Domokos Cseley II

b. circa 1300, d. circa 1375
     Domokos Cseley II was born circa 1300 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Pongrác Cseley II and Anna (?) Circa 1320 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Domokos Cseley II married (?) Tussay, daughter of Mak Tussay and Erzsébet Isépy.1 Domokos Cseley II died circa 1375 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.

Children of Domokos Cseley II and (?) Tussay

Citations

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

Jan Skop

b. circa 1300
     Jan Skop was born circa 1300 in Wroclaw, Poland. In 1334 Jan Skop was employed as trustee of Justice in Wroclaw, Poland.

Child of Jan Skop

Mihály Péchy

b. circa 1300
     Mihály Péchy was born circa 1300. He was the son of András Péchy.

Child of Mihály Péchy

Chana (?)

b. circa 1300
     Chana (?) was born circa 1300. He was the son of Márton (?)

Child of Chana (?)

Mátyás (?)

b. circa 1300
     Mátyás (?) was born circa 1300. He was the son of Márton (?)

Pál (?)

b. circa 1300
     Pál (?) was born circa 1300. He was the son of Márton (?)

(?) Tussay

b. circa 1305
     (?) Tussay was born circa 1305 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Mak Tussay and Erzsébet Isépy. Circa 1320 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, (?) Tussay married Domokos Cseley II, son of Pongrác Cseley II and Anna (?).1

Children of (?) Tussay and Domokos Cseley II

Citations

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

András (?)

b. circa 1310
     András (?) was born circa 1310. He was the son of Tamás (?) András (?) is mentioned in a document in 1337.

Child of András (?)

János Isépy

b. circa 1320
     János Isépy was born circa 1320 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Lukacs Isépy and Katalin Buthkay.

Péter Isépy

b. circa 1320, d. before 1409
     Péter Isépy was born circa 1320 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Mátyás Isépy.
The sons of Mátyus I: Márkus and Péter, who were both magisters, may have filled important roles in public life in their times. The clearly favorable disposition of King Zsigmond towards them demonstrates this. A document, issued in 1400, by the Palatine Detre Bubek of Pelsõcz legally declares that the Isépy, Bánóczy and Cseley families originate from the ancient and prominent Bogát-Radvány clan.1 Péter Isépy was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1381 in Szerencs, Zemplén, Hungary. The infighting of Isépy kinsmen with the Monokys for the properties at Lazony and Last, continued without interruption even during the lives of Márkus and Péter. According to a document dated 1381 it went so far that they questioned the rights of the ancient patronage of the Isépy, Cseley and Bánóczy families connected to the Monastery at Szerencs.1 He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action between 1385 and 1398 in Keék, Abauj-Torna, Hungary. In 1385 the Palatine Miklós Szécsy and his sons: János, Ferenc and Miklós granted to Péter and Márkus Isépy, the village of Keék in Abauj County. This property had reverted to the king because of a discontinuance of male Isépy descendants. King Zsigmond confirmed this grant document in 1398, thereby Péter and Márkus Isépy were established in the property on December 17, 1398. Márkus, by then the only one alive, received an additional confirmation in the property in 1409.2 He died before 1409 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.

Child of Péter Isépy

Citations

  1. [S154] Gusztáv Wenzel, Arpádkori uj okmánytár.
  2. [S137] Országos Levéltár (Archive).

Demeter Herencsény

b. circa 1320
     Demeter Herencsény was born circa 1320 in Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Tamás Herencsény. He is mentioned in a document in 1339.1

Child of Demeter Herencsény

Citations

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

Elias Görgey

b. circa 1323
     Elias Görgey was born circa 1323. He was the son of Arnold Görgey.

Child of Elias Görgey

Citations

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

Márton Tussay

b. circa 1325
     Márton Tussay was born circa 1325 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Mak Tussay and Erzsébet Isépy.

Child of Márton Tussay

András Cseley

b. circa 1325
     András Cseley was born circa 1325 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Domokos Cseley II and (?) Tussay.

Children of András Cseley

György Cseley

b. circa 1325
     György Cseley was born circa 1325 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Domokos Cseley II and (?) Tussay.

