Udaloi Vasily Mikhailovich( Prince Vereisky)
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(died 1495), eldest son of Mikhail Andreevich, Prince Vereisky. In 1468 and following years he participated in campaigns against Kazan in 1471, Mr.. - In the campaign against Novgorod in 1472, Mr.. - Against Akhmad Khan, who came to Aleksin, in 1478, Mr.. - In the Novgorod campaign. In 1483, Mr.. Grand Duke Dimitri delighted his grandson's birth, like "his daughter-Stepanovna Helen (wife of Ivan Mlada) gives fathoms his great knyainy". It turned out that this "Fathoms" (a precious ornament, necklace) Sofia Fominishna gave his niece, Mary, when leaving her in marriage to Basil. In anger, Grand Duke ordered away from the prince Vereisk all the dowry of his wife and, besides, like him, and with the princess poimati ". Basil and his wife fled to Lithuania. Inmates in the same year the Grand Duke contracts with his father Vasily and Mikhail Borisovich of Tver Vasily obliged the latter with "not ssylatisya nikotoroyu cunning, nor to her was not the rule". In 1493, Mr.. Sophia Fominishna procured Basil forgiveness and permission to return home, but he did not use this. In conclusion, in 1494, a treaty between Ivan III and Prince Alexander of Lithuania, the latter undertakes Basil not otpuschati nowhere, and go away from the earth, and it again priimati.