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Wyszyny - 22 km south-west to MARGONIN, 23 west to ZON, 34 km west to GOLANCZ. Dziembowo, Margonin, Margonska Wies, Chodziez and the Arcichowski-Kiedrzynski line, Skorzewski-Ciecierski, and Golancz of Jozef Napoleon Hutten-Czapski and Stanislaw Mielzynski with Stanislaw Fiszer, Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski and Armand-Konstantynowicz,
Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 17 MAY 2022.

Wyszyny - 22 km south-west to MARGONIN, 23 west to ZON, 34 km west to GOLANCZ. Wirydianna Fiszerowa / Wirydianna Fiszer / Wirydianna Radolinska, Kwilecka b. in Wyszyny, d. in Dzialyn in 1826 (Dzialyn - a village in the administrative district of Klecko, in west-central Poland, at way from Klecko to Gniezno); she known Frederick II of Prussia, Izabela Czartoryska, Stanislaw August Poniatowski, Jozef Poniatowski, Jan Henryk Dabrowski, and Tadeusz Kosciuszko; her sisters: Katarzyna b. 1762, and Antonina b. 1770. The genealogy of Hutten-Czapski + Karwat + Jaruzelski + Jozef Pisudski, together with Julianna Kiedrzynska ARNOLD of RASZKOW, the godmother to above 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.
Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 12 MAY 2022.

Mikolaj Swinarski / Mikolaj Swiniarski m. in 1748 to Anna Bninska Swinarska [her SECOND husband], ca 1727-1771, the daughter of Rafal Bninski, the Srem governor, 1705-1770 + Marianna Kwilecka, ca 1700 - 1761. Weronika Garczynska, Mycielska, born as Krzycka ca 1720/1735-1791, came from Anna Swiniarska / Swinarska BNINSKA. Weronika has the link to Lukasz Mycielski b. ca 1630 + Anna Zaleska, the daughter of Aleksander Zaleski and MILEJOW. Weronika Garczynska Mycielska Krzycka has the link to GOSTKOWO - because Mikolaj Chlebowski, the official of KALISZ, was the husband of Anna Bninska who was married three times: Krzycka, Swinarska, Chlebowska. Bninski intermarried Kwilecki. Weronika has husband Stefan Garczynski Jr. - the link to Racendow / Racendowo close to Orpiszewek and Pleszew of Molski and Zaleski. Fryderyk Wilhelm Jozef Andrzej Skorzewski, b. 1768 in BERLIN, married Antonina Adelajda Garczynska, b. 1767/1770, d. 1824. Antonina GARCZYNSKA was the daughter of STEFAN GARCZYNSKI, junior, b. 1730 in Poznan, Dec. 1773 [or after; maybe 1791] + 1st wife Weronika KRZYCKA, the daughter of Maciej Krzycki + Anna BNINSKA Swinarska. AUGUSTYN GORZENSKI was married to Aleksandra Skorzewska, b. 1757, died in 1801, the daughter of Franciszek Andrzej Skorzewski. Franciszek's Skorzewski foster son was Fryderyk Wilhelm Jozef Andrzej Skorzewski, b. 1768 in BERLIN, married to Antonina Adelajda Garczynska, b. 1767/1770, d. 1824. Weronika Garczynska / Krzycka / Weronika Mycielska b. ca 1742, was the daughter of Maciej Krzycki and Anna Swiniarska / Anna Swinarska b. ca 1720. Mikolaj Swinarski b. 1725, was the son of Jan Swinarski, ca 1675 - 1742 + Zofia Rokossowska b. ca 1690. Mikolaj Swinarski / Mikolaj Swiniarski m. in 1748 to Anna Bninska, ca 1727-1771, the daughter of Rafal Bninski, the Srem governor, 1705-1770 + Marianna Kwilecka, ca 1700 - 1761. Mikolaj's daughter was Barbara Swinarska, ca 1750-1786 + Jozef Krzyzanowski [compare CZARNOCIN], the supporter of the 3rd May Constitution in 1791, MP and the Poznan official in 1776, lived ca 1750-1796, with a daughter Anna Prakseda Krzyzanowska, ca 1770-1802 + Andrzej Grabinski, ca 1742-1821. Andrzej GRABINSKI was next of kin to my family Kiedrzynski.
Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 09 MAY 2022.

Marshal Konstanty Rokossowski in the Baranowo parish, the Ostroleka county - with Kaczynski and Chudzik. The Rokossowski family in Wola Pszczolecka. General Wojciech Jaruzelski and his family in KALISZ. Marshal Jozef Pilsudski and Onyszkiewicz, Karwat in Bydgoszcz, and Andrzejak-Zbieranowski clan in Koluszki. The Karwats lived in MECHLIN and SREM in the second half of the 19th century, but with links to Wichulec and Tczew [Bardzki, Schroeder, Nostitz-Jackowski, Karwat]; after second World War they lived in Bydgoszcz. They came from Andrzej Karwat b. ca 1770/1780/1790, m. 1st ca 1810 to Maria Kreciewska, with the son Teofil Karwat, b. 1810/1820 + Jadwiga Kielczewska, b. ca 1830, d. 1873; Andrzej Karwat m. 2nd ca 1833, with the son Julian Karwat b. ca 1834 + Urszula Bialoblocka. This is a complex political, intelligence and genealogical structure operating under the influence of Russian intelligence formed around 1720/1741 until now, May 2022, 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. 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 [in JELENIEWO close to SUWALKI], Oskierka, Ilinski, Poniatowski, Stefania Julia Radziwill branch {MIEZONKA}, and the Konstantynowiczs.
Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 01 MAY 2022.

Charlupia Mala with Jaruzelski [+ Karwat], Hutten-Czapski [of Wielun and Raszkow] and Chudzik [my fate in the 80' of the 20th century]: Zofia Brzezinska b. in 1882 in Dzierlin in the Charlupia Mala parish. Her husband - Junior, Wladyslaw Czapski b. in 1882 in Rajsko, engineering, living in Kalisz. The marriage in 1911 in Dzierlin, in the Charlupia Mala parish to Zofia Brzezinska b. in 1882 in Dzierlin. Above Wladyslaw junior was the brother of Kazimierz Czapski b. 1875 in Rajsko close to Kalisz {the next of kin to the family of General Wojciech JARUZELSKI}. They were the sons of Wladyslaw Hutten-Czapski b. 1835/1842, m. Zofia Chyczewska, ca 1845 - died aft. 1911 or Chiczewska, Chyczowska; second married to KARWAT. Teofil Karwat b. 1810 / 1820, m. ca 1840 to Jadwiga Kielczewska, b. ca 1830-1873, the daughter of Walenty Kazimierz Kielczewski + Faustyna Florentyna Plaskowska, 1799-1881; with the daughter of Teofil Karwat - Elzbieta KARWAT, 1842-1906, m. Wladyslaw Hutten-Czapski, b. 1835 / 1842 or ca 1840 [his second wife in the 80' of the 19th century]. Wladyslaw Czapski b. 1835 = Wladyslaw Hutten-Czapski m. 1st Zofia Chyczewska, b. ca 1845.
Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 10 APRIL 2022.

TCZEW and Koscierzyna-Kartuzy, with the links to Chruszczobrod and Andrychow-Wadowice-Kety; Strzegowa close to Kalisz; and from Chruszczobrod to Marshal Jozef Klemens Pilsudski together with Karwat-Bardzki-Walknowski-Kiedrzynski-Pradzynski-Arnold-Hutten Czapski-Jaruzelski of Kalisz; and Billewicz-von Ronne-Oginski-Pilsudski branch; Brodnica-Wichulec-Niewierz-Mileszewy-Swierczyny-Kruszyny Szlacheckie with the Hutten-Czapski, Wybicki, Plaskowski, Karwat, Kielczewski families. In the 70' of the 19th century we have three members of the German Parliament in Berlin, of my genealogical complex net. The first was Hiacynt Nostitz-Jackowski, 1805-1877, the son of Hipolit Nostitz-Jackowski + Elzbieta Jezierska. Hiacynt von Jackowski b. in 1805 in Gros Jablau / Jablowo in the Starogard Gdanski / Prussian Stargard county. He was the MP in 1847, 1849, and from GDANSK in the West Prussia province in 1867-1871. Hiacynt Nostitz-Jackowski / Jackowski, the owner of Jablowo until death in 1877. In 1867 the MP of Koscierzyna-Starogard Gdanski-Tczew district = Berent-Preusisch Stargard-Dirschau.

Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 07 APRIL 2022.

The complex web of German, Polish, Russian, French, Scottish conspirators and spies - Bebelno, Wegleszyn with Bystrzanowski and Kochowski; Lowinia with Bystrzanowski; Gniewiecin, 11 km to KRZCIECICE with Debinski and Nostitz-Jackowski. Suchecki and Jordan in Krzciecice. Turza Wielka close to Sobowo and Chalin - Strzegowa and Gostyczyna, south to Kalisz - Chruszczobrod close to Siewierz - Chocen south to Wloclawek - Swiedziebnia near to the East Prussia border with Stara Hancza in the Suwalki region - with link to Andrychow-Wadowice-Kety [Czaniec, Kozy, Lipnik Gorny, Roczyny, Twierdza, Wieprz] region and above Lowinia-Krzciecice north-east to Sedziszow. Podolin and Czarnocin; Chelmo, Krery, Przedborz + Bugaj, Dmenin, Kobiele Wielkie. CHRUSZCZOBROD and the Poniatowskis. Lucretia Wojna-Jasieniecka / Lukrecja Woyna / Lukrecja Poniatowska (Wojna-Jasieniecka) / Lukrecya Woynianka Woyna, b. ca 1630, the wife of Jan Poniatowski b. ca 1620 [in 1640 Jan Poniatowski lived in CHRUSZCZOBROD], with the daughter Anna Poniatowska / Poniatovska / Anna Swiecicka b. ca 1650 + Jan Sventitski / Jan Swiecicki, with a daughter Regina Sventitska / Regina Lopacinska Swiecicka, b. ca 1680, d. in 1773 in Vilnius + Leon Lopatinski [Leon Lopacinski, the the Mscislaw official, 1663-1732 + Regina SWIECICKA].

Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 04 APRIL 2022.

CHRUSZCZOBROD and the Poniatowskis: Jan Poniatowski was living in Chruszczobrod ca 1640, born ca 1610/1620; m. 2nd Zofia Grocholska with the son Franciszek Poniatowski b. October 1651, died in May 1691 + (in 1674) Helena Niewiarowska b. 1656, d. 1732. Jan Poniatowski b. ca 1620 + 1st to Lukrecja Woyna. Jan Poniatowski in 1640 was godfather in Chruszczobrod together with Barbara Ujejska, the daughter of Ujejski, the writer of a land office. Jan Poniatowski of Chruszczobrod was the godfather together with Zofia Swietoslawska in 1640. The newborn Mikolaj Myszkowski b. in 1640 in Osiek, bpt. in December 1640 in Kozieglowki. Mikolaj died in 1713; in 1669 Mikolaj Myszkowski was the owner of Chruszczobrod, Dabrowa and Galewice. Named Zofia Swietoslawska lived in Pienczyce / Pinczyce in the Kozieglowy commune. Mikolaj Myszkowski in 1684 - inf. in Chruszczobrod; in the Wielun county in 1669; in 1711 Mikolaj divided assets: Jozef Myszkowski took Dabrowa, Jan Myszkowski took Galewice. Jan Poniatowski b. in Chojnik close to Gromnik ca 1610/1620; Chojnik is a village in the Gromnik commune, within the Tarnow County, in southern Poland, 21 kilometres south of Tarnow. Jan Poniatowski with the Ciolek coat of arms, b. ca 1610/1620, sometimes like Jan Poniatowski b. December 1630 [a mistake], d. ca 1676 + 3rd to (in January 1659) Jadwiga Maciejowska, the daughter of Stanislaw Maciejowski + Urszula Rapsztynska.

Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 02 APRIL 2022.

Bobrka in the Solina commune, of BLIZINSKI, is situated 6 km north-west to close to LOBOZEW = Lobozew Gorny of Krasnopolski. Bobrka is a village in the Solina commune, within the Lesko County, in south-eastern Poland, 4 kilometres north of Solina, 11 km south-east of Lesko, and 76 km south-east of Rzeszow. Michal Krasnopolski was the son of Ignacy Krasnopolski, the Pommerania official in 1770 + Katarzyna Kozarska; the grandson of Mikolaj Krasnopolski b. ca 1700 + Marianna Dobrzyniecka; the great-grandson of Pawel KRASNOPOLSKI b. ca 1670, the Lobozewo landlord + Katarzyna Pobidzinska, primo voto Konarska. Lobozew = Lobozewo / Lobozew Gorny, is a village in the Ustrzyki Dolne commune, within the Bieszczady country, 9 kilometres south-west of Ustrzyki Dolne. Jozef Blizinski (1827 - 1893), author, was living in Bobrka, in which Kolberg spent most of the time during his stay in Galicia. Blizinski, a playwright, was the former owner of the estates in Chocen. JAN Boryslawski was the owner in Ukraine, the Boryslaw district, of Tustanowice. Tustanowice was situated in the Drohobycz district, 9 km south-west to Drohobycz. Jan Boryslawski married in 1766, Warsaw, to Aniela Owsiana. Jan had the daughter Maryanna Gabryela Gasiorowska / Marianna Gasiorowska (Boryslawska) / Marianna Boryslawska, b. ca 1767, m. twice, 2nd to Leon Gasiorowski, the Royal Court official in 1765, with the daughter Maria Gasiorowska, 1793-1840 married Jozef January Bninski, 1787-1846. Jan Boryslawski b. 1740, m. Aniela OWSIANY, b. ca 1745/1750; Aniela Owsiany, Boryslawska b. 1745/1750, was the sister to Feliks Owsiany, junior, b. ca 1745. Above mentioned Jan Boryslawski was the owner of Jurki / Wola Przeczlawska. In 1784 Jurki was bought by Jan Boryslawski - Sreniawa, a chamberlain of the Polish court in 1780. Jan married on September 21, 1766, at the Church of the Holy Cross in Warsaw to Aniela Owsiany, the daughter of Feliks Owsiany, senior, the Wilkomierz commander.

Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 29 March 2022.

Taszycki, Gostkowski, Jordan, Szwarcenberg-Czerny and my mother's genealogy. SEDZISZOW {compare Henryka Suchecka married in 1841 in KRZCIECICE} and Lownia {above Lowina / Lowinia, close to Jedrzejow and south to Naglowice; and north-east to Sedziszow - east to Szczekociny and Lelow}. The JORDAN family around SEDZISZOW: 1. Teofil Tomasz Jordan b. 1794 from Sedziszow + TERESA JORDAN b. ca 1795. 2. Wincenty Jordan b. in 1739 in Sedziszow, 11 km south-west to above Krzciecice, died in 1800, the Chelmno Pomorskie official + Tekla Lgocka. Anna Dembinska b. 1760, was the daughter of Antoni Dembinski b. ca 1705, d. in 1781 in Gniewiecin, 6 kilometres south of Sedziszow [the Swietokrzyskie province], 20 km south-west of Jedrzejow. Antoni DEMBINSKI owned Roczyny close to Andrychow, and of Twierdza with Wieprz near to Andrychow. 3. Henryka Suchecka b. ca 1815, m. in 1841 in Krzciecice, 11 km south-west to Jedrzejow, to Romuald Jordan b. in 1832 in Cracow, the son of Teofil Tomasz Adam Jordan b. December 1794, the grandson of Wincenty Jordan b. in 1739 in Sedziszow, 11 km south-west to above Krzciecice, died in 1800, the Chelmno Pomorskie official + Tekla Lgocka. Above Teofil Tomasz Jordan m. Teresa Jordan b. ca 1795, the daughter of Joachim Ignacy Jordan b. in 1750 Kozy [9 km south-west to KETY, 9 km west to CZANIEC, 10 km south-west to Nowa Wies close to Kety; 5 km north-east to Lipnik Gorny close to Bielsko-Biala], the Oswiecim official + Tekla Fajgel b. ca 1750. Maksymilian Bystrzanowski, the owner of Lowinia in the Sedziszow parish in 1860; m. Magdalena Bystrzanowska. His daughter Zofia Bystrzanowski married in Nowa Brzeznica, close to JEDLNO. Sebastian Bystrzanowski inf. in Bystrzanowice in 1783; in Dabrowno in 1783. Dabrowno - the LELOW parish; near NIEGOWA.

Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 27 March 2022.

My mother's genealogy: Zaluskowski, Pradzynski, Ilowiecki, Nasierowski, Wolanski, Neyman, Arnold, Szwarcenberg-Czerny, Nieniewski, Pstrokonski, Ankwicz, Madalinski, Uminski, Mieroslawski vs Poniatowski with Kosciuszko, Morsztyn, Ostrowski, Gordon, Agryll and Czartoryski. My father's genealogy: Paszkowski, Szwarcenberg-Czerny, Armand, Japaridze-Saparow-Oldenburg-Dadiani with Konstantynowicz of Miezonka, Kazan, Moscow and Viljandi, Tallinn and Swolna.

Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 24 March 2022.

Prince Adam Kazimierz Czartoryski was an influential Polish aristocrat, writer, traveller and statesman. He was a great patron of arts and a candidate for the Polish crown. He was born in 1734, Gdansk - died in 1823, in Sieniawa. He m. Izabela Czartoryska (m. in 1761). His children: Adam Jerzy Czartoryski, Zofia Czartoryska, Konstanty Adam Czartoryski, Maria Wirtemberg. Adam Kazimierz Czartoryski "made there numerous acquaintances with English aristocracy, which he later maintained by means of frequent correspondence and during the second journey with his wife Izabella Czartoryska, maiden name Fleming ... From this trip, abounding in numerous contacts with great families of England". ... brought many souvenirs, which later found themselves in the famous Sibyl's Temple (one of the first Polish museums). Among others there were: Mary Stewart's portrait, a plaster imprint of Cromwell's face, Henry VIII's gunpowder horn and a locket of Elizabeth Woodville, Edward VII's wife. The Prince and Princess Czartoryski created in their mansion a special atmosphere, pervaded with elements of English culture. "However, it was the young Prince's [Adam Jerzy Czartoryski] first journey to Great Britain, where he went with his mother Princess Izabella in 1789, that exerted the most significant influence on him. The tempo of the tour and the number of visited places is amazing. After they arrival to London they had their base in the house of lord Mansfeld [Mansfield], the Prince's father's friend from the time of the father's journey to England. In London the Princess rented a villa ... During their stay in England they got to know many families, such as: the Hamiltons, the Douglases [Douglas of Scotland], the d'Argyles [ARGYLL of Scotland], the Straffords or the Lansdowns. They also renewed the acquaintance with the Gordons [GORDON of Scotland], with whom the Czartoryski family was distantly related. They also got in touch with artists, among them many famous painters. Together with his mother, the young Prince [Adam Jerzy Czartoryski] listened to the proceedings of the British Parliament. He also witnessed the famous trial of the governor of India, Warren - Hastings, accused of numerous abusements of authority, which he committed while performing his duties.

Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 19 March 2022.

Karol WALEWSKI, d. ca 1757, the owner of Ptaszkowice, Lichawa, Grabia, m. Brygida Galecka, the daughter of Ludwika Poniatowska - BRYGIDA was the 2 voto Jan Radolinski. Countess Ludwika Maria Poniatowska (1728 - 1781) / as "Luds", was the sister of King of Poland, Stanislaw August Poniatowski. Ludwika married in 1745 Jan Jakub Zamoyski, by whom she had an only daughter. Ptaszkowice - 15 km north to WIDAWA. Rojkow - 3 km east to Ptaszkowice. Rojkow - 3 km north-west to Grabia. Rojkow - 7 km west-south-west to Marzenin [close to Lask]. Grabia - 7 km south-west-south to Marzenin. Rojkow close to Marzenin [Marzenin - 19 km north-east to WIDAWA; Rojkow - 17 km north to Widawa]. Nowa Wies in the Widawa district, 7 km north to Zloczew.
Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 22 February 2022.

Biezdrowo: Niemojewski and Bninski + Swiedziebnia: Niemojewski and Swiatopelk-Mirski, Findeisen, Nostitz-Jackowski, Kalkstein, Hutten-Czapski, Rodys: In 1720, Aleksander Korzbok-Lacki sold Biezdrowo, Popowo and Zakrzewo to Teofila Podowski, widowed aft. Szembek, 2nd married Dorpowska, 3rd Dambska. Teofilia Dabska Dorpowska Szembek Podowska ca 1723 sold Biezdrowo to Rafal Bninski, died in 1770. Rafal's sons: Lukasz Bninski and Ignacy Bninski. Biezdrowo was divided. Before 1720 Biezdrowo took Aleksander Lacki, who in 1720 sold named Biezdrowo to above Teofilia Podowski, 1st m. Wladyslaw Szembek; 2nd m. Michal Dorpowski, died ca 1733; 3rd m. Jozef Dambski, the Brzesc Kujawski official. In 1743 Jozef Niemojewski senior bought Biezdrowo. Antoni Niemojewski was the son of named Jozef Niemojewski senior + Franciszka Dorpowski. Antoni Niemojewski m. Elzbieta Bojanowska, the daughter of Antoni Bojanowski + Franciszka Mankowski. General Jozef Niemojewski, b. 1769 in Srem, died 1839 in Rokitnica, 3 km north-west to Swiedziebnia; Brigadier General of the Duchy of Warsaw, m. Julia Konkordia Klug. General Jozef Niemojewski was the son of named Antoni Niemojewski b. 1740/1743, d. 1797 + Elzbieta Bojanowska; the grandson of Jozef Niemojewski SENIOR, ca 1700 - 1768/1778 + Franciszka Dorpowska; the great-grandson of Andrzej Ignacy Niemojewski, ca 1640 - 1701, the Bydgoszcz governor. Jozef Niemojewski, senior, b. ca 1700, in 1743 bought from Jozef DAMBSKI, the Brzesc Kujawski officer, 3rd husband of Teofila Podoski, the Biezdrowo estate with Zakrzewo, Pierwoszewo, Popowo, Krzywoleka in the POZNAN county. Before 1774, the Biezdrowo estate belonged to mentioned Antoni Niemojewski b. ca 1740/1743: Biezdrowo, Pierwoszewo, Zakrzewo, Popowo, Kobus, Krzywoleki, Gogolice. In 1774 Antoni Niemojewski sold Biezdrowo to Lukasz Bninski. Lukasz Bninski, the Poznan judge, Colonel, MP in 1781, established Wartoslaw close to Biezdrowo and to Zakrzewo. Wartoslaw = Neubrueck / Nowy Most. In 1792, Lukasz Bninski was the Targowica top member. After 1795 Lukasz had given Biezdrowo to Ignacy Bninski, his brother, the landlord of Sierakowo, the Wschowa official, Lieutenant. After death of named Ignacy Bninski the Biezdrowo estate took his son Florian Bninski, the landlord of Cmachow, Gultow / Gultowy and Biezdrowo, died in 1835. Next owner was Aleksander Bninski, the son of above Florian Bninski. Aleksander Bninski, 1814-1892.

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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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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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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, 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].
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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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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.

