Ivan Y. Golshansky Prince Golshansky 1457 - 1481 Predecessor Yuri Semyonovich Golshansky Successor Alexander Y. Golshansky Prince Dubrovitsky 1457 - 1481 Predecessor Yuri Semyonovich Golshansky Successor Semyon Yurevich Golshansky Death August 30, 1481 Rod Golshansky Father Yuri Semyonovich Golshansky Spouse Anna Mikhailovna Chartoryyskaya Children Avdotya, Agrippina, Yuri and Vasilisa Ivan Yuryevich Golshansky (d. August 30, 1481 ) - statesman of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania , prince Golshansky and Dubrovitsky ( 1457 - 1481 ). The eldest son of Prince Yury Semenovich Golshansky , second cousin and handler of the Grand Duke of Lithuania and the King of Poland, Casimir Jagellon .
In 1457, after the death of his father, Yuri Semenovich Golshansky, Ivan inherited the Golshansky and Dubrovitsky principalities. His younger brother Simeon (d. 1505) received the Stepan principality.
In 1481, the noble Russian-Lithuanian Orthodox princes Ivan Yuryevich Golshansky, Mikhail Olelkovich Slutsky and Fyodor Ivanovich Belsky , relatives and assistants of Casimir , organized a conspiracy against the Grand Duke of Lithuania. According to one of the versions, the conspirators were going to lure Kazimir toKobrin for the wedding of Prince Fedor Belsky and Anna Kobrinsky, kill him and put him on the grand throne in Vilna of Prince Mikhail Olelkovich Slutsky . According to another version, the conspirators planned to kill Casimir , tear away from the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and attach toTo the Grand Duchy of Moscow, the Eastern lands are ON to the river Berezina.
Conspiracy princes princes was opened in Kiev . By order of the Grand Duke of Lithuania Casimir , princes Mikhail Olelkovich Slutsky and Ivan Yuryevich Golshansky were arrested . Fyodor Ivanovich Belsky fled from Lithuania to Moscow, having lost his specific princedom. On August 30, 1481, the princes, conspirators princes Ivan Golshansky and [[Mikhail Olelkovich[[ were executed in [[Vilna[[ . After the death of Ivan Yuryevich his younger brothers Semyon (d. 1505) and Alexander (d. 1511) Golshany inherited Golshansk and Dubrovits principality.
- Avdotya Ivanovna Golshanskaya (c1478-c1530)
- Agrippina Ivanovna Golshanskaya (c1479-c1530)
- Yuri Ivanovich Golshansky (c1480-1536)
- Vasilisa Ivanovna Golshanskaya (c1481-c1531)
Wolff J. Kniaziowie litewsko-ruscy from końca czternastego wieku. - Warszawa, 1895.
|Avdotya Ivanovna Golshanskaya (c1478-c1530)|
|Agrippina Ivanovna Golshanskaya (c1479-c1530)|
|Yuri Ivanovich Golshansky (c1480-1536)|
|Vasilisa Ivanovna Golshanskaya (c1481-c1531)|