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The LYCZKOWSKIS of Cavusy (Čavusy) paviet

[district of Mahilou (Mahiloŭ) province] had nobility registration (vyvod) under Sulima Shield dated back to June 15, 1803. Were written to the Part 1 of NGA (read here). The information of vyvod confirmation by Russian Senate has not discovered.

The files of Mahilou NDA. The National Historical Archive of Belarus.

The LYCZKOWSKIS from Ihumien and Barysau (Barysaŭ) paviets

Anopal Catholic church. 1776. Water-colour of N.Orda. 1864-1876

(districts of Miensk province) tried and proved their nobility together. They had vyvod in Miensk NDA (Noble Deputy Assembly) dated back to August 27,1802 and were written to the Part 1 of NGA. It was not confirmed by the Rassian Senate Order #1522 dated back to July 10,1816. Descended from Ihnat Gabryel (Ihumien line) and Francisak (Barysau line), the son of łoŭčy (see dictionary) of Vorsa (Vorša/Orša).

Kojdanava Catholic church

At the end of the 18th - beginning of the 19th centuries the Lyczkowskis from Ihumien paviet lived in the village of Jaconki (Jačonki) neighbourhood and in the estate of Kojdanava in Miensk paviet, on the lands of young prince Dominik Radziwil. The Lyczkowskis from Kojdanava estate were announced freemen by the Radziwils' Commission of Inquiry in 1812. In February 22, 1833 several Lyczkowskis of Ihumien line were added to genealogy by Miensk NDA decision. The information of confirmation by Russian Senate has not discovered.

The Lyczkowskis from Barysau paviet ceased to be subjects under prince Radziwil's rule in August 27,1808. By resolutions of Barysau District Court (July 17, 1818) and Miensk Major Court (June 18, 1819) they were announced freemen. Some families of these Lyczkowskis failed to free themselves, most likely because thier birth certificates were lost in fire, and remained under the Radziwils' rule. At the end of the 18th - beginning of the 19th centuries they resided at the village of Jesmony (Jeśmony) neighbourhoods, on the lands of prince Michal Radziwil.

The Ihumien-Barysau family of the Lyczkowskis owned until 1740 the estate of Dzviniacy (Dźviniačy) in the Miensk voivodship.

The Lyczkowskis' Files of Miensk NDA. The National Historical Archive of Belarus.

LYCZKOWSKI Leon (Leŭ), son of Clement (Klamienci)

In 1879 he graduated from the Vilnia Teachers Institute, honored with a silver medal. At the begining of the 20th century worked as a teacher of physics & mathematics at the Niasviz (Niaśviž) Teachers seminary, the form master of Jakub Kolas (the classic of Belarusian literature), Statskiy Sovetnik (State Councellor), the deputy of Slucak Uyezd Duma (District Assembly)(1907).

Niaświž. Teachers seminary (former Dominican monastery)
Двадцатипятилетие Виленского учительского института. 1875-1900. Краткая историческая записка. Вильна, 1900.
Minsk guberniya (province) Address-Calendars and Commemorative Books (for different yrs).
Photo, 1902: Fund ЛМК КП-7689/КФ-1156, Literary-Memorial Museum of Jakub Kolas, Miensk, Belarus.
Lyczkowski genealogy of Sulima Shield clan
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The LYCZKOWSKIS from the Slucak (Słucak) paviet

Usielub. Catholic church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross. 1433 (1489-?)

(district of Miensk province) had vyvod in Miensk NDA dated back to January 31, 1818. It was confirmed by the Rassian Senate Order #9158 dated back to October 27,1860. Written to the Part 6 of NGA. They did it separately from the Lyczkowskis resided in the Ihumien & Barysau regions. They were belonged to different families.

Catholic church in Karalaščevičy

Indication of the Slucak region as the place of origin of these Lyczkowskis is conventional, as the representatives of this family in late 18th - early 19th centuries lived in the neighbourhood of the village of Lubca (Lubča), in the Navahradak paviet.

According to materials of the Commission of Inquiry for the Radziwils' dominion, these Lyczkowskis were known in Lubca county since 1680 and, at least in 1805, beared the Ryś (Lynx) Coat of Arms (image is lost). But made vyvod under the Sulima Shield.

In accordance with Patent of King Stanislaw August dated back to July 10, 1792 Michal Lyczkowski got "navahradak's paručnik rank of the People Cavalry of the Crown Army with standard".

Niaświž. Jesuitic Catholic church

In the middle of the 17th century representatives of this Lyczkowski family owned the estates of Zurmoze (Zurmože/Žurmože) and Vielkauscyna (Vielkaŭščyna), and the estate of Vierbniki until 1790. All in the Miensk voivodship [exact location remains unknown; presumably, somewhere around Samachvalavicy (Samachvałavičy)].

The Lyczkowskis' Files of Miensk NDA. The National Historical Archive of Belarus.

Luckievic (Łuckievič) Zofia, da. of Emieryk, nee LYCZKOWSKI

Photo of the 1880th

Mother of Ivan and Anton Luckievic - statesmen and public figures of Belarusian People's Republik. At the begining of the 20th century the family lived in Minsk at their own house on Chryscenskaja str., 27.

Farmer Estate (falvarak) Rakucioŭščyna

The estate of Rakuciouscyna (Rakucioŭščyna) (in 1911), which was in the Vialejka uyezd (Vilnia province), belonged to her brother Vaclau*. There is the brunch of Maxim Bahdanovic (Bahdanovič) Literature Museum today.

* Vacłaŭ Zachar Łyčkoŭski (1851-1925). In accordance with V. Łastoŭski, he was a god-father of A. Łuckievič. - В. Ластоўскі "Mае ўспаміны аб М.Багдановічу".

The LYCZKOWSKIS in Valyn province

Luck. Catholic Cathedral of Holy Trinity. Water-colour of N.Orda. 1862-1876

Wincenty and Maciej Kazimierz with sons: Alfred Stanislaw Wawrzynec and Aleksander Boleslaw Edward; and Jan with sons: Emeryk Michal, Michal Ludomir and Juljan Jan, sons of Michal, grandsons of Jerzy, great-grandsons of Michal, 1835; Ludomir, son of Maciej Kazimierz, 1851; and Marjan Bronislaw, son of Aleksander, 1886, proved their nobility in the Volyn province. (Spis.)

Adam Boniecki i Artur Reiski. Herbarz Polski.

They had vyvod in Volyn NDA in 1828. It was confirmed by the Rassian Senate Order #5199 dated back to April 30, 1835. Written to the Part 6 of NGA. A sideline of the Lyczkowskis from the Slucak paviet of Miensk province. Lived in Rovno paviet of Volyn province.

The Lyczkowskis' Files of Miensk NDA. The National Historical Archive of Belarus.

LYCZKOWSKI of SULIMA Shield

Maciej, Jan and Wincenty, the sons of Michal, & others, confirmed their nobility in Empire and were written to noble book of Volyn province in 1835.

Seweryn H. Uruski. Rodzina. Herbarz szlachty polskiej.
Lyczkowski genealogy of Sulima / Rys Shield clan
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