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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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.
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Wielichowo-Wielichow-Prochy-Dluzyna-Radomicko-Bucz-Kamieniec-Wilkowo Polskie and the links to Kobiele Wielkie-Bugaj Zakrzewski-Zakrzew close to Dmenin in the Radomsko county; and to Chelmo-Krery-Przedborz; together with [the family net of Broel-Plater, Grabowski, Swiatopelk-Mirski, Nostitz-Jackowski, Rodys of Przasnysz, Findeisen-Pawinski-Zieleniewski] Stara Hancza, Chocen-Osiecz Wielki [+ Zelechow of Wyssogota-Zakrzewski; with Walesa of the Chocen commune] and Swiedziebnia [with Niemojewski, Kalkstein, Murzynowski + Plaskowski, Kruszynski]: Wielichow - 1 km east to Wielichowo. In 1840, Wielichow was situated in the Koscian county, later it was in the area of Smigiel. In 1851 Wielichow passed into German hands, first Juliusz Munke, and in 1854 - Hermann von Holleben. Next owner - Boleslaw Eulogiusz Potocki b. in 1829 in Bedlewo, died in 1898, BEDLEWO, landowner, count, social and economic activist. POTOCKI Boleslaw Eulogiusz, was the son of Maksymilian Jozef Potocki, 1786-1837 + Jozefa Wyszynska. Emil (Emilian) Bednarczyk (1812-1888) was the witness of the death of Adam Mickiewicz in 1855. Emil Bednarczyk studied at the Polytechnic Institute in Warsaw. He fought in the Greater Poland during the Uprising of 1848, and the January Uprising of 1863-1864; in 1866 he fought as a lieutenant. Since 1832 in France, worked close to Paris, he was one of the first members of the Polish Democratic Society. In the years 1833 - 1835, Emilian Bednarczyk was as an emissary in Galicia.
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Note to Chruszczobrod in the Siewierz county; Tczew with Wichulec; Berezyna Ihumenska in Belarus; Roczyny - Andrychow area in southern Poland + the Paszkowskis-Armand-Konstantynowicz branch of Moscow and the Myszkowski-Kiedrzynski-Szwarcenberg Czerny and Ankwicz of Zakrzew close to Kobiele Wielkie of SOBANSKI. My mother's family political and genealogical web net under the Illuminati influence but determined by the Russian intelligence and under a control of Germans of Berlin and Dresden: the Jordan family + Ostrowski of the Przedborz district with Chelmo of the Skorzewskis and the Morsztyn family; Szwarcenberg-Czerny with Paszkowski-Armand-Konstantynowicz; Myszkowski with Jaraczewski; Jaroszynski; Ankwicz of Wadowice; Malachowski.
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My mother's family political and genealogical web net under the Illuminati influence but determined by the Russian intelligence and under a control of Germans of Berlin and Dresden: the Jordan family + Ostrowski of the Przedborz district with Chelmo of the Skorzewskis and the Morsztyn family; Szwarcenberg-Czerny with Paszkowski-Armand-Konstantynowicz; Myszkowski with Jaraczewski; Jaroszynski; Ankwicz of Wadowice; Malachowski. Julia Gostkowska b. ca 1805, m. ca 1823, to Brutus Ostrowski, 1800-1873, the son of Ignacy Blazej Ostrowski, 1770-1838 + Tekla Myszkowska, 1795-1823. Marcin Malachowski - the owner of Borzeciczki, Galaski / Galazki, and Mycielinko / Mycielin, with Debowiec; Marianna Bielicka Malachowska in Sobotka close to BIEGANIN of the Kiedrzynskis. Krzyzanowski in Czarnocin; Chelmo near to Przedborz - the property of the Skorzewskis intermarried Ostrowski-Morsztyn clan. Beczkowice in the Leki Szlacheckie commune of the Malachowskis + Brzezie, 7 km east to PLESZEW of the Molski - Zaleski - Czarniecki line. The Sobotka - Karsy - Droszew area with link to Kaliszkowice Kaliskie and Kaliszkowice Olobockie. Bogdanski of Brzezie close to Pleszew; Bogdanski - Madalinski - Kiedrzynski - Trampczynski Arcichowski - Bardzki - Karwat - Jaruzelski of Kalisz - Zaluskowski - Nostitz-Jackowski of the Kalisz district - Hutten-Czapski of Raszkow and Glogowa close to Bieganin ex-Strzelecki property - Molski genealogical branch. Skora and Gabor in Ochotnik, Krery, Beczkowice and Chelmo, with the link to Kodrab, Dmenin and Bugaj Dmeninski, together with Ankwicz, Zaluskowski, Szwarcenberg-Czerny, Malachowski of Brzezie close to Pleszew, Gostkowski from Andrychow - Wadowice - Kety area, and Koscierzyna + Bialynicze of the Malachowskis + Nowy Sacz and Kamionka Wielka. Chruszczobrod and Trzebieslawice [3 km south to Goluchowice; 5 / 6 km north-west to Chruszczobrod] and Goluchowice in the southern Poland - these villages are only 3 km away - two families met here: the branch of Nostitz-Jackowski, Hutten-Czapski, Molski, Pstrokonski together with Kiedrzynski which intermarried in the 20th century to the Konstantynowicz family of Miezonka, Kazan and Moscow with General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski - Armand - Apolon Konstantynowicz' line. Together with Franciszek Szwarcenberg-Czerny, b. 1692, the Oswiecim governor in 1739, the Wojnicz governor in 1746. Franciszek's daughter was Salomea, by the wife Salomea Nielepiec. Salomea younger m. Stanislaw Ankwicz b. 1720, the Nowy Sacz governor, and she died in 1756. The genealogy of Anna Dembinska Jackowska / Anna Nostitz-Jackowska, b. ca 1760, died in 1819, came from the Andrychow district. Anna Dembinska b. ca 1760, m. 2nd to Wincenty Sedzimir of Szczytniki b. ca 1760, the guardian of Antoni Dembinski. Wincenty was living in 1815 - 1818 in Podolin. Anna Dembinska married to Andrzej Nostitz-Jackowski / Andrzej Jackowski younger, born in 1748, the son of Andrzej Jackowski, older, the 1st, b. ca 1730, the grandson of Jan Jackowski / Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670/1680 + 3rd wife Anna Lukomski. Jan Nostitz-Jackowski married 1st Teresa Zaluskowska [with children among others: Anna Skorzewska and Franciszka Kiedrzynska of Bieganin and Raszkow - my family line], and 2nd to Rozalia Trzebska [with the children in the Chelmza district, 5 km to the Kruszynski clan].
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Aleksander Teodor Malachowski, the Sieradz official, b. ca 1600, d. 1629, m. Marianna Jaktorowska. His son - Jan Malachowski, Bishop, born 1623, d. 1697; after his wife death he was the Lemberg monk in 1655. Jan Malachowski m. Magdalena Szembek d. in 1655, but b. ca 1623, the daughter of Pawel Szembek. Jan Malachowski was the Bishop of Chelm in 1676, Cracow in 1681, d. in 1697. Jan Malachowski had a sons: Pawel Stanislaw Malachowski b. in the Beczkowice parish in 1654. Beczkowice is a village 11 km north to KRERY. In Krery were living: Gabor and Skora families. Krery in the Chelmo parish, and Chelmo was the property of the Skorzewskis intermarried Ostrowski-Morsztyn clan. Beczkowice is situated in the Leki Szlacheckie commune, within the Piotrkow County. B. Acc. to me - Aleksander Malachowski b. ca 1643/1645 + Marianna (Anna / Anastazja) Kosciuszkiewicz / Kosciuszko, d. bef. 1698 in the Kalisz province. They had sons: Marcin Malachowski and Jan Malachowski. Marcin Malachowski b. ca 1680, d. in 1763, was the Czerniechow official in 1742, the Kalisz Crown estate leaseholder in 1746; he bought from Maciej Stepczynski his half of Brzezie - 7 km east to PLESZEW of the Molski - Zaleski line. Marcin Malachowski was the owner of Borzeciczki, Galaski / Galazki, and Mycielinko / Mycielin, with Debowiec; and a part was sold to Franciszek Gajewski. Marianna Bielicka Malachowska d. in 1774 in Sobotka close to BIEGANIN of the Kiedrzynskis. Borzeciczki is a village in the Kozmin Wielkopolski commune, within the Krotoszyn County, 8 kilometres west of Kozmin Wielkopolski, 20 km north of Krotoszyn. Mycielin, 2 km north-west to Borzeciszki; Debowiec, 2/3 km north-east to Borzeciszki; Galazki, 3/4 km south-east to Borzeciszki; 4 km south-west to Bialy Dwor; 9 km south-west to Stara OBRA; 12 km south-west to WALKOW - in Walkow the Walesa family in 1715/1716 came from France - 15 km south-west-west to TRZEBIN. DROSZEW - is a village in the Nowe Skalmierzyce commune, within the Ostrow Wielkopolski County, 9 km west to DOBRZEW, 9 km north-west to Skalmierzyce. Kosciuszkow - 5 km south to Droszew. Jakub Kiedrzynski was three times married: to Brygida Bardzka, 1voto Owidiusz Walknowski, the owner of Bialezyce in the Wrzesnia commune, the daughter of Wojciech BARDZKI + Teresa Kozminska; the 2nd Jakub Kiedrzynski married to Julianna Bogdanska, the daughter of Andrzej BOGDANSKI b. in 1715 in Miedzianow [Miedzianow is 2 km south to Droszew and 7 km south-east to SOBOTKA; a village in the Nowe Skalmierzyce commune], d. in 1791 + Elzbieta Malachowska, d. aft. 1791 [Elzbieta had a sister Franciszka Malachowska], the daughter of Marcin Malachowski d. in 1763 + in 1731 to Marianna Bielicka died in 1774 in Sobotka close to Bieganin. Marianna Bielicka Malachowska was the daughter of Stefan Bielicki, the son of Wojciech Bielicki + Lady Pstrokonski.
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The genealogical branch: Gostkowski of Wadowice - Andrychow - Kety and the Koscierzyna county; Jordan; Ostrowski of the Przedborz district with Chelmo of the Skorzewskis and the Morsztyn family; Szwarcenberg-Czerny with Paszkowski-Armand-Konstantynowicz; Myszkowski with Jaraczewski; Jaroszynski; Ankwicz of Wadowice and Taszycki; with link to Malachowski: Julia Gostkowska b. ca 1805, m. ca 1823, to Brutus Ostrowski, 1800-1873, the son of Ignacy Blazej Ostrowski, 1770-1838 + Tekla Myszkowska, 1795-1823. Ignacy Napoleon Gostkowski b. in Kromolow, 6 km east to Zawiercie, d. in 1881 in Chateaudun, in France, buried in Paris. Ignacy Napoleon was the son of Piotr Gostkowski + Css Kordula Tekla Regina Ankwicz, b. ca 1780, d. in 1838. Ignacy Napoleon Gostkowski was the brother of Julia Magdalena Ostrowska b. ca 1805.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 11 January 2022.

Maciej Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1720 ?, in 1787 was the Piotrkow official, his witnesses [ca 1740] Michal Czarnocki / Michal CZARNIECKI, and Hipolit Czarniecki. Karol Boromeusz Maslowski was the brother to Anna Zofia Maslowska, b. in 1698, the Lubojnia owner [3 km north to Wola Kiedrzynska, 8 km east to KAMYK of the Kiedrzynskis] + Franciszek Bykowski, d. 1754, the son of Marcin BYKOWSKI, the Ostrzeszow official, and named Anna Zofia MASLOWSKA Bykowska m. 2nd in 1755 to Hipolit Czarniecki b. ca 1695, the son of Szymon CZARNIECKI b. ca 1670. Maciej Nostitz-Jackowski was the son of Piotr Nostitz-Jackowski / Piotr Jackowski b. ca 1670, d. 1737 in Witkowice, in the Borowno parish. Piotr Nostitz-Jackowski m. in 1709 in Chorzenice, in the Borowno parish, to Marianna Tomicka b. ca 1680. CHORZENICE - 6 kilometres south-west of Klomnice, 17 km north-east of Czestochowa. BOROWNO - 5 km south to KRUSZYNA. Witkowice - 2 km north-east to Chorzenice. Piotr Nostitz-Jackowski was the brother to Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670 + three times married. 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 1710/1715 + Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska, the daughter of Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670 + Jan's first wife Teresa Zaluskowska. 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. Helena Czapska b. ca 1762, was the sister of Jan Hutten-Czapski b. ca 1765. Radostkow is a village in the Mykanow commune, within the Czestochowa County, 12 kilometres north of Czestochowa; 4 km north-west to Lubojenka of the Madalinskis; 6 km north-west to Koscielec; 6 km west to Madalin; 9 km west to BOROWNO, and 11 km south-west to Kruszyna, 9 km north-east to KAMYK of the Kiedrzynskis in the 17th and the 18th centuries, until 1815; 5 km east to Kuznica Kiedrzynska, 7 km north-east to Wola Kiedrzynska of the Kiedrzynsks. Ludwika Grabianska b. in 1857 in Twardowice, d. Nov. 1939 in Tomice close to Wadowice. Ludwika m. in 1875 in Twardowice, in the Siemonia parish [close to Golasza, north to Bedzin], to Baron Aleksander Gostkowski, b. 1839 in Zagrody, d. in 1893 in Tomice close to Wadowice - witnesses: Romuald Grabianski, the landlord of Wiklow and Jan Grabianski, the Kuznica [Kuznica Sulikowska or Kuznica Maslonska] owner. WIKLOW - 2 kilometres north of Kruszyna of the Lubomirskis, 24 km north-east of Czestochowa. The Bedzin county: Twardowice close to Siemonia, is stuated 13 / 14 km south-west-west to GOLUCHOWICE. Aleksander Gostkowski owned Proszowice north-east to Cracow, Zagrody Proszowskie = Zagrody Krolewskie in Proszowice, Tomice close to Wadowice; was living in Tomice. Aleksander was the son of Baron Romuald Michal Gostkowski, ca 1812 - 1874 + Kornelia Cyprianna Magdalena Wezyk, ca 1815 - 1881. Kornelia Cyprianna Magdalena Wezyk, ca 1820 - 1881, was the daughter of Stanislaw WEZYK + Salomea Rottermund. Stanislaw Wezyk, 1778/1779-1855, probably the first son of Ksawery Franciszek Wezyk, b. ca 1750, m. in 1778, in Mroczen, to Julianna Elzbieta Tomicka, 1754 - ca 1789, the daughter of Jozef Tomicki, the Ostrzeszow official + Joanna Niemojowska. Tomice is a village in the Wadowice County, 3 kilometres north-west of Wadowice, 11 km east to Wieprz, 10 km north-east to Inwald, 12 km east to Nidek, 13 km north-east to Andrychow. Kostancja Kiedrzynska was the sister of Jan Kiedrzynski b. 1670/1680 + Anna MOLSKA of Pleszew. Konstancja married to Andrzej Myszkowski b. 1683, in Chruszczobrod, m. in 1701 in Borowno. Konstancja Kiedrzynska b. ca 1680 in Radostkow in the Borowno parish. Andrzej MYSZKOWSKI was the son of Waclaw (Venceslaus) Myszkowski b. ca 1650, d. in 1698 in Chruszczobrod, the Siewierz official, the owner of Chruszczobrod and Mierzejowice (Mierzowice), closest to the Myszkowskis in Trzebieslawice. Waclaw m. Katarzyna Olszewska. Zofia Olszewska was the sister of Katarzyna Olszewski. In 1745 - Katarzyna was widowed after Waclaw Myszkowski. Andrzej Myszkowski was the grandson of senior Waclaw Myszkowski b. ca 1600, d. 1663/1666 of Mirow. Owned Myslow, 11 km north to Siewierz; and of Chruszczobrod. Owned Osiek, 5 km south-east to Kozieglowy. Married Zofia Podczaszanka. Above Waclaw Myszkowski b. ca 1600, had a son Jan Myszkowski b. ca 1630, died aft. 1676, the owner of Chruszczobrod, Sikorki and Trzebieslawice - 3 km south-west to GOLUCHOWICE; and named Sikorka was 3 km south-west to Chruszczobrod.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 01 January 2022.

DOROTA PSARSKA - MADALINSKA born ca 1740 / 1750, died in 1784 [Dorota was 1st married (1768 / 1769 ?) to Wawrzyniec Grabinski / Wawrzyniec Bartlomiej Grabinski who d. before 1769, his father Stefan Grabinski d. 1742, the mother Konstancja Lubiatowska d. 1763; his step-father Szymon Czarniecki d. 1744 m. Konstancja Lubiatowska; Dorota Kiedrzynska m. 2nd to Tomasz Psarski born ca 1740 / 1750, died ca 1807; Tomasz was the owner of Wola Dzierlinska bought in 1786. Above Tomasz Psarski, born ca 1740 - died after 1770 / 1819 + Dorota Kiedrzynska, 1740-1784, had a son Antoni Psarski born in 1770. Dorota m. 3rd to Kajetan Madalinski, 1740-1784, with the son Jozef MADALINSKI, b. 1774, died after 1809, Captain in 1809]. Dorota's brother was Izydor Kiedrzynski who was b. 1749 and m. to Helena Hutten-Czapska who was born in 1762 and she died in Wola Wiazowa in 1828 [the family of the author]. Andrzej Zaleski m. in 1660 to Krystyna Czarniecka b. bef. 1650, d. aft. 1704, the daughter of Marcin Czarniecki. Krystyna m. bef. 1688 to Adam Molski died in 1695, with: Helena, and Konstancja, and acc. to me Anna Molska younger b. 1687. Above Marcin Ludwik Czarniecki was born ca 1600/1610, d. in 1652, to mentioned Krzysztof Czarniecki b. 1564 and Krystyna Rzeszowski b. 1570 / 1579 - d. 1622. Marcin Czarniecki had the brother Stefan Czarniecki b. ca 1599, the commander-in-chief of the Polish Army. Marcin married Zofia Bogdanski b. ca 1610. Marcin had also a daughter Aleksandra Kokoszka-Michalowski born Czarniecki. Jan Czarniecki younger, b. ca 1630, had a brother Franciszek Czarniecki - inf. in Koscian in 1666, with Lukasz Niemojewski. Above Cyriak Czarniecki b. ca 1570; Katarzyna Psarska (1583-1659). Stefan Stanislaw Czarniecki, ca 1630-1703, was the son of named above Marcin Czarniecki b. ca 1600/1610 + Zofia Bogdanska. Named Marcin Ludwik Czarniecki was born ca 1600/1610, d. in 1652, to Krzysztof Czarniecki b. 1564 and Krystyna Rzeszowski b. 1570 / 1579 - d. 1622. Marcin had the brother Stefan Czarniecki b. ca 1599. Marcin married Zofia Bogdanski b. ca 1610. Karol Boromeusz Maslowski had a sister Katarzyna Barbara MASLOWSKA + in 1720 to Jan Myszkowski, 1665-1730, the son of Mikolaj MYSZKOWSKI + Jadwiga LECKA. And Katarzyna Barbara Maslowska Myszkowska m. 2nd to Antoni Szeliski. And Karol Boromeusz Maslowski had a sister Anna Zofia Maslowska, b. in 1698, the Lubojnia owner [3 km north to Wola Kiedrzynska, 8 km east to KAMYK of the Kiedrzynskis] + Franciszek Bykowski, d. 1754, the son of Marcin BYKOWSKI, the Ostrzeszow official, and named Anna Zofia MASLOWSKA Bykowska m. 2nd in 1755 to Hipolit Czarniecki b. ca 1695, the son of Szymon CZARNIECKI b. ca 1670. Above Szymon Czarniecki, ca 1670-1744 [the Czarnieckis in Rzasawa 8 km south to Belchatow; and Redziny - 9 km north-east to Czestochowa; together with Maslowski, Nostitz-Jackowski], was the son of Jan Czarniecki b. ca 1630 + Krystyna Grochowiecka of DORUCHOW [6 km south-west to Bobrowniki by Prosna of the Madalinskis and 11 km east to Ostrzeszow]. Krystyna Czarniecka Grochowiecka born ca 1630. Jan Czarniecki was the son of Piotr Czarniecki, ca 1610-1666 + Marianna Przerembska; the grandson of Cyriak Czarniecki b. ca 1570 + Katarzyna Psarska. Cyriak Czarniecki was the son of Jan Czarniecki, older, 1540 - 1587. Above Jan Czarniecki, 1540 - 1587, was the son of Feliks Czarniecki and Elzbieta. Jan had the brother Hieronim Czarniecki. Jan married Katarzyna in 1560, and they had the sons: CYRIAK and Krzysztof Czarniecki b. 1564. Jan Czarniecki, 1540 - 1587.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 30 December 2021.

Koscierzyna and Andrychow - with Gostkowski, Donald Tusk, Wybicki, Szwarcenberg-Czerny, Ankwicz, Bobrowski, Poninski, Dembinski, Mecinski of Jedlno and Szoldrski. Andrychow and Wilkowo Polskie. Czartoryski-Gordon-Poniatowski with Kosciuszko and Maleszewski; Zbigniew Brzezinski, Piotr Naimski, and Lech Kaczynski - Olszowski, Jasiewicz, Hutten-Czapski. Wola Wiazowa of the Walewskis and the Pradzynskis. Charlupia Mala, Charlupia Wielka - Walewski, Pstrokonski, Madalinski-Kiedrzynski line in Staw Kaliski, with Chudzik in Charlupia Mala and Dzierzno; Chrzanowski, Milewski, Szaniawski, Sokolowski and Madalinski-Kiedrzynski - Nostitz-Jackowski close to Poddebice in Kraszyn and Baldrzychow. Andrzej Duda, Ryszard Kaczorowski, Karol Wojtyla, Lech Kaczynski, Jerzy Popieluszko vs General Miroslaw Milewski, General Czeslaw Kiszczak of Roczyny, President Lech Walesa and General Wojciech Jaruzelski. Teresa Rottman, b. 1812 - died in 1888 in Andrychow [the core of Karol Wojtyla's ancestors; General Czeslaw Kiszczak family; the mother's line of General Miroslaw Milewski], m. in 1832, in Lwow to Count Roman Bobrowski, 1803-1836, the son of Konstanty BOBROWSKI + Barbara Siemonska.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 25 December 2021.

Bobrowski, Poninski, Dembinski, Mecinski of Jedlno and Szoldrski - Andrychow and Wilkowo Polskie. Swiedziebnia with Nostitz-Jackowski - Inwald and Roczyny close to Andrychow - Wilkowo Polskie close to Dluzyna and to Koscian - Baldrzychow close to Poddebice - the village of Leszno close to Przasnysz and to Krasne; and Jedlno close to Radomsko owned by Stadnicki-Mecinski-Walewski family branch; together with Hutten-Czapski intermarried Kiedrzynski, Jaruzelski and the Karwat-Bardzki line of Wichulec near to Wabrzezno: The Bobrowskis owned Andrychow, Zagornik, Sulkowice, Targanice and Inwald. In the 18th century in Roczyny settled Romani / Gypsies of Romania and from Slovakia. They lived in Rzyki, 7 kilometres south-east of Andrychow, 12 km south-west of Wadowice. Teresa Rottman, 1812-1888 in Andrychow, m. in 1832, in Lwow to Count Roman Bobrowski, 1803-1836, the son of Konstanty BOBROWSKI + Barbara Siemonska. Teresa had a son Karol Konstanty Bobrowski, 1833-1886, m. 2nd to Dss Felicja Helena Poninska, 1846-1903, with a son Count Stefan Stanislaw Feliks Bobrowski, 1873-1932 + Roza Mecinska, 1880-1952, the great-granddaughter of Jan Nepomucen Mecinski, 1776-1858, who was the grandson of Wojciech Mecinski, 1698-1771 + Anna Glogowska; and the great-grandson of Michal Mikolaj Mecinski. Above Roman Bobrowski had a brother Count Karol Wincenty Franciszek Bobrowski who was living in INWALD and Leki Dolne. Karol Wincenty b. 1799, d. in 1876, the son of Count Konstanty Erazm Albert Bobrowski + Barbara. Karol Wincenty Bobrowski was the father of Adela Romer born in Inwald; Felicja Ursyn Bobrowski; Barbara Zborowska. Leki Dolne is a village in the Pilzno commune, within the Debica County, 4 kilometres west of Pilzno, 16 km south-west of Debica, and 56 km west of Rzeszow, 37 km west-south-west to Sedziszow Malopolski. Adela Romer Bobrowska had a sister Css Maria von Romer (nee Bobrowska), 1830 in Leki Dolne - 1899 in Viezdzietka / Biezdziatka, the daughters of Karol Wincenty Franciszek Bobrowski. Maria was the wife of Count Stanislaw Romer, 1819 in Zolkow in the Jaslo district - 1902 in Biezdziatka. This is old communist network of Generals Kiszczak, Milewski and Jaruzelski of the second half of the 20th century. My research [of 1987 until 13 December 2021] concerns many state intelligence networks created in the first half of the 18th century. Initially it was a global political network of the Russian intelligence infiltrated by the British [1791], French [from the 40s of the 18th century] and Germans [1769/1776], and by the Polish independence conspiracy [was established 1792/1799] starting from a years 1870/1878. The genealogy of Anna Dembinska Jackowska / Anna Nostitz-Jackowska, b. ca 1760, died in 1819 - and the Andrychow district, with the links to Cardinal Karol Wojtyla {and the Michalow-Klemensow estate of the Zamoyskis}, General Miroslaw Milewski {and the fate of Priest Jerzy Popieluszko in the Suchowola commune} and General Czeslaw Kiszczak in Roczyny {closest friend of General Wojciech Jaruzelski - the links to Kalisz and Hutten-Czapski intermarried to Jaruzelski, Karwat in Tczew-Wabrzezno-Wichulec area; and the Karwat-Bardzki-Kiedrzynski branch came from Raszkow and Bieganin, together with Nostitz-Jackowski - Zaluskowski in the Chelmza district}: Antoni Dembinski (1705 - 1781, Gniewiecin, 25 km north to Miechow), the son of Jan Jozef Dembinski b. ca 1670. Antoni Dembinski was the owner of Roczyny [Czeslaw Kiszczak family here: Czeslaw Kiszczak was born in 1925, in Roczyny, the son of a struggling farmer who was fired as a steelworker because of his communist affiliation / Soviet net], Twierdza [4 / 5 km north-east to Wieprz; 8 km north-east to Andrychow; 8 km north-west to Wadowice], and Wieprz [Twierdza-Wieprz village, 5 km north to Andrychow; 6 km north-east to Bulowice; 5 km north-west to INWALD] close to Andrychow. Antoni Dembinski married to Anna Petkowska; and 2nd to Zofia Strus b. ca 1725, the daughter of Marcin Strus b. ca 1680 + ca 1700 to unknown b. ca 1680, the daughter of the official of Gostynin, b. ca 1650; with daughters: Anna Dembinska [m. Nostitz-Jackowska] b. 1760; Teresa Dembinska Piatkowski; Elzbieta Dembinska Faruchowicz. Above Jan Jozef Dembinski b. ca 1670, was the brother to Antoni Dembinski older [1665 - aft. 1728], the owner of Szczytniki [Szczytniki is a village in the Kalisz County, 20 kilometres south-east of Kalisz; 5 km south-west to Staw Kaliski.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 17 December 2021.

