Miklós Erdödy

b. circa 1620
     Miklós Erdödy was born circa 1620 in Szabolcs, Hungary. Circa 1645 Szabolcs, Hungary, Miklós Erdödy married Katalin Szunyogh, daughter of István Szunyogh and Katalin Bikády.1

Citations

  1. [S706] Nicholas de Vásárhelyi, Hungarian genealogical tables.

Miklós Szalay

b. circa 1620
     Miklós Szalay was born circa 1620 in Szabolcs, Hungary. Circa 1650 Szabolcs, Hungary, Miklós Szalay married Katalin Gombos.

Child of Miklós Szalay and Katalin Gombos

János Jármy

b. circa 1620
     János Jármy was born circa 1620 in Jármi, Jász-Nagy-Kun-Szolnok, Hungary. Circa 1650 in Jármi, Jász-Nagy-Kun-Szolnok, Hungary, János Jármy married Mária Szilágyi.1

Child of János Jármy and Mária Szilágyi

Citations

  1. [S706] Nicholas de Vásárhelyi, Hungarian genealogical tables.

Catharina Károly

b. circa 1620
     Catharina Károly was born circa 1620. Circa 1635, Catharina Károly married Vilmos Görgey, son of Ladislaus Görgey and Hedwig Csopely.1 Her married name was Catharina Görgey (Károly).

Child of Catharina Károly and Vilmos Görgey

Citations

  1. [S711] Magyar Országos Levéltár (Hungarian National Archives), Genealógiai táblák, 13-19. század (13th to 19th Century Genealogy Tables).

Catherina Fuged

b. circa 1620
     Catherina Fuged was born circa 1620. Circa 1650, Catherina Fuged married Vilmos Görgey, son of Ladislaus Görgey and Hedwig Csopely.1 Her married name was Catherina Görgey (Fuged).

Citations

  1. [S711] Magyar Országos Levéltár (Hungarian National Archives), Genealógiai táblák, 13-19. század (13th to 19th Century Genealogy Tables).

Kristóf Roskoványi

b. circa 1620
     Kristóf Roskoványi was born circa 1620 in Sáros, Hungary. He was the son of Ferencz Roskoványi.

Bálint Hedry

b. circa 1625, d. circa 1665
     Bálint Hedry was born circa 1625. Circa 1655 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Bálint Hedry married Anna Isépy, daughter of Ferenc Isépy and Anna Horváth. In 1660 Bálint Hedry and Anna Isépy lived in Sirokán, Sáros, Hungary. Bálint Hedry died circa 1665 in Sirokán, Sáros, Hungary.

Ferenc Szunyogh

b. circa 1625
     Ferenc Szunyogh was born circa 1625 in Szabolcs, Hungary.1 He was the son of István Szunyogh and Katalin Bikády.

Citations

  1. [S706] Nicholas de Vásárhelyi, Hungarian genealogical tables.

Imre Gombos

b. circa 1625
     Imre Gombos was born circa 1625 in Szépes, Hungary. Circa 1645 Szépes, Hungary, Imre Gombos married Ilona Vasady.

Children of Imre Gombos and Ilona Vasady

Anna Tibay

b. circa 1625
     Anna Tibay was born circa 1625 in Nagymihály, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Lászlo Tibay and Zsofiá Péchy.

Ferenc Banó

b. circa 1630
     Ferenc Banó was born circa 1630 in Lucska, Gömör, Hungary. Circa 1660 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Ferenc Banó married Mária Isépy, daughter of Ferenc Isépy and Anna Horváth.1

Children of Ferenc Banó and Mária Isépy

Citations

  1. [S113] Aladar Isépy, Isépy Family History, (Esther Vitaly, translator).

György Horváth

b. circa 1630
     György Horváth was born circa 1630 in Kárász, Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg, Hungary.

Child of György Horváth

András Szeghalmi

b. circa 1630
     András Szeghalmi was born circa 1630 in Szabolcs, Hungary. Circa 1650 Szabolcs, Hungary, András Szeghalmi married Krisztina Pankotay-Josá.1

Child of András Szeghalmi and Krisztina Pankotay-Josá

Citations

  1. [S706] Nicholas de Vásárhelyi, Hungarian genealogical tables.

