About project

THE LYCZKOWSKIS OF SHIELD CLAN OF:
LYCZKOWSKI GENEALOGY - THE BEARERS OF:
 
 

A WORD FROM THE CREATER OF THE PROJECT

H. Sienkiewicz. "The Deluge". Kmicic's company. 1885

Greeting!

For those interested I offer a list of family names of Belarusian nobility, which was originally published in "Spadčyna" ("Heritage") magazine #2, 1995 (Uładysłaŭ Krukoŭski "Srebnaja strałа ŭ Čyrvonym poli" - "A Silver Arrow In Red Field"). The history of the Lyczkowski (way of writing versions: Łyčkoŭski - Лычкоўскі - Łyczkowski - Lyčkovskis - Личковський - Lychkouski - Lychkovskiy - Lytschkowski - Лычковский) family has much in common with those of other Belarusian szlachta (noble) families. So if you find your own family name in the list, maybe you will also reveal in yourself a strong desire and need to know history of your ancestors. If it happens, I will be convinced that my work was useful indeed.

This project is fully amateur, niether academic nor systematic whatsoever, and I ask all visitors to take it into account while evaluating the content of the site. But I will be very pleased to hear visitors' crititism, opinions, propositions, and of course new unique information.

Józef Chełmoński. "The prayer before a battle (Racławice)",1906

For generous assistance in creation of this project I'd like to thank Mariusz Majek (Poland) - for his help in preparing Polish version of the project, and Uładysłaŭ Viaroŭkin-Šaluta (Belarus) - for providing valuable information concerning genealogy of the Lyczkowskis. I also wish to express my sincere appreciation to all staff of the National Historic Archive of Belarus - without their help I would have taken much longer time and incomparably more efforts to run the project to its present point. My deep thanks to all who found some time and brought his share to this work. This site is by all means the result of your cooperation. Thank You!

Feel free to contact me via email. Any language which is supported by the site is suitable for correspondence, but Belarusian or English are preferable.

We appreciate and welcome any form of Your sponsorship to this project. If You'd like to support our efforts, please contact site administrator.

With regards,

Jury Lyczkowski.
* - "Nieviadomaja vajna" ("Unknown War") Hienadź Sahanovič, Miensk "Navuka i technika", 1995.

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