen, 6 km south-west to Kowal.
TERESA WALESA in KOWAL and Rakutowo.
Rakutowo, 4 km south-east to KOWAL.
Zaneta Katarzyna Walesa in Golaszewo. Walesa Pawel, in Golaszewo.

The WALESAs were living in 1833, in ZGIERZ: Jan Walesa and Anna Ludwika Rebaiz vel Rabeyz / RABEUZ b. 1802. Jan was born in 1780, in Zgierz.
Above JAN WALESA:
Jan Walesa b. 1780 Zgierz, was the son of
Mikolaj Walesa, b. 1752 + Zofia. Above MIKOLAJ WALESA born 1752, was maybe the next of kin to Grzegorz Walesa, b. ca 1770.

We back to Rozdrazew - Krotoszyn - Pleszew area:
Jadwiga (Hedvigis) Walesa (born Paszek) b. 1874, came from Rozdrazewko. Jadwiga married Stanislaw Walesa.

Galew is a village in the Dobrzyca community, within the Pleszew County, Greater Poland; 17 km west of Pleszew.

Jadwiga Krawiec (born Walesa) born ca 1832, to Antoni Walesa and Marianna Olek. Antoni was born ca 1801, in Galew.

Lech Walesa's father Boleslaw Walesa, b. 1907 in Sobowo, d. 1945, but Lech's ancestors were living south to Wloclawek, in the Chocen community: Filipki, Wola Nakonowska and Golaszewo of the DAMBSKI family
- in the 30' of the 19th century the Dambskis were living in DABIE, too.
DABIE:
here we got the line to
Michal WEZYK who was the son of Piotr Jan Ignacy Adam Wezyk (1774-1816) + Stanislawa Kostka Zieleniewska (d. 1810).

And in DABIE was living
Count Eugeniusz Dambski, the officer of the November Uprising 1830/1831, b. in 1804 in GOLASZEWO close to Nakonowo and to Wola Nakonowska, died in 1887, the son of
Kazimierz DAMBSKI buried in LUBRANIEC, and Anna Klobukowska. We have also different data: GOLASZEWO belonged to Count Eugeniusz Dambski, b. 1804 in Golaszewo, d. 1887; the son of Damian Felicjan Kanty Dambski, 1784 - 1842, was living in 1839 in Dabie, the Kolo County [see Zieleniewski]; the grandson of Jan Nepomucen Dambski and Maria. Jan Nepomucen Dambski b. 1732.
Eugeniusz had a brother
Count Julian Dambski, 1808-1846, who was closest to a member of the Radziejow Agriculture Society.

Smilowice

a village and the estate in the Chocen community,
5 km north to CHOCEN

[of Ignacy Wyssogota-Zakrzewski who was the son of IZYDOR Wyssogota-Zakrzewski;
see Jaroslaw Slota of Chocen aft. 1983 - net to Malgorzata Zieleniewska - Zgierz - PM Leszek Miller of Lodz,
Monika Bogucka-Sedzicka, Sinti of Lodz with Boguslaw Grabowski and L. Balcerowicz
- Halina Wodkiewicz-Jaworska of Krokusowa Rd and village Leszno few km to the Krasne estate of the Krasinskis - Krasinski is the net of the GARCZYNSKI clan of the Koscierzyna county and LINIEWO
- and the Garczynskis close to KOSCIAN - Wilkowo Polskie, with the famous Cagliostro visit from MALTA to Adam Poninski who was closest to SZOLDRSKI of Wilkowo Polskie, and Garczynski in ZBASZYN near to Chobienice of the MIELZYNSKI family
- Krasinski of Krasne acted in Kamieniec Podolski during the visit of Carsten Niebuhr in 1767 from MALTA],

3 km north-west to Filipki [the Lech Walesa genealogy],
6 km west to Wola Nakonowska [Lech Walesa's ancestors];
8 km south-west to GOLASZEWO [in 1805 here the Walesas were living].

Smilowice in 1633, belonged to Stanislaw Kretkowski; then to his daughter -
Barbara Dorpowska + the governor of LOWICZ;
Barbara's son - Michal Dorpowski was the last owner and Smilowice was taken by DAMBSKI until ca 1795.
In August 1794 in Smilowice was nobility meeting supported Tadeusz Kosciuszko.

Andrzej Dambski died in 1734, the governor of BRZESC Kujawski, married Katarzyna Krakowska, the daughter of Wojciech (1650-1717), the KRZYWIN governor,
with children:
Marcjanna + Jozef Kretkowski, the KOWAL governor,
Maria + Jacek Lezenski, + Plichta, the Gostyn official.
Pawel Dambski (d. 1783), the Brzesc Kujawski governor,
Kazimierz Jozef Dambski (1701-1765), the SIERADZ governor,
Antoni Dambski, the Poznan official,
Jozef Wojciech Dambski (1713-1778), the KOWAL governor.

Andrzej Dambski, junior, died in 1734, the governor of BRZESC Kujawski, was the son of
Jan Stanislaw DAMBSKI (d. 1687), the Kujawy governor, and Anna Miaskowska, the daughter of Wojciech MIASKOWSKI, the SANTOK governor.
Andrzej junior was the grandson of
Andrzej Dambski senior (died in 1617), the Kujawy governor,
and of Waclaw Leszczynski d. 1628, the KALISZ governor, the Crown Marshal.

Andrzej Dambski junior, in 1718, bought
Smilowice, and
Nakonowo,
2 km north-west to GOLASZEWO,
7 kilometres west of Kowal,
12 km south of Wloclawek.
Smilowice and above Nakonowo, in 1734, Jozef Wojciech Dambski bought; he d. 1778, the Kowal governor.
Andrzej Dambski JUNIOR, owned:
Dabie,
and Borucino - sold in 1692 to hands of Zygmunt Dambski, the Kujawy governor.
Named andrzej Dambski, junior also owned:
Siewiersko, Sieroszewo, Kuznica,
Brzezie,
Ustronie, Drzebielewo and Smulsk.

Count Andrzej Dambski, junior, was next of kin to the King, Stanislaw Leszczynski, by his grandmother Barbara Leszczynska.

Smilowice bought Maciej von Waldorff - Wolicki, ca 1795.
Ca 1867/1870 Gustaw Findeisen bought SMILOWICE close to Golaszewo and to Chocen.
The Findeisen family owned Smilowice until 1939.
Above
Gustaw Adolf Findeisen, 1834-1885,
was the son of Karol FINDEISEN, 1797-1855, German, and Julianna Stegman, 1794-1854;
Gustaw Findeisen, German roots, was born in 1834 in Gostynin, d. in Smilowice.
He acted in WLOCLAWEK and Gustaw Findeisen was the Warsaw industrial entrepreneur.
Gustaw's grandson - by Tadeusz son - was Andrzej Findeisen.
Gustaw FINDEISEN m. in 1867, in Lowicz, to Pelagia Joanna Rodys, 1849-1875,
the daughter of
Dss Boleslawa Wanda Felicja Rodys Swiatopelk-Mirska, born in 1831 in Swiedziebnia, in the PLOCK county, d. in 1915 in Warsaw.
Boleslawa was the daughter of
prince Tomasz Swiatopelk-Mirski / Thomas Theophilus Jan Sviatopolk-Mirsky [1st m. MALESZEWSKA] and 2nd marriage to
Marianne / Marianna Marcjanna Swiatopelk-Mirska, nee Nostitz-Jackowska, 1807 - 1853,
the daughter of
Jan Nepomuk Xaverius Nostitz-Jatskovski / Jan Nepomucen Nostitz-Jackowski, b. ca 1770, and Petronela DRYWA - ZAKRZEWSKA.
The grand-daughter of Alexander Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1729;
great-granddaughter of MICHAL b. ca 1700 / 1705, d. ca 1766;
the great-great-grandson of Jan Nostitz-Jackowski + Rozalia Trzebska,
and JAN had also the daughter
Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska married Andrzej Kiedrzynski, b. ca 1715/1720, the Bieganin owner [my family branch].

Mentioned PELAGIA was the mother of
Jadwiga Pawinska;
Wladyslaw Tomasz Findeisen;
Stanislaw Findeisen
and Tadeusz Findeisen.

Above Tadeusz Findeisen, 1875-1948 + Aniela Niemirowicz-Szczytt, 1889-1975.
And Tadeusz had children:
1. Gustaw Findeisen, 1912-1992;
2. Andrzej Findeisen, Turkiel, 1915-1944 + Irena Zieleniewska, 1919-2017,
with:
Magdalena Findeisen, Zieleniewska, b. 1943;
Andrzej Michal Findeisen b. 1944.
3. Tomasz Findeisen, 1919-2004 + Anna Helczynska, 1924-1997;
4. Krystyn Tadeusz Findeisen, 1924-1944.

Mentioned Findeisen Gustaw Adolf (1834-1885), the patriotic activist and railroad organizer. Born in Gostynin as the son of Karol, who had recently arrived from Saxony.
Gustaw Findeisen owned Smilowice close to Chocen.


The Sapieha genealogy and below we have sibilings:

1.
Kazimierz Jan Sapieha, the top Lithuanian official in 1659, 1661, the Polock governor in 1670, deputy commander of the Lithuanian army in 1681, the Wilno governor in 1682-1703;
2.
Benedykt Pawel Sapieha took CZERCIA, LUBOSZANY + Berezyna; Wojskie, Siemiatycze, RETOW.
4.
Leon Bazyli Sapieha, General in 1684, died in 1686;
5.
Teodora 1st m. to Aleksander Naruszewicz, and the 2nd m. Wladyslaw Tyszkiewicz;
6.
Katarzyna Anna Sapieha, d. after 1699;
1st m. in 1668 to Prince Aleksander Michal Lubomirski (d. 1675), the son of Prince Jerzy Sebastian Lubomirski.

the 2nd Katarzyna Anna Sapieha Lubomirska was married to Jan Lipski, the SADECKI official in 1676; ie. Jan Stanislaw Lipski d. 1682, the Perejaslaw official in 1679.

Katarzyna Anna Lipska nee Sapieha, ca 1651 - 1717, the daughter of Pawel Jan Sapieha and Anna Barbara.
The wife of Jan Stanislaw Lipski

[b. ca 1647, d. 1683, the son of Hieronim Lipski and Anna TASZYCKA.

Note to named HIERONIM LIPSKI:

Aleksander Feliks Lipski married twice -
1st Urszula Krasicka d. 1719.
Her husband Lipski was the brother of Hieronim Lipski m. Anna Taszycka,
who had a son
Jan Stanislaw Lipski b. ca 1630, d. 1683, m. 1st in 1669 to Zofia Potocka, m. 2nd to Katarzyna Anna Sapieha.

Joanna Wronecka, b. 1958 in Krotoszyn - see the family of Angela Merkel - diplomat and ambassador in Egypt (1999-2003), Morocco with SENEGAL (2005-2010; see el Wadiste). In EGYPT: before her - Grzegorz Dziemidowicz; her successor stayed Jan Natkanski.

Jan Natkanski born in Honoratow in 1941. In Egypt in 2004-2008. Studied in LODZ, until 1964. 1965 - 1971 in IRAQ. Before him in Cairo - Joanna Wronecka.

HONORATOW, 20 km north-west to Ossa - a home of Zbigniew Natkanski, senior, b. 1958;
19 km north-west to ZARNOW - see Robert Bubis, and
and 19 km north-west to Nadole - see Bubis, 2016-2020 abroad;
25 km north-west to Bialaczow of the Malachowskis - see the Illuminati pyramid here.

Junior, ZBIGNIEW NATKANSKI acted in Wojcin, 4 km south-east to Honoratow, b. ca 1989.

Honoratow lies 9 kilometres west of Paradyz, 21 km west of Opoczno. Close to Wielka Wola, CZERNIEWICE, and to Wojcin.

Czerniewice and Wielka Wola belonged to Aleksander Feliks Lipski, b. ca 1650, d. 1702,
the son of
Jan Wojciech Lipski and Maksymilianna Ossolinska.

Aleksander FELIKS Lipski died in 1702, in Studzianna close to Opoczno, 2 kilometres south-west of Poswietne, 17 km north of Opoczno.
Feliks Aleksander Lipski maybe died in Kalisz.
Feliks Aleksander Lipski was the governor in Kalisz, 1699-1702, in Sieradz in 1692-1699.

Aleksander Feliks Lipski married twice -
1st Urszula Krasicka d. 1719. Her husband Lipski was the brother of Hieronim Lipski m. Anna Taszycka
who had a son
Jan Stanislaw Lipski b. ca 1630, d. 1683, m. 1st in 1669 to Zofia Potocka,
m. 2nd to Katarzyna Anna Sapieha.

Urszula KRASICKA was the daughter of
Marcin Konstanty Krasicki, d. 1672, the Przemysl governor, m. Maria Teofila Czartoryska, d. 1712,
the daughter of Jan Karol Czartoryski.

Urszula married Andrzej Modrzewski (Modrzejewski) d. 1683;
2nd Prokop Jan Granowski, d. 1696;
3rd to Feliks Aleksander Lipski, d. 1702]

and
Aleksander Michal Lubomirski, Duke.
Mother of
Teresa Dembinska;
Duke Jerzy Aleksander Lubomirski;
and Anna Konstancja Malachowska.

7.
Konstancja Sapieha, 1651 - 1691, m. in 1675 to Prince Hieronim Sanguszko, 1651 - 1684/1685;
8.
Zofia m. Mikolaj Grudzinski, the Golub official.

And we back to the 3rd child.
3.
Franciszek Stefan Sapieha, the top official of Lithuania in 1666, 1670, the BOBRUJSK official and he died in Lublin in 1686;
married in 1672 to Pss Anna Krystyna Lubomirska (d. 1701), with:
A.
Jan Kazimierz Sapieha, the BOBRUJSK official, the Wielkopolska governor in 1707, the Commander-in-chief of the Lithuanian Army in 1708 - 1709, Russian marshal in 1726, b. in 1672, d. 1730;
m. in 1699 to Ludwika Opalinska (1684 - 1719), with:
1.
Piotr SAPIEHA, Count of Bychow, Chamberlain of the Russian Imperial Court, the Wschowa official, b. in Dresden in 1701, d. in Radlin in 1771

[President Lech Walesa had ancestors lived in Katy - 3 km north-west to Wilkowyja. Under protection of Opalinski - Sapieha clan: in 1673, Piotr Opalinski younger took Tarce, Radlin, Katy, Wilkowyja, Lusczanow, Stregosza, Bachorzewo, Cielcza, Czasczow, Dambrowa.
Wilkowyja with the parish church, by the Lutynia river, 7 km north-east to JAROCIN, 8 km south to ZERKOW, in the 15th century owned by Zaremba Zerkowski as the part of RADLIN. Next to BNINSKI, Radlinski, Opalinski and Wloszakowicki];

1st m. in St.Petersburg in 1727, Css Sofia Maria Skowronska (d. 1739);

the 2nd married in 1750, Pss Joanna Sulkowska (1736 - 1800),
with:
Jan Jozef Kalasanty Sapieha, 1734 - 1761;
m. 3rd in 1753 (div 1756) to Elzbieta Branicka (ca 1734 - in Koden in 1800),
the daughter of Piotr Branicki, the BRACLAW governor, and Waleria Szembek.

Franciszek Stefan Sapieha was the owner of Tronienice, BOCKI, LACHOWICZE.

2.
Pawel Sapieha, 1714 - 1737;
3.
Franciszek Antoni Sapieha, Cistercian, Head of monastery in Koprzywnica, d. 1731;
4.
Katarzyna Ludwika Sapieha, 1718 - 1779;
1st m. in 1733; div 1745; to Michal Antoni Sapieha (1711 - 1760);
2nd married in 1745, Albert Pawel von Lilienhoff.

B.

Jozef Franciszek Sapieha, General in 1710, lived in 1670 - 1744; m. in 1709 to Krystyna Branicka (d. 1761), with:
Teresa Sapieha, d. before 1784; 1st m. in 1739 (div 1745) Prince Hieronim Florian Radziwill (1715 - 1760); 2na m. in 1752 to Joachim Potocki (d. before 1796).

C.
Jerzy Felicjan Sapieha, the MSCISLAW governor in 1742, b. ca 1673/1674, died in 1750; m. in 1706 to Katarzyna Radomicka, d. 1736, with:
Marianna SAPIEHA, b. ca 1720, died in WSCHOWA in 1794, the 1st married bef. 1744 to Ignacy Kozminski, the Wschowa official,
the 2nd married in PYZDRY in 1760, to Ludwik Dambski, 1731-1783, [div. bef. 1783], the BRZESC KUJAWSKI official.

D.
Franciszka Izabela m. Jakub Henryk Flemming, General, Count.

Above
Marianna SAPIEHA 1st m. Ignacy Kozminski, of WSCHOWA
[her daughter Ludwika Kozminska b. 1747, d. 1808, m. 1st Franciszek Ksawery Sokolnicki and in 1783 to Makary Stefan Melchior Gorzenski,
the son of Franciszek Salezy Gorzenski, d. 1776 + Anna Deregowska.
The grandson of Aleksander Mikolaj Gorzenski, d. 1754 + Anna Kozminska, d. 1729];
the 2nd m. Ludwik Dambski, of Brzesc Kujawski close to CHOCEN.

DAMBSKI Ludwik Karol (1731-1783) d. in Graboszewo, at way from Wrzesnia to KONIN, 7 kilometres south-west of Strzalkowo, 9 km south-west of Slupca, and 59 km east of Poznan. Ludwik was the official in Brzesc Kujawski (1755), the Royal court official in 1751, Senator in 1770-1783, the Inowroclaw official, the governor in Brzesc Kujawski (1770-1783);
the son of
Kazimierz Jozef Dambski, 1701 - in 1765 in Warsaw, the SIERADZ governor; + Jadwiga Dambska, 1710-1767.

The grandson of
Andrzej Dambski d. 1734, the governor of Brzesc Kujawski. In 1733 the supporter of Stanislaw Leszczynski.

The great-grandson of
Jan Stanislaw Dambski, 1630 - 1687, the KUJAWY governor in Konary,
who was the son of
Piotr DAMBSKI (1600-1643) and Dorota Kruszynski.
And the grandson of Andrzej DAMBSKI, oldest, d. 1617, the Kujawy governor in Konary.

Named above
Jadwiga Dambska, ca 1700 - 1767, the daughter of Wojciech Dambski and princess Adelaida Cecylia Teresa Radziwill.
Wife of Kazimierz Jozef Dambski, and mother of Jan Chrzciciel Chryzostom Dambski;
Jan Nepomucen Dambski;
Karol Dambski,
and Karolina Katarzyna Kossowska.
Sister of Antoni Jozef Dambski and Teresa Teofila Dambska.

Mentioned
Wojciech Dambski, 1676 - 1725, was the son of Zygmunt Dambski and Jadwiga Gorska.
Husband of princess Adelaida Cecylia Teresa Radziwill.

Wojciech Andrzej Dambski, 1676 - 1725, was the Royal Court Marshal in 1702, the Sochaczew official and in Inowroclaw.


Lech Walesa's father Boleslaw Walesa, b. 1907 in Sobowo, d. 1945, but Lech's ancestors were living south to Wloclawek, in the Chocen community: Filipki, Wola Nakonowska and Golaszewo of the DAMBSKI family - in the 30' of the 19th century the Dambskis were living in DABIE, too.
DABIE: here we got the line to
Michal WEZYK who was the son of Piotr Jan Ignacy Adam Wezyk (1774-1816) + Stanislawa Kostka Zieleniewska (d. 1810).

Anna Barbara Krystyna Estka III, born Kosciuszko, in 1741, to Ludwik Tadeusz Kosciuszko and Tekla Siechnowiecka Kosciuszko, born Ratomska.
Anna had the brother, General Tadeusz Andrzej Bonawentura Kosciuszko Siechnowiecki.
Anna married Piotr Estko in 1762, and Piotr was born in 1729.

Stanislaw Myszkowski, b. ca 1772, d. in Klobka parish. The leaseholder of Wilkowice [2 km south to Filipki], the CHOCEN community, in the Grabkowo parish [Grabkowo - 2 km north to Kepka Szlachecka], close to Kowal; in 1821, he was leaseholder of nearby Wilkowiczki, and in 1837 - Szewc Wielki and Szewc Maly [SZEWO and Szewo Male - 8 kilometres north-east of Lubien Kujawski, 24 km south-east of Wloclawek; 14 km south-east to Chocen].
Stanislaw Myszkowski 1st married to Malgorzata Dambska, b. 1778 in above Wilkowice, in the Grabkowo parish. She died in 1814, the daughter of
Stanislaw Dambski, b. 1724, d. 1802 in Wilkowice, buried in Lubraniec, the Brzesc Kujawski official, MP in 1790, the son of
Tomasz DAMBSKI died in 1748, the Inowroclaw official, and Marianna Kolczynska, the daughter of
Jan Kolczynski and Teofila Radojewska.
Stanislaw Dambski b. 1724, was married Teresa Madalinska, ca 1738 - 1805 in Wilkowice, the Grabkowo parish, the daughter of
Lukasz MADALINSKI, the KOWAL official, died aft. 1767 + Ewa Estek / Ewa Estko, b. ca 1721.

Malgorzata Dambski b. 1778, had sibilings:
1. Jozef Walenty Dambski, b. 1777 in Wilkowice, m. Marcjanna Marianna Leszczynska, b. 1785, the daughter of Hilaria Lanckoronska, m. Leszczynska, b. 1764 in Rawicz.
Hilaria Leszczynska was the daughter of
Franciszek Kazimierz Lanckoronski b. ca 1723 in Rawicz, d. 1785 in Regnow, 9 km east to Rawa Mazowiecka + Eleonora Garczynska, ca 1722 in Poznan.
2.
Marianna Dambska, b. 1778 in Wilkowice, m. in 1799 in Grabkowo, to Walenty Waliszewski b. ca 1780,
3.
Wincenty Dambski, b. ca 1780, m. Placyda Moszczenska;
Stanislaw Myszkowski married second aft. 1815 to Barbara Zaremba, and they were living in above Szewo.

Above Tadeusz Kosciuszko b. 1746, closest to Anna Estko, and he known Piotr Estko, monk.
Anna Barbara Krystyna Estko, born Kosciuszko, born in 1741, d. in 1814, the daughter of
Ludwik Tadeusz KOSCIUSZKO, 1700-1758 + Tekla RATOMSKA, 1715-1768.
Anna Kosciuszko married to Piotr ESTKO, b. ca 1729. Piotr ESTKO b. 1729, was the brother to EWA ESTKO.

Lukasz Madalinski, the Kowal official, died aft. 1767, m. Ewa Estek, b. 1720/1721.

Michal MADALINSKI, m. 2nd (?) time to Katarzyna Rudzki, with children:
Anna Konstancja + Antoni Turski;
Franciszek, the priest in Kruszwica and in Brzesc Kujawski in 1724;
Samuel,
Lukasz Madalinski,
Walenty.

Samuel Madalinski in 1731 was the owner of CHOCEN.
Samuel Madalinski died before 1738, left children with his wife Wiktorja Wierzbowski:
Jakob Madalinski
and Eufrozyna Madalinska + Jakob Krasnicki.
Jakob Madalinski in 1748 was the owner of Cerekwia / CEREKIEW 8/9 km west to RADOM. But sold this property - he was living close to Brzesc Kujawski and KOWAL.

Above Lukasz Madalinski, official in KOWAL close to Wloclawek, in 1727, in 1748; bought a part of named above Cerekiew in 1748;
his brother - Walenty - inf. 1767.
LUKASZ married Ewa Estka, with the daughter
Teresa Madalinska + Stanislaw Dambski in 1771, official in BRZESC KUJAWSKI.
Teresa died after 1796.
Lukasz's son -
Zenon Bonawentura Madalinski.

Named above Walenty Madalinski, official in KOWAL in 1740, in Brzesc Kujawski in 1746;
he bought Borzymowice in 1740 - 4 km west to CHOCEN;
m. Helena Umiastowski, with the son -
Jozef Madalinski, and
a daughter - Franciszka Krystyna, born in 1734 m. 1st to Piotr Skarbek; 2nd she married to Kasper Slawinski - official in KONIN in 1782.

Mentioned here Jozef Madalinski, official in Inowroclaw in 1770, and in Kowal in 1770; died in 1775; his aunt Skarbkowa / Skarbek, had a court case about Borzymowice and Laki Markowe in 1775 with the Parliament envoy; they took Swietoslawice in 1778. Jozef Madalinski married Teodora Polichnowska, with sons:
Ludwik Madalinski the son probably to the 1st wife Teodora Modlinski;
and Aleksy Antoni Madalinski, b. June 1762;
and a daughters.

In 1796 a court case vs Libiszowski; in 1797 Ludwik and Aleksy Madalinski bought Kieszkow, Cerekiew and Zatopolice, from General Antoni Madalinski.

Kieszek close to Radom.

Zatopolice west to CEREKIEW - both situated 12 and 8 km west to RADOM.

Above Lukasz Madalinski, official in KOWAL close to Wloclawek, in 1727, in 1748.
Lukasz Madalinski, b. ca 1700, the writer in KOWAL, the son of Michal MADALINSKI.

Above Stanislaw Dambski b. 1724, d. 1802 in Wilkowice, the Brzesc Kujawski official, buried in Lubraniec, the son of
Tomasz Dambski, the Inowroclaw official, 1690-1748 + Marianna Kolczynska.
Above Tomasz DAMBSKI family:
Brzezie - west of WLOCLAWEK [see Lipno and Plock !], close to Radziejow and Brzesc Kujawski / Brzesc Kujawski. BRZEZIE was the land property of
Jozef Dambski, b. ca 1810, the son of
Jozef Walenty Dambski, b. 1777 and Marcjanna Marianna Leszczynska born 1785.
Jozef Dambski's great-grandparents:
Tomasz Dambski of Inowroclaw, 1690-1748;
and
Lukasz Madalinski of Kowal, b. 1700.

BRZEZIE was the land property of Jozef Dambski, b. ca 1810, but also WIENIEC - in the first half of the nineteenth century - was owned by the Dambskis.

Eugeniusz Dambski, b. 1804 in Golaszewo close to CHOCEN.
his great-grandparents -
Kazimierz Jozef Dambski, 1701-1765;
Jadwiga Dambska, 1710-1767.

Above Kazimierz Jozef Dambski, b. 1701, the son of Andrzej Dambski, died in 1734.
The grandson of
Jan Stanislaw Dambski, b. ca 1630, d. 1687.

POLA NEGRI m. Count Eugeniusz Dambski, b. 1893 in Rawa Mazowiecka, Eugeniusz was the son of
Mieczyslaw Dambski, b. ca 1855/1857, and Natalia Weglinska, Dambska.
Mieczyslaw's father was Ludomir Dambski,
the grandfather - Maksym Dambski and PLOWSKA.

Maksym Dambski was the son of Wincenty Dambski and Placyda MOSZCZENSKA.

Wincenty Dambski died in 1820, the son of Stanislaw Dambski and Teresa MADALINSKA.

Stanislaw Dambski, 1724 - 1802, m. Teresa MADALINSKA. Stanislaw d. 1802 in Wilkowice. The son of Tomasz Dambski (1690-1748),
Tomasz Dambski, 1690-1748, was the son of Zygmunt DAMBSKI and Teresa Kruszynska.