Michal Fryderyk Czartoryski was pro-russian politician and extreme supporter of Catherine the Great of Russia! Michal Fryderyk Czartoryski was the enemy of Prussian Fryderyk II. Mentioned Michal Czartoryski had the brother Aleksander August Czartoryski, who was the governor of Podole in 1750-1758, General in 1738 and in 1729; the Koscierzyna official! Aleksander August married to Maria Zofia Sieniawska, with the son Adam Kazimierz Czartoryski. Coronation of Catherine the Great, Empress of All Russia was in 1762, born as Sophie Friederike Auguste princess of Anhalt-Zerbst, by marriage Ekaterina Alexseivna Romanov / Catherine II / Yekaterina II Velikaya / Catherine the Great. Named Sophie Auguste Friederike changed into Catharina the Great of All the Russias, b. 1729 in Stettin / Szczecin. Died in 1796 in Saint Petersburg. Catherine was the daughter of Christian August of Anhalt - Zerbst and Johanna Elisabeth of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp. Catherine was the wife of Emperor of All the Russia, Piotr III Fyodorovich Romanov. Catherine the Great died in 1796, co-operated with Frederick the Great, died in 1786. Fryderyk Wilhelm II / Friedrich Wilhelm II von Hohenzollern, born in 1744 in Berlin, died in 1797 in Potsdam, the King of Prussia and Elector of Brandenburg from 1786 as the successor of Frederick II the Great. Frederick the Great, died in 1786. Frederick II the Great was King in Prussia from 1740 until 1772, and King of Prussia from 1772 until his death in 1786. Frederick the Great, died in 1786, was the son of Frederick William I of Prussia + Sophia Dorothea of Hanover, b. 1687 [the sister of George II / George Augustus, b. 1683, d. 1760, King of Great Britain and Ireland, Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg (Hanover) and a prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire in 1727 - 1760] who was the daughter of George I, King of Great Britain, b. 1660, and the granddaughter of Ernest Augustus, Elector of Hanover born 1629.
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Stanislaw I Leszczynski, 1677 - 1766, the King of Poland, Grand Duke of Lithuania, Duke of Lorraine and a count of the Holy Roman Empire, the French adherent. Stanislaw Leszczynski died in Luneville, France. The King was the son of Rafal Andrzej Leszczynski and Dss Anna Katarzyna Jablonowska. Rafal Andrzej Leszczynski b. 1650 in Warsaw, was the son of Boguslaw Leszczynski and Anna DENHOFF / Anna von Donhoff. Boguslaw was the son of Rafal II Leszczynski and Anna Radzyminska. Rafal II Leszczynski b. 1579, d. in 1636 in Wlodawa, was the son of Andrzej Leszczynski m. Anna Firlej. Andrzej Leszczynski b. in 1559 in Bydgoszcz, d. in 1606, was the son of mentioned Rafal Leszczynski, the SREM governor, b. ca 1526. Rafal Leszczynski b. 1526, was the son of Jan Leszczynski died in 1535 + Maria de Marcellanges. We back to Antoni Dunin-Brzezinski / Antoni Brzezinski, 1780/1790 - 1848 and his wife Karolina Leszczynska, 1782 - 1874. Antoni's son - Aleksander Brzezinski, b. ca 1821. Aleksander was the husband of Julia Emilia Magdalena OLSZOWSKI, b. 1827, the daughter of Szymon Jakub Olszowski, b. 1798 in Niewiadow close to Tomaszow Mazowiecki; the granddaughter of Maksymilian Olszowski, b. 1763 in Wolka Krzykowska close to Tomaszow Mazowiecki; the great-granddaughter of Jan Nepomucen Olszowski born in BARANOWO close to Wieruszow in 1733. Mentioned Boguslaw Leszczynski, count of Leszno (1612/1614-1659) m. Denhoff, m. 2nd Joanna Catherine Radziwill, 1637 - 1665, the daughter of Aleksander Ludwik Radziwill + Tekla. Joanna Katarzyna m. 1st Jakob WEIHER. Joanna Katarzyna Weiher Leszczynska was the half-sister of Ludwik Radziwill; Eleonora Radziwill; Dominik Mikolaj Radziwill, 1643 - 1697, and princess Cecylia Maria Sieniawska. Dominik Mikolaj Radziwill had the daughter Adelaida Cecylia Teresa Radziwill, ca 1680 - 1725. Adelajda was the sister to Mikolaj Faustyn Radziwill and to Lucretia Catharina von Donhoff (nee Radziwill, m. DENHOFF) / Lukrecja Katarzyna Donhoff Grudzinska, ca 1660 - 1716, m. 1st Mikolaj Wiktoryn Grudzinski, the 2nd m. General Friedrich Donhoff. Stanislaw Radziwill, 1722 - 1787, who owned Miezonka in the 18th century, was the son of Mikolaj Faustyn Radziwill. The grandson of Dominik Mikolaj Radziwill, b. 1643. Michal Antoni Radziwill was brother of Lukrecja Katarzyna Donhoff; Adelajda Cecylia Teresa Dambska [in Golaszewo]; Jan Mikolaj Radziwill, and Mikolaj Faustyn Radziwll who was the father of Stanislaw Radziwill, 1722 - 1787. 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, and Stanislaw had daughter Franciszka Teofila Soltan, b. circa 1751, and her children were: A. Adam Leon Ludwik Soltan; B. Karolina Soltan Piottuch-Kublicka, b. ca 1785 + Jozef Piottuch-Kublicki, b. ca 1780 {with Karolina's children: 1. Walentyna Soltan (Walentyna Piottuch-Kublicka b. ca 1805 + 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); 2. Anna Benislawska (Anna Piottuch-Kublicka + Jozef Benislawski); 3. Stanislaw Piottuch-Kublicki; 4. Oktawia Piottuch-Kublicka + Jozef Szumski + DOMINIK KONSTANTYNOWICZ of MIEZONKA (owned in 1842); 5. Emilia Piottuch-Kublicka + Wincenty Smokowski, 1797 - 1876, and Wincenty was a son of Konstancja Mickiewicz Smokowska; 6. Adolf Piottuch-Kublicki + Ida Oginska b. ca 1820}; C. Helena Soltan; D. Anna Wankowicz / Anna Soltan, b. ca 1785 / 1788 + Antoni Wankowicz b. ca 1758 / 1760 / 1780. Anna Soltan, b. ca 1780 / 1785 / 1788 / 1790 + Antoni Wankowicz b. ca 1758 / 1760 or in 1780 - died in 1812, the son of Tadeusz Wankowicz junior / Tadeusz-Casimir Tadeushevich Vankovich / Tadeusz Kazimierz Wankowicz, the grandson of senior Tadeusz Wankowicz born ca 1675, the owner of SWOLNA in 1725. Tadeusz Kazimierz Wankowicz m. in 1755 to Anna Swietorzecka, ca 1735-1812, the daughter of Antoni Swietorzecki; with children: Antoni Wankowicz b. ca 1758/1760; Waleria Wankowicz, m. Konstanty Tyzenhauz, Wanda Wankowicz + Benedykt Tyszkiewicz-Lohojski, Klementyna Wankowicz + Mostowski. Tadeusz junior / Tadeusz Kazimierz Wankowicz was the leaseholder of LUCZAJ, from Tadeusz Oginski the owner of Luczaj. Tadeusz Wankowicz m. Anna Wankowicz nee Swietorzecka; then Andrzej Oginski and Franciszek Ksawery Oginski sold Luczaj to the Wankowiczs. Tadeusz Kazimierz Wankowicz junior was owner of Luczaj in 1786, the son of Tadeusz Wankowicz senior b. ca 1675, the owner of SWOLNA. Tadeusz Kazimierz was the grandson of Jan Wankowicz b. ca 1646 + Zofia Chrapowicki of SWOLNA. Jan had brothers: Wladyslaw b. ca 1648, Teodor Wankowicz b. ca 1650, Stanislaw Wankowicz b. ca 1652 + Joanna KORSAK.
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Jan Nepomucen Olszowski died in 1784, m. Marianna Psarska, ca 1740 - 1764, the daughter of Franciszek Ksawery Psarski. They had a son Maksymilian Olszowski, b. ca 1760 / 1763, d. 1814 in Wolka Krzykowska, 6 km north to Chorzecin; in the Chorzecin parish, 11 km west to Tomaszow Mazowiecki + Magdalena Gorecka b. ca 1760. Maksymilian Olszowski, 1763 - 1814, had children: 1. Tomasz Ksawery Olszowski, b. in 1792 + Salomea Bartoszewska; 2. Szymon Jakub OLSZOWSKI, 1798-1882 + Agnieszka Gurbska, b. ca 1810, d. in 1860. Agnieszka born in Rozworzyn, the Brzeziny County, close to Lodz, died in Niewiadow, in the Tomaszow Mazowiecki County. Szymon Olszowski had a daughter Julia Emilia Magdalena Olszowska born 1827, Dunin-Brzezinska / Brzezinska, born in Tomaszow Mazowiecki + Aleksander Dunin - Brzezinski born ca 1821, the son of Antoni Dunin-Brzezinski, 1780-1848 and Karolina Leszczynska, 1782-1874. Julia Emilia Olszowska Brzezinska had a daughter Janina Jadwiga Franciszka Jasiewicz, 1870 - 1956 in Wimbledon, in London, with the son Aleksander Jakub Jasiewicz, 1890 - 1951, and Aleksander + Stefania had 5 children: Jadwiga Kaczynska; and Irena. Jadwiga Kaczynska Jasiewicz, 1926 in Starachowice - 2013 in Warszawa, m. Rajmund Kaczynski {b. 1921 in Grajewo, the son of Aleksander Kaczynski, 1892 - 1956 + Swiatkowska; the grandson of Gutowska + Piotr Kaczynski b. in 1857 in Skarzyn Nowy in the ZAMBROW commune; the great-grandson of Stanislaw Kaczynski, b. 1816 in Skarzyn Nowy in the Rosochate parish + Wiktoria Skarzynska, b. in 1819; the great-great-grandson of Mikolaj Kaczynski b. 1767, d. 1852 + Malgorzata. Nowy Skarzyn is a village in the Zambrow commune}; with the son - Lech Kaczynski, President of Poland, killed 10 April 2010 in Smolensk. Jadwiga was the sister of Irena Miedza-Tomaszewska; the half sister of Jan Fyuth. Szymon Jakub Olszowski was born in 1798, d. in 1882 in Niewiadow, in the Tomaszow Mazowiecki County. Charlupia Mala - 6 km north-west to Sieradz. Julia Emilia Olszowska Brzezinska had also a son Antoni Brzezinski b. ca 1855 + Maria Kobylecka. Antoni's daughter was Zofia Brzezinska b. in 1882 in Dzierlin in the Charlupia Mala parish. Junior, Wladyslaw Czapski b. in 1882 in Rajsko, engineering, living in Kalisz, m. in 1911 in Dzierlin, in the Charlupia Mala parish to Zofia Brzezinska b. in 1882 in Dzierlin. Above Wladyslaw junior was the brother of Kazimierz Czapski b. 1875 in Rajsko close to Kalisz {the next of kin to the family of General Wojciech JARUZELSKI}. They were the sons of Wladyslaw Hutten-Czapski b. 1835/1842, m. Zofia Chyczewska, ca 1845 - died aft. 1911 or Chiczewska, Chyczowska; second married to KARWAT. Wojciech Walewski b. 1710, was the owner of Charlupia Mala since 1765 {Charlupia Wielka belonged to the WALEWSKIS since 1680; the center of insurgents in Jan. 1863, under command of Jozef Oxinski; then to Kosman and KOBIERZYCKI; 9 km west to SIERADZ}, and he convey the Charlupia Wielka estate to Andrzej Walewski. Andrzej Walewski married Antonina Czartkowska, 1745-1830 in Charlupia Mala. Galewice B [after Antoni Myszkowski] bought above mentioned Wladyslaw Czapski, 1842 - 1911 in Galewice, ie. Wladyslaw Wincenty Czapski b. 1835 [bpt. in WIELUN], the son of Ignacy Hutten Czapski and Justyna Wegrzycka / Wegrzecka, but bpt. of Wladyslaw Hutten Czapski was in 1844 in Wielun, with the godparents: Andrzej Piotrowicz and Konstancja Czapska. Wladyslaw Hutten-Czapski m. 1st Zofia Chyczewska, ca 1845 - died aft. 1911 or Chiczewska, Chyczowska. They had children: 1. Kazimierz Czapski b. 1875 in Rajsko close to Kalisz [7 kilometres east of Opatowek, 17 km east of Kalisz, 4 km west to OSZCZEKLIN - see Kiedrzynski and Arnold - Wolowski history; 13 km west to CHLEWO], died in 1952, buried in Cieszecin, solicitor in Kalisz; studied in Petersburg and Lipsk and Kalisz under jurist Wincenty Jaruzelski b. in 1844 in Warszawa, d. in 1918, Kalisz. In 1904, solicitor and Bank director in Kalisz. The owner of Galewice B in 1895 - 1939, in 1911 he was living in Galewice; married Helena Jaruzelska (1886 - 1962, buried in Cieszecin), the daughter of Wincenty Jaruzelski (1844 - 1918 in Kalisz), jurist, and Teresa Puchalska, the daughter of Jozef PUCHALSKI + Maria Czerwinska. Kazimierz had children: A. Aleksander (Andrzej Hutten Czapski) Czapski b. ca 1910 in UK, ie. Andrzej Czapski b. in 1913, d. in 1993 in Buenos Aires + in 1946 to Css Izabela Gabriela Rzewuska b. 1921 in Warszawa, the daughter of Adam Karol Rzewuski b. in 1896 in Milano, d. in 1966 in Buenos Aires + Irena Sudymontowicz - Czeczel b. in 1893 in Odessa. B. Teresa Czapska (1916 - 1993), m. bef. 1939 in Galewice to Jerzy Bilinski b. 1911. 2. junior, Wladyslaw Czapski b. in 1882 in Rajsko, engineering, living in Kalisz, m. in 1911 in Dzierlin, in the Charlupia Mala parish to Zofia Brzezinska b. in 1882 in Dzierlin, the daughter of Antoni Brzezinski b. ca 1855 + Maria Kobylecka. 3. Tadeusz Czapski (1874 in Rajsko - 1942 in Hartheim), the priest in 1899, in Goliszew (1935 - 1941). 4. Stefan Czapski (1877 - 1955), buried in Poznan, living in 1910 in Galewice, m. Wanda Lunska b. in 1879. They had a daughter Halina Marta Czapska b. in 1909 in Petersburg. 5. Ignacy Czapski (1879 - 1956), buried in Poznan, m. Zofia Rojewska (1889 - 1972), and she came from Cieszecin together with Leonard Rojewski b. 1882. Ignacy had a daughter Irena Czapska (1923 - 2005). We back to above Klemens Chudzik met in Wojkow Miss Jadwiga Grzegorek of Mielcuchy, born in 1878/1883, d. 1951 [the daughter of Ignacy + Marianna Raszewski]. In Kraszewice in 1905 they married. The sister of Klemens - Kamilia Chudzik married in 1910 Kazimierz Jozef Kurczewski, 1868-1923. Kamila Chudzik b. in Jozefow, the Gruszczyce parish in 1883. Kazimierz Jozef Kurczewski b. in 1868 in the Rozprza parish. He was the son of Jan Kurczewski and Salomea Bartlinski. He was living in Sieradz. Marriage in Charlupia Mala in 1910. The Kurczewskis were living in Tworkowizna close to Gasowka. Above Joseph Kurczewski was born in 1868, to Johann Kurczewski and Magdalena Leske. Jozef Kurczewski, 1868 - 1940, married the 2nd Jozefina Janicki in 1935, b. in 1876. Joseph Kurczewski lived in West Prussia, b. in 1868. Tomasz Chudzik was living in GESOWKA close to Charlupia Wielka in 1896, born in 1839/1844. The Chudziks moved home to Gesowka ca 1863/1868. Charlupia Wielka is a village in the Wroblew commune, within the Sieradz County, 6 kilometres south of Wroblew, 9 km south-west of Sieradz. Tomasz Chudzik b. 1839/1844, was the son of Feliks Chudzik. Tomasz Chudzik b. in Dzierzazna in the Warta commune in the Sieradz county. Feliks Chudzik b. in 1802, m. Katarzyna Cieslak. Named Feliks had the son Tomasz Chudzik b. 1839/1844, in Dzierzazna in the Warta commune in the Sieradz county. In 1863 above Tomasz Chudzik m. Franciszka Bakowska born in Kozlatkowo in the Liskow parish, lived in Kwaskowo, and here was the wedding in November 1863. They moved home to Cienia Wielka. In Cienia Wielka, Marcin Chudzik [older] was born in 1864 and died here in 1864. Tomasz was married second time. The Chudziks probably came from the BARANOWO parish. Jozef Chudzik b. in 1756 + Jadwiga Krawczyk, came from the Baranowo parish. Here - Kazimierz Abramczyk, b. 1783 in Rupin, was the son of Mateusz + Agnieszka Chudzik. Jan Beszteler, b. 1781 in Rosiecka, the Krasnosielc commune, m. in 1812 to Maryanna Abramczyk, b. 1789 in Rupin, the daughter of above Mateusz + Agnieszka Chudzik. Rupin, 17 km north to Krasnosielc, the Baranowo commune in the Ostroleka county. Rupin - 6 kilometres west of Baranowo, 26 km north-west of Ostroleka.
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Wola Wiazowa in the Rusiec commune, ex-parish of Restarzew: Franciszek Ksawery Walewski, 1739 - 1796, the Wola Wiazowa landlord, and of Lesniaki, Broszecin, the Ostrzeszow official + Kunegunda Maslowska d. 1763, + 2nd in 1764 to Teresa Niemojewska d. in 1779 in Slupia close to Kepno, the 3rd in 1784 in Kobyla Gora, to Konstancja Psarska, the daughter of Jakub Fryderyk Psarski. Franciszek Ksawery Walewski had children: a) Feliks Jozef Antoni Walewski b. ca 1787, persecuted in 1830/1833; the owner of Dabrowa Rusiecka in 1820, the part in Olszyna + in 1819 to Magdalena Kielczewska, b. ca 1783 in Kozminek, d. in 1849 in Sieradz, the daughter of Jozef KIELCZEWSKI of KOWAL + Salomea Walewski b. ca 1762, 1-voto Jozef Walewski of Charlupia [or 1st to MICHAL Walewski, the son of Franciszek Ksawery Walewski, 1739 - 1796, the Wola Wiazowa landlord, the Ostrzeszow official + Kunegunda Maslowska d. 1763, + 2nd in 1764 to Teresa Niemojewska d. in 1779 in Slupia close to Kepno, the 3rd in 1784 in Kobyla Gora, to Konstancja Psarska, the daughter of Jakub Fryderyk Psarski. Salomea, 1754 / ca 1762 or in August 1775 - 1814, m. 1775 to Jozef Kielczewski, 1750-1812, the owner of Kozminek. Jozef Kielczewski was the son of Jan Kielczewski, the Kowal official, b. ca 1700 + Balbina Turska. And the grandson of Jan Kielczewski / Jan Kazimierz Zygmunt Kielczewski, the Kalisz official, ca 1670-1757 + Zofia Letkowska], b. ca 1720. He was living in 1740-1747 in Sieradz. b) Jozef Wladyslaw Michal Walewski b. in 1773 in Slupia; c) Jadwiga Walewska b. 1767; d) Balbina; e) Salomea Walewska b. ca 1762 + Michal Walewski, f) Stanislaw Franciszek Walewski b. 1779 in Slupia, d. in 1830 in Wola Wiazowa + Zuzanna Brodzka; they had children: A. Ksawery Franciszek Konstanty Walewski b. ca 1816, the owner of part in Wola Wiazowa, B. Aleksander Walewski b. ca 1810; C. Florentyna; D. Salomea Walewska b. ca 1817 + Antoni Franciszek Rozdrazewski; E. Marcela b. ca 1821 + in 1841 in Wola Wiazowa, to Ludwik Jozef Stefan Walewski; F. Romuald Blazej Wincenty d. in 1847 in Wola Wiazowa. Antoni Walewski came from Kazimierz WALEWSKI, 1680-1735, who had a son Wojciech Walewski, 1710-1776, a judge in 1746, next in 1767 a judge in Sieradz, married Barbara Trzcinska, with a daughter Balbina Teresa, and with sons: Jan Walewski and Andrzej Walewski born 1742. Wojciech Walewski b. ca 1710, was the owner of Charlupia Mala since 1765 [Charlupia Wielka belonged to the WALEWSKIS since 1680; the center of insurgents in Jan. 1863, under command of Jozef Oxinski; then to Kosman and KOBIERZYCKI; 9 km west to SIERADZ], and he convey the estate to Andrzej Walewski b. 1742. Andrzej Walewski married Antonina Czartkowska, 1745-1830 in Charlupia Mala. Anna Magdalena Madalinska m. to Jozef Julian Kazimierz Walewski, the son of Andrzej Walewski b. in 1742, d. in 1814, the owner of Charlupia Mala {6 km north-west to Sieradz}, and the part of Dzierlin {1 km north to Charlupia Mala} and Goluchy, Labedzie, Nieradza + Antonina Czartkowska b. ca 1765, died in 1830.
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CHARLUPIA MALA and CHARLUPIA WIELKA - Walewski, Pstrokonski, Madalinski-Kiedrzynski line + Jaruzelski, Chudzik, Hutten-Czapski: Franciszka Chudzik had a son MARCIN CHUDZIK in 1896, but the husband is unknown. Bpt in Charlupia Wielka. Witnesses in 1896 in Charlupia Wielka: Julianna Kaszewicz, Pawel Filipowicz of Gesowka, Jozef Badowski, Stanislaw Adamski. Wojciech Walewski b. ca 1710, was the owner of Charlupia Mala since 1765 [Charlupia Wielka belonged to the WALEWSKIS since 1680; the center of insurgents in Jan. 1863, under command of Jozef Oxinski; then to Kosman and KOBIERZYCKI; 9 km west to SIERADZ], and he convey the estate to Andrzej Walewski b. 1742. Wola Dzierlinska is situated 4 km north-west to SIERADZ; 8 km north-east to Charlupia Wielka; 2 km south to Charlupia MALA. Wola Dzierlinska belonged to MIKOLAJ Psarski (ca 1690 - died ca 1769), the son of Aleksander Psarski b. ca 1650, and Marianna Zaborska. Kajetan MADALINSKI, 1740 - d. ca 1784, the landlord of Raczkow and Upuszczow, m. before 1773 to Dorota Kiedrzynska (1740-1784), the daughter of Andrzej Kiedrzynski + Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska, and Dorota was 1 voto Wawrzyniec Grabinski (b. ca 1730), the son of Stefan Grabinski, the 2 voto she was to Tomasz Psarski, (1740-1770 ?), the owner of Wola Dzierlinska; with children: 1. Jakub Madalinski, 1775 - 1833, m. Honorata Psarska, 1770-1831, with a daughter Pulcheria Anna Magdalena Madalinska, b. ca 1797, m. to Jozef Julian Kazimierz Kolumna-Walewski b. 1787/1788. Above Anna Magdalena Madalinska m. to Jozef Julian Kazimierz Walewski, the son of Andrzej Walewski b. in 1742, d. in 1814, the owner of Charlupia Mala {6 km north-west to Sieradz}, and the part of Dzierlin {1 km north to Charlupia Mala} and Goluchy, Labedzie, Nieradza + Antonina Czartkowska b. ca 1765, died in 1830. 2. Jozef Wawrzyniec Kajetan Madalinski b. 1774, Captain, the owner of Kraszyn, and Chodaki, m. Julianna Bogdanska, 1 voto Jakub Kiedrzynski, d. 1809, with the daughter Kunegunda Madalinska b. before 1809 in Orpiszewek, m. in 1835 in Restarzew, to Grzegorz Chrzanowski b. ca 1784 {his second wife}, the son of Zofia Tymienicki Chrzanowska.
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Poddebice - Kraszyn - Baldrzychow - Pudlow together with Sokolowski, Szaniawski, Kiedrzynski - Madalinski - Nostitz-Jackowski, Milewski and Chrzanowski of Rozan-Przasnysz area and the Poddebice county: Julianna Bogdanska-Kiedrzynska-Madalinska had a daughter Kunegunda Madalinska {or Elzbieta Madalinska b. ca 1800 / Eliza, 1800-1829 ?}, b. ca 1809 in Orpiszewek [9 km west to PLESZEW] who married in 1835 in Restarzew [11 km south-east to WIDAWA], to Grzegorz Chrzanowski b. ca 1784 [or 1790 / 1793; acc. to me born in 1792 - the brother of General Wojciech Chrzanowski b. 1793 and to Colonel Ignacy Chrzanowski b. 1793/1794], the son of Jozef Chrzanowski [b. 1761] and Zofia Tymienicka / TYMIENIECKA - 2nd wife of Jozef Chrzanowski. Wojciech Chrzanowski b. January 1793, was a Polish general who participated in Napoleon's Russian campaign in 1812 and in the battle of Leipzig. Chrzanowski was born in Biskupice, 2 km north-east to Iwanowice; named Iwanowice, 9 km east to Skala. Jan Chrzanowski was the manager of Biskupice close to Iwanowice in 1762; 20 km north-east to Cracow, 10 km south-west to Slomniki. General Wojciech Chrzanowski was the Governor of Warsaw in 1831, emigrating to Paris at the end of 1831. In 1841 he was in the service of the British government. Charles Albert, King of Sardinia, called Chrzanowski in 1848. General Wojciech Chrzanowski was the son of Jozef Chrzanowski b. 1761 + Jozefa Trawinska or Zofia Tymieniecka.
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Jan Milewski born in 1778 in Mogilnice, a village in the Sztabin commune, 11 kilometres west of Sztabin, 23 km south of Augustow, 3 km south-east to JAZIEWO.
President Andrzej Duda vs President Lech Walesa.
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Jan Milewski born in 1778 in Mogilnice, a village in the Sztabin commune, 11 kilometres west of Sztabin, 23 km south of Augustow, 3 km south-east to JAZIEWO.
Jan was the son of Franciszek Milewski b. ca 1743 + Marianna Bielawska. Jan was the brother of Teresa Milewska, Szymon Milewski, Brunon Dyoneszy Milewski, Wiktoria (Milewska) Dolecki, Pawel Milewski, Aleksander Milewski, Franciszek Milewski and next Szymon Milewski [half-brother]. Jan m. Marianna Guziejko. Jan was the father of Adam Milewski. Jan d. 1834 in Mogilnice.
Franciszek Milewski born ca 1743 in Milewo - Malonki + Marianna Bielawska, married in Karniewo. Franciszek Milewski died in 1789 in Malonki.
Milewo-Malonki is a village in the Karniewo commune, within the Makow County, 8 km south-west to Krasne of the Krasinski family, 13 km south to Gostkowo,
15 km south to the village Leszno close to Przasnysz [Helena Wodkiewicz m. Jaworska of Krokusowa Road in Lodz]; 7 km south to Filipy [compare Marceli NOWOTKO ancestors!], 8 km south-west to Wezewo, 15 km south-east to Opinogora Gorna.
Pope John Paul II was the head of the Catholic Church and sovereign of the Vatican City State in 1978 until his death in 2005. He was elected pope by the second papal conclave of 1978. Born in 1920, Wadowice, 8 / 9 km east to INWALD. Communist General Czeslaw Kiszczak (1925-2015), b. 1925 in Roczyny, was working in Vienna during Second World War, soviet spy. Kiszczak was born 1925, in Roczyny, the son of a struggling farmer who was fired as a steelworker because of his communist affiliation. Roczyny close to Andrychow. Roczyny - 2 km west to Andrychow. Jaroszewicz suggested that the death of Swierczewski could be related to this knowledge. ... Even more sensational hypothesis has a journalist of the weekly Angora, Leszek Szymowski, who stated that the reason for the murder was the Jaroszewicz archive, which contained a copy of the documents incriminating Wojciech Jaruzelski, Czeslaw Kiszczak and other politicians 80s. This crime was part of a broader plan to eliminate all that could stopped the conduct of political transformation, directed by generals Kiszczak and Jaruzelski. Weekly 'Wprost' published information suggesting that the death of Jaroszewicz has connected with the secret wartime archives of the Reich Security Office, which at the end of World War II went to the baroque palace in Radomierzyce near Zgorzelec. Priest Jerzy Popieluszko: Karpowicze - a village in the Suchowola commune, within the Sokolka County, 5 kilometres west of Suchowola, 37 km north-west of Sokolka. Grodzisk - 11 kilometres north-east of Suchowola. Blessed Alfons (Jerzy Aleksander) Popieluszko born in 1947 in Okopy, close to Suchowola, was the son of Wladyslaw Popieluszko + Marianna Gniedziejko. The priest was killed on 19 October 1984 close to Wloclawek by the order of General Miroslaw Milewski, acc. to a note published aft. 2000. Milewski: Jaziewo - 16 km north-west to Suchowola; Jaminy - 12 km north to Suchowola. Stefan KACZOROWSKI was the first son of Mikolaj Kaczorowski b. 1797 with the 1st wife unknown died bef. 1826 or 1841. In 1842 in Michalow close to Szczebrzeszyn Mikolaj Kaczorowski, widowed, born in Magnuszew, the son of Jan Kaczorowski + Ewa; m. virgin Urszula Malinowska b. in Komarzyce, the daughter of Jan + Agata Migor m. Malinowska. Agata was living in Szczebrzeszyn. Count Wladislaw Zamoyski 1853-1924, was closest friend of Jozef Rettinger / Retinger who was born in Cracow, in Austria-Hungary - his father, Jozef Stanislaw Retinger, was the personal legal counsel and adviser to Count Wladyslaw Zamoyski. Acc. to Wikipedia: when Retinger's father died, Count Zamoyski took Jozef younger into his household. Financed by Count Zamoyski, Retinger entered the Sorbonne in 1906, and two years later became the youngest person to earn a Ph.D. there at age twenty. He moved to England in 1911, where his closest friend was Polish writer Joseph Conrad. See the European Union (EU) and its origins from the European Coal and Steel Community and the European Economic Community. In 1865, Leszno close to Przasnysz, belonged to Jan Ostrowski [Jan Leon Ostrowski, 1840-1918, the son of Aleksander Ostrowski, 1810-1896; the grandson of Michal Wojciech Ostrowski, 1782-1847 + Jozefa Potocka, ca 1784-1859. Feliks Pawel Kaczorowski, b. 1849, in Michalow, bpt. in 1849 in Szczebrzeszyn. Feliks Pawel Kaczorowski b. 1849, in Michalow close to Klemensow. Michalow and Klemensow belonged to the Zamoyski estate. Andrzej Zamoyski put The Agriculture Society on together with Leopold Stanislaw Kronenberg born in 1812 in Warsaw, died 1878 in Nice, a Polish banker, investor, and financier. Kronenberg came from a wealthy family of Jewish rabbis. His father Samuel Eleazar Kronenberg (1773-1826) of Wyszogrod had a small bank in Warsaw. His mother was Tekla Levi (1775-1848). Kronenberg had seven siblings, including Dorota - the mother of Seweryn Loewenstein. He married Ernestyna Rozalia Leo (1827 - 1893), a daughter of Leopold August Leo. And the had a daughter Maria Roza Kronenberg (1854-1944), the wife of Karol Zamoyski, and subsequently of Gustaw Taube. Above Count Karol Ignacy Zamoyski, b. 1834, was the son of Konstanty Zamoyski + Aniela. Konstanty Zamoyski b. 1799 in Vienna, d. 1866 in London, the son of Stanislaw Kostka Zamoyski, the owner of Michalow and Szczebrzeszyn + Zofia Czartoryska. Zofia Zamoyska (Czartoryska) b. 1778 in Warsaw, d. 1837 in Firenze, the daughter of prince Adam Kazimierz Czartoryski + Izabela von Flemming. Adam Kazimierz Joachim Ambrozy Marek Czartoryski / Adam Kazimierz Czartoryski, b. in 1734 in Gdansk, d. in 1823 in Sieniawa. The son of prince August Alexander Aleksander Czartoryski + Maria DENHOFF. August Czartoryski was the son of Isabelle Elisabeth Morshtyn. Izabela Elzbieta Czartoryska Morsztyn / Elzbieta Izabella Morsztyn, b. 1671 in Warsaw, was the daughter of Jan Andrzej Morsztyn + Catharina Gordon. We have genealogy of Karol Wojtyla b. in Czaniec, close to ANDRYCHOW - NOT in Lipnik. This is family of Karol Wojtyla, Cardinal and Houthakker's wife had known Karol Wojtyla, the Polish cardinal - this is link to President Obama and Leopold Kronenberg. The ancestors of Karol Wojtyla were under influences of Sulkowski, Bruhl, Wessel. His father was Karol Jozef Wojtyla (senior), born 1879 in Lipnik (now part of Bielsko-Biala). He was a non-commissioned officer of the Austro-Hungarian Army. Karol Wojtyla b. 1879, d. in February 1941, Captain of Polish Armed Forces. His son junior Karol Wojtyla known Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, closest to Zbigniew Brzezinski. Karol Wojtyla b. in 1879 in Lipnik, close to Biala, was the son of Maciej Wojtyla + Anna Przeczek. Karol senior was the half-brother of Stefania Adelajda Wojtyla. Karol Wojtyla senior m. Emilia Kaczorowska in 1906 in Wadowice, with Edmund Wojtyla, Olga Wojtyla and Karol Jozef Wojtyla. Above Maciej Wojtyla born in 1852 in Czaniec, close to Andrychow. The son of Franciszek Wojtyla + Franciszka Galuszka. Bulowice is a village in the Kety commune, within the Oswiecim County, 8 kilometres south of Kety, 25 km south of Oswiecim; 5 km north to Czaniec, 4 or 5 km north-west to ROCZYNY. CZANIEC - 5 km south-west to Roczyny. Communist General Miroslaw Milewski b. 1927 or in 1928 in Lipsko in the Podlasie province, the son of Boleslaw Milewski + Anastazja of the Andrychow commune. ANASTAZJA MILEWSKA b. in 1895 in INWALD in the Andrychow commune, the Wadowice county. Inwald - 5 km east to Andrychow. Inwald is a village in the Andrychow commune, within the Wadowice County, 5 kilometres east of Andrychow, 8 km west of Wadowice. Anastazja studied in Bielsko - Biala in 1913-1918. Aft. November 1918 working in Jaziewo, the Sztabin commune, 1918 - 1923. In 1924 in Lipsk at the Podlasie. Jaziewo close to JAMINY, the Sztabin commune, within the Augustow County. Anastazja married BOLESLAW Milewski moved home to Lipsko in 1923 or in 1924. Milewo-Malonki is a village in the Karniewo commune, within the Makow County, 8 km south-west to Krasne of the Krasinski family, 13 km south to Gostkowo, 15 km south to the village Leszno close to Przasnysz [Helena Wodkiewicz m. Jaworska of Krokusowa Road in Lodz]; 7 km south to Filipy [compare Marceli NOWOTKO ancestors!], 8 km south-west to Wezewo, 15 km south-east to Opinogora Gorna. The father of General Milewski was Boleslaw Milewski b. in Milewo, in September 1881 to Wojciech Milewski / Adalbert Milewski b. 1858 + Anna Dzierzanowska.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 19 NOVEMBER 2021.


