Stanislaw August Poniatowski, King of Poland
|born on||17 January 1732 at 10:00 (= 10:00 AM )|
|Place||Wolczyn, Poland, 51n01, 18e03|
|Timezone||LMT m18e03 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||26°37' 23°32 Asc. 20°40'|
Polish king.He was the last King and Grand Duke of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (1764–95). He remains a controversial figure in Polish history. Recognized as a great patron of the arts and sciences and an initiator and firm supporter of progressive reforms, he is also remembered as the last king of the Commonwealth whose election was marred by Russian involvement. He is criticized primarily for his failure to stand against the partitions, and thus to prevent the destruction of Poland.
He died 12 February 1798
PTA quotes birth certificate  from the book of baptisms of the parish of St. Wołczyńska. Trinity Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St.. Stanislaus. The book is stored permanently in the Archives of the Diocese of Drohiczyn.
"Translation: No191 Wołczyn On the 17th of the same month [January 1732] years the most eminent, pre-eminent Mr. Stanislaw on Wołczyn and Radwanice Count Poniatowski, the province governor of Mazovia, the supreme commander of the royal army reported that his wife Constance today at ten o'clock in the morning had a son Stanislaw Antoni, the same day I Wojciech Stanislaw Kostka Kłosowicz, both - of sacred theology and law doctor, notary public seriously papal pastor Wołczyński - lay aside a solemn ceremony for another time - baptized. He administered it for baptism (literally - he picked it up with St. source font) lordship Rostkowski, the governor wiski. "
Reported by Mirosław Czylek through GenealodzyPL.
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