And we back to the RADZIWILLES - Oginski - SOLTAN:

Jadwiga Zaluska Tyszkiewicz m. 2nd to Duke Tadeusz Franciszek Oginski (1712-1783), and Retow passed on the ownership of the family Oginski. Tadeusz Franciszek Oginski was 1st married to Izabela Radziwill [Izabela Kotryna Oginska born Radziwill] of Nieswiez, d. 1761 / 1763.
Izabela Kotryna Oginska Radziwill, b. 1711, d. 1761 / 1763 in Maladzyechna [Molodeczno], the Minsk Province, was daughter of
Michal Antoni Radziwill b. 1687.

Named Michal Antoni Radziwill was brother of
Lukrecja Katarzyna Donhoff;
Adelajda Cecylia Teresa Dambska [in Golaszewo];
Jan Mikolaj Radziwill, and
Mikolaj Faustyn Radziwll
who was father of Stanislaw Radziwill, 1722 - 1787,
with the daughter
Franciszka Teofila Soltan, b. circa 1751,
and her children were:
Adam Leon Ludwik Soltan;
Karolina Piottuch-Kublicka, b. ca 1790 + Jozef Piottuch-Kublicki, b. ca 1780

{with children:
Walentyna Soltan (Walentyna Piottuch-Kublicka b. ca 1800 + Wladyslaw Jozef Soltan, 1795 - 1843,
with a daughter
Oktawia Soltan, b. 1830, d. 1871 in Kazan, m. in 1849 to Wladyslaw Hieronim Samuel Soltan, 1824 - 1900);
Anna Benislawska (Anna Piottuch-Kublicka + Jozef Benislawski);
Stanislaw Piottuch-Kublicki;
Oktawia Piottuch-Kublicka + Jozef Szumski + DOMINIK KONSTANTYNOWICZ of MIEZONKA;
Emilia Piottuch-Kublicka + Wincenty Smokowski, 1797 - 1876,
a son of Konstancja Mickiewicz;
Adolf Piottuch-Kublicki + Ida Oginska b. ca 1820};

Franciszka Teofila Soltan, b. circa 1751 had also a daughters - Helena Soltan
and
Anna Wankowicz.

Mentioned above Tadeusz Franciszek Oginski was 1st married to Izabela Radziwill
with children:
A.
Franciszek Ksawery Stanislaw Oginski and
B.
Andrzej Ignacy (1738-1783) + Paula Szembek,
with the son
Michal Kleofas Oginski (1765-1833),
the owner of Molodeczno, Zalesie and Retow in 1812 from hands Platon Zubow [1806-1812].
Michal Kleofas Oginski lived in Zalesie, married two times:
Izabella Lasocka, and
Maria de Neri (she died in 1851).

Golaszewo together with Wilkowice, Wilkowiczki and a part of Szczutkowo belonged to Dabski in the 18th century. They came from Lubraniec. Kretkowski owned Wieslawice, Zakrzewiec, Swiatkowice, Kamienna and Blonie. Close to him - Moszczenski. GOLASZEWO belonged to Count Eugeniusz Dambski, b. 1804 in Golaszewo, d. 1887; the son of Damian Felicjan Kanty Dambski, 1784 - 1842, was living in 1839 in Dabie, the Kolo County [see Zieleniewski]; the grandson of Jan Nepomucen Dambski and Maria. Jan Nepomucen Dambski b. 1732.
The great-grandson of General Kazimierz Jozef Dambski, 1701 - 1765 in Warsaw, who was the son of Andrzej Dambski, the Sieradz governor, and Katarzyna.

Ignacy Zakrzewski, the owner of CHOCEN [close to Wloclawek and of Golaszewo - Wola Nakonowska], married to Konstancja Zakrzewska, 1760 - 1840, the daughter of Antoni Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, the governor of LAD, 1710-1779, and Agnieszka Anna Bielinska, 1731-1779.

Count Damian Felicjan Kanty Dambski, 1784-1842, was the son of Jan Nepomucen Dambski, b. 1732, the husband of Teresa MIECZKOWSKI, and Maria JASIENSKI.

Jan Nepomucen was the son of Kazimierz Jozef Dambski, 1701 - 1765 in Warsaw, and
Jadwiga Dambska, ca 1700 - 1767, the daughter of
Wojciech Dambski and princess Adelaida Cecylia Teresa Radziwill.

Adelaida Radziwill was the daughter of Dominik Mikolaj Radziwill / Radvila and Anna Marianna POLUBINSKA.

Adelaida's brother was Mikolaj FAUSTYN Radziwill, 1688 in Kletsk - 1746 in Dziecioly.

Mikolaj Faustyn was the son of Dominik Mikolaj Radziwill / Radvila and Anna Marianna Polubinska. Mikolaj Faustyn Radziwill was the father of Udalryk Krzysztof Radziwill; princess Teresa Barbara Radziwill;

Mikolaj Faustyn had the son Stanislaw Radziwill / Stanislovas Radvila, Duke, b. 1722 in Berdyczow, the Zytomierz county, d. 1787. Stanislaw + Karolina Radziwill were the parents to:
Mikolaj Radziwill; Franciszka Teofila Soltan; Jerzy Radziwill / Jurgis Radvila; Teofila Radziwill; and Anna Barbara Radziwill.


Lech Walesa's father Boleslaw Walesa, b. 1907 in Sobowo, d. 1945. Lech's ancestors were living in the Chocen community: Filipki, Wola Nakonowska and Golaszewo of the DAMBSKI family - in the 30' of the 19th century the Dambskis were living in DABIE, too.
In Chocen in the 80' of the 18th century we have the Boryslawski - Owsiany clan. Chocen is situated 10 km south-west to Golaszewo. Golaszewo lies 5 kilometres north-west of Kowal, 12 km south of Wloclawek.

Eleonora Boryslawski was the owner of Zimotki, 19 km south-west to DABIE; 18 km south-west to Chelmno by the Ner river.
Katarzyna Boryslawska b. ca 1745, married Bystrzanowska / Katarzyna Bystrzonowska, was the sister of Jan Boryslawski b. 1740 [married Owsiana], and Eleonora Chmielewski, b. ca 1750.
Maybe Wojciech Borzyslawski, inf. in 1778, was the next of kin to named above Eleonora Chmielewska Boryslawska.

Michal Orzechowski, who acted in ZGIERZ, 1833/1834-1911, married Antonilla Wezyk, 1841-1916.
Antonilla Wezyk-Widawska, 1841-1916, was the daughter of Michal WEZYK and Konstancja Locci b. 1811.
Named Antonilla ORZECHOWSKI, born WEZYK-WIDAWSKA, had 2 sisters: Jozefa Wezyk and one other sibling. Antonilla had 12 children: Adam Orzechowski; Antoni ORZECHOWSKI.
Konstancja Wezyk, nee Locci, was the daughter of Ignacy Pantaleon Bartlomiej Locci de Raimundi b. in 1776. Konstancja had 2 siblings: Magdalena Golabek - Lesniowska, born Locci.

Konstancja married Michal Wezyk, born ca 1800 / 1810, ie. Michal Szczepan WEZYK, b. ca 1810.
Michal was the son of Piotr Jan Ignacy Adam Wezyk (1774-1816) + Stanislawa Kostka Zieleniewska (d. 1810).
MICHAL married Konstancja Locci (1811-1867), with the daughter Antonilla (1841-1916) born in Karszew, the DABIE parish, the Leczyca county.
Antonilla married to Michal Stefan Orzechowski (1834-1911), in 1860 in Dabie, the Leczyca county.
Above Piotr Jan Ignacy Adam Wezyk (1774-1816) born in Piotrkow Trybunalski. Piotr WEZYK m. 1st Stanislawa Kostka Zieleniewska (d. 1810), and m. 2nd to Marcella Zieleniewska (1789-1872) in Oct. 1810 in Dabie.

Above Karszew - the Kolo county, in the Dabie by Ner river community, 5 km north-east to DABIE.

Named above Piotr Jan Ignacy Adam Wezyk (1774-1816) was the son of Michal Wezyk (1740 - 1811) + Konstancja Osinska (1742-1817).
Above Michal WEZYK died in 1811, the Inowroclaw official and Piotrkow officer, was the son of Wladyslaw Karol Wezyk + in 1754 to Petronela Skorzewski, b. ca 1712; she was 1-voto KARSNICKA, second voto WEZYK;
Petronela was the owner of Beldow, and then Beldow belonged to her husband - Wladyslaw Wezyk / Wladyslaw Karol Wezyk, b. ca 1710.

We know on WEZYK Wladyslaw, b. 1730 in Kociugi.

We know on Mathias Kazimierz Lempicki, bpt. in 1729 in Chotow, with godfathers - Jan Szawelski, Karol Karsnicki and Petronella Skorzewska, b. ca 1712, and she was married to Karol Karsnicki in 1734.

Petronela's b. 1712, sister was ZOFIA Skorzewska b. ca 1713 / 1715:
Szymon Myszkowski b. ca 1710, d. in or aft. 1752, inf. in 1730, 1733, 1738, 1739 in Chotow south-west to WIELUN, inf. in 1742 in Dworszowice Koscielne, and in 1752 in Lgota Wielka.
Szymon, in 1739 in Chotow, was married to Zofia Skorzewska of Chotow, b. 1715, d. aft. 1750.
Inf. in 1739 on godmother Katarzyna Skorzewska of Chotow.
1742 - Zofia Myszkowska nee Skorzewska, godmother in Dworszowice Koscielne near to Dzialoszyn.
Petronela Skorzewska b. ca 1710, m. in 1734 in Chotow. Chotow belonged to nobility, but Kurow and Turow took Wielun city. Chotow - 7 / 8 km south-west to WIELUN.

In Chotow in 1727, Filip Ostrowski with Petronela Skorzewska from Chotow, were the godparents.
Probably Petronela b. 1710 / 1712, had the sister - ZOFIA b. ca 1713 / 1715. And next sister Katarzyna b. ca 1707, nee Skorzewski, together with a brother - Andrzej Skorzewski.
They were the son and the daughters of MICHAL Skorzewski.
Maybe Michal Skorzewski, b. ca 1680/1685, was the brother of Mikolaj Skorzewski, b. ca 1680 + Linowska.
Michal and Mikolaj were the sibilings and they had a father - Jan Skorzewski, b. ca 1650/1660 + Barbara WIELOWIEYSKA.

Now on the children of Tadeusz Wolanski, in 1813 married Wilhelmina Schrotter / Schretter, b. bef. 1800, the owner of Rybitwy close to Pakosc:
1.
Antoni Wolanski, 1826 - 1864, m. Stefania Jozefa Cezaryna Zablocka, 1831 - 1901.
2.
Julian Zygmunt Wolanski, 1815/1820 - 1862, m. Maria Brodowska, 1820 - 1887;
3.
Malwina Wolanska, 1831 - 1881, m. in Bydgoszcz in 1851, to Jozef Ilowiecki, 1825 - 1871.

Jozef ILOWIECKI was the great-grandson of
1. Stanislaw Ilowiecki;
2. Antoni Nasierowski, 1735 - 1784;
3. Konstancja Miaskowska, 1746 - 1814;
4.
Lucja Skorzewska, 1740 - 1786 - the daughter of
Antoni Skorzewski, 1710 - 1766

{Antoni's parents -
Mikolaj SKORZEWSKI, b. ca 1680 + Urszula Linowska, the daughter of Stanislaw Linowski.

Mikolaj Skorzewski was the son of Jan Skorzewski, b. ca 1650/1660 and Barbara Wielowieyska.

Jan Skorzewski maybe was the brother of Gabriel SKORZEWSKI, b. ca 1650/1660 + LUCJA KOSZUTSKA.

Mikolaj Skorzewski was the father of
Konstancja Skorzewska;
Urszula Skorzewska;
Aleksandra Pagowska;
named Antoni Skorzewski;
Ewa Skorzewska
[acc. to Leszek Mila in 2018]}

+ Anna Nostitz - Jackowska, ca 1710 - 1768. Anna was the sister of Franciszka Kiedrzynska.

Antoni Skorzewski, 1710 - 1766, m. Anna Nostitz - Jackowska, ca 1710/1715 - 1768.
Anna was the daughter of Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670.
Anna was the sister of Franciszka Kiedrzynska Jackowska married Andrzej Kiedrzynski, b. 1715/1720.

Lucja Skorzewska, 1740 - 1786 - the daughter of Antoni Skorzewski, 1710 - 1766. Antoni's parents - Mikolaj SKORZEWSKI, b. ca 1680 + Urszula Linowska, the daughter of Stanislaw Linowski.
Mikolaj Skorzewski was the son of Jan Skorzewski, b. ca 1650/1660 and Barbara Wielowieyska.

Jozef Skorzewski of Raszkow, south to Pleszew in 1802, m. Helena Skorzewska, nee Lipska, 1766 - 1832.

Named JOZEF Skorzewski = Jozef Ignacy Skorzewski, b. in 1757 in Komorze, and died ca 1809. Helena was the daughter of Jan Lipski and Marianna Kozminska.

Komorze, 4 km west to Nowe Miasto by Warta.

JOZEF was the son of Michal Skorzewski, 1707 - ca 1789 and Ludwika Czapska-Hutten.

Jozef Skorzewski was the grandson of Count, General-major Andrzej Tomasz Skorzewski and Dorota CHOINSKA, b. ca 1670.

General-major Andrzej Tomasz Skorzewski married Dorota CHOINSKA, b. ca 1670.
This is the family of Anastazja Sczaniecka.

Michal Skorzewski, the Poznan official, buried in PYZDRY, had a daughter Anastazja Sczaniecka born 1752 in Komorze;
Anastazja was the mother of BRYGIDA MIELZYNSKA - b. 1775, died in Poznan, m. Mikolaj Gorgoni Mielzynski
- the grandson of ANDRZEJ MIELZYNSKI b. 1698.

Michal Skorzewski in 1786 was the owner of Broniszewice, close to Pleszew, died in 1789, and Broniszewice then inherited STADNICKI ie. the children of
Teresa WEZYK married Franciszek Stadnicki.

Jozef Ignacy Skorzewski was the Gniezno official, leased Raszkow in 1802 from hands of Juljanna Arnold, the daughter of Kasper Kiedrzynski and Marjanna; and from Helena Kiedrzynska widowed after death bef. 1802 of Izydor Kiedrzynski in JEDLNO. Jozef Skorzewski had a sister Antonina.
My family - Kiedrzynski - was living close to Pleszew, Kalisz [the 30' of the 18th cent.] and to Ostrow Wielkopolski [from the 40' of the 18th century] in the Sobotka parish and the Raszkow parish.
They intermarried with the Nostitz-Jackowski family and the Pstrokonski clan [after ca 1736 {not aft. 1730}].

Jan Nepomucen Ksawery Nostitz-Jackowski born 1770, was the son of Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski and Marianna nee Kczewska / Marcianna Antonie Barbara Nostitz-Jackowska
[Marianna Kczewski / Marcianna Antonie Barbara Nostitz-Jackowska Kczewska, born in Straszewo, near by KWIDZN/MALBORK - the wife of Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski].

Aleksander Jackowski was born in 1729 ie. Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski, b. ca 1729 - d. 1802 in the Nogat village.
The son of Michal Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1705, d. ca 1766.
The grandson of Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670.

LEON SKORZEWSKI in Lubostron

[Leon took Tadeusz's Wolanski collections of plants, minerals and various peculiarities of nature]

ie. Leon Fryderyk Walenty Skorzewski, 1845 - 1903,
the son of
Arnold Franciszek Skorzewski; Arnold was born in 1798 in Warsaw, d. 1862 in Lubostron, the Znin County

[see Leon Czolgosz; 9 km north-west to BARCIN and north-west to the village Krotoszyn, Zalesie and small city Pakosc],

the grandson of
Fryderyk Jozef Andrzej Skorzewski, b. 1768 in Berlin, d. 1832 in Lubostron, or in Labiszyn, 8 km north-east to named Lubostron. But his burial was in Zon, 10 km south-east to Margonin and south-east to Chodziez.

Fryderyk's foster father -
Franciszek Andrzej Skorzewski, ca 1730 - 1773 in Zon, close to Margonin,
the son of
Count, Royal General-Major Andrzej Tomasz Skorzewski, born in 1674 in Wargowo, close to Oborniki - d. 1740;
the grandson of
Gabriel SKORZEWSKI, b. ca 1650/1660 + LUCJA KOSZUTSKA.

Jan Skorzewski b. 1650/1660, maybe was the brother of named Gabriel SKORZEWSKI, b. ca 1650/1660.

Andrzej Tomasz Skorzewski was the brother of
Ludwika Ostromecka Malechowska;
Wladyslaw Maciej Skorzewski;
Wincenty Jozef Skorzewski;
Jozef Prokop Skorzewski;
Katarzyna + 10 others sibilings.

Antoni Skorzewski, 1710 - 1766, was the son of Mikolaj SKORZEWSKI, b. ca 1680 + Urszula Linowska, the daughter of Stanislaw Linowski. Mikolaj Skorzewski was the son of Jan Skorzewski, b. ca 1650/1660 and Barbara Wielowieyska. Jan Skorzewski maybe was the brother of Gabriel SKORZEWSKI, b. ca 1650/1660 + LUCJA KOSZUTSKA.
Antoni b. 1710 married Anna Nostitz - Jackowska, ca 1710 - 1768.

Mikolaj Skorzewski was the son of Jan Skorzewski, b. ca 1650/1660 and Barbara Wielowieyska. Jan Skorzewski probably was the brother of Gabriel.

Anna JACKOWSKA Skorzewska, ca 1710/1715 - 1768, was the sister of Franciszka KIEDRZYNSKA [the wife of Andrzej Kiedrzynski, b. 1715/1720 - my family line]; Anna Nostitz - Jackowska married Antoni Skorzewski, 1710 - 1766.

Eleonora Olszewska / Olszowska Borzecka, 1690 - 1732 + Maciej Stanislaw Borzecki, b. ca 1680, with the children:
1.
Konstanty Borzecki, the Kalisz official, 1714 - 1772.
2.
Aniela Borzecka, 1711 - 1773, married Ignacy Skorzewski, 1707 - 1789,
the son of
General Andrzej Tomasz Skorzewski, 1674 - 1726 + DOROTA CHOINSKA,
and the grandson of
Gabriel SKORZEWSKI, b. ca 1650/1660 + LUCJA KOSZUTSKA. Jan Skorzewski maybe was the brother of Gabriel SKORZEWSKI, b. ca 1650/1660.

Chotow in 1739, Szymon Myszkowski married Zofia Skorzewska of Chotow; witnesses:
Stanislaw Ostrowski of Chotow, and Gaszynski of Rychlowice, and with Jan Olszowski.

Chotow close to Wielun, in 1680, godparents:
Aleksander Ostrowski and Marianna Kiedrzynska, b. ca 1662.

Chotow in 1714, Wojciech Stanislaw was bpt., the son of Andrzej Kiedrzynski b. ca 1680/1690, oldest + Jadwiga, of the Slupsko estate. Maybe the brother of JAKUB Kiedrzynski of Wielun - Kurow. SLUPSKO -
4 km west to Chotow; 12 km south-west to Wielun.
Godparents:
Aleksander Ostrowski of Chotow, and Anna Kucybulska of Kurow.

Eleonora Olszewska / Olszowska, 1690 - 1732 + Maciej Stanislaw Borzecki, b. ca 1680, the son of Kazimierz Borzecki, ca 1620/1630 - 1709, and the grandson of Wojciech Borzecki, ca 1590 - ca 1660; had the daughter Aniela Borzecka, 1711 - 1773, married Ignacy Skorzewski, 1707 - 1789, the son of Andrzej Tomasz Skorzewski, 1674 - 1726 + DOROTA CHOINSKA, and the grandson of Gabriel SKORZEWSKI, b. ca 1650/1660 + LUCJA KOSZUTSKA.

Aniela's Skorzewska daughters -
Marianna Skorzewska and
Dorota Skorzewska b. ca 1735/1740, married to Stanislaw Scibor-Chelmski, with
the son Franciszek Ksawery Scibor-Chelmski, bef 1779 - ca 1844.

Ignacy's Skorzewski b. 1707 sibilings:
Marianna Skorzewska, older, 1690 - 1768;
Helena Skorzewska, b. ca 1700;
Urszula;
Stanislaw SKORZEWSKI, 1700 - 1761;
Jozef Skorzewski, older, b. ca 1700;
Konstancja SKORZEWSKA;
Michal Skorzewski, 1707 - 1789;
Anna, 1710 - 1745;
Franciszek Andrzej Skorzewski, 1716 - 1773;
Gabriel Skorzewski, died in 1783;
Hieronim Skorzewski.

Named above Michal Skorzewski, b. 1707 - died in 1789 in Komorze, buried in Pyzdry.
Parents:
Andrzej Tomasz Skorzewski, 1674 - 1726 + Dorota Choinska.

Michal Skorzewski married to Ludwika Hutten-Czapska, 1722-1799,
with
Katarzyna Agnieszka SKORZEWSKA, 1749 - 1797;
Anastazja Skorzewska, 1752 - 1835;
Jozef Skorzewski, b. 1757 = Jozef Ignacy Wojciech Skorzewski, senior, 1757 - ca 1809.


Lech Walesa's father Boleslaw Walesa, b. 1907 in Sobowo, d. 1945. Lech's ancestors were living in the Chocen community: Filipki, Wola Nakonowska and Golaszewo of the DAMBSKI family.

Golaszewo:
Golaszewo together with Wilkowice, Wilkowiczki and a part of Szczutkowo belonged to Dabski in the 18th century. They came from Lubraniec.
Kretkowski owned Wieslawice, Zakrzewiec, Swiatkowice, Kamienna and Blonie.
Close to him - Moszczenski.
GOLASZEWO belonged to Count Eugeniusz Dambski, b. 1804 in Golaszewo, d. 1887; the son of Damian Felicjan Kanty Dambski, 1784 - 1842, was living in 1839 in Dabie, the Kolo County [see Zieleniewski];
the grandson of Jan Nepomucen Dambski and Maria. Jan Nepomucen Dambski b. 1732.

The great-grandson of General Kazimierz Jozef Dambski, 1701 - 1765 in Warsaw, who was the son of Andrzej Dambski, the Sieradz governor, and Katarzyna.
Ignacy Zakrzewski, the owner of CHOCEN [close to Wloclawek and of Golaszewo - Wola Nakonowska], married to Konstancja Zakrzewska, 1760 - 1840,
the daughter of
Antoni Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, the governor of LAD, 1710-1779, and Agnieszka Anna Bielinska, 1731-1779.

Count Damian Felicjan Kanty Dambski, 1784-1842,
was the son of
Jan Nepomucen Dambski, b. 1732, the husband of Teresa MIECZKOWSKI, and Maria JASIENSKI.
Jan Nepomucen was the son of Kazimierz Jozef Dambski, 1701 - 1765 in Warsaw, and Jadwiga Dambska, ca 1700 - 1767, the daughter of
Wojciech Dambski and princess Adelaida Cecylia Teresa Radziwill.

Adelaida Radziwill was the daughter of Dominik Mikolaj Radziwill / Radvila and Anna Marianna POLUBINSKA.

Adelaida's brother was Mikolaj FAUSTYN Radziwill, 1688 in Kletsk - 1746 in Dziecioly.
Mikolaj Faustyn was the son of Dominik Mikolaj Radziwill / Radvila and Anna Marianna Polubinska.
Mikolaj Faustyn Radziwill was the father of Udalryk Krzysztof Radziwill;
princess Teresa Barbara Radziwill;
Mikolaj Faustyn had the son Stanislaw Radziwill / Stanislovas Radvila, Duke, b. 1722 in Berdyczow, the Zytomierz county, d. 1787.
Stanislaw + Karolina Radziwill were the parents to:
Mikolaj Radziwill;
Franciszka Teofila Soltan;
Jerzy Radziwill / Jurgis Radvila;
Teofila Radziwill;
and Anna Barbara Radziwill.

Above DAMIAN Dambski / Count Damian Felicjan Kanty Dambski, 1784-1842,
the son of Jan Nepomucen Dambski; Damian was twice married.
1.
Teofila Skarbek-Malczewska m. in 1818, Pajeczno, the daughter of Franciszek Malczewski, 1749-1825 + Hiacynta Molska, 1764-1839.
Teofila was living in 1794-1824, and they had a daughter
Css Leokadia Dambska, 1823-1887.
Leokadia Dambska married to Count Gustaw Eustachy Dambski, Count title in 1826, the insugent in 1830-1831, 1799-1863,
the son of
Michal Dambski and Anna JASIENSKI.

MICHAL was the son of Pawel Jan Dambski and Helena KONARSKA.

2. Justyna Eleonora Bonin-Slawianowska, ca 1794 - 1824, the daughter of Antoni Slawianowski [Bonin - Jelita] and Antonina.
Justyna married in 1825, Wloclawek [compare here Tadeusz Wolanski].

My family - Kiedrzynski - was living close to Pleszew, Kalisz [the 30' of the 18th cent.] and to Ostrow Wielkopolski [from the 40' of the 18th century] in the Sobotka parish and the Raszkow parish.
They intermarried with the Nostitz-Jackowski family and the Pstrokonski clan [after ca 1736 {not aft. 1730}].

By Ushi Derman:
"Frank addressed his followers:
'I came not to elevate your spirits, but to humiliate you to the bottom of the abyss, where you can get no lower, and where no man can rise from by his own forces, but only God can pull him with his mighty hand from the depth'.
By 'abyss' he meant particularly sexual rituals that included sacred orgies with just a touch of incest. ...
David Kahana in his 'Book of Darkness':
'on the 26th day of the month of Shvat in 1756, on a market day in the town of Lanzkron, [LANCKORONA] Podolia, the people of the Frank sect gathered in the morning in an inn of one of their own, closed all the windows in secrecy, and took the rabbi's wife, a beautiful and promiscuous woman, sat her down naked in a palanquin, placed a Torah crown upon her head and danced around her...'."

His Polish aristocratic supporters chose their wives at the age of 17 and 18.
They kidnapped young girls and made them harem, they used sadism, pedophiles, necrophiles - preparation of corpses, and even adopted Judaic customs, such as the Sabbath and kosher.
The Frankis maintained contact with
the German Illuminati through Altona in the suburb of Hamburg; and in Frankfurt am Main;
in London, through Samuel Falk,
through Cagliostro, the main emissary of the Order of Malta,
through Carsten Niebuhr in 1767, in Skala Podolska, and
established contacts with the Russian authorities in 1766 for anti-Polish purposes, and for muddle in the Balkans.

Russia's supporters in the 18th century and in the 19th century are not just Frankists in 1766; but also it is possible Georgian families, reaching the highest royal and princes dignities in Georgia.
They are also aristocratic individuals from upper-class lineages in Poland imbued with the ideology of the Illuminati.

In the second half of the 19th century, a Polish underground movement emerged in Russian intelligence [Armand-Konstantynowicz]; it operated in consultation with France [Breguet, Frauchi], England [Koziell-Poklewski] and Austria and even with Germany [Parvus, Hutten-Czapski].

Poles were assisted by the Baltic Germans [Pilar-Pilchau, Mohrenschildt], who had mastered Russia's counterintelligence from the 1840s.

