Władysław Hieronim Sanguszko

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Władysław Hieronim Sanguszko
Coat of arms Pogoń Litewska
Consort Princess Izabella Maria Lubomirska
Noble family Sanguszko
Father Prince Eustachy Erazm Sanguszko
Mother Princess Klementyna Czartoryska
Born (1803-09-20)20 September 1803
Sławuta, Poland
Died 15 April 1870(1870-04-15) (aged 66)
Cannes, France

Prince Władysław Hieronim Sanguszko (1803–1870) was a Polish nobleman, landowner, conservative politician.[1]

Władysław participated in the November Uprising in 1830–1831. He was owner of Gumniśki estate and ran there an Arabian horse stud farm. From 1861 to 1869 member of the National Sejm in Galicia and member of the Herrenhaus. An opposite of the January Uprising of 1863–1864. Since 1854 chairman of the "Society of Friends of Arts" in Kraków.


He was married to his maternal first cousin Princess Izabella Maria Lubomirska and had five children:[2]

His older brother Prince Roman Sanguszko was compelled to walk the entire way to Siberia (about 3300 km) in chains for his part in the November Uprising by personal order of the Russian Czar.


  • O sztuce chowu koni i utrzymaniu stada, 1850