Jan Milewski born in 1778 in Mogilnice, a village in the Sztabin commune, 11 kilometres west of Sztabin, 23 km south of Augustow, 3 km south-east to JAZIEWO.
Jan was the son of Franciszek Milewski b. ca 1743 + Marianna Bielawska. Jan was the brother of Teresa Milewska, Szymon Milewski, Brunon Dyoneszy Milewski, Wiktoria (Milewska) Dolecki, Pawel Milewski, Aleksander Milewski, Franciszek Milewski and next Szymon Milewski [half-brother]. Jan m. Marianna Guziejko. Jan was the father of Adam Milewski. Jan d. 1834 in Mogilnice.
Franciszek Milewski born ca 1743 in Milewo - Malonki + Marianna Bielawska, married in Karniewo. Franciszek Milewski died in 1789 in Malonki.
Milewo-Malonki is a village in the Karniewo commune, within the Makow County, 8 km south-west to Krasne of the Krasinski family, 13 km south to Gostkowo,
15 km south to the village Leszno close to Przasnysz [Helena Wodkiewicz m. Jaworska of Krokusowa Road in Lodz]; 7 km south to Filipy [compare Marceli NOWOTKO ancestors!], 8 km south-west to Wezewo, 15 km south-east to Opinogora Gorna.
The father of General Milewski was
Boleslaw Milewski b. in Milewo, in September 1881 to Wojciech Milewski / Adalbert Milewski b. 1858 + Anna Dzierzanowska. Wojciech b. 1858 was the brother to Jan Milewski b. 1849. Wojciech Milewski b. 1858 came from the clan of Jan Milewski born in 1778 in Mogilnice, a village in the Sztabin commune, 11 kilometres west of Sztabin, 23 km south of Augustow, 3 km south-east to JAZIEWO.
Count Karol Wladyslaw Romer b. in 1920 in Inwald.
Pope John Paul II was the head of the Catholic Church and sovereign of the Vatican City State in 1978 until his death in 2005. He was elected pope by the second papal conclave of 1978. Born in 1920, Wadowice, 8 / 9 km east to INWALD.
Czaniec - 5 km south to BULOWICE; 4 km south-west to ROCZYNY; 5 km west to Andrychow and 10 km west to Inwald; 18 km west to Wadowice; and 14 / 15 km east to LIPNIK [now in eastern Bielsko-Biala]; 18 / 19 km north-east to Cyganski Las / Gypsy Forest [southern part of Bielsko-Biala: the Zelazo / Iron action of General Miroslaw Milewski - and General Milewski acted for Red Army in the Augustow county {2007-2021 the nerks of this district acted around me at the West} in 1944-1945, the Bialystok province {Michalow / Wimborne 92} in 1945 until April 1955, Suwalki-Olecko-Raczki {Samuelson / Summers - the link to Anna Tymieniecka and Leopold Kronenberg} area {Kingston 81}. General Miroslaw Milewski was involved in death of Priest Popieluszko in Wloclawek {in 1985/1990 General Milewski was accused of Popieluszko's death in the area Bydgoszcz-Torun-Wloclawek - compare General Nowek in Bydgoszcz and Torun aft. 2002}: this is area of Wloclawek-Chocen-Brzesc Kujawski-Lipnik with M. I. Wojtczak, Lech Walesa, Leszek Balcerowicz and Pola Negri, the Kielczewski family and Dambski]. Communist General Czeslaw Kiszczak (1925-2015), b. 1925 in Roczyny, working in Vienna during Second World War, soviet spy. Kiszczak was born 1925, in Roczyny, the son of a struggling farmer who was fired as a steelworker because of his communist affiliation. Roczyny close to Andrychow. Roczyny - 2 km west to Andrychow.
Communist General Miroslaw Milewski b. 1927 or in 1928 in Lipsko in the Podlasie province, the son of Boleslaw Milewski + Anastazja of the Andrychow commune. ANASTAZJA MILEWSKA b. in 1895 in INWALD in the Andrychow commune, the Wadowice county. Inwald - 5 km east to Andrychow. Inwald is a village in the Andrychow commune, within the Wadowice County, 5 kilometres east of Andrychow, 8 km west of Wadowice. Anastazja studied in Bielsko - Biala in 1913-1918. Aft. November 1918 working in Jaziewo, the Sztabin commune, 1918 - 1923. In 1924 in Lipsk at the Podlasie. Jaziewo close to JAMINY, the Sztabin commune, within the Augustow County. Anastazja married BOLESLAW Milewski moved home to Lipsko in 1923 or in 1924. Then in Wasiliszki and Szczuczyn Nowogrodzki. Anastazja was killed in Grodno in 1943. Anastazja's husband was Boleslaw Milewski of JAZIEWO either MALONKI or MOGILNICE.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 17 NOVEMBER 2021.


Three families of Ostrzeszow and Kalisz, Hutten-Czapski, Nostitz-Jackowski and Chrzanowski intermarried to the Kiedrzynski clan in the Pleszew - Ostrzeszow - Ostrow Wielkopolski area:

A.
Inf. on the court in Kalisz, in 1740, and on three sisters -
Franciszka Jackowska - Kiedrzynska, the wife of Andrzej Kiedrzynski [the father of my direct ancestor Izydor Kiedrzynski in 1775/1776 in Jedlno],
and Anna Jackowska the wife of Antoni Skorzewski;
Konstancja Jackowska the wife of Stanislaw Niniewski / NIENIEWSKI - all born as Nostitz-Jackowski.
The court case concerned
1.
Jan Nostitz-Jackowski, ex-owner of Boczkow and Szczypierno / Szczypiorno, the south-west part of Kalisz at present, 3 km south-west to DOBRZEC, close to BOCZKOW;
2.
Teresa Zaluskowska;
3.
Mikolaj Dobruchowski, the son of Jan Dobruchowski, the official in Ostrzeszow; the owner of Piekarty;
4.
Marianna Chrzanowski b. ca 1670, the wife of Jan Dobruchowski, younger, b. ca 1660,
the son of Jan Dobruchowski b. 1633 + {Anna Kicka married to Jan b. ca 1610} Jadwiga Psarska.
The grandson of Maciej Dobruchowski b. ca 1570 - NOT of Jan Dobruchowski b. ca 1610.
5.
Mikolaj Politalski, the official in Ostrzeszow, the owner of Szypierno / Szczypiorno, BOCZKOW / Boczkowo, 3 km west to DOBRZEC; and Piekarty.
He sold named Piekarty to Jan Dobruchowski in 1701.
At the above court in Kalisz in 1740, mentioned Mikolaj Politalski, an official in Ostrzeszow, the owner of Szypierno / Szczypiorno {then of Nostitz-Jackowski property},
BOCZKOW / Boczkowo {3 km north-west to Szczypiorno of Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670/1680}, 3 km west to DOBRZEC;
and Piekarty / Piekart {then of Dobruchowski property} then sold named Piekarty / Piekart to Jan Dobruchowski b. ca 1660 - in 1701.

Mentioned Marianna Chrzanowska b. ca 1670, m. Jan Kotarba Dobruchowski / Jan Dobruchowski b. ca 1660, the wedding before 1692. In KALISZ in 1705, named Jan Dobruchowski, the governor of Ostrzeszow and his wife Marianna de Lanow Chrzanowska / Marianna Dobruchowska Chrzanowska, given cash to the daughter Jozefa Dobruchowski.

Marianna Chrzanowski b. ca 1670, was the wife of Jan Dobruchowski, younger, b. ca 1660, who was the brother to Mikolaj Dobruchowski younger, b. ca 1670, and both were the sons of Jan Dobruchowski, older born 1633.

Marianna Chrzanowski b. ca 1670, the wife of Jan Dobruchowski, b. ca 1660, and Marianna died aft. 1740 {!}.
Her brothers:
Kazimierz Chrzanowski b. ca 1670;
and Jakub Chrzanowski b. ca 1690, d. 1742;
and maybe Franciszek older b. ca 1690/1695 + Zofia KRASICKA.
Jan Nepomucen Paschalis Chrzanowski, was the son of Jan Chrzanowski + Katarzyna Sokolowska.
Above Jan Chrzanowski, 1741-1827, was the son of Franciszek Chrzanowski younger + Wiktoria MEJER.
Franciszek b. 1720, died in 1795 or 1710-1795;
Jan Nepomucen Chrzanowski was the grandson of Franciszek Chrzanowski OLDER born ca 1690/1693, d. in 1761 + Zofia Krasicka.

Marianna Chrzanowski b. ca 1670, the wife of Jan Dobruchowski, b. ca 1660, and Marianna died aft. 1740 {!}. Marianna's father -
Piotr Chrzanowski b. ca 1650 close to OPINOGORA + Marianna Gozdzikowska,
the daughter of Stanislaw Gozdzikowski + Elzbieta LEZENSKA.

Marianna Chrzanowska Dobruchowska m. 2nd to Hiacynt Jacek Secygniowski.

Pawel Chrzanowski b. 1798/1800 - 1866 + Michalina Rybicka.
Pawel Chrzanowski b. in Rekoszewice, d. in PANASZEW,
was the son of
Stanislaw Chrzanowski + Petronela Tomicka.

Petronela Tomicka, ca 1760/1763 - 1827;
Stanislaw Chrzanowski, b. ca 1760/1770, was the son of
Jozef Chrzanowski / Jozef Urban Chrzanowski b. 1728 + Marianna Zaremba b. ca 1740.
Named here Jozef URBAN Chrzanowski b. 1728 in OSTRZESZOW,
had a son Tomasz Chrzanowski born in 1770.
They came from Jakub Chrzanowski b. ca 1690, married Zofia Zielonacka b. 1706,
who had children:
Anna Zofia Chrzanowska b. 1723;
above Michal Chrzanowski b. in 1724 / ca 1732;
Jozef Chrzanowski = Jozef URBAN Chrzanowski b. 1728 in OSTRZESZOW;
Ignacy Kajetan Chrzanowski = Ignacy Chrzanowski b. in 1729,
and others children.
In KALISZ in 1705, named Jan Dobruchowski, the governor of Ostrzeszow and his wife Marianna de Lanow Chrzanowska / Marianna Dobruchowska Chrzanowska, given cash to the daughter Jozefa Dobruchowski.
Marianna Chrzanowski b. ca 1670, was the wife of Jan Dobruchowski, younger, b. ca 1660, who was the brother to Mikolaj Dobruchowski younger, b. ca 1670,
and both were the sons of Jan Dobruchowski, older born 1633.

Three sisters who were daughters of the above-mentioned Jan Nostitz-Jackowski participated in the court case in 1740 in Kalisz:
1.
Franciszka Jackowska - Kiedrzynska, the wife of Andrzej Kiedrzynski [the father of Izydor - my family line],
2.
Anna Nostitz-Jackowska, the wife of Antoni Skorzewski;
3.
Konstancja Nostitz-Jackowska, the wife of Stanislaw NIENIEWSKI / Stanislaw Niniewski b. ca 1720
- all sisters born as Nostitz-Jackowski. The father was Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670/1680.

Probably Agnieszka Nieniewska Pstrokonska [her husband took Sedzice from Nieniewski] b. ca 1725, was the sister of named Stanislaw Nieniewski and both were the children of Andrzej Nieniewski b. ca 1700.

Andrzej had a brother Wojciech Nieniewski b. ca 1700. Andrzej had a next of kin Teresa Bratkowska.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 07 / 11 NOVEMBER 2021.


Templars of Scotland, Freemasons and Stuart, the Maltase Order of Jerusalem and the seventh Earl of Argyll with Erskine, Stirling, Douglas, Graham, Keith. George Gordon, the 2nd Marquess of Huntly (1589-1649) and Lady Anne Campbell, eldest daughter of the seventh Earl of Argyll. The fall of Poland in 1795 was the greatest victory of the Russian intelligence in the 18th century, along with the Scots, Templars [Knights of St. John of Jerusalem], Stuart-Jacobites, the Order of Malta [Carsten Niebuhr, Pinto, Cagliostro, Althotas], and the German Illuminati; together with Poniatowski-Kosciuszko-Czartoryski-Argyll-Douglas-Gordon political and genealogical net. The Campbell-Argyll clan after 60' of the 18th century was heavily involved in the political life of England and collaborated with the British army, eventually marrying the family of monarchs in London. The Templar Order of Scotland in 1689 and the Grand Master, Philippe, Duke of Orleans in 1705 in France. And St Petersburg of Peter the Great, Robert Erskine in 1706 and James Francis Edward Keith [he came from the 4th Earl of Perth, Sir James Drummond b. 1648, died in France, Saint-Germain-en-Laye in 1716] - the Russian intelligence net in 1741-2015 together with Malta and Master Manuel Pinto + Althotas, Carsten Niebuhr in 1761-1767, and Cagliostro in 1778-1781 - Louis-Cesar-Constantin de Rohan the Knight of Malta before 1713 and the Second Partition of Poland in 1793 as the Illuminati plot against France and Poland-Lithuania.
Inf. in Kalisz, in 1740,
1.
Franciszka Jackowska - Kiedrzynska, the wife of Andrzej Kiedrzynski [the father of Izydor - my family line],
2.
Anna Jackowska, the wife of Antoni Skorzewski;
3.
Konstancja Nostitz-Jackowska, the wife of Stanislaw NIENIEWSKI / Stanislaw Niniewski b. ca 1720 - all sisters born as Nostitz-Jackowski. The father was Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670/1680.
Probably Agnieszka Nieniewska Pstrokonska [her husband took Sedzice from Nieniewski] b. ca 1725, was the sister of named Stanislaw Nieniewski and both were the children of Andrzej Nieniewski b. ca 1700. Andrzej had a brother Wojciech Nieniewski b. ca 1700. Andrzej had a next of kin Teresa Bratkowska.
Andrzej Nieniewski had a brother Wojciech. Katarzyna Ostrowska b. ca 1705.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 19th October 2021.


The fall of Poland in 1795 was the greatest victory of the Russian intelligence in the 18th century, along with the Scots, Templars [Knights of St. John of Jerusalem], Stuart-Jacobites, the Order of Malta [Carsten Niebuhr, Pinto, Cagliostro, Althotas], and the German Illuminati; together with Poniatowski-Kosciuszko-Czartoryski-Argyll-Douglas-Gordon political and genealogical net. The Campbell-Argyll clan after 60' of the 18th century was heavily involved in the political life of England and collaborated with the British army, eventually marrying the family of monarchs in London. The Templar Order of Scotland in 1689 and the Grand Master, Philippe, Duke of Orleans in 1705 in France. And St Petersburg of Peter the Great, Robert Erskine in 1706 and James Francis Edward Keith [he came from the 4th Earl of Perth, Sir James Drummond b. 1648, died in France, Saint-Germain-en-Laye in 1716] - the Russian intelligence net in 1741-2015 together with Malta and Master Manuel Pinto + Althotas, Carsten Niebuhr in 1761-1767, and Cagliostro in 1778-1781 - Louis-Cesar-Constantin de Rohan the Knight of Malta before 1713 and the Second Partition of Poland in 1793 as the Illuminati plot against France and Poland-Lithuania. In 1650, Earl William Sinclair was killed at the Battle of Dunbar. In 1689, "James Grahame of Claverhouse, Viscount Dundee, died at the battle of Killiecrankie wearing the Grand Cross of the Order". Acc. to me - James Graham, d. 1689, but not in 1684. The title of Count Graham of Belford was created in the Great Britain in 1722. The Baron Graham of Belford - in the Great Britain in 1722. Robert Graham, Master of Montrose, born in 1521. James Graham, 5th Earl of Montrose (1612-1650) became Marquess of Montrose in 1644. James Graham, 2nd Marquess of Montrose (1633-1669), was the second son of the 1st Marquess. James Graham, 3rd Marquess of Montrose (1657-1684/1689 !), only son of the 2nd Marquess. James Graham, 4th Marquess of Montrose (1682-1742) became Duke of Montrose in 1707 = James Graham, 1st Duke and 4th Marquess of Montrose, was a Scottish aristocratic statesman; he was the only son of James Graham, 3rd Marquess of Montrose and Lady Christian Leslie.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 26 SEPTEMBER 2021.


