Counts of Galicia

= Counts of Galicia (and Poland) =

Aleksandrowicz of Kruki. Stanislaw Aleksandrowicz (1781-1826) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Francis I on 9 October 1800. In 1824 the Aleksandrowicz family appeared in the list of families authorised to bear the title of Count of the Kingdom of Poland. The title was recognised in Russia on 27 December 1847. The titled family is now extinct.

Ankwicz of Abdank. Stanislaw, Andrzej, Jan, Michal and Maciej obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Empress Maria-Theresa on 5 December 1778. All the titled branches of the Ankwicz family became extinct by 1845.

Badeni of Boncza. Sebastien Badeni obtained the title of Count of the Kingdom of Poland from the Polish Senate on 2 December 1825. The title became extinct upon his death. Casimir-Stanislaw-Franciszek Badeni obtained the hereditary title of Count of Austria on 28 February 1846. Stanislaw-Franciszek-Pawel Badeni obtained the hereditary title of Count of Austria on 21 May 1887.

Batowski of Trzy Zeby. In 1824 Aleksander Batowski appeared in the list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count of the Kingdom of Poland. The title is now extinct.

Baworowski of Prus III. Maciej-Tadeusz-Waclaw, Alois and Victor-Ignacy Baworowski obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Empress Maria-Theresa on 19 February 1779 (Letters of Patent: 27 July 1779).

Bakowski of Kraków. Maciejcie Bakowski obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Joseph II on 20 December 1782. The title is now extinct.

Bielinski of Junosza. In 1798 Stanislaw Bielinski obtained the title of Count from Kaiser Frederick-Wilhelm of Prussia. The title is now extinct.

Bielinski of Szeliga. Piotr Bielinski obtained the hereditary title of Count of the Kingdom of Poland from Tsar Alexander I on 23 August 1825. The title became extinct on after death on 27 February 1897.

Bielski of Jelita. Antoni obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Empress Maria-Theresa on 19 November 1778. He died without issue. Jules, Robert, Vincent, Joseph obtained the title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Franz-Joseph on 18 July 1895 (Letters of Patent 6 September 1895).

Bninski of Lodzia. The following family members received the hereditary title of Count from Prussian Kaiser Frederick William III: Lukasz (obtained on 5 June 1798); the brothers Aleksander and Florent (obtained on 17 January 1816), they were also listed amongst those authorised to bear the title of Count of the Kingdom of Poland in 1824; Josef (obtained on 12 June 1816).

Bobrowski of Jastrzebiec-Bolescicow. Ignacy obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Francis II on 19 June 1800. A branch of the family received Russian recognition on 28 June 1844.

Borch of Trzy Kawki. Michal-Jan obtained the hereditary title of Count of the Holy Roman Empire from Emperor Joseph II on 17 March 1783. Karol, Jerzy, Jan, Josef, Aleksander, Antoni Stanislaw and Josef, Casimir, Piotr, Michal obtained confirmation of their titles in Russia on 20 September 1839, their descendants obtained further Russian confirmations on 28 September 1843, 4 November 1853, 26 October 1854, 3 July 1858 and 1 February 1882.

Borkowski of Junosza. Wlodomir-Maria obtained the hereditary title of Count of Austria from Emperor Franz-Joseph on 15 May 1866. The title was extinct upon his death.

Borkowski of Labedz. The brothers Leonard, Vincent, Franciszek, Antoni and Stanislaw along with Titus and Henryk-Jacek Borkowski obtained the hereditary title of Count of Austria from Emperor Francis I on 5 February 1819 and 28 February 1828. The three brothers are also listed in the 1824 register of those persons authorised to bear the title of Count of the Kingdom of Poland.

Branicki of Korczak. Wladyslaw, Gregorz obtained the hereditary title of Count of Russia from Tsar Nicholas I on 18 April 1839 (Letters of Patent 9 July 1841).

Broniec of Bronic. In 1830 the Delegation of the Senate of the Kingdom of Poland issued a recognition of Adam Broniec's title of Count. He died without issue.

Brzozowski of Strzemie. Casimir obtained the title of count from Pope Innocent XII. Aleksander and Franciszek-Ksawery obtained the hereditary title of Count of Prussia from Kaiser Frederick-Wilhelm II. They appear along with their third brother Michal and their cousin Karol amonst those authorised to bear the title of Count of the Kingdom of Poland in 1824. The descendants of Aleksander and Franciszek-Ksawery obtained Russian confirmation of their title on 1 May 1846.

Brzozowski of Belina. Karl obtained the hereditary title of Count from Pope Leo XIII.

Bukowski of Osoria. Michal and Franciszek obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Joseph II on 11 February 1783.

Bystrzanowski of Starykon. Kajetan and Josef obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Francis II on 19 March 1801. The title was recognised in Prussia on 5 September 1803.

Cetner of Przerowa. Dominik and Ignacy-Aleksander obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia on 1 December 1780.

Charczewski (Charczowski) of Cholewa. Michal and Valentyn obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Joseph II on 12 February 1783.

Chodkiewicz of Chodkiewicz. Aleksander-Franciszek is listed amongst those entitled to bear the title of Count of the Kingdom of Poland in 1824.

Choloniewski of Korczak. Ignacy, Rafal and Franciszek obtained the hereditary title of Count of the Galicia from Emperor Francis II on 30 March 1798. Franciszek died without issue. The descendants of Ignacy and Rafal obtained Russian confirmation of their title on 28 January 1842 and 21 December 1849.

Cieszkowski of Dolega. Augustus (1813-1895) obtained the title of Count from Pope Pius IX in 1850. The title was confirmed in the Kingdom of Prussia in 1854.

Czacki of Swinka. Felix, Maria, Adam (1840-1909) obtained the title of Count(essa) of Russia on 5 May 1897.

Czapski of Leliwa. The Czapskis received the hereditary title of Count in Prussia on 27 September 1804 and 3 November 1861, in Russia on 12 June 1874, 28 June 1895, and the 14th of June 1900.

Czarnecki of Prus III. Marcel (1793-1868) received the hereditary title of Count from Kaiser Frederick-Wilhelm IV of Prussia on 30 October 1854 (succession by primogeniture). On 8 June 1857 the right of succession was extended to all three children of Marcel: Antoni, Zygmunt and Stanislas. This was subject to the restriction that the title would not pass to one who married a non-noble. Letters Patent confirming this requirement were issued in Berlin on 25 January 1860.

Dambski of Godziemba. Casimir, Augustus and Damien-Felicien are listed amongst those who are entitled to bear the title of Count of the Kingdom of Poland in 1824. Apollinaire-Pantaleon (1802-1868) and Casimir-Ludwik (+1833) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Prussia on 3 December 1825. Gustav-Eustachy (1799-1863), Juliusz (1802-1836) and Arnold (1804-182) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Prussia on 19 September 1826.

Dembinski of Rawicz. Jan-Nepomucene obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Josef II on 2 August 1784. The title is now extinct.

Debicki of Gryf. Ludwik (+1808) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperors Joseph II and Leopold II on 2 August 1789 (Letters of Patent 25 November 1790)

Drohojowski of Korczak. Antoni-Jan, Jan and Wiktor obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Josef II on February 7, 1783.

Dzialynski of Ogonczyk. Franciszek-Ksawery obtained the hereditary title of Count from Kaiser Frederick-Wilhelm II on 19 September 1786. His wife Justyna appeared in the list of persons authorised to bear the title of Countess of the Kingdom of Poland in 1824. The title is now extinct.

