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The first two entries concern families whose name is indicated as " Gnatkowski " and " Gnatowic ". Only the third denomination concerns the family " Gnatowski ". However, for the sake of the completeness, the first two entries are also shown here. In , after many years of research, he began publication of Herbarz Polski.
Boniecki's work is more a genealogy of Polish nobility than of typical baronage. The author focuses on history of families as well as biographies of certain members. Although less attention is given to coats of arms, pictures of these are included. Entries are arranged according to names of families rather than names of coats of arms.
In his reaserch Boniecki used only primary sources. This distinguished his work from many others which were based on family reports, that is, based on unverified sources. Index of Sources contains descriptions of documents where the author found information about specific people, including their public duties, and family connections.
All reviewers emphasized Boniecki's unusual precision and reliability of information. This is especially important today since many archival sources were destroyed during World War II. The citations used in Herbarz are the only remaining sources of information. This sale took place in the village Szewce.
This village, consisting of small landowners, was purchased at the beginning of the 15th century by Tenczynski, Castellan of Krakow. Andrzej had the same negotiation in the year Jan received from Wielopolski certain ground in Warsaw in the year DW. Fabian, in the year , sold for Wojciech some properties in the place Szczepankow, county Zakroczym DW. Others participating in the election Stefan from the land Nursk, Wojciech from the land Warsaw, and Wojciech from the Sandomierz province.
Zofia Chrzanowska. His son Maciej received a sum of money in the year from his cousin Wawrzyniec DW 55 f. Aleksander, son of Aleksander, confirms the compensation for Mielecki in the year Perp. Jan, son of Aleksander, signed a marriage contract in the year with Ms. In together with his son Wawrzyniec, who was burgrave [castellan] of Warsaw, sold parts of Osieczk and Przykory to Stokowski.
DW 62 f. Maciej and Wawrzyniec, district bailiff and hood judge of Zakroczym, both signed the election of King Stanislaw August in the name of their villages and people. In Maciej moved to his manor Tworek. Walenty, district bailiff in Zakroczym in the year In this area we look to Przedecki for further sources over Gnatowski: Wojciech, son of Andrzej, sells a part of the property Wartolki Dzierzbicki in the year Michael: son of Jan, Lucas, married with Anna Skrzynecka, confirm in the year a compensation at Makolinski Gr.
In the year he is Hardniczy [town warden] in the county Dzwinogrod. Antoni, vice regent of Kiev, was in the year a "Horodniczy Oworucki" [warden of the town Owrucze]. Michal, the commissioner for arbitrating the Wielhorski matter, from the Seym of , vices-gerent court Kiev in the year Onufry, stable master of Minsk in the year V. Antoni, regent of a town in Minsk in the year Michal left 3 sons: Tomasz, Aleksander and Antoni. Of those sons and their ascendants following persons applied during the years from to to be noted in the nobility-register Government Podole : Piotr and Antoni with their sons: January Boleslaw and Jan Maurycius.
One of the members of this family is the priest, later prelate Jan Gnatowski, who worked as the pope's municipal in Munich. Oktawia, wife of Wladyslaw Lewandowski. To this family belonged Abraham, pantler court official responsible for setting royal table of Sochaczew in He bought the village Szymanow for gold from Prince Ziemowit.
Stanislaw, his sons Mroczeslaw and Pawel, were at the university in Krakau in the year Stanislaw was, in the year , people notary. It died in the year Marcin Szyska from Gnatowic describes himself, in the year at the meeting of Radom, as noble.
XIV Polish Nobility of British Origin 16th–18th Centuries
The first two entries concern families whose name is indicated as " Gnatkowski " and " Gnatowic ". Only the third denomination concerns the family " Gnatowski ". However, for the sake of the completeness, the first two entries are also shown here. In , after many years of research, he began publication of Herbarz Polski. Boniecki's work is more a genealogy of Polish nobility than of typical baronage.
Herbarz Polski : wiadomości historyczno-genealogiczne o rodach szlacheckich