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The noble Polish family Milan. Die adlige polnische Familie Milan.
The noble Polish family Milan. Die adlige polnische Familie Milan.
The noble Polish family Milan. Die adlige polnische Familie Milan.
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Sammelsurium einer ungeordneten, systematisch angelegten Sammlung des polnischen Adels. Auf diesen Seiten erfahren Sie alles über: Abstammung, Adel, Adelsliteratur, Adelsnamensendungen, Adelsverband, Ahnenforschung, Bibliographie, Bücher, Familienforschung, Forschungen, Genealogie, Geschichte, Heraldik, Heraldisch, herb, Herbarz, Indigenat, Informationen, Literatur, Namen, Nobilitierungsakten, Nobility, Personengeschichte, Polen, Schlachta, Szlachta, Wappen, Wappenforschung, Wappenliteratur, Adel, Wappen, Ritter, Polen, szlachta, herb, Herbarz. Sammelsurium, vel temere, systematice ordinaretur collectio super principes Poloniae, Gathering, vel timere, systematic ordinaretur collectio super principes Poloniae, Rassemblement, vel timere, ordinaretur systématique super collection Poloniae, Translations in: Polish, English, German, French.

Werner Zurek was born on 13.03.1952 in Voelklingen, Saarland, as the son of the employee, Heinz Kurt Zurek and his wife Maria, nee Kußler.
At the age of 6, he attended the Catholic Elementary School Voelklingen - Geislautern, and finished the secondary school in Geislautern in 1968
From 1968 - 1970 he started a machinist apprenticeship.
From 1970 to 1972 he completed an apprenticeship at Roechling - Voelklingen as a rolling miller (metallurgical worker).
From 1972 to 1974, soldier was on time for two years at the Bundewehr in Daun, where he was trained as a Horchfunker in the Electronic Battle Reconnaissance. He ended his active service as a sergeant. As a reservist, he was promoted to staff sergeant.
Acquisition of middle maturity at the ILS
In 1975, he applied as a civil servant - candidate at the Ministry of Finance (Federal Customs Administration) After passing the final exam, he served as a border inspector under the Federal Border Protection Act, as a customs officer in tax matters and was therefore also auxiliaries of the prosecutor
In 1975 he married his wife Ulrike, nee Daub.
In 1982, the birth of his daughter Sandra.
In 2014 he retired.
Air defense training at the Technical Relief Agency
Rifle of the Bundewehr
Training at the German Red Cross
State explosives permit
Basic certificate of the German Lifesaving Society
European police sport badge filed with the Federal Customs Administration. Validity also for the European Community.
Admission to the Royal Brotherhood of Saint Teotonius. Protector is the Infant of Portugal, SKH the Duke of Braganza.
Member of the White Lion Society in England.
Veterans cross
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Erscheinungsdatum23. März 2021
The noble Polish family Milan. Die adlige polnische Familie Milan.
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Werner Zurek

The Zurek family comes from an old Polish noble family. Barons of Zurek - Eichenau. Werner Zurek was born on March 13, 1952 in Völklingen in Saarland, the son of the employee Heinz Kurt Zurek and his wife Maria, née Kußler. At the age of 6 he attended the Catholic elementary school in Völklingen - Geislautern and graduated in 1968 in Geislautern. From 1968 to 1970 he began training as a machinist. From 1970 to 1972 he completed an apprenticeship as a rolling mill worker (smelting worker) at Röchling - Völklingen. From 1972 to 1974 he was a two-year soldier in the Bundeswehr in Daun, where he was trained as a radio operator for electronic combat reconnaissance. He ended his service as a corporal. As a reservist he was promoted to staff sergeant. Acquisition of the Matura at the ILS From 1975 he was a civil servant candidate in the Federal Ministry of Finance (Federal Customs Administration). After passing the final examination, he served as a border control officer under the Federal Border Protection Act and as a customs officer in customs and tax matters and was therefore also an assistant officer at the public prosecutor's office. In 1975 he married his wife Ulrike, née Daub. In 1982 his daughter Sandra was born. In 2014 he retired. Awards: Air defense training at the Federal Agency for Technical Relief Bundeswehr rifle line Training at the German Red Cross State explosives permit Basic certificate from the German Life Saving Society European Police Sports Badge from the Federal Customs Administration. Also valid for the European Community. Admission to the Royal Brotherhood of Saint Teotonius. Protector is the heir to the throne of Portugal, HRH the Duke of Braganza. Bundeswehr veteran badge. Sponsor of the aid organization: Bringing Hope to the Community Uganda (BHCU) Member of the Brotherhood of Blessed Gérard (affiliated with the Maltese) Residence: D-66679 Losheim am See, Schachenstrasse 17a, (Saarland) Email address:

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    The noble Polish family Milan.

