Blazons & Genealogy Notes

War cry (zawołanie): Dragi! First notation: 1359, arms with Hungarian and Wallachian origin, introduced in Poland in Middle XIV Cent. W polu błękitnym p"łksiężyc złoty, zwr"cony barkiem ku dołowi, nad nim – pomiędzy dwiema gwiazdami złotymi – strzała srebrna grotem ku g"rze skierowana. W klejnocie siedem pi"r pawich przebitych strzałą srebrną w lewo. Azure an arrow point upwards Argent between two mullets of six points and in base a crescent Or; Crest: Issuant from a coronet Or jeweled proper the upper rim set with acanthus leaves Or and pearls Argent, a panache of peacock feathers proper transfixed by an arrow point to the sinister Argent.

Origin, Meaning, Family History and Sas Coat of Arms and Family Crest

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Sas Coat of Arms Meaning

The main device (symbol) in the Sas blazon is the cross. The two main tinctures (colors) are gules and argent.

Red in heraldry is given the name Gules, sometimes said to be the “martyr’s colour”1The Symbolisms of Heraldry, W. Cecil Wade, George Redway, London, 1898 P36. The colour is also associated with Mars, the red planet, and the zodiacal sign Aries 2Understanding Signs & Symbols – Heraldry, S. Oliver & G. Croton, Quantum, London, 2013, P53. Later heralds of a more poetical nature would sometimes refer to the colour as ruby, after the precious stone.3A Complete Guide to Heraldry, A.C. Fox-Davies, Bonanza (re-print of 1909 Edition), New York, 1978, P77.

Argent is the heraldic metal Silver and is usually shown as very pure white. It is also known more poetically as pearl, moon (or luna) 4Understanding Signs & Symbols – Heraldry, S. Oliver & G. Croton, Quantum, London, 2013, P53. In a sketch or drawing it is represented by plain, unmarked paper 5A Glossary of Terms used in British Heraldry, J.H. Parker, Oxford, 1847, P11.

No other symbol appearing in heraldry is subject to as much variation as the cross 6Boutell’s Heraldry, J.P. Brooke-Little, Warne, (revised Edition) London 1970, P 47. Mediaeval Europe was a deeply religious and Christian and many of the nobility wanted to show their devotion by adopting the symbol of the cross as part of the arms. In its basic form, the cross is created from two broad bands of colour at right angles covering the whole extent of the shield. It has been subject to all manner of embellishment, and the interested reader is referred to the references, especially Parker’s Heraldic dictionary for many examples of these. 7A Glossary of Terms used in British Heraldry, J.H. Parker, Oxford, 1894, Entry:Cross 8A Complete Guide to Heraldry, A.C. Fox-Davies, Bonanza (re-print of 1909 Edition), New York, 1978, P106 9A Treatise on Heraldry, J. Woodward, W & A.K Johnston, Edinburgh & London, 1896, P160-173 Suffice it to say that any armiger would be proud to have such an important device as part of their arms.

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  • Werner Zurek says:

    Sas. Sas, Saxon, or the Sas coat of arms. Sas. In the blue field a golden half-moon, open at the top, with a six-pointed golden star on each tip, in the middle occupied by a vertical, feathered, golden arrow pointing upwards; Helmet decoration: a peacock tail, shot from right to left by an arrow wagerecht, whose left half covers the half peacock tail, from the right half only half the plumage visible. This coat of arms is originally from Saxony, which is why it is also called Sas. From there it came to Hungary, where it led a Count Huyd, who in 1236 with a not inconsiderable number of knights, who also led this coat of arms of their war flag, joined the Russian Prince Lew, devastated with this and the Lithuanians in the club Mazovia. For his war services Huyd was bestowed by Lord Lew with rich goods, also gave him a close relative to the wife, whereupon Huyd settled in the Russian