Grushetsky

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The Grushetski Coat of Arms

Grushetsky (Russian: Грушецкий, Polish: Gruszecki) is a Polish and Russian noble family descending from knight Macey – Chorąży of the King of Poland Jogaila. The King had given to him village Gruszka Duża, in eastern Poland, in favor of knightly merit, in 1411. From the name Gruszka Duża bestow name the family Grushetsky. Klan Grushetsky misattributed to Lubicz coat of arms. One thing branch found in Russia, and same in Belarus and in Ukraine.

Notable representatives of the family[edit]

In Russia[edit]