Karolina Ancuta Wolodowicz

Grodno, Grodna District, Hrodna Region, Belarus

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Karolina Ancuta Wolodowicz (Ancuta)

Birthdate: (52)
Death: 1832 (48-56)
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Adam Antoni Ancuta h. wł. and Aniela Anna Wołodkowicz h. Łabędź
Wife of Hipolit Antoni Domeyko Odachowski and Jan Beresnevich
Mother of Adam Jan Ksawery Domeyko Ancuta; Ignacio Domeyko Ancuta; Kazimierz Domeyko Ancuta; Antonina Domeyko Ancuta and Maria Domeyko Ancuta
Sister of Ignacio Ancuta Wolodowicz and Franciszka Ancuta Wolodowicz

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About Karolina Ancuta Wolodowicz

Karolina Domeykowa [nació en Saczywki, Ancuta, antiguo Gran Ducado de Lituania (actual Bielorrusia), + Ancuta 1832; h.l. Ancuta y Aneutowa Wolodkowicza]. Karolina Ancuta se casó con el padre de Ignacio Domeyko Ancuta., Hipolit Domeyko). Vivieron en lo que en aquella época era el Gran Ducado de Lituania, en lo que hoy es Belarus. La familia Ancuta era una de la más alta nobleza de Lituania y Polonia. Al enviudar, Carolina se volvió a casar, esta vez con Jan Bernesnevich, un miembro de la alta nobleza rusa.

Szlachta (AFI /ˈʃlaxta/) era el nombre de la Nobleza en el Reino de Polonia y el Gran Ducado de Lituania. La unión de ambos países formó la llamada República de las Dos Naciones. La szlachta surgió en la Edad Media y existió a través de los siglos incluidos el siglo XIX y principios del siglo XX. Tradicionalmente, sus miembros eran propietarios de las tierras, generalmente en forma de latifundios. La szlachta gozó de sustanciales y casi exclusivos privilegios políticos hasta los Repartos de Polonia ya casi en el siglo XIX.

Karolina Ancuta (married to Ignacio Domeyko´s father, Hipolit Domeyko) lived in what at that time was the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (current day Bielorussia), in an alliance with Poland. The borders at the time were quite different from what they are today. The Ancuta family belonged to the highest nobility of Lithuania and Poland. The nobles were called szlachta, a denomination which was born in the Middle Ages. The name szlachta continued to be used throughout the centuries until the beginning of the XX Century. The szlachta nobility were mostly landowners, and had specific privileges in both countries. Some members of the szlachta were richer than others, having turned from only landowning to banking, and industry. But the privileges were the same for all schlachta, no matter what their wealth or economic status. Karolina was widowed quite young, when her oldest son was about 10 years old and Ignacio 7 years old. She remarried around the year 1812. Her new husband was Jan Beresnevich, a member of the Russian nobility,


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Karolina Ancuta Wolodowicz's Timeline

Age 19
July 31, 1802
Age 22
Мядзведка, Карэліцкі раён, Гарадзе́нская во́бласьць (Obwód grodzieński), Belarus
Age 23
Age 25
Age 52