August Aleksander Czartoryski
|Born||9 November 1697|
|Died||4 April 1782 (aged 84)|
|Spouse(s)||Maria Zofia Sieniawska|
|Mother||Izabela Elżbieta Morsztyn|
August became major-general of the Polish Army in 1729, voivode of the Ruthenian Voivodeship in 1731, general starost of Podolia in 1750–1758, and a Knight of Malta. He was starost of Warsaw, Kościerzyna, Lubochnia, Kałusz, Latowicz, Lucyn, Wąwolnica, Kupiski and Pieniań.
He supported Stanisław Leszczyński during the War of the Polish Succession. During the reign of August III, with his brother Michał, Czartoryski was a leader of the "Familia." During the interregnum of 1763–64, he strove for the Polish crown for himself, later for his son Adam Kazimierz. From 1764 to 1766, he was marshal of the General Confederation (Polish: konfederacja generalna); from 1764, a commander for the Crown. He was a supporter of political reforms during the Republic, and an opponent of the Radom Confederation.
- Knight of the White Eagle Order, awarded 23 July 1731
- Knight of the Order of Saint Stanislaus
- Order of Saint Andrzej
|Ancestors of August Aleksander Czartoryski|
Jan Stanisław Jabłonowski
Stanisław Szczęsny Potocki