Dzieduzycki of Sas. Tadeusz (1724-1777) and Dominik (1727-1804) obtained the title of Count of Galicia from Empress Maria-Theresa on 22 October 1776 and 26 July 1777. Waleryn-Wiktor (1754-1832), Laurent-Martin (1772-1836) and Josef-Kalasanty (1776-1847) and Ignacy (+1828) appear in the list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count of the Kingdom of Poland. Henryk-Seweryn-Ignacy obtained Prussian recognition of his title on 2 November 1826.

Dzierzbicki of Topor. Ksawery is listed amongst those persons authorised to bear the title of Count of the Kingdom of Poland in 1824. The title is now extinct.

Fredro of Boncza. Hycanithe (+1828) obtained the hereditary title of Count from Emperor Francis I. Jan (+1845) appears in the list of persons entitled to bear the title of Count of the Kingdom of Poland.

Garczynski of Garczynski. Adam-Josef-Alois-Tadeusz (1791-1863) obtained the hereditary title of Count from King Frederick-Wilhelm III of Prussia. The title is now extinct.

Gizycki h. Gozdawa. Franciszek-Ksawery appeared in the list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count of the Kingdom of Poland in 1824.

Golejewski of Kosciesza. Jerzy and Jan obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia on 8 February 1783.

Goluchowski of Leliwa. Josef-Albert (1734-1806) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Joseph II on 17 June 1783.

Gomolinski of Jelita. The Gomolinskis figure amongst those persons entitled to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Gorzenski-Ostrorog of Nalecz. Timothy and Augustin received the hereditary title of Count from King Friedrich Wilhelm II, King of Prussia in 1774. The title is now extinct. In 1870 Antoni, Stanislas and Zygmunt obtained permission in Prussia to include "Ostrorog" as a second-barrel to their name. Zygmunt obtained the title of Count from Pope Pius IX on July 17, 1886. The title became extinct upon his death without issue.

Grabowski of Topor. The Grabowskis obtained the hereditary title of Count in Prussia on 1 December 1816, in Russia on 21 April 1836, 28 May 1840, 5 November 1840. In 1824 the Grabowskis appeared in the list of persons entitled to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Grabowski of Zbiswicz. Piotr-Boniface obtained the hereditary title of Count from King Frederick-Wilhelm II of Prussia on 17 September 1786. The title became extinct upon his death without issue. Josef-Jerzy obtained the hereditary title of Count from King Frederick-Wilhelm IV of Prussia on 10 September 1840 (succession by primogeniture). Josef-Jan-Ignacy-Tadeusz (1791-1881_obtained the hereditary title of Count from King Frederick-Wilhelm IV of Prussia on 10 September 1840 (succession by primogeniture). On 26 August 1854 Adam, Waclaw, Jan (1827-1899), the son of Josef, Jan, Ignacy, Tadeusz, obtained permission in Prussia to use the title of Count. The title became extinct upon his death.

Grocholski of Syrokomla. Stanislaw, Wincenty, Karol, Michal, Tadeusz, Przemyslaw, Michal and all the children of Henryk, Cyprian, Ignacy (1802-1866) obtained the hereditary title of Count in Russia on May 26, 1881. Bernard, Josef, Maria, Maria, Josef, Wladimir and all the children of Matthew, Mieczyslaw, Josef-Maria (1812-1899) obtained the hereditary title of Count in Russia on 18 November 1898.

Grodzinski of Lada. Jan-Nepomucene obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Empeor Francis II on 8 May 1800.

Grudzinski of Grzymala. Joanna (1799-1831) was awarded the title of Princess of Łowicz by Tsar Alexander I on 8 August 1820 following her marriage to the Grand Duke Constantine of Russia. The title became extinct upon her death. Zygmunt, Ignacy, Jan (1734-1804) obtained the hereditary title of Count from King Frederick II of Prussia. The title is now extinct.

Grzembski of Jastrebiec. Stanislas (died July 3, 1808) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Francis I on May 31, 1806. He died without issue.

Gurowski of Wczele. Rafal (1716-1797) obtained the hereditary title of Count from King Frederick-Wilhelm of Prussia on 5 November 1787. The title was confirmed in Russia on the 5th of July 1844. The Gurowskis appeared in the list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland in 1824.

Gutakowski of Gutag. Waclaw (1790-1882) and Konstantyn (born 1800) both appear in the list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. They both died without issue.

Humnicki of Gozdawa. Michal obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia on 18 March 1790. Michal's cousin Stefan obtained the same title on 6 September 1794. Husarzewski of Husarzewski and Prus-Sas. Karol-Antoni (+1832) obtained the hereditary title of Count from King Frederick-Wilhelm III of Prussia on December 14, 1814.

Ilinski of Lis. Henryk (1792-1871) and Jan-Augustus-Stanislaw (1795-1860) obtained the hereditary title of Count in Russia on the 7th of June and 7 December 1850. Aleksander-Augustus obtained confirmation of this title from Tsar Nicholas II on 21 May 1897. Nicholas II also authorised the trasmission of this title to Aleksander-Augustus's nephew, Aleksander-Maximiliany.

Jablonowski of Grzymala. Roch, Michal, Stanislaw (died 1780) obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria (see: Counts of Austria).

Jaraczewski of Zaremba. Ignacy-Stanislaw obtained the Prussian title of Count in 1810. The title became extinct upon his death.

Jaworski of Sas. Romuald-Josef and Michal-Gabriel (sons of Andrzej-Antoni and Constance Siekierzynska of Zadora) obtained the title of Baron on 9 September 1779 and the title of Count of Galicia on 27 July 1782. Romuald-Josef died without male issue. Andrzej-Antoni's descendants became extinct in the male line in 1851.

Jezierski of Nowina. Hyacinthe (son of Louis and Victoria Stoinska of Janina) b. 1722, d. 1805 obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Francis II on 5 July 1801. Hyacinthe's sons, Jan, Nepomucene, Pawel, Franciszek and Stanislaw appear in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. Jan, Nepomucene, Pawel, Franciszek and the three sons of Stanislaw (Karol, Antoni, Stanislaw) obtained Rusian confirmation of their titles on 30 November 1849.

Jundzill of Labedz. Franciszek (son of Tadeusz and Angela Zaleska) d. 1818 obtained an hereditary title of Count from King Frederick-Wilhelm III of Prussia on 5 June 1798. The last titled member of this family died in Switzerland in 1941.

Kalinowski of Kalinowa. Seweryn-Ksawery (son of Ignacy and Justyna Borzecka of Polkozic) obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria from Emperor Francis I on 17 August 1818.

Karsnicki of Leliwa. Antoni (son of Walentyn) b. 1778 d. without issue 3 May 1844 obtained the hereditary title of Count from Austrian Emperor Francis I on 23 June 1821. The title became extinct upon his death.

Kaszowski-Ilinski of Janina. On 21 January 1902 Aleksander, Maksimilian, Ignacy, Wiktor, Adolf (son of Adolf by his second wife Leona-Maria Ilinska of Lis) b. 1869 (adopted by his uncle Aleksander Ilinski) obtained the right to bear the surname Kaszowski-Ilinski and use the hereditary title of Count in Russia. The title is extinct.

Keszycki of Nalecz. Martin (son of Josef and Josephine Horodyska of Korczak) b. 1834 d. 1900 obtained the title of Count from Pope Pius IX in 1875. The title became extinct upon his death.

Kicinski h. Rogala. Bruno-Denis-Aeropagite-Marcel (son of Pius and Franciszka Cieciszowska of Roch II) b. 7 October 1797, d. 23 March 1844, obtained the hereditary title of Count in Russia on 5 July 1844. The title is extinct.

