Ivan Fyodorovich Koshkin

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Ivan Fyodorovich Koshkin (died 1427) was a boyar and Voivode at the court of Vasily I and Vasily II. He was a son of Fedor Andreevich Kobylin and a progenitor of the Romanov dynasty.

He had four sons:

Ivan Ivanovich Koshkin, Fedor Ivanovich Koshkin, Jakov Ivanovich Koshkin, and Zahari Ivanovich Koshkin.

Zahari Ivanovich Koshkin was an ancestor of the very first tsaritsa, Anastasia Romanovna, the wife of Tsar Ivan IV of Russia, nicknamed "the Terrible."

External links[edit]