Stanisław Lubomirski (1704–1793)

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Stanisław Lubomirski
Stanislaw Lubomirski.jpg
Coat of arms Lubomirski
Born 1704
Died July 19, 1793 (aged 88–89)
Noble family Lubomirski
Consort Ludwika Honorata Pociej
Father Jerzy Aleksander Lubomirski
Mother Joanna von Starzhausen

Prince Stanislaw Lubomirski (1704–1793) was a Polish noble (szlachcic) and magnate.

Stanisław became the Podstoli of the Crown in 1739. He became the voivode of Bracław Voivodeship in 1764 and of Kijów Voivodship in 1772. He was also the starost of Nowy Sącz.

Prince Henry Lubomirski as "Genius of Fame" 1789 by Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun

He owned large estates, 31 cities, and 738 villages and had an income of about 2,920,000 per year.

He was a Knight of the Order of the White Eagle, awarded on August 3, 1744 in Warsaw.

His son Jozef Lubomirski's son was Prince Henryk Ludwick Lubomirski (1777–1850), who married Teresa Czartoryska (1785–1868).


His ancestors are:[1][2]

16. Prince Stanisław Lubomirski
8. Prince Jerzy Sebastian Lubomirski
17. Princess Zofia Ostrogska
4. Prince Aleksander Michał Lubomirski
18. Mikołaj Spytek Ligęza
9. Konstancja Ligęza
19. Zofia Krasińska
2. Prince Jerzy Aleksander Lubomirski
20. Prince Jan Piotr Sapieha
10. Prince Paweł Jan Sapieha
21. Zofia Weiher
5. Princess Katarzyna Anna Sapieha
11. Anna Barbara Kopeć
1. Prince Stanisław Lubomirski (1704–1793)
3. Joanna von Starzhausen