Koczorowski of Rogala. Casmir (son of Tertulien and Franciszka Bninska of Lodzia) b. 1824, d. 1893 obtained the hereditary title of Count from Pope Pius IX on 21 April 1871 (succession by male primogeniture).

Komarnicki of Sas. Lucas (son of Gregory and Maria Podrucka) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Austrian Emperor Francis II on 19 October 1803. The title is extinct.

Komorowski of Ciolek. Erasmus (son of Jan and Louise Cielecka of Zaremba) d. 1835 obtained the hereditary title of Count from Austrian Emperor Francis I on 25 July 1817. The title is extinct.

Komorowski of Korczak. The Komorowskis obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia on 13 April 1793, 19 October 1803, and 23 January 1894. The title was confirmed in Russia by Nicholas I on 5 July 1844. Ignacy and Cyprian appear in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Konarski of Gryf. Etienne-Louis (1725-1788) and Adam (born 1735) sons of Michal (1691-1746) and Teresa Lipska of Grabie, obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Austrian Emperor Joseph II on 20 May 1783.

Konopacki of Trzaska. Wladyslaw (born 17 December 1833) and Jerzy-Simon-Modeste (b. 15 April 1836) [both sons of Franciszek-Joachim by his wife Sophia Przyluska) obtained the hereditary title of Count in Saxony on 20 October 1875. They died without issue.

Korytowski of Mora. Jules, Leopold-Franciszek (son of Erazmus 1816-1870 by his wife Malvyna-Casmira Starzenska of Lis 1816-1894) b. 10 March 1844 obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria on 24 May 1893 (L.P. 27 June 1893).

Kossakowski of Slepowron. The Kossakowskis obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria on 3 June 1784 (this branch became extinct in 1801) and in Russia on 25 July 1804 (this branch became extinct in 1842) and again on 19 March 1843 and 16 December 1875 with later confirmations on 16 February 1859, 21 February 1861 and 10 May 1888.

Koziebrodzki of Jastrzebiec-Bolescicow. Marcin-Boleslaw (son of Adam and Adnese Karska) d. 15 February 1787 obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Josef II on 30 January 1781.

Krasicki of Rogala. Jerzy (second son of Stanislaw and Catherine Zorawinska) obtained the hereditary title of Count of the Holy Roman Empire from Emperor Ferdinand II on 1 July 1631. The title was confirmed in Austria on 14 March 1786 (L.P. 22 September 1787) and in Russia on 2 June 1844, 20 September 1852, 28 November 1866 and 2 November 1882.

Krasinski of Slepowron. The Krainskis obtained the hereditary title of count in Prussia on 5 June 1798 and 1 April 1806, in France on 20 May 1811 (L.P. 13 June 1811), in Russia on 17 March 1837 and in Austria on 10 April 1848, 29 June 1856 (L.P. 8 August 1856) and 18 September 1882 (L.P. 27 April 1883). In 1824 the Krasinskis appeared in the list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Kreski of Nadelwicz. Konstantyn (son of Joachim and Justyna Magnuska) obtained the hereditary title of Count from King Frederich-Wilhelm IV of Prussia on 25 October 1843. The title is extinct.

Krosnowski of Junosza. Ignacy obtained the title of Count in Austria from Emperor Leopold II on 17 April 1791. Ignacy died without issue. Marcel, Wincenty, Antoni appeared in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. He obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria from Emperor Ferdinand I on 22 October 1841. He died without issue. The title is extinct.

Krukowiecki of Pomian. Piotr-Pawel (1722-1792) obtained the title of Baron from Empress Maria-Theresa on 25 March 1780 and the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Joseph II on 6 May 1784. Jan (1770-17 April 1850) figures in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. On 27 December 1847 Jan obtained the hereditary title of Count in Russia from Czar Nicholas I. The title is extinct.

Kuczkowski of Jastrzebiec. Andrzej-Aleksander (born 1755) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia on 30 November 1807 from Emperor Francis I. The last titled member of this family was his youngest son, Casimir Antoni Piotr Stanislaw Andrzej (1814-1873).

Kurnatowski of Lodzia. Zygmunt (son of Stanislaw and Eleonora Potworowska) (born 1858) obtained the hereditary papal title of Count from Pope Leo XIII on 30 September 1902 (succession by male primogeniture).

Kuropatnicki of Nieczuja. Evariste-Andrzej (son of Marcel, d. 1742 and Theresa Kurdanowska) d. 21 February 1788, obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Empress Maria-Theresa on 10 March 1779. The last titled member of this family was his son Josef-Ksawery (1766-1832).

Kwilecki of Byliny. Two branches of this family obtained the hereditary title of Count in Prussia: 1. Clement (died 1825) and his brother Jan-Nepomucene (d. 1838) [sons of Jan-Jozef by his wife Nepomucene Bielinska) obtained the title from King Frederich-Wilhelm III on 17 January 1816. The two brothers appeared in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count of the Kingdom of Poland. 2. Josef-Ignacy-Walentyn (son of Antoni-Maciej), b. 10 February 1791, d. 3 November 1860, obtained the title from King Frederich Willehlm III on 12 June 1816. This title was confirmed in Russia on 2 July 1842. Upon the death of Josef-Ignacy-Walentyn the title was transmitted, with permission from the King of Prussia, to his younger son, Zbigniew-Antoni-Jozef of the Wesierski family. In 1928, after the death of Wesierski the title passed to the senior branch of the Kwilecki family.

Lanckoronski of Zadora. The Lanckoronskis obtained the hereditary title of Count on the following occasions: from Emperor Josef II on 25 May 1774, 10 September 1782 and 18 September 1783, and from the Kingdom of Poland on 19 July 1825. In 1824 members of the family appeared in the list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Lasocki of Dolega. Daniel-Titus (son of Walenty, 1746 – 1793, and of Anne Szygowska), b. 3 January 1785, d. 31 July 1875, obtained the hereditary Papal title of Count from Pope Pius IX on 13 April 1869 (L.P. 30 January 1872) (succession by male primogeniture). Bronislaw-Julusz-Edmond (son of the above by his wife Monika-Florentine Nieznanska), b. 18 August 1828, obtained the hereditary title of Count from Leopold II, King of the Belgians. Austrian Emperor Franz-Josef confirmed this title for his three sons on 8 April 1888 and 11 April 1892 (L.P. 18 April 1892). Maximilian, b. 12 September 1785 d. without issued 7 October 1812 obtained the title of Chevalier of the French Empire from Emperor Napoleon I. The title became extinct upon his death.

Latalski of Prawdzic. Janusz (died 1557) obtained the herditary title of Count of the Holy Roman Empire from Emperor Charles V on 21 July 1538. Dominik-Wladyslaw (son of Aleksander) appeared in the list of persons authorsied to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. The title is believed to have become extinct at the end of the nineteenth century.

Ledochowski of Szalawa. Antoni, Barthomoew, Hyacinthe, Joachim, Philippe, Michal (sons of Franciszek and Louise Denhoff) b. 23 August 1755, d. 11 November 1835 obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria from Emperor Francis II on 8 May 1800. The title was confirmed in the Kingdom of Poland in 1825, and in Russia on 18 May 1845. In 1824 the Ledochowskis appeared in the list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Leszczynski of Abdank. Josef, b. 27 July 1791 (son of Michael by his wife Barbara Wolska) obtained the hereidtary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Josef II on 1 November 1782. His two sons, Antoni and Clement-Kajetan died without issue and the title thereby became extinct.