Krisztina Pankotay-Josá

b. circa 1630
     Krisztina Pankotay-Josá was born circa 1630 in Szabolcs, Hungary. Circa 1650 Szabolcs, Hungary, Krisztina Pankotay-Josá married András Szeghalmi.1 Her married name was Krisztina Szeghalmi (Pankotay-Josá).

Child of Krisztina Pankotay-Josá and András Szeghalmi

Citations

  1. [S706] Nicholas de Vásárhelyi, Hungarian genealogical tables.

Katalin Szunyogh

b. circa 1630
     Katalin Szunyogh was born circa 1630 in Szabolcs, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of István Szunyogh and Katalin Bikády. Circa 1645 Szabolcs, Hungary, Katalin Szunyogh married Miklós Erdödy.1 Her married name was Katalin Erdödy (Szunyogh).

Citations

  1. [S706] Nicholas de Vásárhelyi, Hungarian genealogical tables.

Katalin Gombos

b. circa 1630
     Katalin Gombos was born circa 1630 in Szabolcs, Hungary. Circa 1650 Szabolcs, Hungary, Katalin Gombos married Miklós Szalay. Her married name was Katalin Szalay (Gombos).

Child of Katalin Gombos and Miklós Szalay

Mária Szilágyi

b. circa 1630
     Mária Szilágyi was born circa 1630 in Jármi, Jász-Nagy-Kun-Szolnok, Hungary. Circa 1650 in Jármi, Jász-Nagy-Kun-Szolnok, Hungary, Mária Szilágyi married János Jármy.1 Her married name was Mária Jármy (Szilágyi).

Child of Mária Szilágyi and János Jármy

Citations

  1. [S706] Nicholas de Vásárhelyi, Hungarian genealogical tables.

Ilona Vasady

b. circa 1630
     Ilona Vasady was born circa 1630 in Szépes, Hungary. Circa 1645 Szépes, Hungary, Ilona Vasady married Imre Gombos.

Children of Ilona Vasady and Imre Gombos

Dániel Daxner

b. circa 1630
     Dániel Daxner was born circa 1630 in Kassa, Abauj-Torna, Hungary. He was the son of Jeremiás Daxner. Dániel Daxner died in Osgyán, Nógrád, Hungary. (Oždany, Slovakia.)

Child of Dániel Daxner

Lászlo Eödönffy

b. circa 1630
     Lászlo Eödönffy was born circa 1630 in Nagyvárad, Bihar, Hungary. He was the son of Lászlo Eödönffy and Zsofiá Péchy. Circa 1655 Bihar, Hungary, Lászlo Eödönffy married Anna Pográcz. In 1684 Tökölyovcov uprising resulted in loss of lands in Bihar.

Child of Lászlo Eödönffy and Anna Pográcz

Anna Pográcz

b. circa 1630
     Anna Pográcz was born circa 1630 in Nagyvárad, Bihar, Hungary. Circa 1655 Bihar, Hungary, Anna Pográcz married Lászlo Eödönffy, son of Lászlo Eödönffy and Zsofiá Péchy.

Child of Anna Pográcz and Lászlo Eödönffy

István Grodkovszky

b. 1630
     István Grodkovszky was born in 1630 in Tótfalu, Szépes, Hungary. He was the son of János Grodkovszky. István Grodkovszky is on the list of nobles from Tótfalusi in 1652 to 1676. Circa 1675 in Tótfalu, Szépes, Hungary, István Grodkovszky married Erzsébet Beczkay.

Child of István Grodkovszky and Erzsébet Beczkay

Ilona Mérges

b. circa 1635
     Ilona Mérges was born circa 1635 in Lasztócz, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of György Mérges and Erzsébet Dely. Circa 1650 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Ilona Mérges married Pál Petroczy.1 Her married name was Ilona Petroczy (Mérges).

Child of Ilona Mérges and Pál Petroczy

Citations

  1. [S113] Aladar Isépy, Isépy Family History, (Esther Vitaly, translator).

Ilona Rácz

b. circa 1635
     Ilona Rácz was born circa 1635 in Szabolcs, Hungary. She was the daughter of János Rácz. Circa 1650 Szabolcs, Hungary, Ilona Rácz married István Szunyogh, son of István Szunyogh and Katalin Bikády.1 Her married name was Ilona Szunyogh (Rácz).