Georgians nobility and Scottish Templars sought help and support in the Orthodox Church in Moscow.

Frankists in Skala Podolska in 1767 were visited by Carsten Niebuhr, whom sent The Illuminati Superior of the Order of Malta, Manuel Pinto as early as 1761.

The whole Niebuhr visit in Poland in 1767, after the search for a New Religion in Persia and drugs in Yemen, and after penetrating Egypt in 1761/1762 [alchemy], organized rich noble families:
the Krasinskis from the neighborhood of Przasnysz in Krasne

[Ludwik Krasinski born in 1833, the friend of Leopold Kronenberg; Ludwik owned Krasne, Przystan, Magnuszewo, Krasnosielc and Zulin; Ojcow - Pieskowa Skala; Adamow with Gulow; Ursynow;
Rohatyn -
in the vicinity was the center of the sexual deviation movement represented by Wilhelm Reich who wrote extensively, in his diary, about his sexual precocity. He maintained that his first sexual experience was at the age of four. He also was a Marxist.

Ludwik Krasinski owned many villages in the Minsk governorate from Magdalena Kiezgajlo-Zawisza: Kuchcice and Zarnowki in the IHUMEN county.

Maria Magdalena Radziwill, nee Zawisza-Kierzgajlo / Kiezgajlo, primo voto Krasinska, b. 1861, d. 1945 in Fryburg, in 1917/1918 in Moscow and in Minsk she was the communist. In 1919-1935 she co-operated with Jews communities.

Maria Magdalena was the daughter of Maria Kwilecka married Kiezgajlo, and Maria Magdalena was Belarussian not Polish! In 1882 she was married to
Ludwik Jozef Krasinski.
Ludwik Jozef died in 1895 and she was married to the son of
Wilhelm Adam Radziwill, ie. to Waclaw Mikolaj Radziwill in 1906 in LONDON;
he was pro-Russian politic, and
the great-great-grandson of Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill b. 1705 in Ciemkowicze, alchemist, sexual pervert and the FRANKISTS supporter, living close to Ostrow Wielkopolski];

Stadnicki from Pleszew area and Jedlno;
Tarnowski of Podole;
Kossakowski of Skala Podolska;
the Poniatowskis of Warsaw and of Berezyna in Belarus.

Jacob Frank was jailed because his sexual antics.
He then converted to the Russian Orthodox Church.

By Dan Cohn-Sherbok in 1997:
In 1765 Frank planned to establish links with the Russian Orthodox Church and with the Russian government through a Russian ambassador in Warsaw, Prince REPNIN. At the end of the year a Frankist delegation went to Smolensk and Moscow. And they promised to instigate some pro-Russian activity among the Jews, but no details.

The clandestine links between the Frankist movement and the Russian authorities date from this time.
These plans became known to the Jews of Warsaw in 1767, and counter-delegation was sent to St Petersburg. Frankist propaganda spread once more through Jews in Volhynia, Hungary, Moravia and Bohemia. Liks were formed with secret Shabbateans in Germany.

Teomim of Horodenka was in ALTONA in 1764.

St. Germain, an Alsatian Jew, Simon Wolff by name, born at Strasbourg [de ROHAN core], had the title of the Count of St Germain during the early 1740s, called an Italian, a Spaniard, a Pole, was in London in 1745.
St. Germain understood Polish and visited ALTONA close to Hamburg.

Alexander Mikhailovich (Sandro) was the Freemason [see Duflon and Konstantynowicz Company], and he called himself Philalethes. The 1785 congress convened by the Amis Reunis and the Philalethes was also attended by the Anton Mesmer, Comte St. Germain and Comte Cagliostro, another student of Rabbi Falk.

Cagliostro, had known all the secrets of Dr. Samuel Falk.

Catherine the Great was reportedly also associated with the Comte St. Germain.
St. Germain was in St Petersburg, where he participated in a conspiracy when the Russian army assisted Catherine in usurping the throne from her husband Peter III of Russia.

At the same time
Althotas also been identified with Kolmer, the instructor of Adam Weishaupt, a German leader of the Illuminati, and at other times Althotas was identified with the Comte de Saint Germain.

Althotas was born in southern of Denmark. Then he was living in Turkey, and EGYPT [Misraim in 1738 - London ?].

Tadeusz Grabianka was in Hamburg and Altona under the name of Slonskimp as the Illuminati.

Cagliostro had been initiated into the rite by the COMTE St. GERMAIN. The Comte de Saint Germain born ca 1691/1712, d. 1784, was a European alchemist. In 1779, St. Germain arrived in Altona in Schleswig, to Prince Charles of Hesse-Kassel, who also had an interest in mysticism and in secret societies.

In Turkey, in the 2nd half of the 17th century, Donmeh / Donme, a group of Sabbatean crypto-Jews in the Ottoman Empire, was created as the political and religious movement.
The movement was centered in Thessaloniki were Jakob Frank was in 1738. Jakob Frank in 1738 joined his father on a business journey from Czerniowce to Thessaloniki and he was introduced to Sabbatean circles in Thessaloniki.

At the same time
SAMUEL FALK, known Frankist, was in London [after 1736/1737 or he arrived here before 1742] to Emanuel Swedenborg.

Teomim of Horodenka was in ALTONA [Hamburg] in 1764 and in 1767, as the Frankist. Here were living mainly Ashkenazic Jews.

Jonathan Eybeschutz born in Cracow in 1690, died in named Altona in 1764, was a Talmudist, Rabbi of the "Three Communities": Altona, Hamburg and Wandsbek.

Jonathan Eybeschutz's grandson was Baron Thomas von Schoenfeld, an apostate Jew who inherited his grandfather's collection of Sabbatean kabbalistic works.
He founded a Masonic lodge called the Asiatische Bruder, one of four Illuminati lodges in Vienna.
After his uncle's death in 1791, he was offered the leadership of the Frankist movement which he refused.

ALTONA was visited by St Germain [St Germain known Catherine the Great of Russia]; the FRANKISTS movement; Tadeusz Grabianka of the Illuminati; maybe ALTHOTAS from Denmark was in Altona - he was friendly to Cagliostro and Manuel Pinto in MALTA.

In 1779, St. Germain arrived in Altona in Schleswig, to Prince Charles of Hesse-Kassel. Altona is the westernmost part of Hamburg.

"Mateusz Mieses mentioned that a German work published in 1714 mentioned a Polish priest who allegedly converted to Judaism in Amsterdam. Julian Ursyn Niemcewicz also talked about Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill (1705 - 1781), who allegedly celebrated Sabbath and kashruth".

Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill, b. 1705, was the alchemist. The FRANKISTS leaders maintained a relationship with Prince Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill, b. 1705, who "showed interest in religious issues and who visited Yaakov Frank in 1759".

Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill of Ostrow Wielkopolski was the supporter of the FRANKISTS.

In 1765, Jakob Frank, known Sabbatean, planned to establish links with the Russian Orthodox Church and with the Russian government through a Russian ambassador in Warsaw, Prince REPNIN. At the end of the year a Frankist delegation went to Smolensk and Moscow.

Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill, b. 1705 in Ciemkowicze, General Lieutenant, d. 1782 in Sluck [see NIEPOKOJCZYCKI],
the son of
Jan Mikolaj Radziwill [the co-owner of OSTROW WIELKOPOLSKI with the Przebendowskis],
and
Dorota Henryka Przebendowska [b. ca 1680 ?] 2nd voto Franciszek Bielinski [1683 - 1766].

Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill, b. 1705, came from the same branch of the Radziwills as Stefania Julia Radziwill, the lady-owner of Miezonka in the Berezyna parish

[in 1742, the land belonged to the Konstantynowiczs. Berezyna and Lubuszany were owned by the Potockis came from Artur Potocki, the Templar. Lubuszany is situated at half way from BEREZYNA to MIEZONKA]

and as Stanislaw Radziwill, b. 1722, and his family:
Soltan - Piottuch-Kublicki - Szumski - Konstantynowicz
[the 40' of the 19th century].

Above Franciszek BIELINSKI, junior, b. 1683, was the son of
Kazimierz Ludwik Bielinski, 1650-1713,
and the grandson of
Franciszek Bielinski, senior, b. ca 1620, and Anna Akerstoff.

Above Kazimierz Ludwik Bielinski, b. ca 1650, d. 1713, the Crown Marshal in 1702-1713, in 1682 he married Ludwika Maria MORSZTYN, the daughter of Andrzej Morsztyn.

Kazimierz's sons:
1.
Franciszek Bielinski, junior, b. 1683 - 1766, the Crown Marshal in 1742-1766, the Chelmno governor in 1725-1732, m. above Dorota Przebendowska;
2.
Michal Bielinski [b. ca 1690] died 1746/1747, the Chelmno province governor in 1738, the Sztum office, 1725 the King court, 1736-1742 in Kozlowka palace near by Lubartow;
m. 1st to Aurora Maria Rutowska, the daughter of Fryderyk August II and Fatima,
the grand-daughter of
Jan Jerzy II Saxon / Sas and his 1st wife - Anna Zofia of Danmark, 2-v. Claude Marie de Bellegarde;
Jan Jerzy the 2nd m. 2nd time to Tekla Peplowski, the grand-daughter of Jadwiga Niemyski, of the Kozlowka estate.

Michal's BIELINSKI [b. 1690] children:
1.
Stanislaw Kostka Bielinski [b. ca 1740 ?] died 1812 in Vicebsk / Witebsk, served on the court of the King Stanislaw August Poniatowski; the Marshal of the Parliament in 1793,
m. Katarzyna nee Golicyn, b. 1775, d. 1825 [1770-1827] in Saratow.

His daughter was
Julia Stanislawowna Bobrynska nee Sonocka Bielinska / Bielinska, b. after 1790 / bef. 1804 - d. 1892 [1795-1892];
m. in 1822; after death of husband she moved to Paris;
she was married to
Pavel Alekseevich Bobrinski / Pawel Aleksiejewicz Bobrynski ie. Pawel Bobrynski / Bobrinski born on October 27, 1801, in Saint Petersburg ie. Paul Bobrinsky, b. 1801 - died in Florence 1830
(see Oginski and Chodzko - Venture, Breguet, Sulkowski),
m. 1822 to Julia Junosza - Bielinska / Junosza Bielinski / Julia Junosha-Belinskaya, b. 1804 - d. in Paris in 1899.

Pawel's daughter was
Julia Pawlowna Bobrynska / Julia Broel - Plater, Golabek - Jezierska, nee Bobrinski / Bobrynska, 1823 - 1899, married
Waldemar Golabek-Jezierski, Count, b. 1822, died 1855 in Warsaw.
He was son of Jan Nepomucen Pawel Golabek-Jezierski, Count, and Karolina.

Julia BOBRZYNSKA JEZIERSKA 2nd time married Cezar August Broel - Plater in 1859;
Cezar / Cezary August Plater was born on September 8, 1810, in Wilno or in Dusetos or was born as Cezary Augustus in 1808, died in 1877, a brother of
Wladyslaw PLATER, has already been mentioned in association with Emilia PLATER.

Stefania Malachowska (1819 - 1852)
was the daughter of Ludwik Jakub Malachowski
and she was the 1st wife of count Cesar August Broel-Plater / Cezar August Broel - Plater, b. 1810.
Stefania nee Malachowska was the mother of
count Ludwig Casimir Broel-Plater;
Maria Swiatopelk-Czetwertynska;
countess Hedwig Stefania;
Kazimierz Broel-Plater and
Jozef Broel-Plater.

Above Count Cezary Augustus PLATER (1808/1810 in WILNO - 1877 in GORA), a brother of Wladyslaw, has already been mentioned in association with Emilia Plater. At the time of Emilia's illness he proceeded to Warsaw where he signed "the access to the insurrection by the the citizen's of the province of Vilna", and two days later was elected as a Member of Parliament.
In Paris he established the Lithuanian Society and was a great help to Poles who had emigrated to France, making representations to the French Government on their behalf.
After returning to Poland he became active in Poznan politics for 25 years.

CEZAR AUGUST PLATER was the son of
Graf Kazimierz Wladyslaw von Broel Plater, 1779 - 1819 in St Petersburg.
The grandson of
Jan von Broel Plater b. 1759, d. 1789.

Jan had also a daughter Kunegunda Oginska, b. 1783 - Kunegunda Oginska d. 1842/1865; wife of Gabriel Jozef Andrzej Oginski, the son of Ignacy Oginski.

BIALACZOW:

KONSKIE town - it was owned by the grandson of the chancellor,
Jan Stanislaw Malachowski,
the son of Mikolaj Malachowski, the owner of the Konskie in 1793 for over half a century.
He brought Italian architect Franciszek Marie Lanci, and in his estate built the Egyptian Orangery, decorated with hieroglyphs and statues [the Illuminati];
the estate was grown in the Malachowski period, and later Tarnowski, subsequent owners of Konskie - east to ZARNOW
[compare Bubis and Natkanski in the beggining of the 21st century].

The Opoczno County of Sandomierz Province, remained part of it until the Partitions of Poland. Bialaczow was a private town, 8 km south to Opoczno. In 1727 Bialaczow was owned by Malachowski, and during the 19th century.
In the late 18th and early 19th century it belonged to
Stanislaw Malachowski,
who in neighboring villages opened several early industry factories. Inf. in 1787 on Stanislaw Malachowski. In 1795, Bialaczow found itself in the Austrian Empire, and later on, it became part of the Duchy of Warsaw; since 1815 in the Russian-controlled Congress Kingdom. Its coat of arms was devised by Stanislaw Malachowski in 1787.

Stanislaw Malachowski built industrial plants in Petrykozy, Ruda / Ruda Bialaczowska, Parczow.

In 1888, Bialaczow with the palace took Ludwik Broel-Plater, and his grandson
Zygmunt Plater built a brickyard and sawmill in Petrykozy [compare Jozwiak in the 1960-1980].

Above Stanislaw Malachowski (1736 - 1809) the owner of Bialaczow and others estates in the Opoczno county. Before him Bialaczow belonged to Odrowaz, Kochanowski, Dembinski, then to Malachowski and Plater.

Opalenica,
40 km west to Poznan. In 1793 belonged to Prussia.
The owner - General Jozef Niemojewski (1768-1839).
In 1794, he was the insurgent; then he fought in Italy, and he served the Army of the Grand Duchy of Warsaw.
In 1821, Jozef Niemojewski sold Opalenica, and since 1833 he was living in Rokitnica. Here Jozef Niemojewski died in 1839, but was buried in Swiedziebnia.


Explanations:

General Jozef NIEMOJEWSKI, 1st, was the son of Antoni NIEMOJEWSKI and Bojanowska, and General Jozef Niemojewski was born in 1769. Since 1782, Jozef leased Srem, but Srem was in hands of his father - see the Koscian register.

Jozef Niemojowski / Jozef Niemojewski, 2nd, 1760-1836, m. ca 1794 [or ca 1790] to Ludwika Walewska, 1775-1863, of JEDLNO.

General Jozef Niemojewski, 1st, in 1833, bought Rokitnica in the Plock province, and here he was living after back from emogration. He was also the owner of Ratow in the Plock province. Inf. in the Congress Poland in 1837, with his sons: Stanislaw Niemojewski and Feliks Niemojewski.
General Jozef NIEMOJEWSKI, 1st, d. in Rokitnica, in 1839, buried in Swiedziebnia.

The sons of named General Jozef Niemojewski, 1st:
Juliusz Niemojewski, b. ?, the lieutenant in the Congress Poland;
Jozef Kalasanty Niemojewski, b. in 1799, Captain in 1831;
Emil (Emil Wilhelm NIEMOJEWSKI), b. in Poznan, in 1801;
Stanislaw Kamil Antoni Niemojewski, bpt. in Dec. 1813 in Poznan;
and Feliks Niemojewski - see below.

Mentioned Feliks NIEMOJEWSKI, the son of General Jozef NIEMOJEWSKI, 1st.
Feliks Niemojewski was born in 1824, and it was 31 years after wedding of his parents. But General Jozef Niemojewski, the 1st, had SECOND wife: maybe [?] Ludwika Walewska of JEDLNO.
Who was married to Ludwika Walewska of JEDLNO? Either Jozef 1st or Jozef 2nd Niemojewski / Niemojowski.
FELIKS died in 1898, or in 1896. Feliks Niemojewski was the owner of Rokitnica, and a supporter of TOWIANSKI - the net to the ILLUMINATI and Adam Mickiewicz. Feliks Niemojewski, acted in LIPNO north to WLOCLAWEK, living in 1824-1896.
Feliks Niemojewski married in 1851 in Warsaw, to Jozefa Noskowska, b. 1833, d. 1902, the sister of Zygmunt NOSKOWSKI, composer.

Felik's son was Andrzej Niemojewski, b. 1864, d. 1921. Andrzej NIEMOJEWSKI, the son of named Feliks NIEMOJEWSKI + Noskowska, was born in Rokitnica in 1864.

Andrzej Niemojewski was an author, the editor of "Mysl Niepodlegla", d. in Warsaw in 1921; m. Stanislawa Mikiewicz, and they were living in Sosnowiec,
with 2 sons:
1.
Adam Niemojewski, b. 1889, d. 1946, publicist and journalist, the editor of named above "Mysl Niepodlegla",
2.
Lech Jozef Niemojewski.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1830-1831) - the head was Adam Jerzy Czartoryski in 1830.
Wincenty Niemojowski - vice president, a head of the Administration and Police Department.
In 1831, Minister of Internal Affairs and Police has been appointed Bonawentura Niemojowski
and then Antoni Gliszczynski.

The Presidents of the National Government of 1831:
Prince Adam Czartoryski, January 30 - August 17, 1831;
Jan Krukowiecki, August 17 - September 7, 1831;
Bonawentura Niemojowski, September 7 - September 25, 1831;
General Maciej Rybinski, September 25 - October 9, 1831.

Bonawentura Niemojowski, minister of the interior and police, was the son of Feliks Niemojewski and Angela Walichnowska. After returning from abroad, he settled in Marchwacz near Kalisz.

Bonawentura Niemojowski, 1787 - 1835, "was a Polish lawyer, writer and politician. He was one of the leaders of Polish National Government during the November Uprising", acc. to Wikipedia.

Bonawentura Niemojowski was born in Slupia near Kepno, 1787-1835, as the son of Feliks Niemojewski and Aniela Walknowska. In 1821, Bonawentura m. Wiktoria Lubowidzka, with two children.

Above Feliks Filip Niemojowski, the Wielun official, 1740-1794, married 2 times:
1.
bef. 1762 to Wiktoria Siemiankowska b. ca 1730, with: Jozef Niemojewski, the 2nd, 1760-1836 + Ludwika Walewska, 1775-1863;
2.
and second in 1782 to Aniela Wierusz-Walknowska, b. ca 1750,
with Bonawentura Niemojewski, MP in 1830-1831, living in 1787-1835, married 3 times:
1. in 1811 in Gostyczyna to Antonina Wilhelmina Sieroszewska, 1790-1816,
3. in 1821 in OSJAKOW to Wiktoria Lubowidzka, b. ca 1800.

Bonawentura was the brother of Wincenty Niemojowski;
Gabriel Benedykt Wiktor Niemojowski;
Teodozja Niemojowska;
Jozef Niemojowski, the 3rd, b. ?, the son of Feliks Niemojowski and Aniela;
and Norbert Niemojowski.
Bonawentura Niemojewski was the half brother of
Jozef Niemojowski, 2nd, 1760 - ca April 1836 + Ludwika Walewska, ca 1775 - 1863 in Warszawa, the daughter of Jozef Kalasanty Walewski, the owner of JEDLNO;
and
Justyna Julianna Niemojowska.

General Jozef Niemojewski, the 1st, in 1833, bought Rokitnica in the Plock province, and here he was living after back from emogration. He was also the owner of Ratow in the Plock province. Inf. in the Congress Poland in 1837, with his sons:
Stanislaw Niemojewski and Feliks Niemojewski.
General Jozef NIEMOJEWSKI, 1st, d. in Rokitnica, in 1839.

Melchior Jozef Neyman, ca 1764 - 1835, in 1799 served to the French army, During the Polish-Austrian War of 1809 under the orders of Jozef Poniatowski, Neyman was assigned deputy of General Jozef Niemojewski, commander of the department of Lomza, the military commissar was Dominik Kuczynski.
Then Neyman belonged to the garrison of the fortress Serock (commander was Jozef 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
[it lies 8 kilometres south-east of Dominowo, 12 km east of Sroda Wielkopolska, and 40 km south-east of Poznan. Napoleon was born in March 1811, here],
a veteran of 1830 and 1848;
and
Alexander Charles Joseph NEYMAN, in 1816, a prisoner of State in 1846, soldier of 1848.

Opalenica was owned by the Opalinskis over 3 centuries, until a death of Leon Wojciech Opalinskiego in 1775.

Leon Wojciech Opalinski, 1708 - 1775 in Opalenica, the Sieradz prov. governor in 1766; Crown Marshal in 1755; the Bar confederation chief in 1768; in 1743, he married to Teresa Potocki.

In 1680, Katarzyna Opalinska was born; she married in 1698 to the Polish King, Stanislaw Leszczynski. They had second daughter - Maria who in 1725 was married to Ludwik XV, the King of France.

Niegolewo near to Opalenica, was owned by Andrzej Niegolewski.
He was fought in Somosierra, then in 1813. The Niegolewskis owned Niegolewo until 1939.

See:
Krzysztof MIELZYNSKI m. Elzbieta Niegolewski. He d. in Poznan in 1658, married in 1623 to Elzbieta NIEGOLEWSKA, with sons. Krzysztof Mielzynski 1st, m. 1st to Zofia Popowski, 2nd to Elzbieta Niegolewska.

Felicjan Niegolewski, died in 1815; the Wschowa official in 1787; the member of the Targowica Confederation in 1792.
Felicjan Marcin Niegolewski was born in 1740, to Andrzej Niegolewski and Anna Skalawska, the daughter of MARCIN SKALAWSKI.
Andrzej Niegolewski bought in 1751, the estates of Jan Antoni Junosza Bojanowski, the Kalisz official: Bytyn, Roszczki / Rosciegniewice, Wilkowice, Oledry, Gorgoszewo in the Poznan county.
In 1754, Andrzej Niegolewski, the landlord of Bytyn, gave back the money to Wiktor Raczynski, the Poznan governor, from recording amounts probably secured in Bytyn. Andrzej Niegolewski was the son of Jan Niegolewski and Zofia Twardowska. Zofia Niegolewska nee Twardowska, 1715 - 1787.
Andrzej Niegolewski married Anna Skalawska, with the son Felicjan NIEGOLEWSKI, 1759-1815.

Jozef Potocki with the Szeliga coat of arms, died in June 1781 in Wronczyn. He was the governor in Krzywin. Jozef b. 1710, was the son of
Stefan Potocki b. ca 1675/1680 (died 1724) and Franciszka Korzbog-Zawadzka.

Jozef Potocki married Anna Gajewska, the daughter of Franciszek Gajewski, the KUJAWY governor, 1675-1753.
Anna had 5 children:
1.
Magdalena Potocka m. Felicjan Niegolewski, the Royal court official; with the son Andrzej Marcin NIEGOLEWSKI (1787-1857);
2.
Roza Potocka b. ca 1740, m. Franciszek Kczewski, the SREM official, born 1735.

Roza Potocka Kczewska, 1st, the Pilawa Srebrna coat of arms, was born to Jozef Potocki b. 1710 + Anna Kunegunda Gajewska, b. 1721.
Roza Potocka Kczewska had 3 daughters:
1.2.
Ignatia Elzbieta Eufemia Jaraczewska, born Koczewska / Kczewska, in 1759/1761 in CZACZ;
2.2.
Antoni Kozlowski, b. ca 1760, d. aft. 1784, the owner of Sroki and Gorka, close to Kobylin, married in 1783 in Lodz, to Roza Kczewska / Kszczewska, b. ca 1760.

3.
Jozefa Potocka m. Ksawery Kwilecki;
4. Aleksander Potocki;
5. Stanislaw Potocki.

Mentioned above Stefan Potocki (d. 1724/1726) m. Franciszka Korzbog-Zawadzka.
They had children:
A.
Krystyna Potocka m. in 1742 to Jozef Walknowski, the son of Antoni Walknowski, d. 1732.

ANTONI Walknowski m. in 1710 to Urszula Mielzynska, 1689-1743, the daughter of Maciej Mielzynski 1636-1697 + Katarzyna Mycielska, died in 1712.
MACIEJ MIELZYNSKI m. 3rd in Pawlowice in 1684 to Katarzyna Mycielska, a daughter of Krzysztof MYCIELSKI and Teresa Grodziecka; KATARZYNA was the widow after Adam Gorzycki.
Maciej had children:
1.
Elzbieta, m. Franciszek Wessel, official in Zakroczym;
2.
Urszula MIELZYNSKA + Antoni Walknowski.
Urszula Wierusz-Walknowska MIELZYNSKA, died in 1743; URSZULA Walknowska Mielzynska was the half-sister of ANNA GORZYCKA.
Urszula was the mother of Owidiusz Wierusz-Walknowski - the husband of BRYGIDA BARDZKA.
BRYGIDA BARDZKA was the daughter of Wojciech Marek Bardzki d. 1770.

Jakub Kiedrzynski from Kalisz, born in WILCZKOW, was the 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.
Above JAKUB Kiedrzynski, and Antoni Psarski in 1792 [Antoni PSARSKI m. Lucja Czekulin] were next of kin to the Madalinski family.
Brygida Bardzka married 1st to Owidiusz Wierusz Walknowski, before 1761, 2nd to Jakub Kiedrzynski junior, in 1767.

3.
Marianna Krystyna Mielzynska;
4. and
the son Krzysztof Ignacy Mielzynski b. 1670, d. in Pawlowice in 1721 [with the 2nd wife - Elzbieta Baranowska], in 1693 official in KCYNIA; 1717 governor of Przemet.

Krzysztof Ignacy Mielzynski born before 1670 in Dabrowa (Kaisersfelde), close to Mogilno - west to RADZIEJOW. He was the son of
Maciej Mielzynski, born in 1636 in Niegolewo west to Poznan, close to Opalenica; d. 1697 in Goscieszyn near Wolsztyn (Wollstein).
Married in 1667 to Elzbieta Baranowska - she died in 1682.

Krzysztof MIELZYNSKI married in 1682 to Anna Goszycka / Gorzycka - she died in 1733, the daughter of Andrzej Goszycki / GORZYCKI and KATARZYNA MYCIELSKA, d. 1712.

MACIEJ MIELZYNSKI m. 3rd in Pawlowice in 1684 to Katarzyna Mycielska Gorzycka, the daughter of Krzysztof MYCIELSKI and Teresa Grodziecka; KATARZYNA was the widow after Adam Gorzycki or Andrzej Gorzycki.

Krzysztof had the son Andrzej Walenty Mielzynski, 1698-1771; born in 1698 - Goscieszyn close to - Wolsztyn (Wollstein); 9 km south-east to WOLSZTYN,
8 km north-east to WRONIAWY;
north-west to PRZEMET;
18 km north-west to WILKOWO POLSKIE of Kiedrzyski-Zamoyski family.
See Pradzynski-Kiedrzynski line. Compare Wola Wiazowa.

