Lorinc Herencsény

b. circa 1350
     Lorinc Herencsény was born circa 1350 in Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Demeter Herencsény. He is mentioned in a document in 1387.1

Child of Lorinc Herencsény

Citations

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

Ambrus Pólyi

b. circa 1350, d. before 1434
     Ambrus Pólyi was born circa 1350 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Circa 1415 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Ambrus Pólyi married Erzsébet Tussay, daughter of Márton Tussay.1 Ambrus Pólyi died before 1434 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.

Citations

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

Máte (?)

b. circa 1350
     Máte (?) was born circa 1350. He was the son of Chana (?)

Children of Máte (?)

Pál Roskovics

b. circa 1350
     Pál Roskovics was born circa 1350 in Roškoviany, Sáros, Hungary. He was the son of András (?)

Erzsébet Tussay

b. circa 1360
     Erzsébet Tussay was born circa 1360 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Márton Tussay. Circa 1380 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Erzsébet Tussay married Laszló Kérészy. Her married name was Erzsébet Kérészy (Tussay). 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. Circa 1415 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Erzsébet Tussay married Ambrus Pólyi.1 Her married name was Erzsébet Pólyi (Tussay).
The descendants of Sztanch Isépy's granddaughter Erzsébet Isépy (wife of Mak Tussay), namely, Erzsébet Tussay, the widow of Ambrus Pólyi, widowed Mihályné Hamvay, Orsolya Cseley, Krisztina Cseley (Jánosné Csizy) and Katalin Cseley (Miklósné Mérai Pothõ), (whom we mentioned in 1414) at the Chapter of Eger sold their inheritance in the villages of Cseley, Beretõ, Karós, Berecski, Arács, Sink, Kis-Mihály, Sóskut, Merk, Keék, and Bogát for 500 gold forints to János Perényi. This caused complications and litigation later on.1

Child of Erzsébet Tussay and Laszló Kérészy

Citations

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

(?) Unknown

b. circa 1360
     (?) Unknown was born circa 1360 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Circa 1375 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, (?) Unknown married Domokos Cseley III, son of Domokos Cseley II and (?) Tussay.1

Children of (?) Unknown and Domokos Cseley III

Citations

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

(?) Unknown

b. circa 1365
     (?) Unknown was born circa 1365 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Circa 1385 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, (?) Unknown married Domokos Cseley III, son of Domokos Cseley II and (?) Tussay.1

Children of (?) Unknown and Domokos Cseley III

Citations

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

Bogislav Skop

b. circa 1365
     Bogislav Skop was born circa 1365 in Wroclaw, Poland. He was the son of Jan Skop. Circa 1390 came to Hungary at the court of King Sigismund to serve as a cavalry captain. He manages to extricate King Louis from captivity at Siklos Castle near the town of Pécs, for which is generously rewarded. For his loyalty and courage Sigismund gives him the castle at Bellohrad in the Prague region (probably today at Spa Beohrad Hradec Kralove). Bogislav becomes commander of Prague Castle and the king grants him the title "titulo magnatis", in memory of which there is still at the Prague Castle a marble plaque with the coat of arms of Bogislav Skopa.

