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| Szlachta and Magnate |
2nd Ordynat of the Zamość estates
|Coat of arms||Jelita|
|Died||January 1638 (aged 43–44)|
Tomasz Zamoyski (1594 – 7 January 1638) was a Polish-Lithuanian nobleman (szlachcic) and magnate.
He travelled to London in July 1615 and was invited to hunt with King James at Theobalds.
Tomasz was the 2nd Ordynat of the Zamość estates. He was voivode of Podole Voivodeship in 1618, voivode of Kijów Voivodeship (Kyiv, also Kiev) in 1619, starost of Kraków in 1628, Deputy Chancellor of the Crown in 1635, as well as starost of Knyszyn, Sokal, Nowy Targ, Rabsztyn, Kałusz, Goniądz and Rzeczyce. The town of Tomaszów was named after him.
He married Katarzyna Ostrogska in 1620 and had three children with her.
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