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He was the eldest son of Andrei Fedorovich, grand prince of Rostov and a daughter of Konstantin Vasil'yevich, grand prince of Rostov. He was appanage prince of Bokhtuzhsk. His sons were Yuri and Fedor Golyeni, princes of Rostov (Bokhtuzhsk?) The family is shown on this chart.
The Bokhtuzhski udel was divided out of the Rostov principality in the second half of the 14th century and given to Ivan. His lands then were located along the banks of the Bokhtug river a tributary of the Sukhona. His grandson, Semyon Yuryevich, was the last independent prince having udel rights


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