Child of Bogislav Skop

Mátyás Isépy

b. circa 1370, d. 1436
     Mátyás Isépy was born circa 1370 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Márkus Isépy. Circa 1391 in Pólyi, Abauj-Torna, Hungary, Mátyás Isépy married Orsolya Chyrke. Mátyás Isépy was an heir in the will of Márkus Isépy 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."1
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. Mátyás Isépy 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.2 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.1 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 was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1418 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1418, it was Mátyus II Isépy and his son, András, as well as the Cseleys, who dragged János and Péter Lasztóczy, András Leszteméry and the five Chapy brothers / sisters into court, because in their opinion the latter carried away from Mérk, crops that were not due to them, at which occasion they even threatened to murder János and Achilles Cseley.2
In 1418, János Cseley and Mátyus II Isépy, together with their men, attacked - with arms - men working on the Halám farmstead of Péter Lasztóczy. They beat them up thoroughly and carried them off; and as Péter Lasztóczy hurried out to help; he, too, was assaulted in the woods at Halám. They even cut off his right hand and, as badly wounded as he was, they carried him off, too. That last violent act on their part brought serious consequences, as Mátyus II was brought to trial and was condemned to lose his head and all his cattle. It is not only he who was in serious danger but this also caused fatal disadvantages for his family, because it resulted in the confiscation of Izsép, Beretõ, Kis-Mihály, Sink, Arács, Berecki, Karós and Keék. The fiscus [bailiff] put his hands on these lands in 1419. Mátyus only escaped his punishment because - according to a record originating in 1422 - King Zsigmond fully pardoned him in consideration of his outstanding merits while he was in the king's escort in the Czech Country. Unfortunately we have to accept the mere mention of Mátyus' actions in the Czech Country, because the note referring to it does not give any further details.2 He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action circa 1420 in Karós, Zemplén, Hungary. During his residence at Karós, Mátyus clashed with his neighbors, Ferenc Zerdahelyi and István Upory. He started an investigation against them because they forcefully took and drove away pigs that were brought to Karós by his serfs to eat fallen nuts in the forest; they even wounded Mátyus Isépy with their arrows.2 He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1424 in Kismihály, Zemplén, Hungary. During the year 1424, Mátyus Isépy and his son András, Jakab Cseley and his son András, as well as, János and Achillesz Cseley complain together of György and Tamás Doby, because the latter had their serfs remove border markings on Cseley-Isépy properties at Kis-Mihály. They also cut down fruit trees and took over forcefully a substantial part of the Cseley-Isépy land.2,3 He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1429 in Berettõ, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1429, Mátyus II and his son András came into conflict with the Buthkays when - in agreement with János and András Cseley - they wished to reestablish the faded and therefore shifted borderlines of Beretõ on the side of Falkus and Butke, that is, on the neighboring properties of the Butkays. This conflict, however, was settled by mutual agreement. A newer assault by the Zerdahelyis was much more unpleasant; as they had their serfs destroy the forests at Karos to the point that an investigation was started against them. It appears that Mátyus II needed money around 1429, because he pawned part of Karos to András Azáry for 100 gold forints.2 He died in 1436 in Karós, Zemplén, Hungary. In the same year, that is in 1436, Gyapoly Morvai's son Benedek, together with his sons: László, Szilveszter and István, protested against Mátyus Isépy (who unfortunately died early that year) and his son András for repossessing plough-lands lying between Luskóc and Alsink for Margit Zeretvay, widow of Imre Leszteméry.1

Children of Mátyás Isépy and Orsolya Chyrke

Citations

  1. [S137] Országos Levéltár (Archive).
  2. [S136] Leleszi Convent Archives (levéltára).
  3. [S60] Sebastian Isepy v. Ferenc Dobo, Ex Actic Archivi I. Comitatus Zempleniensis signatur Loculo Juridict, 48, Zemplen Hungary Archives.

Orsolya Chyrke

b. circa 1370
     Orsolya Chyrke was born circa 1370 in Pólyi, Abauj-Torna, Hungary of the Syxtus branch of the Aba clan.1 Circa 1391 in Pólyi, Abauj-Torna, Hungary, Orsolya Chyrke married Mátyás Isépy, son of Márkus Isépy. Her married name was Orsolya Isépy (Chyrke).

Children of Orsolya Chyrke and Mátyás Isépy

Citations

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

Lambert Császlóczy

b. circa 1370
     Lambert Császlóczy was born circa 1370. Circa 1400 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Lambert Császlóczy married Anna Isépy, daughter of Márkus Isépy.1

Citations

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

Miklós Zádorházy

b. circa 1370
     Miklós Zádorházy was born circa 1370. Between 1431 and 1440 several official documents mention members of the Zádorházy family as landowners of Beretõ, Berck, Iszép, Karós and Füzessér.1

Children of Miklós Zádorházy

Citations

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

András Péchy

b. circa 1370
     András Péchy was born circa 1370. He was the son of Pongrácz Péchy.

