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Fyodor Olgierdovich was born circa 1333 to Algirdas (1296-1377) and Maria Yaroslavna of Vitebsk (c1300-c1348) and died circa 1404 of unspecified causes. Ancestors are from Lithuania, Belarus.


Fyodor Olgerdovich Prince ratnensky , Lyuboml and Kobrin

Birth about 1324 / 1326 Death between February 10, 1394 and 1400 Genus Gediminovichi Father Olgerd Gediminovich Mother Maria Yaroslavna [1] or Anna [2] Children Roman [1], Gurko [1] , Sangushko [1] , Anna [2], Agathia (Ganka) [2][1]

Fyodor Olgerdovich (approx. 1324 / 1326 [2] - between February 10 1394 and 1400 [2]) - appanage Prince ratnensky , Lyuboml and probably Kobryń [1] of the Dynasty Gediminovich . Like his brothers received a Christian name and was baptized according to the Orthodox rite.

Traditionally Fyodor is considered the youngest son of Algirdas from the first wife of Mary of Vitebsk [2] , but the Polish historian Jan Tengovsky, referring to the works of Henry Pashkevich, indicates that Fedor was not the youngest, but the eldest son of Algirdas <[2]. This conclusion is based on a letter to King Louis of Hungary Francis Carrara on 29 September 1377 [3] , in which the eldest son named Theodore Algirdas first wife [2].

After the death of Algirdas in 1377 Fedor, not wishing to recognize the suzerainty of his half-brother Jagiello voluntarily brought fief oath to Louis. This fact indicates that Fedor owned his lot, regardless of Volyn Prince Fedor Lyubartovich . October 23, 1386 Fyodor still took the oath of Jagiello [4].

He had three sons: Romana, Gurko and Sangushko [5] - who shared their father's lot. From the sons of Fyodor Ratnensky, the princes of Kobrin , Gurkovichi ( half ), and Sangushka were leading their descent , respectively.

Yang Tengowsky believes the most likely that Fyodor Olgerdovich had five children from two wives. From the first - Roman and Gurko, from the second - the son of Sangushko and daughter Anna and Agafia (Ganka). Subsequently, Anna was given out for the Mazovian prince Boleslav III ( sex. ) [6][7], and Agafia for Prince Vasily Ostrozhsky ( Ukr. ) [2] .


Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e Wolff J. Kniaziowie litewsko-ruscy od końca czternastego wieku. — Warszawa, 1895. — S. 338. (Polish)
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i Tęgowski J. Pierwsze pokolenia Giedyminowiczów. — Poznań-Wrocław, 1999. — ISBN 83-913563-1-0. — S. 57-61. (Polish)
  3. ^ Письмо Людовика Франциску Каррара. Сайт «Гісторыя Беларусі IX—XVIII стагоддзяў. Першакрыніцы». Template:Проверено
  4. ^ Шабульдо Ф. М. Земли Юго-Западной Руси в составе Великого княжества Литовского. — Киев: Наукова думка, 1987. — 181 с.
  5. ^ Насевіч Г. В. Генеалагічныя табліцы старадаўніх княжацкіх і магнацкіх беларускіх родаў 12-18 стагоддзяўTemplate:Недоступная ссылка. — Template:Мн., 1993. Template:Ref-be
  6. ^ Tęgowski J. Anna i Barbara — księżne mazowieckie z XV wieku. Przyczynek do genealogii Piastów mazowieckich // Społeczeństwo i polityka do XVII wieku / Red. J. Śliwiński. — Olsztyn 1994ю — S. 97-104. (Polish)
  7. ^ Jasiński K. Rodowód Piastów mazowieckich. — Poznań-Wrocław, 1998. — S. 102. (Polish)



Children


Offspring of Fyodor Olgierdovich and unknown parent
Name Birth Death Joined with
Aleksandr Fyodorovich
Roman Fyodorovich
Gurko Fyodorovich

Siblings


Offspring of Algirdas of Lithuania and Maria Yaroslavna of Vitebsk (c1300-c1348)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Andrei Olgierdovich of Polotsk (1325-1399) 1325 12 August 1399
Dmitri Olgierdovich of Bryansk (c1330-1399) 1330 12 August 1399 Anna Ivanovna of Drutsk (c1335-c1375)
Anna Aleksandrovna of Ryazan (c1328-c1390)

Vladimir Olgierdovich of Kiev (c1330-1398) 1330 1398 Kiev, Ukraine Anna NN

Fyodor Olgierdovich (c1333-1404) 1333 1404
Feodora Olgierdovna (c1336-c1375) 1336 1375 Svyatoslav Titovich Karachevsky (c1310-c176)

Agrypina Olgierdovna (c1337-1393) 1337 1375 Boris Konstantinovich of Suzdal (c1322-1394)

Konstantin Olgierdovich Chartorysky (c1332-c1388) 1332 1388

Offspring of Algirdas of Lithuania and Uliana Aleksandrovna of Tver (c1325-1392)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Kenna Olgierdovna (1351-1368) 1351 1368 Casimir IV of Pomerania (1351-1377)

Eufrosyne of Lithuania (c1352-1405) 1352 5 December 1405 Oleg Ivanovich of Ryazan (1335-1402)

Skirgaila (1354-1394) 1354 11 January 1397 Kiev, Ukraine
Koribut Olgierdovich of Novhorod-Siverskyi (c1355-c1404) 1355 1404 Anastasia Olgovna of Ryazan

Simeon Lengvenis (c1358-1431) 1358 19 June 1431 Maria Dmitriyevna (c1376-1399)
Anastasiya Dmitriyevna (c1378-c1430)

Elena of Lithuania (c1360-1438) 1360 1438 Vladimir Andreyevich of Serpukhov (1353-1410)

Wladyslaw II Jagiellon (c1362-1434) 1362 Vilnius, Lithuania 1 June 1434 Gródek Jagielloński, Horodok Rayon, Lviv Oblast, Ukraine Jadwiga of Poland (c1374-1399)
Anne of Cilli (1380-1416)
Elisabeth of Pilica (1372-1420)
Sophia of Halshany (c1405-1451)

Maria Olgierdovna (c1363-c1400) 1363 1400 Vaidila (c1355-1381)
David of Gorodetsk

Karigaila (c1364-1390) 1364 16 September 1390 Vilnius, Lithuania
Mingiełło (c1365-1382) 1365 1382
Alexandra of Lithuania (c1368-1434) 1368 Vilnius, Lithuania 19 January 1434 Płock, Płock County, Masovian Voivodeship, Poland Siemowit IV of Mazovia (c1353-1426)

Katarzyna (c1369-1422) 1369 1422 John II. of Mecklenburg-Stargard (c1367-1416)

Vygantas (c1372-1392) 1372 28 June 1392 Jadwiga of Opole (c1376-c1391)

Švitrigaila (c1373-1452) 1373 10 February 1452 Lutsk, Lutsk Rayon, Volyn Oblast, Ukraine
Jadwiga (c1375-1407) 1375 1407 Jan III of Oświęcim (1366-1405)

Fyodora (c1357-1477)

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