lands (Galicia), which later came to Poland. Huyd and his knights, who were also wealthy, became the progenitors of many families who inherited the coat of arms in Poland. This coat of arms carry the: Baczynski, Badowski, Balicki, Bandrovsky, Baraniecki, Batovsky, Bejovsky, Bereznicki, Berezovsky, Berezynski, Bieniewski, Biernacki, Bilinsky, Blazovsky, Boyarsky, Bonowski, Bosacki, Bratkovsky, Branski, Broszniewski, Brylinsky, Brzescianski, Brzuski, Buchovsky, Buszynski, Charewicz, Chechlovsky, Chodkowski Ciemierzynski, Cieszkowski, Cisowski, Czapiewski, Czarnowski, Czemierzynski, Czolhanski, Czolowski, Danilowicz, Danilowski, Dekanski, Dugopolski, Dobrodzki, Dobrzanski, Dolinsky, Drohomirecki, Dubanowicz, Dubrawski, Dunajewski, Duniecki Duszynski, Dwojakowski, Dzieduszycki, Dziedzicki, Dziedziel, Golinsky, Guttry, Gwozdecki, Holynski, Hordynski, Horodecki, Hoszowski, Hrebnicki, Hubicki, Huhernicki, Ilnicki, lzycki, Jaminski, Janiszewski, Jasinsky, Jaworski, Jugiewicz, Kaczkowski, Kaminski, Kaniowski, Kanski, Karbowski, Karczynski Kasprzykowski, Kedzierski, Kiedrovsky, Kierzkowski, Kluczynski, Klodnicki, Knihininski, Koblanski, Kobylanski, Kobylinski, Komarnicki, Kopystynski, Korczy nsky, Kozlowski, Kragnicki, Krasovsky, Krechoviecki, Kropiwnicki, Krupicki, Kruszelnicki, Krynicki, Krzeczkowski, Kulczycki, Kumarnicki, Kunicki, Leszczynski, Lewandowski, Liskowacki, Litynski, Lubieniecki, Labinowicz, Lagorzewski, Lodynski, Lopuszanski, Lucki, Lukawiecki, Macewicz, Malikovsky, Manastersky, Manczak, Matkovsky, Medynsky, Mikulsky, Molitovsky, Monastersky, Nahuyovsky, Nanovsky, Nehrebecki, Novakovsky, Novosielecki, Novosielsky, Obertynsky, Odrzechovsky, Olewnicki, Opolsky, Orlovsky, Parylowski, Pashalsky, Paslavsky, Pawlikovsky, Pielecki, Podhorodecki, Podluski, Podvysocki, Pohorecki, Popiel, Porudovsky Prusinovsky, Rastaviecki, Raszkovsky, Rozlucki, Rozniatowski, Rubaszewski, Rudnicki, Rybnicki, Rybotycki, Rychlicki, Rzegniewski, Rzodkiewicz, Sarnowski, Sasimovsky, Saski, Sasowski, Sasulicz Siarczynski, Siemiasz, Siemiginowski, Skotnicki, Skulski, Smolnicki, Snitovsky, Somkowicz, Sosifiski, Sozanski, Stanislavsky, Strutynski, Stryjski, Strzelbicki, Stupnicki, Sulatyck i, Swaryczewski, Swiebodowski, Swierzpot, Swistelnicki, Szandorowski, Szczombrowski, Sceniowski, Szpakowski, Tarnawski, Tatomir, TerIecki, Tokarski, Topolnicki, Trachimovsky, Turczynski, Turecki, Turzanski, Tustanovsky, Tychovsky, Tymovsky, Tysarovsky, Tyssovsky, Tyszewicz, Tyzdrowski, Uhrynowski, Ulnicki Uniatycki, Urbanski, Urocicki Urusky, Vanczaluch, Vasilkovsky, Winnicki, Wislobocki, Wislocki, Vitkovsky, Vitwicki, Wolansky, Wolkowicki, Wolosiansky, Wolosiecki, Woloszowski, Vorysky, Worytko, Wyslobocki, Wyszynski, Zabinsky, Zaplatynski, Zatwardnicki, Zawadzki Zawisza , Zeliborski, Zerebeki Zestelinski, Zielinski, Zubr, Zubrzycki, Zukotynski, Zurakowski, Zuroch.
    The court with the brothers purchased the part of Głoskowa from Sasino in 1408. Eustachy of Głoskowa was suing for 1410 on Głosków, with wife of Jakusz from Zawstów and her sisters, heirs of the fourth part (Father Czerski). Apart from Sędziwój and Zawisza from Drwalewo, who in 1431 completed the section of their part in Głosków, they inherited yet in this village in the fifteenth century Paul, writing from Głoskowa 1447 and Jan; son of Szymon and Katarzyna, 1460 (Z. Gr. Czers. 1 B f. 97 and 691). Jan and Gotard, heirs of Głosków in the Czersk District, received from 1476 different rights for this village from the prince Konrad (KM.). At the beginning of the sixteenth century, inherited in Głosków two brothers: Tomasz and Gotard Głoskowscy, and next to them a further relative, perhaps the cousin, Jan, That Jan, heir on Głoskowo and Trąbkach, married to Barbara Karczewska 1499, left son Jakóba, who sometimes was called Trąbski of Głosków, and daughters: Apolonia, in 1536 a widow of Jan Świderski and Elżbieta, wife of Paweł Śmiatkowski (M. 9 f. 227 and 340 f. 121; Z. Gr. Czers. 