Anna Katherina (?)

b. circa 1720
     Anna was born circa 1720. Circa 1740 Baranya, Hungary, Anna Katherina (?) married Frederick Maul. Her married name was Anna Katherina Maul (--).

Children of Anna Katherina (?) and Frederick Maul

Jozsef Riebsam

b. circa 1720
     Jozsef was born circa 1720. On Tuesday, 16 June 1744 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Jozsef Riebsam married Magdalena Schwartz.1 In 1753 Baranya, Hungary, Jozsef Riebsam married Anna Maria (?).

Children of Jozsef Riebsam and Magdalena Schwartz

Children of Jozsef Riebsam and Anna Maria (?)

Citations

  1. [S34] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Weddings.

András Daxner

b. circa 1720
     András was born circa 1720 in Körtvélyes, Szépes, HungaryG. He was the son of Pál Daxner and Mária Grodkovszky. Circa 1742 in Körtvélyes, Szépes, Hungary, András Daxner married Anna Gombos, daughter of Pál Gombos and Klára Bornemissza. András Daxner and Anna Gombos had 6 children.

Children of András Daxner and Anna Gombos

Erzsébet Gombos

b. circa 1720
     Erzsébet was born circa 1720 in Szentgyörgy, Poszony, HungaryG. She was the daughter of Pál Gombos and Klára Bornemissza. Circa 1750, Erzsébet Gombos married György Bodolay. Her married name was Erzsébet Bodolay (Gombos).

György Bodolay

b. circa 1720
     György was born circa 1720 in Hungary. Circa 1750, György Bodolay married Erzsébet Gombos, daughter of Pál Gombos and Klára Bornemissza.

István Sándor

b. circa 1720
     István was born circa 1720 in Hungary. Circa 1750 Hungary, István Sándor married Zsuzsanna Gombos, daughter of Pál Gombos and Klára Bornemissza.

Anna Palugyay

b. circa 1720
     Anna was born circa 1720 in Hungary. Daughter of Zsigmond Palugyay and Katalin Berzeviczy. Circa 1750 Hungary, Anna Palugyay married Miklós Gombos, son of Pál Gombos and Klára Bornemissza. Her married name was Anna Gombos (Palugyay).

Child of Anna Palugyay and Miklós Gombos

Gertrude (?)

b. circa 1720
     Gertrude was born circa 1720. Circa 1740, Gertrude (?) married János Georg Sommers. Her married name was Gertrude Sommers (--).

Children of Gertrude (?) and János Georg Sommers

János Páli

b. circa 1720, d. after 1769
     János was born circa 1720 in Szabadszállás, Pest-Pilis-Solt-Kis-Kun, HungaryG. He was the son of János Páli. In 1741 Janos married a woman whose name is not listed in the baptism records of her children. They had 9 children between 1742 and 1769. János Páli died after 1769 in Szabadszállás, Pest-Pilis-Solt-Kis-Kun, Hungary.1

Children of János Páli

Citations

  1. [S939] The Genealogical Society of Utah, Hungary, Szabadszállás, Anyakonyvek, 1729-1895.

János Teleki

b. circa 1720
     János was born circa 1720 in Pánd, Pest-Pilis-Solt-Kis-Kun, HungaryG.

Child of János Teleki

István Katona

b. circa 1720
     István was born circa 1720 in Gyor, Gyor, HungaryG. Circa 1755 in Gyor, Gyor, Hungary, István Katona married Elizabeth Örökös.

Children of István Katona and Elizabeth Örökös

George Conrad Pfister

b. circa 1720
     George was born circa 1720 in Hesselbach, Siegen-Wittgenstein, Nordrhein-Westfalen, GermanyG. Circa 1740 in Hesselbach, in Siegen-Wittgenstein, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany, George Conrad Pfister married Anna (?). On Monday, 1 August 1746 Hungary, George Conrad Pfister married Otillia Amert.

Children of George Conrad Pfister and Anna (?)

Children of George Conrad Pfister and Otillia Amert

Otillia Amert

b. circa 1720
     Otillia was born circa 1720. On Monday, 1 August 1746 Hungary, Otillia Amert married George Conrad Pfister. Her married name was Otillia Pfister (Amert).