Lewicki of Rogala. Samuel-Albert (son of Ignacy-Adam by his wife Maria Tarnawiecka) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Joseph II on 11 October 1783. The title became extinct upon the death of his younger son, Kajetan. After the death of Kajetan his daughter, Zofia, maried to Count William Siemienski, obtained the right to inherit by the estate from Emperor Franz-Josef (7 December 1869). According to the terms of this authorisation William Siemienski was obliged to carry the name of Siemienski-Lewicki).

Lubieniecki of Rola. Kajetan and Antoni (sons of Dominik by his wife Katarzyna Kumianiecka) and Augustus and Jan-Kanty-Adam (son of Adam and Josephine Pieglowska) obtained the herediary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Josef II on 25 January 1783. Jan, Kanty, Adam appears in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count of the Kingdom of Poland. Jan, Kanty, and Adam also received Russian confirmation of his title on 18 May 1845.

Lacki of Korzbok. Wladyslaw, Thomas, Josef, Anastas (son of Antoni by his wife Nymphe Sczaniecka) b. 7 March 1821, d. 6 March 1908, obtained the title of Count in Prussia on 11 December 1893. The title is extinct.

Laczynski of Nalecz. Josef (son of Antoni), d. 19 May 1800, obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Joseph II on 6 November 1783. The title is extinct.

Los of Dabrowa. The Los obtained the hereditary title of Count on the following occasions: of Galicia on 13 June 1783 and 17 May 1789 from Emperor Josef II, and in Austria on 27 January 1861 from Emperor Franz-Josef, and in Russia on 28 June 1844 from Czar Nicholas I.

Lubienski of Pomian. Felix-Valois (son of Celestin by his wife Pauline Szembek), 1758 – 1848, obtained the hereditary title of Count from King Frederich-Wilhelm III of Prussia on 5 June 1798. In 1824 he appeared in the list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. He received Russian confirmation of his title on 28 June 1844. Thomas (son of Felix-Valois by his wife Tekla Bielinska) b. 29 December 1784, d. 27 September 1870, obtained the title of Baron from French Emperor Napoleon I on 15 March 1810 (L.P. 13 February 1811). Franciszek-Ksawery (brother of the above) b. 5 January 1787, d. 7 June 1826 obtained the title of Chevalier of the Empire from Napoleon I on the same date.

Małachowski of Nalecz. Tomas obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia on 24 April 1800 and 6 June 1804, and in Russia on 2 July 1844 and 5 June 1852. In 1824 they appeared in the list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. The last titled member of this family died in the first quarter of the Twentieth century.

Mankowski of Zaremba. Waclaw (1820-1905) obtained the hereditary title of Count from Pope Leo XIII on 22 March 1887. This title was to be borne by himself and his nephew, Napleon-Ksawery (son of Tadeusz, 1816 – 1855 by his wife Bogumila Dabrowska, b. 1814, died 1901), (1836-1888). Succession to the title was to be by male primogeniture.

Matuszewicz of Labedz. Adam (d. without issue in 1836), appeared in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. The title is extinct.

Mecinski of Poraj. Adam-Albert (son of Albert, b. 1691, d. 1752, b. 1740, obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Francis II on 13 August 1801. Adam-Albert's three sons, Albert, Stanislaw and Jan appeared in the 1824 list of persons authorsed to bear the title of Count in the Kngdom of Poland. The last titled member of this family was Adam, died without issue on 14 January 1925. In 1923 Adam adopted Count Stanisław Tarnowski, b. 16 September 1918, and after that date he bore the name of Tarnowski-Mecinski.

Miaczynski of Suche Komnaty. The following family members obtained the hereditary title of Count: 1: Ignacy (son of Josef by his wife Katarzyna Potocka) (8 July 1760-25 October 1809), obtained the hereditary title of Count of the Holy Roman Empire from Emperor Francis II on 13 June 1803. This title became extinct in the next generation. 2: Aleksander-Stanislaw (son of Stanislaw-Adam by his wife Micheline Prusimska) (9 January 1810-31 October 1869), obtained the hereditary title of Count from King Frederich-Wilhelm IV of Prussia on 25 May 1853. 3: Witold-Michal (brother of the above), (23 September 1823-20 March 1880) obtained the hereditary title of Count in Russia on 14 January 1875. 4: Wladyslaw-Rozeslaw-Tadeusz (19 July 1825-24 November 1891) and his brother, Casimir-Michal-Piotr-Josef (27 January 1827-18 August 1905) (sons of Eufrozy-Jan-NepmuceneAlksander-Antoni by his wife Angele Ignatiew), obtained the hereditary title of Count in Russia on 8 June 1876 (L.P. 10 March 1881). 5: Franciszek-Ksawery-Jan-Josef (born 24 January 1841), Josef-Mieczyslaw (b. 28 December 1842) and Czeslaw (b. 20 July 1847) (all three were sons of Athanase, Piotr, Ignacy by his wife Helena-Anna Ledochowska), obtained the hereditary title of Count in Russia on 27 January 1881.

Michalowski of Jasienczyk. Stanislaw, Antoni, Josef, Walerian, (2 April 1832) obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria on 26 June 1868 (L.P. 20 July 1868). He died without issue on 15 August 1891. The title became extinct upon his death. The cousin germain of the above, Roman-Etienne (son of Wladyslaw-Roman-Josef, b. 1797 – 1880 by his wife Justine Uniatycka) (15 June 1839-24 July 1906) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia on 4 November 1885 (L.P. 2 December 1885). Jan-Nicodeme-Josef (son of Franciszek, born 25 April 1770) obtained the title of Baron from Emperor Napoleon I on 31 March 1812 (L.P. 14 August 1813).

Mielzynski of Nowina. Maximilian, Antoni, Jan (sons of Andrzej by his wife Anna-Petronella Bninska), (1738-1799) obtained the hereditary title of Count from Kaiser Frederich Wilhelm II of Prussia on 19 September 1786. His two children, Stanislaw and Mikolaj, appear in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. Josef (son of Maceij by his wife Seweryna Lipska), (1765-1824) obtained the hereditary title of Count from Kaiser Frederich-Wilhelm III of Prussia on 12 July 1817 (L.P. 20 January 1818).

Mier of Mier. William Mier obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria on 7 March 1777 (L.P. 30 December 1777). The title is extinct.

Mieroszewski of Slepowron. Josef obtained the hereditary title of Count from Frederich-Wilhelm III of Prussia on 17 July 1798. In 1824 Josef appeared in the list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. Josef died in 1833. He had no issue and his title became extinct. Augustus, Sobieslaw, Dominic (4 August 1820-14 February 1890) and Jan, Stanislaw, Wiktor, Krzysztof (27 December 1827-4 January 1900) obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria from Emperor Franz Joseph on 20 June 1869 (L.P. 23 August 1869). The title became extinct upon the death of Krzysztof on 12 December 1915.

Mikorski of Ostoja. Josef-Andrzej (or Josef-Stanislaw) (son of Jan by his wife Franciszka Proszkowska) obtained the hereditary title of Count from Frederich-Wilhelm III of Prussia on 5 June 1798. His son, Jan-Andrzej appeared in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. Roman-Alcibiade-Augustus (son of the above) obtained the title of Count in Russia on 5 July 1844. The title became extinct upon his death in 1850.

Milewski of Slepowron. Oscar-Karol (son of Hippolyte) (born 1817) obtained the papal title of Count from Pope Pius IX in 1876. This title was also granted to Oscar-Karol`s sons Ignacy-Karol (b.1846) and Hippolyte-Jan (b. 1848). The titles became extinct upon their deaths without issue.

