Chodkiewicz

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Aleksander Chodkiewicz
... Aleksander Chodkiewicz (Belarusian Аляксандар Хадкевіч ca ... He inherited vast possessions from his father Ivan Chodkiewicz, which made him 11th wealthiest person in the Grand Duchy according to a military census of 1528 ... Chodkiewicz quickly gained influence under Alexander Jagiellon, becoming royal marshal but after Jagiellon's death in 1506 his career stagnated ...
Aleksander Chodkiewicz - Family
... In 1513, Chodkiewicz married Princess Wasylisa Jarosławiczówna Hołowczyńska ... Chodkiewicz had five children Hieronim Chodkiewicz (ca ... of the Shkloŭ (or Bykhaw) line Grzegorz Chodkiewicz (ca ...
Jan Piotr Sapieha - Ancestors
... Iwan Chodkiewicz (1420-1484) 12 ... Aleksander Chodkiewicz (1457-1549) 25 ... Hrehory Chodkiewicz (+1572) 13 ...
Chodko Jurewicz - Legendary Accounts
... The historiography has long held that the Chodkiewicz family was of Lithuanian origin ... Stryjkowski's work was ordered by the Radziwiłł and Chodkiewicz families ... It is clear that the Chodkiewicz family wanted to established their noble pedigree since the beginning of the 14th century ...
Aleksander Chodkiewicz - Political Career
... As a young boy Chodkiewicz was taken hostage with his family by the Tatars of the Crimean Khanate in October 1482 ... Chodkiewicz appeared in political arena in 1495 when he won a court case against caretakers of a royal estate ... Chodkiewicz was a favorite of Grand Duke Alexander Jagiellon, who granted him his first public position as governor of Punia in 1501 ...