Children of Otillia Amert and George Conrad Pfister

Anna (?)

b. circa 1720, d. before 1746
     Anna was born circa 1720 in Hesselbach, Siegen-Wittgenstein, Nordrhein-Westfalen, GermanyG. Circa 1740 in Hesselbach, in Siegen-Wittgenstein, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany, Anna (?) married George Conrad Pfister. Her married name was Anna Pfister (--). Anna (?) died before 1746 Hungary.

Children of Anna (?) and George Conrad Pfister

Valentine Neidhardt

b. circa 1720
     Valentine was born circa 1720. On Wednesday, 12 May 1745 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Valentine Neidhardt married Agnes (?). Agnes is the widow of Thies.1

Citations

  1. [S34] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Weddings.

Agnes (?)

b. circa 1720
     Agnes was born circa 1720. On Wednesday, 12 May 1745 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Agnes (?) married Valentine Neidhardt. Agnes is the widow of Thies.1 Her married name was Agnes Neidhardt (--).

Citations

  1. [S34] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Weddings.

Joannes Heil

b. circa 1720, d. after 1766
     Joannes was born circa 1720. On Sunday, 19 May 1743 in Nagynyárád, Baranya, Hungary, Joannes Heil married Ursula Spahn, daughter of Kilian Spahn and Margaretha (?).1 On Tuesday, 21 May 1765 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Joannes Heil married Kunigunda Schmidt.1 Joannes Heil died after 1766 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.

Child of Joannes Heil and Ursula Spahn

Citations

  1. [S691] Stefan Stader, Sammelwerk donauschwabischer Kolonisten.

Katherina (?)

b. circa 1720, d. before 1767
     Katherina was born circa 1720. She died before 1767 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.

Elizabeth Gyor

b. circa 1720, d. before 1786
     Elizabeth was born circa 1720 in Hosszúhetény, Baranya, HungaryG. On Sunday, 31 January 1740 in Hosszúhetény, Baranya, Hungary, Elizabeth Gyor married Martin Borocz.1 Elizabeth Gyor died before 1786 in Hosszúhetény, Baranya, Hungary.

Child of Elizabeth Gyor and Martin Borocz

Citations

  1. [S727] Magyar Orszagos Leveltar, Hungary Catholic Church Records, 1636-1895.

George Borocz

b. circa 1720
     George was born circa 1720 in Hosszúhetény, Baranya, HungaryG. On Sunday, 12 January 1744 in Hosszúhetény, Baranya, Hungary, George Borocz married Catherine Bosz.1

Children of George Borocz and Catherine Bosz

Citations

  1. [S727] Magyar Orszagos Leveltar, Hungary Catholic Church Records, 1636-1895.

Margaretha (?)

b. 1720, d. 16 May 1789
     Margaretha was born in 1720 . Circa 1744, Margaretha (?) married Michael Szieberth, son of Michael Seibert. Her married name was Margaretha Szieberth (--). On 4 February 1753 Michael and Margaret are godparents to Michael Bacchus in Németboly, Baranya, HungaryG.1
Michael and his mother Margaretha are godparents to Michael Bacchus.1 Margaretha (?) and Michael Szieberth had 7 children. When her husband Michael died in 1763 four of her children were under the age of 10. Margaretha (?) was listed as Péter Habich's mother-in-law on the Census of 1767.2 In 1768 she resided in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, No 1 P Street, Nemetboly - Margaret Subertin, age 50 is living at #1 P Nro with her children Joannes, age 11, George, age 4 and Catharina age 9. They are living with her married daughter, Elisabeth, 20 and her husband, Peter Harig, 30. The Harig's have a four month old son, Valentine.. Margaretha (?) appears on the census of 1776 in Németboly; Michaelne Szieberth.3 She appears on the census of 1783 in Németboly.4 She appears on the census of 1789 in Németboly.5 Margaretha died on 16 May 1789 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary. Age 70 at death. Cause of death was apoplexia.6

Children of Margaretha (?) and Michael Szieberth

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.
  2. [S59] Baranya, Hungary; 1767-68 Die deutschen Familien im Komitat Baranya-Branau/Ungarn in den kirchlichen Seelenlisten; Ferdinand Hengl.
  3. [S160] 1776 Feudaliskori osszeirasok, 1776 Baranya wine and grain census;.
  4. [S47] 1783 Feudaliskori osszeirasok, 1783 Baranya wine and grain census.
  5. [S48] 1789 Feudaliskori osszeirasok, 1789 Baranya wine and grain census.
  6. [S35] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Burials.

