Nasierowski is the surname of Polish origin and derives from the location of the village Nasierowo in Mazovian Voivodship. The Nasierowski family is the bearer of Slepowron coat of arms since the Piast Dynasty.
The first mentioned person was Wislaw from Nasierowo the father of Paul from Nasierowo, who before 1435 was a councellor of The Catholic Church Diocese in Plock.
The document "Metryka Koronna" (1414-1426) of Mazovian Prince Janusz Starszy contains the register of land property owners: Andrew from Nasierowo named as well as Nasierowo successor, Boguslaw from Nasierowo and Sedziwoj from Nasierowo.
In court documents are mentioned Stanley Nasierowski (1603) and Father Jacob Nasierowski, rector in Tuliszkow (1629).
Messrs Nasierowski were the electors of King of Poland in 1697 and 1733. At the evening of 29th of November 1830 Walenty Nasierowski was among the brave man who started the independence war in Belvedere, Warsaw, Poland.
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