Semyon Fyodorovich of Sit, Prince of Sit, was born circa 1378 to Fyodor Mikhailovich of Mologa (c1340-1408) and died circa 1440 of unspecified causes.

Semyon Fyodorovich before his death took the monastic vows and took the monastic name of Serapion.

Semyon Fyodorovich was the second son of Fyodor Petrovich of Sit.

In 1515 he was envoy to the Tatars with a regiment to guard the river Vashana in Tula. In the summer of 1519 he participated in a military campaign launched from the city of Dorogobuzh against the Lithuanians. In 1521 he was again commander of Dorogobuzh



Offspring of Semyon Fyodorovich of Sit and unknown parent
Name Birth Death Joined with
Boris Semyonovich of Sit (c1400-1445) 1400 1445 Suzdal, Vladimir Oblast, Russia
Pyotr Semyonovich of Sit (c1405-c1465) 1405 1465 Russia


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