6 f. 15 7 f. 401; 10 A f. 70 and 404). Jakob, in 1532, secured the dowry to his wife, Marusza Lasocka, from whom he had a daughter, Agnieszka (Z. Gr. Czers. 9 f. 225 and 18 f. 256). Tomasz from Głoskowa, Trąbek and Żabieńca, had two sons: Jakóba and Jana. He inherited the first in Żabieniec, the second in Trąbki. In 1527, both brothers completed the department of their parts on Głosków (from the Gr. Czers. 8 f. 299). Jakób often referred to Żabiński, as did his son Rosław, whom he and the conscripts registrar from 1576 call them. In 1540 Jakób received part of Żabieniec from his brother Jan, and in 1556 Rosław influenced the department of Głoskowa, which was made between the then living members of this house. Dorota, daughter of Jakóba, after Marcin Miastkowski 1537 (Ibid 11 f. 507, 21 f. 426 and 10 B f. 74). Jan, son of Tomasz, nicknamed Żaczek, secured the dowry to his wife, Elżbieta z Chmielewskich, 1523 (Ibid 5 f. 464; 7 f. 250; 10 A f. 25 and 21 f. 426); from her sons: Trojan, Walenty, Leonard, Maciej and Piotr, and daughters: Jadwiga, Agnieszka, wife of Leonard Sikorski 1577 and Zofia, wife of Jan Żyrzyński. The latter, in 1573, issued the above-mentioned brothers to their mothers (Ibid 33, 62, 39, 755 and 44, 911). Of the sons of Jan: Walenty, whose father placed half a lane at Trąbki 1566, had two sons: Tomasz and Kasper. Their sister, Katarzyna Goślicka, was honoring them with the reception of the dowry of 1608. The second daughter of Walenty Krystyna, for Sebastyan Chroślicki in 1601 (Ibid 33 f. 458, Perp. Czerska 2 f. 135 and 3 f. 117). Tomasz, Walenty’s son, testified to life annually with his wife, Zofia Czaplińska, daughter of Adam (Perp. Czerska 5 f. 369). His brother Kasper secured the dowry of his first wife, Anna of Piotrowscy, 1599; the second – Zofia z Chroślicki, 1608. His sons: Andrzej and Jakób, sold their part to Miastków and Trąbki Mrokowski in 1640. Elżbieta; daughter of Kasper, after Paweł Szczygielski 1640 (Ibid 1 B f. 280, 3 f. 117 and 10 f. 163 and 169). Leonard, Jan’s son, secured a dowry to his wife Dorota from Łętowskie in 1578, daughter of Stanisław: his daughters: Elżbieta, after Stanisław Nossowski 1609, and Anna, after Tomasz Smoleński 1613. His son Wojciech, acquired in this last year from her sister Anna, part of her on Głoskowo, Trąbki and Żabieniec (from the Gr. Czers. 45 f. 793, Perp. Czers. 3 f. 262, 4 f. 255). Trojan, the eldest son of Jan, married to Anna Żelawska, rented Czerwonka 1578, and gave permission to Mniszek to head the village of Wola Prażmowska in 1593 (Z. Gr. Czerski 46 f. 4 and Perp. Czers. And A f. 336). His daughter Jadwiga, the wife of Jan Świniarski, renounced her parental assets in 1604, for the benefit of brother Wojciech (Perp. Czerski 2 f. 407). Wojciech, married first of all with Zofia Napiórkowska, whose part he gave to Trąbki in 1614, two years later with Regina Magnuszewska, whose sum he wrote down in 1617, died in 1624, a land judge in Czersk (Ibid. 4 f. 334; 5 f. 380 and Z. Warec. 27 f. 39). His sons: Mikołaj and Marceli, whose sister Anna, married to Mrokowska, received a receipt from the dowry of 1640. Two second daughters of the judge: Katarzyna, after Bartłomiej Roszkowski and Zofia, and Erasmus Ołdakowski 1642 (Perp. Czersk 10 f. 155 i 305). Gotard on Głosków, Śmiatkowie and Trąbkach, he had four sons: Jakóba, Szymon, Stanisław and Jan, who in 1527 separated their native property, consisting of parts on Głosków, Żabieniec and Śmiatów. In 1530, with their cousins: Jakub and Jan, sons of Tomasz, they separated the meadow and forest in Trąbki, and in 1556 they completed the general division of property (Z. Gr. Czerskiego 4 f. 72; 8 f. 96 and 493; 9 f. 73 and 21 f. 426). Regina, daughter of Gotarda, after Wojciech Przygocki 1527 (Ibid 8 f. 156 and 278). Jakób, son of Gotard, secured the dowry to his wife, Małgorzata Ninkowska, Bobrek, daughter of Paweł (Ibid 25 A, 483 and Z. Warec. 