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

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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

(Rev. Robert Stammers Tabor, M.A., of Cambridge). Ar. on a fess betw. two crosses patonce vert three gryphons heads couped or. Crest—A pomeis, thereon a gryphon erased or, charged with a. trefoil slipped vert.

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Werner Zurek commented on 08-Mar-2018
Tabor. Tabor, military camp, transport or Mount Tabor, mentined in the Bible. Strasz from Laskownica, sued 1353. Abbot from Łekno for the village of Łęgniszewo, but lost the case. He was the son of Zbylut Straszewicz, castellan of Nakło on 1283-1301. His son, Wincenty Straszewicz from Laskownica, gave evidence to 1380 in Wola Orchowska. Wincenty wrote from Laskownica and Gromadna, he was the landlord of Kalisz and Gniezno in 1388-1399. The second son, Strasz, and brother of Wincenty, was probably Bodzanta from Łęgniszewo 1357. Małgorzata, daughter of the magistrate, has a case in Gniezno in 1398 (KWP. And Leksz.). Bronisz from Laskownica, vicar in Góra near Żnin in 1443-1446. Jan Laskownicki, 1450, present in Łekno (Pom. W. W. XVI. 485 and 711). Włodek Laskownicki 1497 on the Wallachian expedition is a member of the court of the Kalisz Voivodeship (St.P.P., Pom. VII., 76, 152, 153, 420 and 425). Wawrzyniec, Jan and Maciej, inheritors of Laskownica in 1577 (Paw.). Abraam Laskownicki signed, with the Kalisz Voivodship, the objection of Władysław IV, he appeared in Lwów in 1632 on the land of Lwów, with his wife Katarzyna, née Słomowski, he acquired the royal crown of Zaliple and reeve in Podgrodzie, in Rohatyn, from widow Katarzyna Gaulicka, in 1642. he was no longer alive in 1651, in which the widow posed two horses from Zalipia for display (AGZ. X. 4101 and XX). Their daughter was the wife of Józef Łączyński, the starost of Busko (Niesiec.). Franciszek from Kalisz, the elector of King Michał. Marcin Laskownicki, tried in 1846 for treason in Austria, left, with Domicella Podolecka: Valeriy for Łukaszewski, Ludwik and Józef (A. Lwów, Nob.). Ludwik has from Jakubowiczówna, Tadeusz and Anna. Józef the writer, who died in Lviv in 1901, left Bronisława Królikowska: Józef and Bronisław. Józef, from Helena Dobrzańska, has children: Anna, Barbara, Halina, Janina and Jerzy. Bronisław, editor of the "New Age", a Lviv councilman, has Izabella Taborówna: Janusz, Stanisław, Zbigniew and Zofja (M. D. Wąs.).

References

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