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The noble Polish Kostka family. Die adlige polnische Familie Kostka.
The noble Polish Kostka family. Die adlige polnische Familie Kostka.
The noble Polish Kostka family. Die adlige polnische Familie Kostka.
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This is a hodgepodge of a disordered, systematically arranged collection of the Polish nobility. On these pages you will find out everything about: descent, aristocracy, aristocratic literature, aristocratic name endings, aristocratic association, genealogy, bibliography, books, family research, research, genealogy, history, heraldry, heraldry, herb, herbarity, indigenous, information, literature, names, nobility files, Nobility, personal history, Poland, Schlachta, Szlachta, coat of arms, coat of arms research, coat of arms literature, nobility, coat of arms, knight, Poland, szlachta, herb, Herbarz. Sammelsurium, veltemere, systematice ordinaretur collectio super principes Poloniae, Gathering, veltimere, systemati cordinaretur collectio super principes Poloniae, Rassemblement, veltimere, ordinaretur systématique super collection Poloniae, Translations in: English, German, French.
Das ist ein 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, veltemere, systematice ordinaretur collectio super principes Poloniae, Gathering, veltimere, systemati cordinaretur collectio super principes Poloniae, Rassemblement, veltimere, ordinaretur systématique super collection Poloniae, Translations in: English, German, French.
Il s'agit d'un méli-mélo d'une collection désordonnée et systématiquement organisée de la noblesse polonaise. Sur ces pages, vous trouverez tout sur: descendance, aristocratie, littérature aristocratique, terminaisons de noms aristocratiques, association aristocratique, généalogie, bibliographie, livres, recherche familiale, recherche, généalogie, histoire, héraldique, héraldique, herbe, herbalisme, indigène, information , littérature, noms, dossiers de noblesse Noblesse, histoire personnelle, Pologne, Schlachta, Szlachta, blason, recherche sur les armoiries, blason de la littérature, noblesse, blason, chevalier, Pologne, szlachta, herbe, Herbarz. Sammelsurium, veltemere, systematice ordinaretur collectio super principes Poloniae, Gathering, velti
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The noble Polish Kostka family. Die adlige polnische Familie Kostka.
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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 Kostka family.

    Die adlige polnische Familie Kostka.

    Kostka. Kostka. - K. Chosnicki, K. Gostomski (a crescent moon open at the top, on the open cross, which is accompanied by three stars, a horseshoe pointing downwards), Lubanski, Msciszewski, Tuchlinski, Wesierski.  

    Kostka. , The Kostek family association 

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    Kostków Family Association - a genealogical and heraldic association based in Koszalin, which has been operating since 2005 .       

    The association unites Kostki and related members, members of one of the most important magnate families in old Poland, organizes meetings, meetings and conducts genealogical disputes between members.

    Chairman of the Board - Paweł Kostka de Sztemberg

    Family representative

    Stanislaw Kostka

    Paweł Kostka

    Piotr Kostka

    Jan Kostka

    Anna Ostrogska

    Kostka, Stanisław Kostka Zamoyski  

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    Stanisław Kostka Zamoyski der Jelita - coat of arms (born January 13, 1775 in Warsaw , died April 2, 1856 in Vienna ) - President of the provisional Central Military Government of Galicia in 1809 , Senator-Voivode of the Duchy of Warsaw ( 1810 ), President of the Senate of Kingdom of Poland from January 29, 1822 to July 20, 1831 , 12th ordinate in Zamość .    

    Son of Andrzej Hieronim Zamoyski (1716-1792) - Grand Chancellor of the Crown and Duchess Konstancja Czartoryska - daughter of Stanisław Kostka Czartoryski - a great Lithuanian cupcake. He was an opponent of the November uprising . In 1830 he went to Saint Petersburg . Later he settled in Vienna. Thanks to his efforts, Jadów was granted city rights in 1823 .                 

    On June 16 , 1812 he was awarded the Order of the White Eagle .    

    Married to Princess Zofia née Czartoryski (1780-1837) - Lady of the Star Cross, C. General Adam Kazimierz Czartoryski .      

    They had 11 children with her, including Andrzej and Władysław .    

    Kostka, Stanisław Kostka Bieliński

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    Stanisław Kostka Bieliński of the Junosza coat of arms (d. 1812 in Vitebsk ) - Crown Court Marshal from 1793 , Marshal of Grodno Seym 1793 , last Sejm of the First Republic , Crown Cup from 1778 , Lord Chamberlain from 1761 , Starost of Garwolin .           

    Son of Voivod Chełmno, Michał Bieliński and Tekla, née Pepłowski.