5 f. 96). His sons: Walenty and Jan, completed the conversion of land with their brother, Andrzej, son of Jan, 1572 (Z. Gr. Czers. 41 f. 74). Szymon, son of Gotard, married to Zofia Chojecką, córką Macieja, której posag 1526 r. zabezpieczył, miał z niej dwie córki: Annę, żonę Andrzeja Piotrowskiego i Zofię, żonę Szymona Dąbskiego. Wpływają one do działów dopełnionych w 1556 r. (Ibid. 8 f. 23 i 21 f. 426). Stanisław; syn Gotarda, z przydomkiem Gucz, dziedzic na Trąbkach, wpływał do działów Głoskowskich z 1556 r. Synowie jego: Aleksy i Walenty. Pierwszy zabezpieczył 1568 r. posag na Trąbkach żonie swej, Katarzynie z Piotrowskich. Wspólnie z nią sprzedał Rzanek (?) 1572 r. (Ibid. 21 f. 426; 37 f. 162; 40 f. 713 i 41 f. 151). Walenty, brat jego, żonaty z Urszulą Gnoińską, córką Feliksa, wspólnie z nią kwitował Okunia 1578 r. (Ibid. 38 f. 831 i 46 f. 410). Dzieci jego: Jakób, Walenty, Elżbieta i Cecylia 1581 r. (Ibid. 48 D f. 525). Jan, syn Gotarda, z przydomkiem Polko, na Głoskowie, Trąbkach i Żabieńcu, pozostawił sześciu synów: Wojciecha, Jana, Franciszka, Krzysztofa, Andrzeja i Stanisława, z których ostatni sprzedał pozostałym braciom schedę swoją na wymienionych wsiach 1572 r., a Krzysztof bratu Franciszkowi 1571 r. (Ibid. 40 f. 77, 89 i 91; 41 f. 283-291). Z nich: Jan zeznał 1570 r. zapis dożywocia z żoną, Anną Sobiekurską, córką Wawrzyńca. Synowie jego: Jan sprzedał 1591 r. część swoją na Trąbkach Walentemu, a Łukasz został wprowadzony do Głoskowa i Trąbek 1614 r. (Ibid. 39 f. 196; Perp. Czers. i A f. 163 i 4 f. 355). Stanisław, syn Jana, cedował w Lublinie 1623 roku sumy Mohile (Zap. Lub. 27 f. 446). Stanisław, syn Jana Gotardowicza, część Głoskowa zapisaną mu przez brata Wojciecha, oddał bratu Franciszkowi 1582 r. (Zs. Gr. Czers. 51 f. 42). Krzysztof, syn Jana Gotardowicza, zamienił 1571 r. grunta w Głoskowie z bratem Andrzejem. W 1613 r. część swoją na Głoskowie, Trąbkach i Żabieńcu sprzedał, bratu Stanisławowi. Żonaty był z Anną Załęską (Ibid. 39 f. 605; 40 f. 469; Perp. Czers. 4 f. 238). Franciszek, syn Jana Gotardowicza, żonaty już 1569 r. z Katarzyną z Kussowskich, córką Stanisława, zeznał z nią zapis dożywocia 1598 r. (Zs. Gr. Czers. 38 f. 487 i Zs. Warec. 16 f. 501). Synowie jego: Baltazar, Gabryel i Abraham, którym siostra Anna odstąpiła grunta na Lichanicach i Kusym 1609 r. Druga córka Franciszka, Helena, żona Łukasza Sankowskiego, zrzekła się majątku rodzicielskiego na rzecz braci 1615 r. (Zs. Warec. 19 f. 594 i Perp. Czers. 5 f. 7). Gabryel, syn Franciszka, zeznał zapis dożywocia z żoną, Anną Jasieńską, córką Wawrzyńca, 1613 r. (Zs. Warec. 19 f. 595 i 20 f. 398). Syn jego Hieronim, dziedzic na Lichanicach i Niemojewicach, procesował Leżeńskiego o poddanych 1644 r. Umarł bezpotomnie, bo siostra jego Zofia, wdowa po Adamie Boskim, dziedziczyła po nim część jego na Lichanicach 1659 r. Drugą siostrą Hieronima była Dorota, żona Adama Staniszewskiego 1650 r. (Zs. Warec. 27 f. 560 i 29 f. 12; Perp. Czers. 11 f. 344). Abraham, syn Franciszka, nabył plac w Jasieńcu 1621 r. Synowie jego: Bartłomiej i Ludwik, przyznali sumę siostrze swej Jadwidze, żonie Jana Staniszewskiego, komornika granicznego czerskiego 1647 r. Bartłomiej, z Anny Miedzechowskiej, pozostawił córkę Ewę, żonę Adama Linkszy 1672 r. (Perp. Czers. 6 f. 279; 8 f. 373; 12 f. 348 i 13 f. 49; Zs. Warec: 28 f. 9). Baltazar, syn Franciszka, zabezpieczył 1603 r. posag żonie swej, Katarzynie z Boskich, córce Joachima, na Lichanicach i Kusym (Zs. Warec. 20 f. 361 i Perp. Czers. 2 f. 333). Córka jego Dorota, za Wojciechem Staniszewskim 1629 r. Syn Wojciech Kazimierz, sprzedał Boskiemu 1633 r. część na Woli Boskiej, a nabył od niego część Lichanic 1668 r. W 1652 r. zabezpieczył posag żonie, Zofii z Ulenieckich (Zs. Warec. 