MAZURANIC

Comital lineage MAZURANIC-JANKOVIC

 

 

 

 

Croatian early nobility from Dalmatia. Armorial bearings and family name assumed before 1360.


Some of the notable family members are priest Juraj; Knight Ivan; Knight Radosav; Knez (Comes, Count) Ivan; Knez (Comes, Count) Matij; Knez (Comes, Count) Janko; Knez (Comes, Count) Danko; judge Matko; priest and sculptor Anton; priest Franko I; priest Franko II; Viceroy and poet Ivan, Knight Imperial Austrian Order of the Iron Crown, 1st grade; horwat-pascha and writer Matija; Anton, Knight Imperial Russian Order of St. Vladimir; officer and writer Vladimir-Fran; writer Ivana m. Brlic; academy president Vladimir; senate president Dr Zelimir; navy officer Bozidar; navy officer Knight Josip; painter Vladimir; Royal Counsellor Marjan; Dr Mladen; Cornell David, Knight Imperial Russian Order of St. Ann, Order of White Eagle, Order of Romanian Crown; Dr Bogoslav, MP; Dr Milutin, MP; navy officer Milenko; Lt. Cornell and Counsellor Bosko Milutinov, presently Head of the Family; Ivan Boskov, Knight Commander with Star Order of St Michael of the Wing, Order of Saints Maurice and Lazarus, Honorary Member Knightly Order Vitézi Rend.

First written records are from the year 1360 when Mazuranices were recorded as patricians of Split (Spalato).

 There are few different unproved beliefs about pre Dalmatian origin of the Mazuranic family. One is that the family came to Dalmatia from the eastern lands (Vladimir-Fran Mazuranic, “Mladost-Radost”, 1950, Zagreb, p.30,31) . The second is that the family is of Greek origin and related to the Greek family Mazuranis. The third is that the family is a breach of the Sicilian family Maiorana of Monte S. Guiliana and of Calabria. 

 Through the marriages the family Mazuranic has established relations with following  noble families: Sokolic, Mrzljak, Knezevic (Badrljica), Pehrsson (von Essen), Cabalin, Brlic, von Haselburg, Nikolic (von Habsburg), von Türk, von Gagern, von Blazekovic, Spun-Strizic, Vraniczany-Dobrinovic, Reiszner,... as well as with families: Ivic, Maricic, Coric, Dorcic, Cvetko, Radetic, Kriskovic, Dobric, Zoricic, Subert, Piskulic, Pericic, Maljak, Toljan, Petrinovic, Kargacin, Segulja, Kezele, Butorac, Sikic, Santl, Demeter, Nyari, Bernath, Ruzic, Draxler, Morsy, Saban, Ruzio-Saban, Jezek, Versfeld, Corak, Denkovic, Milosevic, Nestorov, Evstriatiadi, Mikhailoff, Birac, Cuckovic, Radisavljevic, Potocnjak, Kostanjevic, Willisits, Gayer, Heinz Kislinger, Milcic, Skiljan, Horjan, Dolusic, Stivicic, Basic, Markovic, Cosic, Bencevic, Mohacek, Kemp, Kosuta, Lovric, Umljenovic...
 


 

Direct male primogeniture comital lineage MAZURANIC-JANKOVIC:

 

1. Knight Ivan Mazuranic, documented 1551, Senj, Croatia


   2. Matija Mazuranic, Novi Grad, Croatia

 

      3. Knight Radoslav Mazuranic, Novi Grad, Croatia

 

         4. Knez (Comes, Count) Ivan Mazuranic,  documented 1603, Novi Grad, Croatia

 

            5. Stanisa Mazuranic, Novi Grad, Croatia

 

               6. Knez (Comes, Count) Janko Mazuranic, * 1658 in Novi Grad, Croatia,  +1697 in Novi Grad, Croatia

 

                     7. Jurisa Mazuranic-Jankovic, Novi Grad, Croatia

 

                        8.1. Knez (Comes, Count) Matij Mazuranic-Jankovic, Novi Grad, Croatia

                        8. 2. Ivan Mazuranic-Jankovic, Novi Grad, Croatia

                                 = Katarina Sokolic, Novi Grad, Croatia

 