Child of András Péchy

Péter Saághy

b. circa 1375
     Péter Saághy was born circa 1375. Circa 1411 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Péter Saághy married Anna Isépy, daughter of Márkus Isépy.1

Citations

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

Anna Isépy

b. circa 1375, d. after 1419
     Anna Isépy was born circa 1375 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Márkus Isépy. Circa 1400 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Anna Isépy married Lambert Császlóczy.1 Her married name was Anna Császlóczy (Isépy). Anna Isépy was an heir in the will of Márkus Isépy 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 Circa 1411 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Anna Isépy married Péter Saághy.1 Her married name was Anna Saághy (Isépy). "Anna, who was first married to Lambert Császlóczy, then to Péter Saághy, made a statement - in 1419 - at the convent of Jászó, in favor of Mihály's son Péter, in which she acknowledges that after the death of her husband she had her dowry and all her other marriage emoluments returned to her."2 Anna Isépy died after 1419 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.

Citations

  1. [S113] Aladar Isépy, Isépy Family History, (Esther Vitaly, translator).
  2. [S137] Országos Levéltár (Archive).

Ladislaus Görgey

b. circa 1375
     Ladislaus Görgey was born circa 1375. He was the son of Elias Görgey.1 He is mentioned in a document in 1400.1

Child of Ladislaus Görgey

Citations

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

Jakab Orosz

b. circa 1380
     Jakab Orosz was born circa 1380 in Csertész, Zemplén, Hungary. Circa 1410 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Jakab Orosz married Julia Isépy, daughter of Mátyás Isépy and Orsolya Chyrke.

Achilles Cseley

b. circa 1380
     Achilles Cseley was born circa 1380 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Domokos Cseley III and (?) Unknown.

János Csizy

b. circa 1380
     János Csizy was born circa 1380 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Circa 1410 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, János Csizy married Krisztína Cseley, daughter of Domokos Cseley III and (?) Unknown.1

Citations

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

Miklós Mérai Pothö

b. circa 1380
     Miklós Mérai Pothö was born circa 1380 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Circa 1410 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Miklós Mérai Pothö married Katalin Cseley, daughter of Domokos Cseley III and (?) Unknown.1

Citations

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

István Cseley

b. circa 1382
     István Cseley was born circa 1382 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Domokos Cseley III and (?) Unknown.

Pongrác Cseley III

b. circa 1384
     Pongrác Cseley III was born circa 1384 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Domokos Cseley III and (?) Unknown.

Erzsébet Cseley

b. circa 1387
     Erzsébet Cseley was born circa 1387 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Domokos Cseley III and (?) Unknown.

Katalin Kérészy

b. circa 1390
     Katalin Kérészy was born circa 1390 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Laszló Kérészy and Erzsébet Tussay.

Márta Cseley

b. circa 1390
     Márta Cseley was born circa 1390 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Domokos Cseley III and (?) Unknown.

Demeter Szunyogh

b. circa 1390
     Demeter Szunyogh was born circa 1390. He was the son of Miklós Szunyogh. Circa 1412 for his support of Sigismund, King of Hungary, he was awarded land at Szunyogh. He is also mentioned in documents from 1415 and 1425.1 Demeter Szunyogh died in Szúnyog, Pest, Hungary.