Citations

  1. [S706] Nicholas de Vásárhelyi, Hungarian genealogical tables.

Samuel Dráveczky II

b. circa 1635, d. after 1697
     Samuel Dráveczky II was born circa 1635 in Drávecz, Szépes, Hungary. He was the son of Gáspár Dráveczky II and Anna Berzeviczy. Circa 1660 in Drávecz, Szépes, Hungary, Samuel Dráveczky II married Anna Bárczay. Samuel Dráveczky II died after 1697 in Drávecz, Szépes, Hungary. He is a godparent in 1697.

Child of Samuel Dráveczky II and Anna Bárczay

Anna Isépy

b. before 1636
     Anna Isépy was born before 1636 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Mihály Isépy and Katalin Pelejthey. Circa 1650 in Nagykemencze, Zemplén, Hungary, Anna Isépy married István Bornemissza, son of Mihály Bornemissza. Her married name was Anna Bornemissza (Isépy).

György Isépy

b. circa 1639, d. 1711
     György Isépy was born circa 1639 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.1 He was the son of András Isépy. Circa 1675 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, György Isépy married Mária Petroczy, daughter of Pál Petroczy and Ilona Mérges.1 György Isépy and Mihály Isépy appear on the census of 1689 in Magyar-Izsép.2 In 1689 he resided in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, The Rákóczy estate's record books (Urbarium Possessionum) on matters relating to serfs, and Borsi, throw a detailed light upon the land and socage questions at Magyar-Izsép in the second half of the XVII century. Those record books contain the following information on the village of Magyar-Izsép in 1689. Landowners at Magyar-Izsép: György and Mihály Isépy, sons of András, they own 4 units of land held in villeinage and 1/2 puszta lot. Further: Zsigmond Fekete, Ference Horváth and Ferenc Balogh, are inheritors of the Isépy property through the female line. Among these, Zsigmond Fekete owns 6 units of land (held in villeinage) and 5 puszta lots.1 In 1690 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, the Treasury started an investigation against András Isépy, Péter Dely and János Posta, among whom Dely owned lands at Kolbása (half of that was leased by András Isépy, the other half by György Sepsi) to determine if they had worked with rebels. András Isépy owned a country seat and lands at Magyar-Izsép; it was now his son, György, who was running it. The Treasury confiscated András Isépy's property at Magyar-Izsep. A group investigation was started by the magistrates and jury of the County of Zemplén; György Isépy appeared before them and declared in their presence that his father had never had any contact, whatsoever, with the rebellious Tököly. His brother Mihály turned, at the same time, to the Chamber of Szepes so that based on the proofs he presented they could urge the release of the seized property. The Chamber of Szepes, in 1690, ordered the release of the property, because they themselves realized that András Isépy, who in the meantime had died, could not have been a rebel as he was around 90 years old and had lost his eyesight by then. He was certainly unsuitable for warfare. He could not have been in contact with Tököly; instead he remained peacefully at home where he passed quietly away, in very old age.3
György Isépy and Mihály Isépy appear on the census of between 1709 and 1711 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In the nobles' registration in 1709, among those who were on the list registered as nobles, were György and Mihály Isépy, registered at Magyar-Izsép, another Mihály Isépy at Tarcal. Further, in the County of Zemplén documents of investigation, dated 1711, a note of noble origin (potior nobilitas) of Mihály Isépy de Eadem was verified without a doubt by the appointed country judge and jurors. They do not mention his brother, György, so he could not have been alive at the time. His inheritors divided up his estate in 1713; and his widow, Mária Petróczy was then already married to the nobleman János Villám.4 György Isépy died in 1711 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He is not mentioned in the census of 1711.1 György's will was probated in 1713 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. The division of property left by György Isépy at Magyar-Izsép was accomplished on June 19, 1713 between János Isépy, Borbála Isépy (wife of László Vékey), further István Ormos of Csicser, as guardian of the infant Ferenc, son of the former Zsófia Isépy, as well as, the guardian of Mária Isépy, infant daughter of Mária Petróczy (now married to János Villám) and her now deceased first husband.5

Children of György Isépy and Mária Petroczy

Citations

  1. [S113] Aladar Isépy, Isépy Family History, (Esther Vitaly, translator).
  2. [S149] Rákóczy - Aspremonth Levéltár (Archive).
  3. [S137] Országos Levéltár (Archive).
  4. [S151] 1711 Verification of noble origins, Magyarisep, Hungary,.
  5. [S138] A letter from Dr. Tihamér Isépy, to Aladar Isépy.

