Synonyms for drucka or Related words with drucka

lubecka              stropahl              magdalina              cecylia              sanguszkowa              baklanova              menshikova              salomaria              parvanova              vasilevna              ilyinichna              dmitrievna              grigoryevna              eduardovna              rybaczewski              vasiliyevna              alekseevna              selinliisa              krasiltseva              ostrogska              karlovna              oancia              romanovskaya              kuragina              yakovlevna              borecka              baginskaite              klementyna              zaleska              stefanija              rozalia              wojciechowska              szczepkowska              galiyevaelena              lvovna              stecherpetra              zalewska              veniaminovna              alesya              gyurova              bronislawa              szczerbowska              milcheva              bobrowska              rechnio              nikitichna              nenova              struyskaya              lazarevna              reimakatja             



Examples of "drucka"
On 20 June 1820 he married Maria Scipio del Campo. They had three daughters: Tekla Drucka-Lubecka, Genowefa Drucka-Lubecka and Julia Drucka-Lubecka.
He married Krystyna Drucka-Sokolińska, and had no heirs.
His mother was Elżbieta Drucka-Sokolińska and his father was Piotr Trubecki.
Sophia was a middle daughter of Andrew Olshansky, son of Vytautas' right-hand man Ivan Olshansky, and Alexandra Drucka, daughter of Dmitry of Druck. Historians disagree on the identity of Dmitry: Polish historiography usually provides Jogaila's half-brother Dmitry I Starshiy while Russian historians provide Dimitri Semenovich of Rurikid origin. Her father died when she was young and the family moved to Druck to live with Alexandra's brother Siemion Drucki. Sophia grew up in a Ruthenian environment and was an Eastern Orthodox Christian (her Orthodox name is Sonka). It is believed that she was illiterate and largely uneducated.
Marcin Wołodkowicz (1510-1595), the son of Wolodko and his wife Racza, is the common ancestor of all members of the Wołodkowicz family. He was ambassador of the Great Duchy of Lithuania in Moscow from 1573 and Governor of Minsk from 1588. He was married with Rajna princess Drucka-Horska. Marcin Wołodkowicz had eight children, most of which had high positions in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. As a result thereof the family became far more numerous in the 17th century; its members mainly residing in the districts of Nowogródek and Minsk.