Gruszecki (Russian: Грушецкий, sometimes anglicized as Grushetsky) is a Polish and Russian surname. The name originates from the knight Maciej – 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 Gruszecki. Klan Gruszecki misattributed to Lubicz coat of arms. One thing branch found in Russia, and same in Belarus and in Ukraine.
Notable representatives of the family
- Maciej Gruszecki - Chorąży of the King of Poland Jogaila. Stirps.
- Samuel Gruszecki – secretary of the King of Poland Zygmunt III, ambassador in Spain.
- Bronisław Samuel Gruszecki, sobriquet Szumilist – Wojski and Łowczy of Chernihiv, built himself castle into Holoskovychi.
- Agafya Grushetskaya (1663 – 1681) – Tsaritsa of Russia, the first spouse of Tsar Feodor III of Russia.
- Vassily Vladimirovich Grushetsky (1743 – April 4, 1813 – Privy Councillor, senator, lieutenant general, chevalier of orders. Participant of Russo-Turkish War (1768–1774). Married – daughter of prince general-in-chief Vassily Mikhailovich Dolgorukov-Krymsky.
- Vassily Vassilievich Grushetsky (1765 – 1804) – son of Vassily Vladimirovich. Lieutenant general, chief of dragoon regiment.
- Alexander Fedorovich Grushetskiy (born October 17, 1854 – 1911) – major-general, Governor-General of Tambov.
- Vladimir Sergeevich Grushetsky (1759 – 1839) – King-of-Arms in 1800 and 1804-1817; senator since 1816; active privy councillor since 1822. Friend of parents of A.S. Puskin.