Chłapowski, Stanisław (Stanislaus Baron Chlapowski), 1852-93 member of the Poznan Provincial Landtag, 1867-71 member of the Reichstag of the North German Confederation, 1877-88 member of the 2nd Chamber, 1887-1902 of the 1st Chamber of the Prussian Landtag, 1881-84 and 1893-98 member of the Reichstag of the German Empire. *12.1.1821 (or 12.8.1822) Poznan; †30.9. (or 1.10.) 1902 Szoldry/Szołdry near Schrimm/Śrem: artillery officer, estate owner, member of the board of a bank. Son of the estate owner and Polish general, Dezydery Adam Chłapowski (1790-1879), and brother of the Members of the Reichstag, Kazimierz and Tadeusz Chłapowski. Owner of the estate in Szoldry. After attending the Maria-Magdalena grammar school in Poznan he completed his studies at the United Artillery and Engineers School in Berlin. During his military service he travelled to England, France, Austria and Italy. He represented the constituency of Kosten-Buk/Kościan-Buk in the Reichstag of the North German Confederation. In 1881 he was elected to the Polish parliamentary group in the German Reichstag for the constituency of Fraustadt/Wschowa with a majority of 55.92% in the 2nd ballot; in 1893 also in the second ballot with a majority of 50.52%. He was a member of the select committee on Military Penal Laws.
Hirth's Parlaments-Almanach, Ausg. 6, Berlin 1867, 29 f.; Deutscher Parlaments-Almanach, Bd. 14, Leipzig 1881, 134; Amtliches Reichstag-Handbuch, 9. Legislaturperiode, Berlin 1898, 154f.; A. Kotowski: Zwischen Staatsräson und Vaterlandsliebe, Düsseldorf 2007, 136, 158.