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Encyclopedia > Marcin Kazanowski

For other Marcin Kazanowski, see Marcin Kazanowski (?-1587)

Marcin Kazanowski
Noble Family Kazanowski
Coat of Arms Grzymała
Parents Mikołaj Kazanowski
Katarzyna N.
Consorts Katarzyna Starzycka
Children Dominik Aleksander Kazanowski
Date of Birth 1563/66
Place of Birth  ?
Date of Death October 19, 1636
Place of Death  ?

Marcin Kazanowski, (1563/1566-19th October 1636, the year of birth is not certain due to several conflicting sources) was a noble (szlachcic), magnate, castellan of Halice from 1622, voivode of Podole Voivodship from 1632 and Field Crown Hetman of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth from 1633.

Married to Katarzyna Starzycka in 1600. Parent of Dominik Aleksander Kazanowski (1605-1648), voivode of Bracław.

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Ciepielów at AllExperts (469 words)
Ciepielów was founded by the Kazanowski family on the old trade route linking Sandomierz with Warsaw, at the ford at Iłżanka River, as the central point of their domain.
Rotmistrz Marcin Kazanowski in 1548 was awarded by king Zygmunt August the right to grant the village with a city charter.
In 1597 the town was granted with Magdeburg Law by Sigismund III Vasa and was allowed for creation of trade unions, which allowed it to become a notable centre of commerce in the area.
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