Tarlo, Bielinski, Morsztyn, Ostrowski, Krasinski, Rudzinski and Chelmo, Krery, Wielichowo, Prochy, village Leszno close to Przasnysz, Baranowo close to Ostroleka; Ostrow Wielkopolski with Bieganin and Raszkow; Blaszki and Charlupia Mala; Lipno, Swiedziebnia and Wloclawek with Chocen; Swiecie, Chelmza and Trzebcz, Tczew, Wichulec, Brodnica. Chrzanowski, Kossakowski, Kiedrzynski, Psarski and General Stefan Rowecki Grot with the Russian and the German intelligence net. The French intelligence net - Breguet, Armand, Duflon and Konstantynowicz.
The TARLO family:
Teresa Tarlo married twice:
I:
Franciszek Rudzinski in 1732 in Opole Lubelskie;
II:
Wojciech Kluszewski in 1746/1747 in Kurzelow.
Above Teresa married to Franciszek Rudzinski, the Kruszwica governor, and the wedding was under care of Jan Tarlo, the Lublin governor. After the death of named Rudzinski she was married second time in 1747 to Wojciech Kluszewski.
The Lodz counter-intelligence code name CZARNIECKI in 1945-2021:
Samuel Rudzinski m. Marianna Grabianka of Pankracewice, the daughter of Bartlomiej Grabianka.
Marianna had a children:
1. Zofia Rudzinska m. Andrzej Ostrorog;
2. Kazimierz Rudzinski died in 1759, m. Wiecka,
with:
Franciszek Rudzinski + Teresa Tarlo;
Kazimierz Rudzinski d. 1759 m. 2nd Antonina Nowosielska,
with:
Michal Kazimierz Rudzinski, 1730-1764 + Eustachia Elzbieta Potocka d. in 1764 or in 1776 [Elzbieta d. 1776, but Eustachia Elzbieta died in 1781]. Rudzinski owned Sedziszow Malopolski.
Samuel Stanislaw Rudzinski b. ca 1640, d. aft. 1705 or in 1676, the son of
Hieronim Rudzinski + Elzbieta Domaszewska.
Samuel Stanislaw had the son Kazimierz Rudzinski, the governor of Czersk (1724-1752), Senator and the governor of Masovia / Mazowsze (1752-1759), lived ca 1676-1759
+ Wiecka + Teresa Antonina Kicka + 2nd Antonina Nowosielska.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 20 SEPTEMBER 2021.


Franciszka Weronika Chrzanowska b. March 1796, married Wojciech Jan Nepomucen Nostitz-Jackowski in 1819 in Wolka Panska. Wojciech Jan Nepomucen Jackowski, 1781-1838, the son of Andrzej Jackowski the 2nd, b. 1748 [Andrzej Nostitz-Jackowski the 2nd, b. 1748, was the son of Andrzej Nostitz-Jackowski the 1st born ca 1730; the grandson of Jan Jackowski b. ca 1670/1680] + Anna Dembinska died in 1819. In Kalisz in 1748: Andrzej Jackowski the 1st, b. ca 1730, the son of JAN Nostitz-JACKOWSKI b. ca 1670/1680 [inf. in Konin register] + ca 1730 to Anna Lukomski the 1st, b. ca 1710, the daughter of Wojciech LUKOMSKI b. ca 1680 + Marianna Szyszynski b. ca 1690. Andrzej Kiedrzynski b. ca 1710 + Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowski Kiedrzynska had 5 children born in Bieganin. Wojciech Jan Nostitz-Jackowski was the son of Andrzej Jackowski younger, born in 1748 + Anna Dembinska died in 1819; the grandson of Andrzej Jackowski, older, the 1st, b. ca 1730, the great-grandson of Jan Jackowski / Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670/1680 + Anna Lukomski. Andrzej Jackowski older b. ca 1730, was the cousin [Not a brother] to Ignacy Jackowski b. 1731, who was the son of ANTONI Nostitz-Jackowski, ca 1705-1758 [Antoni Jackowski b. ca 1705, was the brother or the half-brother to Franciszka Jackowska Kiedrzynska of Bieganin]. Antoni Jackowski b. ca 1705, was the son of Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670/1680, d. ca 1766 or 1673-1758.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 07 SEPTEMBER 2021.


General Stefan Rowecki - Chrzanowski - Trampczynski - Raczynski - Kiedrzynski and the Hutten-Czapski branch:
JAN Trampczynski b. ca 1710, either was the son of
Rozalia Roza Gawlowska born in 1690 + Maciej Otto-Trampczynski SENIOR, born in 1670/1680, the son of Stefan Trampczynski, born ca 1630/1634. Stefan Otto Trampczynski b. ca 1630/1634, was the brother of Jan Trampczynski b. ca 1640, and both were sons to Adam Otto Trampczynski b. ca 1600.
Or Jan Otto-Trampczynski b. ca 1710, was the son of Walenty Otto-Trampczynski b. ca 1680; and the grandson of Jan Trampczynski b. ca 1640 + Anna Szkudlska.
Antoni Trampczynski b. ca 1720, was the son of Walenty Trampczynski, too - inf. in 1754. Walenty or Walentyn Otto Trampczynski, was the Sochaczew official, born ca 1680. Walenty Trampczynski was the son of Jan Otto Trampczynski born ca 1640 + Anna Szkudlski / Anna Szkudlarska.
Walenty Trampczynski was the son of Jan Otto Trampczynski born ca 1640 + Anna Szkudlski / Anna Szkudelski = Szkudlarska. Jan was the son of Adam Trampczynski b. ca 1600, died bef. 1643 + Anna Pecharzewska
{Adam had also a wife Zofia - inf. in Gniezno and Konin};
Jan Trampczynski b. ca 1640, was the grandson of Walenty Trapczynski / Trampczynski b. ca 1570 [husband of Jadwiga Gorska and Zofia LIPSKA];
Jan Trampczynski was the great-grandson of Jan Otto-Trampczynski b. ca 1545 [Jan b. ca 1545 was the husband of Jadwiga Bogucka and Felicja Szczesna Popowska] + Felicja Szczesna Popowska born ca 1550.
Ludwika Kiedrzynska, married Maciej Otto Trampczynski junior (1740 - 1789),
the son of Jan Otto-Trampczynski b. ca 1710, and Rozalia GARCZYNSKA
[Rozalia was born in 1712 in Budziejewo, the Wagrowiec County - d. 1742, the daughter of Samson Garczynski + Marianna. Rozalia b. in 1712, was the wife of Maciej Laskowski and Jan Otto-Trampczynski. Rozalia b. in 1712, was the mother of
Bonifacy Jan Nepomucen Laskowski; Maciej Otto-Trampczynski b. 1740; Antoni Otto-Trampczynski; and Dominik Otto-Trampczynski.
Above Maciej LASKOWSKI was the son of Andrzej Laskowski and Konstancja Dabrowska / Dombrowska]. Jan Trampczynski b. ca 1710
[Franciszka Trampczynska b. ca 1720, m. Garczynska, was the sister of Jan Otto Trampczynski b. ca 1710. 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.
JAN Trampczynski b. ca 1710, was the son of
Rozalia Roza Gawlowska born in 1690 + Maciej Otto-Trampczynski SENIOR, born in 1670/1680.
Maciej Otto-Trampczynski SENIOR, born in 1670, who was the brother to Magdalena Cielecka and to Anna Petronella Szoldrska, Radonska born 1664; and to Zofia Kamienska born ca 1660,
both the children of
Stefan Trampczynski, born ca 1630/1634.
Stefan Otto Trampczynski b. ca 1630/1634 was the brother of Jan Trampczynski b. ca 1640, and both were sons to Adam Otto Trampczynski b. ca 1600], was the son of Walenty Otto-Trampczynski b. ca 1680 - acc. to different source;
and the grandson of Jan Trampczynski + Anna Szkudlska.
Antoni Trampczynski b. ca 1720, was the son of Walenty Trampczynski, too - inf. in 1754.
Walenty or Walentyn Otto Trampczynski, was the Sochaczew official, born ca 1680. Walenty Trampczynski was the son of
Jan Otto Trampczynski born ca 1640 + Anna Szkudlski / Anna Szkudlarska, and Walenty owned Czachor / Czachory in the Kalisz county. Walenty sold half of Czachor to his son Antoni Otto Trampczynski. Antoni was the son of Teresa Miaskowski Trampczynska.
Antoni Trampczynski b. ca 1720, m. also Bona Pstrokonski, the daughter of Maciej Pstrokonski + Konstancja Zareba.
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 1710/1720, of the Ostoja coat of arms who was married Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska.
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 Hutten-Czapska 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 Grabinska.
4.
Ludwika Kiedrzynska, married Maciej Otto Trampczynski (1740 - 1789), the son of Jan Otto-Trampczynski and Rozalia GARCZYNSKA.
5.
Andrzej Kiedrzynski, younger, b. ca 1750, the owner of the half of Kiedrzyn close to northern Czestochowa, the son of Andrzej Kiedrzynski, older, b. 1710/1720.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 01 SEPTEMBER 2021.


The German intelligence net: Blanka Kaczorowska, Ludwik Kalkstein, Eugeniusz Swierczewski together with the genealogy of Trampczynski, Garczynski, Kiedrzynski, Nostitz-Jackowski and Hutten-Czapski, Molski, Zaleski. The French intelligence net - Breguet, Armand, Duflon and Konstantynowicz; King Stanislaw Leszczynski, General Tadeusz Kosciuszko, Kazimierz Krasinski of Baranowo, Krasne, and Tadeusz Grabianka with the link to Illinski, Lasek, Oskierka, Gizycki, Molski, Czarniecki, Zaluskowski, Nostitz-Jackowski.
Blanka Kaczorowska, nickname Sroka, Katarzyna, b. 1922 in Brest, died in 2002 in Bry-sur-Marne; German spy, communist secret agent, in 1945 in Czestochowa and then she studied in Lodz, back to Warsaw; married Ludwik Kalkstein, also known as Ludwik Kalkstein-Stolinski, b. 1920, in Warsaw, d. in 1994, in Munich, worked with Nazi German, and then as a communist informant. They became traitors to the Home Army during the Second World War. It was arested General Grot-Rowecki, but in 1939 we have strange information on Rowecki in south Lublin province close to Tomaszow Lubelski. The Polish Home Army and special unit of counter-intelligence 993/W, with Malkiewicz-Horodecka [my family from Oswieja / Osviej, Moscow, Swolna of Zarako-Zarakowski, Miezonka of the Konstantynowiczs in the Berezyna Ihumenska parish] were lookig for Ludwik Kalkstein and Blanka Kaczorowska, after death of Eugeniusz Swierczewski.
The French intelligence net - Breguet and Duflon, Konstantynowicz, Armand of Moscow; Kazimierz Krasinski of Baranowo and Oskierka-Prozor branch with Stefania Julia Radziwill of Miezonka; King Stanislaw Leszczynski and Tadeusz Grabianka. Illinski and Lasek in St Petersburg.
At the Polish territory acted Russian, Prussian, Saxon, French, Scottish, English intelligence groups influenced Polish military nets [of Stefan Czarniecki-Zaleski and Stanislaw Leszczynski, who in 1703 joined the Lithuanian Confederation, which the Sapiehas with the aid of Sweden had formed against August of Saxony] and our conspiracy after 1697 until 2021.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 26 August 2021.


The French intelligence net - Breguet and Duflon, Konstantynowicz, Armand of Moscow; Kazimierz Krasinski of Baranowo and Oskierka-Prozor branch with Stefania Julia Radziwill of Miezonka; King Stanislaw Leszczynski and Tadeusz Grabianka. Illinski and Lasek in St Petersburg; Zaleski, Molski, Czarniecki, Zaluskowski, Nostitz-Jackowski, Hutten-Czapski, Skorzewski, Bardzki, Lewald-Jezierski, Kruszynski, Kalkstein, Plaskowski, Karwat, Rudzinski, Rudnicki, Krasinski and Potocki; Arnold, Pradzynski, Krasicki, Stadnicki, Wezyk, Niemojewski with Kiedrzynski - in Lipno, Sedziszow Malopolski, Zarnow and Opoczno. Zelechow, Krzynowloga Mala, Swiedziebnia, Pleszew and Swiecie, Chelmza, Brodnica and Tczew with Koscierzyna; in Baranowo, Krasne and the village Leszno close to Przasnysz; Wichulec close to Brodnica; Jedlno, Kuchary, Chelmo. The Koscierzyna county, Szawle, Maluszyn - and the family branch of Konstantynowicz, together with Oskierka, Gizycki, Ilinski, Tadeusz Grabianka, Chrapowicki and Prozor in Miezonka, Swolna, Mscislaw. Lipno, Sedziszow Malopolski, Zarnow and Opoczno. Zelechow, Krzynowloga Mala, Swiedziebnia, Pleszew and Swiecie, Chelmza, Brodnica and Tczew with Koscierzyna - Rudzinski of Sedziszow Malopolski; Duke Zdzislaw Lubomirski; Artur Potocki, the Templar; Tadeusz Grabianka, Illuminati; Jaraczewski - Krasinski of Baranowo, Krasne and the village Leszno close to Przasnysz - Pilsudski - Karwat of Wichulec close to Brodnica - Ostrowski and Skorzewski of Kuchary, Chelmo and the village Leszno close to Przasnysz - Krasinski + Garczynski of the Koscierzyna county - Rudnicki with Hutten-Czapski and the Kiedrzynskis: Stefan Czarniecki born ca 1599, General Tadeusz Kosciuszko [the godfather in 1785 to Tadeusz Wolanski b. in Szawle], Marshal Jozef Pilsudski, Jozef Augustyn Ostrowski, 1850 in Maluszyn - and the family branch of Kiedrzynski-Konstantynowicz, together with Oskierka, Gizycki, Ilinski, Tadeusz Grabianka, Chrapowicki and Prozor. Stefan Czarniecki born ca 1599, General Tadeusz Kosciuszko [the godfather in 1785 to Tadeusz Wolanski b. in Szawle], Marshal Jozef Pilsudski, Jozef Augustyn Ostrowski, 1850 in Maluszyn - and the family branch of Kiedrzynski-Konstantynowicz. At the Polish territory acted Russian, Prussian, Saxon, French, Scottish, English intelligence groups influenced Polish military nets [of Stefan Czarniecki-Zaleski and Stanislaw Leszczynski, who in 1703 joined the Lithuanian Confederation, which the Sapiehas with the aid of Sweden had formed against August of Saxony] and our conspiracy after 1697 until 2021.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 16 August 2021.


Anna Potocka (Leszczynska), 1615 - 1654, was the daughter of Waclaw Leszczynski and Anna Rozdrazewska.
Anna Potocka had the sister Katarzyna Opalinska b. ca 1600 - d. in 1664, the wife of Stanislaw Grzymultowski and Piotr Jan Opalinski.
Waclaw Leszczynski married Anna Rozdrazewska born in 1580, in Leszno. Waclaw Leszczynski, 1575 - 1628. Waclaw Leszczynski was born in 1575, to Rafal Leszczynski and Barbara Anna Wolska-Dunin. Rafal was born in 1526, in Poznan.
Waclaw Leszczynski married Anna Rozdrazewska in 1580, in Leszno, with the daughter Katarzyna Opalinska b. ca 1600 - d. in 1664, the wife of Stanislaw Grzymultowski and Piotr Jan Opalinski.
Above Waclaw Leszczynski b. ca 1575 was the son of Rafal Leszczynski 1st, Rafal had a brother - Marcin 'Sikora' Leszczynski, b. ca 1530. Rafal's father was Jan Leszczynski ca 1480 / 1485 - 1535, and the grandfather was Kasper Leszczynski and Zofia.
Above Anna Leszczynska b. 1615, was the wife of Jan Teodoryk Potocki, the Protestant movement fighter.
His great-granddaughter was Zofia Potocka, ca 1700 - ca 1729
[Ludwik Kalinowski b. ca 1680 + 1st to Zofia Potocka b. ca 1700, div. bef. 1723, died in 1729 + 2nd in 1723 to Elzbieta Poninska b. 1690. Ludwik Kalinowski b. ca 1680 married Zofia Potocka b. ca {not ca 1670, Zofia m. 2nd KALINOWSKA ca 1720, but the 1st PUZYNA ca 1718, and Zofia in 1723 div.; died ca 1729} 1700 + 2nd in 1723 to Elzbieta Poninska b. 1700,
the daughter of Adam Poninski, SENIOR, 1680-1732;
and Adam Poninski senior was the grandfather to Adam Poninski younger, the Illuminati. See below on the PONINSKIS]
and named
Zofia Kalinowska nee Potocka with her second husband had a daughters -
1.
Tekla Kalinowska, b. ca 1722, m. Count Antoni Bielski, ca 1720 - 1789;
2.
Marianna Kalinowska [in 1720 - 1797] married 1st to Jozef Kajetan Grabianka b. ca 1710 [not ca 1720], of Latyczow, with the son, a French spy, the Illuminati top member, famous Tadeusz Grabianka, 1740 - 1807,
and with the daughter Tekla Grabianka married Jan Amor Tarnowski, b. 1735 - d. 1799.
Tadeusz Grabianka, 1740-1807, m. Teresa Stadnicka.
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Zaleski, Molski, Czarniecki, Zaluskowski, Nostitz-Jackowski, Hutten-Czapski, Skorzewski, Bardzki, Lewald-Jezierski, Kruszynski, Kalkstein, Plaskowski, Karwat, Rudzinski, Rudnicki, Krasinski and Potocki; Arnold, Pradzynski, Krasicki, Stadnicki, Wezyk, Niemojewski with Kiedrzynski - in Lipno, Sedziszow Malopolski, Zarnow and Opoczno. Zelechow, Krzynowloga Mala, Swiedziebnia, Pleszew and Swiecie, Chelmza, Brodnica and Tczew with Koscierzyna; in Baranowo, Krasne and the village Leszno close to Przasnysz; Wichulec close to Brodnica; Jedlno, Kuchary, Chelmo. The Koscierzyna county, Szawle, Maluszyn - and the family branch of Konstantynowicz, together with Oskierka, Gizycki, Ilinski, Tadeusz Grabianka, Chrapowicki and Prozor in Miezonka, Swolna, Mscislaw.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 05 July 2021.


Felicjan Niegolewski had a sister Teodora Skorzewska, nee Niegolewska. Andrzej Marek Franciszek Skorzewski was born in 1776, and he was the son of Ludwik Skorzewski and Teodora Skorzewska nee Niegolewska.
Ludwik SKORZEWSKI was born in 1740, and died in KOPASZEWO in 1810. He was married in Pobiedziska in 1770. KOPASZEWO - 4 kilometres north of Krzywin, 14 km south-east of Koscian, and 46 km south of Poznan. POBIEDZISKA - 8 / 9 km south-east to WRONCZYN.
Ludwik Skorzewski younger, of Pomarzany [28 km north-east to WRONCZYN], b. ca 1740, was the son of Andrzej Skorzewski b. ca 1707/1710 and Dorota Chlapowska, the daughter of MICHAL Chlapowski. Andrzej Skorzewski b. ca 1707/1710, was the 2nd married to DOROTA CHLAPOWSKA, 1720 - 1786. Above Andrzej b. ca 1707/1710, was the son of Melchior Skorzewski died in 1765 of ZIELECIN. Melchior Skorzewski b. ca 1680, died in 1765, the owner of Zielecin, was the son of Kazimierz Skorzewski b. ca 1650, and Zofia Naramowska.
Ignacy Skorzewski, 1760-1813, married to Marianna Rychlowska (b. ca 1765) in 1791 in Sulmierzyce. He was the son of Eustachy Skorzewski, the owner of Doruchow until 1796/1797, and then he took CHELMO ca 1796/1797, close to Przedborz and to Krery.
Above Ignacy Drogoslaw-Skorzewski, 1760-1813, was the son of mentioned above Eustachy Skorzewski and Anna Wiesiolowska born in 1740. Eustachy Skorzewski was born ca 1735. Eustachy Skorzewski / Eustace Skorzewski could to argue with the family. And he took the coat of arms as his nickname. He began to seal himself with a new brand of the coat of arms. It must have happened around 1770/1800. Doruchow is a rural commune in the Ostrzeszow County, Greater Poland, 7 kilometres east of Ostrzeszow. Doruchowo / Doruhowo / Dorochow, lies close to Bobrowniki, and Przytocznica. The owners:
until 1660, the Olszewski brothers; in 1700 to Jedrzej Krakowski / Kraszkowski, in 1755 the Rogowski brothers, bef. 1764 belonged to Jan Doruchowski, b. ca 1730, the Nowogrodek official [Jan's son was above MIKOLAJ Doruchowski b. ca 1760]; in 1764-1796 owned by Ignacy Wierzbieta Doruchowski together with Eustachy Drogoslaw Skorzewski b. ca 1735.
Eustachy Skorzewski of Doruchow and Chelmo, had the brother Ludwik Skorzewski.
Ludwik's son -
Andrzej Marek Franciszek Skorzewski, 1776 in KRZYWIN - 1842, m. Ludwika Maria Genowefa Krzycka, ca 1779 - ca 1834.
Above Eustachy Skorzewski b. ca 1735, was the son of Andrzej Skorzewski, the Drogoslaw coat of arms, older, b. ca 1707/1710, and Dorota Chlapowska; and the grandson of Marianna Skorzewska, Zakrzewska Wyskota, 1691 - 1742 + Melchior Skorzewski. Melchior Skorzewski died in 1765 of ZIELECIN. Marianna Skorzewska m. in 1714 to above Melchior Skorzewski died in 1765, the owner of Zielecin. Melchior Skorzewski took Kopaszewo. 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.
Above Marianna Skorzewska, Zakrzewska Wyskota, 1691 - 1742, was the daughter of Jan Zakrzewski b. ca 1670/1680,
who was the father of named 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.

Lipno, Sedziszow Malopolski, Zarnow and Opoczno. Zelechow, Krzynowloga Mala, Swiedziebnia, Pleszew and Swiecie, Chelmza, Brodnica and Tczew with Koscierzyna - Rudzinski of Sedziszow Malopolski; Duke Zdzislaw Lubomirski; Artur Potocki, the Templar; Tadeusz Grabianka, Illuminati;
Jaraczewski - Krasinski of Baranowo, Krasne and the village Leszno close to Przasnysz - Pilsudski - Karwat of Wichulec close to Brodnica - Ostrowski of Kuchary and Skorzewski of Chelmo close to Przedborz, and the village Leszno close to Przasnysz - Krasinski + Garczynski of the Koscierzyna county - Rudnicki with Hutten-Czapski and the Kiedrzynskis:
Stefan Czarniecki born ca 1599, General Tadeusz Kosciuszko [the godfather in 1785 to Tadeusz Wolanski b. in Szawle], Marshal Jozef Pilsudski, Jozef Augustyn Ostrowski, 1850 in Maluszyn - and the family branch of Kiedrzynski-Konstantynowicz, together with Oskierka, Gizycki, Ilinski, Tadeusz Grabianka, Chrapowicki and Prozor.
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Aleksander Madalinski [born ca 1690 - died before 1773], the owner of Raczkow and Upuszczow north-west to Sieradz, came from BOBROWNIKI by PROSNA. The son of
Andrzej Madalinski born in 1650, in Bobrowniki, died in 1720, official of WIELUN; Andrzej Madalinski older, married bef. 1690 to Marianna Grabianka, 1660 - 1721. They had one the son Aleksander Madalinski b. ca 1690.
Andrzej MADALINSKI of BOBROWNIKI, had 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.
Samuel's relatives:
Barbara Moszynska nee Rudzinska / Barbara Rudzienska, the owner of Sedziszow Malopolski, was the daughter of Eustachia Elzbieta Potocka / Elzbieta Potocka b. ca 1720
{the daughter of Feliks Potocki and Marianna Danilowicz; the granddaughter of
Michal Potocki, ca 1660-1749 + Zofia Aniela Czarniecka, ca 1660-1723, the daughter of Stefan Czarniecki, the Commander-in-chief of the Polish Army + Katarzyna Hulewicz}
+ Michal Rudzinski / Michal Kazimierz Rudzinski, 1720/1730-1764. Named Michal Kazimierz Rudzinski lived in 1720-1764; the son of Kazimierz Rudzinski, 1676 - 1759 + Antonina NOWOSIELSKA born aft. 1690 {her second husband was Wiktor Cieszkowski}. The grandson of Samuel Stanislaw Rudzinski b. ca 1640, d. 1676 + Marianna GRABIANKA, the daughter of Bartlomiej Grabianka younger; the granddaughter of Bartlomiej Grabianka older + Zofia BRZESKA.
Ignatia Elzbieta Eufemia Jaraczewska, born Koczewska / Ignacja Kczewska, in 1759/1761 in CZACZ, the Koscian county, 4 kilometres north-east of Smigiel [here was living Rafal Tadeusz Gajewski (born in 1714, Czacz - d. 1776 in Borzeciczki or Srem, buried in Wolsztyn]. Above Ignacja Eufemia Kczewska b. ca 1759, m. Ignacy Jaraczewski b. ca 1760, with a son Adam Jaraczewski, 1785-1831.
Above Adam JARACZEWSKI m. in 1815 in Warsaw to Css Elzbieta Marianna Jozefa Krasinska of Krasne, 1791-1832, the daughter of Kazimierz Krasinski / Count Kazmierz Jan Krasinski, 1725-1802 + Anna Ossolinska. Above Kazimierz Krasinski, the owner of Baranowo [here the ancestors of Marshal Konstanty Rokossowski; Kaczynski and Chudzik - my family line], died in Zegrze, was the son of Antoni Krasinski, the Zakroczym official, lived in 1693-1762 in ZEGRZE + Barbara Zielinska, ca 1690-1774.
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).
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 [the 1st Rudzinska of Sedziszow Malopolski; the 2nd Krasinska of Baranowo, in the Ostroleka county, and of Zegrze; 3rd Hutten-Czapska of Bukowiec in the SWIECIE county, and of Przysiersk] 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.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 26 June 2021.


