Janusz Skumin Tyszkiewicz
Janusz Skumin Tyszkiewicz (Lithuanian: Jonušas Skuminas Tiškevičius) (1570–1642) was a noble of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, a politician, a sponsor of Baroque music and a writer (1610+). He held numerous political offices, including voivode of Mścisław (1621–1626), voivode of Trakai (1626–1640) and voivode of Vilnius (1640–1642), as well as starost Brasławski, Jurbarkas, and Nowodworski[disambiguation needed] in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
Around 1595 he married Barbara Naruszewicz (1580–1627), the daughter of Stanisław Naruszewicz. He had one daughter: Katarzyna Eugenia Tyszkiewicz. After his first wife died, in 1630 he married Zofia Zamiechowska (d. 1635).
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