Karol Tarło

Karol Tarło
Coat of arms of Topór
Born 1639
Died 1702
Nationality Polish
Occupation Politician

Karol Tarło (1639–1702) was governor of Lublin Voivodeship (present-day Poland) in the years 1685–1689.

His father was Peter Alexander Tarło, castellan of Lublin, and his mother was Jadwiga Lanckorońska (before 1674). His son was Adam Tarło Peter (d. 1719) - stolnik royal governor and prefect of Lubelski, Janowski. He had three daughters, Jagwiga Tarło - wife of John Casimir castellan of Radom Lanckorońskiego, Teresa Magdalena and Dorota.


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