Fyodor Ivanovich of Starodub (Фёдор Иванович), Prince of Starodub (Vladimir), was born 1285 to Ivan Kalistrat Mikhailovich of Starodub (1250-1315) and died 1330 of Assassinated. Ancestors are from Russia, Ukraine, Sweden, the Byzantine Empire.
Fyodor Ivanovich, nicknamed the Blessed One (Благоверный), was killed in 1330 at the Golden Horde. His death is the only fact which is mentioned in the annals, namely in the Nikon Chronicle , and the chronicle simply states this fact and completely omits the reasons for the murder and the circumstances that accompanied it. A. Exemplarsky suggests that the death at the Horde of Fyodor Ivanovich, as well as a number of other contemporary princes, was accomplished being instigated by Ivan Kalita, who around that time began to tighten the specific princes and bring many of them to the Tatar khan.
Marriage and children
Fyodor three sons:
- Dmitri Fyodorovich, Prince of Starodub (Vladimir) (1330-1354)
- Ivan Fyodorovich, Prince of Starodub (Vladimir) (1354-1363)
- Andrei Fyodorovich, Prince of Starodub (Vladimir) (1363-c1385)
|Offspring of Fyodor Ivanovich of Starodub (Фёдор Иванович) and unknown parent|
|Dmitri Fyodorovich of Starodub (c1310-1354)||1310||1354|| |
|Ivan Fyorodorovich of Starodub (c1315-c1370)||1315||1370|| |
|Andrei Fyodorovich of Starodub (c1320-1380)||1320||1385|
Fyodor IvanovichBorn: c1285 Died: 1330
| Prince of Starodub (Vladimir)|
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