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According to the Wikipedia article, Kiszka family:
Kiszka (plural Kiszkowie) was a noble family (szlachta) and one of the most powerful families (magnates) of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
Originating from Masovia, the family used the Dąbrowa Coat of Arms.
In the 15th century the family moved from Masovia to Grand Duchy of Lithuania. It reached magnate status in the 16th century.The family continued for five generations and had 29 members.
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