Child of Demeter Szunyogh

Citations

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

András Isépy

b. circa 1392, d. after 1445
     András Isépy was born circa 1392 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Mátyás Isépy and Orsolya Chyrke. András Isépy is mentioned in the lawsuit of Márkus Isépy and Mátyás Isépy 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.1 András Isépy was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1418 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1418, it was Mátyus II Isépy and his son, András, as well as the Cseleys, who dragged János and Péter Lasztóczy, András Leszteméry and the five Chapy brothers / sisters into court, because in their opinion the latter carried away from Mérk, crops that were not due to them, at which occasion they even threatened to murder János and Achilles Cseley.2 He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1424 in Kismihály, Zemplén, Hungary. During the year 1424, Mátyus Isépy and his son András, Jakab Cseley and his son András, as well as, János and Achillesz Cseley complain together of György and Tamás Doby, because the latter had their serfs remove border markings on Cseley-Isépy properties at Kis-Mihály. They also cut down fruit trees and took over forcefully a substantial part of the Cseley-Isépy land.2,3 He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1429 in Berettõ, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1429, Mátyus II and his son András came into conflict with the Buthkays when - in agreement with János and András Cseley - they wished to reestablish the faded and therefore shifted borderlines of Beretõ on the side of Falkus and Butke, that is, on the neighboring properties of the Butkays. This conflict, however, was settled by mutual agreement. A newer assault by the Zerdahelyis was much more unpleasant; as they had their serfs destroy the forests at Karos to the point that an investigation was started against them. It appears that Mátyus II needed money around 1429, because he pawned part of Karos to András Azáry for 100 gold forints.2
Andras Isépy, being a more thoughtful and level-headed individual than his ancestors, had the good intention to live in peace instead of constantly bickering with relatives and neighbors. Therefore in 1433 he made an agreement with András Cseley, and János and Ambrus Chyrke of Pólya at the convent of Lelesz that if any conflicts arose between them in the future, they will take the matter to a mutually selected judge. András suggested this as an example to other kinsmen to follow, calling the Zerdahelyis, as well, to join them. He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1436 in Karós, Zemplén, Hungary. In the same year, that is in 1436, Gyapoly Morvai's son Benedek, together with his sons: László, Szilveszter and István, protested against Mátyus Isépy (who unfortunately died early that year) and his son András for repossessing plough-lands lying between Luskóc and Alsink for Margit Zeretvay, widow of Imre Leszteméry.1 Circa 1440 in Karós, Zemplén, Hungary, András Isépy married an unknown person . Circa 1444 in Karós, Zemplén, Hungary, András Isépy married Katalin Zádorházy, daughter of Imre Zádorházy. András Isépy died after 1445 in Karós, Zemplén, Hungary.

Child of András Isépy

Child of András Isépy and Katalin Zádorházy

Citations

  1. [S137] Országos Levéltár (Archive).
  2. [S136] Leleszi Convent Archives (levéltára).
  3. [S60] Sebastian Isepy v. Ferenc Dobo, Ex Actic Archivi I. Comitatus Zempleniensis signatur Loculo Juridict, 48, Zemplen Hungary Archives.

Krisztína Cseley

b. circa 1392
     Krisztína Cseley was born circa 1392 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Domokos Cseley III and (?) Unknown. Circa 1410 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Krisztína Cseley married János Csizy.1 Her married name was Krisztína Csizy (Cseley).
The descendants of Sztanch Isépy's granddaughter Erzsébet Isépy (wife of Mak Tussay), namely, Erzsébet Tussay, the widow of Ambrus Pólyi, widowed Mihályné Hamvay, Orsolya Cseley, Krisztina Cseley (Jánosné Csizy) and Katalin Cseley (Miklósné Mérai Pothõ), (whom we mentioned in 1414) at the Chapter of Eger sold their inheritance in the villages of Cseley, Beretõ, Karós, Berecski, Arács, Sink, Kis-Mihály, Sóskut, Merk, Keék, and Bogát for 500 gold forints to János Perényi. This caused complications and litigation later on.1

Citations

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

Katalin Cseley

b. circa 1392
     Katalin Cseley was born circa 1392 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Domokos Cseley III and (?) Unknown. Circa 1410 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Katalin Cseley married Miklós Mérai Pothö.1 Her married name was Katalin Mérai Pothö (Cseley). The descendants of Sztanch Isépy's granddaughter Erzsébet Isépy (wife of Mak Tussay), namely, Erzsébet Tussay, the widow of Ambrus Pólyi, widowed Mihályné Hamvay, Orsolya Cseley, Krisztina Cseley (Jánosné Csizy) and Katalin Cseley (Miklósné Mérai Pothõ), (whom we mentioned in 1414) at the Chapter of Eger sold their inheritance in the villages of Cseley, Beretõ, Karós, Berecski, Arács, Sink, Kis-Mihály, Sóskut, Merk, Keék, and Bogát for 500 gold forints to János Perényi. This caused complications and litigation later on.1

Citations

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

Julia Isépy

b. circa 1394
     Julia Isépy was born circa 1394 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Mátyás Isépy and Orsolya Chyrke. Circa 1410 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Julia Isépy married Jakab Orosz. Her married name was Julia Orosz (Isépy).