24 f. 682; Perp. Czers. 9 f. 16; 11 f. 545 i 13 f. 264). Synowie jego: Wacław, Walenty, Stanisław i Jan, sprzedali Lichanice Boskiemu 1679 r. Maryanna, córka Wojciecha, za Janem Stanisławem Dziantymirskim 1679 roku (Perp. Czers. 13 f. 635). Stanisław, syn Wojciecha, zeznał 1676 roku zapis dożywocia z żoną, Teofilą Łastowiecką (Ibid. 13 f. 507). Wacław, syn Wojciecha, z Jadwigi Brzeskiej, pozostawił synów: Antoniego, Andrzeja, Jakóba i Wojciecha, oraz córki: Elżbietę, za Krzysztofem Braneckim i Barbarę, za Jakóbem Polanowskim. Wszystkie dzieci Wojciecha cedowały sumę Ogrodzieńskiemu 1712 roku (Ibid. 14 D f. 100; 19 f. 246 i 22 f. 142). Antoni wspólnie z żoną, Franciszką z Domańskich, kwitował Zapolskich 1723 r. Syn jego Karol kwitował Michałowskiego 1762 r. (Ibid, 19 f. 313 i 31 f. 362). Rodzinę tę spotykamy już w XVII-m wieku na Rusi. Popis ziemi lwowskiej z 1651 r. wymienia Stanisława Głoskowskiego, starostę (jakiego??), stawiającego za syna Marcina jednego konia (AGZ. I). Antoni, regent ziemski halicki, konstytucyą sejmową z 1768 r., wyznaczony został komisarzem, w sprawie Orłowskiego z Grabianką. Józef Mirosław, regent ziemski halicki 1773 r.. Prawdopodobnie tenże sam Józef i Wojciech, legitymowali się ze szlachectwa 1782 r., w sądzie ziemskim halickim (Goł.). Michał z córką Petronellą, syn Wojciecha, wnuk Jana Jerzego, wpisany do ksiąg szlachty gubernii podolskiej 1849 r. (Spis.).

  • Werner Zurek says:

    Sas. Sas, Saxon, or the Sas coat of arms. Sas. In the blue field a golden half-moon, open at the top, with a six-pointed golden star on each tip, in the middle occupied by a vertical, feathered, golden arrow pointing upwards; Helmet decoration: a peacock tail, shot from right to left by an arrow wagerecht, whose left half covers the half peacock tail, from the right half only half the plumage visible. This coat of arms is originally from Saxony, which is why it is also called Sas. From there it came to Hungary, where it led a Count Huyd, who in 1236 with a not inconsiderable number of knights, who also led this coat of arms of their war flag, joined the Russian Prince Lew, devastated with this and the Lithuanians in the club Mazovia. For his war services Huyd was bestowed by Lord Lew with rich goods, also gave him a close relative to the wife, whereupon Huyd settled in the Russian lands (Galicia), which later came to Poland. Huyd and his knights, who were also wealthy, became the progenitors of many families who inherited the coat of arms in Poland. This coat of arms carry the: Baczynski, Badowski, Balicki, Bandrovsky, Baraniecki, Batovsky, Bejovsky, Bereznicki, Berezovsky, Berezynski, Bieniewski, Biernacki, Bilinsky, Blazovsky, Boyarsky, Bonowski, Bosacki, Bratkovsky, Branski, Broszniewski, Brylinsky, Brzescianski, Brzuski, Buchovsky, Buszynski, Charewicz, Chechlovsky, Chodkowski Ciemierzynski, Cieszkowski, Cisowski, Czapiewski, Czarnowski, Czemierzynski, Czolhanski, Czolowski, Danilowicz, Danilowski, Dekanski, Dugopolski, Dobrodzki, Dobrzanski, Dolinsky, Drohomirecki, Dubanowicz, Dubrawski, Dunajewski, Duniecki Duszynski, Dwojakowski, Dzieduszycki, Dziedzicki, Dziedziel, Golinsky, Guttry, Gwozdecki, Holynski, Hordynski, Horodecki, Hoszowski, Hrebnicki, Hubicki, Huhernicki, Ilnicki, lzycki, Jaminski, Janiszewski, Jasinsky, Jaworski, Jugiewicz, Kaczkowski, Kaminski, Kaniowski, Kanski, Karbowski, Karczynski Kasprzykowski, Kedzierski, Kiedrovsky, Kierzkowski, Kluczynski, Klodnicki, Knihininski, Koblanski, Kobylanski, Kobylinski, Komarnicki, Kopystynski, Korczy