György Isépy

b. 1720, d. 21 January 1784
     György was born in 1720 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, HungaryG.1 He was the son of János Isépy and Erzsébet Lencsés.
From 1743 on, it was the young György Isépy (who must have finished his studies around this time) who, in place of his father, started taking care of various matters for the family. His father János Isépy, and other relatives such as Ferenc Ormos (who was an in-law of his father) and László Vékey also gave irrevocable power of attorney to the young man.2 György Isépy was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1747 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, HungaryG. Also in 1747, András Bánó of Lucska, had his relative György Isépy of Magyar-Izsép investigated, because the latter together with Ferenc Balogh and Ferenc Kozma had the pigs of András Bánó's wife, Ilona Tahy, herded to an unknown location. Ilona Tahy, the former wife of Ferenc Bánó, was the granddaughter of Mária Isépy.3 György Isépy and the widow László(né) Vékey (the former Borbála Isépy), along with their cousin Ferenc Ormos of Csicser, and Mária Isépy's children; István, Gábor, Julia and Mária Tóth; on April 18, 1752 appeared at the Convent of Lelesz and swore verbally that on June 14, 1745, they sold a property at Ujfehértó, Szabolcs County (made up of a manor house, a lot, and also 5 puszta lots in the neighboring Szegegyhaz) to István Erdõdy, district administrator, and his wife Borbála Turzay for 150 forints. The property in question was located too far away for the Isépys to be able to cultivate or use it properly for any other purpose.2 He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1754 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, HungaryG. In 1754 Ferenc Kozma (husband of Zsófia Isépy, daughter of Mihály II), in the name of the whole Isépy family; warned the residents of the neighboring village of Kozma, who regularly drove their animals to the pastures at Sóskut, that those were the property of the family.338 This protest naturally resulted in resistance on the part of those at Kozma. The prohibition was repeated in 1755 by György Isépy. Zsigmond Bernáth in particular strongly resisted the new order. He was the one who in 1747 felt offended because he was ordered to discontine feeding his swine on mast in the forest at Izsep. Finally, on the night before Christmas 1754, he had the audacity to enter the village of Magyar-Izsép with his men and drive away all the horses of György Isépy. This happened just at the time when György managed to replace his whole livestock. He had lost almost all his animals because of some epidemic.3
In 1756, György Isépy married Juliana Nagy. György Isépy and Juliana Nagy had 3 children between 1757 and 1760. All of the children were born in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, HungaryG. György Isépy was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1761 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, HungaryG. The legal action between the Counts of Aspremonth and the landowners of Magyar-Izsép came to an end on August 2, 1761 at the court of justice of Zemplén County. As a result of the efforts of Sub-Prefect Gábor Zámbéry, the parties came to a successful agreement. In this agreement, János Ganzaugh, legal counsel, in the name of Count Gobert-János Aspremonth-Reckheim and his wife, and (on the other side) János Izdenczy, János, Gábor and Lászlo Fekete, György Isépy, and Zsuzsánna Fekete (married to András Isaák) accept that all those lands and chattels that rightfully belonged to the Rákóczy-Aspremonth inheritors (although currently in strangers' hands), would have to be returned to their rightful owners within a certain period of time. In return, the Aspremonth estate would buy for a suitable price all buildings built by the temporary user, and other non-moveable investments. The agreement even makes arrangements for the transportation of livestock and movable equipment, and also for procedures regarding sowing.4
On Saturday, 6 April 1765 in Kovácsvagas, Abauj-Torna, Hungary, György Isépy married Rozalia Botka. György Isépy and Rozalia Botka had 5 children between 1767 and 1773. All of the children were born in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, HungaryG. In 1775 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, György Isépy married Erzsébet Csuka.1 György Isépy and Erzsébet Csuka had 3 children between 1776 and 1783. All of the children were born in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, HungaryG. György died on 21 January 1784 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Age 65 at death.1,5

Children of György Isépy and Juliana Nagy

Children of György Isépy and Rozalia Botka

Children of György Isépy and Erzsébet Csuka

Citations

  1. [S113] Aladar Isépy, Isépy Family History, (Esther Vitaly, translator).
  2. [S136] Leleszi Convent Archives (levéltára).
  3. [S150] Ferenc Kozma v. Residents of village of Kozma, Ex Actic Archivi I. Comitatus Zempleniensis signatur Loculo Juridict, Zemplen Hungary Archives.
  4. [S149] Rákóczy - Aspremonth Levéltár (Archive).
  5. [S129] Mikrofilmy boli zhotoven The Genealogical Society of Utah, Magyar-Izsep, Cirkevna matrika reformed church records.

