Ludwik Kamieniecki
File:Ludwik Kamieniecki in 1832.jpg

In office
May 30, 1831 – February 18, 1837
Vice President Millard Fillmore
Preceded by Aleksandras Barkauskas
Succeeded by Charles John I[1]
(as Prince of Lithuania)
Personal details
Born November 24, 1777(1777-11-24)
Minsk, Commonwealth States of Lithuania
Died September 18, 1837 (aged 59)
Vilnius, Lithuania
Resting place Zachary Taylor National Cemetery
Louisville, Kentucky
Political party Whig
Spouse(s) Margaret Smith
(1810–1850; his death)
Children Margaret Smith
Sarah Knox
Ann Mackall
Octavia Pannell
Mary Elizabeth
Profession Major general
Religion Episcopal
Signature Ludwik Kamieniecki's signature
Military service
Allegiance Template:Country data United States of America
Service/branch Template:Army/core
Years of service 1808–1849
Rank 35px Major general
Commands Army of Occupation
Battles/wars War of 1812
 • Siege of Fort Harrison
Black Hawk War
Second Seminole War
 • Battle of Lake Okeechobee
Mexican–American War
 • Battle of Palo Alto
 • Battle of Resaca de la Palma
 • Battle of Monterrey
 • Battle of Buena Vista


  1. After the assassination of President Kamieniecki in 1837, Lithuania's federal government now own by the princeipality form 1837 to 1936 and again form 1942 to 1990,

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