    Die adlige polnische Familie Milan.

    Milan, Czerniccy  des  Jastrzębiec  coat of arms is  different   

    Description  in  Herbrz  Niesiecki  (...) in your coat of arms there is no  cross  over the  horseshoe  and the  falcon  on the helmet does not hold the horseshoe and flies to the  right  .          

    The Czernicki family comes from  Czernice Borowe  in the north of  Mazovia  . According to the sources, the family coat of arms is different from Jastrzębiec. In  Mazovia  this variety was called Milan.        

    Referring to the work of prof. Piętki in the early  Middle Ages, the  family belonged to 72 families that were the feudal elite of what was then Mazovia. The family was closely related to the  court of the  Dukes of Mazovia.      

    Czernicki in Czernice Borowe

    In the family nest Czernice Borowe there is a church that was founded by the Czernicki family in the  16th century  .  

    In nearby  Krasne  , the nest of the  Krasiński  family in Masovia , there is a Baroque  tombstone of  Katarzyna Czernicka, the wife of  Andrzej Krasiński  , the founder of the younger line of Counts Krasiński. In the  17th  century part of the family moved to the  Grand Duchy of Lithuania  (Aleksander Czernicki - the royal secretary). In the  18th century  , the Mazovian branch became a Prussian branch (from the  18th century  it was called von Czernicki).                     

    Czernicki in Dobre in Kujawy

    The Mazovian family Czernicki lived in the  20th  century, among others, in  Kujawy,  on the estate Dobre, whose last heirs they were (previously the estate belonged to the related with Czernicki Dąmbski-Count).       

    Lithuanian Czernicki Line

    The Lithuanian Czernicki family settled in the Grodno region, and then in  the  Oszmiana district. Most often the office of Marshal of the Nobility of Oszmiana District. Ksawery Czernicki, Rear Admiral and one of the founders of the Polish Navy, came from the Lithuanian Czernicki family. The last estates of the Czernicki family were the most important farms in Giedejki, Narbutowszczyzna, Matowszczyzna and  Bolesławowo  (until  1945  ).         

    Currently, representatives of the family live in  Bytom  ,  Warsaw  ,  Szklarska Poręba  and Świdnica.      

    Ciołek herb. On a white field there is a red donkey with horns, the head in the right shield and the whole body turned: above the helmet and the crown, half of this ciołek is transformed into a right crown shield [p. 136] popup. Bielski fol. 51. Paprocki in the Nest of Virtues fol. 32. et 1188. O herb. fol. 370. Okolski trail. 1. f. 108. Jewels fol. 44. Our Fr. Petrasancta witnessed many in Italy, Great Britain, Germany, France, Spain and large houses that they be sealed with Ciołek: and among them the two should highest shepherds in the Church of Christ are , and the popes Callistus III. in 1454. Bussier. Chronol. about which and the prophecy of St. Malachi Hibernji bishop (as you understand it was Bos pascens. Second Alexander VI. Francesco Borgia, the former prince of Gandia, Vicerej Catalaunji, then general of the 3rd order of Vitellius, also in Rome, the name of Vitellius, from her coat of arms Ciołek grew: from which Lucius Vitellius Nepos, from the founding year of Rome 787 and from the birth of Christ 37, was the Roman consul: two years later Vitellius of Syria became the starost of Miraeus Chronol.                 

    Dlugosz, Bielski fol, testifies to Vitellius that the pride of Ciołków in our Poland, as well as his blood and beginnings, are testified by Długosz, Bielski fol. 51. Paprocki and Okolski. Robert, for Vitellius, on the elements of the Orthodox faith that nests here, from Rome from the Apostolic See to the Archdiocese of Gniezno, which became vacant after Hatton's death in 917. he brought his native Pauline with him to other countries which, after having bought and settled goods in Poland, increased his descendants with his family von Ciołek. Parisius in MS. understands that this family was moved from Sarmatia to Italy rather than from Italy to Poland, which in his opinion could have been under Charlemagne at the time of Theodoric Ostrogot, Albuin of Longobard of the kings, than the Sarmatians of the great fortune numbers followed, based in Italian countries; but from what I have said above one can learn that earlier a century ago Vitellius flourished in these countries there. The occasion for the coat of arms of Ciołków is determined by the same author. During the emperor's probationary period, the Sarmatians took large and numerous herds of cattle with them and drove them to France: the Sarmatians gathered and took a surprise trip to recover from their loss without the slightest bloodshed. The basis for this is Vopisca in Probo num. 5. and in Bonoso who mentions it. For this courage he says that the first captain of Ciołek received a coat of arms on a white field: but this was a mistake by Paris. Sarnicki lib. 4. Believes that our Ciołek took their blood and origins from the Goths. [S. 137]              

