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Parameters Miloš Saranovac was the duke of the Nahiya, from the time of the First Serbian Uprising in 1804 and in 1812 he was ordered to take over the command of Pavle Cukić by Karađorđe. 
Among other documents, he is mentioned in Karadord's administrative protocol, on 23 December 1812 and 6 January 1813. The Saranovac name is toponymic; it testifies to the further origin of Miloš's family from Saranovo, which is located in Šumadija, not far from Rača.
After the collapse of the First Serbian Uprising, Miloš Saranovac moved with his family to Hotin in Bessarabia. Undoubtedly, before that, he was on the territory of the Habsburg Monarchy. Among the Serbian families, who returned in 1831 from the Russian Empire (probably mostly from Bessarabia) to Serbia, was the household of Miloš Saranovac. At the time Miloš lived with his wife Stana and son Jovan and received a one time sum of 150 groschen from the state for his travel expenses from Russia.
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