    In 1761 he became Chamberlain of the Crown Court, in 1765 Chamberlain of Stanisław August Poniatowski . In 1778 he was appointed crown warden. He wasted his family fortune leading a rowdy lifestyle. In the years 1784 - 1786 he was a member of the Council of Perpetual . He was one of the first to join the Targowica Confederation . In 1793 he was appointed by the Russian envoy, Jakob Sievers, to take the position of Marshal of the Sejm because the previous candidate, Piotr Ożarowski, was asking too much money for his services. His contemporary Jędrzej Kitowicz believed that Stanisław Kostka Bieliński should conscientiously and intelligently slaughter his homeland in this position. During the meeting he was controlled directly by Sievers' henchman, the instigator Karol Boscamp-Lasopolski . He looked at the silence of the MPs, intimidated by the presence of Russian artillery near the New Castle in Grodno, for their approval of the second partition of Poland . As a token of appreciation, thanks to Russian protection, he was appointed royal court marshal and received a salary of 100,000 zlotys from the Russian embassy as well as a gift in the form of a diamond signet ring. In 1798 he was bestowed the title of Count of Friedrich Wilhelm III . 

    In 1775 he was awarded the Order of St. Stanislaus , and in 1785 he was appointed a Knight of the Order of the White Eagle .         

    Kostka, Stanisław Kostka Choromański

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    Stanisław Kostka Choromański of the Lubicz coat of arms (born November 20, 1769 in Niedźwiedzek near Łomża - died February 21, 1838 in Warsaw ) - the Sejny-Suffragan, Metropolitan of Warsaw, was the first to give up the title of Primate of Poland.    

    He studied in Cracow and was ordained a priest in 1792 . He was pastor in Rzekuń near Ostrołęka and later in Zambrów . In 1822 he became archdeacon, and in 1829 dean of the Sejny chapter. On December 15, 1828 Pope Leo XII appointed him . to titular bishop Adrasus and auxiliary bishop of Sejny. He was ordained bishop in Warsaw on February 9, 1829 . During the November Uprising he remained loyal to the Russian authorities . In 1832 he led a delegation to the tributary of the Czar Nicholas I . He became one of the closest collaborators to Field Marshal Iwan Paskiewicz , who called him a venerable old man. He led the diocese as vicar of the chapter ( 1834 - 1836 ) and resided in Zambrów .                   

    On August 15,  1836, he was  appointed Archbishop and Metropolitan of Warsaw by tsarist decree. On November 21, Pope Gregory XVI transferred him . in the Archdiocese of Warsaw. He took over the rule of the Archdiocese of Warsaw on January 15, 1837 . He advocated the Russification of the Kingdom of Poland , for example, on July 30, 1837 , he took part in the inauguration of the first Orthodox Council in Warsaw , which caused a general scandal among the faithful. According to modern reports, after returning from this one        

    Kostka, Stanislaw Kostka Łukomski (born October 21, 1874 , died October 28, 1948 ) - Polish Catholic priest , castle 1926 - 1948 Bishop of Lomza .  

    He was born in the village of Borek, in the Sadki parish in the Archdiocese of Gniezno . He ordained a priest on February 24th, 1898 and appointed auxiliary bishop of the archbishops of Gniezno and Poznan (with the titular capital of Sicca Veneria) on March 8th, 1920. After the death of Cardinal Edmund Dalbor in 1926 , he briefly administered the archdiocese as a capitular vicar. On June 24, 1926 he became Bishop of Łomża. He coordinated the work of the Diocesan Catholic Action and contributed to the expansion of the cathedral. From 1926 he was also the secretary of the Polish Bishops' Conference, from which he resigned in 1936 , but his resignation was not accepted until May 1946 . He sympathized with national democracy, a staunch opponent of Józef Pilsudski. He was known for his far-right views. In 1948 , as an implacable opponent of the communist authorities, he was the toughest candidate for the office of Archbishop of Gniezno and Primate of Poland, emptied after the death of Primate August Hlond .      

    On October 28,  1948, Bishop Ukomski died in a car accident, the unclear circumstances suggest that the Security Office was deliberately operating . 1

    He was buried in the Cathedral of Łomża .  

    Kostka, Piotr Kostka (died January 25, 1595 in Chełmża ) - Bishop of Chełmno, Canon of Kraków and Warmia. Appointment of Pope Gregory XIII. as bishop on June 4, 1574 , still a canon of Warmia. 