Mlodecki of Polkozic. Josef-Mikolaj-Antoni-Marcin (or Josef-Jan-Antoni-Mikolaj), (son of Jan-Casimir, d. 1854 by his wife Dorotea Potocka, of Pilawa), obtained the hereditary title of Count from Pope Leo XIII on 30 August 1881 (succession by primogeniture).

Mniszech of Mniszech (or Konczyc). Stanislaw-Jerzy (son of Jan-Karol by his wife Katarzyna Zamoyska, h. Jelita) obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria on 22 April 1783. The title became extinct upon his death without issue in 1806. Michal-Jerzy (brother of the above) (1748-1806) obtained, at the same time as his brother, the title of Count in Austria. His descendants obtained Russian confirmation of the title on 3 November 1848. The title became extinct upon the death, without issue, of Andrzej-Jerzy-Filip-Stanislaw on 11 May 1905. Josef-Jan-Tadeusz (brother of the two previous individuals), (1742-1797) obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria on 14 August 1783. The last member of this branch, Aleksander-Emmanuel-Casimir, (born 17 May 1871) having no issue, adopted, on 25 July 1934, Baron Tadeusz-Hubert Horoch (son of Josef Horoch by his wife Anna Komorowska). This adoption was confirmed in Toruń on 30 September 1935. Thereafter, descendants bore the name Wandalin-Mniszech-Horoch.

Mniszek of Poraj (or Roza). Adam-Josef obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Joseph II on 11 February 1783. The title is extinct.

Morski of Topor. Aleksander (son of Josef by his wife Franciszka Soltyk) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Joseph II on 7 June 1784 (L.P. 1785). His son, Ignacy, appeared in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. The title became extinct upon his death without issue.

Morsztyn (also: Morstin), of Leliwa. Ludwik-Felicjan-Kajetan, (born 1782) and his brother, Filip, (b. 1784) (sons of Jan by his wife Catherine Mossakowska) appeared in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. Henri (b. 2 February 1859), his brother Tadeusz (b. 26 February 1860) (both children of Tadeusz by his wife Sabine Karnicka) as well as Ludwik (b. 12 December 1886) (son of Ludwik by his wife Amelia Lubieniecka, h. Rola), obtained the title of Count from Emperor Franz Joseph on 29 July 1915 (L.P. 19 May 1916).

Mostowski of Dolega. Tadeusz-Antoni (son of Pawel-Michal), 19 October 1766, died without issue 6 December 1842, appeared in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. Eduard-Athenogene-Josef-Pawel (son of Josef, b. 1763 – 1817) b. 1790, d. 1855, obtained on 6 October 1843, 19 September 1851 and 17 December 1852 the Russian hereditary title of Count for his four sons: Artur Karol Konstanty, Bogdan Stanislaw Gedymin, Wladyslaw Filoxene Felice and Eduard Pawel.

Moszczenski of Nalecz. Konstanty (son of Ludwik by his wife Konstance Dembinska) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Josef II on 18 April 1788. Konstanty`s son, Franciszek, married Celestyn Stadnicka. The title became extinct upon his death without issue. Franciszek (son of Boleslaw by his wife Maria Bronikowska) obtained the hereditary title of Count from Kaiser Frederich-Wilhelm III on 30 June 1803. This title was granted to Franciszek as well as his nephew, Stanislaw (son of Michal by his wife Eleonora Bninska). Both Franicszek and his nephew died without issue. Arsene-Antoni-Ludwik and Boleslaw-Feliks-Henri (both sons of Michael-Adam-Felicjan), Josef-Tadeusz (son of Balthazar-Jan-Adam) and Jan-Nepomucene-Josef (son of Albert-Jerzy), obtained the hereditary title of Count in Russia on 31 December 1856.

Moszynski of Nalecz. Jan-Kanty (son of Aleksander-Michal by his wife Teresa Ossolinska) married Fredericka-Aleksandra de Cosel, daughter of King Augustus II on 18 February 1730. Jan-Kanty was afforded a countly title for himself and his descendants. The title became extinct upon the death of his grandson, Jan (son of Augstus-Frederick by his wife Teophilia Potocka), without issue.

Mycielski of Dolega. The Mycielskis obtained the hereditary title of Count in Prussia on 20 June 1822 (L.P. 30 July 1822). This title was recognised in Austria on 16 April 1869.

Opacki of Prus. Jan-Gabriel-Rafal (son of Stanislaw and Kontance Mieczkowska), b. 1741, d. 11 February 1806, obtained the hereditary title of Count in Prussia from Kaiser Frederich-Wilhelm II on 5 June 1797. The title became extinct upon his death without issue.

Orlowski of Lubicz. Aleksander-Stanislaw obtained the hereditary title of Count (succession by primogeniture) from King Umberto I of Italy on 19 January 1879 (L.P. 30 March 1879). On 25 March 1886 (L.P. 15 April 1886) King Umberto I also conferred on Aleksander-Stanislaw the right to plac his arms on an ermine mantle. The title was later recognised by Luitpoid, the Prince Regent of Bavaria, on 2 July 1903.

Osiecimski-Hutten-Czapski of Lubicz. Kasimir-Robert Osiecimski (son of Hippolyte-Bonawentura by his wife Mathilde-Jadwiga Hutten-Czapska) obtained the right to bear the name of Osiecimski-Hutten-Czapski on 24 March 1907. On 19 November 1907 (L.P. 7 February 1908) he received the hereditary title of Count in Austria from Emperor Franz Joseph.

Ostrorog of Nalecz. Adam, Marcin, Aleksander and Isodore (sons of Josef-Kajetan) obtained the hereditary title of Counts in Galicia from Emperor Josef II on 17 March 1783. Josef, a descendant of Marcin, appeared in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. Roza, nee Glogowska (widow of Andrzej-Mikolaj-Josef, the son of Marcin) obtained Russian confirmation of the title for herself and her son, Leopold-Wladyslaw on 28 June 1844. Leopold-Wladyslaw did not have any issue and accordingly adopted Antoni-Wladyslaw-Ignacy Wolski. On 22 December 1903 Leopold secured permission from the Russian Council of State for Antoni to bear the title of Count as well as the surname of Ostrorog-Wolski.

Ostrowski of Rawicz. Roman-Tomasz-Adam-Florian, b. 21 December 1735, d. 5 July 1817 received the hereditary title of Count in Prussia from Kaiser Frederich-Wilhelm III on 6 July 1798. His descendants obtained confirmation of the title in Russia on 3 July 1844, 7 July 1854, 29 November 1855, 31 December 1891 and 21 December 1898. The sons of Tomasz-Adam appear in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Otocki of Dolega. Stanislaw, (son of Josef by his wife Justyna Gorzkowska) obtained the hereditary title of Baron of Galicia from Emperor Josef II on 28 January 1784. On 17 January 1797 Emperor Francis II granted Stanislaw the title of Count. The title became extinct upon his death without issue.

Ozarowski of Rawicz. Adam and Franciszke (sons of Piotr by his wife Maria Dzierzbicka), as well as the children of Kajetan, half-brother of Adam and Franciszek (son of Piotr by his first wife Elzbieta Pac), appear in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. The 1824 citation also states that the title was awarded by Tsar Alexander I. On 16 June 1838 Tsar Nicholas I confirmed this title.