Andrzej Mielzynski d. 1771 in Pawlowice. Married in 1734 to Anna Petronella Bninska, b. before 1720 in GLOGOW - d. 1770, the daughter of Stanislaw Bninski + JOANNA Krzycka.

B.
Jozef Potocki, d. 1781, m. in 1738, to Anna Kunegunda Gajewska, b. 1721.

Anna Kunegunda Potocka nee Gajewska had a daughters:
1.
Roza Potocka, born 1742, married in 1758 to Franciszek Kczewski.
2.
Stanislaw Potocki + Zuzanna Czapska.
3.
Magdalena Potocka, ca 1753 - 1819, m. in 1772 to Felicjan Niegolewski, d. 1815. Felicjan Niegolewski, died in 1815; the Wschowa official in 1787; the member of the Targowica Confederation in 1792.

Andrzej Niegolewski, the landlord of Bytyn, gave back the money to Wiktor Raczynski. Andrzej Niegolewski was the son of Jan Niegolewski and Zofia Twardowska. Zofia Niegolewska nee Twardowska, 1715 - 1787.
Andrzej Niegolewski married Anna Skalawska, with the son Felicjan NIEGOLEWSKI, 1759-1815.

Above Jan Niegolewski = Jan Adam Niegolewski, b. 1708 in Niegolewo of Nowy Tomysl County, died in 1784.
Jan was the son of Michal Niegolewski and Krystyna CZACKA, the daughter of ANDRZEJ CZACKI.
Michal Niegolewski died in 1713. Michal was the son of Maciej Niegolewski and Urszula ZEGOCKA.
MACIEJ Niegolewski, 1640 - 1702, the son of Andrzej Niegolewski and Barbara RADOMICKA.
Andrzej Niegolewski, b. ca 1611, d. 1656. Andrzej was the son of Maciej Jakubowicz Niegolewski.

In 1756, mentioned above Felicjan NIEGOLEWSKI, in 1767, took all estates of his father.
Felicjan Niegolewski married Magdalena Potocka, the Pilawa coat of arms, 1755-1819, and in 1788, he wrote down to her great money.
Felicjan Niegolewski in Bytyn built the palace / manor, and his father Andrzej Niegolewski died in 1790.
In 1790, BYTYN [west to Tarnowo Podgorne and west to Poznan; within the Szamotuly County, 6 kilometres south-west of Kazmierz, 14 km south of Szamotuly, and 29 km west of Poznan] was divided by
Ludwik Skorzewski,
Teodora Niegolewska,
her sister Nepomucena with a husband Ignacy Mierzewski.


Lech Walesa's father Boleslaw Walesa, b. 1907 in Sobowo, d. 1945, but Lech's ancestors were living south to Wloclawek, in the Chocen community:
Filipki, Wola Nakonowska and Golaszewo of the DAMBSKI family - in the 30' of the 19th century the Dambskis were living in DABIE, too.
DABIE: here we got the line to
Michal WEZYK who was the son of Piotr Jan Ignacy Adam Wezyk (1774-1816) + Stanislawa Kostka Zieleniewska (d. 1810).
MICHAL WEZYK married Konstancja Locci (1811-1867), with the daughter Antonilla Wezyk (1841-1916) born in Karszew, the DABIE parish, the Leczyca county.
Antonilla Wezyk married to Michal Stefan Orzechowski (1834-1911), in 1860 in Dabie, the Leczyca county.
Above Piotr Jan Ignacy Adam Wezyk (1774-1816) born in Piotrkow Trybunalski.
Piotr WEZYK m. 1st Stanislawa Kostka Zieleniewska (d. 1810), and m. 2nd to Marcella Zieleniewska (1789-1872) in Oct. 1810 in Dabie.

Above Karszew - the Kolo county, in the Dabie by Ner river community, 5 km north-east to DABIE.

Named above Piotr Jan Ignacy Adam Wezyk (1774-1816) was the son of Michal Wezyk (1740 - 1811) + Konstancja Osinska (1742-1817).
Above Michal WEZYK died in 1811, the Inowroclaw official and Piotrkow Trybunalski officer, was the son of Wladyslaw Karol Wezyk + in 1754 to Petronela Skorzewski, b. ca 1712; she was 1-voto KARSNICKA, second voto WEZYK;
Petronela Skorzewska Karsnicka Wezyk, b. ca 1712,
was the owner of Beldow, and then Beldow belonged to her husband - Wladyslaw Wezyk / Wladyslaw Karol Wezyk, b. ca 1710.

In Chocen in the 80' of the 18th century we have the Boryslawski - Owsiany clan.

Chocen is situated 10 km south-west to Golaszewo.
Golaszewo lies 5 kilometres north-west of Kowal, 12 km south of Wloclawek.

Wladyslaw Karol Wezyk in 1754 m. Petronela Skorzewska Karsnicka, b. ca 1712.
Wladyslaw Wezyk b. ca 1710, maybe was the brother of Jozef Wezyk, b. ca 1710.
Jozef Wezyk b. ca 1710 [coat of arms Waz / Snake of Osiny], married Elzbieta Siemienska. Jozef Wezyk died in 1771, was the son of
Wawrzyniec Wezyk and Marianna Olszowska.

Teresa Wezyk [of Osiny - the Waz coat of arms], b. 1740/1748, was the daughter of
Helena Jordan, b. ca 1730 + mentioned Jozef Wezyk older [Jozef Wezyk was the Konary Sieradzkie (in 1768-1771) official; b. 1710 - d. 1771.

Jozef Wezyk, 1710-1771
[Jozef had a brother WALENTY WEZYK], was the son of Wawrzyniec Wezyk and Marianna Olszowska.
Wawrzyniec married Marianna Olszowska b. 1680. The wedding ca 1700.
Marianna Wezyk (Olszowska), ca 1680 - ca 1737, was the daughter of
Marcin Olszowski [Prus II] and Katarzyna Teresa.
Marianna Wezyk was the sister of Jozef Olszowski.

Wawrzyniec Wezyk was born in 1680, to Stefan Wezyk, and Marianna Bojanowska.
Stefan Wezyk was born ca 1640/1650. STEFAN Wezyk-Osinski of Osiny died aft. 1690,
was the son of
Marcin Wezyk b. ca 1620, and Marianna Tarnowski; he was the owner of Grudzielec in the KALISZ county

[GRUDZIELEC - 6 km north-east to BIEGANIN; in the 40' of the 18th century named Bieganin was the property of Andrzej Kiedrzynski b. ca 1715/1720 + Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska, and Andrzej's brother took Kamyk / Kamien north to Czestochowa - in Kamien / Kamyk the Lubomirskis stayed in the 50' of the 18th century.
Andrzej's son - ie. junior Andrzej Kiedrzynski in the second half of the 18th century possessed a half of Kiedrzyn north to Czestochowa; Izydor Kiedrzynski of Jedlno - was the brother of named junior Andrzej Kiedrzynski],

bought in 1684-1688 from the Tomicki family.

In 1670, Marcin Wezyk [b. ca 1620] bought a half of Torzyniec / TORZENIEC, in the Ostrzeszow county

[close to Mikorzyn and Tokarzew; it lies 4 kilometres south-east of Doruchow, 10 km south-east of Ostrzeszow];

and Marcin Wezyk save Marianna Bojanowski, his wife, money 9.500 PLZ, had taken from hands of Teresa Dambska, a widow after death of Konstanty Bojanowski, as dowry - inf. in Poznan office.

Felicjan Niegolewski, died in 1815; the Wschowa official in 1787; the member of the Targowica Confederation in 1792. Felicjan Marcin Niegolewski was born in 1740, to Andrzej Niegolewski and Anna Skalawska, the daughter of MARCIN SKALAWSKI.
In 1751:
The brothers, Florian Bojanowski and Wiktor Bojanowski sold to hands of Andrzej Niegolewski, the estates of theirs father Jan Antoni Junosza Bojanowski, the Kalisz official: Bytyn, Roszczki / Rosciegniewice, Wilkowice, Oledry, Gorgoszewo in the Poznan county.
In 1754:
Andrzej Niegolewski, the landlord of Bytyn, gave back the money to Wiktor Raczynski, the Poznan governor, from recording amounts probably secured in Bytyn. Andrzej Niegolewski was the son of Jan Niegolewski and Zofia Twardowska.
Zofia Niegolewska nee Twardowska, 1715 - 1787.
Andrzej Niegolewski married Anna Skalawska, with the son Felicjan NIEGOLEWSKI, 1759-1815.

Above GRUDZIELEC:

Gutow - 3 km south to Sobotka; 6 km north to Bedzieszyn; 5 km south to KARSY; 18 km west to KALISZ.

In 1763, Stanislaw Kostka Dydak Aleksander Jozef was born; a son of Franciszek Kozuchowski and Marjanna Walichnowska Kozuchowska; Marjanna Walichnowska was the daughter of Michal Bielinski b. ca 1690 [NOT WALICHNOWSKI], an owner of
Karsy, Wierchoslaw, Bobry, Ciechel, Grudzielec, Magnuszewice [ca 1763].

Gutow - 3 km south to Sobotka; 6 km north to Bedzieszyn; 5 km south to KARSY; and 18 km west to KALISZ. In 1801, in Karsy, Jan Kromer, the Prussian lieutenant, married Wiktorja Grudzielska. She was born 1755; witnesses: Jozef Trampczynski, an owner of Karsy [in 1801]; Osinski owner of Czechel.

KARSY - here BONA Kiedrzynska of KARSY was living - is situated in the Kalisz prov.; close to Goluchow - 8,5 km; near Pleszew - 14 km. Karsy - 2,5 km west to Kucharki, 5 km north-east to SOBOTKA; 8 km north to GUTOW; and south-west to GOLUCHOW.

Kasper Wyssogota Zakrzewski the owner of Gutow, born in 1738/1739.
Kasper Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, 1739-1824, was the son of Hermenegild Zakrzewski 1710 - 1771 in Kalisz, and Ludmila Niemojowska / Ludwika Niemojowska, b. 1720.

Tadeusz Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, 1710-1785, was the brother of mentioned Hermenegild Zakrzewski / Hermengild Franciszek Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, 1710 - 1771 in Kalisz.

Tadeusz Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, 1710-1785, was the Krzywin governor, married Kunegunda Zlotnicka. They had a son Nikodem Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, 1741-1792, who was married to Ewa Drywa-Zakrzewska.

Ludwika married above named Hermenegild Franciszek Wyssogota - Zakrzewski in 1737. Franciszek Hermenegild Zakrzewski b. 1710, died in 1771 in Kalisz, was the son of Jan Zakrzewski Wyskota and Ludwika BOREK GOSTYNSKA.

Marcin Wezyk [b. ca 1620] and his son Stefan Wezyk, possessed Karsy
[in the 18th cent. in KARSY, Bona Kiedrzynska and the Trampczynskis lived],
Bobry [then Bobry and Wierchoslaw belonged to Walichnowski] and Wierzchoslawy / Wierchoslaw, in the KALISZ county in 1690 - inf. in Kalisz register.

Stefan Wezyk b. ca 1640/1650, married in 1670 to Marianna Bojanowska, b. ca 1650, died after 1670/1690, the daughter of Mikolaj BOJANOWSKI and Zofia Wysocka.

Marcin Wezyk b. ca 1620, m. Marianna Tarnowski.
See TARNOWSKI Aleksander (1610-1685), the Kiev governor, and the Sandomierz governor.

Konstancja Wezyk, nee Locci, was the daughter of Ignacy Pantaleon Bartlomiej Locci de Raimundi b. in 1776. Konstancja had 2 siblings: Magdalena Golabek - Lesniowska, born Locci.
Konstancja Locci married Michal Wezyk, born ca 1800 / 1810, ie. Michal Szczepan WEZYK, b. ca 1810.

Michal Wezyk was the son of Piotr Jan Ignacy Adam Wezyk (1774-1816) + Stanislawa Kostka Zieleniewska (d. 1810).

MICHAL Wezyk married Konstancja Locci (1811-1867), with the daughter Antonilla Wezyk (1841-1916) born in Karszew, the DABIE parish, the Leczyca county.

Antonilla Wezyk married to Michal Stefan Orzechowski (1834-1911), in 1860 in Dabie, the Leczyca county.

Above Piotr Jan Ignacy Adam Wezyk (1774-1816) born in Piotrkow Trybunalski. Piotr WEZYK m. 1st Stanislawa Kostka Zieleniewska (d. 1810), and m. 2nd to Marcella Zieleniewska (1789-1872) in Oct. 1810 in Dabie.

Above Karszew - the Kolo county, in the Dabie by Ner river community, 5 km north-east to DABIE.

Named above Piotr Jan Ignacy Adam Wezyk (1774-1816) was the son of
Michal Wezyk (1740 - 1811) + Konstancja Osinska (1742-1817).

Above Michal WEZYK died in 1811, the Inowroclaw official and Piotrkow officer, was the son of
Wladyslaw Karol Wezyk + in 1754 to Petronela Skorzewski, b. ca 1712; she was 1-voto KARSNICKA, second voto WEZYK;

Petronela Skorzewska Karsnicka Wezyk was the owner of Beldow, and then Beldow belonged to her husband - Wladyslaw Wezyk / Wladyslaw Karol Wezyk, b. ca 1710.

Petronela's b. 1712, sister was ZOFIA Skorzewska b. ca 1713 / 1715:
Szymon Myszkowski b. ca 1710, d. in or aft. 1752, inf. in 1730, 1733, 1738, 1739 in Chotow south-west to WIELUN, inf. in 1742 in Dworszowice Koscielne, and in 1752 in Lgota Wielka. Szymon, in 1739 in Chotow, was married to Zofia Skorzewska of Chotow, b. 1715, d. aft. 1750. Inf. in 1739 on godmother Katarzyna Skorzewska of Chotow.

1742 - Zofia Myszkowska nee Skorzewska, godmother in Dworszowice Koscielne near to Dzialoszyn.

Petronela Skorzewska b. ca 1710, m. in 1734 in Chotow. Chotow belonged to nobility, but Kurow and Turow took Wielun city. Chotow - 7 / 8 km south-west to WIELUN.

In Chotow in 1727, Filip Ostrowski with Petronela Skorzewska from Chotow, were the godparents.

Petronela Skorzewska, b. 1710 / 1712, had the sister - ZOFIA b. ca 1713 / 1715.
And next sister Katarzyna b. ca 1707, nee Skorzewski, together with a brother -
Andrzej Skorzewski.
They were the son and the daughters of MICHAL Skorzewski.

Michal Skorzewski, b. ca 1680/1685, was the brother of Mikolaj Skorzewski, b. ca 1680 + Linowska.
Michal Skorzewski and Mikolaj Skorzewski were the sibilings and they had a father -
Jan Skorzewski, b. ca 1650/1660 + Barbara WIELOWIEYSKA.

Compare -
Andrzej Adam Wezyk [Waz], b. 1753 in Myjomice
[11 / 12 km south-west to above TORZENIEC; 5 km south-west to MIKORZYN],
the Kepno County, d. after 1784.
The son of mentioned Jozef Wezyk b. ca 1710, and Elzbieta Siemienska, Wezyk.

Jozef Wezyk, 1710-1771, was the son of Wawrzyniec Wezyk and Marianna Olszowska. Wawrzyniec married Marianna b. 1680, in 1700.

Above MIKORZYN:

Chryzostom Krzysztof Garczynski or Krzysztof Chryzostom Garczynski,
had 10 sibilings, acc. to 'myheritage', died in 1724,
and he bought:
Podlesie in 1680, 30 km north to Wronczyn;
Budziejewo, 5 km east to Podlesie Wysokie, 31 km north-east-north to Wronczyn;
Zbitka in 1686, until 1721,
a house at Pulwsie in POZNAN, in 1686,
Gerzmiowki (or Jerzmianki),
Mrocza 1696, 19 km south-east to Wiecbork,
Nieswiastowo / Nieswiastow in 1699, until 1721, 14 km west to MIKORZYN

[KOBYLANSKI Franciszek, b. ca 1750/1755, died in 1844, the owner of Dabrowka, married Salomea Psarska b. ca 1766 [see Kiedrzynski],
with children:
A.
Karol Kobylanski;
B.
Faustyn Jozef Franciszek Kobylanski, b. 1784 in Mikorzyn [close to Domanin; 10 km north to Kepno; at half way from Kepno to Doruchow],
m. Prakseda Krakowska from Mokrsko - 9 km south-west to WIELUN,
with children:
a)
Wincenty Kobylanski, b. 1830 in Mikorzyn, d. 1903 in Wygielzow {2nd} - 5 km west to MARZENIN, the owner of Dabrowka, buried in Marzenin - north to SEDZIEJOWICE;
b)
Salomea m. Jozef Zaborowski;
c)
Jan Kanty Idzi Kobylanski, b. 1825, the owner of Bieniec - 17 km south-east to WIELUN, and Mikorzyn [close to TORZENIEC]];

a house of Podleski in Poznan Garbary in 1690.

Chryzostom Garczynski married 1st in 1680 to Marianna Wilczynska d. 1688 / 1696; Chryzostom m. 2nd in 1697 to Katarzyna Zboinska, of Dobrzyn, 1-voto Dzialynska, died aft. 1730,
the owner of
Klonia Wielka, or Wielka Klonia, at half way from Sepolno Krajenskie to Tuchola, 3 km south-west to Karczewo;
Karczewo, 19 km east-north-east to Sepolno Krajenskie;
Karczewko in 1720 to 1724.

In Niedzielsko -
Jakub Madalinski, ca 1640 m. Helena Kobierzycka.

Bobrowniki:

In 1640 - until ca 1800 Bobrownik belonged to the Madalinskis:
Antoni Madalinski, b. 1525, m. Anna Galewska with 2 sons:
Sebastian b. ca 1545 (Sebastian Madalinski 1st, b. ca 1545 /1560 the General line)
and ALEKSANDER MADALINSKI
[Jakub Karol Madalinski b. ca 1590 was the son of Aleksander and Anna Konopnicka] - the Bobrowniki line.

Named Sebastian Madalinski, b. ca 1545/1550/1560 + Jadwiga Kobierzycki [her mother - Jadwiga Wiktorowska] had son
Jan Madalinski b. ca 1585, d. 1644, Catholic priest, in Kruszwica, Gniezno, Poznan and Wloclawek; royal secretary, abbot, bishop of Gniezno.
He was the son of Sebastian Madalinski, 1545 / 1550 - 1617 and Jadwiga Kobierzycka.
In 1611 Jan was a student at the University of Padua, then in Rome. After completing his studies, he was sent to Kruszwica.

Ca 1588, Sebastian Madalinski m. Jadwiga Kobierzycka.

The 2nd marriage of Antoni Madalinski b. ca 1520/1525 + Anna Wierusz-Galewska / Anna Galewska. with
a son 1550-1617, Aleksander Madalinski,
and grandson JAN Madalinski, 1575/1580-1644.

The brother of General Madalinski - Feliks (b. 1741) bpt. in Brodnica near Srem.
His sister Gabriela b. 1745 and
brother Leon b. 1746 in Babin in the Bagrowo parish close to Sroda Wielkopolska.

Above Jan Madalinski b. ca 1575/1580-1644 sometimes had father Sebastian 1st born ca 1545/1560, and Jadwiga Kobierzycka.
That is Jan Aleksander Madalinski, born ca 1575.

Aleksander Madalinski, b. ca 1550 - d. 1617
[his parents: Antoni b. ca 1525 + GALEWSKA]
the brother of Sebastjan Madalinski, b. ca 1545/1560, m. Anna Konopnicki, Dambski,
with sons:
Jakób Karol Madalinski, b. ca 1573;
and
Jan Aleksander Madalinski, b. ca 1575/1580 = JAN MADALINSKI.

We can state that the only high ranking officer of the Polish army from the Madalinski family, who came from Bobrowniki, was Captain Jozef Kajetan Antoni Madalinski, born in 1784.
His father was Kajetan Madalinski, the cousin of the owners of Bobrownik - Ignacy Madalinski and Jan Madalinski.
After the death of Kajetan Madalinski in 1784, the care of his children, among whom was 10-year-old Jozef Madalinski, was taken over by the uncle Jan Madalinski.

Gostyn and the note to Antoni Ludwik Jozef Madalinski, 1739 - 1804:
Above Madalinski Antoni / Antoni Jozef Madalinski, the son of above Gutowska, b. 1739,
an owner of Karniszew / Karniszewo until 1781,
Kostrzyn east of Poznan in 1800,
Piekary in 1802,
Zatopolice close to Radom,
Przybyszew / Przybyszewo,
Lubania and
Porow;
burned in Przybyszewo, but his heart in Lubania.
Lubania close to Sadkowice, and close to Nowe Miasto - see Kiedrzynski!

Przybyszew - east of Nowe Miasto by Pilica!

Antoni Madalinski was in 1778 - 1788 under protection of the Sulkowskis;
he was living in Baszkow - 6 km to the Silesien and then Prussian border - south-west of Krotoszyn, close to Zduny - north-west of Ostrzeszow.

Baszkow is situated ca 5 km west of Zduny, the Leszczynskis land, then in 1791 to Mielzynski.

Antoni Madalinski, younger, after capitulation in 1794, was jailed by the Prussians in 1795 - 1797.

Note on Madalinski - Grabianka branch:

Madalinski Aleksander
[the son of Andrzej Madalinski and GRABIANKA]
an owner of Raczkow and Upuszczow in the Sieradz county, m. in 1725 to Barbara Walknowska Walichnowska.

Aleksander Madalinski was the brother of FRANCISZEK Madalinski, married Petronella DORUCHOWSKA and 2nd he married to Julianna ZAJDLIC. Julianna in 1727 was the heir of an estate. Julianna was widowed bef. 1737 ?

Franciszek Madalinski had 3 sons:
Ignacy, b. ca 1707, died in 1777, buried in DORUCHOW - 8 km north to TORZENIEC, 10 km north-east to MIKORZYN, 15 km east to OSTRZESZOW, and 9 km south-west to BOBROWNIKI;
Jan, died after 1781;
and Ludwik Madalinski.

Aleksander Madalinski [born ca 1690 - died before 1773] owner of Raczkow and Upuszczow north-west to Sieradz, was from BOBROWNIKI by PROSNA.
Son of
Andrzej Madalinski born in 1650, in Bobrowniki, died in 1720, official of WIELUN;

Andrzej older, married bef. 1690 to Marianna Grabianka, 1660 - 1721. They had one son Aleksander Madalinski b. ca 1690.

Andrzej MADALINSKI of BOBROWNIKI, m. Marianna Grabianka, and he taken from Marcin Borzyslawski / Marcin BORYSLAWSKI, and Stanislaw Borzyslawski / Stanislaw Boryslawski, in 1685, village Zarzecze and Debicza in the Ostrzeszow county.

Ca 1705, Marianna Grabianka Madalinska, 2nd married Samuel Rudzinski of CZERSK.

Marianna had children:
1.
Aleksander Madalinski, the owner of Raczkow and Upuszczow + WALKNOWSKA;
and Aleksander Madalinski had the son
Kajetan Madalinski, inf. in 1772 on his wife Dorota Kiedrzynska.

2.
Stanislaw Madalinski, of Leczyca;
3.
Kazimierz;
4.
5.
Wladyslaw; 6. Jan; 7. Andrzej Madalinski junior.
8.
Franciszek Madalinski + Petronella Doruchowski, 2nd married Julianna Zajdlic.

We know on Maryanna Grabianka, b. ca 1660, married [ca 1705] Samuel Rudzinski, governor of CZERSK; Maryanna Grabianka b. ca 1660, was the sister of
Wojciech Grabionka b. ca 1650 + Barbara Biejkowska, the daughter of Abraham Biejkowski.

Wojciech GRABIANKA, b. ca 1650, had 2 daughters:
Helena + Antoni Karczewski;
and
Zofia b. ca 1670 + Wojciech Lopacki;

Zofia had 4 brothers:
1.
Jozef who had daughter Katarzyna + Franciszek Polanowski;
2.
Antoni Grabianka, official in Czersk + Teresa Biekierska / Teresa Biesiekierska, with 5 sons;
3.
BERNARD Grabianka, b. ca 1680, official in HALICZ, and in Trembowla + Helena KAMINSKA,
with the son,
JOZEF KAJETAN GRABIANKA [compare the ILLUMIATI and the TEMPLARS in 1778];
4.
Kazimierz Grabianka married KOMOROWSKA.

Above JOZEF KAJETAN GRABIANKA had the son
Grabianka Tadeusz Laurenty / TADEUSZ GRABIANKA, 1740 - 1807, the Templar in Warsaw in 1778, and the chief of the Illuminati in Berlin in 1779, Avignon and in London. The precursor of Polish messianism, as Comte Ostap, Sutkowski, Comte Polonais.

Grabianka Tadeusz Laurenty mystic and alchemist; his mother, Marianna Kalinowska, brought a large dowry to the Grabianki house (including valuables estimated at 250.000 'zlotys'). In addition the castle houses in Rajkowce and Sutkowce, and Felsztyn and 15 villages in the area of Uszyca.

Inf. in 1717, on Antoni Madalinski older, b. ca 1670, the son of
Jakub Madalinski, b. ca 1640, and Katarzyna Siewierska, b. ca 1640
(Katarzyna Siewierska was 1v Marcin Wezyk of Osiny, b. ca 1620,
2v Jakub Madalinski,
3v Stanislaw Lutoslawski)
about the estates in Podole, with witness Jan Wolski of WOLA BLAKOWA.

We again back to General Antoni Madalinski:

JAN Madalinski was the grandfather of GENERAL.
Jan Madalinski, b. 1665/1670; then in BADKOWO after a death of his wife Marjanna Klobski ca 1704; he became a priest in BADKOWO parish ca 1705.

Great-grandfather of General:
Feliks Jan, MADALINSKI, b. 1630! Married Katarzyna Porczynski ca 1650.
Katarzyna Madalinska, Kesicka born Porczynska, in Gasiorowo close to Swiercze. SOUTH TO PRZASNYSZ! - see WORONIECKI.

Great-great-grandfather of General Madalinski:
maybe from Marcin Madalinski, b. ca 1600 / 1610, an official in Wielun in 1651, died in 1658.

Come from (?) JERZY: in 1606 Jerzy de Niedzielsko Madalinski, b. ca 1575/1580, official in Wielun, founder of a church in Rudki.

And maybe Jerzy was a descendant of (?) Sebastian Madalinski.

Sebastian Madalinski 1st, b. ca 1545 /1560 - this is the General Antoni Madalinski line. Named Sebastian b. ca 1545 + Jadwiga Kobierzycki had son Jan Madalinski b. ca 1585, d. 1644, the Catholic priest.

Brother of named Sebastian 1st, b. ca 1545/1560 -
Aleksander, b. ca 1550 - 1617
[his parents: Antoni Madalinski, b. ca 1520/1525 + GALEWSKA],
tax official in Wielun and Ostrzeszow in 1603; m. Anna Konopnicki of Kroczewo, 1 voto Dambska.

