Orsolya Cseley

b. circa 1394
     Orsolya Cseley was born circa 1394 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Domokos Cseley III and (?) Unknown. 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).

János Herencsény

b. circa 1395
     János Herencsény was born circa 1395 in Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Lorinc Herencsény.
He lived during the reign of King Zsigmond. He is mentioned in a document in 1414.1

Child of János Herencsény

Citations

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

János Zádorházy

b. circa 1400
     János Zádorházy was born circa 1400. He was the son of Miklós Zádorházy.

Child of János Zádorházy

László Zádorházy

b. circa 1400
     László Zádorházy was born circa 1400 in Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Miklós Zádorházy.

János Bilye

b. circa 1400
     János Bilye was born circa 1400 in Bilye, Osijek-Baranja, Croatia.

Child of János Bilye

Stanislav Tluk

b. circa 1400
     Stanislav Tluk was also known as Stanislav Tluk de Tosanovice. He was born circa 1400 in Wroclaw, Poland. He was the son of Bogislav Skop. Served the Tesin Prince, later becoming captain of Cieszyn (today Ceský Tešín and Cieszyn in the Czech Republic and Poland). Stanislav is reported to have received four villages in Silesia from the Duke and settles down in one of them, named Tosanovice. He takes the family name Tluk which means itinerant. Therefore his name becomes Tluk de Tosanovice.

Child of Stanislav Tluk

Mihály Péchy

b. circa 1400
     Mihály Péchy was born circa 1400. He was the son of András Péchy.

Child of Mihály Péchy

Tamás (?)

b. circa 1400
     Tamás (?) was born circa 1400. He was the son of Máte (?) Tamás (?) is mentioned in land grants in 1465.

Child of Tamás (?)

Miklos (?)

b. circa 1400
     Miklos (?) was born circa 1400 in Sáros, Hungary. He was the son of Máte (?)

Imre Zádorházy

b. circa 1410
     Imre Zádorházy was born circa 1410 in Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Miklós Zádorházy.

Children of Imre Zádorházy

(?) Bessenyey

b. circa 1410
     (?) Bessenyey was born circa 1410.

Children of (?) Bessenyey

Benedict Görgey

b. circa 1410
     Benedict Görgey was born circa 1410. He was the son of Ladislaus Görgey. He is mentioned in a document in 1433.1

Child of Benedict Görgey

Citations

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

István Zádorházy

b. circa 1420
     István Zádorházy was born circa 1420. He was the son of Miklós Zádorházy.

Children of István Zádorházy

Bertelan Szunyogh

b. before 1428
     Bertelan Szunyogh was born before 1428. He is mentioned in a document from 1428.1 He was the son of Demeter Szunyogh. Circa 1450 in Szúnyog, Pest, Hungary, Bertelan Szunyogh married Katalin Bilye, daughter of János Bilye.1

Child of Bertelan Szunyogh and Katalin Bilye

Citations

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

Katalin Zádorházy

b. circa 1430, d. before 1502
     Katalin Zádorházy was born circa 1430. She was the daughter of Imre Zádorházy. Circa 1444 in Karós, Zemplén, Hungary, Katalin Zádorházy married András Isépy, son of Mátyás Isépy and Orsolya Chyrke. Her married name was Katalin Isépy (Zádorházy). Katalin Zádorházy died before 1502 Hungary.

Child of Katalin Zádorházy and András Isépy

János Szbugyay

b. circa 1430, d. before 1502
     János Szbugyay was born circa 1430. Circa 1460 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, János Szbugyay married Krisztina Zádorházy, daughter of Imre Zádorházy. János Szbugyay died before 1502.

Child of János Szbugyay and Krisztina Zádorházy

Dienes Péchy

b. circa 1430
     Dienes Péchy was born circa 1430 in Nagymihály, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Mihály Péchy.

Child of Dienes Péchy

László Zádorházy

b. circa 1435
     László Zádorházy was born circa 1435. He was the son of Imre Zádorházy. László Zádorházy witnessed the marriage settlement of Erzsébet Zádorházy and Péter Füzesséry in 1502 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary; A document dated 1502, records the mother of László Isépy, Katalin Zádorházy who was the daughter of Imre Zádorházy and the wife of András Isépy. The document describes how Squire László Zádorházy in his name, as well as in the name of Gáspár Szbugyay (son of the late János Szbugyay and Krisztina Zádorházy), furthermore László Isépy (son of the late András Isép and Katalin Zádorházy) and Miklós Zádorházy (son of János) release to Péter Füzesséry, Jr. the wedding dowry that was due to Erzsébet Zádorházy, senior, the widow of Péter(né) Füzesséry.1

Citations

  1. [S136] Leleszi Convent Archives (levéltára).

Katalin Bilye

b. circa 1435
     Katalin Bilye was born circa 1435 in Bilye, Osijek-Baranja, Croatia. She was the daughter of János Bilye. Circa 1450 in Szúnyog, Pest, Hungary, Katalin Bilye married Bertelan Szunyogh, son of Demeter Szunyogh.1 Her married name was Katalin Szunyogh (Bilye).