JARACZEWSKI - Krasinski of Baranowo, Krasne and the village Leszno close to Przasnysz - Pilsudski - Karwat of Wichulec close to Brodnica - Ostrowski and Skorzewski of Kuchary, Chelmo and the village Leszno close to Przasnysz - Krasinski + Garczynski of the Koscierzyna county - Rudnicki with Hutten-Czapski and the Kiedrzynskis: Stefan Czarniecki born ca 1599, General Tadeusz Kosciuszko, Jozef Augustyn Ostrowski, born in 1850 in Maluszyn, Marshal Jozef Pilsudski and the family branch of Kiedrzynski-Konstantynowicz, together with Oskierka, Gizycki, Ilinski, Tadeusz Grabianka, Chrapowicki and Prozor - Templars and the Illuminati, with links to Lasek, Ilinski, Duflon, Konstantynowicz, Nobel, Armand and Lenin. Paszkowski, Fiszer, Axamitowski, Tadeusz Kosciuszko, Horodyski, Szaniawski and Erasmus Mycielski with Armand, Paszkowski, Apolon Konstantynowicz - links to Breguet, Duflon, and Japaridze, Dadiani, Saparow, Dukes Oldenburg and the Romanow of Russia.
In 1865, Leszno close to Przasnysz, belonged to Jan Ostrowski [Jan Leon Ostrowski, 1840-1918, the son of Aleksander Ostrowski, 1810-1896; the grandson of Michal Wojciech Ostrowski, 1782-1847 + Jozefa Potocka, ca 1784-1859; and the great-grandson of Michal Ostrowski, 1738-1805 + Marcjanna Tymowska; and the great-great-grandson of Kazimierz Jan Ostrowski, the Sieradz official, ca 1710-1755.
Above Jozefa Potocka, ca 1784-1859, was the daughter of Aleksander Potocki, 1756-1812 + Teresa Ludwika Hutten-Czapska, ca 1753-1818;
and the granddaughter of Michal August Hutten-Czapski, 1702-1796; and the great-granddaughter of Piotr Hutten-Czapski, younger, b. ca 1677/1680/1685 + Krystyna Dorpowska.
Piotr Hutten-Czapski, was the son of Aleksander Jan Hutten-Czapski, 1658 - 1711; and the grandson of Piotr Czapski older, ca 1580 - died in 1663 + Helena KONARSKA].
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 21 June 2021.


Encyclopedia:
Stefan Czarniecki born ca 1599, General Tadeusz Kosciuszko, Marshal Jozef Pilsudski and the family branch of Kiedrzynski-Konstantynowicz,
together with Oskierka, Gizycki, Ilinski, Tadeusz Grabianka, Chrapowicki and Prozor - Templars and the Illuminati, with links to Lasek, Ilinski, Duflon, Konstantynowicz, Nobel, Armand and Lenin. Paszkowski, Fiszer, Axamitowski, Tadeusz Kosciuszko, Horodyski, Szaniawski and Erasmus Mycielski with Armand, Paszkowski, Apolon Konstantynowicz - links to Breguet, Duflon, and Japaridze, Dadiani, Saparow, Dukes Oldenburg and the Romanow of Russia.
Commander-in-chief of the Polish Army Stefan CZARNIECKI and Molski - Czarnecki / Czarniecki - Zaluskowski - Nostitz-Jackowski - Hutten-Czapski and Kiedrzynski family line:
Krystyna Molska, of Czarnca, nee Czarniecka, bef. 1650 - 1715, was the second wife in 1687/1688 of Adam Molski of Pleszew, and they had
the daughter Anna Molska b. in 1687, married ca 1705 to Jan Kiedrzynski b. 1670/1680,
with the son Andrzej Kiedrzynski of Bieganin and Raszkow, b. ca 1715 married Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska,
the daughter of Jan Nostitz-Jackowski + the 1st wife Teresa ZALUSKOWSKA.
Krystyna Molska, born Czarniecka in 1650, married Adam Molski in 1687 / bef. 1688. Krystyna Czarniecka, widowed in 1687, after death of Andrzej Zaleski of Smarzew, Lieutenant. Adam Molski the 1st married in 1669 to Elzbieta Wazynska died in 1672 / 1680.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 16 June 2021.


Mogilnice of the Milewskis,
[Jan Milewski born in 1778 in Mogilnice, the son of Franciszek Milewski b. ca 1743 + Marianna Bielawska] is a village in the Sztabin commune, within the Augustow County, 11 kilometres west of Sztabin, 23 km south of Augustow;
and 4 km south-west to Jaminy;
3 km south-east to Jaziewo [the link to Inwald close to Wadowice and Andrychow];
12 km north-west to Karpowicze [the family of Jerzy Popieluszko links];
13 north-west to Suchowola.

Dabrowka and Wolka / Wolka Panska close to Poddebice:

Andrzej Nostitz-Jackowski, b. 1748, younger, Colonel in 1794, was the Dabrowka owner - close to Wyrebow, Lipki and Pudlowek;
Wojciech Jackowski, b. 1783, was the leaseholder of named Dabrowka.

Jan Sulimierski, b. 1812, was living in Pudlow [Nowy Pudlow south to Lipki; 2 km south-east to Dabrowka; 5 / 6 km south to Baldrzychow].

Pelagia Chrzanowska was the daughter of Kacper Chrzanowski, 1747/1774/1778 - 1834, lieutenant + Magdalena Marianna Sulimierska, ca 1770 - August 1836 in Wolka Panska / Wolka.
Magdalena Sulimierska was the daughter of Jozef SULIMIERSKI b. ca 1730 / [maybe 1738 or ca] 1740 + Salomea Mogilnicka b. ca 1750.
Konrad Feliks Zablocki, 1804 - 1846 in Lipki, the Baldrzychow parish, the owner of Lipki, and of Borki; in 1835 Zablocki was living in Gozdow, in the WARTA county; his friends were
Teodor Milewski, b. 1797, the owner of Wyrebow;
and Franciszek Jackowski / Franciszek Nostitz-Jackowski, b. 1818, the owner of Dabrowka, nobility confirmed in 1837.

Konrad Feliks ZABLOCKI m. in 1835 in Wyrebow, in the Baldrzychow parish, to Pelagia Konstancja Chrzanowska b. 1814 in WOLKA PANSKA / Wolka, voto Lyszkowska, and she was died in October 1844.
Witnesses in 1835:
Lukasz Chrzanowski, b. 1797, judge in KALISZ,
and Jan Sulimierski, b. 1812, living in Pudlow.
Pelagia Chrzanowski m. second in 1853 to Feliks Niemira.
Konrad Zablocki had a son
Antoni Agaton Zablocki, b. 1837 in Lipki, in the Baldrzychow parish. Godparents: Antoni Czyzewski of Busina, and Antonina Rojek of Bratkow.

Marianna Petronela Myszkowska b. 1761 in Galewice, bpt. in Cieszecin, d. in 1809 in Wyrebow; the godparents - Andrzej Myszkowski, Ewa Myszkowska of Wielun; witnesses - Jan Myszkowski, the official of Wielun; Magdalena Szolowska of Wielun.
Petronela married Lukasz Milewski, the owner of Wyrebow;
Lukasz's friend was Walenty Zablocki, b. 1764, the Wielun governor, the Lipy / Lipnik owner.
Lukasz Milewski, the Slepowron coat of arms, b. ca 1756/1759, d. in 1832 in Wyrebow.
His friend was Wojciech Nostitz-Jackowski, b. 1781 / 1792, the Dabrowka owner, and Wojciech's brother - Michal NOSTITZ-Jackowski, born in 1782, the owner of DABROWKA close to Poddebice
- here Michal was living with above brother Wojciech Nostitz-Jackowski b. in 1781 / 1792.

Wojciech Jan Nostitz-Jackowski was the son of Andrzej Jackowski younger, born in 1748 + Anna Dembinska b. ca 1760, died in 1819;
the grandson of Andrzej Jackowski, older, the 1st, b. ca 1730,
the great-grandson of
Jan Jackowski / Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670/1680 + 3rd wife Anna Lukomski.

The genealogy of Anna Dembinska Jackowska / Anna Nostitz-Jackowska, b. ca 1760, died in 1819, came to the Andrychow district, with the links to Cardinal Karol Wojtyla {and the Michalow-Klemensow estate of the Zamoyskis}, General Miroslaw Milewski {and the fate of Priest Jerzy Popieluszko in the Suchowola commune} and General Czeslaw Kiszczak in Roczyny {closest friend of General Wojciech Jaruzelski - the links to Kalisz and Hutten-Czapski intermarried to Jaruzelski, Karwat in Tczew-Wabrzezno-Wichulec area; and the Karwat-Bardzki-Kiedrzynski branch came from Raszkow and Bieganin, together with Nostitz-Jackowski - Zaluskowski in the Chelmza district}.

Antoni Dembinski (1705 - 1781, Gniewiecin, 25 km north to Miechow), the son of Jan Jozef Dembinski b. ca 1670. Antoni Dembinski was the owner of Roczyny
[Czeslaw Kiszczak family here: Czeslaw Kiszczak was born in 1925, in Roczyny, the son of a struggling farmer who was fired as a steelworker because of his communist affiliation / Soviet net],
Twierdza [4 / 5 km north-east to Wieprz; 8 km north-east to Andrychow; 8 km north-west to Wadowice],
and
Wieprz [Twierdza-Wieprz village, 5 km north to Andrychow; 6 km north-east to Bulowice; 5 km north-west to INWALD] close to Andrychow.
Antoni Dembinski married to Anna Petkowska; and 2nd to Zofia Strus b. ca 1725, the daughter of Marcin Strus b. ca 1680 + ca 1700 to unknown b. ca 1680, the daughter of the official of Gostynin, b. ca 1650;
with daughters:
Anna Dembinska [m. 1st Nostitz-Jackowska] b. 1760;
Teresa Dembinska Piatkowski;
Elzbieta Dembinska Faruchowicz.

Anna Dembinska b. ca 1760, m. 2nd to Wincenty Sedzimir of Szczytniki b. ca 1760, the guardian of Antoni Dembinski. Wincenty was living in 1815 - 1818 in Podolin. Antoni Dembinski b. ca 1705, d. in 1781 in Gniewiecin. Antoni owned Roczyny close to Andrychow, and of Twierdza with Wieprz near to Andrychow. Antoni m. 2nd in 1751 to Zofia Strus, the daughter of Anna Dobinska STRUS, the owner of Gniewiecin. Her daughter was named Anna Dembinska m. 2nd to Wincenty Sedzimir of Szczytniki. Mentioned Podolin is a village in the Moszczenica commune, within the Piotrkow County, 17 km north of Piotrkow Trybunalski, 19 km west to Wolka Krzykowska, 6 km south-west to CZARNOCIN - here in 1815, inf. on Stanislaw Zareba and Jozef Madalinski, Captain, who was living in Kotliny in the Piotrkow Trybunalski county, 6 km south-east to Brojce, and 7 km north to CZARNOCIN, where was my mother's genealogical line conection to the Skora family of Krery and Chelmo close to Przedborz under care of the Skorzewski-Ostrowski branch. Wojciech Krzyzanowski, b. 1737 in Czarnocin, Count of Czarnocin + Wiktoria MALACHOWSKA b. 1742.
Jan Jozef Dembinski b. ca 1670, was the brother to Antoni Dembinski older [1665 - aft. 1728], the owner of Szczytniki [Szczytniki is a village in the Kalisz County, 20 kilometres south-east of Kalisz; 5 km south-west to Staw Kaliski; 9 km south to Oszczeklin; 9 km north-west to BLASZKI], and they were the sons of Ludwik Dembinski (1630 - 1687), the son of Krzysztof Dembinski.

Wojciech Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. 1781, was the son of Andrzej Jackowski younger, born in 1748 + Anna Dembinska died in 1819; the grandson of Andrzej Jackowski, older, the 1st, b. ca 1730, the great-grandson of Jan Jackowski / Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670/1680 + 3rd wife Anna Lukomski.

Kasper Chrzanowski b. ca 1747 [1774 ?] / 1778, the Polish lieutenant = Kacper Chrzanowski died in January 1834:
Konrad Feliks Zablocki, 1804 - 1846 in Lipki, the Baldrzychow parish, the owner of Lipki, and of Borki; in 1835 Zablocki was living in Gozdow, in the WARTA county; his friends were
Teodor Milewski, b. 1797, the owner of Wyrebow;
and Franciszek Jackowski / Franciszek Nostitz-Jackowski, b. 1818, the owner of Dabrowka [1 km south-east to Wyrebow; 2 km south-west to LIPKI; 6 km south-west to BALDRZYCHOW; 10 km south-west to PODDEBICE], nobility confirmed in 1837.

Konrad Feliks ZABLOCKI m. in 1835 in Wyrebow, in the Baldrzychow parish, to Pelagia Konstancja Chrzanowska b. 1814 in WOLKA PANSKA / Wolka close to Poddebice, voto Lyszkowska, and she was died in October 1844. Witnesses in 1835:
Lukasz Chrzanowski, b. 1797, judge in KALISZ,
and
Jan Sulimierski, b. 1812, living in Pudlow [Nowy Pudlow south to Lipki; 2 km south-east to Dabrowka; 5 / 6 km south to Baldrzychow].
Pelagia Chrzanowska was the daughter of Kacper Chrzanowski, 1747/1774/1778 - 1834, lieutenant + Magdalena Marianna Sulimierska, ca 1770 - August 1836 in Wolka Panska / Wolka.

Baldrzychow, in the Poddebice commune, in the 15th century like Beldrzykow, then Baldricow or Baldrzikow; 4 km south-west to Poddebice.
Baldrichow, was the estate together with Dabrowka Szadkowska and Zagorzyce, in the Beldrzychow parish, the SZADEK county.

Wolka Panska = Wolka:
7 kilometres south of Poddebice and 34 km west of LODZ;
7 km south-east to Baldrzychow,
close to Gora Baldrzychowska.

Kraszyn - 14 km south-west of Poddebice.

CHODAKI is situated 4 km south to Zerniki;
6 km south to Pudlowek;
9 km south-east to Dabrowka;
13 km south to BALDRZYCHOW.

Franciszka Weronika Chrzanowska b. March 1796, married Wojciech Jan Nepomucen Nostitz-Jackowski in 1819 in Wolka Panska. Wojciech Jan Nepomucen Jackowski, 1781-1838, the son of Andrzej Jackowski the 2nd, b. 1748 [Andrzej Nostitz-Jackowski the 2nd, b. 1748, was the son of Andrzej Nostitz-Jackowski the 1st born ca 1730; the grandson of Jan Jackowski b. ca 1670/1680] + Anna Dembinska died in 1819.

Izabela Helena Chrzanowska b. 1795 in Zerniki, 3 km south to Pudlowek, 8 kilometres north-east of Zadzim, 12 km south of Poddebice + in September 1823 in Niemyslow, 4 km west to Porczyny, 8 km west to Baldrzychow - to Teodor Hubert Marcin Milewski b. 1797 in Porczyny, 8 km south-west to Poddebice; d. after 1837;
the son of Lukasz Milewski, ca 1767 - after 1823, the owner of Wyrebow + Marianna Petronela Myszkowska b. 1761 in the Cieszecin parish, d. before 1823.
The wedding in 1823 in Niemyslow:
Teodor Hubert Marcin Milewski, was living in Wyrebow in the Beldrzychow / BALDRZYCHOW parish, m. Izabela Helena Chrzanowska, living in Wolka / Wolka Panska, the daughter of Kasper Chrzanowski / Gacper Chrzanowski, Colonel + Maria Magdalena Sulimirski, the leaseholders of Wolka / Wolka Panska close to Poddebice.

Magdalena de Pasis Maria Chrzanowska (born Sulimierska), 1770/1780 - 1834 / bef. 1837, married to Kasper Chrzanowski b. ca 1747 [1774 ?] / 1778, the Polish lieutenant, the owner of Wolka Panska.
Lukasz Milewski b. ca 1756 + Petronela Myszkowska b. 1761 in GALEWICE, had above named son Teodor Milewski / Teodor Hubart Marcin Milewski, b. 1797 + in 1823 in Niemyslow to Izabela Helena Chrzanowska, b. in 1802 in Zerniki.

Izabela Chrzanowska b. 1802 came from Jakub Chrzanowski b. ca 1690 and this is the branch of Kacper Chrzanowski [ca 1780 - bef. 1837] + Magdalena Maria Sulimierska, ca 1780 - bef. 1837].
KASPER + Magdalena had a daughter Izabela MILEWSKA nee Chrzanowska;
and the son Konrad Jozefat Chrzanowski b. in 1813 in Wolka Panska / Wolka + in 1837 in Wieruszow to Tekla Kornelia Klodzinska b. ca 1813 in Busina, in the Szadkow county, the daughter of Wojciech Klodzinski + Lucja Myszkowska.

And now we back to the southern Poland:
Czaniec - 5 km south to BULOWICE;
4 km south-west to ROCZYNY;
5 km west to Andrychow and
10 km west to mentioned Inwald; 18 km west to above Wadowice;
and 14 / 15 km east to LIPNIK [now in eastern Bielsko-Biala]; 18 / 19 km north-east to Cyganski Las / Gypsy Forest
[southern part of Bielsko-Biala: the Zelazo / Iron action of General Miroslaw Milewski - and General Milewski acted for Red Army in the Augustow county {2007-2021 the nerks of this district acted around me at the West} in 1944-1945, the Bialystok province {Michalow / Wimborne 92} in 1945 until April 1955, Suwalki-Olecko-Raczki {Samuelson / Summers - the link to Anna Tymieniecka and Leopold Kronenberg} area {Kingston 81}. General Miroslaw Milewski was involved in death of Priest Popieluszko in Wloclawek {in 1985/1990 General Milewski was accused of Popieluszko's death in the area Bydgoszcz-Torun-Wloclawek - compare General Nowek in Bydgoszcz and Torun aft. 2002}: this is area of Wloclawek-Chocen-Brzesc Kujawski-Lipnik with M. I. Wojtczak, Lech Walesa, Leszek Balcerowicz and Pola Negri, the Kielczewski family and Dambski].

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. Helena's family line has beginning from Jan Czapski b. ca 1610/1620, who had a brother Stanislaw Hutten-Czapski + Leska. Anna Leska Czapska in 1645, sold Smetowo to hands of [with the town Nowe], her next-of-kin Jan Czapski. Jan Hutten-Czapski b. ca 1610/1620,
was the son of
Marcin Hutten Czapski, b. ca 1575 [Marcin's brother was Piotr Czapski, 1580-1655 + Helena Konarska],
the grandson of
Juliusz Hutten-Czapski b. ca 1550 + Helena Wierzbowski.

Above Marcin Czapski b. ca 1575, was the owner of Smetowo in the Lalkowa parish in 1595, m. Bakowska with sons and 3 daughters:
1.
Stanislaw Hutten-Czapski + Leska.
2.
mentioned Jan Hutten-Czapski b. ca 1610/1620.

Juliusz Hutten Czapski + Helena Wierzbowska, had a son Marcin Hutten Czapski.
Marcin Czapski was the owner of Smetowo in the Lalkowa parish from 1595. Marcin Czapski married Bakowska, with a sons and 3 daughters:
1.
Stanislaw Hutten Czapski + Anna Leska. No children.
2.
Jan Hutten Czapski b. 1610/1620, and from Jan Czapski we have link to the Ostrzeszow in 1789 - Wielun [Wladyslaw Czapski b. 1835, bpt. in Wielun; the son of Ignacy Czapski b. 1802 in Raszkow of the Kiedrzynskis; the grandson of Jan Czapski of Ostrzeszow b. ca 1765. Jan b. ca 1765 was the brother to Helena Hutten Czapska b. 1762, the wife of Izydor Kiedrzynski of Jedlno. Helena Czapska m. ca 1782 but in Ostrzeszow in 1789 she was witness with her maiden name Czapska] and Raszkow in 1802 [Julianna Arnold nee Kiedrzynska the godmother], branch.

Jan Hutten Czapski b. ca 1610/1620 was POW in Sweden in 1655-1660.
Jan b. ca 1610/1620, married twice: the 1st Anna with 7 sons - and with the 2nd wife Helena was the son Wladyslaw Hutten Czapski.
Helena Czapska died in 1682, and left Smetowko.

Jan's sons:
1.
Jerzy Hutten Czapski, b. bef. 1655, m. Marianna Trzebinska, with a son
Wawrzyniec Hutten Czapski.
Jerzy Czapski with his brother Aleksander Czapski took Smetowo; Jerzy in 1682 took also Smetowko. In 1682 Jerzy paid tax from Smetowo. Jerzy Czapski died in 1729. Smetowko took his son Wawrzyniec Hutten Czapski with his wife Anna Radomska, and then Smetowko was sold.
2.
Wojciech Czapski + Maria Kossowska;
3.
Marcjan Hutten Czapski died with all family in 1712;
4.
Michal Hutten Czapski moved home to Ukraina, m. Drohojowska;

5.
Aleksander Hutten Czapski, b. ca 1660, the GDANSK governor, m. twice: 1st to Aleksandra Laszewska; the second to Anna Bialachowska.
Aleksander Czapski took the part of Smetowo, in 1729 all the estate of Smetowo; he had also Luchowo, Czerwinsk, Opalenie and Smazewo. Aleksander with Anna had 5 sons and 3 daughters.
Aleksander's son - Jan Czapski was Colonel;
next son - Maciej Czapski, major;
Piotr Hutten Czapski, Captain, the Pommerania official, took Smetowo, Luchowo, Czerwinsk, Opalenie and Smazewo,
Michal Czapski was Lieutenant, the Malbork governor,
last son Aleksander Czapski junior, was (1734-1741) the Przemysl bishop, in 1741-1751 the Kujawy bishop, born in 1682, d. in 1751. And one more son of Aleksander was MATEUSZ CZAPSKI b. ca 1680.

Walenty Hutten Czapski b. 1729, was the son of Mateusz Czapski b. ca 1680, and Marianna Ludwika Hutten Czapska b. ca 1700.
Marianna Hutten-Czapska died in 1733.
Mateusz Hutten Czapski b. ca 1680, was the son of Aleksander Hutten Czapski, the Gdansk governor, b. ca 1660, d. in 1691 [or aft. 1729] + Bialachowska.

Aleksander Czapski had the brother Jakub Hutten Czapski b. ca 1660 + Konstancja Balinski, living in Golebiewko, 5 km north-east to the Radzyn Chelminski parish. In 1688, Jakub Czapski m. 2nd Konstancja Balinska in Zakrzewo in the Radzyn Chelminski parish, with witnesses:
Sebastian Czapski [b. aft. 1610 - d. 1699], the Malbork official of Dabrowka.

Walenty Aleksander Hutten Czapski was the son of above Piotr Czapski, and took Opalenie.

Aleksander with named Anna had 3 daughters:
Marianna, the nun in Zukowo,
Zofia von Olse,
Katarzyna Lewinska.
Them father Aleksander Hutten Czapski was the Wenden official.

6.
Jakub Hutten Czapski, the Chelmno official, m. 1st Marianna Brzezinski in 1678 in Radzyn Chelminski, with a son born in 1686 -
Franciszek Czapski.
Marianna Brzezinska Czapska d. 1686/1687.
Jakub Czapski m. 2nd to Konstancja Balinski, with the son
younger Marcin Czapski b. in 1690, who was married Urszula Dorpowski, with 2 sons:
among others Piotr Hutten Czapski + Wesierska with children.
Jakub Czapski + Marianna Brzezinska had a daughter born in 1682 ie. Katarzyna Czapska, b. in Golebiewko in the Radzyn Chelminski parish.

7.
Wladyslaw Hutten Czapski, was the son of the 2nd wife of Jan Czapski, ie. Helena. Wladyslaw married twice:
with the 1st wife was the son Piotr Czapski, the monk;
with the 2nd wife Kossowska, were the sons: Aleksander Czapski and Jan Czapski.

8.
Marcin Hutten Czapski, the son of Jan Hutten Czapski b. ca 1610/1620. Marcin was the Wenden official, was born ca 1650/1655, but not ca 1640. Marcin Czapski married Teresa Goslawska, the daughter of Andrzej Goslawski + Marianna Wojnowski.
Teresa was the widow after death of her 1st husband Jan Zawadzki, d. in 1687.
Marcin Czapski had the son Jan Hutten Czapski younger, b. 1688, the Wenden official.
Marcin Hutten Czapski had the son Jan Czapski younger [b. ca 1680 or in 1688] with the wife Rozalia Bagniewska.
Jan Czapski younger b. 1688, had the son Jozef Hutten Czapski b. ca 1700 or in 1709.

Jozef Hutten Czapski b. ca 1700/1709, d. in 1736 [or aft. 1742], married Ostrowicka, and they had children:
Antoni Hutten Czapski b. 1723/1726,
Jakub Czapski,
Joanna Czapska.

Jan Hutten Czapski b. 1688 + Rozalia Bagniewska, had the second son Jerzy Czapski b. ca 1723/1726, and Jerzy Czapski took the Wenden office. Jerzy Czapski m. Konstancja Plaskowska of Brodnica.