In Niedzielsko:

Jan Madalinski in 1551-1567 an official in Wielun;
1552 Andrzej Madalinski and Antoni Madalinski, were the owners of Niedzielsko;
ca 1588 Sebastian Madalinski married Jadwiga Kobierzycka.
1606 - Jerzy de Niedzielsko Madalinski of Wielun;
Krzysztof Madalinski inf. 1607-1623.
Jan Aleksander Madalinski inf. 1632-1634. Judge in Wielun: Jan Aleksander Madalinski - 1634-1654.
Jakub Madalinski, ca 1640 m. Helena Kobierzycka.
Aleksander Madalinski - 1651-1654 in Wielun;
Sebastian Madalinski inf. 1670-1679.
Ignacy Madalinski inf. 1679-1681.
Aleksander Madalinski inf. 1699.
Zygmunt Madalinski inf. 1664-1685.
Jozef Madalinski, 1710-1755;
Antoni Madalinski, 1739-1804.
Michal Madalinski inf. 1740-1750.
Mikolaj Madalinski b. 1797.

We back to
Marianna Wezyk nee Bojanowska, born ca 1640. She was the daughter of Mikolaj Bojanowski, ca 1610 - November 1644.
Wawrzyniec Wezyk married Marianna b. 1680 as Olszowska.
They had 3 children: Jozef Wezyk.

Stefan Wezyk was the father of named Wawrzyniec Wezyk. Wawrzyniec died before 1736.
Above Jozef Wezyk was the Sieradz governor in 1768-1771, the Wielun official in 1758-1768, b. ca 1710, d. in 1771, Senator ca 1768.

Teresa Stadnicka
was the daughter of Jozef Wezyk, 1710-1771 + Helena Jordan b. ca 1730.
Teresa Wezyk married ca 1770 to Franciszek Stadnicki, 1742-1810.

Antoni Waclaw Stadnicki b. 1771, had a sibilings:
Ignacy Stadnicki + Ksawera Zboinska,
Anna Stadnicka + Stanislaw Malachowski,
Tekla Stadnicka b. 1775, d. 1843 + Jan Kanty Stadnicki b. 1765, d. 1842;
Helena Stadnicka, the owner of DUKLA + General Wojciech Mecinski.

Jan Kanty Edward Stadnicki b. 1765, was the son of
Piotr Stadnicki b. 1740, d. 1819;
the grandson of
Jozef Stadnicki, 1710-1772 and Marcjanna Morska.

Jan Kanty Edward Stadnicki [b. 1765 in Jakubkowice, d. in ZMIGROD in 1842], m. Tekla Stadnicka in 1804.
They had children:
Teresa Maria Glogowska b. 1808;
Izabela Maria KRASICKI, b. 1812;
Edward Piotr Franciszek Stadnicki, b. 1817.

TEKLA Stadnicka was the daughter of
Franciszek Stadnicki 1742-1810 + Teresa Wezyk b. ca 1748.
Teresa Wezyk - the daughter of Jozef WEZYK + Helena Jordan.

Franciszek Stadnicki, b. 1742, was the son of
Antoni Stadnicki of Ostrzeszow, 1710-1777 + Teresa Potocka.

Also Franciszek Stadnicki and Teresa Wezyk had the son -
Antoni Stadnicki junior

[Antoni Waclaw Michal Egidiusz Franciszek Stadnicki, b. 1771 in Opatow, died in 1836 in Trzcinica] + Jozefa Jablonowski [the daughter of Stanislaw Jablonowski];
Antoni Stadnicki, junior, acted in WIELUN and was the owner of DUKLA, Gorzyce, LEZYN, Ropianki, and in 1801 of ZMIGROD, but in 1795 moved to Netherlands, until ca 1799.

Brief note to
Jozef WEZYK older + Helena Jordan, born ca 1730, lived in BRONISZEWICE:

Broniszewice / Bronischewitz, 9 km north-west to PLESZEW [see Jakub Kiedrzynski], 9 km north-east to CZERMIN; 5 km north to Pacanowice and 4 km north-west to GRODZISKO. 18 km north-east to KOTLIN, 22 km north-east to DOBRZYCA, 24 km north to SOBOTKA.

Broniszewice -
Kazimierz Wielowiejski and Maksymilian Wielowiejscy, the owners ca 1730/1749; they sold BRONISZEWICE in 1749 to Jozef WEZYK of Osiny.
JOZEF Wezyk was the Konary official in 1768-1771, in Wielun in 1758-1768; the member of the Radom Confederation in 1767, husband of named Helena Jordan.

ADAM ALBERT MECINSKI had the sons:

1.
Wojciech Mecinski, MP in 1830/1831, Colonel, 1780-1839 m. Helena Stadnicka, 1770-1841;
2.
Stanislaw Walenty Mecinski, 1781-1846 m. Teresa Szembek.

Note to named Wojciech Mecinski:

Helena Jordan, b. ca 1730, was the daughter of
Jan Jordan, the Krakow official, 1690-1735, who married twice - with 1st wife had the son:
Spytek Rogatian Jordan, the Krakow official, 1730-1777;
from 2nd wife:
Helena Jordan, b. ca 1730 + Jozef Wezyk older
[Jozef Wezyk was the Konary Sieradzkie (1768-1771) official; 1710-1771],
with children:
Teresa Wezyk b. 1740/1748 [Franciszek Stadnicki 1742-1810 + Teresa Wezyk b. ca 1748]
and
Konstancja Wezyk, 1750/1760-1778.

Teresa Wezyk married ca 1770 to named Franciszek Stadnicki, 1742-1810.
Franciszek STADNICKI was the son of Antoni Stadnicki, the Ostrzeszow official, older, 1710-1777 + Teresa Potocka.

Franciszek's daughters and a son:

1.
Helena Stadnicka, 1770-1841 + Count Wojciech Mecinski;
2.
Tekla Stadnicka 1775-1843 + Jan Kanty Edward Stadnicki;
3.
Anna Maria Stadnicka 1776-1852 + Stanislaw Aleksander Ignacy Malachowski;
4.
Ignacy Stadnicki, 1777-1828 + Ksawera / Xawera Zboinska.


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November 11th, 2015 / 14th April 2019 - 18th August, 25th August 2019 / 11th October 2019 - 07 February 2020 - 27 July 2020.


Encyclopedia:
Wilkowyja and Katy close to Jarocin; Galew and Walkow near to Kozmin Wielkopolski; Golaszewo and Chocen close to Wloclawek; Sobowo, Kamiennica, Wielgie and Michalkowo near to Plock - Wloclawek and history of the Walesa family. The genealogy of the President Lech Walesa.

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Encyclopedia:
The genealogy of the President Lech Walesa - Chocen with Golaszewo, Wola Nakonowska and Smilowice, south to Wloclawek. Dabie and Lubraniec: Walesa, Dabski, Wezyk, Zieleniewski, Findensein, and the family branch of Stanislaw Radziwill born 1722, with Miezonka, Ostrow Wielkopolski, Golaszewo - Dabie. The Russian intelligence network.

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Rokitnica and Swiedziebnia north to Rypin - Jedlno east to Radomsko - Chocen with Golaszewo, Wola Nakonowska and Smilowice, south to Wloclawek - Raszkow, Bieganin, Sobotka, Karsy - Margonin, Chodziez, Wies Margoninska. General Jozef Niemojewski with Neyman; Nostitz-Jackowski, Swiatopelk-Mirski, Rodys, Findensein.
Rokitnica - Wies of General Jozef Niemojewski from Srem, the friend of Neyman. Swiedziebnia of Nostitz-Jackowski, Swiatopelk-Mirski, Rodys, Findensein.
Smilowice, Golaszewo and Wola Nakonowska close to Chocen - Dabie and Lubraniec: Walesa, Dabski, Wezyk, Zieleniewski, Findensein, and the family branch of Stanislaw Radziwill born 1722, with Miezonka, Ostrow Wielkopolski, Golaszewo - Dabie. The Russian intelligence network.

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Encyclopedia:
Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw: Swiedziebnia of Nostitz-Jackowski, Swiatopelk-Mirski, Rodys, Findensein. Smilowice, Golaszewo and Wola Nakonowska close to Chocen - Dabie and Lubraniec: Walesa, Dabski, Wezyk, Zieleniewski, Findensein, and the family branch of Stanislaw Radziwill born 1722, with Miezonka, Ostrow Wielkopolski, Golaszewo - Dabie. The Russian intelligence network.

Lech Walesa's father Boleslaw Walesa, b. 1907 in Sobowo, d. 1945, but Lech's ancestors were living south to Wloclawek, in the Chocen community: Filipki, Wola Nakonowska and Golaszewo of the DAMBSKI family - in the 30' of the 19th century the Dambskis were living in DABIE, too.
DABIE:
here we got the line to
Michal WEZYK who was the son of Piotr Jan Ignacy Adam Wezyk (1774-1816) + Stanislawa Kostka Zieleniewska (d. 1810).

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Encyclopedia:
President Lech Walesa and his genealogy: Wola Nakonowska and Filipki, in the Chocen community close to Brzesc Kujawski and Kowal. Chocen and history of Madalinski, Plater, Sokolowski, Uminski with Kiedrzynski, Ignacy Wyssogota-Zakrzewski with Blizinski; Boryslawski with Owsiany. Chocen: J. Slota, Zieleniewska, Bogucka, Wodkiewicz and Krasne close to Przasnysz with Krasinski and Nostitz-Jackowski, Swiatopelk-Mirski, Skorzewski and Kiedrzynski.

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Garczynski, Trampczynski, Kiedrzynski line with Pradzynski, Krasicki, Sulimierski and Kiedrzynski branch; Nostitz-Jackowski, Skorzewski, Swiatopelk-Mirski, Wyssogota-Zakrzewski, Tucholka with Kiedrzynski; Gorzenski, Garczynski and Skorzewski - Ciecierski - Krasicki clan; Krasinski, Garczynski, Radomicki family; Chocen - Koscian - Krasne - Pakoslaw - Koscierzyna - Zbaszyn. The Illuminati and Polish conspirators.

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Donald Tusk and the Koscierzyna county, with Wybicki and Samson Garczynski. Garczynski - Garczyn, Liniewo, Wiecbork, Zbaszyn, Wilkowo Polskie, Swarzedz.
Michal Naimski and Piotr Naimski in the Koscian county, with Skorzewski, Emil Bednarczyk, Niegolewski, Gorzenski and Wyssogota-Zakrzewski in Chocen - Pakoslaw.
Niechanowo and Malczewo close to Gniezno - the core of Pradzynski, Krasicki and Garczynski - Skorzewski conspiracy - the line to Kiedrzynski, Nostitz-Jackowski, Ciecierski.
BEREZYNA - Alexander Israel Helphand Parvus and August Adam Potocki, the owner of Zator - Naimski line - and of Lubuszany - the line to my grandfather Jerzy Konstantynowicz vel Marian Stankiewicz / Marian Konstantynowicz [August Adam Potocki b. 1847].
Aleksandryna Potocka, Artur Potocki - Templar, and Berezyna - Lubuszany estate, the core of Polish conspiracy - the line to Wojciech Paszkowski and his brother General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski - Tadeusz Kosciuszko's conspiracy.
Marshal Konstanty Rokossowski and his family in Wola Pszczolecka close to Zelow, and in Pakoslaw - here the Wyssogota-Zakrzewski of the Koscian county and of Chocen.

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BEREZYNA - Alexander Israel Helphand Parvus and August Adam Potocki, b. 1847.

Aleksandryna Potocka, Artur Potocki - Templar, and Berezyna - Lubuszany estate, the core of Polish conspiracy. The Koscian county: Skorzewski, Emil Bednarczyk, Michal Naimski, Gorzenski and Wyssogota-Zakrzewski in Chocen - Pakoslaw.
Psarski-Pradzynski-Kiedrzynski-Sulimierski-Krasicki family branch with the line to Rachanie-Grodyslawice and Krasicki; Malachowski of Opoczno-Bialaczow and Przysucha - Drzewica; Woroniecki, Roman, Krasinski in Rozan with Krasne - Leszno village - Przasnysz; Wyssogota-Zakrzewski in Chocen - Pakoslaw. The Illuminati and Polish conspirators.
Stanislaw Szczesny Potocki, Jerzy August Mniszech, Pierre Le Fort and Jean Luc Louis de Toux de SALVERT.
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Artur Potocki, Aleksandryna Potocka, and Berezyna - Lubuszany as the core of Polish conspiracy; with the line to Rachanie-Grodyslawice and Krasicki; Malachowski of Opoczno-Bialaczow and Przysucha - Drzewica; Woroniecki, Roman, Krasinski in Rozan with Krasne - Leszno village - Przasnysz; Wyssogota-Zakrzewski in Chocen - Pakoslaw.

Stanislaw Szczesny Potocki, Jerzy August Mniszech, Pierre Le Fort and Jean Luc Louis de Toux de SALVERT.

Zbigniew Brzezinski - his genealogy together with Dukes Woroniecki of Dziembowo-Kaczory-Chodziez and Przasnysz-Rozan areas; with Wyssogota-Zakrzewski of Pakoslaw and Chocen. Karol Grudzinski of Chodziez and Joanna Grudzinska, Duchess of Lowicz, the wife of Grand Duke Konstanty Romanov [they met in 1814]. Pakoslaw: Izydor Zakrzewski and Ignacy Wyssogota-Zakrzewski of Chocen.

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PSARSKI-Pradzynski-Kiedrzynski-Sulimierski-Krasicki family branch with the line to Rachanie-Grodyslawice and Krasicki; Malachowski of Opoczno-Bialaczow and Przysucha - Drzewica; Woroniecki, Roman, Krasinski in Rozan with Krasne - Leszno village - Przasnysz; Wyssogota-Zakrzewski in Chocen - Pakoslaw. The Illuminati and Polish conspirators.

Stanislaw Szczesny Potocki, Jerzy August Mniszech, Pierre Le Fort and Jean Luc Louis de Toux de SALVERT.

Zbigniew Brzezinski - his genealogy together with Dukes Woroniecki of Dziembowo-Kaczory-Chodziez and Przasnysz-Rozan areas; with Wyssogota-Zakrzewski of Pakoslaw and Chocen. Karol Grudzinski of Chodziez and Joanna Grudzinska, Duchess of Lowicz, the wife of Grand Duke Konstanty Romanov [they met in 1814]. Pakoslaw: Izydor Zakrzewski and Ignacy Wyssogota-Zakrzewski of Chocen.

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The Rachanie - Pieniany - Grodyslawice estate, east to Tomaszow Lubelski - the Illuminati network with the Krasickis and Pradzynski - Kiedrzynski branch.

The net: Bieganin - Gostomia - Wola Pszczolecka - Wola Wiazowa:

Wola Pszczolecka 1818-1821 belonged to Mikolaj Szczepkowski. Here the Rogaczewski family {the Rogaczewskis were living south-east to Wola Wiazowa in the second half of the 18th century, around 15 km. Also they lived at area near to Stargard Gdanski} was living in the 19th century, and Teofila Rogaczewska was married to Jan - the grandson of Gabriel Kiedrzynski, and Gabriel was the grandson of Andrzej Kiedrzynski [Andrzej Kiedrzynski, b. ca 1715/1720, the owner of Bieganin, was the brother to the owner of Kamyk north to Czestochowa] + Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska. Franciszka married Kiedrzynska was the sister of Anna Skorzewska, with the line to Swiatopelk-Mirski + Dadiani.

Wola Pszczolecka was sold in May 1821 by Mikolaj Szczepkowski, the owner, to hands of Maryanna nee Psarska born ca 1770, married Bogdanski [the Bogdanskis were closest relatives to the Kiedrzynskis of the Pleszew county in the 2nd half of the 18th century].

Maryanna Psarska was married three times:
in 1786, in Myslniow / MYSLNIEW, to Jan Walewski, b. 1760;
2nd to Ciemniewski [see on TERESA CIEMNIEWSKA];
the 3rd to above Bogdanski after 1790.

Marianna Urszula Psarska was the owner of Wola Pszczolecka, 1821-1834.

Her sister was Konstancja Psarska.

In 1781, an owner of Wola Wiazowa, Franciszek Walewski / Franciszek Ksawery Walewski, 1739 - 1796, an official in Ostrzeszow in 1765, 1772, 1775, in 1778 - 1796, m. in 1784, in the Kobyla Gora parish, in MYSLNIEW, 4 km to Silesia, to Konstancja Psarska, b. before 1770, the daughter of Fryderyk Jakub Psarski, 1730-1805, and his wife Ksawera Franciszka Bardzinska, 1753-1814.

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Rachanie with Grodyslawice; Opoczno and Przysucha - Drzewica; Rozan with Krasne - Leszno - Przasnysz; Chocen - Kowal - Brzesc Kujawski; Szamotuly, Oborniki, Koscian; Wola Pszczolecka and Wola Wiazowa; Felsztyn and Kamionka Wielka - the link to Zbigniew Brzezinski, the adviser of US Presidents; and to Bronislaw Geremek of Rozan.

In 1784, Pieniany [Ukrainian village] and Rachanie with Grodyslawice [Pieniany, 9 km south-east to Grodyslawice] bought Katarzyna Krasicki m. Andrzej Rzeczycki. Katarzyna died in 1820.
In 1823, Andrzej Jozef Rzeczycki died.
They were the owners of RACHANIE with Grodyslawice; Muratyn, Michalow, Pukarzow, Kmiczyn.
Css Katarzyna Aryadna Krasicka, born ca 1740, was the daughter of Count Wincenty Franciszek Krasicki, the Korytnica official, 1709-1752.

Wincenty Krasicki was the brother to Senator Jan BOZY Krasicki = Count Jan Wincenty Krasicki, 1704-1751 in DUBIECKO; the CHELM governor.
Jan Bozy Krasicki was the owner of Bachorze, Dubiecko, Malina, and the father to: Ignacy Krasicki, Bishop and poet.

Jan Bozy Krasicki was the son of Karol Aleksander Krasicki, d. 1717, Lieutenant in 1690, the Chelm governor in 1707, and Eleonora Rzewuski.

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Stanislaw Szczesny Potocki, Jerzy August Mniszech, Pierre Le Fort and Jean Luc Louis de Toux de SALVERT - the link to Zbigniew Brzezinski, the adviser of US Presidents. His genealogy together with Dukes Woroniecki of Przasnysz-Rozan area, and Grudzinski of Chodziez.

The Lefort / Le Fort family:
Franz Jakob Lefort / Frants Yakovlevich Lefort / Francois Jacques Le Fort, b. 1655/1656, d. 1699, was a Genevan-born Russian military figure of Huguenot origin, general and admiral (1695), and close associate of Tsar Peter the Great.
Franz Lefort, born in Geneva, came from a merchant family. He began his military career in the French and Dutch armies. In 1675 Lefort arrived in Russia in the company of the Prussian Colonel Jacob van Frosten. In February 1676 he came to Moscow, but military officials turned him down.

In 1696 Francois Jacques Lefort together with Fedor Golovin and Prokop Voznitsyn took official charge of Peter's Grand Embassy, a Russian diplomatic mission to Western Europe.

Note on LOUIS Lefort -
Tadeusz Grabianka was able to reside in Illinskii's home in St. Petersburg which was located near the Kharlamov Bridge over the Catherine Canal (now the Griboedov Canal), when he decided that 'it will be possible to find more sources and more means of undertaking and completing something [when] living in the capital, near the Court'.
On arrival in Petersburg in August 1805 along with Simonin, Tadeusz Grabianka was able to consolidate a support network that Lefort and d'Attigny had developed since 1802. Lefort was the first of the society's leaders to arrive in Petersburg, on September 1, 1802.

Louis Lefort soon took on the position of governor of the children of Natal'ia Fedotovna Pleshcheeva (1765 -1855), the widow of Pleshcheev.
In 1804, Louis Lefort also secured a position for d'Attigny as governess in Pleshcheeva's household. Soon, however, d'Attigny appears to have retired from service and was able to take up residence in the home of Mariia Antonovna Naryshkina (1779-1854) / NARYSZKIN, the Polish mistress of the Emperor.

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Zbigniew Brzezinski, the adviser of US Presidents - his genealogy together with Dukes Woroniecki of Przasnysz-Rozan area; Grudzinski of Chodziez;
[Dorota MIACZYNSKA Woroniecka was half sister of Julianna Woroniecka; Karol Grudzinski, 1699 - 1758 in CHODZIEZ; Zygmunt Jozef Maurycy Grudzinski; Zofia Rydzynska; Marianna Zbijewska];
with Wyssogota-Zakrzewski of Pakoslaw and Chocen
[Izydor Zakrzewski and Ignacy Wyssogota-Zakrzewski].
Joanna Grudzinska and Grand Duke Konstanty Romanov in 1814. Kasper Kiedrzynski of Bieganin and Marianna Arcichowska of Chodziez close to Margonin with the net to Marianna Ciecierska Skorzewska.

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Zbigniew Brzezinski - his genealogy with Dukes Woroniecki of Chodziez and of Przasnysz-Rozan area; and with Wyssogota-Zakrzewski of the Greater Poland.

Pakoslaw: Izydor Zakrzewski and Ignacy Wyssogota-Zakrzewski of Chocen - Joanna Grudzinska Romanov, the Duchess of Lowicz - Kasper Kiedrzynski of Bieganin and Marianna Arcichowska of Chodziez close to Margonin with the net to Marianna Ciecierska Skorzewska.
Bieganin and Raszkow of Kiedrzynski; Gorzenski of Gutow; Sobotka of Wyssogota-Zakrzewski; Skorzewski of Margonin and Wyssogota-Zakrzewski in Gutow, Chocen, Koscian and Bialcz; Nostitz-Jackowski with Swiatopelk-Mirski, Skorzewski and Kiedrzynski - the Polish conspiracy and Illuminati.

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Hutten-Czapski and Mielzynski with Owsiany in Wielichowo. Owsiany in 1885, in Kamieniec close to Wilanowo. Owsiany in Pacholewo, north-east to WARGOWO, with the Pradzynskis. Tucholka, Garczynski, Skorzewski line; Wybicki - Dega line; Wybicki - Skorzewski - Kiedrzynski branch and my family Pradzynski - Kiedrzynski - Nostitz-Jackowski in Pacholewo, Wargowo, Wola Wiazowa, Wilkowo Polskie, Jedlno, Raszkow, Bieganin, Orpiszewek, Karsy, Sobotka. The German and Russian intelligence services.

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Owsiany [Ostoja - Owsiany] of Koscian, Konojad, Chocen, Wilno; Bieganin and Raszkow of Kiedrzynski; Gorzenski of Gutow; Sobotka of Wyssogota-Zakrzewski; Skorzewski of Margonin and Wyssogota-Zakrzewski in Gutow, Chocen, Koscian and Bialcz; Nostitz-Jackowski with Swiatopelk-Mirski, Skorzewski and Kiedrzynski - the Polish conspiracy and Illuminati.
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The Heredom Royal Order of Kilwinning. Templars and the Freemasonry.
And Frankists with Illuminates: Elisha Schor, Jakub Frank in Frankfurt am Main, Meyer Amschel Rothschild, Donmeh in Greece, Solomon Benedict de Worms; and Samuel Falk in Altona and London.
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The Heredom Royal Order of Kilwinning. Templars and the Freemasonry.

Jean Luc Louis de Toux de Salvert as Salverte, and Baron Pierre Le Fort, in Poland. Prokop Voznitsyn, Fedor Golovin, Natal'ia Fedotovna Pleshcheeva Baron Louis Dagobert Adolphe Emmanuel Lefort and Tadeusz Grabianka in St Petersburg - Illuminati. The Heredom Royal Order of Kilwinning - Templars and the Freemasonry.

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The Heredom Royal Order of Kilwinning. Templars and the Freemasonry.

Jean Luc Louis de Toux de Salvert as Salverte, and Baron Pierre Le Fort, in Poland. Prokop Voznitsyn, Fedor Golovin, Natal'ia Fedotovna Pleshcheeva Baron Louis Dagobert Adolphe Emmanuel Lefort and Tadeusz Grabianka in St Petersburg - Illuminati. The Heredom Royal Order of Kilwinning - Templars and the Freemasonry.

The top of the underground and intelligence structures in the second half of the 18th century headed by the noble aristocracy from Poland and a group of Polish Roman Catholic bishops:
Bishop Jozef Andrzej Zaluski; Bishop Antoni Dembowski, protector of the Frankists; Mikolaj Dembowski; Kajetan Ignacy Soltyk, 1715 - 1788; Adam Stanislaw Krasinski (1714-1800); Marcin Zaluski, the Jesuit monk, the Plock Bishop, the FRANKIST supporter; Jakub Zaluski, the Sulejow official, the FRANKIST supporter; Katarzyna Kossakowska of Skala Podolska, the wife of Stanislaw Korwin-Kossakowski; JERZY MNISZECH, the Freemason; Jerzy Marcin Lubomirski in Hungaria and Kamyk close to Czestochowa; Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill close to Ostrow Wielkopolski; Kazimierz Poniatowski; Marianna Barbara Skorzewska nee Ciecierska, 1741 - 1791, in Berlin in 1773-1791; and Tadeusz Grabianka in Berlin in 1778/1779.
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The top of the underground and intelligence structures in the second half of the 18th century headed by the noble aristocracy from Poland and a group of Polish Roman Catholic bishops:
Bishop Jozef Andrzej Zaluski; Bishop Antoni Dembowski, protector of the Frankists; Mikolaj Dembowski; Kajetan Ignacy Soltyk, 1715 - 1788; Adam Stanislaw Krasinski (1714-1800); Marcin Zaluski, the Jesuit monk, the Plock Bishop, the FRANKIST supporter; Jakub Zaluski, the Sulejow official, the FRANKIST supporter; Katarzyna Kossakowska of Skala Podolska, the wife of Stanislaw Korwin-Kossakowski; JERZY MNISZECH, the Freemason; Jerzy Marcin Lubomirski in Hungaria and Kamyk close to Czestochowa; Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill close to Ostrow Wielkopolski; Kazimierz Poniatowski; Marianna Barbara Skorzewska nee Ciecierska, 1741 - 1791, in Berlin in 1773-1791; and Tadeusz Grabianka in Berlin in 1778/1779.
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Frankists in 1766 with Russian Intelligence: Ewa Frank in Austria, Jerzy Marcin Lubomirski in Buda, Franciszek Lubomirski in St Petersburg and Kamien / Kamyk to Kiedrzynski, Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill in Ostrow Wielkopolski, Elisha Schor, Jakub Frank in Frankfurt am Main, Meyer Amschel Rothschild, Donmeh in Greece, Solomon Benedict de Worms and Samuel Falk in Altona and London.

Strangely connected story about which I'm writing now, with the current history of several countries in the 21st century. It turns out that liberal sexual policy is the domain of Russian intelligence. You must enter the keyword 'sex' or 'sexual' at this webpage. You will find over 20 times a combination of history, genealogy, Freemasonry, Templars, the Illuminati, globalists, Russian intelligence, with today's in 2020, LGBT activities.
Let's take a look at the sexual deviations of Jakub Frank, a Jewish dissenter who joined the sect of the Sabbathians in Thessaloniki [Turkey in 18th century], not to pay taxes for Jewish communities, but also to loosen family and sexual ties in Jewish communities.
Today, also, in 2015-2020, we see a struggle and tug between two types of behavior in Jewish communities: atheists, liberal and sexual struggles with the orthodox type of behavior characteristic of the State of Israel.
We back to the FRANKISTS:
The leading role among the converted Jews people belonged to the Wolowski family. The Wolowskis had lines to Paszkowski in Cracow, to Arnold-Kiedrzynski branch from Raszkow-Bieganin-Orpiszewek, to Niesiolowski, to Szymanowski-Mickiewicz, to Brzezinski of USA. This is Wolowski family derived from Lublin rabbis.

