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House of Petrushko

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Petrushko and Pietraszko
Current regionRussia, Poland
Place of originPolish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
MembersVladislav Petrushko, Jan Pietraszko

Petrushko or Pietraszko (Polish - Pietraszko, Pietruszko or Piotruszko, Russian - Петрушко) is Polish ancient szlachta family of coat of arms Lubicz and Russian noble family, known since the 15th century. It comes from Petrashka Lanevich-Mylsky, the alleged illegitimate son of the Lithuanian prince Svidrigailo. At the beginning of the 20th century, one of the branches of the clan fell into exile in Siberia due to the active participation of Jan Franziszek Pietruszko in revolutionary activities. At about the same time, the Russian version of the last name Petrushko appears. There is also information that the branch of the clan under the surname Pietraszko, to which Bishop Jan Pietraszko belonged, beatified in 2018, remains in Kraków.

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