    I would understand that this coat of arms is older than the time of Robert, the Archbishop of Gniezno: I do not deny that he also came to us with his native jewel with a jewel: because as I mentioned in Orl von Paprocki and Lech even when he settled here in these countries, Ciołek boasted of his coat of arms, although he later turned it into an eagle. It used to be common for the Romans to know Ciołek from the story of Pliny 90. c. 4. Erat et anten prima cum quatuor aliis Lupi, Minotauri, Equi, Apri etc. which translation Lipsius lib. 4th de Militis Rome. choose. 5. Says: Unde rusticulis illis Romanis, Minotaur et fabella innotuit? Vide ne vere, not Minotaur sed bull fuerit, uti alio animalia illa nota Italice. Certe et Taurus, Robustum Ac Ferox Tier, Atque Aptum Pugnae. The families of this coat of arms, both Długosz and Bielski and others, testify that they were pious with both strength and great courage.         


    Brzeski, Bzicki, Cetys, Chądzyński, Ciołek, Czarnołuski, Dobrzyniecki, Drzewicki, Ewil, Głuski, Goryszewski, Gutowski, Korycki, Koszewski, Lipowski, Maciejowski, Malinowski, Ostrołęki Żulii Żelechski, Ostowski,

    Ancestors of this house.

    Robert, the Archbishop of Gniezno, the third, with the piety of life, an example of morality to good, excellent wisdom and humanity, ruled this twenty year old diocese when he entered Damalev. in Archiep. Gnes. In 972 he died in 996 and after Janicjusz comput he rose to Hannon in 979. He dismounted in 995. After him St. Wojciech.    

    Marcellus, the Bishop of Poznan. On this Dlugosz in Vitis Episc. Posnania. appropriated such a coat of arms. A little bastard went to the left target and rolled foam from his mouth. This Marcellus was a Roman of the famous family of Marcelles in Italy, Auditor Palatii et Decretorum Doctor, who after the death of Bishop Benedict ran almost strangely from Casimir, the king, who was entrusted to this cathedral with virtue and doctrine in 9048 [p. . 138] became nice because he didn't know the Polish language; He ruled the sheep entrusted to him only by translators for seventeen years, he died in 1065. He was buried in the Poznan Cathedral.       

    Paulin, the bishop of Kujawski, his brother named Robert, the archbishop of Gniezno, Damalewicz in Episcop. Vladisl. but it couldn't be how many years and several years before him the world had already said goodbye. He joined the diocese of Kruszwickie, or as it is now called 1098 Kujawskie. He presided there for twelve years and fell asleep with the Lord in 1111. For him, the part of Pomerania that was separated from this diocese will be reincorporated. Janicius Zdzisław, Archbishop of Gniezno, is attracted to this coat of arms and house, but because other authors in Koźlorogi refer to it, I will talk about it there too.    

    Jędrzej, the Bishop of Płocki, a husband of courageous wisdom acquired through years of experience. He made up for the fact that many other competitors sought that miter, not just his property, they did not disturb the Chosen One for most of the chapter, but they all poured their suffragia on him. He lived up to ecclesiastical discipline and the rights of the clergy until, in the sixth year of his work, a stroke tore his earthly life in 1260. Długosz and Łubieński in Vitis Episc. Płocensium. First, he was the pastor of Płock.    

