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Kryvonis, Maksym, -1648

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Personal name headingKryvonis, Maksym, -1648
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Variant(s)Campbell, -1648
Crevinos, Gen., -1648
Kampbell, -1648
Kezyrronos, -1648
Kryvonis, Maksym
Kryvonis, Maksym, d. 1648
Kryvonis-Perebyĭnis, -1648
Krziwanos, Major, -1648
Krzyuonosius, Maximus, -1648
Krzywonos, -1648
Perebyinis, -1648
Perebyĭnis, Kryvonis-, -1648
Volʹshansʹkyĭ, -1648
Death date1648
Found inPytanni︠a︡ pokhodz︠h︡enni︠a︡ polkovnyka Maksyma Kryvonosa, 1973: t.p. (Maksyma Kryvonosa) p. 3, etc. (Major Krziwanos, Maximus Krzyuonosius, Maksym Kryvonis, Krzywonos, Kryvonis-Perebyĭnis, Gen. Crevinos, Kezyrronos; some sources claim he was a Scott named Kampbell [Campbell]) p. 11, footnote 31 (2 versions of death: d. Nov. 26, 1648 from wounds; died of the plague in 1648)
LC data base, 08-02-93 (MLC usage: Maksym Kryvonis) LC PreMARC file (hdg.: Kryvonis, Maksym)
Bolʹ. sov. ėnt︠s︡ikl., 3rd. ed.: v 13, p. 421-422 (Krivonis, Maksim (d. middle Nov. 1648, hero of Cossack-Polish War of 1648-54, associate of B. Khmelʹnit︠s︡kiĭ; died of plague)
Encyc. of Ukraine: v. 2, p. 684 (Kryvonis, Maksym, no birth date, d. Nov. 1648 near Zamość; prominent Cossack military leader of Cossack-Polish War of 1648, took parts in Cossack campaigns against Crimean Tatars and Turkey; became close associate of B. Khmelnytsky, organized mass peasant revolts in Bratslav and Kiev regions; gained fame when Cossacks under his command stormed Vysokyi Zamok castle in Lviv (Oct. 1648); died of plague during siege of Zamostia; some sources claim he was of Scottish descent, other sources refer to him as Perebyinis)
Ukr. rad. ent︠s︡ykl.: v. 5, p. 501 (Kryvonis, Maksym (Perebyĭnis, Vilʹshansʹkyĭ), date of birth unknown, d. Nov. 1648; colonel of Zaporizʹke viĭsko, close associate of Bohdan Khmelʹnyt︠s︡ʹkyĭ and hero of Cossack-Polish War of 1648-1654, died of plague in 1648 during siege of Zamostia)