Seweryn Rzewuski

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Seweryn Rzewuski : biography

March 13, 1743 – December 11, 1811

Seweryn Rzewuski ( 1743–1811) was a Polish-Lithuanian nobleman.

He was Field Hetman of the Crown from 1774 to 1795. Participant of the Radom Confederation in 1767 and one of the leaders of the Hetman Party and the Targowica Confederation. Sentenced to death in absentia by the Supreme Criminal Court during the Kościuszko Uprising (1794). left

He was married to Konstancja Małgorzata Lubomirska and had three children, Wacław Rzewuski, Izabella Rzewuska and Maria Rzewuska.

Category:Secular senators of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth Category:1743 births Category:1811 deaths Category:Polish nobility Seweryn Category:Targowica confederates Rzewuski, Waclaw Category:People sentenced to death in absentia Category:Recipients of the Order of the White Eagle (Poland) Category:Recipients of the Order of Saint Stanislaus