Stanisław Jan Jabłonowski
|Stanisław Jan Jabłonowski|
|Coat of arms||Prus III|
IssueJan Stanisław Jabłonowski
Jadwiga Teresa Jabłonowska
Aleksander Jan Jabłonowski
Stanisław Karol Jabłonowski
April 3, 1634|
Łucza, near Lwów
|Died||April 3, 1702
Lwów (today Ukraine)
Stanisław Jan Jabłonowski (1634–1702) was a Polish nobleman, magnate, one of Poland's greatest military commanders. Grand Guardian of the Crown since 1660, the Grand Camp Leader of the Crown since 1661, voivode of Ruthenian Voivodship since 1664, Field Crown Hetman since 1676, Great Crown Hetman since 1683 and castellan of Kraków since 1692.
A candidate for the Polish Throne following the death of King Jan III Sobieski. Starost of Kamieniec Podolski, Żydaczów, Sierpc, Winnica, Świecie, Korsuń, Czehryń, Biała Cerkiew, Bohusław, Busko-Zdrój, Międzyrzec Podlaski, Mościsk, Błonie, Janów Lubelski and Nisko.
Stanisław participated in the War with Sweden during The Deluge, then with the Cossacks and Muscovy. He took part in the Chocim campaign of 1673 and participated in the Vienna expedition of 1683. He led the right wing of Polish cavalry forces at the Battle of Vienna. He also stopped the Tatars at Lwów in 1695.
- Mała Encyklopedia Wojskowa, 1967, Wydanie I
- The Princely House of Jablonowski at the Wayback Machine (archived October 28, 2009) by Rafal Heydel-Mankoo
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