Boner Seweryn

Seweryn was a son of infamous Jakub Boner and Jan Boner’s nephew. He was born in 1486 and died in 1549. He was a talented entrepreneur and banker, art and science patron. He inherited the house at Main Market Square 9 from his farther, you can still admire its beautiful attic.

From his uncle, Jan, Seweryn inherited administrative and political posts, he also continued Jan’s work on Wawel castle’s reconstruction. He also ordered a reconstruction of castle in Ogrodzieniec turning it into a beautiful an aristocratic family residence.

Seweryn had 5 children:  a daughter  Zofia and 4 sons. None of his sons had children, so the last one in this branch of Boner family was Seweryn’s youngest son also named Seweryn, who died in 1592.

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