On a family circle of Grzegorz Lubrański a vice-chancellor of Królestwo Cover Image

O kręgu rodzinnym podkanclerzego Królestwa Grzegorza Lubrańskiego
On a family circle of Grzegorz Lubrański a vice-chancellor of Królestwo

Author(s): Sobiesław Szybkowski
Subject(s): History
Published by: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego

Summary/Abstract: The very article presents genealogical completions concerning a family circle of Grzegorz Lubrański, an important political figure of the second half of the 15th century and a crown vicechancellor between 1484-1497. A preliminary research in archive sources and a new interpretation of printed materials allow for improvements and completions to the image outlined in the literature of the subject so far. The researchers skipped the fact that his mother, Anna from Boniewo, belonged to an important clark family from Kujawy: one of his brothers, Mikołaj, was a master of the hunt in Brześć, the other, Stanisław, on the other hand, was first a senescal of Brześć and later on a castellan of Kowal. The family circle of the vice-chancellor should be completed with two so far unknown nieces: a daughter of Lambert Lubrański the name of whom was unknown (a wife of Jan from Pniewo) and Zofia, a daughter of Wacław Lubrański (a wife of Mikołaj from Krzewo, and after his death, Jan from Jurków). Against the alreadyknown information given by a nephew of Grzegorz, Bernard Lubrański (d. 1506/1507), should be regarded a son of Łazarz, not Wacław Lubrański. Wacław had a son called Feliks from Kalny Radecz, a pincerna of Brześć from 1501. To distant relatives of the vice-chancellor belonged Anna Lubrańska, a wife of Chebda Górski, who was a daughter of Jan from Wielki Lubraniec and granddaughter of a judge in Brześć Andrzej Lubrański. Related to Grzegorz Lubrański on the distaff side were also Marcin Borzymowski, a judge in Brześć and a procurator of Cracow and his brother Mikołaj, a ensign of Brześć. Their mother was probably the vice-chancellor's sister the name of whom was unknown.

  • Issue Year: 2009
  • Issue No: 5
  • Page Range: 195-212+2
  • Page Count: 17
  • Language: Polish