    Stanisław, the bishop of Poznan, born to his father Stanisław von Ostrołęka, the voivode of Mazowieckie, born in the village of Żelechów in Sandomierskie, immediately began to receive the first dignities in this homeland. A poet of his age among the first; which, as Długosz writes, pleased your heart so much that he was entrusted with the Krakow cantorium and the custody of Gniezno with the smaller crown seal: he kept that until he took the Poznan miter to it from the letters of King Jagiełło to know Nakielsk. in Miechov. fol. 414. and Okolski vol. 2. fol. 84. Whatever, even if he is Chancellor, Paprocki calls him Chancellor, to which Kromer lib. 21. He was elected Bishop of the Poznan Chapter: As long as Mirosław was living for this cathedral by Martin V, the Pope, he was given the will and the choice of the Chapter, and he could not come to his ordination: in two years , Mirosław and with dignity and life, when he freely gave in for Stanisław, he left this miter, in which he lived for half a tenth of a year. In 1438 he orphaned his diocese. He left the power of beautiful books and jewels in the Poznan Church, where he was buried after his death. One of the Polish bishops himself sat in the Basel Council, where he was with your good will and [p. 139] he became splendor; For the late Władysław Jagiellon he exercised no lesser enforcement there. After his return from Basel to his homeland, Abraham Zbąski was cut off from fellowship with the Church by a curse. that in Zbąszyn he granted disobedient protection to the Czech Church of the Czech Church. What Zbąski, angry at him, had to do when he tried to survive his life , Stanisław had to go into hiding and for some time escaped his bitter urge in Krakow. Długosz in Vitis Episc. Plocen. He wrote a satire in verse about Elżbieta Pilecka, the late queen, for whom Jagiełło, furious from his court, ousted him; but then, for the Latin style in which it was refined, he accepted it again. Długosz 1428.                        

    Erazm Ciołek, the Bishop of Płock. Decius, Cromer and Łubieński don't want him out of this house. There was a man of shrewd mind, deep in the council, for Alexander, from whom he also rose to this dignity, and Sigismund relied on him: his speech is in printed form, which he had at the Congress of Vienna ad Ordines Imperii. Zygmunt made it to difficult embassies to the emperor and the apostolic see when in 1520 he received an indulgence for all Polish churches or the 7th Annorum indulgence from Leo X, which could be obtained every Friday: this is remembered by the papal bull Nakielski in Miechow. fol. 597. When he traveled to Rome for the third time in his embassy, ​​he lived that life there in 1524. He was buried in the Church of Our Lady of Populo. His nephew was the land clerk Nurski after Jędrzej Święcicki.      

    Paulin, the brother of Robert, the Archbishop of Gniezno, the widespread Ciołek family, counted many noble and worthy senators in Poland, as their antiquity was deeply hidden from us: how many I could finally read, they were. Zeugno, the castellan of Lublin in 1252. Łukasz, the castellan of Kraków in 1356. Jan, the voivod of Mazovia, around 1300. Erasmus and probably not Jan's son, also the voivod of Mazovia: I appointed him in 1388 but probably not in his later years. The chair was sitting. John later the voivode of Mazowieckie, Paprocki remembers a chivalrous husband and that he died of poison. Stanisław, the same Długosz in his story in 1428 as in Vitis Episc. Posnaniensium, the voivode, wants Mazowiecki and appropriates his son Stanisław, the aforementioned bishop of Poznan. Paprocki grants him neither this honor nor his son, but Jędrzej, his brother, through the one below. This Stanislaw was so strong that he turned the vat upside down. The bottom of the mill or a tree that twenty farmers could hardly lift at one end, he himself [p. 140] at the other end he picked it up from the floor without much difficulty. Paprocki namienia and Długosz, ten brave men, secured them together, Okolski, but then died in need for his homeland. Jędrzej Ciołek the ensign of Płocki in 1377, Statute Masoviae fol. 67. Brother of Jan Mazowiecki and Stanisław, his son Stanisław, the Bishop of Poznan, according to Paprocki. But Bielski fol. 281. Jędrzej of the Masovian Voivodeship wrote his death in 1396, about which it is useful. He sat before the courts in Czerwieńsk, the case was pending against Jędrzej Rzeszotka from Czerwienice, a landowner there with Jan, the Duke of Mazowiecki, his own master, for a certain property. All his colleagues who sat next to him, although they spoke just right for the poor nobleman, but favored the gentleman, condemned the fate of Rzeszotka, awarded the prince: only the voivode of Jędrzej stood up for justice, and he did not care for the Lord without respect, for the kingdom and what was the greatest, decided his main enemy: he died afterwards when he spoke of poison. He would like to have his strong son Stanisław, whose great strength he wrote from posterity. As a righteous child, he carried two boys with both hands. In Cracow, the great bell of the Virgin Mary was carried up the tower, which forty people could

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