|Krzysztof Chodkiewicz or|
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Zofia Drucka Horska
Issuewith Elżbieta Kiszka
Aleksander Krzysztof Chodkiewicz
Jan Kazimierz Chodkiewicz
Hieronim Karol Chodkiewicz
Chodkiewicz held the title of Great Standard Bearer of Lithuania (Lith: Vėliavininkas). In 1610, he was named Master of the Horse of Lithuania. In 1623, Castellan of Trakai, and in 1633, Castellan of Vilnius, in 1636, Voivode of Vilnius Voivodship. Finally in 1642, he became Starost (Grodzki) of Babruysk, Kreva and held the deeds to Biala and Wiszniewo.
He also took part in the Polish-Muscovite War, as a Colonel of the Lisowczyk regiment until March 28, 1617. In 1616, a regiment under his command captured and burned Kursk and several smaller cities. He was also a participant in the Battle of Bołchow.
-  Description of Lisowczyk formation and Krzysztof commandeing (in Polish)
-  List of Polish battles (in Polish)
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