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Andrei Fyodorovich of Starodub, Prince of Starodub (Vladimir), was born 1320 to Fyodor Ivanovich of Starodub (c1285-1330) and died 1385 of unspecified causes. Ancestors are from Russia, Ukraine, Sweden, the Byzantine Empire.

Andrei Fedorovich (c1420-c1485) - the third son of appanage Prince of Starodub (Vladimir) Fyodor Ivanovich, inherited the estate in 1363 after the the death of his brother, Ivan Fyorodorovich was ousted from the principality.


He was a vassal of Moscow, since he could inherit only with the consent of the Grand Prince of Moscow. Among other princes in 1375 ha participated in Dmitri Donskoy's campaign against Tver. In 1380, together with Prince of Rostov, his namesake Andrei Fyodorovich commanded the right wing of the Russian troops in the Battle of Kulikovo.

Marriage and children


  • Fyodor Andreyevich of Starodub (c1350-1425) is the successor of the clan of Starodub princes
  • Vasily - the ancestor of the princes of Pozharsky
  • Ivan Nagavitsa-Ryapolovsky - the ancestor of the princes of the Ryapolovsky
  • David Palitsa - the ancestor of the princes of Palitsky


  • Princes of Starodub - Encyclopaedic dictionary of Brockhaus and Efron, Vol 86, Sankt Petersburg, 1890-1907.
  • Serbov N. - Appanage princes of Starodub (specific princes) - Russian Biographical Dictionary: in 25 volumes. - Sankt Petersburg-Moscow. 1896-1918.


Offspring of Andrei Fyodorovich of Starodub and unknown parent
Name Birth Death Joined with
Fyodor Andreyevich of Starodub (c1350-1425)
Vasili Andreyevich
Ivan Andreyevich Nagavitsa-Ryapolsky
Davyd Andreyevich Palitsa


Offspring of Fyodor Ivanovich of Starodub and unknown parent
Name Birth Death Joined with
Dmitri Fyodorovich of Starodub (c1310-1354) 1310 1354
Andrei Fyodorovich of Starodub (c1320-c1385) 1320 1385
Ivan Fyorodorovich of Starodub (c1315-c1370) 1315 1370


Footnotes (including sources)

Andrei Fyodorovich
Born: c1320 Died: c1385
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Ivan Fyorodorovich
Prince of Starodub (Vladimir)
Succeeded by
Fyodor Andreyevich