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Teodor Lubomirski
Personal details
Born 1683
Died 1745 (aged 61–62)
Spouse(s) Elżbieta Culler-Cuming

Prince Teodor Lubomirski (1683–1745) was a Polish nobleman (szlachcic).

He was owner of Lańcut, Ujazdów and Połonne. Voivode of Kraków Voivodeship and starost of Spisz. He married Elżbieta Culler-Cuming and had two children, Kasper Lubomirski and Anna Lubomirska.

As Sejm Marshal he led the extraordinary Sejms on 22–27 August 1729 and 2–14 October 1730 in Grodno.

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