Pac of Gozdawa. In 1824 the last male member of this family, Ludwik (son of Michal by his wife Ludwika Tyzenhaus) b. 10 May 1778, obtained recognition of his hereditary title of Count from the Senate of the Kingdom of Poland. Daughter, Ludwika, (by his wife Karolina Malachowska) was the only member of the family to appear in the list of persons authorised to bear the title of Countess in the Kingdom of Poland. She married Prince Ksawery Sapieha on 19 November 1840 and died in 1895.

Parys (also: Paris) of Prawdzic. Adam (died 1817) (son of Jan), obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Francis I on 16 July 1807 (L.P. 16 January 1808). His five sons (by his wife Josephine Soltyk), Kajetan, Ignacy, Josef-Walentyn, Jan-Bozy-Josef and Michal appeard in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. The title became exinct upon the death of the children of these five brothers.

Pawlowski of Slepowron. Antoni obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria from Emperor Francis I on 20 May 1810. He had three children by his wife Marie Dwernicka: Ludwik, Ambrozy and Karol. The title became extinc upon their death without male issue.

Pininski of Jastrzebiec. The Pininskis obtained the herditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Joseph II on 1 December 1780.

Piwnicki of Leibitz. Ignacy-Josef (son of Dominik by his wife Helena Konarska), b. 12 December 1785, obtained the hereditary title of Count in Prussia from Kaiser Frederich-Wilhelm IV on 9 August 1844. The title became extinct upon his death without issue on 1 November 1867.

Plater (also: Plater-Zyberk, Broel-Plater), of Plater. Michal (son of Kazimierz-Konstanty by his wife Izabella Borch), b. 28 December 1777, married Izabella-Helena von Syberg zu Wischling on 28 December 1777. On 10 July 1803 Csar Alexander I authorised the use by his descendants of the title of Count and the name of Plater-Syberg (Zyberk). The family was also granted permission to quarter their armorial bearings with those of the Syberg family. Other branches of the Plater family continued to use the unaltered arms. The Platers obtained the hereditary title of Count in Russia on 2 August 1829 and 3 February 1843.

Ploszay of Przemyśl. Karl (son of Augustus-Vladamir) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Franz Joseph on 18 July 1895. Obtained the hereditary title of Count from Pope Leo XIII on 8 April 1897 (succession by primogeniture). Obtained further Austrian-Hungarian confirmation by Emperor Franz Joseph on 28 September 1908. Obtained Italian recognition of his title by by King Umberto I on 16 March 1900.

Poletylo of Trzywdar. Albert (son of Maciej by his wife Claire Pietraszko) d. 1803, obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia on 21 August 1800. His two sons, Jan-Baptiste-Wincenty and Alois-Josef-Antoni both appear in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of count in the Kingdom of Poland. They also obtained the hereditary title of Count in Russia on 5 July 1844. Jan died without issue. Alois-Josef-Antoni died in 1860 and the title became extinct upon the death of his grandchildren.

Potulicki of Grzymala. Michal (son of Aleksander-Theodore by his wife Eleonora-Teresa Potocka), 15 July 1756 – 24 December 1806, obtained the hereditary title of Count from Kaiser Friedrich II of Prussia on 28 August 1780. Michal married Elzbieta Wodzica (1770-1806) and had two sons. The first, Kaspar-Piotr-Aleksander, b. 1 January 1792, d. 12 December 1853 obtained recognition of his title from the Senate of the Kingdom of Poland on 19 June 1825. He received further confirmation of his right to the title of Count in Russia from Czar Nicholas I on 5 June 1852. The second son of Michal, Kazimierz-Ludwik-Lukasz-Ignacy, b. 12 September 1793, d. 13 October 1871 obtained recognition of his title from the Senate of the Kingdom of Poland on 19 June 1825. His title became extinct upon his death without issue.

Potworowski of Debno. Jan-Adam (son of Adam by his wife Maria-Luiza Trepka) b. 8 January 1761, d. 7 July 1829, obtained the hereditary title of Count from Kaiser Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia on 17 January 1816. The title is extinct.

Pruszynski of Rawicz. Bronislaw-Marcel (son of Mieczyslaw-Maciej-Fortunat by his wife Helena Sudymontowicz-Czeczel) obtained the title of Count from Pope Leo XIII on 8 August 1883 (succession by primogeniture).

Przerembski of Nowina. Maximilien (son of Stanislaw by his wife Anna Rozrazewska), d. 1639 obtained the hereditary title of Count of the Holy Roman Empire for himself and his two nephews on 12 April 1637. Lucie Wodzicka, widow of Adam Przerembski, d. 1811, appeared in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count(ess) in the Kingdom of Poland. The title became extinct upon her death.

Przezdziecki of Roch. Konstanty (1782-1856) obtained the personal title of Count in Russia on 24 December 1843. His descendants (sons of Konstanty, 1846 – 1896, by his wife Elzbieta Plater-Zyberk) as well as Josef (1872-1956), Jan-Aleksander (1877-1944), Konstanty (born 1879), Etienne (1879-1932) and Renaud (1884-1956), obtained the hereditary title of Count in Russia on 21 January 1913.

Puslowski of Szeliga. Franciszek-Ksawery, 22 March 1847 and his brother Zygmunt-Wladyslaw-Mikolaj-Feliks-Adam, b. 17 December 1848 (both sons of Wladyslaw-Jan-Adam-Josef, b. 1801 – 1859, by his wife Princess Genevieve-Pauline-Emilie Drucka-Lubecka, b. 1820, died 1867) obtained the title of Count from Pope Pius IX on 4 April 1869 (succession by primogeniture).

Raczynski of Nalecz. Kazimierz (son of Wiktor by his wife Madeline Dzialynska) obtained the hereditary title of Count from Kaiser Friedrich Wilhelm III on 6 July 1798. The title became extinct upon his death without issue on 25 November 1824. Edward (son of Philip, 1747 – 1804, by his wife Michelle Raczynska), and his brother Athanasy obtained the hereditary title of Count from Kaiser Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia on 1 February 1824. The only son, Karol-Edward died without issue on 13 March 1899.

Rey of Oksza. Kajetan, son of Jan-Michal obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Francis I on 29 July 1806 (L.P. 1 April 1808).

Rogalinski of Lodzia. Kaspar (son of Antoni by his wife Helena Rogalinska) obtained the hereditary title of Count of the Holy Roman Empire from Emperor Joseph II on 1 April 1787. The title became extinct upon Kaspar`s death without issue in 1788.

Romer of Jelita. Cyprien-Pawel (son of Aleksander by his wife Apolonia Olszewska), 1772 – 1850 obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria on 14 August 1818 (L.P. 15 April 1832).

Ronikier of Gryf. Stanislaw-Augustus-Josef, 1 September 1785 and his brother Kazimierz-Josef-Athanasy, b. 6 February 1787 (both sons of Michal Aleksander, b. 1728 – 1802 by his wife Josephine Miaczynska) obtained the hereditary title of Count in Russia on 8 March 1850.

Rozwadowski of Traby. Ignacy (son of Antoni by his wife Helena Rupniewska) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Josef II on 23 August 1783. Konstanty, Wladymir-Wladyslaw and Aleksander (all sons of Jan-Tadeusz by his second wife Maria Wagrodzka) obtained the title of Count from Czar Aleksander II on 29 June 1872. The title is extinct.

