|Current region||Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania|
The Tyszkiewicz family (Polish: Tyszkiewiczowie, singular: Tyszkiewicz, Belarusian: Тышкевічы, singular: Тышкевіч, Lithuanian: Tiškevičiai, singular: Tiškevičius, Ukrainian: Тишкевичі, singular: Тишкевич, Russian: Тышкевичи, singular: Тышкевич) was a wealthy and influential Polish-Lithuanian magnate family of Ruthenian origin, with roots traced to the times of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. They held the Polish coat of arms Leliwa. Their nobility was reaffirmed in Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Russian Empire.
The family traces its roots to a 15th-century Ruthenian boyar Kalenik Mishkovich and derives from the name of his son, Tysha with the addition of the patronymic, resulting in Tyszkiewicz-Kalenicki. A branch of the family germanised the name to Tischkowitz and a few members of this branch are still to be found in Germany and the UK.
Places named Tyszkiewicz Palace, "former Tyszkiewicz Palace", Tiškevičiai Palace, and other historical properties of the family are located in Warsaw, Kraków and Vilnius, as well as in numerous towns of modern Poland, Belarus, Lithuania and Ukraine (in Palanga, Kretinga, Lahojsk, Raudondvaris, Berdychiv, Biržai, Kavarskas, Deltuva, Trakai, Lentvaris, Seredžius, etc.)
- Eustachy Tyszkiewicz (1814–1874)
- Janusz Skumin Tyszkiewicz
- Janusz Tyszkiewicz Łohojski
- Katarzyna Eugenia Tyszkiewicz
- Konstanty Tyszkiewicz
- Ludwik Skumin Tyszkiewicz, Field Lithuanian Hetman (Grand Treasurer) of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
- Count Michal Tyszkiewicz (1828–1897), collector and amateur Egyptologist
- Count Michał Zygmunt Tyszkiewicz 1903-1974 diplomat and songwriter
- Samuel Tyszkiewicz
- Stefan Tyszkiewicz (1894-1976), engineer and inventor, soldier and political activist married into the extended Russian imperial family
- Tadeusz Tyszkiewicz, (1774–1852) a general
- Teodor Skumin Tyszkiewicz, Grand Treasurer of Lithuania of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
- Count Mykhaylo Tyshkevych (1857—1930) - Ukrainian politician, patron of Prosvita Society, ambassador of Ukrainian State to Vatican.
- See also: Tyszkiewicz (surname)
|Astravas Manor||Tiškevičiai Palace, Palanga||Tiškevičiai Palace on Lake Galvė, Trakai|
Palaces connected with the Tyszkiewicz family
Tyszkiewicz palace in Warsaw
Tyszkiewicz palace in Krakow
Palace in Przecław
The 'Red Manor', Raudondvaris Castle with Basilica of St Teresa
Tiškevičiai palace in Kretinga
Tiškevičiai palace in Trakų Vokė
Tiškevičiai Palace in Lentvaris
Tiškevičiai palace in Vilnius
The Palace in Valozhyn
The mansion in Ziezmariai
Tyszkiewicz palace in Łahojsk (in ruins)
Former manorial buildings in Balbieriškis, (destroyed)
The palace in Dunilavichy (destroyed)
- Jerzy Jan Lerski; Piotr Wróbel; Richard J. Kozicki (1996). Historical Dictionary of Poland, 966-1945. Greenwood Publishing. p. 616.
- Walerian Kalinka, Dzieła, chapter "Żywot Tadeusza Tyskiewicza", 1900, Google Print, p.195-198 (public domain)
- Potocka-Wąsowiczowa, Anna z Tyszkiewiczów. Wspomnienia naocznego świadka. Warszawa: Państwowy Instytut Wydawniczy, 1965.