Adam Tarło

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Adam Tarło
Alleged portrait of Adam Tarło.PNG
Coat of arms Topór
Noble family Tarło
Born 1713
Died 1744

Adam Tarło (1713–1744) was a Polish nobleman (szlachcic). Tarło was voivode of Lublin Voivodeship since 1736 and starost of Jasło.

During the War of Polish Succession (1734-1738) he supported Stanisław I Leszczyński and was commander of partisans of the short-lived Dzików Confederation.[1] He was killed by Count Kazimierz Poniatowski in a duel in 1744.[2]

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