Stephan Tóth

b. 1720, d. 14 September 1775
     Stephan was born in 1720 in Baranya, Hungary. On Sunday, 25 January 1750 in Pellérd, Baranya, Hungary, Stephan Tóth married Juliana Dombay.1 Stephan Tóth and Juliana Dombay had 5 children. Stephan Tóth died on 14 September 1775 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary. He is not alive at the time of his daughter's marriage.2

Children of Stephan Tóth and Juliana Dombay

Citations

  1. [S750] Pellérd Hungary Romai Katolikus Egyhaz Pecs Hungary, Pellérd Hungary Romai Katolikus Egyhaz birth, marriage death records.
  2. [S32] Belvarosi Romai Katolikus Egyhaz Pecs Hungary, Pecs Belvarosi Romai Katolikus Egyhaz birth, marriage death records.

Sebastian Beck

b. 1720
     Sebastian was born in 1720 in Germany. Circa 1748, Sebastian Beck married Margaretha (?). In 1767 the Census listed Sebastian Beck as the head of a family in Németboly.1

Children of Sebastian Beck and Margaretha (?)

Citations

  1. [S59] Baranya, Hungary; 1767-68 Die deutschen Familien im Komitat Baranya-Branau/Ungarn in den kirchlichen Seelenlisten; Ferdinand Hengl.

Justina (?)

b. 1720, d. 7 May 1766
     Justina was born in 1720. Her married name was Justina Rothweller (--). Circa 1740, Justina (?) married Mathias Rothweller, son of Margaretha (?). Justina (?) died on 7 May 1766 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1

Children of Justina (?) and Mathias Rothweller

Citations

  1. [S35] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Burials.

Éva (?)

b. 1720, d. 10 March 1758
     Éva was born in 1720. Her married name was Éva Eberhart (--). Circa 1738, Éva (?) married Johan Georg Eberhart, son of Johan Eberhart and Éva (?). On 30 August 1753 John and his mother Eva are godparents to John Georg Schneider in Németboly, Baranya, HungaryG.1 Éva (?) died on 10 March 1758 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.2

Children of Éva (?) and Johan Georg Eberhart

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.
  2. [S691] Stefan Stader, Sammelwerk donauschwabischer Kolonisten.

Margaretha (?)

b. 1720, d. 8 November 1763
     Margaretha was born in 1720. Circa 1750, Margaretha (?) married Johan Adam Schubert. Her married name was Margaretha Schubert (--). Margaretha (?) died on 8 November 1763 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1

Citations

  1. [S35] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Burials.

László Szunyogh

b. 12 June 1720, d. 29 October 1759
     László was born on 12 June 1720 in Szabolcs, HungaryG.1 He was the son of István Szunyogh and Erzsébet Sztokja. László Szunyogh died on 29 October 1759 Szabolcs, Hungary at age 39.1

Citations

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

János Podhoranÿ

b. 12 June 1720
     János was born on 12 June 1720 in Liptószentmiklós, Sáros, HungaryG. He was the son of Stephen Podhoranÿ and Catherina Nemessanyi.

János Roskoványi

b. 30 June 1720
     He was baptized on 30 June 1720 in Roškoviany, Sáros, Hungary.1 János Roskoványi was the son of Mathias Roskoványi and Maria Nemessanyi. Circa 1745 in Roškoviany, Sáros, Hungary, János Roskoványi married Catherina Podhoranÿ, daughter of Stephen Podhoranÿ and Catherina Nemessanyi.1

Children of János Roskoványi and Catherina Podhoranÿ

Citations

  1. [S926] Sabinov, Slovakia Romai Katolikus Egyhaz Roškoviany, Roškoviany, Sabinov, Slovakia Romai Katolikus Egyhaz birth, marriage death records.