Russocki of Zadora. Mikolaj (son of Josef by his wife Petronella Wolska) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia on 6 November 1800 and the hereditary title of Count in Austria on 26 April 1803. In 1824 the Russockis appeared in the list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Rzewuski of Krzywda. Kazimierz obtained the hereditary tile of Count in Austria from Emperor Francis I on 21 April 1819. The title became extinct upon his death without issue in 1820. Leon obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria from Emperor Franz Joseph on 20 April 1858. The title became extinct upon his death without issue in 1869. Florian (son of Seweryn) obtained the hereditary title of Count from Czar Alexander II of Russia on 18 November 1856. The title is extinct. Henryk, 1791 – 1866, Adam, b. 1801, d. 188 and Ernest, b. 1812, d. 1862 (all sons of Adam, b. 1760, d. 1825 by his wife Justyna Rdultowska) all obtained the hereditary title of Count from Czar Alexander II on 18 November 1856. Adam obtained further confirmation of his title in Russia on 28 May 1885.

Rzyszczewski of Pobog. Josef-Adam, 19 December 1813 – 3 August 1884, obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria on 9 November 1845 (L.P. 27 August 1857). This branch obtained authorisation to bear the name of Rzyszczewski-Stadion in Bavaria on the 18th of August and 17 October 1913. Leon (brother of the aforementioned Josef-Adam), b. 12 February 1815, d. 23 July 1882, had, by his wife Princess Micheline Radziwill, two sons, Michal and Zygmunt-Walentyn-Celestyn. They obtained confirmation of the title of Count in Italy on 9 October 1884 from King Umberto I.

Siekierzynski of Zadora. Czeslaw obtained the heredtiary title of Count of Austria from Emperor Joseph II on 21 February 1783. The title became extinct upon the death without issue of his son Adam.

Siemienski (also: Siemienski-Lewicki) of Dabrowa. Wilhelm-Stanislaw (son of Mikolaj by his wife Konstantyn Goskowska), 12 November 1722 – 23 January 1802, obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Josef II on 3 February 1779 and the hereditary title of Count in Austria on 29 May 1781. His great-grandson Wilhelm-Stanislaw-Josef (son of Konstanty by his wife Olympia Lewica), b. 4 April 1827, d. 17 August 1901, married Zofia Lewicka, h. Rogala on 26 April 1856. Zofia was the last member of the branch. On 11 December 1869, Wilhelm-Stanislaw-Josef and his wife obtained authorisation from Emperor Franz Joseph to bear the name of Siemienski-Lewicki.

Sierakówski of Ogonczyk. Waclaw-Jerome (1699-1780) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Empress Maria-Theresa for himself and his family on 16 April 1775. The title was later confirmed in Prussia on 13 June 1776 and in Russia on 5 July 1844. Empress Maria-Theresa also granted the Sierakówskis the right to place their arms on a crimson mantle. Kajetan Sierakówski appears in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Skarbek of Habdank. The Skarbeks obtained a hereditary title of Count in Galicia on 5 December 1778, in Austria, on 14 November 1835 and in Russia on 26 March 1835. In 1824 the Skarbeks appear in the list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Skarzynski of Bonça. Bronislaw (son of Maximilian, 1786-1813, by his wife Maria Lubienska) and his two sons Bogumil (1841-1906) and Ludwik obtained the title of Count from Pope Leo XIII on 8 January 1884 (succession by primogeniture). Ambrozy-Mikolaj (son of Jerzy by his wife Bibiane Lanckoronska), 7 December 1787 – 6 June 1868, obtained the title of Baron from Emperor Napoleon I on 16 March 1814 (succession by primogeniture). Ambrozy-Mikolaj appears in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Baron in the Kingdom of Poland. On 5 March 1841 he obtained recognition of his title in Prussia from Kaiser Frederick William IV.

Skorzewski of Drogoslaw. Friedrich-Josef-Andrzej-Wilhelm (1768-1832) obtained the hereditary title of Count from Kaiser Frederick William II of Prussia on 19 April 1787. Raymond-Josef-Jan-Nepomucene (1791-1859) obtained the hereditary title of Count from Kaiser Friedrich-Wilhelm IV of Prussia on 10 September 1840 (L.P. 9 June 1846) (successoin by primogeniture). This title was transmissible upon the condition that the mother of the successor be noble in her own right and that the family retain possession of Radomice-Czerniejewo.

Skrzynski of Zaremba. Adam-Tomasz-Aleksander (son of Aleksander-Jacques-Ignacy by his wife Maria Lipowska), 1 January 1853 – 25 July 1905, obtained the heredtiary title of Count in Austria from Emperor Franz Joseph on 14 January 1895 (L.P. 2 March 1895).

Smorczewski of Rawicz. Medard-Franciszek-Adolph (son of Antoni by his wife Aloise Smorczewska), b. 1828 obtained the title of Count from Pope Leo XIII on 17 May 1892 (succession by primogeniture) for himself and his two sons, Jan-Justyn, b. 1858, and Feliks, b. 1860.

Sobanski of Junosza. Feliks-Hilaire-Michal-Ludwik (son of Ludwik by his wife Roza Lubienska), b. the 11thof January 1833, obtained the hereditary title of Count from Pope Leo XIII in 1880 (succession by primogeniture).

Sobolewski of Slepowron. Ignacy (son of Walenty by his wife Kunegunda Nowicka), 1770-1846, appears in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. The title is extinct.

Sokolnicki of Nowina. Celestyn (son of Kazimierz, 1699-1779, by his wife Katarzyna Walknowska) b, 6 April 1819, obtained the heredtiary title of Count from Kaiser Friedrich-Wilhelm III of Prussia on 11 April 1817 (L.P. 9 June 1817).

Stadnicki of Szreniawa bez Krzyza. The Stadnickis obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia in 1783, 1784 and 1788 from Emperor Josef II, and in 1836 from Emperor Ferdinand I. The titles were later confirmed in Russia in 1809, 1840, 1841, 1862, 1888 and 1894 and by the Senate of the Kingdom of Poland in 1826. The Stadnickis appear in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Starzenski of Lis. Maciej-Maurycy (1717-1787) and his brother Piort (1722-1797) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Josef II on 1 December 1780. The title was later recognised in Prussia on 7 December 1799 and in Russia on 30 November 1849. The Starzenskis appear in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Suchodolski of Janina. Albrech (son of Michal-Maurycy by his wife Beata Mezynska) 1749-1826 obtained the heredtiary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Franz II on 3 January 1800 (L.P. 10 July 1800). His two sons, Jan-Bonawentura-Franciszek-Wincenty and Franciszek-Wincenty-Michal appear in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. The title was later recognised in Russia on 27 December 1847. The title is extinct.

Suminski of Leszczyc. Artur-Josef-Gabriel (son of Antoni, 1783-1864, by his wife Zofia Piwnicka), 19 July 1834, d. 19 November 1886, obtained authorisation to bear the title of Count of Saxony on 1 July 1870 and later in Prussia on 14 November 1876.

Szaniawski of Junosza. Stanislaw, b. 1750, d.1822, obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Francis II. The title became extinct upon his death without issue.

Szeliski of Szeliga. Henryk (son of Kazimierz by his wife Karolina Fuchs) obtained the title of Count from Pope Leo XIII on 10 May 1894. The title became extinct upon his death without issue.

Szembek of Szembek. Josef-Ignacy (1740-1835) and his son Piotr (1788-1866) obtained the hereditary title of Count from Kaiser Frederick William IIi on 17 January and 12 June 1816 (L.P. 22 October 1816). They appear in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Szeptycki of Szeptycki. Wincenty-Leon (son of Jan by his wife Maria Bobrowska), 5 April 1782 – 2 January 1836, obtained the title of Chevalier of the Empire from Emperor Napoleon I along with an annual rent of 1,000 Fr. Jan-Kanty-Remigien (so of Piotr-Pawel-Leopold, 1808-1843, by his wife Roza-Teresa-Ewa Kossecka, 1808-1882), b. 1 October 1836, obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria on 6 May 1871 (L.P. 16 September 1871).

