The first two entries concern families whose name is indicated as " Gnatkowski " and " Gnatowic ". Only the third denomination concerns the family " Gnatowski ". However, for the sake of the completeness, the first two entries are also shown here. In , after many years of research, he began publication of Herbarz Polski. Boniecki's work is more a genealogy of Polish nobility than of typical baronage.
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Herbarz Polski, Volume 11