Mihály Isépy

b. circa 1640
     Mihály Isépy was born circa 1640 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of András Isépy. Circa 1660 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Mihály Isépy married Borbála Nyomarkay. Mihály Isépy and György Isépy appear on the census of 1689 in Magyar-Izsép.1 In 1689 Mihály Isépy and Zsigmónd Fekete lived in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. The Rákóczy estate's record books (Urbarium Possessionum) on matters relating to serfs, and Borsi, throw a detailed light upon the land and socage questions at Magyar-Izsép in the second half of the XVII century. Those record books contain the following information on the village of Magyar-Izsép in 1689. Landowners at Magyar-Izsép: György and Mihály Isépy, sons of András, they own 4 units of land held in villeinage and 1/2 puszta lot. Further: Zsigmond Fekete, Ference Horváth and Ferenc Balogh, are inheritors of the Isépy property through the female line. Among these, Zsigmond Fekete owns 6 units of land (held in villeinage) and 5 puszta lots.2 In 1690 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, the Treasury started an investigation against András Isépy, Péter Dely and János Posta, among whom Dely owned lands at Kolbása (half of that was leased by András Isépy, the other half by György Sepsi) to determine if they had worked with rebels. András Isépy owned a country seat and lands at Magyar-Izsép; it was now his son, György, who was running it. The Treasury confiscated András Isépy's property at Magyar-Izsep. A group investigation was started by the magistrates and jury of the County of Zemplén; György Isépy appeared before them and declared in their presence that his father had never had any contact, whatsoever, with the rebellious Tököly. His brother Mihály turned, at the same time, to the Chamber of Szepes so that based on the proofs he presented they could urge the release of the seized property. The Chamber of Szepes, in 1690, ordered the release of the property, because they themselves realized that András Isépy, who in the meantime had died, could not have been a rebel as he was around 90 years old and had lost his eyesight by then. He was certainly unsuitable for warfare. He could not have been in contact with Tököly; instead he remained peacefully at home where he passed quietly away, in very old age.3
Mihály Isépy and György Isépy appear on the census of between 1709 and 1711 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In the nobles' registration in 1709, among those who were on the list registered as nobles, were György and Mihály Isépy, registered at Magyar-Izsép, another Mihály Isépy at Tarcal. Further, in the County of Zemplén documents of investigation, dated 1711, a note of noble origin (potior nobilitas) of Mihály Isépy de Eadem was verified without a doubt by the appointed country judge and jurors. They do not mention his brother, György, so he could not have been alive at the time. His inheritors divided up his estate in 1713; and his widow, Mária Petróczy was then already married to the nobleman János Villám.4

Children of Mihály Isépy and Borbála Nyomarkay

Citations

  1. [S149] Rákóczy - Aspremonth Levéltár (Archive).
  2. [S113] Aladar Isépy, Isépy Family History, (Esther Vitaly, translator).
  3. [S137] Országos Levéltár (Archive).
  4. [S151] 1711 Verification of noble origins, Magyarisep, Hungary,.

János Horváth

b. circa 1640
     János Horváth was born circa 1640 in Hungary. He was the son of Zsigmónd Horváth and Krisztina Sváby. Circa 1660 Szépes, Hungary, János Horváth married Anna Zaborszky, daughter of András Zaborszky and Ilona Teoke. He was a lower level county sheriff and supporter of Ábrahámfalván Palatine Ferenc Wesselényi.

Children of János Horváth and Anna Zaborszky

Anna Zaborszky

b. circa 1640
     Anna Zaborszky was born circa 1640 in Hungary. She was the daughter of András Zaborszky and Ilona Teoke. Circa 1660 Szépes, Hungary, Anna Zaborszky married János Horváth, son of Zsigmónd Horváth and Krisztina Sváby. Her married name was Anna Horváth (Zaborszky).

Children of Anna Zaborszky and János Horváth