    He studied in Paris and Leuven . Before he became Bishop of Chełmno, he was associated with Cracow and became a canon there. Later he became Canon of Warmia. At the Synod in Piotrków in 1577 it was decided that the Pomezania Diocese would be under the permanent administration of the Bishop of Chełmno. In 1580 he brought the Bernardine order to the abandoned Franciscan monastery in Lubawa . In 1583, he convened a diocesan synod. He was in correspondence with St. Charles Borromeo . In 1593 he granted privileges to the Jesuits who came to Toruń .                                        

    18th century newspapers 

    42 (Gazeta Warszawska) 1786

    May 31, Warsaw. Kasztelnia lubaczewska (after the late Wojc. Rzyszcz. -Adam Rzyszczewski; the landed aristocracy of Zawskrzyński (after Edw. Szydłowski's transition to Sierpc disease) -Bartł. Mazowiecki, beginning of August; (No. 43) née Benedykt. Godle Land and the parish of Nurska, he married Marianna Tymińska, born in 1771. He left her in 1773 (p. no. 43)., Starościna Liw; Generals of the Błędowsky; the Staroste of the Crown; Gluski, old arch; General Dzierżek, Wessel, Starosta von Liwartowski; Borejko stolnik; Karczewski septic tank; Kołątaj, Stern von Trześniów Kraków May 28th Marcjanna née Młodzianowscy Bystrzonowska, born in Małodzianowska, Ch 1749. Her family: Konstancja née Ostrowski and Stan. Chestr. from Lubaczewska belonged to the blood of Lubaczewska. of the benevolent Czyżowski, who under Ludwik, kr.P. and Węg. he married the Hungarian Chancellor Peschowna and was the perpetrator of the kingdom. Wife of Kajetan Bystrzonowski (a few weeks before her death he moved from Buska to Małogowska) 3 years sick. She was 37 years old. Mention of the remaining children.

    Kostka (kostka-Skotowski, kostka-Szkotowski, various Prawdzic) - a Kashubian noble coat of arms , a variation of the Prawdzic coat by Arm .   

    Description based on the rules of Blazing's proposal by Alfred Znamierowski :    

    In the blue field, above the red battlement wall, there is half a golden lion. Jewel : above the crowned helmet , half lion, as in the emblem.   

    The coat of arms known only from Siebmacher .   

    A cube with the surname Szkotowski (Skotowski). This family originally bore the Dąbrowa coat of arms , as did other branches of the Kashubian Kostki: Podjascy, Mściszewscy, Węsierscy, Gostomscy and others. One of the Kostki-Gostomskis also made a seal with the coat of arms of Gostomski III in 1818 .       

    384 (Kuryer of Poland) 1758

    From Warsz. 1 letter. Attributed to: Stoln. winnickie (after Bekierski switched to the wine choir) -Ant. Chechnya, Inf. Agile In. after him -Stan. Kostka Ortyński (No. 44) from Warsz. November 8th June inowłódzkie (on the estate of Mokronowski ..., Polish Guardianship Council) -Józ. Bardziński, but early. Major General in the Army of the Cor. -Ossoliński ...., chest. Gostyński (No. 45) Major General in the Army of Cor. - Bazyli Walicki, Chor Rawa. Regiment. in this army -Jan the Baptist Aloe, Consyljarz. Troops JKM. (No. 48)

    967 (Kuryer of Poland) 1755

    Minsk 1755 - January 3rd From Zasław it is known that on Sun. 1754.29 Dec. ref. WXL Massalska gave birth to a daughter, baptized. Next day. Sponsors: Wołłodkowicz ..., Minsk Voivodeship. with Platerova, breast. Połocka; Chestnut plate halfway through March. Mode. mainly WXL. with Platerówna Woj-ką Infl .; Slizień, star. bloody, deputy. Elephant. with half chestnut platerovna; Even in the army. voiv. Minsk. Wollodk. Baptisms in Bucewicze. Above. Name of Alojzy, Stan. Kostka, Dydak, Tadeusz (No.LXXVIII) 

    1015 (Kuryer of Poland) 1755

    Warsaw + 9 lists. In good his Pętkowice, 5 km from Opatów, Poniński subcommittee. His Majesty (he is in No. XXIV) Lublin On Sunday. 16th letter. Potocka part. kor. March. Mode. kor. gave birth to a son. Baptism on the second day. The name Stan had brought himself. Dice. (No. CXXIII) Połock In the estate of Szczytów, chap. infl. in Justinianowice 26/10. We see daughters with Szadurski, stolen. infl. Donkey. Courts JKM zadworn. kor. (No. CXXIII)   

    Newspapers 19th century part 1  

    1232 (Pozna Journal) 1868

    State. Kostka Rostkowski 29 / XI. + after kr. but difficult. To suffer. in Jarosławki. Adult to bone. in Wieszczyczyna, pogrz. 3 / XII. in big family in Golina. Wife, brother and brother-in-law. (No. 277)

    3757 (Dziennik Posen) 1881

    State. Kostka Iłowiecki 27 Str. + Former manager Sokolnik near

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