We know also on the Jewish family Czapski, probably with the surname from the Hutten-Czapski family of Ostrzeszow, Raszkow, Glogowa, Wielun. It was polonised Jew family since the 50's of the 18th century, maybe the Frankists.

Jacob Czapski b. 1830 in Kozmin Wielkopolski, d. in 1887 in Kozmin Wielkopolski, the son of Salomon Czapski [in 1846-1852, the owner of Skrzypnia in the Czermin commune] and Genendel Gertrud.
Above Genendel Gertrud Czapski nee Radt, b. in 1791, d. in Poznan, the daughter of Meier Radt and Golde. Meier Radt b. in 1755 in Kalisz, d. in 1836 in Kozmin Wielkopolski. Above Golde Radt nee Matthias b. 1766. Above Meier Radt was the son of Itzig Radt b. 1720.
Mentioned Salomon Czapski b. 1785, d. in Kozmin, the son of Menachem Czapski / Menachem Moses Czapski b. 1744 in Kozmin Wielkopolski,
and Staffan Quensel looking for ancestors of Eugenie Czapski, come from Poznan. Magnus and Simon Czapski owned several manor houses in Old Obra and Racendow in the Kotlin commune.
Jakub Miaskowski, in 1723 sold Korzkwy and the part of Skrzypno to Jan Niemojewski of Szarlej close to Inowroclaw. Jan Niemojewski was living in Racendow, office in Kalisz, in 1723 m. Julianna Miaskowska (1690-1755).
Jan Niemojewski b. ca 1690, was the son of
Bartlomiej Niemojewski, 1640-1696, m. Helena Bieniewska / Helena Pruszak Bieniewska, the daughter of Krzysztof Pruszak Bieniewski and Barbara. The wife of Bartlomiej Niemojewski b. ca 1640, and 2nd of Jan Mierzewski.
Bartlomiej was the son of Wojciech Niemojewski of Konin, b. ca 1600, inf. in Kcynia in 1669, married Marianna Dembinska;
the grandson of Wawrzyniec Niemojewski b. ca 1560, and Barbara SPLAWSKA.
The great-grandson of Jakub Niemojewski b. ca 1528, and Elzbieta CHRZASTOWSKI.
Jakub Niemojewski, ca 1528 - ca 1587, was the son of Mikolaj Niemojewski + unknown;
Mikolaj Niemojewski b. ca 1495, d. ca 1544, the son of Bartlomiej Niemojewski b. ca 1470, and Barbara Chomiaska.

Jan Niemojewski b. ca 1690, d. in 1746, married Julianna Miaskowska, the daughter of Franciszek MIASKOWSKI + Franciszka Grodzicka.

In Skrzypnia, the Czermin commune, the owners:
1713-1723, Jan Miaskowski and Jakub Miaskowski; and also Piotr Antoni Sokolnicki;
in 1723-1743, Jan Niemojewski with Julianna Miaskowska; and also with Piotr Antoni Sokolnicki;
then Franciszek Snicinski and Franciszek Ksawery Sokolnicki, Michal Moraczewski d. 1775;
1789 - Jozef Kielczewski;
Ignacy Pagowski + Antonina Skorzewska;
1793-1798, Tekla Pagowska, m. Franciszek Swinarski;
in 1846, Salomon Czapski, Jew or Frankist;
in 1852-1865, Julius Casar Thielemann Kirschstein.

In 1722, in the court in Kalisz, Jan Niemojewski, the son of Bartlomiej Niemojewski + Helena Pruszak Bieniewski; and Jadwiga Jarczewska / Jaraczewska, the daughter of Jan Jaraczewski + Anna Kurdowski.

Aft 1750, named Racendow belonged to Wladyslaw Zielinski + Aleksandra Chlebowska, with 2 daughters and 2 sons: Ignacy and Franciszek. In 1775 the lady-owner Chlebowska.
Then to Mikolaj Chlebowski (1700-1757), m. Anna Swiniarska.
Swiniarska m. 2nd Maciej Krzycki, with the daughter Weronika Krzycka, twice widowed, in 1784 aft. Mycielski and Stefan Garczynskim (1730-1773), Royal General.
1792, Weronika Krzycki Garczynska sold Racendowo / Racendow to her son Franciszek Garczynski.
Weronika with Stefan Garczynski had two children:
Eleonora Garczynska;
Franciszek Garczynski died in 1812 + Weronika Apolonia Mycielska, 1774-1828 and she was 2voto Ignacy Karol Ludwik Delius.

Franciszek Garczynski had two children:
Jan Nepomucen Garczynski, 1795-1831, m. Jozefa Milkowska, 1805-1841;
and Bonawentura Garczynski.

Racendow is a village in the Kotlin commune, within the Jarocin County, 8 / 9 km north to Orpiszewek of the Kiedrzynskis and the Pradzynskis, and 7 kilometres north of Kotlin, 11 km east of Jarocin, 7 km north-west to CZERMIN; 6 km north-east to WYSZKI of Erasmus Mycielski, conspirator.

Mycielski Erazm (1769-1800), Colonel, activist of the Kosciuszko Insurrection in 1794 and of The Polish Republicans Society, was born probably in Kamieniec Podolski.
Co-operated with Dzialynski in the autumn of 1793 in Grodno. Erazm was already in a plot of officers of the Warsaw garrison with Jan Henryk Dabrowski, against entering Prussian army. He was a member of the lodge 'Temple of Isis' and probably joined the underground in the autumn of 1793. Co-founder of the underground plot in 1794 and activist of the Kosciuszko Insurrection. In 1795 he managed the Great Poland underground club in Poznan. In 1796, Erazm Mycielski was associated with the Lviv Centralization. After the March arrests of 1794 and Erazm entered the new body of the reborn conspiracy, the so-called Civil and Military Council.
Jozef Wybicki, as well as Jan Kilinski, assessed very high the activity of Mycielski Erazm.
In the autumn 1794 Erazm moved to the PLESZEW county:
Wyszki - 17 km north-west to PLESZEW; 4 km north-west to KOTLIN; 11 km north to DOBRZYCA; 8 km north-west to ORPISZEWEK of JAKUB Kiedrzynski.
And in Magnuszewice - 4 km west to KOTLIN; 6 km north-west to Orpiszewek.

Melchior Pradzynski + Kiedrzynska had the son Andrzej Pradzynski, 1794-1872, born in KOWALEW / Kowalewo close to Pleszew, and 5 km east to ORPISZEWEK; close to Lutynia, Fabianow and KOTLIN.
Died in 1872 in Zerkowo / ZERKOW close to Nowe Miasto by the WARTA river, and north to Jarocin, north-west to PLESZEW.

CHODAKI:
Jozef MADALINSKI, b. 1774
[Jozef Wawrzyniec Kajetan MADALINSKI b. 1774, the owner of Kraszyn - 1 km south to Wierzchy; and Chodaki - 4 km south-east to Wierzchy, 6 kilometres east of Zadzim, 13 km south of Poddebice, 14 km north to SZADEK],
died after 1809, Captain in 1809, m. Julianna Bogdanska, the 1st voto JAKUB Kiedrzynski.

Orpiszewek
is a village in the Kotlin commune, within the Jarocin County.
Orpiszewek was owned by Jakub Kiedrzynski (d. in 1798). Jakub had Fabianow also. Jakub Kiedrzynski was the Kalisz official and judge here. Jakub Kiedrzynski was the brother of Izydor Kiedrzynski - my family line - and of Dorota Madalinska Psarska.
Jakub's family came from Kiedrzyn - at present a north district in Czestochowa. Jakub and Izydor were the sons of Andrzej Kiedrzynski + Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska. Andrzej was the owner of Bieganin and Raszkow. Jakub Kiedrzynski was three times married:
to Brygida Bardzka, 1voto Owidiusz Walknowski, the owner of Bialezyce - in the Wrzesnia commune - the daughter of Wojciech BARDZKI + Teresa Kozminska; the 2nd Jakub Kiedrzynski married to Julianna Bogdanska, the daughter of
Andrzej BOGDANSKI b. in 1715 in Miedzianow, d. in 1791 + Elzbieta Malachowska, d. aft. 1791 [Elzbieta had a sister Franciszka Malachowska],
the daughter of
Marcin Malachowski d. in 1763 + in 1731 to Marianna Bielicka died in 1774 in Sobotka close to Bieganin.

Marcin's brother was Jan Franciszek Malachowski + Dorota POTOCKA, the daughter of MARCIN POTOCKI + Anna WAZYNSKA.

FABIANOW:
is a village in the Nowe Skalmierzyce commune, within the Ostrow Wielkopolski County, 4 kilometres west of Skalmierzyce, 16 km east of Ostrow Wielkopolski; 7 km south-east to SZCZURY.

Mentioned Stefan Garczynski, ca 1730 - 1773, the son of Stefan older, and Zofia Tucholka.

Niechanowo - 14 km south-east to GNIEZNO:
in 1740, Dzialynski sold the estate Niechanowo to hands of Count Henryk Bruhl. Main manager - Onufry BREZA!

In 1763 - Niechanowo was sold to Franciszek Skorzewski and Marianna Skorzewski nee CIECIERSKA.
Compare - in Niechanowo the GARCZYNSKI family. Niechanowo - the core of Pradzynski, Krasicki and Garczynski - Skorzewski conspiracy - the line to Kiedrzynski, Nostitz-Jackowski, Ciecierski.
the Skorzewskis were owners of Margonin [east of Chodziez] and Lubostron [18 km north-east to ZNIN].

Garczynski of Zbaszyn took the NIECHANOWO estate in 1789; until 1805.
Then bought by Katarzyna Mielzynski, a widow from CHOBIENICE.

SYLWIA PRADZYNSKA was the sister of GENERAL IGNACY PRADZYNSKI, and he was relatives to my family, the Kiedrzynskis in Wilkowo Polskie and in Wola Wiazowa.

Kunegunda KRASICKI CIECIERSKA corresponded with FRYDERYK II [1712-1786] of Prussia, who was the friend of Marianna Skorzewska nee Ciecierska - her sister.

AUGUSTYN GORZENSKI was married to Aleksandra Skorzewska, b. 1757, died in 1801, the daughter of Franciszek Andrzej Skorzewski. Franciszek's Skorzewski foster son was Fryderyk Wilhelm Jozef Andrzej Skorzewski, b. 1768 in BERLIN, married to Antonina Adelajda Garczynska, b. 1767/1770, d. 1824.

Antonina Adelajda Garczynska, b. 1767/1770, d. 1824, was the daughter of STEFAN GARCZYNSKI, junior, b. 1730 in Poznan, died in ?, but NOT in December 1773 + the 1st wife Weronika KRZYCKA, the daughter of Maciej Krzycki.

BRYGIDA BARDZKA Walknowska had with JAKUB Kiedrzynski the daughters:
among others Juliana Konstancja Kiedrzynska ARNOLD, b. 1770/1772 in Sobotka, married 2nd in 1798, to Jan Arnold, 1751/1758-1840, the owner of Pecherzow.
Juljanna Kiedrzynski [2nd], b. ca 1770 / or in 1772-1811, was 1st married Ruszkowska, widowed, the owner of Wierzchoslaw / Wierzchoslawice. Witness Maciej Bogdanski, official in KALISZ.
Jan ARNOLD leased - in 1789 - from Weronika Garczynska nee KRZYCKA, the wife of General Stefan Garczynski, JUNIOR - Gostkowo.

Gostkowo is a village 11 km north-east of Torun.

Above Jan / Jan Antoni Arnold was the owner of Raszkow, and of Pecherzew.

Pecherzow / PECHERZEW - 8 km north-east to Turek and 19 km north to DOBRA.

Jan Arnold was born in 1751/1758, widowed bef. 1798.
Jan was married in Oct. 1798 to Julianna Kiedrzynska, born 1772 or in 1770, widowed bef. 1798 after the death of her husband Ruszkowski [marriage ca 1790 - 1796], and she was the owner of Wierzchoslaw / Wierzchoslawice. Julianna was born in 1772 in the Sobotka parish, close to Raszkow.

Sobotka - 17 km north-east to RASZKOW; 4 km south-west to KARSY of Bona Kiedrzynska.

Julianna Arnold Ruszkowska Kiedrzynska had the daughter Teofila Domicela Arnold, in April 1801 in the Raszkow parish.
Jan Arnold, the son of Maciej Arnold and Bogumila, was the leaseholder of Raszkow in 1802 from Helena Kiedrzynska, widowed after death of her husband in Jedlno, Izydor Kiedrzynski, my branch.
Julianna Arnold Ruszkowska Kiedrzynska had the next daughter Helena Arnold, b. in Piaski in May 1802 [Piaski, 4 km north to Ostrow Wielkopolski of the Radziwills];
and the son Mateusz Jozef Arnold, in September 1803 in the Raszkow parish.

General Stefan Garczynski junior, m. Weronika Krzycka, with 4 sons:
Franciszek Garczynski, lieutenant;
Antoni;
Nepomucen Garczynski;
Stefan Garczynski, the 3rd.

General Major Stefan Garczynski junior was the 3rd son of Stefan Garczynski SENIOR [see below on different inf.], the Poznan governor + TUCHOLKA.
Stefan junior married Weronika KRZYCKA, died ca 1791. Weronika Garczynska / Krzycka / Weronika Mycielska, was the daughter of Maciej Krzycki and Anna Swiniarska.

TADEUSZ GARCZYNSKI = Adam Wenant Alojzy Tadeusz Garczynski von Rautenberg, Count, 1791 - 1863,
the son of
General, adjutant, Stefan GARCZYNSKI [junior, b. 1730 in Poznan, died in ? but NOT in December 1773] + Anna Skorzewska.
The grandson of
Edward Garczynski [b. ca 1710 ?] and Katarzyna RADOLINSKA.
The great-grandson of
Stefan Garczynski, SENIOR, b. 1690 in POZNAN, died in 1755 in Zbaszyn + Zofia TUCHOLKA.
The great-great-grandson of
Damian Kazimierz Garczynski, b. ca 1644 in Leszno, d. 1711 in Zbaszyn,
and Damian Garczynski was the son of
Samson Garczynski + Barbara Marianna.

DAMIAN GARCZYNSKI was the husband of Anna RADOMICKA and Ludwika LESZCZYNSKA.

Stefan Garczynski JUNIOR was the son or the grandson of Stefan Garczynski, SENIOR and Zofia Tucholek, b. ca 1715 in Poznan, d. ca 1759.
ZOFIA was the daughter of Jan Franciszek Ignacy Tucholka, Jr. and Marianna.
ZOFIA nee Tucholek / Tucholka was the sister of Barbara Mieroslawska
[1700 - 1731, the daughter of Jan Franciszek Ignacy Tucholka, Jr., and Marianna.
Wife of Franciszek Mieroslawski
{the son of Hiacynt Mikolaj Mieroslawski and WOLSKA. The grandson of of Jan Mieroslawski and Dorota GUROWSKA};
Sister of Zofia Garczynska];
Katarzyna Laszewska;
Teofila Korytowska
and Ignacy Tucholka.

Weronika KRZYCKA, born ca 1735, died 1810 or she was died ca 1791, m. 1st Garczynska, was the daughter of Maciej Krzycki and Anna Swiniarska. She was 2nd married to Maciej Mycielski, died ca 1763.
Weronika was the mother of Stefan Garczynski b. ca 1770;
and of Antonina Skorzewska b. in 1770.

Ca 1785 RACENDOW bought Marcus Cohn and Magnus Czapski, both Jews.
In 1792, Weronika Krzycki Garczynska sold Racendowo to her son Franciszek Garczynski [until ca 1796].
Above Weronika Krzycka m. Maciej Mycielski in 1751. She died after 1792. Maciej Mycielski died in 1763.

The Czapskis have been among the first so called naturalized Jews aft. 1750 in the Kotlin commune and Kozmin Wielkopolski. They have been related with the Radt, Kantorowicz, Friedlander, Herz, Cohn, Lewinsohn and Goldenring families. In Poznan, Magnus Czapski was a member of the city council, deputy chairman of the Chamber of Commerce.
Salomon Czapski was born in 1785, to Menachem Moses Czapski and Chaje. Menachem was born in 1744, in Kozmin Wielkopolski.
In Raszkow, Count Skorzewski supported Jew community. In 1839 in Raszkow a Casino was in the story of Goldring. Ca 1905 acted here Maritz Czapski; and Menachem Mendel Landau in 1867-1909 in Raszkow; and co-owners of the Parisien bank, Wolfsohn and Frank.

And now we look at the genealogy of Ignacy Hutten-Czapski b. in Raszkow in 1802 and on his father Jan Hutten Czapski b. ca 1765 and acted in Ostrzeszow in 1789-1790:
they came from Jozef Hutten Czapski b. ca 1700/1709, the son of mentioned Jan Czapski b. ca 1680/1688 - d. in 1736 / bef. 1742. Jozef Hutten Czapski b. ca 1700/1709, d. in 1736, married Ostrowicka.

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 Raszkow ca 1802.

Jan Czapski b. ca 1765 was the son of Antoni Hutten Czapski b. ca 1723/1726. They came from Jan Hutten Czapski b. 1610/1620, and from Jan Czapski we have link to the Ostrzeszow in 1789 - Wielun [Wladyslaw Czapski b. 1835, bpt. in Wielun; the son of Ignacy Czapski b. 1802 in Raszkow of the Kiedrzynskis; the grandson of Jan Czapski of Ostrzeszow b. ca 1765.
Jan b. ca 1765 was the brother to Helena Hutten Czapska b. 1762, the wife of Izydor Kiedrzynski of Jedlno. Helena Czapska m. ca 1782 but in Ostrzeszow in 1789 she was witness with her maiden name Czapska] and Raszkow in 1802 [Julianna Arnold nee Kiedrzynska the godmother], branch.

Antoni Hutten Czapski was born ca 1723. Antoni Czapski had a sibilings: Jakub and Joanna.

In 1765, Antoni Czapski, b. ca 1723,
the son of Jozef Hutten Czapski b. ca 1700/1709,
and the grandson of Jan Hutten Czapski b. 1688,
sold the part of Bobrowa / Bobrowo [10 km north-west to Brodnica], to Jan Lewald Jezierski.

Antoni Hutten-Czapski b. ca 1723/1726 was the son of Jozef Czapski, b. ca 1700/1709. Jozef had a brother Jerzy Czapski b. ca 1695. Jozef Czapski died in or bef. 1736. Jozef Czapski b. ca 1700/1709, had also a son Jan Czapski b. ca 1725. In 1778, above Jan Czapski died, the son of Jozef Czapski.


Encyclopedia:
This webpage is about:
Chocen close to Kowal; Trzebin close to Walkow and Kozmin Wielkopolski. With the link among Walknowski, Bardzki, Kozuchowski, Billewicz and Pilsudski; Bardzki, Mielzynski, Kiedrzynski, Arnold, Wolowski and Pradzynski; Pradzynski with Sulimierski and Krasicki; Krasicki with Malachowski and Rzeczycki; Pilsudski, Onyszkiewicz, Karwat, Hutten-Czapski and Kiedrzynski with Jaruzelski; Karwat with Bardzki; Nostitz-Jackowski with Dukes Swiatopelk-Mirski, Kiedrzynski, Skorzewski, Orbeliani, Dadiani, Rodys, Findeisen, Zieleniewski. Nostitz-Jackowski with Kczewski, Wybicki, Kruszynski, Kalkstein, Niemojewski, Garczynski and Tusk. Walesa and Sapieha, Dabski, Findeisen, Kronenberg, Lowenstein, Obama net; Nostitz-Jackowski, Pstrokonski, Arcichowski, Hutten-Czapski with Kiedrzynski. Konstantynowicz, Soltan, Piottuch-Kublicki, Szumski, Bouvier, Stanislaw Radziwill, with Oskierka, Gizycki, Ilinski, Tadeusz Grabianka, Chrapowicki and Prozor - Templars and the Illuminati, with links to Lasek, Ilinski, Duflon, Konstantynowicz, Nobel, Armand and Lenin.
Paszkowski, Fiszer, Axamitowski, Tadeusz Kosciuszko, Horodyski, Szaniawski and Erasmus Mycielski with Armand, Paszkowski, Apolon Konstantynowicz - links to Breguet, Duflon, and Japaridze, Dadiani, Saparow, Dukes Oldenburg and the Romanow of Russia.
Ilowiecki, Arnold, Neyman of Opalenica and Kiedrzynski in Raszkow, Przybyslawice, Glogowa, Pogrzybow, Bieganin, Orpiszewek and in Boryslawice close to Blaszki; Chocen close to Kowal; Trzebin close to Walkow and Kozmin Wielkopolski.
With the link among Baranowo close to Ostroleka, Krasne close to Przasnysz, Sedziszow Malopolski and Ostrow Wielkopolski to Czacz near to Wilkowo Polskie and Wielichowo.
Neyman, Jaraczewski, Oppeln-Bronikowski with Karwat of Wichulec close to Brodnica and Turze Male close to Swiecie; and Jozef Pilsudski.
Ilowiecki and Rudnicki in Przybyslawice; Kiedrzynski and Arnold in Raszkow and Bieganin; Hutten-Czapski in Glogowa, Ostrzeszow and Raszkow; Pogrzybow with Niemojewski.
Skorzewski and Nostitz-Jackowski in Raszkow with the line to Wola Wiazowa and the Pradzynski family - the branch of Krasicki in Nawojowa and Kamionka Wielka close to Nowy Sacz; Malachowski in Bialaczow close to Petrykozy;
Krasicki in Pieniany close to Tomaszow Lubelski; and to Stadnicki in the Pleszew county, Jedlno of Mecinski and Walewski with the Kiedrzynski family.
My family mother's line come from Krzysztof Jackowski / Krzysztof Nostitz Jackowski b. ca 1590 + Katarzyna Garczynska, b. ca 1595 in Orle close to KOSCIERZYNA.
They had the son Boguslaw Boleslaw Nostitz-Jackowski / Boleslaw Jackowski
[born in 1618 in Wielka Turza = 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]
and Boguslaw Boleslaw had the son
Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670 [Jan had a brother Aleksander Nostitz-Jackowski, 2nd]
with Jan's daughter,
Franciszka Kiedrzynska b. ca 1715, and her sister Anna SKORZEWSKA
- here we have link to Marianna Ciecierska Skorzewska closest friend to Fryderyk the Great of Prussia and his brother, both LGBT in Berlin in 1768.
The Nostitz-Jackowski clan took in 1590 the title NOSTITZ in Pomerania / the Kings' Prussia / the Gdansk Pomorze:
Trzebcz Szlachecki, 11 / 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. The Nostitz-Jackowski clan came from Boguslaw Boleslaw Nostitz-Jackowski [born in 1618 in Wielka Turza = Turza Wielka, close to Chalin, Sobowo and to Brudzen], who had the son Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670, with Jan's daughter Franciszka Kiedrzynska b. ca 1715. 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].
In 1755, the brothers Maciej Jackowski and Mikolaj Jackowski, the sons of Jan Nostitz-Jackowski b. ca 1670, and his wife Rozalia Trzebska [she was born ca 1687 ?], give away them heir on Turza Wielka in the Dobrzyn district, to sons of them brother: Aleksander Jackowski (the Kiszpork official), and to Wojciech Jackowski (the Chelmno official), the sons of Michal Jackowski (the Czernihow official) + Eleonora Dabrowska.
TRZEBCZ Szlachecki was the dowry of the sisters: Jadwiga Jackowska (+ Ciborski) and Marianna Jackowska.
Walerian Kruszynski, b. 1654 - 1720, the Chelmno official, and the governor of Gdansk. Walerian Kruszynski was the owner of NAWRA. Nawra bef. 1635 belonged to the Kruszynskis.
NAWRA - 7 kilometres west of Chelmza, 20 km north-west of Torun, and 35 km east of Bydgoszcz, 5 km south to TRZEBCZ Szlachecki of the Nostitz-Jackowski clan [Trzebcz Szlachecki - 11 / 12 km north-west to CHELMZA; 17/18 kilometres south of Chelmno, 29 km north-west of Torun. 5 km north to NAWRA of the Kruszynskis].
Konstancja Plaskowska, d. 1776, buried in Brodnica,
was the daughter of Jozef Plaskowski died in 1773, and Rozalia Hutten-Czapska.
Konstancja was the wife of Jan Remigian Lewald Jezierski, Jerzy Hutten-Czapski and Florian Ignacy Lewald Jezierski. Konstancja was the sister of Andrzej Plaskowski and Franciszka Grabczewska.
Above Jozef Plaskowski d. in 1773, was the son of Wojciech Plaskowski and Zofia KAWECZYNSKA.
Jozef PLASKOWSKI was the husband of Rozalia Hutten-Czapska,
the daughter of Melchior Hutten Czapski and Konstancja KRUSZYNSKA, b. 1690,
the daughter of Walerian Kruszynski and Joanna Kitnowska, ca 1650 - ca 1701.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 03 June 2021.


Encyclopedia:
ANTONI WALKNOWSKI, b, ca 1680, d. ca 1732 and Marianna Maria Wierusz-Walknowska, were the children of Stanislaw Walknowski b. ca 1650 / Stanislaw Wierusz - Walknowski;
and the grandchildren of Mikolaj Walknowski b. ca 1620.

Felicjan Walknowski b. ca 1760,
was the son of
Franciszek Walknowski b. ca 1710, died bef. 1783 + 1st Marianna Zbijewska; but the 2nd in 1743 married to Marianna Bielinska, 1721-1750, with the wedding in November 1743 in Lwowek.