nsky, Kozlowski, Kragnicki, Krasovsky, Krechoviecki, Kropiwnicki, Krupicki, Kruszelnicki, Krynicki, Krzeczkowski, Kulczycki, Kumarnicki, Kunicki, Leszczynski, Lewandowski, Liskowacki, Litynski, Lubieniecki, Labinowicz, Lagorzewski, Lodynski, Lopuszanski, Lucki, Lukawiecki, Macewicz, Malikovsky, Manastersky, Manczak, Matkovsky, Medynsky, Mikulsky, Molitovsky, Monastersky, Nahuyovsky, Nanovsky, Nehrebecki, Novakovsky, Novosielecki, Novosielsky, Obertynsky, Odrzechovsky, Olewnicki, Opolsky, Orlovsky, Parylowski, Pashalsky, Paslavsky, Pawlikovsky, Pielecki, Podhorodecki, Podluski, Podvysocki, Pohorecki, Popiel, Porudovsky Prusinovsky, Rastaviecki, Raszkovsky, Rozlucki, Rozniatowski, Rubaszewski, Rudnicki, Rybnicki, Rybotycki, Rychlicki, Rzegniewski, Rzodkiewicz, Sarnowski, Sasimovsky, Saski, Sasowski, Sasulicz Siarczynski, Siemiasz, Siemiginowski, Skotnicki, Skulski, Smolnicki, Snitovsky, Somkowicz, Sosifiski, Sozanski, Stanislavsky, Strutynski, Stryjski, Strzelbicki, Stupnicki, Sulatyck i, Swaryczewski, Swiebodowski, Swierzpot, Swistelnicki, Szandorowski, Szczombrowski, Sceniowski, Szpakowski, Tarnawski, Tatomir, TerIecki, Tokarski, Topolnicki, Trachimovsky, Turczynski, Turecki, Turzanski, Tustanovsky, Tychovsky, Tymovsky, Tysarovsky, Tyssovsky, Tyszewicz, Tyzdrowski, Uhrynowski, Ulnicki Uniatycki, Urbanski, Urocicki Urusky, Vanczaluch, Vasilkovsky, Winnicki, Wislobocki, Wislocki, Vitkovsky, Vitwicki, Wolansky, Wolkowicki, Wolosiansky, Wolosiecki, Woloszowski, Vorysky, Worytko, Wyslobocki, Wyszynski, Zabinsky, Zaplatynski, Zatwardnicki, Zawadzki Zawisza , Zeliborski, Zerebeki Zestelinski, Zielinski, Zubr, Zubrzycki, Zukotynski, Zurakowski, Zuroch.
    The court with the brothers purchased the part of Głoskowa from Sasino in 1408. Eustachy of Głoskowa was suing for 1410 on Głosków, with wife of Jakusz from Zawstów and her sisters, heirs of the fourth part (Father Czerski). Apart from Sędziwój and Zawisza from Drwalewo, who in 1431 completed the section of their part in Głosków, they inherited yet in this village in the fifteenth century Paul, writing from Głoskowa 1447 and Jan; son of Szymon and Katarzyna, 1460 (Z. Gr. Czers. 1 B f. 97 and 691). Jan and Gotard, heirs of Głosków in the Czersk District, received from 1476 different rights for this village from the prince Konrad (KM.). At the beginning of the sixteenth century, inherited in Głosków two brothers: Tomasz and Gotard Głoskowscy, and next to them a further relative, perhaps the cousin, Jan, That Jan, heir on Głoskowo and Trąbkach, married to Barbara Karczewska 1499, left son Jakóba, who sometimes was called Trąbski of Głosków, and daughters: Apolonia, in 1536 a widow of Jan Świderski and Elżbieta, wife of Paweł Śmiatkowski (M. 9 f. 227 and 340 f. 121; Z. Gr. Czers. 6 f. 15 7 f. 401; 10 A f. 70 and 404). Jakob, in 1532, secured the dowry to his wife, Marusza Lasocka, from whom he had a daughter, Agnieszka (Z. Gr. Czers. 9 f. 225 and 18 f. 256). Tomasz from Głoskowa, Trąbek and Żabieńca, had two sons: Jakóba and Jana. He inherited the first in Żabieniec, the second in Trąbki. In 1527, both brothers completed the department of their parts on Głosków (from the Gr. Czers. 8 f. 299). Jakób often referred to Żabiński, as did his son Rosław, whom he and the conscripts registrar from 1576 call them. In 1540 Jakób received part of Żabieniec from his brother Jan, and in 1556 Rosław influenced the department of Głoskowa, which was made between the then living members of this house. Dorota, daughter of Jakóba, after Marcin Miastkowski 1537 (Ibid 11 f. 507, 21 f. 426 and 10 B f. 74). Jan, son of Tomasz, nicknamed Żaczek, secured the dowry to his wife, Elżbieta z Chmielewskich, 1523 (Ibid 5 f. 464; 7 f. 250; 10 A f. 25 and 21 f. 426); from her sons: Trojan, Walenty, Leonard, Maciej and Piotr, and daughters: Jadwiga, Agnieszka, wife of Leonard Sikorski 1577 and Zofia, wife of Jan Żyrzyński. The latter, in 1573, issued the above-mentioned brothers to their mothers (Ibid 33, 62, 39, 755 and 44, 911). Of the sons of Jan: Walenty, whose father placed half a lane at Trąbki 1566, had two sons: Tomasz and Kasper. Their sister, Katarzyna Goślicka, was honoring them with