Stanisław Lubomirski (1722–1782)

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Stanisław Lubomirski
Stanisław Lubomirski.PNG
Coat of arms Lubomirski
Consort Elżbieta Czartoryska
Noble family Lubomirski
Father Józef Lubomirski
Mother Teresa Mniszech
Born (1722-12-25)December 25, 1722
Łańcut
Died August 12, 1782(1782-08-12) (aged 59)
Łańcut

Prince Stanisław Lubomirski (1722–1782) was a Polish nobleman. He was awarded Knight of the Order of the White Eagle on August 3, 1757 in Warsaw.

He was the Grand Guardian of the Crown from 1752, onward, the Grand Marshal of the Crown starting in 1766, and the owner of Łańcut, Wiśnicz and Przeworsk estates.

He was married to Princess Elżbieta Czartoryska since June 9, 1753 and they had four children: Elżbieta Lubomirska, Julia Lubomirska, Aleksandra Lubomirska and Konstancja Małgorzata Lubomirska. His houses included Lubomirski Palace in Lwow. He is also the name-sake for Warsaw's Lubomirski Ramparts.