Jakub Frank from the 1750s to the 1780s, preferred group sex, had harem of young girls, so-called Frank's court, despite having Ewa's wife. His daughter was the lover of the crown prince of Austria. Jakub Frank also allowed incest.
His Polish aristocratic supporters chose their wives at the age of 17 and 18. They kidnapped young girls and made them harem, they used sadism, pedophiles, necrophiles - preparation of corpses, and even adopted Judaic customs, such as the Sabbath and kosher.
The Frankis maintained contact with the German Illuminati through Altona in the suburb of Hamburg;
and in Frankfurt am Main;
in London, through Samuel Falk,
through Cagliostro, the main emissary of the Order of Malta,
through Carsten Niebuhr in 1767, in Skala Podolska, and
established contacts with the Russian authorities in 1766 for anti-Polish purposes, and for muddle in the Balkans.
Russia's supporters in the 18th century and in the 19th century are not just Frankists in 1766; but also it is possible Georgian families, reaching the highest royal and princes dignities in Georgia. They are also aristocratic individuals from upper-class lineages in Poland imbued with the ideology of the Illuminati.
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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).

Frankists net:
Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill, Elisha Schor, Jacob Frank, Meyer Amschel Rothschild, Donmeh, Solomon Benedict de Worms and Samuel Falk.
Marcianna Antonie Barbara Nostitz-Jackowska Kczewska of Straszewo and Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski with his granddaughter Marianna Nostitz-Jackowska married Swiatopelk-Mirska. Nostitz-Jackowski with Antoni Skorzewski, Andrzej Kiedrzynski, Tomasz Bogumil Swiatopelk - Mirski.
Pyotr Dmitrievich Svyatopolk-Mirsky, Wiera Bagration Gruzinsky Bagratyd, Erekle II Bagrationi, Bezhan Dadiani - Prince of Mingrelia, Agrippina Constantines Japaridze, Konstantin Friedrich Peter von Oldenburg, Giorgi IV Dadiani - Konstantynowicz and Kiedrzynski genealogy.

The family branch:
Marcianna Antonie Barbara Nostitz-Jackowska Kczewska, Antoni Skorzewski married Anna Nostitz-Jackowska, Andrzej Kiedrzynski b. 1715/1720 married Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska; and Tomasz Bogumil Swiatopelk - Mirski married Marianna Nostitz-Jackowska. Pyotr Dmitrievich Svyatopolk-Mirsky, Wiera Bagration Gruzinsky Bagratyd.
Erekle II Bagrationi, Bezhan Dadiani - Prince of Mingrelia, Agrippina Constantines Japaridze, Konstantin Friedrich Peter von Oldenburg, Giorgi IV Dadiani - Konstantynowicz and Kiedrzynski genealogy.

This group of Georgian aristocracy in the late 17th century, and in the 18th century, sought help only in Russia, with the Russian army, in the orthodox church of Moscow.

These dukes from several eminent Georgian family trees - Bagrationi, Gruzinsky, Dadiani - settled in Russia, also in Kazan and in Lyskowo / Lyskowo Polskie near Kazan, where my Konstantynowicz family was in the 40s of the 19th century until the 1860s.

These Georgian families Russified easily and acquired Russian characteristics after being allowed to high general and officer positions in the Russian army in the eighteenth century.
For the Russian Emperors, they were an important link in the conquest of the Caucasus, as well as in the fight against Turkey for the Black Sea coast and for the Caucasus.
For Georgians in the eighteenth century, Turkey was the main threat, and Russia was the most important ally. Russian intelligence has gained important ally in Georgia.

Russia, with the help of the Illuminati [pre-globalists] net, sought to defeat France, Spain, Great Britain in the Pacific, North America and in Europe. Russia's goal was to destroy Poland and Turkey, thanks to Russia could conquer Balkans and Central Europe to Kalisz.
The Caucasus has been going through Napoleon years within the borders of the Russian Empire.

Rich feudal Georgian families seeking a Russian ally against Persia and Turkey, lost their independence for 200 years, and Georgia did not gain anything thanks to such policy.

Georgian nobility sought ways of cooperation with the Polish underground
[1. Armand - Paszkowski - Konstantynowicz - Japaridze and 2. Swiatopelk-Mirski - Nostitz-Jackowski - Kiedrzynski - Skorzewski - Wolanski - Hutten-Czapski]
but our goals were completely different in the 19th century.

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.

Eugene's ARMAND of Moscow brother - Emil E. ARMAND [both were the sons of Maria Wilhelmina Paszkowska married Armand ca 1840, and the grandsons of General Franciszek Paszkowski] was married to Zofia Hacker / Sophia nee Osipovna Hecke (Hakker, Hacker, Hekke) from Estonia.
They had six children:
LEW ARMAND / Leo (1880 - 1942) married Japaridze-Saparov, ie. Saparova Tamara Arkadevna, Japaridze married 2nd to Leo Emilievich ARMAND.
Saparov Arkady (1854 - before 1921), was married to Varvara Maypariani with the daughter Tamara Arkadevna SAPAROV married 1st to Ivan Konstantinovich Japaridze,
and
TAMARA SAPAROV - JAPARIDZE was 2nd married to Lev ARMAND / Lion Emilievich Armand (Inessa Armand relatives - see LENIN and Anna Konstantynowicz nee Armand).

Ivan Iaparidze was the son of Constantine Japaridze / Constantin Japaridze / Konstantyn (Ivan b. ca 1860; his father Konstantyn died in 1860 !)
from the upper Racha region of Georgia.

Ivan Japaridze b. ca 1860, had sister Agrippina, Countess von Zarnekau, b. 1855, nee Agrippina Constantines Japaridze,
and Ivan Japaridze's parents were
Constantine 1st Japaridze and Melania Japaridze; named father Constantine died 1860.

Konstantin Friedrich Peter von Oldenburg, 1812-1881, m. Therese Wilhelmine Friederike Isabella Charlotte von Nassau, 1815-1871, with children:
1.
Alexandra Friederike Wilhelmine von Oldenburg, m. Nikolaj Nikolajewitsch of Russia [Mikolaj Mikolajewicz Romanow], 1831-1891.
Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia / Nicholas Nicolaievich the Elder, 1831 - 1891, was the third son of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia and Alexandra Feodorovna. Field Marshal and the commander of the Russian army of the Danube in the Russo-Turkish War, 1877-1878;
with son: Peter Nikolajewitsch, 1864-1931.
2.
Alexander Friedrich Konstantin von Oldenburg, 1844-1932, with son Peter Friedrich Georg von Oldenburg, 1868- 1924;
3.
Konstantin Friedrich Peter von Oldenburg, 1850-1906 m. in 1882, Agrippina Djaparidse / Agrippina JAPARIDZE, 1855-1926,
with daughter Alexandra von Oldenburg, Grafin von Zarnekau, 1883-1957.

The Conspiracy of the Illuminati and of Russians - 1738, 1765, 1776, 1779. Misraim in 1738 and Podhajce, Rohatyn, Skala Podolska with Samuel Falk and Jakob Frank.

The family branch: Jan Nostitz-Jackowski with Andrzej Kiedrzynski, Skorzewski and Swiatopelk-Mirski;

Izydor Zakrzewski and Bialcz - Chocen branch;

Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill of Ostrow Wielkopolski and the Frankists.

TADEUSZ Swiatopelk-Mirski b. ca 1760 and Jan SWIATOPELK-MIRSKI b. ca 1770, m. Tekla Burgundyfera Despot-Zenowicz, probably were the brothers of Franciszek Ksawery SWIATOPELK-MIRSKI, b. ca 1760/1764, married to Katarzyna Badowska, 1764 - 1843, who had the son Tomasz Bogumil Swiatopelk - Mirski, 1788, d. 1868.
Franciszek Ksawery SWIATOPELK-MIRSKI, b. ca 1760/1764, married to Katarzyna Badowska, 1764 - 1843; they had the son Tomasz Bogumil Swiatopelk - Mirski, 1788, d. 1868, m. Marcianna / Marianna Nostitz-Jackowska [net to my family Kiedrzynski].
Marianna was the daughter of Jan Nepomucen married 2nd to Petronela nee Drywa-Zakrzewska in 1804, born 1776 / 1780.
Jan Nepomucen Ksawery Nostitz-Jackowski was the son of Marianna Kczewski / Marcianna Antonie Barbara Nostitz-Jackowska Kczewska, born in Straszewo.

Nogat - 26 km south-east to KWIDZYN; 8 kilometres north of Lasin, 22 km north-east of Grudziadz, and 69 km north-east of Torun.

Straszewo / Dietrichsdorf, 17 km north-east to KWIDZYN; in the Kwidzyn county, close to Ryjewo - 18 km north to KWIDZYN. Named above Straszewo is situated at half way from Malbork to Kwidzyn.

Marianna KCZEWSKI was daughter of Andrzej Kczewski and Marianna;
wife of Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski.
Aleksander Jackowski was born in 1729 ie. Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski, ca 1729 - 1802 in the Nogat river close to Malbork. The son of Michal Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1705, d. ca 1766. The grandson of Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670.
Antoni Skorzewski, 1710 - 1766 m. Anna Nostitz - Jackowska, ca 1710/1715 - 1768. Anna was the daughter of above Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670.
Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowski married Kiedrzynska had one sister, named above Anna Skorzewska born Nostitz-Jackowska. Franciszka JACKOWSKA married Andrzej Kiedrzynski b. 1715/1720, then he was the owner of Bieganin close to RASZKOW [my family].
Tomasz Bogumil Jan Swiatopelk-Mirski 1788-1868, Duke in 1861 = JAN Siemionowicz Swiatopelk Mirski / Tomasz Teofil Jan MIRSKI, m. Marcjanna Nostitz-Jackowska.
His sons:
A.
Dmitrij Hariton Ruryk Miron back to Russia in 1840, 1841 served at Caucasus. Dmitri / Dmitry Ivanovich / Dmitrij, born in 1824 or 1825 - d. 1899, Infantry General and politician, Caucasus and Russo-Turkish wars, member of the State Council of Imperial Russia;

Dmitrij Hariton Ruryk Miron = Dmitri / Dmitry Ivanovich / Dmitrij, b. 1824 or 1825 - 1899, Infantry General and politician, Caucasus and Russo-Turkish wars, member of the State Council of Imperial Russia;
and his son
Pyotr Dmitrievich Svyatopolk-Mirsky (1857 - 1914), the governor of Penza and Vilna governments, Minister of Interior of Russia [see on January 1905].
B.
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.

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 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).


The Conspiracy of the Illuminati and of Russians - 1738, 1765, 1776, 1779. Misraim in 1738 and Podhajce, Rohatyn, Skala Podolska with Samuel Falk and Jakob Frank. Jan Nostitz-Jackowski with Andrzej Kiedrzynski, Skorzewski and Swiatopelk-Mirski; Izydor Zakrzewski and Bialcz - Chocen branch; Marcin Mikolaj Radziwill of Ostrow Wielkopolski and the Frankists.

Second Partition of Poland in January 1793 as the Conspiracy of the Illuminati and the Russian political intelligence net against France and Poland-Lithuania.

Net of Scottish Jacobites, Templars and Freemasons:
Robert Erskine - Drummond - James Keith - Carnegie - Robert Belford-Graham-Montrose - Stuart - Douglas - Lord Kames - Stirling and the TEMPLARS of Scotland:
John Erskine, Earl of Mar (1675-1732), in 1729 went to Aix-la-Chapelle, then France, but now Aachen, near Koln. Scottish Jacobite, was the eldest son of Charles, Earl of Mar (who died in 1689).
Robert Erskine (1677 - 1718) wrote in Paris about Jacob Le Mort and his alchemical works. Erskine undertake alchemical experiments in Moscow in 1706 - 1709, and in the Kikin Palace in St Petersburg. Robert Erskine was a part of masonic network of Scottish Jacobites that influenced the Russian court.
James Francis Edward Keith or Jakob von Keith, b. 1696, FREEMASON, fought during the Jacobite uprising of 1715, then he escaped on the Continent. James Keith went to Paris, where he had relatives. In 1717, in June, he met Peter the Great, Ist of Russia. He obtained a recommendation from the King of Spain to Peter II of Russia in 1727/1728. In 1728, served under James Fitz-James Stuart, 2nd Duke of Berwick and Duke of Liria. His commander there, Peter Lacy, had fled Ireland. In Finland became its viceroy.
Charles Edward Louis John Casimir Sylvester Severino Maria Stuart (1720 - 1788), the Pretender, was Grand Master of the Order, under the title of 'EQUES A SOLE AUREO', from 1743, until his death in 1788. After escaping from Scotland in 1745, there were two secret Great Masters of the Templar Order. One resided in Paris until 1788 [Charles Edward Stuart].
The second Templar Master was in St Petersburg until 1765 [Count Belford ie. The Duke of Montrose = Count Belford / Earl = Robert Belford, Count, Eques a Sole aureo, died in Russia in 1765 but born ca 1704 or in 1706 = Lord Belford].

Louis Cesar Constantin de Rohan (1697, Paris - 1779, Paris) was the Knight of the Sovereign Order of Malta [in 1713 or before].
Armand de Rohan-Soubise ie. Cardinal Francois-Armand-Auguste de Rohan-Soubise, Prince of Tournon, Prince of Rohan (1717, Paris - 1756, Saverne), a French Prince-Bishop of Strasbourg.
Louis Rene Edouard de Rohan-Guemene, Cardinal de Rohan (1734 - 1803), prince de Rohan-Guemene, a French bishop of Strasbourg, cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church,
the son of
Hercule Meriadec, Prince of Guemene and Louise Gabrielle Julie de Rohan.

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The Russian inteligence net in 1741-2015:
Malta and Master Pinto + Althotas - de Rohan of Strasbourg - Mitau / Mitawa in Courland - Wilkowo Polskie near to Koscian - Chocen close to Wloclawek - Dubno in Volhynia - Romanow in Ukraine and Ilinski with Tadeusz Grabianka - the web of Polish conspirators, 1767/1768-1918:
Romanow in the Zhytomyr county [Stebnicki; compare Gizycki, Oskierka], Kamieniec Podolski and Skala Podolska [Carsten Niebuhr in 1767 to Kossakowski, Stadnicki, Krasinski]; Felsztyn and Kamionka Wielka [Krasicki with Pradzynski and Sulimierski branch]; Rohatyn [Wilhelm Reich and homosexual ideology, with line to Krasinski, Jan Klemens Branicki and the Poniatowskis],
Bogdan Konstantynowicz from Ursus - Warsaw in Poland, born in 1966. Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz, author, on 05th January 2020.

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Net of Polish conspirators, 1767/1768-1918:
Romanow in the Zhytomyr county [Stebnicki; compare Gizycki, Oskierka], Kamieniec Podolski and Skala Podolska [Carsten Niebuhr in 1767 to Kossakowski, Stadnicki, Krasinski]; Felsztyn and Kamionka Wielka [Krasicki with Pradzynski and Sulimierski branch]; Rohatyn [Wilhelm Reich and homosexual ideology, with line to Krasinski, Jan Klemens Branicki and the Poniatowskis],
Krasne close to Przasnysz [Krasinski with the Leopold's Kronenberg family], Wieniec and Chocen close to Wloclawek [see Osiecz Wielki with net to Zakrzewski, Skorzewski, Kiedrzynski], Wilkowo Polskie close to Przemet [a line of Cagliostro - Szoldrski - Poninski - Kiedrzynski - Mielzynski - Walknowski - Bardzki and Erasmus Mycielski], Jedlno near to Radomsko [Stadnicki - Mecinski - Walewski; my family Kiedrzynski - a line to Raszkow south to Pleszew and the Skorzewski - Tadeusz Wolanski branch], Pleszew and Raszkow [Skorzewski - Kiedrzynski - Arnold - Wolowski (the connections to Szymanowski - Brzezinski - Adam Mickiewicz - Woroniecki close to Przasnysz and Rozan)],
Pakosc close to Inowroclaw [with Krotoszyn, Znin and Inowroclaw, Wloclawek masonic movement; Tadeusz Wolanski the godson of General Tadeusz Kosciuszko, Illuminati and Jefferson, Courland and Cagliostro. Pakosc owned the Dzialynski family, also in Goluchow; the relatives of Oskierka of Miezonka],
Miezonka (Oskierka - Dzialynski; Chrapowicki - Bouvier; Stanislaw Radziwill and his family: Stefania Julia Radziwill, Piottuch-Kublicki, Soltan) - Lubuszany - Berezyna - Rawanicze and Kaluzyca [Konstantynowicz, Potocki, Poniatowski, Tyszkiewicz, Branicki branch - compare Branicki and Kalinowski in 1840; Slotwinski - Koziell Poklewski - Wankowicz and a line to Swolna and Oswieja - here the Prozor family and Malkiewicz];
Viljandi and Parnu in Estonia [the fate of my family Konstantynowicz with Krauze and Dunkel; Rosenberg]; Moscow and Kazan [Demonsi, Konstantynowicz, Armand, Paszkowski, Japaridze, Oldenburg];
Swolna [Wankowicz, Chrapowicki - Bouvier - Miezonka of Stefania Julia Radziwill came from Stanislaw Radziwill; Zarako Zarakowski and Konstantynowicz], Dryssa and Oswieja in Belarus [Malkiewicz, Prozor, Zarako Zarakowski, Konstantynowicz].

Polish Civic Intelligence Agency, 2002 - 2019. Marxist communist coups led by Russian intelligence in USA, 1881, 1901, 1963, and against Poland in 1943, 1992 and April 2010. The communist revolution in 1917 in Russia.
Bogdan Konstantynowicz from Ursus - Warsaw in Poland, born in 1966. Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz, author, on 24th December 2019.


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Bogdan Konstantynowicz from Ursus - Warsaw in Poland, born in 1966.
Stefania Julia Radziwill Princess, b. 1825 [the owner of MIEZONKA], m. ca 1842/1843 to Arkadiusz Chrapowicki born 1821, and 2nd to Kajetan Oskierka born 1821. Above Arkadiusz Chrapowicki, 1821 - ca 1900, was the son of Michal Chrapowicki b. ca 1790, d. ca 1850, and Jozefa KORSAK. The grandson of Jozef Chrapowicki, b. ca 1750, d. 1812, and Magdalena Oginska [the 1st wife was Anna Radziwill, Narbut]. Compare the line Chrapowicki - Bouvier - Kennedy - Lee Oswald - von Mohrenschildt in the Minsk governorate - von Pilar-Pilchau in Estonia. And the branch of Konstantynowicz in Miezonka - Szumski with Piottuch-Kublicki and the Soltans - Bouvier of Szumsk and in Vilnius.
COPYRIGHT BY BOGDAN KONSTANTYNOWICZ from Ursus - Warsaw on 13 December 2019.

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Bogdan Konstantynowicz from Ursus - Warsaw in Poland, born in 1966.
Polish Civic Intelligence Agency, 2002 - 2019.
Marxist communist coups led by Russian intelligence in USA, 1881, 1901, and coup d'etat of November 1963, and against Poland in 1943, 1992 and April 2010. Assassination of James Abram Garfield in 1881 by Charles J. Guiteau; 1901: Emma Goldman - Leon Czolgosz - Tadeusz Wolanski. 1963: George de Mohrenschildt - Lee Oswald - the Minsk province in Belarus. Russian political intelligence net and the Coup d'Etat in USA - William McKinley in September 1901 and John F. Kennedy in November 1963.
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Bogdan Konstantynowicz from Ursus - Warsaw in Poland, born in 1966.
Dr. Charles Crenshaw ends his book with the following words on John F. Kennedy:
'The murder was a brutal action that changed our internal policy and outside and changed history. People who participated in this collusion of silence they are not heroes or great Americans. At most, they can be considered cowards, and at worst for conspirators. This plot must end'.
Lee Harvey Oswald's host in Texas was George de Mohrenschildt a Polish-Baltic German born petroleum engineer, relative of the Pilar-Pilchau of Parnu / Parnawa [my grandfather Jerzy or Marian Konstantynowicz was here until 1912]. Roman or Romuald Pilar Pilchau was long time top chief of the Soviet intelligence and counterintelligence until 1937. Father of named George / Jerzy Mohrenschildt was the Nobel Company top director [one Nobel was the member of our Duflon and Konstantynowicz board of directors, with the Armands, our next of kin, and the family to Inessa Armand, the famous lover of Uljanov Lenin] and the Marshal of nobility in our the Minsk governorate [Zapolska was the mother of Jerzy].
Russian and Soviet intelligence carried out two coups in the US: 1901 and in 1963. It was one and the same organization that in 1917/1918 worked in Bolshevik Russia without a break and without change. Assassination of James Abram Garfield in 1881 by Charles J. Guiteau, and traces from the Warren Commission in 1963 led me to the Mscislaw province [now in Russia] that is to the village of Dudino - Monasterszczyzna. Everything points to the Holynski family and the small village of Dudino inhabited in the 19th century by the Jewish community. The Monasterszczyna was a great estate of the Holynski family from the Mscislav province of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania [until 1772].
Dudino at present is the part of Monastyrshchina / Monasterszczyzna, it's just 1 / 2 km south-west to Monastyrshchina.
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The Sabbatian Vienna Lodge of the Asiatic Brethren was founded by Jacob Frank's cousin, Moses Dobrushka, alias Von Schoenfeld.
Hans Heinrich von Ecker und Eckhoffen (1750 - 1790), a Bavarian Officer, established two of the various so-called 'fringe-masonic' ... Orders (or Systems) which flourished in the second half of the 18th century. The first, called the Ordo Rotae et Aureae Crucis (The Order of the Wheel and of the Golden Cross) was founded in 1776. By Faivre, Antoine, 'Asiatic Brethren', in: "Dictionary of Gnosis ...".
"... Amongst the order's heads it were Franz Thomas von Schonfeld as well as Ephraim Hirschfeld who allowed for this new and unprecedented influx of specifically Kabbalistic, Sabbatean and partly Frankist bodies of thought" - copyright in 2018 by Frater Acher.
Karsten Niebuhr in 1761 visited MALTA, in 1767 was also in Skala Podolska - the property of Stanislaw Kossakowski, died 1761, and then Skala belonged to his wife - Katarzyna Kossakowska [until 1787 and in 1799/1801]. Skala Podolska - the core of the FRANKIST movement! Austria had seized areas of Podole in 1772.
Katarzyna Kossakowska, nee Potocka, in the 1750s, together with her husband, was one of the leading protector of Jakub Frank and Frankists. She looked after Ignacy Potocki and actively supported the interests of the Potocki family. In 1777, she received from the Empress of Austria, Maria Teresa, the title of Count and the Order of the Cross of Star. In the last years of Poland, she was active in anti-Russian circles.
Jakub Jozef von Frank-Dobrucki / Jaakow Josef ben Juda Lejb Frank / Jakub Frank, b. 1726 in Korolowka in Podolia [50 km west to Kamieniec Podolski; 23 km south-west to Skala Podolska], or in Buczacz; d. 1791 in Offenbach near to Frankfurt by Men; Baron; the creator of the Jewish Frankist sect and a merchant, a Kabbalist, rabbi, philosopher, astrologer and alchemist.
In 1755, two Sabbatans from Podolia, Nachman from Busko and Eliza Szor from Rohatyn came to him. They persuaded Jakub Frank Lejbowicz to start a messianic mission in Poland. In 1756, he arrived in Zareczanka / Lanckorun, 40 km north-west to Kamieniec Podolski [Lanckoron / Zariczanka / Lanckorunia]. Zariczanka was owned by Lanckoronski; then to Dwernicki and ZUKOTYNSKI.
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Encyclopedia: Some quotes from studies on James Jesus Angleton (1917 - 1987): James Jesus Angleton (1917 - 1987) was chief of CIA Counterintelligence from 1954 to 1975. Angleton grew up mostly in Italy, where his father owned the National Cash Register subsidiary. He attended an English preparatory school before entering Yale in 1937. He entered Harvard Law School and then joined the Army in 1943. Angleton was recruited into the Office of Strategic Services and first worked in the super-secret X-2 counterintelligence branch in London. In 1954, he became the head of the new Counterintelligence Staff.
"Among Mr. Petty's concerns was Angleton's once-close relationship with Kim Philby, who rose to the highest levels of the British intelligence service before he was unmasked as a Soviet mole in the early 1960s.
... According to his unpublished memoir, Mr. Petty spent more than two years working secretly to investigate his supervisor. He gathered intricate details about Angleton's movements and close associates through the years, looking for - and finding, he thought - evidence that Angleton could have collaborated with the Soviets. ... Mr. Petty admitted that it was a messy conclusion based largely on the circumstantial suggestion of guilt. 'It was not a clear-cut case,' he told David Martin for 'Wilderness of Mirrors,' Martin's 1980 book about the Cold War-era CIA. Whatever his misgivings, Mr. Petty reported concerns about Angleton to agency superiors in 1974. He delivered several drawers full of notes and documents supporting his view, then spent at least 26 hours over the course of a week explaining his work to a senior officer in tape-recorded interviews.
The price of that move was Mr. Petty's job - he retired almost immediately - and his reputation. His accusation against Angleton was dismissed in a CIA study, and Mr. Petty remains one of the more controversial figures in the agency's history...".
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Encyclopedia: Civic Intelligence Agency of Poland before 2015 with the Russian political intelligence net [March 2005 - September 2019].
COPYRIGHT BY BOGDAN KONSTANTYNOWICZ on 24th September 2019.

Encyclopedia: In 2019 - Andalusia, Bydgoszcz, Ploesti and Viljandi in Estonia - the Russian political intelligence net.
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Encyclopedia: 1901: Emma Goldman - Leon Czolgosz - Tadeusz Wolanski. 1963: George de Mohrenschildt - Lee Oswald - the Minsk province in Belarus. Russian political intelligence net and the Coup d'Etat in USA - William McKinley in September 1901 and John F. Kennedy in November 1963.
COPYRIGHT BY BOGDAN KONSTANTYNOWICZ on 25th August 2019.