                           9. Knez (Comes, Count) Danko Mazuranic-Jankovic,  * 2 November 1682 in Novi Grad, Croatia,  + ivi, 19 December 1745

 

                              10. Franko Mazuranic-Jankovic, * 6 May 1711 in Novi Grad, Croatia,  + in Novi Grad, Croatia

 

                                 11. Anton Mazuranic-Jankovic, * 15 January 1742 in Novi Grad, Croatia,  + 10 January 1821 in Novi Grad, Croatia

 

                                    12. Ivan-Petar Mazuranic-Jankovic,  * 21 December 1772 in Novi Grad, Croatia, + ivi, 17 November 1844

 

                                       13. Ivan Mazuranic-Jankovic, ”ded Jankovic”, * 31 October 1807 in Novi Vinodol, Croatia,  + ivi, 20 September 1900
                                             = Ursula Ivic,  * 11 December 1802, + 22 August 1855

 

                                          14. Ivan Mazuranic-Jankovic,  * 14 Jun 1837 in Novi Vinodol Croatia,  + ivi 7 February 1889

                                                = Ana Mazuranic,  * 4 November 1843 in Novi Vinodol, Croatia, + ivi 27 February 1874

 

                                             15. Milutin Mazuranic-Jankovic, * 2 December 1871 in Novi Vinodol,  + ivi 31 March 1957, Yugoslavia

                                                   = Anastazija Maljak,  * 1887 in Ludbreg, Austro-Hungarian Monarchy,  + 1967 in Novi Vinodolski, f. Yugoslavia

 

                                                16. Bosko Mazuranic-Jankovic, * 1 January 1918 in Novi Vinodol,Kingdom of Yugoslavia
                                                       = Ljubica Knezevic, * 2 March 1924 in Sremski Karlovci,
Kingdom of Yugoslavia

 

                                                   17. Ivan Mazuranic-Jankovic, * 3 March 1951,  Pancevo, f. Yugoslavia

                                                         = Kerstin Victoria Pehrsson,* 15 October 1954, Karlstad, Sweden

 

                                                      18.1. Isidora Gunri Mazuranic-Jankovic, * 9 November 1986, Stockholm, Sweden

                                                      18.2. Julia Maria Mazuranic-Jankovic,* 15 May 1988, Geneva, Switzerland

 

 

Sources:

 

- Radoslav Lopasic, “Monuments of Croatian Krajina”, book III, Zagreb, 1889, p. 408

- Ivan Kukuljevic Sakcinski, Pisma Marka Marulića“, Royal Academy, Zagreb

- Hodimir Sirotkovic, The role of the Vinodol family Mazuranic in the cultural history of

  Croatian people“, HAZU, sv. 465. book XXXII, p.151, 161.

- Dr. M.M.: “Matija Mazuranic”, 1927, Zagreb

- A. Barac, “Mazuranic”, Matica Hrvatska, 1945

- M. Zivancevic, “Ivan Mazuranic”, Beograd, 1963

- ”Origins of Clan Mazuranic”, Ivan Brlic, ”Republic”, 1965, Zagreb

- Mazuranic Jankovic Family Tree, Vladimir I. Mazuranic, 1880, Museum of Novi Vinodolski

- Mazuranic Family Tree, ”Viceroy Ivan Mazuraniz”, 1990, History Museum Zagreb

- Mazuranic Family Tree, ”Bibliografie lexicon of Novi Vinodolski, ing. Krsto Zoricic, N.V.

- Mazuranic Family Tree, Srecko Radetic-Lulic, Novi Vinodolski

- Mazuranic Family Tree, Works of Ivan Mazuranic, book IV, Liber, Zagreb

- Certificate Catholic Church in Croatia, Archdiocese of Rijeka (Archidioecesis Fluminensis)

- Prof E. Ljubovic, “Armorial of Gacka, Lika, Senj and Vinodol”, Senj, 2007, p.405-p.412

 

 

 

 

 

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