Barbara Walknowska Walichnowska was the daughter of Ewa nee Kozuchowska m. Walknowska. Franciszek Walknowski born ca 1710 was the brother of named Barbara Walknowska Madalinska b. ca 1705.

Franciszek Walknowski b. ca 1710, died bef. 1783 + 1st Marianna Zbijewska; but the 2nd in 1743 married to Marianna Bielinska, ca 1721-1750, with the wedding in November 1743 in Lwowek, the daughter of Aleksander Bielinski, died in 1735 + Elzbieta Pawlowska / Elzbieta Katarzyna Pawlowska, b. 1700 in Konin.
Franciszek Walknowski b. ca 1710, died bef. 1783, was the son of Antoni Walknowski b. ca 1680, d. bef. 1732 + Urszula Mielzynska, 1689 - before 1743 [Antoni m. also to Ewa nee Kozuchowska m. Walknowska].
Antoni Walknowski b. ca 1680, was the son of Stanislaw Walknowski b. ca 1650, d. 1714 + Dorota Korzbok Zawadzka.
Marianna Maria Wierusz-Walknowska b. ca 1685, was the daughter of Stanislaw Walknowski b. ca 1650.
Stanislaw Wierusz - Walknowski b. ca 1650, was also the father to ANTONI WALKNOWSKI, b. ca 1680, d. ca 1732;
and the grandfather to
1. Franciszka Bogucka;
2. Owidiusz Wierusz-Walknowski + BRYGIDA BARDZKA.

Felicjan Walknowski b. ca 1760,
was the son of
Franciszek Walknowski b. ca 1710, died bef. 1783 + 1st Marianna Zbijewska; but the 2nd in 1743 married to Marianna Bielinska, 1721-1750, with the wedding in November 1743 in Lwowek.
Barbara Walknowska Walichnowska was the daughter of Ewa nee Kozuchowska m. Walknowska. Franciszek Walknowski born ca 1710 was the brother of named Barbara Walknowska Madalinska b. ca 1705.

Aleksander Madalinski, the owner of Raczkow and Upuszczow, m. 1725 to Barbara Walknowska - Walichnowska b. ca 1705.
Franciszek Walknowski b. ca 1710, the Kalisz judge, was the father among others to
1. Aniela Walknowska b. ca 1740/1750, d. in 1779 + Feliks Filip Niemojowski, the Wielun official in 1781, lived ca 1740 - 1794;
2. Katarzyna Walknowska, ca 1750-1787 + Ignacy Niemojowski, the Wielun official, lived ca 1750-1786;
3. Balbina Bibiana Barbara Mielecka;
4. and named Felicjan Walknowski b. ca 1760;
5. Jozef Walknowski b. ca 1750/1754 + Katarzyna Sulerzycka.

Jozef Madalinski was the son of Kajetan Madalinski, 1730/1740 - bef. 1784 + Dorota Kiedrzynska, b. in 1740, the daughter of Andrzej Kiedrzynski + Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska [my mother direct ancestors. They came from the Swiecie county; the Chelmno district; and around Pleszew]. Kajetan Madalinski b. ca 1730/1740, was the son of Aleksander Madalinski, b. in 1690, d. in 1773, and Barbara Walknowska b. ca 1705. Above Aleksander Madalinski, 1690 - 1773, was the son of Andrzej Madalinski, 1650 - 1705 + Marianna Grabianka, died 1721. 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 Grabianka who had a daughter Katarzyna + Franciszek Polanowski;
2. Antoni Grabianka, official in Czersk + Teresa Biekierska 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 in 1779, and the TEMPLARS in 1778];
4.
Kazimierz Grabianka married KOMOROWSKA.
Above JOZEF KAJETAN GRABIANKA had the son
Grabianka Tadeusz Laurenty, 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 Grabianka family.

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, 1689-1743 + Antoni Walknowski b. 1680 - d. 1732.
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 b. 1680, 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.
On above junior, Jakub Kiedrzynski:
Jakub Kiedrzynski from Kalisz, born in WILCZKOW, was the son of Andrzej Kiedrzynski born ca 1715/1720, and Jakub 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. Owidiusz's brother was BONAWENTURA Walknowski.

Brygida's father Wojciech Marek Bardzki, 1699-1770, mother Helena Teresa Kozminska, 1706-1792.

KAROLINA Gatkiewicz nee Korytowska was the daughter of Piotr Korytowski who died before 1783, and Ewa Franciszka Agnieszka Rokossowska; Karolina was born in Pakoslaw {south of Pepowo, 14 west of RAWICZ, south-west of KROTOSZYN, see Mielzynski and Sulkowski}, d. 1800
[Piotr KORYTOWSKI m. also to Weronika Tekla Bartoszewska 1730 - 1756; above Ewa Rokossowska was married also to Bonawentura Wierusz Walknowski d. 1756].

Marianna Maria Wierusz-Walknowska, was the daughter of Stanislaw Walknowski b. ca 1650, and Stanislaw Wierusz - Walknowski was also the father to ANTONI WALKNOWSKI, d. ca 1732;
and the grandfather to
1. Franciszka Bogucka;
2. Owidiusz Wierusz-Walknowski + BRYGIDA BARDZKA
{Brygida was the 2nd m. JAKUB Kiedrzynski, the brother of Izydor Kiedrzynski of JEDLNO - my family branch. The mother of Izydor was Franciszka nee NOSTITZ-JACKOWSKA};
3. Bonawentura Wierusz - Walknowski + Ewa was 2nd m. Korytowska, nee ROKOSSOWSKA {the daughter of Karol Rokossowski and Marianna Grodziecka},
4. Jozef Wierusz - Walknowski.

ANTONI WALKNOWSKI, b, ca 1680, d. ca 1732 and Marianna Maria Wierusz-Walknowska, were the children of Stanislaw Walknowski b. ca 1650 / Stanislaw Wierusz - Walknowski; and the grandchildren of Mikolaj Walknowski b. ca 1620.
Felicjan Walknowski b. 1760 / 1761, d. 1813 in named Witaszyce, poet, lanlord, the owner of Zakrzewo. In 1808 together with his wife Katarzyna Przyjemska, he had a court vs Jozef Skorzewski on the Komorze estate and Felicjan lost this property. In 1807 acted together with General Jan Henryk Dabrowski and with Piotr Bielinski. The judge in the Warsaw Duchy.
His grandson married to Urszula Karska, 1819-1861, the daughter of Hieronim Karski, d. in Marcinkowo Gorne in 1885, m. in Modliszewko, close to Gniezno.

Kotowiecko is situated 2 km north-east to DROSZEW. And named Droszew -
5 km east to Gutow, and 8 km east to GORZNO, 8 km north to FABIANOW; 8 km north-west to Skalmierzyce.
The Sobotka - Gutow - Karsy area:
KARSY - here BONA Kiedrzynska of KARSY, the daughter of Marcin Kiedrzynski, was living and she was married Kajetan Lipnicki - 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.
IGNACY Kiedrzynski was living in 1764 in Wielgomlyny, Ignacy Kiedrzynski of Malowana Wola (5 km east of DMENIN; 9 km north-west of WOLKA BANKOWA; 5 km north of Kobiele Wielkie) married Zofia Zablocka 1 voto Swiecicka, widow. Marcin Kiedrzynski senior was the uncle of above Ignacy Kiedrzynski b. ca 1730 and to Andrzej Kiedrzynski born ca 1715/1720. Andrzej married Franciszka Nostitz-Jackowska. Mentione above Marcin Kiedrzynski b. ca 1700, and Kazimierz Kiedrzynski were the brothers.
Florian Kiedrzynski's father was mentioned Marcin Kiedrzynski senior, b. ca 1715 / 1720 - died in 1788 + Wiktoria Pstrokonska / Wiktoria Poraj Pstrokonska. Florian / Floryan Kiedrzynski, b. ca 1730 / 1740, the owner of Noskowo - inf. 1776, 16 km east of Koszkowo and 27 km east of Kunowo. The same Florian Kiedrzynski b. ca 1730 (1740 ?), married in 1759, his wife was living in 1730-1786. His son Leon Kiedrzynski b. ca 1760.
His uncle was Kazimierz Kiedrzynski m. Katarzyna Swierczkowska.
Ilowiecki, Arnold, Neyman of Opalenica and Kiedrzynski in Raszkow, Przybyslawice, Glogowa, Pogrzybow, Bieganin, Orpiszewek and in Boryslawice close to Blaszki; Chocen close to Kowal; Trzebin close to Walkow and Kozmin Wielkopolski. With the link among Baranowo close to Ostroleka, Krasne close to Przasnysz, Sedziszow Malopolski and Ostrow Wielkopolski to Czacz near to Wilkowo Polskie and Wielichowo. Neyman, Jaraczewski, Oppeln-Bronikowski with Karwat of Wichulec close to Brodnica and Turze Male close to Swiecie; and Jozef Pilsudski. Ilowiecki and Rudnicki in Przybyslawice; Kiedrzynski and Arnold in Raszkow and Bieganin; Hutten-Czapski in Glogowa, Ostrzeszow and Raszkow; Pogrzybow with Niemojewski. Skorzewski and Nostitz-Jackowski in Raszkow with the line to Wola Wiazowa and the Pradzynski family - the branch of Krasicki in Nawojowa and Kamionka Wielka close to Nowy Sacz; Malachowski in Bialaczow close to Petrykozy; Krasicki in Pieniany close to Tomaszow Lubelski; and to Stadnicki in the Pleszew county, Jedlno of Mecinski and Walewski with the Kiedrzynski family.
Czepy / Czepow, Wilamow and Skotniki close to Uniejow with link to the Kiedrzynski family;
with Zaluskowski, Bajkowski, Kiedrzynski, Sulimierski, Uminski, Mieroslawski, and Pradzynski
- together with the link to Krasicki - Malachowski branch and Bialaczow, Petrykozy, Nawojowa, Kamionka Wielka, Grodyslawice and Pieniany:
Michal BAJKOWSKI / Baykowski, Michal, the owner of Czepow Sredni, m. in 1785, to Franciszka Kiedrzynska [b. ca 1765], the daughter of Jakub Kiedrzynski of Orpiszewek, the burgrave of Kalisz, and Brygida Bardzka WALKNOWSKA, with a son of Franciszka Kiedrzynska Bajkowska -
Roch Jozef Ludwik Bajkowski b. 1790, the owner of Fulki.
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 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 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 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.
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 [+ the Baranowo parish, north-west to Ostroleka and 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].
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.
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Ilowiecki, Arnold, Neyman of Opalenica and Kiedrzynski in Raszkow, Przybyslawice, Glogowa, Pogrzybow, Bieganin, Orpiszewek and in Boryslawice close to Blaszki; Chocen close to Kowal; Trzebin close to Walkow and Kozmin Wielkopolski. With the link among Baranowo close to Ostroleka, Krasne close to Przasnysz, Sedziszow Malopolski and Ostrow Wielkopolski to Czacz near to Wilkowo Polskie and Wielichowo. Neyman, Jaraczewski, Oppeln-Bronikowski with Karwat of Wichulec close to Brodnica and Turze Male close to Swiecie; and Jozef Pilsudski. Ilowiecki and Rudnicki in Przybyslawice; Kiedrzynski and Arnold in Raszkow and Bieganin; Hutten-Czapski in Glogowa, Ostrzeszow and Raszkow; Pogrzybow with Niemojewski. Skorzewski and Nostitz-Jackowski in Raszkow with the line to Wola Wiazowa and the Pradzynski family - the branch of Krasicki in Nawojowa and Kamionka Wielka close to Nowy Sacz; Malachowski in Bialaczow close to Petrykozy; Krasicki in Pieniany close to Tomaszow Lubelski; and to Stadnicki in the Pleszew county, Jedlno of Mecinski and Walewski with the Kiedrzynski family.
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The branch - Ilowiecki and Rudnicki in Przybyslawice; Kiedrzynski and Arnold in Raszkow and Bieganin; Hutten-Czapski in Glogowa, Ostrzeszow and Raszkow; Pogrzybow with Niemojewski; Skorzewski and Nostitz-Jackowski in Raszkow.
The Polish Republicans Society and The Free Poles Association [Zwiazek Lechitow] together with other underground organizations like the Union of Scytheman this is the life, genealogy and history of Mycielski Erazm, together with: Jakub Kiedrzynski; Feliks Bonawentura Sulimierski; Jan Kanty SZANIAWSKI; Pawel BARDZKI; Wincenty Jozef PRADZYNSKI; Ignacy Pantaleon Pradzynski.
Mycielski Erazm (1769-1800), Colonel, activist of the Kosciuszko Insurrection in 1794 and of The Polish Republicans Society, was born probably in Kamieniec Podolski. Co-operated with Dzialynski in the autumn of 1793 in Grodno. Erazm was already in a plot of officers of the Warsaw garrison with Jan Henryk Dabrowski, against entering Prussian army. He was a member of the lodge 'Temple of Isis' and probably joined the underground in the autumn of 1793. Co-founder of the underground plot in 1794 and activist of the Kosciuszko Insurrection. In 1795 he managed the Great Poland underground club in Poznan. In 1796 Erazm Mycielski was associated with the Lviv Centralization. After the March arrests of 1794 and Erazm entered the new body of the reborn conspiracy, the so-called Civil and Military Council. Jozef Wybicki, as well as Jan Kilinski, assessed very high the activity of Mycielski Erazm.
In the autumn 1794 Erazm moved to the PLESZEW county:
Wyszki - 17 km north-west to PLESZEW; 4 km north-west to KOTLIN; 11 km north to DOBRZYCA; 8 km north-west to ORPISZEWEK of JAKUB Kiedrzynski. And in Magnuszewice - 4 km west to KOTLIN; 6 km north-west to Orpiszewek.
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.
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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.
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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 b. ca 1767/1775, 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, b. ca 1767/1775, 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 1767/1775/1780.
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 b. ca 1767/1775. 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 b. ca 1767/1775, 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 b. ca 1767/bef. 1775; 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 b. ca 1767/1775, 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 1767 or bef. 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.
Under copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz on 27th APRIL 2021.


Encyclopedia:
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.


Encyclopedia:
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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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.
Here we have link to Wessel, Walknowski, Bardzki, Kiedrzynski, Ponionski, Szoldrski.
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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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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.
COPYRIGHT BY BOGDAN KONSTANTYNOWICZ from Ursus - Warsaw on 11th March 2020.

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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.
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Wiera Bagratyd / Pss Vera b. Tbilisi in 1842.

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).

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.


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]. Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz, author, on 24th December 2019.

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.
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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, 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.
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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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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.

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.

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: 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.

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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.

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.

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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.

Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 12th October 2020.

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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.

Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 17th September 2020.

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. History and genealogy of the noble Konstantynowicz family. Education and information - author Konstantynowicz Bogdan on 25 December 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. 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.


Stanislaw Soltan / Stanislovas Soltanas, b. 1756, was half brother of JOZEF Weyssenhoff; Ksawery Weyssenhoff; Mikolaj Jan Weyssenhoff and Jan Weyssenhoff older, acc. to geni.com. Amelia Maria Weyssenhoff + Wiktor Wladyslaw Pereswit Soltan b. 1853, d. 1905, the son of Stanislaw Soltan and Albertyna Dunin- Jundzill Countess. Amelia Maria Weyssenhoff's brother: Jozef Weyssenhoff writer + Alicja Bloch / Aleksandra Emilia Bloch. The daughter of mentioned Jozef Emanuel Marian Weyssenhoff was Aleksandra Zielewicz, 1891 - 1956 in Brazil. Jozef Weyssenhoff Baron, was a novelist, poet, literary critic and publisher. The family nest of the Lubienskis was village Kalinowa, district of Blaszki; and Szczytniki, also Guzow close to Warsaw, and Wiskitki. Kalinowa is situated close to Garbow and Golkow, north of Blaszki, north-west of Sieradz, close to Charlupia Wielka and Charlupia Mala [compare CHUDZIK of Lodz, intermarried S. Kubacki, half Gypsy-Georgian man came from the Suchumi district; see Taraschvili came from Gypsies of the North Caucasus, then in Tbilisi, with a link to Thessaloniki and Brugia, and to Foreign Affairs HQ in Warsaw]. North of Lubna-Jakusy village. The Lubienskis were living in Warta city, and above named Lubny / Lubna. The Orzech estate in the Kalinowa parish, and Garbow / Garbok farm in the Kalinowa parish were owned by the Lubienski family. Maciej Lubienski (b. - 1710) was the brother of Stanislaw Lubienski, and was the landlord of Kalinowa - he was the Sieradz officer; in the village of Kalinowa, central Poland, is the former mansion-house of families Lubienski, and later Murzynowski. Wanda Lubienska Countess, ca 1830 / after 1836 / 1839 - ca 1880, and Wanda's father was Seweryn Lubienski Count + Amelia Golabek Jezierska Countess. Amelia had 3 siblings: Maria Golicyn nee Golabek-Jezierska and 2 others. Seweryn Lubienski b. 1811, in Kolano; he had 2 children: Zdzislaw Stanislaw Jozef Lambert Lubienski and one other. Seweryn Lubienski, the owner of Kolano and Rudzieniec; b. 1811 / 1812 - d. 1855 in Wenecja / Venice / Veneto, Italy; was the son of Franciszek Ksawery Lubienski [b. 1784 in Szczytniki, died in Guzow, in 1826; Captain of the Napoleon Guard] and Paulina.
Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 23 MAY 2022.


Despot-Zenowicz, Konstantynowicz, Soltan, Jurewicz, Wrangell, Puszkin and the link to Kalinowa and Miezonka. Jozef Napoleon Hutten-Czapski, Stanislaw Fiszer, Stanislaw Mielzynski of Golancz with General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski and his daughter Maria Wilhelmina Paszkowska Armand and her granddaughter Anna Armand Konstantynowicz and my grandfather Jerzy Konstantynowicz with nick-name Marian Konstantynowicz vel Stankiewicz. Arcichowski and Kiedrzynski in Chodziez. Joanna Grudzinska and Duke Konstanty Romanow. Wyszyny and Wirydianna Kwilecka Fiszer Radolinska. Frederick the Great of Prussia, and Ciecierska Skorzewska, Gorzenski, Garczynski, Krzycki, Chlebowski, Grabienski and Kiedrzynski. 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. The Hoholowka farm was a part of this estate. Michal Holynski, the Marshal of the nobility in Mohylew, b. ca 1760, married Teresa Ciechanowiecka, b. ca 1770, was the owner of named Monasterszczyna / Monasterszczyzna, and probably Dudino - ex Dukes Horski possession.
Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 29 MAY 2022.


Leopold Kronenberg, Zamoyski of Klemensow, Adam Grabowski, Gustaw Findeisen of Swiedziebnia and in the Chocen commune vs Despot-Zenowicz, Konstantynowicz, Soltan, Jurewicz, with the link to Wrangell, Puszkin and Kalinowa and Miezonka. Jozef Napoleon Hutten-Czapski, Stanislaw Fiszer, Stanislaw Mielzynski of Golancz with General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski and his daughter Maria Wilhelmina Paszkowska Armand and her granddaughter Anna Armand Konstantynowicz and my grandfather Jerzy Konstantynowicz with nick-name Marian Konstantynowicz vel Stankiewicz. Arcichowski and Kiedrzynski in Chodziez. Joanna Grudzinska and Duke Konstanty Romanow. Wyszyny and Wirydianna Kwilecka Fiszer Radolinska. Frederick the Great of Prussia, and Ciecierska Skorzewska, Gorzenski, Garczynski, Krzycki, Chlebowski, Grabienski and Kiedrzynski.
Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 29 MAY 2022.


Zionist movement: Jan Bloch of Lodz, Armand Levy and Adam Mickiewicz, Leopold Kronenberg, Zamoyski, Adam Grabowski, Gustaw Findeisen, Filip Michal Newlinski, with Polish conspirators: General Franciszek Maksymilian Paszkowski and his daughter Maria Wilhelmina Paszkowska Armand and her granddaughter Anna Armand Konstantynowicz and my grandfather Jerzy Konstantynowicz with nick-name Marian Konstantynowicz vel Stankiewicz.
Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 05 JUNE 2022.


Zgierz, Popow Glowienski and Glowno with Bajkowski-Uminski-Mieroslawski-Kiedrzynski branch and Pawinski, Paszkowski, Findeisen-Zieleniewski families. This is on: Zgierz and the Glowno commune with Pawinski and Findeisen; Maria Jadwiga Paszkowska, 1921-2003; Paszkowski with Bajkowski; Popow Glowienski and Kazimierz Paszkowski + Maria Bajkowska; Michal Bajkowski, the owner of Czepy, an official in Kalisz, married in 1785, Franciszka Kiedrzynska; Franciszka CICHOWICZ b. ca 1797, m. Jan Karsnicki; the Domaradzki family with the Jastrzebiec coat of arms; Franciszek Rafal Lasocki, born in the Biezdrowo parish; Barbara Walknowska Walichnowska b. ca 1706, m. Madalinska; Biezdrowo with Dorpowski.
Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 07 JUNE 2022.


Bratoszewice with Fryderyk Skorzewski, the son of Marianna Ciecierska Skorzewska. In the ZGIERZ county, the palace of the Rzewuski family was built by Juliusz Nagorski in 1916-1922. At this time Kazimierz Henryk Rzewuski was the owner; In 1900, Waclaw Rzewuski took the Bratoszewice estate, like the dowry of his wife Stefania Lemanski. Ca 1700, Baltazar Ciecierski of MARGONIN [b. aft. 1660] close to West Pommerania bought Bratoszewice; his great-grandson FRYDERYK Skorzewski sold in 1799 [NOT in 1779] Bratoszewice to Feliks Czarnecki (1770-1834). In 1799, Fryderyk Skorzewski sold the Bratoszewice estate to Feliks Czarnecki, Senator, resident of Tymianki close to Strykow. Bratoszewice was the home of Feliks's mother Ewa Nowowiejski Czarnecka. Feliks CZARNECKI (died in 1834), the Senator, the owner of Glowno, died in Bratoszewice, left his wife with children. Bratoszewice with Glowno in the 18th century belonged to the Ciecierskis [ca 1700-1799]. Baltazar Ciecierski was the Podlasie governor, the Drohiczyn judge, the landlord of Mordy, Labiszyn, Margolin / MARGONIN, GLOWNO, Holublia, Bratoszewice / Bartoszewice, Czekanow, Pelch, Ostrozany, died in 1752. Baltazar's son - Ignacy Ciecierski, the Drohiczyn official in 1750, lived ca 1700 - 1766 + Teodora Woroniecka b. ca 1720, the daughter of Duke Franciszek Michal Woroniecki b. ca 1700 + Joanna Kunath-Wyrozebska b. ca 1702. Teodora's brother [rather half-brother] was Duke Bazyli Woroniecki b. 1745, d. ca 1782 + Helena Grothus. Jakub Ciecierski and Ignacy Ciecierski [ca 1700-ca 1775 ?] were the sons of named Baltazar Ciecierski b. aft. 1660. Ignacy Ciecierski married Dss Teodora Woroniecka, lived in Bratoszewice. Jozef Ciecierski b. ca 1710 - acc. to me - was the brother of named IGNACY Ciecierski b. ca 1700, and the son of BALTAZAR b. ca 1650. Jozef Ciecierski b. ca 1710, d. 1744, had the daughter Marianna Skorzewska b. 1741, and the grandson Fryderyk Skorzewski b. 1768 in BERLIN, the landlord of BRATOSZEWICE until 1799. Zgierz, Popow Glowienski and Glowno with Bajkowski-Uminski-Mieroslawski-Kiedrzynski branch and Pawinski, Paszkowski, Findeisen-Zieleniewski families. This is on: Zgierz and the Glowno commune with Pawinski and Findeisen; Maria Jadwiga Paszkowska, 1921-2003; Paszkowski with Bajkowski; Popow Glowienski and Kazimierz Paszkowski + Maria Bajkowska.
Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 11 JUNE 2022.


Bratoszewice, Ignalina, Wroniawy with Broel-Plater, Borch, Meden, DeLacy, Browne, and Bratoszewice with Fryderyk Skorzewski and his mother Marianna Ciecierska Skorzewska; and Zgierz, Popow Glowienski and Glowno with Bajkowski-Uminski-Mieroslawski-Kiedrzynski branch and Pawinski, Paszkowski, Findeisen-Zieleniewski families. IGNALINA and the Borch family: Johann Andreas von der Borch / Jan Andrzej Jozef Borch, known as Jonas Andrius, 1713-1780, was the son of Jerzy Gotard Fabian Borch + Ludwika von Stock b. ca 1680. Isabella Ludovica Plater von der Borch / Izabela Ludwika Plater Borch, was the wife of count KAZIMIERZ KONSTANTY Plater / Casimir Constantine Plater-Zyberg. This is the Bratoszewice line: Kazimierz Henryk Wincenty Rzewuski, the Bratoszewice owner, lived in 1886-1956 + Css Maria Plater-Zyberk, 1901-1979. Maria was the daughter of count Feliks Konstanty Plater-Zyberk, and the granddaughter of Kazimierz Baltazar Plater, 1808-1876 in Schlossberg; the great-granddaughter of Michael Plater-Zyberg / MICHAL Plater-Zyberg, 1777-1862 in the Schlossberg estate, the Courland County, the great-great-granddaughter of Kazimierz Konstanty Plater-Zyberg, 1749 - 1807 in DAWGIELISZKI / Senasis Daugeliskis, close to Ignalina / Ignalino. Buried in KRASLAVA.
Copyright by Bogdan Konstantynowicz of Ursus-Warsaw, on 12 JUNE 2022.