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Zygmunt Tarło

Zygmunt Tarło
Coat of arms Topór
Consort Barbara Drohojewska
Noble family Tarło
Father Jan Tarło
Mother Regina z Malczyc
Born c. 1561
Died 7 September 1628(1628-09-07)
Buried Żarki

Zygmunt Tarło (c. 1561 or 1562–1628) was a Polish-Lithuanian noble.

He was Chorąży of Przemyśl since 1606 and castellan of Nowy Sącz since 1613.

He was married to Barbara Drohojewska since 1601. They had three children together: Zygmunt Aleksander Tarło, Andrzej Tarło and Teofilia Tarło. He was buried in Żarki.

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