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Kazimierz Poniatowski

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Kazimierz Poniatowski
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Coat of armsCiołek
Full name
Ks. Kazimierz Poniatowski herbu Ciołek
Born(1721-09-15)15 September 1721
Warsaw, Poland
Died13 April 1800(1800-04-13) (aged 78)
Warsaw, Poland
Noble familyPoniatowski
Spouse(s)Apolonia Ustrzycka
FatherStanisław Poniatowski
MotherKonstancja Czartoryska

Prince Kazimierz Poniatowski (15 September 1721 – 13 April 1800) was a Polish Szlachcic, podkomorzy wielki koronny (1742–1773), Lieutenant general of the Royal Polish forces, generał wojsk koronnych. Knight of the Order of the White Eagle, awarded on 3 August 1744 in Warsaw.

He was the eldest of eight surviving children of Princess Konstancja Czartoryska and of Count Stanisław Poniatowski, Ciołek coat of arms, Castellan of Kraków. His siblings were:

He was a great-grandson of the poet, courtier and alleged traitor, Jan Andrzej Morsztyn and through his great-grandmother, Catherine Gordon, lady-in-waiting to Queen Marie Louise Gonzaga, he was related to the House of Stuart and thereby connected to the leading families of Scotland, Spain and France.[1][2] In the 18th-century the Poniatowski family had achieved high rank among the Polish nobility (szlachta).

He was created Prince by his brother, King Stanisław II August Poniatowski on 4 December 1764. After the First Partition of Poland (1772), he sold off his Podkomorzy title, played no further part in politics and joined the "high life". He was considered a model of a "wastrel".[3]

On 21 January 1751 he married Apollonia Ustrzycka (17 January 1736 – 1814), by whom he had one son and two daughters:


  1. ^ F. de Callières, Sztuka dyplomacji..., p. 12–16
  2. ^ M. Dernałowicz, Portret Familii, p. 7.
  3. ^ biogram z XVII tomu Polskiego Słownika Biograficznego autorstwa Zofii Zielińskiej

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