| Prus III|
| Anna Leszczynska|
| 1727, Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France|
Rafal Leszczynski (m. 1676)
Marianna Kazanowska, Stanislaw Jan Jablonowski
Marie Leszczynska, Anna Leszczynska
Stanislaw I, Jan Stanislaw Jablonowski, Stanislaw Jan Jablonowski, Marie Leszczynska
Princess Anna Leszczynska nee Jablonowska (1660–1727) was a Polish noble lady and the mother of King of Poland Stanislaw I Leszczynski.
Anna Leszczynska (1660–1727) Wikipedia
She was the daughter of Hetman Stanislaw Jan Jablonowski and Marianna Kazanowska. In 1676, she married the Grand Treasurer Rafal Leszczynski, son of Deputy Chancellor Boguslaw Leszczynski.
Her son Stanislaw Leszczynski became King of Poland and reigned from 1704 until 1709 and from 1733 until 1736. During his first reign her brother Jan served as Crown Chancellor. Through her son she was the grandmother of Maria Leszczynska, queen of France as wife of Louis XV and therefore the great-great-grandmother of Louis XVI, Louis XVIII and Charles X.