Jan Kmita z Wiśnicza

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Jan Kmita z Wiśnicza (ca. 1330 - died 1376 in Kraków) was a Polish knight.

He became general starost of Ruthenia and Sieradz (1351–1367), starost of Lwów (1371) and starost of Kraków (1375). In the name of King Louis of Hungary he governed Ruthenia in 1372–1375.

Jan was the first Kmita who used the Szreniawa coat of arms with a cross.