Encyclopedia: The Coup d'Etat and the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in November 1963 and the shooting President William McKinley in September 1901.
Russian and Soviet intelligence carried out two coups in the US: 1901 and in 1963. It was one and the same organization that in 1917/1918 worked in Bolshevik Russia without a break and without change. They were looked after by people like:
Feliks Dzierzynski, Uljanow Lenin, Romuald Pilar Pilchau and Artuzow Frautchi from Switzerland.
The transfer of people from the former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth began in the years 1860s and 1870s, mainly from modern Belarus, Lithuania and ethnic Poland. Often, to hide the origin and roots of these people [national minority from ex-Grand Duchy of Lithuania], they were given the term 'Russians' from 'Russia'. This applies, of course, to everyone from Zmudz / Samaites, around Grodno / Hrodna, and the Minsk Governorate of Belarus.
The Russians created ideologies for this underground political intelligence and the system of secret organizations [Freemasonry, too]. Marxism, atheism, and feminism as well abortion movement, mixed with anarchism, they were supposed to be the basis for contacts with Soviet Russia in the 1960s of the 20th century. There were quite other people behind direct killers in 1901 and 1963:
in 1901 they organized weapons and money, provided organizational contacts, and in 1963 they gave home, work and political contacts. An uninterrupted intelligence system is depicted on this website and on other pages in my domain 'konstantynowicz.info'. This structure was based, among others on genealogies and places of residence in Belarus, Lithuania, Estonia, in Russia and Poland, as well as Scotland and Ireland. In addition, in France and Switzerland.
To conquer the North American west coast [Alaska - to California] they created - [beginning in 1721] through contacts on Malta - the intelligence network in Central and Western Europe [phase 1741-1791].
This organization was called the Illuminati [official beginnings of 1776/1778/1779].
In Poland it was built from the side of Kamieniec Podolski / Kamianets-Podilskyi and Podolia / Podole, through Warsaw and western Great Poland / Wielkopolska. In Germany: Courland [then German-Polish territory], Konigsberg, Berlin, Neuchatel [then in Prussia], Brunswick and Strasbourg. In Great Britain: southern Ireland, Scotland, London.
In Russia, among others the Tver Governorate and Minsk Province in Belarus and Vitebsk Governorate [together with Polish Livonia].
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Encyclopedia: The Coup d'Etat and the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in November 1963 and President William McKinley in September 1901.
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Encyclopedia: Tadeusz Wolanski, the godson of General Tadeusz Kosciuszko. Pakosc of Dzialynski and Tadeusz Wolanski. Leon Czolgosz from Pakosc, and USA in 1901.

Assassination of William McKinley on September 6, 1901, he died on September 14. McKinley urged an end to American isolationism. Police announced soon after the shooting that they believed Czolgosz had not acted alone. Vice President Theodore Roosevelt succeeded McKinley.
According to Emil Schilling, Leon Czolgosz was a spy.
Leon Czolgosz, alias Fred Nieman, the President's assassin, by Isaak [Free Society, on September 1st], was "...another spy. He is well dressed, of medium height, ... in Cleveland he disappeared when the comrades had confirmed themselves of his identity and were on the point of exposing him. His demeanor is of the usual sort, pretending to be greatly interested in the cause, asking for names or soliciting aid for acts of contemplated violence. ...".
Emil Schilling (1864 in Germany - 1933 in Ohio).
Isaak came to Chicago and started Free Society.
Hippolyte Havel, the next in importance to Isaak in the anarchistic group, was Bohemian, and he admitted that he knew Emma Goldman and Czolgosz.
Later, these anarchists were released, as there was no evidence to prove a conspiracy.

Skorzewski - Dzialynski - Arnold - Kiedrzynski - Oskierka branch.
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Encyclopedia: Arkadiusz Chrapowicki of Miezonka, 1821 - ca 1900, the son of Michal Chrapowicki b. ca 1790, d. ca 1850, and Jozefa KORSAK. The grandson of Jozef Chrapowicki b. ca 1750, d. 1812, and Magdalena Oginska [the 1st wife was Anna Radziwill, Narbut]. Arkadiusz married Stefania Julia Radziwill, 1820-1896, the owner of Miezonka - the daughter of Mikolaj Radziwill b. 1801, and Wiktoria Emilia Narbutt.
The granddaughter of Mikolaj Radziwill, older, b. 1747, and Franciszka Butler.
The great-granddaughter of Stanislaw Radziwill, born 8 May 1722 in Dzyatlava [the line to the Konstantynowiczs of Miezonka, Kazan, Moscow and Tallinn-Nomme], who was the son of Mikolaj Faustyn Radziwill and Barbara Franciszka Zawisza - Kiezgajlo m. Radziwill.

Pakosc / Pakosch owned by the brothers, Ignacy Dzialynski and Ksawery Dzialynski; the family of Leon Czolgosz - his mother's family of PAKOSC - Theodore Roosevelt, the President of US in September 1901; and Tadeusz Wolanski b. in Szawle in 1785 - Freemason, alchemist-illuminati, the godson of General Tadeusz Kosciuszko in 1785 in Poznan; the owner of Pakosc - a net to: Dzialynski of Pakosc, Hutten-Czapski, Skorzewski in RASZKOW with the Kiedrzynskis and Arnold, Prozor, Oskierka, Chrapowicki, and Stefania Radziwill of Miezonka.

Jakub Kiedrzynski in Raszkow, Bieganin and Orpiszewek close to Pleszew. And the net of Tadeusz Grabianka, the Illuminati Order and Armand of Moscow with the Konstantynowiczs. Tadeusz Grabianka of the Illuminati Order and Armand of Moscow - J. Murat - Franciszek Paszkowski - Apolon Konstantynowicz - Duflon - Breguet of Neuchatel - Dukes Oldenburg.
Marshal Joachim Murat, Paul Armand, Franciszek Paszkowski, Stanislaw Fiszer, Wincenty Aksamitowski and Tadeusz Kosciuszko in France, the Armand family in Moscow, Oldenburg-Romanov-Japaridze-Armand-Saparian-Konstantynowicz branch of Moscow and Miezonka, Duflon and Breguet of Neuchatel.
COPYRIGHT BY BOGDAN KONSTANTYNOWICZ on the 26th of July, 2019.

Encyclopedia: Tadeusz Grabianka of the Illuminati Order and Armand of Moscow - Marshal Joachim Murat - General Franciszek Paszkowski - Apolon Konstantynowicz - Duflon - Breguet of Neuchatel - Dukes Oldenburg. Alexandre de Bauffremont [de Bauffremont-Courtenay], born in 1773 and died in 1833, prince de Bauffremont, emigrated to Koblenz but rallied to Napoleon I who made him count Empire. Alphonse de Bauffremont, born in 1792 and died in 1860, duke of Bauffremont, prince of Bauffremont, was created count by Napoleon and became aide-de-camp of Murat [see JOZEF SULKOWSKI and General FRANCISZEK PASZKOWSKI !]. Alphonse de Bauffremont distinguished himself at the Battle of the Moskowa, in 1812, under MURAT as his aide- de-camp, as well as in the Saxony campaign in 1813 [Dresde / Dresden / Drezno in 1813].

During the Hundred Days, Alphonse de Bauffremont was instructed by Murat to bring Napoleon confidential dispatches. Mentioned Alexandre de Bauffremont-Courtenay and [then he was Baron] General Armand were in Russia in 1791. So, 29 year-old general Paul Armand [Paul 1st] came from Paris together with Alexandre, the Marquis de Courtenay. Marshal Joachim Murat, Paul Armand, Franciszek Paszkowski, Stanislaw Fiszer, Wincenty Aksamitowski and Tadeusz Kosciuszko in France, the Armand family in Moscow, Oldenburg-Romanov-Japaridze-Armand-Saparian-Konstantynowicz branch of Moscow and Miezonka, Duflon and Breguet of Neuchatel. COPYRIGHT BY BOGDAN KONSTANTYNOWICZ November 11th, 2015 / 07th July 2019.

Encyclopedia: Jakub Kiedrzynski in Raszkow, Bieganin and Orpiszewek close to Pleszew. And the net of Tadeusz Grabianka, the Illuminati Order and Armand of Moscow with the Konstantynowiczs. Tadeusz Grabianka of the Illuminati Order and Armand of Moscow - J. Murat - Franciszek Paszkowski - Apolon Konstantynowicz - Duflon - Breguet of Neuchatel - Dukes Oldenburg.

Marshal Joachim Murat, Paul Armand, Franciszek Paszkowski, Stanislaw Fiszer, Wincenty Aksamitowski and Tadeusz Kosciuszko in France, the Armand family in Moscow, Oldenburg-Romanov-Japaridze-Armand-Saparian-Konstantynowicz branch of Moscow and Miezonka, Duflon and Breguet of Neuchatel. COPYRIGHT BY BOGDAN KONSTANTYNOWICZ November 11th, 2015 / 20th July 2019.

Encyclopedia: Marshal Joachim Murat, Paul Armand, Franciszek Paszkowski, Stanislaw Fiszer, Wincenty Aksamitowski and Tadeusz Kosciuszko in France, the Armand family in Moscow, Oldenburg-Romanov-Japaridze-Armand-Saparian-Konstantynowicz branch of Moscow and Miezonka, Duflon and Breguet of Neuchatel. COPYRIGHT BY BOGDAN KONSTANTYNOWICZ November 11th, 2015 / July 2019.
Everything, however, had a beginning in Russia - and its main goals were the weakening of England - 1776, France - 1789, Spain, and the liquidation of Poland - 1772/1795. After 1799, the Order of Malta evacuated to St. Petersburg, its main ally.

Encyclopedia: The Dobrzyca parish and the surrounding areas, from Kotlin and Pleszew to Rozdrazew and Krotoszyn, are the center of the Illuminati and conspirators after 1767. The noble families - Stadnicki, Wezyk, Jordan, Rozdrazewski, Kiedrzynski, Mycielski, Sokolowski, Ciesielski, Bardzki, Mielzynski and Walknowski - which I presented below, had direct connections with Kamieniec Podolski and Jedlno.
It was in Kamieniec Podolski in 1767 that Carsten Niebuhr was returning through India and Turkey to Warsaw and Denmark. In 1761, he started the expedition, and guided the ships to Malta. Here Illuminati and Pinto greeted and welcomed him.
Everything, however, had a beginning in Russia - and its main goals were the weakening of England - 1776, France - 1789, Spain, and the liquidation of Poland - 1772/1795. After 1799, the Order of Malta evacuated to St. Petersburg, its main ally.

Encyclopedia: The Konstantynowicz family and ties to the Russian intelligence service: Von Baltz, Pilar-Pilchau, Krzyzanowski, Budryn, Prozor, Szadurski. Neuchatel in Switzerland and Colombo in Sri Lanka - Freemasonry of Berlin, Denmark and Brunswick. Duflon, Breguet, Marat, Schaub, Coulon, Perret, Diserens and links to the Konstantynowiczs in Estonia, Russia, Belarus.

Encyclopedia: De Rohan - Stuart - Drummond in Scotland and Hurko in Belarus; Von Der Borch; Browne - Camus / Browne of Camas / de Browne de Camus and de Lacy of Ireland; von MEDEN or Mengden / von Medem and von Korff in Courland - the net of Cagliostro of the Order of Malta: Ronikier-Buturlin-de Lacy with Stadnicki - Tadeusz Grabianka - Tarnowski.

Encyclopedia: Catherine the Great and her line to the Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg of the Illuminati. Neuchatel in Switzerland: Jean Paul Marat in Perth, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dublin and London; Rousseau in Neuchatel, Breguet [London and the Illuminati], Schaub and Duflon. Freemasonry in Neuchatel - branch of Brunswick, Berlin and Colombo in Ceylon.

Encyclopedia: The Russian conspiracy intelligence network after 1721 - Illuminati, the Maltese Order and globalization after 1961. Leopold Kronenberg - his assimilation ideology starting of 1861. Zbigniew Brzezinski - globalization of the world in 1961-2016. Adam Mickiewicz - and the program of the European war. Jozef Pilsudski - ideologist of the independence of the Polish Nation, 1918. COPYRIGHT BY BOGDAN KONSTANTYNOWICZ on 18th February 2019.

Encyclopedia: The branch - Kiedrzynski of KALISZ (+ Pradzynski of Wola Wiazowa) / Arnold / Wolowski - Lasocki / Wolowski / Paszkowski of Cracow - Wolowski / Krysinski / Szymanowski / Adam Mickiewicz - Wolowski / Szymanowski / Brzezinski of ZOLKIEW and the Roman family of PRZASNYSZ-MLAWA - Woroniecki / Popiel line: Filipina Teofila Brzezinska (born Szymanowska) b. 1800, d. 1886, was a Polish pianist and composer. She was born in Warsaw, the daughter of Franciszek Szymanowski and Agata Wolowska b. 1770. She studied with Charles Mayer and was influenced by her sister-in-law, composer Maria Szymanowska. FILIPINA SZYMANOWSKA married Franciszek Jakub Brzezinski (1794 - 1846) and had four children: Franciszka Teofila Krysinska (born Brzezinska), Kazimierz Brzezinski [SENIOR, b. 1824 - the branch of Zbigniew Brzezinski], Teofila Zielenska (born Brzezinska) and Aniela Brzezinska.

Encyclopedia: Szoldrski, Mielzynski, Poninski, Mecinski, Stadnicki in Jedlno and Wilkowo Polskie. Pradzynski - Kiedrzynski in Wola Wiazowa. Madalinski in Chocen and Kowal. Uminski - Mieroslawski branch. Krasicki, Ujejski, Stadnicki, Krasinski in Kamieniec Podolski and Podole. Przasnysz - Woroniecki, Roman, Popiel, Szymanowski, Wolowski. The Russian conspiracy intelligence network after 1721 - Illuminati, the Maltese Order and globalization after 1961.

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Zbigniew Brzezinski in USA - globalization and globalism.

The ILLUMINATI Order and a branch of Leopold Kronenberg of Brzezie and Wieniec, and of Ludwik Krasinski of Krasne close to Przasnysz.

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The ILLUMINATI Order and a branch of Leopold Kronenberg of Brzezie and Wieniec, and of Ludwik Krasinski of Krasne close to Przasnysz.
Bishop Adam Krasinski in Kamieniec Podolski - Carsten Niebuhr in Malta in 1761 and in Podolia in 1767. Illuminati in Malta [Pinto in 1741], Podolia [1767] and the Bar Confederation in 1768.
Stadnicki - Mniszech [1742 and 1749 - the FREEMASONS] - Kalinowski - Grabianka - Tarnowski and Rzewuski - Mecinski and Walewski [Jedlno] - Wezyk and Psarski - Artur Potocki and Wojciech Paszkowski, General Franciszek Paszkowski, the Armand - Paszkowski - Konstantynowicz - Japaridze - Saparov - Paat family in Moscow.
Oginski and Piottuch Kublicki - Soltan and Radziwill - Konstantynowicz and Szumski with Bouvier - Swolna, Miezonka and the CONSPIRATORS:
PROZOR, Oskierka, Chrapowicki, Radziwill and Konstantynowicz.
Pradzynski - Kiedrzynski in Wola Wiazowa.
Rokossowski, Sulimierski and Walewski in Wola Pszczolecka.

Encyclopedia: Lenin and Inessa Armand. Illuminati and the Malta Order of Pinto, 1741 and in Poland in 1742/1749: Carsten Niebuhr, Cagliostro - Balsamo, Tadeusz Grabianka, Mniszech, Stadnicki, Kalinowski, Kossakowski, Rzewuski, Tarnowski, Oginski, Pierre Lefort / Le Fort, and de Toux de Salvert / Salverte. The Russian conspiracy intelligence network - globalism and globalization.

Encyclopedia: Jean FRANCOIS Mortier b. ca 1735, acted together with Prince de ROHAN GUEMENE of CAMBRAI in La Collegiale de St Theodard a THUIN - Ferdinand de Rohan, Archbishop of Bordeaux and of Cambrai; b. 1738, d. 1813: he was the son of Hercule Meriadec de Rohan, prince de Guemene and Louise-Gabrielle Julie de Rohan; brother of cardinal de Rohan, and Jules, prince de Guemene. Louis Rene de ROHAN born in 1734; Archbishop of Strasbourg, his parents were Hercule Meriadec, Prince of Guemene and Louise Gabrielle Julie de Rohan. He was born in Paris. Hercules MERIADEC had also above named son Ferdinand de Rohan, Archbishop of Cambrai (1738 - 1813), who had illegitimate children with Charlotte Stuart, Duchess of Albany, illegitimate daughter of the English pretender: Charles Edward Stuart [note - Charlotte was the daughter of Charles III Prince Charlie STUART, Duke of Albany, born in 1720 - Rome, and Clementina, Css of Aberstroff, WALKINSHAW].

Encyclopedia: Emperor Napoleon would descend from James de Rohan-Stuardo / Rohan - Stuart, the natural (legitimate) son of the English king Charles II, with his mistress, Marguerite, duchess of Rohan. Charles II had 14 children, of his illegitimate ties with several lovers. Charles II (1630 - 1685) with Marguerite de Rohan (1617 - 1684) met when the English King arrived in France in 1649. Napoleon's grandfather would have been the grandson of James de Rohan - Stuardo, the son of English King Charles II. In 1647, Charles Stuart, the future King Charles II of England, had a son, Prince Enrico de Boveria Rohan-Stuardo / Rohan Stuart. He died in Naples in 1669, but his widow gave birth to a post-son, Prince Giacomo Stuardo of Naples. Giacomo lived for a long time in Germany and Italy, and in 1722 he had a son, prince Joseph Stuart of Roehenstart, who fought alongside Bonnie Prince Charlie during the rebellion of 1745. Joseph Stuart had himself a son named Prince Eduard Maximilian de Roehenstart, also known as Dr. Ferdinand Smith-Stuart.

Encyclopedia: In 1806 Charles Stuart served Duke Alexander of Wurttemberg, who was the Governor of BELARUS - Minsk province {born 1771 in Gotha; his sister Sophie Dorothea married Tsar Paul I of Russia. In 1811 he was appointed Military Governor of Belarus}! In Saint Petersburg, in 1811, he was offered the hand of an heiress, Marianna Hurko, but made the mistake of falling in love with her sister, EWELINA HURKO-ROMEYKO / Evelina HURKO. He fled Russia, sailing from Kronstadt and arriving in London by November 1811, and to the United States in Philadelphia until 1814.

Encyclopedia: Cagliostro with Althotas, the member of the Knights of St. John, visited Turkey in 1762, and they back to Malta. Cagliostro again visited Malta after trips to North Africa and Europe, where new Grand Master de ROHAN-POLDUC, grant him a chivalrous dignity. In 1776 Giuseppe Balsamo came to London. He learned about Freemasonry. He was admitted to the London 'Expectation' lodge on April 12, 1777 thanks to his influential friends. In England, he took the name of Count di Cagliostro. He wanted to reform this movement. In 1777 he was sent to prison for a short time; from London in 1778, went to the Netherlands, came to Paris in 1778. He found there a patron - Cardinal Louis de Rohan. From Paris in 1778, came to Germany, and the Great Poland to ADAM PONINSKI. He went to Konigsberg and in COURLAND, Mitau / Mitava, and went to Saint Petersburg. Then from Warsaw, in a few months Cagliostro appears in Strazburg in 1780; he met Cardinal Rohan, to play a prominent role in Paris in 1781. In 1782, he founded the Order of Egyptian Masonry and stood at its head. As the Great Kopta he organized the Egyptian rite lodges in: England, France, Germany and Russia.

Encyclopedia: The Order of Saint John in Malta and the history of the Illuminati: Carsten Niebuhr, Tadeusz Grabianka and Alessandro di Cagliostro / Giuseppe Balsamo in 1761, 1762, 1767, 1778, 1779. History and genealogy of the noble Konstantynowicz family. Education and information - author Konstantynowicz Bogdan on 11 November 2018.

Encyklopedia Polski niepodleglej, Konstantynowicz-Armand-Paszkowski: Mesjanizm, Prometeizm, Iluminaci - Tadeusz Grabianka i niepodleglosc Polski, 11 listopada 1918. Martynisci, Templariusze i Masoneria - walka o Rosje - Lenin, 1917.

Berezyna and Lubuszany - the estate of Poniatowski-Tyszkiewicz-Potocki branch - the Knights Templar of the FREEMASONRY.
Miezonka-Swolna-Moscow-St Petersburg and the family history of Paszkowski-Armand-Konstantynowicz.

Stirling Castle, King James VII of Scotland and II of England, and Jacobins in Scotland in the 18th century. Mayer Amschel Rothschild - the Illuminati, 1776. The Knights Templar in 1791 and The Order of Mark Master Masons, 1769.


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And now let's see how my genealogical research began, and not only those - in 1987 - and how it connects to the Artusov / Артур Христианович Артузов / Фраучи and Vernadsky!

This short preface to my domain was formed 19 and on 20th April 2015, but its extensive fragments are also to read in the so-called 'Part 2 - Intelligence...'. So I invite you to read how somebody can create an history image omitting the historical facts...

On 2013-11-08 appeared the text of the eminent political thinker Waldemar Kuczynski [but two years later in November 2015...], who accurately summed up the years 1944 - 2013 / 2015, and in them the key to solving many puzzles - of General Czeslaw Kiszczak network and the Smolensk airplane crash 2010 -
to put it more clearly:
Jaroslaw Kaczynski "...led a country that he openly denied, even he hated this country.
Just as he hated people and political structures standing at back of this country.
And, unfortunately, there is no reason to think that this attitude is changing something.
Outline of the nation composed of two tribes can be seen in Poland since a very, very long time. But that common ground linking these tribes melts, and two tribes are more and more alien and hostile, results from the rejection of the current state by one of their. The rejection [of the current state founded in 1944 by aliens against Poles] by the political and cultural conglomerate ... with a no small part of the clergy, with many circles of opinion leaders and the great faction of the nation.
This part of the Poland is in the attack, the rest [of the Polish citizens] defended himself, or does not care about this. The attacker sing 'The free homeland deign us back Our Lord', defending [of the Polish citizens] sing 'free country, bless the Lord'. The same song is split into two camps of the cold civil war at the moment. Were it not for the fact that we are in NATO and the European Union, in the two structures which a gravity stabilizes the base of the political order in our place, it would have been a time of great 'outcry over the Vistula'. Today it seems that there is no possibility of reducing the tears on two snarling at each other tribes, that our policy must be violent, with war rhetoric and roll from the electoral battle to battle. It can take a very long time ... Everything in Poland is to discuss. ... Even whether the Third Republic lasts a quarter of a century, should be replaced by some other. ... Both parties must sing the same version of 'God Save Poland'...".

The Special services of the Polish State are completely responsible for the death of my father and his brother (and his wife); any Wojciech - their neighbor - involvement in this affair unfortunately died a year after that, as I have begun track down his.

These people hated Poles, Poland and my family, and me personally; and they also hate now, no matter what country they come from. Their obsession of hate my family is dangerous and lasts several decades.
People of these structures always broke Constitutions, because they consider ourselves higher and better than some Poles there. Such attitude is racism. Extremely anti-democratic and opposed to Polish democratic and libertarian traditions.

"...The Trust's young mastermind, A. H. Artuzov / Артур Христианович Артузов (Фраучи), in his thirties at the peak of the operation, was a cousin of Potapov. Originally named Renucci or Fraucci, Artuzov is said by most sources to have returned to Russia from Genoa only on the eve of the Revolution, while the Soviets' fictionalized biography of Artuzov acknowledges that he was of Italo-Swiss ancestry. When Potapov was the Trust's emissary to Western Europe in the 1920s, he supposedly fooled the Russian aristocrats abroad into believing he was the representative of an anti-Bolshevik underground. Yet, as emigre chronicler of the Trust S. L. Voitsekhovsky had to admit, it was incomprehensible, how his contemporaries, his former superiors and colleagues, could have believed in the sincerity of his monarchical views. ... The Trust of the spies and provocateurs, as the above shows, turns out to be a microcosm of a much bigger East? West complex, whose strategic outlook was best stated by the infamous Toynbee in 1974. ... Cheka chief Dzerzhinsky wore another hat, as chairman of the Supreme Council for the National Economy, which allowed him to deal directly with the Western members of this larger Trust...".

Copyright of above quotation:

EIR Volume 15, Number 3, January 15, 1988; ? 1988 EIR News Service Inc., All Rights Reserved. A Fresh Look at the February Revolution. New KGB skirts history lessons... by Aleln and Rachel Douglas.

"John Dziak leads the IASC's work on technology security, strategic denial and deception and countermeasures. He has served over three decades as a senior intelligence officer and an executive in the Office of the Secretary of Defense and in the Defense Intelligence Agency, with long experience in weapons proliferation intelligence, counterintelligence, strategic intelligence, global countermeasures and intelligence education. He is the author of the award-winning, Chekisty: A History of the KGB (1987), numerous other books, articles, and monographs, the most recent of: which is The Military Relationship Between China and Russia, 1995-2002 (2002), and is currently preparing a book on counterintelligence. Dr. Dziak is fluent in Russian. Dr. Dziak is co-founder and President of Dziak Group, Inc., a consulting firm in the fields of technology transfer, intelligence, counterintelligence and security, and national security affairs with clients in industry and the Intelligence Community. Dr. Dziak is an Adjunct Professor at the National Defense Intelligence College".

The Dziak family came from Slovakia.

But
"... A. H. Artuzov, in his thirties at the peak of the operation, was a cousin of Potapov. Originally named Renucci or Fraucci, Artuzov is said by most sources to have it returned Russia from Genoa only on the eve of the Revolution, while the Soviet's fictionalized biography of Artuzov acknowledges that he was of Italo - Swiss ancestry. When Potapov was the Trust's emissary is Western Europe in the 1920s, he supposedly the Russian aristocrats fooled into believing abroad he was the representative of an anti-Bolshevik underground".

In this quotation, however, is a mistake (see below my explanations).

Characteristic that appeared to it in the years 1987 and 1988.
Recently in 1987, I started by solving puzzles and political genealogy around my Konstantynowicz family in Poland and Russia.

In the first period October 1987 - September 1989 I recognized the immediate environment of our family Konstantynowicz, maybe 200 people; unfortunately it 'coincided' with the sudden death of my father on November 3, 1987; buried 09 November 1987.

And at the same time: in the villa at the Zawrat Street in Warsaw, General Czeslaw Kiszczak meets Lech Walesa [+ Bishop Jerzy Dabrowski] dated 31-08-1988, 15-09-1988; in Magdalenka near Warsaw with Kiszczak were meetings on 27-01-1989 and 02-03-1989, 07-03-1989 and 29-03-1989.

Not counting other important my family events on 28 October 1987 and 1 November 1987 - and finally, on November 2, 1987 I attempted to obtain from my father (died 03rd Nov.) the most important data about our family.

In principle, all these people (October 1987 - September 1989) were associated with the Warsaw special services (Spartakusa Rd No 43 / 45; and Krokusowa Rd 57 + 59), mainly with counter-intelligence of the security services (by the way, like in the whole period 1972
{Boguslaw Grabowski - 1968; Adam Adamkiewicz and A. Krych - 1972; J. Janowski - 1973; K. Wojcieszek - 1973; P. Dmochowski - 1974; J. Hempel - 1975; J. Matysiak - 1977; Slawomir Broniarz - 1978. The General Zbigniew Nowek from Bydgoszcz

{General Nowek - his professional career in 1990 started with the aid of the head of the Ministry of Interior, Andrzej Milczanowski} and Torun [in 2005 to 2008 head of the Foreign Intelligence Agency, in 2010 deputy chief of the National Security Agency].

With Colonel Brunon Czabok [cyber threat information security and ex-Deputy Director of the Office of Information Security and Computer Security] a head in KATOWICE}
- 2017.


Let us remember that Karl Marx and Frederick Engels were the creators of ideology [40's of the 19th cent.] about the inequalities of people due to nationality. They divided the nations of Europe into better and worse ones.

Currently, a strong social movement is operating in Poland, in 2019, on the faith of persons from national minorities and sexual minorities, and managed by neo-communists, now repainted as 'liberals'.
These people have one main feature - hatred for Poles and Poland, ruled by the current right-wing camp [in September 2019].

All this powerful structure has headquarters in Inowroclaw in Kujawy - if we are talking about current Poland. But what's interesting, in the first quarter of the 19th century Tadeusz Wolanski, slavophilist and alchemist, right here was a head of the German administration.