Szlubowski of Slepowron. Stanislaw-Florian (son of Antoni by his wife Kunegunda Karska) b, 1816 received the title of Count from Pope Pius IX in 1869.

Szoldrski of Lodzia. Wiktor-Tomasz-Antoni, d. 15 January 1830, obtained the heredtary title of Count from Kaiser Frederick William III on 5 June 1798. He appears in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Taczanowski of Jastrzebiec. Alfonso-Antoni-Felix (son of Maximilian by his wife Francoise Drweska) b. 11 June 1815, d. 10 May 1867 obtained the title of Count from Kaiser Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia on 6 September 1854. The title became extinct upon his death without issue.

Tarło of Topor. Andrzej and Florian appear in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. The family`s right to the title became extinct upon their death.

Tarnowski of Leliwa. Hereditary titles of Counts obtained in the Holy Roman Empire in 1547, in Galicia in 1785 and 1887 and in Russia in 1861. The Tarnowskis appear in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Trembinski of Rogala. Adam and Franciszek (both sons of Walerian by his wife Ludwika Rostworowska) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Joseph II in 1783.

Tyszkiewicz of Leliwa. The family received the title of Count in Russia on 8 May 1861, in Saxony on the 21st of May and 17th December 1862 and in Austria on 7 October 1893. On 4 February 1902, Tsar Nicholas II afforded all descendants of Basil Tyszkiewicz, Palatine of Smolensk, the right to the title of Count.

Ulinski of Dolega. Augutus-Feliks, b. 28 August 1728 (son of Jan by his wife Ludwika Stawska) obtained the hereditary title of Count from Emperor Josef II on 2 June 1779. The title became extinct upon his death without issue.

Wasowicz of Labedz. In 1824 Stanislaw, 5 May 1788, d. 30 June 1864, Adam and Josef appear in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Wesierski of Belina. Albin, son of Wincenty by his wife Josephine Bninska, 12 April 1812 – 21 September 1875, obtained the hereditary title of Count from Kaiser Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia on 20 October 1854 (succession by primogeniture). Zbigniew-Antoni-Josef (son of Albin above by his wife Ludwika Kwilecka), b. 23 April 1839 was adopted by his grandfather, Josef-Ignacy-Walenty Kwilecki. On 27 June 1853 he obtained authorisation from Kaiser Friedrich Wilhelm IV to bear the name, the arms and the title of Count to all borne to the Kwilecki family.

Wielhorski of Kierdeja. Michal, d. 1794, obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Josef II on 27 February 1787. Michal had two sons by his wife, Princess Elzbieta Oginska, Josef and Michal. Josef`s two sons, Jan-Nepomucene-Stanislaw-Adam and Josef-Lucas received confirmation of their title in Russia on 30 November 1849. Michal`s two sons, Alexsander-Michal-Gustav-Adolph and Aleksander-Michal-Wladyslaw-Irenee-Andrzej-Josef obtained confirmation of their title in Russia also on 30 November 1849. The Wielhorskis appear in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Wiesiolowski of Ogonczyk. Andrzej obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Josef II on 1 December 1780.

Wisniewski of Prus III. Tadeusz-Stanislaw-Konstanty (son of Jan-Albert-Anselme by his wife Teresa Kownacka) b. 26 August 1824, d. 8 January 1888, obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria from Emperor Franz Joseph on 29 December 1876 (L.P. 13 March 1877).

Wodzicki of Leliwa. Elie (son of Piotr, d. 1768, by his wife Konstance Dembinska, d. 1805, obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Franz II on 28 November 1799. Franciszek (brother of the above), d. 1804, obtained the same title from the same monarch on 16 October 1800 (L.P. 11 November 1803). The Wodzickis appear in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. On 2 July 1842 the family obtained recognition of the title in Russia.

Wolanski of Przyjaciel. Wladyslaw-Krzystof-Feliks-Albert (son of Franciszek-Feliks), 29 October 1837 – 21 January 1891, obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria from Emperor Franz-Josef on 28 November 1866. Nicolas-Wladyslaw (son of Aleksander), b. 18 June 1826, d. 2 July 1895, obtained the hereditary itle of Count in Austria from Emperor Franz-Josef on the 23rd of February, 1888. The title became extinct upon his death without issue.

Wolski of Rola. Josef obtained the title of Count from Kaiser Friedrich-Wilhelm III on 5 June 1798.

Wollowicz of Bogoria. Antoni (son of Josef by his wife Madeleine Michniewicz), d. 26 January 1822, obtained the hereditary title of Count from Kaiser Friedrich-Wilhelm III on 5 June 1798. Antoni appears (post mortem) in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. One of his sons, Joachim-Josef obtained recognition of his title in Russia on 2 July 1844.

Woyna of Traby. Franciszek-Ksawery, b. 1750, d. 15 May 1813 obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Franz II on 9 January 1800.

Zabielski of Trzaska. Piotr (son of Marcin by his wife Barbara Siemianowska) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Franz I on 11 June 1808.

Zabiello of Topor. Henryk-Kazimierz-Josef-Maciej (son of Josef), b. 5 March 1785, d. without issue 17 January 1850, appears in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. Henryk Onufre Maria (son of Karol-Walerian by his wife Mathilda Kobylinska), b. the 16th off October 1844, d. 30 May 1900, obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria on 14 January 1888.

Zaleski of Dolega. Waclaw (son of Filip Krzysztof) obtained the hereditary title of Count from Emperor Franz Joseph of 28 October 1913.

Zaluski of Junosza. Franciszek-Karl (grandson of Franciszek, d. 1735 by his wife Dorotea de Riviere d`Herschot) inherited after the death of his grandmother the name and title of Zaluski, Count of Riviere d`Herschot. Ignacy (son of Jan-Prospere by his wife Wiktoria Szoldrska) obtained the hereditary title of Count in Austria from Empress Maria-Theresa on 28 March 1776. Josef-Bonawentura-Ignacy (grandson of the above and son of Teofile-Albert, 1760 – 1831 by his wife Honorate Stempkowska), b. 14 July 1787, d. 26 April 1866, obtained the title of Baron from Emperor Napoleon I on 15 March 1810. Josef, Jan-Kanty, Roman, Bogumil, Franciszek, Tomasz, Antoni, Joachim and Ludwik appear in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Zamoyski of Jelita. The Zamoyskis obtained the hereditary title of Count in Galicia on 30 January 1778 (L.P. 30 January 1780), in Austria on 14 July 1820 and in Russia, on 28 June 1844. The family appears in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.

Zawadzki of Rogala. Kazimierz-Witold-Stanislaw (son of Marcin Bartolome Roman, b. 1812, d. 1857 by his wife Celestyn-Adolphine obtained the title of Count from Pope Pius IX in 1865. The title became extinct upon his death.

Zboinski of Ogonczyk. Franciszek-Ksawery obtained the hereditary title of Count from Kaiser Friedrich-Wilhelm III of Prussia on 5 June 1798. The family appears in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. They obtained recognition of the title in Russia on 2 July 1842.

Zborowski of Jastrzebiec. Maximilien obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Franz II on 1 September 1792 (L.P. 14 August 1793).

Zelenski of Ciolek. Franciszek obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Franz II on 5 March 1801.

Zyniew of Paweza. Maciej obtained the hereditary title of Count in Prussia on 5 June 1798. His widow, Wiktoria Oginska, appears in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland. The title became extinct upon her death.

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