the reception of the dowry of 1608. The second daughter of Walenty Krystyna, for Sebastyan Chroślicki in 1601 (Ibid 33 f. 458, Perp. Czerska 2 f. 135 and 3 f. 117). Tomasz, Walenty’s son, testified to life annually with his wife, Zofia Czaplińska, daughter of Adam (Perp. Czerska 5 f. 369). His brother Kasper secured the dowry of his first wife, Anna of Piotrowscy, 1599; the second – Zofia z Chroślicki, 1608. His sons: Andrzej and Jakób, sold their part to Miastków and Trąbki Mrokowski in 1640. Elżbieta; daughter of Kasper, after Paweł Szczygielski 1640 (Ibid 1 B f. 280, 3 f. 117 and 10 f. 163 and 169). Leonard, Jan’s son, secured a dowry to his wife Dorota from Łętowskie in 1578, daughter of Stanisław: his daughters: Elżbieta, after Stanisław Nossowski 1609, and Anna, after Tomasz Smoleński 1613. His son Wojciech, acquired in this last year from her sister Anna, part of her on Głoskowo, Trąbki and Żabieniec (from the Gr. Czers. 45 f. 793, Perp. Czers. 3 f. 262, 4 f. 255). Trojan, the eldest son of Jan, married to Anna Żelawska, rented Czerwonka 1578, and gave permission to Mniszek to head the village of Wola Prażmowska in 1593 (Z. Gr. Czerski 46 f. 4 and Perp. Czers. And A f. 336). His daughter Jadwiga, the wife of Jan Świniarski, renounced her parental assets in 1604, for the benefit of brother Wojciech (Perp. Czerski 2 f. 407). Wojciech, married first of all with Zofia Napiórkowska, whose part he gave to Trąbki in 1614, two years later with Regina Magnuszewska, whose sum he wrote down in 1617, died in 1624, a land judge in Czersk (Ibid. 4 f. 334; 5 f. 380 and Z. Warec. 27 f. 39). His sons: Mikołaj and Marceli, whose sister Anna, married to Mrokowska, received a receipt from the dowry of 1640. Two second daughters of the judge: Katarzyna, after Bartłomiej Roszkowski and Zofia, and Erasmus Ołdakowski 1642 (Perp. Czersk 10 f. 155 i 305). Gotard on Głosków, Śmiatkowie and Trąbkach, he had four sons: Jakóba, Szymon, Stanisław and Jan, who in 1527 separated their native property, consisting of parts on Głosków, Żabieniec and Śmiatów. In 1530, with their cousins: Jakub and Jan, sons of Tomasz, they separated the meadow and forest in Trąbki, and in 1556 they completed the general division of property (Z. Gr. Czerskiego 4 f. 72; 8 f. 96 and 493; 9 f. 73 and 21 f. 426). Regina, daughter of Gotarda, after Wojciech Przygocki 1527 (Ibid 8 f. 156 and 278). Jakób, son of Gotard, secured the dowry to his wife, Małgorzata Ninkowska, Bobrek, daughter of Paweł (Ibid 25 A, 483 and Z. Warec. 5 f. 96). His sons: Walenty and Jan, completed the conversion of land with their brother, Andrzej, son of Jan, 1572 (Z. Gr. Czers. 41 f. 74). Szymon, son of Gotard, married to Zofia Chojecka, daughter of Maciej, who secured the dowry of 1526, had two daughters: Anna, wife of Andrzej Piotrowski and Zofia, wife of Szymon Dąbski. They flow into departments completed in 1556 (Ibid 8 f. 23 and 21 f. 426). Stanislaw; the son of Gotard, nicknamed Gucz, heir at Trąbki, was influenced by the Głoskowskis in 1556. His sons: Alexei and Walenty. The first secured 1568 the dowry on Trąbki to his wife, Katarzyna Piotrowski. Together with it, he sold Rzanek (?) 1572 (Ibid. 21 f. 426; 37 f. 162; 40 f. 713 and 41 f. 151). Walenty, his brother, married to Urszula Gnoińska, daughter of Feliks, was co-married with her in 1578 (Ibid 38, 831 and 46, 410). His children: Jakób, Walenty, Elżbieta and Cecylia 1581 (Ibid 48 D f. 525). Jan, son of Gotard, with the nickname Polko, on Głoskowo, Trąbki and Żabieniec, left six sons: Wojciech, Jan, Franciszek, Krzysztof, Andrzej and Stanisław, the last of whom sold his remaining brothers in the mentioned villages in 1572, and Krzysztof’s brother Franciszek, 1571 (Ibid. 40 f. 77, 89 and 91; 41 f. 283-291). Of them: Jan testified to life annually with his wife, Anna Sobiekurska, daughter of Wawrzyniec, in 1570. His sons: Jan sold his part to Trąbki Walenty in 1591, and Łukasz was introduced to Głoskowa and Trąbek in 1614 (Ibid 39, 196, Perp. Czerski and A f. 163 and 4 f. 355). Stanisław, son of Jan, ceded in 1623 the sum of Mohile (Zap. Lub. 27 f. 446). Stanisław, son of Jan Gotardowicz, part of Głoskowa written to him by brother Wojciech, gave his brother to Franciszek in 1582 (Z. Gr. Czers. 