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Atanazy Miączyński

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Atanazy Walenty Miączyński
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Coat of armsSuchekomnaty
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Born1639
DiedMarch 1723
BuriedMaciejów [pl]
Noble familyMiączyński
ConsortsHelena Łuszkowska
FatherPiotr Miączyński
MotherRegina Cieklińska h. Awdaniec

Atanazy Walenty Miączyński h. Suchekomnaty (b. 1639, d. March 1723) was a Polish-Lithuanian nobleman and politician, Treasurer of the Crown Court from 1689. He was voivode of Volhynia from 1713 and Starosta of Krzepice from 1677 and Lutsk from 1681.[1] He was made a Count of the Holy Roman Empire in 1683.

He participated in several battles, among others at the Battle of Chocim, Battle of Żurawno, Battle of Párkány and the Battle of Vienna.

Marriage and issue

Atanazy married Helena Łuszkowska h. Korczak in 1690. They had six children:[2]

  • Antoni Miączyński (1691-1774), married Princess Dorota Woroniecka h. Korybut (1712–1785)
  • Piotr Miączyński (1695-1726), married Antonina Rzewuska
  • Kazimierz Miączyński
  • Katarzyna Miączyńska (died 1729), married Franciszek Maksymilian Ossoliński
  • Elżbieta Miączyńska (died 1737), married Józef Sierakówski h. Ogończyk
  • Józef Miączyński (died ca. 1723)

Bibliography

  • Polski Słownik Biograficzny t. 20 s. 553

References

  1. ^ Rąkowski, Grzegorz (2005). Wołyń. Przewodnik po Ukrainie Zachodniej część I. Oficyna Wydawnicza "Rewasz". p. 88. ISBN 978-83-89188-32-8. Retrieved 4 November 2011.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-12-17. Retrieved 2013-12-17.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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