Fyodor Petrovich (Krivoy) Sitsky was born circa 1455 and died circa 1535 of unspecified causes.

Fyodor Petrovich Prince Sitsky, nicknamed "Krivoy" (The One-eyed) entered the service of Grand Princes of Moscow. He served as Grand Prince Ivan III Vasilyevich. [1], but he retained the former estate of inheritance Sit on the River. On August 29, 1535 Fyodor Petrovich was defending the city of Starodub. When the city was captured by Hetmans Jerzy Radziwiłł and Jan Tarnowski (1488-1561), Fyodor Petrovich was take prisoner, with one of his sons, and died in captivity.


  1. ^ Кобрин В. Б.: Материалы генеалогии княжеско-боярской аристократии XV-XVI вв


Offspring of Fyodor Petrovich (Krivoy) Sitsky and unknown parent
Name Birth Death Joined with
Aleksandr Fyodorovich Sitsky (c1480-c1548) 1480 1548
Semyon Fyodorovich Sitsky (c1482-c1555) 1482 1555
Andrei Fyodorovich Sitsky (c1485-c1560) 1485 1560 Anna NN

Yuri Fyodorovich Sitsky (the elder) (c1488-c1565) 1488 1565
Fyodor Fyodorovich Sitsky (c1490-c1530) 1490 1530
Ivan (Konon) Fyodorovich Sitsky (c1495-1568) 1495 1568
Yuri Fyodorovich Sitsky (the younger) (c1500-c1570) 1500 1570


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