51 f. 42). Krzysztof, son of Jan Gotardowicz, turned 1571 land in Głosków with his brother Andrzej. In 1613 he sold his part in Głoskowo, Trąbki and Żabieniec to brother Stanisław. He was married to Anna Załęska (Ibid 39, 605, 40, 469, Perp. Czers. 4, 238). Franciszek, son of Jan Gotardowicz, was married to Katarzyna Kussowski, daughter of Stanisław, 1569, and testified with her a life sentence of 1598 (Z. Gr. Czerska, 38, 487 and Z. Warec., 16, 501). His sons: Belshazzar, Gabryel, and Abraham, whom Sister Anna surrendered in Lichanice and Kusy 1609. The second daughter of Franciszek, Helena, wife of Łukasz Sankowski, renounced parental assets for the benefit of the brothers in 1615 (Z. Warec 19 1959 and Perp. Czers. 5 f. 7). Gabryel, son of Franciszek, testified to the life sentence with his wife, Anna Jasieńska, daughter of Wawrzyniec, 1613 (Z. Warec. 19 f. 595 and 20 f. 398). His son, Hieronim, heir in Lichanice and Niemojewice, sued Leżeński for subjects of 1644. He died without child, because his sister Zofia, widow of Adam Divine, inherited his part in Lichanice after him in 1659. Hieronim’s second sister was Dorota, wife of Adam Staniszewski 1650 r. (Z. Warec. 27 f. 560 and 29 f. 12, Perp. Czers. 11 f. 344). Abraham, son of Franciszek, purchased the square in Jasieniec 1621. His sons: Bartłomiej and Ludwik, granted the sum to his sister Jadwiga, wife of Jan Staniszewski, bailiff of Czersk in 1647. Bartłomiej, and Anna Miedzechowska, left his daughter Ewa, wife of Adam Linkszy 1672 (Perp. Czers. 6 f. 279; 8 f. 373; 12 f. 348 and 13 f. 49; Ware Waref: 28 f. 9). Baltazar, son of Franciszek, secured a dowry to his wife, Katarzyna of God, 1603, daughter Joachim, Lichanice and Kusy (Z. Warec. 20 f. 361 and Perp. Czerski 2 f. 333). His daughter Dorota, after Wojciech Staniszewski 1629. Son of Wojciech Kazimierz, he sold to God in 1633 a part in the Divine Will, and bought part of Lichanice from him in 1668. In 1652, he secured the dowry to his wife, Zofia z Ulenieckich (Z. Warec. f. 682, Perp. Czers. 9 f. 16; 11 f. 545 and 13 f. 264). His sons: Wacław, Walenty, Stanisław and Jan, sold Lichanice to Boski in 1679. Maryanna, daughter of Wojciech, after Jan Stanisław Dziantymirski 1679 (Perp. Czers. 13 f. 635). Stanisław, son of Wojciech, testified in 1676 a life sentence with his wife, Teofilą Łastowiecka (Ibid 13, 507). Wacław, son of Wojciech, from Jadwiga Brzeska, left sons: Antoni, Andrzej, Jakóba and Wojciech, and daughters: Elżbieta, for Krzysztof Branecki and Barbara, and for Jakób Polanowski. All Wojciech’s children ceded the sum of Ogrodzieńskie 1712 (Ibid, 14 D f. 100, 19 f. 246 and 22 f. 142). Antoni together with his wife, Franciszka n. Domańskis, married the Zapolskis in 1723. His son, Karol, married Michałowski in 1762 (Ibid, 19 f. 313 and 31 f. 362). We meet this family in the 17th century in Ruthenia. The display of Lviv land from 1651 mentions Stanisław Głoskowski, a staroste (which ???), who puts one horse for his son Marcin (AGZ. I). Antoni, the land regent of Halych, the parliamentary constitution of 1768, was appointed commissioner in the case of Orłowski and Grabianka. Józef Mirosław, regent of Halychów in 1773. Probably the same Józef and Wojciech, had nobility in 1782, in the court of Halicz (Goloł). Michał with his daughter Petronella, son of Wojciech, grandson of Jan Jerzy, entered into the books of the nobles of the Podolia province of 1849 (Spis.).

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