Mikołaj Hlebowicz

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Mikołaj II Hlebowicz (died 1632), castellan of Vilnius, voivode of Smolensk, marshal of the Lithuanian Tribunal and podstoli of Lithuania.

He was the Son of Jan Hlebowicz, voivode of Trakai. He took part in the Polish–Swedish wars, fighting at Riga and at Kircholm (1605) and later fought in the Polish–Muscovite War (1605–1618).

Together with his wife he converted from Calvinism to Roman Catholicism, sponsoring a monastery in Dubrowna. Hlebowicz was married to Princess Marcybella Anna Korecka and was the father of Jan Samuel Hlebowicz and Jerzy Karol Hlebowicz.

References[edit]

J. Hare, GLEBOVICH / / The Golden Horde: The Encyclopedia . The 3 tons Vol.1: Obolensky - Cadence / Editorial Board.: GP Paschke (gal.red.) And others.; Sett. ZE Gerasimov. - Mn.: BelEn 2005. -688 C: Il. C. five hundred and fortieth ISBN 985-11-0315-2 ISBN 985-11-0314-4 (Vol. 1).

Hare Yu Zaslawye X-XVIII centuries (historical and archaeological survey). - Mn. : Science and Technology, 1987.

Spiridonov MF Zaslawye in the XVI century. - Mn., 1998.

External links[edit]