Lukacs Isépy II

b. circa 1330
     Lukacs Isépy II was born circa 1330 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Lukacs Isépy and Katalin Buthkay.
Lukács Isépy in 1371 acknowledges to Miklós Butkay, receipt of the quarter due of his mother Colust Butkay.118 This Lukacs Isépy, however, could have been Lukács II, the son of Lukács I, whose uncle was Miklós III, from whom he received the above-mentioned dues. The name Colus, on the other hand, can be considered identical with the nickname Katus (Catus) for Katalin - that was incorrectly read by the person who deciphered the faded writing of the document.1

Citations

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

Márkus Isépy

b. circa 1330, d. after 1414
     Márkus Isépy was born circa 1330 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Mátyás Isépy.
The sons of Mátyus I: Márkus and Péter, who were both magisters, may have filled important roles in public life in their times. The clearly favorable disposition of King Zsigmond towards them demonstrates this. A document, issued in 1400, by the Palatine Detre Bubek of Pelsõcz legally declares that the Isépy, Bánóczy and Cseley families originate from the ancient and prominent Bogát-Radvány clan.1 Márkus Isépy was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1381 in Szerencs, Zemplén, Hungary. The infighting of Isépy kinsmen with the Monokys for the properties at Lazony and Last, continued without interruption even during the lives of Márkus and Péter. According to a document dated 1381 it went so far that they questioned the rights of the ancient patronage of the Isépy, Cseley and Bánóczy families connected to the Monastery at Szerencs.1 He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action between 1385 and 1398 in Keék, Abauj-Torna, Hungary. In 1385 the Palatine Miklós Szécsy and his sons: János, Ferenc and Miklós granted to Péter and Márkus Isépy, the village of Keék in Abauj County. This property had reverted to the king because of a discontinuance of male Isépy descendants. King Zsigmond confirmed this grant document in 1398, thereby Péter and Márkus Isépy were established in the property on December 17, 1398. Márkus, by then the only one alive, received an additional confirmation in the property in 1409.2 He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1387 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. As male descendants of the "Katan" branch died out, the royal inheritance court confiscated their property and Queen Maria granted it, in 1386, to her favorite warrior, Sándor Monoky, for his true and tried loyalty and devoted services (consideratis fidelitatibus et fidelium servitorum). These he performed in the services of the Queen's father, King Lajos Nagy, who was remembered as a good man. Márkus Isépy and Miklós Cseley protested against this disposition of clan land and their trial ended up at the state judge. Based on the documents they submitted as proofs, the state judge Imre Bubek of Pelsõc, in 1387, brought a judgment that the properties of Jakab, son of "dictus Katan" János, would be the due of Márkus Isépy and Miklós Cseley, as closest blood-relatives.3,2 He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1400 in Zemplén, Hungary. Meanwhile, a lawsuit with the Monokys ended favorably for the Isépys who were joined by the Cseleys, because a report dated 1400, in the Convent at Lelesz, records the installation of Márkus Isépy, and also Miklós Cseley, into lands at the villages of Lazony and Lask, as well as, parts of Megyaszó, Lucz and Szada.4 He left a will in 1410 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. "Márkus Isépy, who survived his brother, also made a last will, in 1410, at the Chapter of Eger; and his will, written on parchment paper, was in the possession of the family for a long time. It is mentioned in an old list of family documents. He left his own acquisitions and his properties at Beretõ, Karós and Keék to be shared equally between his son, Mátyus and his daughter, Anna."2
In 1410 the grandchildren of Péterné Lasztóczy started court proceedings against Márkus, son of Mátyus I., and his son, Mátyus II., because the latter showed reluctance in returning Felsõ Halám, in its entirety, to the rightful owners; and they were still occupying it. State judge, Simon Rozgonyi agreed, in 1411, that the complainants were right; therefore he instructed the Convent of Lelesz to draw a border line between the two properties; and he made arrangements for the replacement of the old, and hardly visible, border markings, thus legally separating the properties. He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1413 in Kismihály, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1413 Márkus Isépy was installed in the Kis-Mihályi property that originally belonged to the Péter branch of the family. In 1413 the Kis-Mihályis did not leave without complaining at the appearance of a new owner, as the Convent of Lelesz reported it to the Palatine. The widow of Mátyás Kis-Mihályi objected in her own and in her son Tamás' name to the installation of Márkus Isépy. However, as subsequent developments show, her protest was ineffective.2 He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1413 in Agócs, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1413, Jakab Agóchy and his relatives accused Márkus Isépy and his son Mátyus with wounding and even killing residents of Agócs. In the same year the Cseleys and kinsmen who lived with them in relative peace, raised a complaint against Márkus Isépy’s family because they took over by force their plough-lands in the border area of Terebes; further using their serfs, they regularly cut-down the Agóchys' forests at Cselej and other lands of theirs that were planted with trees.4 He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1413 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1413, Márkus and his son Mátyus complained when Gyapoly's son, Benedek Rákóczy, committed forceful acts on Sink and Arács, thereby causing extensive damage to them. The matter went as far as the highest court of the country, which in 1414 ordered retaliatory steps against Benedek Rákóczy on behalf of Márkus, Mátyus and András Isépy.2 In a document from 1414 there is a record that the widow Laszlóné Kérészy, born Erzsébet Tussay, acknowledges, in the presence of Márkus Isépy and his son, Mátyus, receipt of the quarter property and dowry due to her grandmother; remarking at the same time that her grandmother was Erzsébet Isépy, daughter of János Isépy (son of Sztanch) and wife of Mak Tussay. He died after 1414 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.

