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count Cesary Augustyn Broël-Plater

Polish: hr. Cezary Augustyn Broel-Plater h. wł., German: Graf Cásar August von dem Broele gen. Plater
Birthplace: Savičiaus gatvė, Vilnius, Vilniaus gubernija, Lithuania
Death: February 09, 1869 (58)
Góra, Masovian Voivodeship, Poland
Place of Burial: Jaszków
Immediate Family:

Son of Graf Kazimierz Władysław von dem Broele gen. Plater and Eleonora Apolinara Zaba
Husband of Julia Pavlovna Bobrinskaya
Ex-husband of Stefania Malachowska
Father of Ludwik Kazimierz Alojzy Broel-Plater h. wł.; Maria Światopełk-Czetwertyńska; Jadwiga Stefania Radziwiłł; Kazimierz Broel-Plater; Józef Broel-Plater and 2 others
Brother of Erazm Ernest Henryk Broël-Plater; count Władysław Ewaryst Broël-Plater; Józef Ildefons Włodzimierz Broël-Plater and Ryszard Broël-Plater
Half brother of prince Ignatio Stanislaus Joseph Drucki-Lubecki

Managed by: Filip Jakub Łajszczak
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About count Cesary Augustyn Broël-Plater

Count Cezary Augustus (1808-1877), a brother of Wladyslaw, has already been mentioned in association with Emilia. At the time of Emilia's illness he proceeded to Warsaw where he signed "the access to the insurrection by the the citizen's of the province of Vilna and two days later was elected as a Member of Parliament. In Paris he established the Lithuanian Society and was a great help to Poles who had emigrated to France, making representations to the French Government on their behalf. After returning to Poland he became active in Poznan politics for 25 years.

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August 27, 1810
Savičiaus gatvė, Vilnius, Vilniaus gubernija, Lithuania
August 28, 1810
Dusetos, Zarasų rajono savivaldybė, Utenos apskr., Lithuania
October 6, 1844
Góra, Góra County, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, Poland
November 13, 1845
Góra, Masovian Voivodeship, Poland
March 30, 1848
Wrocław, Wrocław County, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, Poland
May 11, 1860