Mentioned Tadeusz Wolanski was the owner of Pakosc, not far from Inowroclaw.
The family of Czolgosz from Belarus, of the Grodno region, then lived in Pakosc. Leon Czolgosz murdered US President McKinley in 1901.
But Leon Czolgosz claimed that Emma Goldman was the main driver of the action, and her family came from SZAWLE, where Tadeusz Wolanski was also born, the son of an alchemist at the court of the King Stanislaw Poniatowski.

Emma Goldman around 1900/1910 was the main ideologist of the lesbian and feminist movement.

On 16th September 2019 TVP.Info - supporting the current Polish government in Poland - informed that an anti-Polish structure operates in Inowroclaw, which spreads hatred, depends on the 'SilniRazem' website.
'Strong Together' / 'SilniRazem' is headed by a homosexual. All his activity was - from March 2019 until August 2019 - subordinate to the neo-communist party dependent on Leszek Miller of Lodz.

From September 2019 'SilniRazem' became the ideological tool of the Civic Coalition.
And in this way we came back to Inowroclaw and Tadeusz Wolanski, who founded two Masons' lodges in the first half of the 19th century, in WLOCLAWEK.
It's just in WLOCLAWEK is the center of the pro-Soviet underground [Lipno; Brzesc Kujawski, around Aleksandrow Kujawski, Wloclawek, Kowal and Chocen] from the second half of the 20th century, and also in the years 2010/2018 - a conspiracy operating abroad also around my person [March 2019 until 29 August 2019].


We back to conspirators and to Andrzej Michal Horodyski, b. 1773 in Baworowo.

The Society of Polish Republicans was the Polish secret organization, in Warsaw on October 1, 1798 to mid-1801; with contact to the Deputation in Paris, and General Tadeusz Kosciuszko in Paris.
The main activists were:
Jan Orchowski / John Aloysius Orchowski,
Raymond Rembielinski [see Wiktor Rembielinski],
Andrzej HORODYSKI / Andrew Horodyski
and
Erazm Mycielski / Erasmus Mycielski.

Andrzej Michal Horodyski, b. 1773 in Baworowo [the son of ANTONI Horodyski], the freemason, in 1798 moved to Warsaw, where he became director - after ERAZM Mycielski - of the Society of Polish Republicans.
Horodyski Andrzej maintained correspondence with J. K. Szaniawski in 1802.
Andrzej Horodyski, a friend of the duke Jozef Poniatowski;
in 1831, the deputy of the minister of the FOREIGN Affairs in Warsaw.
His portrait, painted by Benner in 1816.

Note at margin:
Franciszek Kostrzewski - a painter, illustrator, associated with the Warsaw artistic community, was born in 1826 in Warsaw, invited and hosted by noblemen and landowners, he was among others at Sulkowskis in Rydzyna, Chlapowski in Turwia, Koscielski in Karczyn,
and Horodyski in Molodiatycze.

Molodiatycze
- village in Poland located in the Lublin province, close to Trzeszczany, 18 km west of Hrubieszow.
In 1578, the village belonged to the Branicki family. In the 18th century Molodiatycze were the property of the Wyszynski. Around 1823, the village was inherited by
the daughter of Tomasz Wyszynski and brought them in the dowry to Antoni Horodyski (1798 - 1877).

Antoni Horodyski junior, 1798-1877, a son of Ignacy Horodyski and Teresa Koczorowska.

Ignacy Horodyski, 1776-1856, the son of Antoni Horodyski senior, born ca 1740, an official in DYNEBURG + Ksawera Jaworska.
Above Ignacy Horodyski, 1776 / 1780-1856.

Note:
The Baworowo castle in the TARNOPOL county; close to Zastaw; 21 south-east to Tarnopol / Tiernopil; west to SKALAT; south to ZBARAZ.

Brody - see PASZKOWSKI - ca 90 km north-west to Tarnopol.

The Baworowo castle in the TARNOPOL county:
a wooden castle was located on a hill, and in the 17th century, the stronghold was rebuilt.
The Malecki family around 1800 abandoned the castle; in 1851, the estate was bought by Count Wiktor Baworowski from Malecki.
See:
Andrzej Michal Horodyski b. 1773 in Baworowo

[the son of ANTONI + 1st wife JUSTYNA MARCHOCKA HORODYSKA; Antoni Horodyski senior, 2nd married to Ksawera Jaworska],

the freemason, in 1798 moved to Warsaw, where he became director - after ERAZM Mycielski - of the Society of Polish Republicans. Horodyski Andrzej Michal d. ca 1857.
In 1773 named Baworow belonged to the Galician Podole in AUSTRIA.
Andrzej Michal Horodyski in 1796 became the activist of Lviv Centralization.

See:
Ignacy Horodyski b. ca 1780-1856, the son of Antoni Horodyski senior, and Ksawera Jaworska.

Jadwiga Horodyska b. ca 1830-1903, the daughter of Antoni Horodyski junior, 1798-1877, and Ignacja Wyszynska - see Molodiatycze.
The son Wladyslaw, married to Jozefa Chrzanowska.

In 1866, a distillery was in Molodiatycze - compare Wola Wiazowa. Before 1890, the village was in the hands of Antoni Horodyski, a son of Wladyslaw.
Antoni Horodyski 3rd, 1858-1902, first married to Jozefa Rostworowska, and after her death to Taida Wodzicka.

Andrzej Michal Horodyski / Michal Andrzej Horodyski, b. 1773, translator, and Freemason. Wedding about 1800. Translator together with Szaniawski, 1808;
also with S. Staszic,
F. K. Dmochowski,
A. Gliszczynski and K. Gliszczynski,
A. Wyganowski,
M. Wodzynski.

Note:

Jozef 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 Drzewiecki 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 the son of Felicjan Raphael Drzewiecki (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, and Szaniawski and Odessa).

Melchior Jozef 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 {Michal Ambrozy 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 Jozef 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 [deputy] Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1830-1831) - the head was Adam Jerzy Czartoryski in 1830.

Wincenty Niemojowski - vice president, a head of the Administration and Police Department.

In 1831, Minister of Internal Affairs and Police has been appointed Bonawentura Niemojowski
and then Antoni Gliszczynski;
Wiktor Rembielinski, the minister of justice.

Horodyski Andrzej Michal, 1798, took over function of the secretary of the Polish Republicans Society - after ERAZM Mycielski. In 1801, the direction of the Society.
He became one of Kollataja's closest friends.
In 1802, he became a shareholder of the Trzycieski, Horodyski et comp. - commercial house, which was also opened in Odessa, to which they also received:
P. Maleszewski
[see Venture de Paradise / Sulkowski / Napoleon, and Breguet - Duflon in Russia + Konstantynowicz, Nobel, Armand],
J. K. Szaniawski
[area of Wieruszow and Szaniawski was the family of Erazm Mycielski. General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski approached Gen. Dabrowski's opponents - he became friend with Jozef 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"]
and J. Drzewiecki
[see DUFLON in St. Petersburg co-operated with DRZEWIECKI - his family. Duflon and Konstantynowicz Company financed Lenin's activities through a wife of Apollon Konstantynowicz, ie. Anna Konstantynowicz nee ARMAND - she come from Maria Wilhelmina Paszkowska, b. ca 1819 in the Great Poland, the daughter of General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski.
Anna was the best friend of Inessa Armand, the lover of Lenin].

Andrzej HORODYSKI after the invasion of the Russians in 1813, became associated with Adam Jerzy Czartoryski. In time of The November Uprising was connected with General Skrzynecki. He was a member of the freemasonry lodge of Isis / Izis in 1811/1812, a member of the 'Great Kazimierz Wielki' in 1819/1820 [1816, 'Casimir the Great' worked until the dissolution in 1821].
Izis in the east of Warsaw - a Polish masonic lodge opened on April 1, 1780.

The Kiedrzynski - Pradzynski line:
This is the Kiedzynski family line from Wola Wiazowa in the 19th cent. [in the 2nd half of the 20th cent. it's the author's family], affinity with the Pradzynski home, also in Wilkowo Polskie [Garczynski and Szoldrski] under the Prussian border in the 18th-19th centuries, and near to KALISZ in the 18th century, close to OPOCZNO in the 20th century, and in Wola Pszczolecka
[compare:
Sulimierski from LUBIEC {guerrilla of 1833}, Soltyk {note on 1831 November Uprising}, Walewski from Jedlno
[Ludwika Walewska married Jozef Niemojewski, the 2nd, with the daughter Anna Niemojewska married Dominik Paszkowski]
and Wieruszow, Kalinowski-Oginski-Ronne-Trubecki branch + Mielzynski-Bninski-Fiszer line of CHOBIENICE-KROTOSZYN-Gorzdy/Gargzdai].

Strong political ties connected them with {Freemasonry and the fight for independent Poland - Kosciuszko-Fiszer-General Franciszek Paszkowski + Armand-Konstantynowicz-Japaridze in Moscow + Duflon-Breguet} the independence conspiracy linked to
Erasmus Mycielski / ERAZM Mycielski, Ignacy Pradzynski, Kalasanty Szaniawski,
and thus indirectly with
General Fraciszek Paszkowski [+ Horodyski, Maleszewski, Venture, Breguet, Neyman (closest to General Jozef Niemojewski) and the TEMPLARS],
General Tadeusz Kosciuszko [see Jefferson and Illuminati movement],
and through the family of BREZA to General Stanislaw Fiszer and his wife Fiszer - Kwilecka.

Horodyski Andrzej Michal, 1798 co-organizer and secretary of the Polish Republicans Society; Jacobin, 1807-09 he cooperated in organizing the Polish authorities; in 1831, Andrzej Horodyski was the Minister of Foreign Affairs [deputy].
Until the November Uprising in 1831, the Congress Kingdom was in a personal union with the tsars of Russia. On December 1, 1830, the Executive Department of the Administrative Council was established.
Provisional Government of the Kingdom of Poland (1830) was the government of the Kingdom of Poland established on December 3, 1830 during the November Uprising, after the dissolution of the Administrative Council.
It existed until December 21, 1830, when the Supreme National Council was replaced.

The Supreme National Council - the uprising government during the November Uprising, appointed on December 21, 1830 by the dictator Jozef Chlopicki in place of the dissolved Provisional Government.
It existed until January 30, 1831, when the National Government was established.
It was a collegial advisory body for the dictator, and it handed over its ordinances to appropriate government commissions for execution.
President:
Duke Adam Jerzy Czartoryski,
marshal Wladyslaw Ostrowski,
Duke Michal Radziwill,
senator Leon Dembowski,
MP Stanislaw Barzykowski.

The National Government, the appointed Polish government, on January 29, 1831 , was formally the highest executive power in the Kingdom of Poland during the November Uprising.
On January 29, the Parliament passed a resolution, with a majority of 93 votes to 13, by the power of which was appointed the National Government. This government had the right to dispose of the income of the state treasury.
On January 30, the Parliament elected Adam Jerzy Czartoryski as president of the National Government.

The Presidents of the National Government of 1831:
Prince Adam Czartoryski, January 30 - August 17, 1831;
Jan Krukowiecki, August 17 - September 7, 1831;
Bonawentura Niemojowski, September 7 - September 25, 1831;
General Maciej Rybinski, September 25 - October 9, 1831 (he was not the president, commander-in-chief with full civil authority).

Heads of departments in 1831:
Adam Jerzy Czartoryski as chairman, took Department of Foreign Affairs;
Wincenty Niemojowski, vice president, Department of Administration and Police.

Ministers:
Alojzy Biernacki, the Minister of the Treasury;
Leon Dembowski, treasury minister (from June 1831);
Gustaw Malachowski, a deputy minister of foreign affairs (no minister was appointed, and foreign affairs were managed by Czartoryski himself).

Gustaw Malachowski was the second son of Stanislaw Aleksander MALACHOWSKI and Anna Stadnicka.
He had two brothers:
Juliusz Malachowski and Henryk Malachowski.

Stanislaw Aleksander Ignacy Malachowski of the Nalecz coat of arms (1770-1849), count, brigade general of the army of the Duchy of Warsaw, senator-castellan, chief on the left bank of the Vistula in the November Uprising.
The son of Mikolaj Malachowski and Marianna Ewa Mecinska.

Stanislaw Aleksander Malachowski m. Anna Stadnicka, with 3 sons:
Gustaw, Juliusz and Henryk, and with 2 daughters: Gabriela and Karolina.
A graduate of the Cracow Academy. He worked in the diplomatic service of Stanislaw August Poniatowski. He was a member of the mission of Franciszek Piotr Potocki in Constantinople in 1790-1791. Member of Freemasonry. He took part in the Polish-Russian war of 1792.
Count Stanislaw Aleksander Ignacy Malachowski, 1770-1849, the son of Mikolaj Malachowski and Marianna Mecinska.
His grandparents -
Jan Malachowski, 1698-1762;
Izabela Humiecka, 1700-1783;
Wojciech Mecinski, the Radom governor, 1691-1752 + Marianna Mecinska, b. ca 1700.

Above named WOJCIECH MECINSKI:
m. ca 1730 to Marianna Mecinska, with the son
Count Adam Albert Wojciech Mecinski, MP in 1788, Senator in 1788-1795, 1740-1805 m. Aniela Stadnicka.
Mentioned ANIELA:
the daughter of Antoni Stadnicki, the Ostrzeszow official, 1710-1777 + Teresa Potocka.

Ministers in 1831 of the Polish goverment:
Andrzej Horodyski, deputy minister of foreign affairs (from June 1831);
Izydor Krasinski, the minister of war;
Franciszek Morawski, the minister of war,
Bonawentura Niemojowski, minister of the interior and police;
Antoni Gliszczynski, minister of the interior and police (from June 1831);
Wiktor Rembielinski, Minister of Justice.

Andrzej Michal Horodyski, b. in 1773 in Baworowo, in the Podole Galicyjskie, as the son of Antoni, and Justyna nee Marchocki. In his youth, he intended to study philosophy at the University of Lviv. In 1796 he became an activist of the Lviv Centralization. After it was broken up, he fled (1798) to Warsaw, where he initially became a co-founder, and then secretary and manager (he took over after E. Mycielski) of the Society of Polish Republican, operating under the pseudonym Andrzej Dumanski. In 1801, at the request of the Society, he established and conducted encrypted correspondence with H. Kollataj. Soon he also became one of the group of Kollataj's most faithful friends. In 1802 he became a shareholder of the Trzycieski, Horodyski et comp. store, which was being built in Odessa, which was also joined by:
P. Maleszewski,
J. K. Szaniawski
and J. Drzewiecki.

Izydor Zenon Tomasz Krasinski, b. in 1774 in Wiksin, 3 kilometres north of Grudusk, 25 km north of Ciechanow;
24 km north-west to the villege Leszno and 33 km north-west to the estate KRASNE,
17 km south-west to Krzynowloga Mala.
Izydor Krasinski d. November 22, 1840 in Warsaw; Polish infantry general, Minister of War of the National Government of the Kingdom of Poland during the November Uprising.
After the outbreak of the November Uprising, from December 4, 1830 to March 8, 1831, he was the minister of war. During the uprising he was removed from the military affairs.
After returning from exile, he settled in Warsaw. He was a third-degree member of the Masonic lodge, 'Slavic Unity', where he was the second caretaker of this lodge.
His great-grandparents:
Pawel Krasinski of Krasne, the Ciechanow official, 1660-1709, and Ludwika Zielinska.
Pawel Krasinski of Krasne, b. ca 1660, was the son of Jan Krasinski, b. ca 1620, and Dorota KOZICKA.

Bonawentura Niemojowski was the son of Feliks Niemojewski and Angela Walichnowska.
After returning from abroad, he settled in Marchwacz near Kalisz. It lies 16 kilometres east of Kalisz, 5 km south-west to OSZCZEKLIN

[Brygida Bardzka Walknowska + JAKUB Kiedrzynski had two daughters:
1.
Juliana Konstancja Kiedrzynska ARNOLD, b. 1770 / 1772-1811 or Julianna Kiedrzynska

{she was married in Sobotka - south-west to KROSNIEWICE, in 1798, to Jan Arnold b. 1751 - died in 1840 in Pietrzykowo [north to Szczecinek - the Arnolds had a home in PLOCK in 1824]; the owner of Pecherzow, married Juljanna Kiedrzynski [2nd], b. ca 1770 / or in 1772-1811; he was 1st married Ruszkowska, widowed, the owner of Wierzchoslaw [north to GOLENIOW]; he was 3rd married in 1813 in LISKOW

(LISKOW - 17 km west to WILCZKOW - see the place of birth to named above Kiedrzynski Jakub - south to MADALIN, 8 km south-west to BEDZIECHOW of Kiedrzynski; 17 west-south-west to GLUCHOW ! and north-west to WRONIAWY)},

with a son ARNOLD, 1814-1885,
and a granddaughter 1845-1935 married in 1867 in OSZCZEKLIN to WOLOWSKI

(to Marian Jozef Edward Wolowski, 1838 - 1909, the son of Ksawery WOLOWSKI

[Ksawery, b. Dec. 1792 - Warsaw, d. 1867 - Oszczeklin;
studied in Warsaw, married Agnieszka Basinska].

See: Mikolaj Basinski, inf. in 1844 in Kalisz and in 1839 in SZADEK.

Mentioned OSZCZEKLIN:
ca 1790, it bought Stanislaw Potocki. In 1854 Oszczeklin was owned by Ksawery Wolowski [with new village Ksawerow]. 1866 the estate took his son Marian Wolowski b. 1838, with ca 1875 Marianowo and Agnieszkowo.
Marian Wolowski in 1863 was the insurgent. In 1909 died Stanislaw, the son of named Marian;
Marian Wolowski died also in 1909, buried in Rajsk.
Oszczeklin belonged to Maria, the daughter of Marian Wolowski.
Maria Wolowska married Wincenty Gorski who bought the estate in 1899 from hands of Konrad Arnold.
Oszczeklin belonged to ARNOLD in 1895.
Wincenty Gorski died in 1931].

and Agnieszka Basinska Wolowski b. 1809 in LASK, died in OSZCZEKLIN in 1897, south-west to WRONIAWY and LISKOW),

with two great-granddaughters:
Seweryna Jozefa Maria Wolowska, 1869-1949 (m. Walenty Hieronim Julian Kamocki in ca 1885),
and
Wanda Edwardina Wolowska, b. 1870 (m. Wincenty Jacenty Beniamin Gorski).

Julianna Kiedrzynska, was married in Sobotka - south-west to KROSNIEWICE, in 1798, to Jan Arnold, b. 1751 - died in 1840 in Pietrzykowo.
Witness in 1798, Maciej Bogdanski, official in KALISZ [relatives to the Kiedrzynskis].
Her son Mateusz Arnold was studied in Warsaw in 1823, b. 1804, m. Jozefa Ilowiecka
with a grandson
Julian Pius Ludwik Arnold b. 1840.

2.
and Petronela Kiedrzynska - more on 'ZWIAZEK LECHITOW'. Above
PETRONELA KIEDRZYNSKA married to Melchior Jan Pradzynski
- compare the Pradzynskis and the Kiedrzynskis of WOLA WIAZOWA, the family of the author to this domain].

On September 23, Bonawentura Niemojowski submitted the president. On October 5, 1831, insurgent troops under the command of the last commander-in-chief of the uprising, General Maciej Rybinski, crossed the borders of the Kingdom of Poland and the Kingdom of Prussia near the village of Jastrzebie, where they announced capitulations and laid down their arms. The army consisted of 19,871 men, including 9 generals, 89 staff officers and 416 junior officers. Together with the army, the insurgent authorities headed by the last president of the National Government, and members of the Parliament crossed the borders near to
Bachor - Jastrzebie on the Pissa banks, after the way from Plock - Wloclawek - Rypin to the north to Rokitnica, by Swiedziebnia [Nostitz-Jackowski] to Golkowo.


Jan Paszkowski [my ancestor on the father side], born in 1742 + Petronela Kulikowska,
with a son
Dominik Paszkowski, b. 1783 in Brody, d. 1866 + Anna Niemojewska, died in 1872 (inf. in SWIEDZIEBNIA in 1862; a tomb in Krakow / Cracow).

Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski, b. 12.10.1778 in Brody (to 1st wife of Jan Paszkowski), d. 10.3.1856 in Cracow, General, Virtuti Militari, the owner of Tonie close to Cracow, tomb in Cracow - Rakowice, was the half-brother of above Dominik Paszkowski and of Wojciech Paszkowski, a main plenipotent of Artur POTOCKI who was the Templar freemason and the ancestor to the Potockis, the owners of Berezyna - Lubuszany until November 1918.

Dominik Paszkowski was father of Jozef Franciszek Paszkowski.

It's just a hypothetical representation of ancestors of above Anna! Born ca 1795 ?, died 1872: maybe her mother was Ludwika nee Walewska 1775-1863,
and her grandfather was
Jozef Kalasanty Walewski 1747-1792 + Paulina RADOLINSKA Walewska / Pulina Radolinska,
and the great-grandfather
Aleksander Walewski m. Elzbieta Mecinska of Jedlno
[Mecinski and Stadnicki of the Pleszew county were relatives].

Jozef Niemojowski / Jozef Niemojewski, the 2nd, 1760-1836, m. ca 1790 to Ludwika Walewska, 1775-1863, with
Leon Michal b. 1798;
Izabella Salomea Niemojowska b. 1801;
Adolf Jozef Niemojowski, 1802-1873;
Edward 1810-1874;
Jozef Niemojowski, 1840-1857;
and
Anna Niemojowska, b. ca 1795, died 1872, m. Paszkowski?
Anna Niemojewska was with a visit in Swiedziebnia in 1862, close to Brodnica and Rypin.

Compare:
KOBYLANSKI Michal, d. ca 1781, from Kozuby Nowe, m. 1st unknown, 2nd Zofia Niemojewska (Lutynia ca 5 km north-east of Jarocin; see Kiedrzynski in Noskow).

Sons of above Dominik Paszkowski:
Franciszek Paszkowski, b. 1818 in Warsaw, d. 1883 Cracow, an owner of Tonie, MP; Franciszek studied painting at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts.
and
Jozef Franciszek Daniel Paszkowski, b. 1817 in Warsaw, d. 1861 in Warsaw + Seweryna Stompf,
with children:
1. Franciszek Paszkowski, jurist, in 1902 an owner of Tonie,
and
2. Leon Ignacy Paszkowski, 1845 - 1904, a director of a bank in Cracow, + (1875 - 1887) Maria Lasocka, a daughter of Bronislaw LASOCKI + Felicja Wolowska [the Frankists].
Jozef Franciszek Daniel Paszkowski, 1817-1861, was buried in Cracow, married to Kazimiera Seweryna Stompf.

Dominik Paszkowski, 1783-1866, the son of Jan + Petronela Kulikowska, who married Anna Niemojewska, had also a son PASZKOWSKI Jozef Edmund, 1817 - 1861, a poet, translator.

Laura Anna Antonina Paszkowska, 1844-1866, was a daughter of above Jozef + Kazimiera Stompf.

Jan Paszkowski, senior, married two times: 1st to unknown and 2nd to Petronela. His son Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski died in 1856, in September 1800 received the assignment to captain in the Italian Legion. In 1801 he met Thaddeus Kosciuszko and the next three years 1801-1804 he spent at his side gathering material for a biography. In 1804-1805, he was in a camp of Chalons-sur-Marne.
Franciszek Paszkowski was reactivated on the staff of Joachim Murat, as a translator and espionage officer, also an aide of Murat.
He had correspondence contact with Kosciuszko, who named him 'my Paszkos'.
In January 1815 Franciszek Paszkowski resigned from the position of secretary in the Polish Kingdom, and was deleted from the state service of the Polish army. After leaving the military he went to the POZNAN Duchy and then abroad, visiting Kosciuszko and Frederick Augustus ex Duke of the Warsaw Duchy.

Gustaw FINDEISEN m. in 1867, in Lowicz, to Pelagia Joanna Rodys, 1849-1875,
the daughter of
Dss Boleslawa Wanda Felicja Rodys Swiatopelk-Mirska, born in 1831 in Swiedziebnia, in the PLOCK county, d. in 1915 in Warsaw.

Boleslawa RODYS was the daughter of
prince Tomasz Swiatopelk-Mirski / Thomas Theophilus Jan Sviatopolk-Mirsky [1st m. MALESZEWSKA] and 2nd marriage to
Marianne / Marianna Marcjanna Swiatopelk-Mirska, nee Nostitz-Jackowska, 1807 - 1853,
the daughter of
Jan Nepomuk Xaverius Nostitz-Jatskovski / Jan Nepomucen Nostitz-Jackowski, b. ca 1770, and Petronela DRYWA - ZAKRZEWSKA.

Nadroz close to Rogowo, in the Rypin county.
The village belonged to Nadrowski, and then at the end of 18th cent. to Balinski and Kretkowski; ca 1812 Adam Nadrowski taken all estate.
Nadroz, ca 1850, bought Wilhelm Fryderyk Barthel von Weidenthal, who was an administrator of Antoni Suminski estate in Zbojno.
Then, in 1856, to his son Alfred Kalikst Barthel.
1886 Nadroz with Balin belonged to Alfred Jozef Barthel, the son of Alfred Kalikst Barthel.
The last in Nadroz - until 1939 - was Artur Barthel, a son of Alfred Jozef Barthel who acted also in Rypin.

Nadroz - 9 km south of RYPIN; north of Wloclawek and LIPNO.
See
Swiedziebnia - 16 km north-east of RYPIN;
Brzezno near to Lipno [see Golub-Dobrzyn and PLOCK !];
Marianowo, in the Rypin County, close to Golub-Dobrzyn and RYPIN - 13 km north-west of RYPIN.

Lech Walesa's father Boleslaw Walesa, b. 1907 in Sobowo, d. 1945, but Lech's ancestors were living south to Wloclawek, in the Chocen community: Filipki, Wola Nakonowska and Golaszewo of the DAMBSKI family
- in the 30' of the 19th century the Dambskis were living in DABIE, too.

SOBOWO
- within the Plock County, 6 kilometres west of Brudzen Duzy, and 23 km north-west of Plock.

Bogurzyn
is a village near to Wisniewo, within the Mlawa County, 10 kilometres south-west of Mlawa. Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski, younger, was the owner of BOGURZYN.

Jan Nepomucen Ksawery Wybicki, b. 1782 in Wadzyn
[5 kilometres north-west of Bobrowo, 13 km north-west of Brodnica, and 53 km north-east of Torun], close to Brodnica
- died in 1852 in Swierczyny
[6 kilometres north-west of Lysomice and 10 km north-west of Torun].
The son of Jakub Wybicki and Marianna.

Jan Nepomuzen WYBICKI was the father of Marianna Teofila Nostitz-Jackowska.
Marianna came from KONOJADY / Konojadki, 7 kilometres south-east of Jablonowo Pomorskie, 17 km north-west of Brodnica, and 54 km north-east of Torun, 35 km south-east to NOGAT, village.

Marianna Teofila Nostitz-Jackowska, 1825 in Konojadki - 1898, the daughter of Jan Nepomucen Ksawery Wybicki;
the wife of Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski, younger.
Mentioned Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski JUNIOR, was the son of
Jan Nepomucen Ksawery Nostitz-Jackowski, b. 1770/1777,