Garaši (modern Serbia)
|Died||1842 (80 years old)
Barajevo (modern Serbia)
|Years of service||1804–15|
Hadži Milutin Savić Garašanin (Serbian Cyrillic: Милутин Савић Гарашанин; 1762–1842) was a Serbian revolutionary, obor-knez of Jasenica, and member of the National Council under Miloš Obrenović. He is the father of Ilija Garašanin and grandfather of Milutin Garašanin (1845-1898), one of the founders and leaders of Serbia's Progressive Party.
Savić was born in the village of Garaši, south of Belgrade. His father Sava "Saviša" Bošković settled in Garaši from Bjelopavlići (in Montenegro). His paternal great-grandfather Vukašin Bošković was a knez of the Bošković brotherhood in Bjelopavlići.
- "snažan, visok, jakog glasa", vid. Dejvid Mekenzi, Ilija Garašanin, državnik i diplomata, Beograd,1987, str. 27
- The memoirs of Prota Matija Nenadović
- The first Serbian uprising and the restoration of the Serbian state
- Michael Boro Petrovich, A history of modern Serbia, 1804-1918: Volume 1; Volume 1, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1976
- Војислав Суботић, Memorijali oslobodilačkih ratova Srbije, Book 1, Volume 1, Vlada Republike Srbije, Ministarstvo rada, zapošljavanja i socijalne politike, 2006
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