Children of Márkus Isépy

Citations

  1. [S154] Gusztáv Wenzel, Arpádkori uj okmánytár.
  2. [S137] Országos Levéltár (Archive).
  3. [S149] Rákóczy - Aspremonth Levéltár (Archive).
  4. [S136] Leleszi Convent Archives (levéltára).

Miklós Szunyogh

b. circa 1336
     Miklós Szunyogh was born circa 1336 in Hungary. In 1350 Miklós Szunyogh lived either in Szunyog, Pest or in Kápolna, Pozsony.1

Child of Miklós Szunyogh

Citations

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

Benedek Isépy

b. circa 1340, d. circa 1370
     Benedek Isépy was born circa 1340 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Péter Isépy.
It is true Péter Isépy had no male descendants in his old age; but we are informed through a note dated 1362 that Péter Isépy's son, Benedek, engaged himself as a personal representative of László Putnokys' son, Mihály, at the Chapter of Eger. If Benedek was truly the son of Péter, he must have passed away, because we hear no more about him, and thus his dying early opened the door for an unusual bequest by his father to his cousins.1 Benedek Isépy died circa 1370 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.

Citations

  1. [S152] György Fejér, György Fejér : Codex diplomaticus.

Domokos Cseley III

b. circa 1340, d. circa 1420
     Domokos Cseley III was born circa 1340 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Domokos Cseley II and (?) Tussay. Circa 1375 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Domokos Cseley III married (?) Unknown.1 Circa 1385 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Domokos Cseley III married (?) Unknown.1 Domokos Cseley III died circa 1420 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.

Children of Domokos Cseley III and (?) Unknown

Children of Domokos Cseley III and (?) Unknown

Citations

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

Antal Cseley

b. circa 1340
     Antal Cseley was born circa 1340 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Domokos Cseley II and (?) Tussay.

András Szbugyay

b. circa 1340
     András Szbugyay was born circa 1340 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Circa 1365 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, András Szbugyay married Klára Cseley, daughter of Domokos Cseley II and (?) Tussay.1

Citations

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

László Abaházy

b. circa 1340
     László Abaházy was born circa 1340 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Circa 1365 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, László Abaházy married Katalin Cseley, daughter of Domokos Cseley II and (?) Tussay.1

Citations

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

Pongrácz Péchy

b. circa 1340
     Pongrácz Péchy was born circa 1340. He was the son of Mihály Péchy.

Child of Pongrácz Péchy

Klára Cseley

b. circa 1345
     Klára Cseley was born circa 1345 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Domokos Cseley II and (?) Tussay. Circa 1365 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Klára Cseley married András Szbugyay.1 Her married name was Klára Szbugyay (Cseley).

Citations

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

Katalin Cseley

b. circa 1345
     Katalin Cseley was born circa 1345 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Domokos Cseley II and (?) Tussay. Circa 1365 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Katalin Cseley married László Abaházy.1 Her married name was Katalin Abaházy (Cseley).

Citations

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

Péter Cseley II

b. circa 1345
     Péter Cseley II was born circa 1345 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of András Cseley.

Jakab Cseley

b. circa 1345
     Jakab Cseley was born circa 1345 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of András Cseley.

Ábrahám Cseley

b. circa 1345
     Ábrahám Cseley was born circa 1345 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of András Cseley.

Laszló Kérészy

b. circa 1350, d. before 1414
     Laszló Kérészy was born circa 1350. Circa 1380 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Laszló Kérészy married Erzsébet Tussay, daughter of Márton Tussay. Laszló Kérészy died before 1414 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.

Child of Laszló Kérészy and Erzsébet Tussay