Child of Katalin Bilye and Bertelan Szunyogh

Citations

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

Krisztina Zádorházy

b. circa 1440, d. before 1502
     Krisztina Zádorházy was born circa 1440. She was the daughter of Imre Zádorházy. Circa 1460 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Krisztina Zádorházy married János Szbugyay. Her married name was Krisztina Szbugyay (Zádorházy). Krisztina Zádorházy died before 1502.

Child of Krisztina Zádorházy and János Szbugyay

Péter Füzesséry

b. circa 1440, d. before 1502
     Péter Füzesséry was born circa 1440. Circa 1470, Péter Füzesséry married Erzsébet Zádorházy, daughter of István Zádorházy. Péter Füzesséry died before 1502. A settlement for the marriage Péter Füzesséry and Erzsébet Zádorházy was made in 1502 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary; A document dated 1502, records the mother of László Isépy, Katalin Zádorházy who was the daughter of Imre Zádorházy and the wife of András Isépy. The document describes how Squire László Zádorházy in his name, as well as in the name of Gáspár Szbugyay (son of the late János Szbugyay and Krisztina Zádorházy), furthermore László Isépy (son of the late András Isép and Katalin Zádorházy) and Miklós Zádorházy (son of János) release to Péter Füzesséry, Jr. the wedding dowry that was due to Erzsébet Zádorházy, senior, the widow of Péter(né) Füzesséry.1

Child of Péter Füzesséry and Erzsébet Zádorházy

Citations

  1. [S136] Leleszi Convent Archives (levéltára).

Klára Bessenyey

b. circa 1440
     Klára Bessenyey was born circa 1440. She was the daughter of (?) Bessenyey. Klára Bessenyey is mentioned in the lawsuit of Margit Bessenyey in 1470 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary; In the year 1470 László Isépy's wife, Margit Bessenyey of Deregnyõ, as well as her sisters Klára and Johanna, in collusion with Pál and János Rákóczy; accuse László, János and István Buthkay and several other land-owners of the region of expropriated important documents and other valuable movables from them.1

Citations

  1. [S136] Leleszi Convent Archives (levéltára).

Johanna Bessenyey

b. circa 1440
     Johanna Bessenyey was born circa 1440. She was the daughter of (?) Bessenyey. Johanna Bessenyey is mentioned in the lawsuit of Margit Bessenyey in 1470 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary; In the year 1470 László Isépy's wife, Margit Bessenyey of Deregnyõ, as well as her sisters Klára and Johanna, in collusion with Pál and János Rákóczy; accuse László, János and István Buthkay and several other land-owners of the region of expropriated important documents and other valuable movables from them.1

Citations

  1. [S136] Leleszi Convent Archives (levéltára).

István Herencsény

b. circa 1440
     István Herencsény was born circa 1440 in Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of János Herencsény. He is mentioned in a document in 1460.1

Child of István Herencsény

Citations

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

István de Hangács

b. circa 1440
     István de Hangács was born circa 1440 in Hangács, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Tamás (?)

Children of István de Hangács

Miklós Isépy

b. circa 1442, d. before 1505
     Miklós Isépy was born circa 1442 in Karós, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of András Isépy. Miklós Isépy recorded a deed in 1472 in Karós, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1472, Miklós Isépy sold his part of the land in Karos to Ferenc Zerdahelyi and his successors of both genders for 200 gold forints.1 He was a defendant in the lawsuit of Miklós Isépy and László Isépy in 1475 in Isztáncs, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1475, it was János Csapy who complained of László and Miklós Isépy, because they assaulted his serfs on their neighboring properties at Isztancs to the point that they caused serious injury to two of them.2 Circa 1480 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Miklós Isépy married Agatha (?). Miklós Isépy was a defendant in the lawsuit of Miklós Isépy in 1482 in Berettõ, Zemplén, Hungary. The wife of András Rákóczy (brother of Pál) named Krisztina Polyák of Körtvélyes started an investigation in 1482, because Miklós Isépy was not prepared to return the 50 gold forints borrowed from her and her husband, for the lands at Beretõ; further, he was not prepared to even extend the time limit for the repayment of the loan.2 Circa 1485 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Miklós Isépy married Margit (?). Miklós Isépy was a defendant in the lawsuit of Miklós Isépy and László Isépy in 1490 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Gáspár, the son of Miklós Imprics of Jamnicza, summonsed László Isépy again to court in 1490, because László together with his brother Miklós now repossessed the lands at Karos (after the properties at Beretõ and Magyar-Izsép) from the Imprics'.2
In a document dated 1490, Miklós and László Isépy are mentioned as brothers not born of the same mother (fraters carnales); therefore András Isépy had another wife before Katalin Nádorházy, whose name however we do not know. Miklós Isépy died before 1505 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Then, in 1505, Margit (the widow of Miklós Isépy, by then married to Balázs Herestyéni of Lasztócz), sold for good (at the convent at Lelesz) four units of land [held in villeinage], and five puszta lots from his property at Beretõ to Miklós Butkay for 120 gold forints.2

Children of Miklós Isépy and Agatha (?)

Child of Miklós Isépy and Margit (?)

Citations

  1. [S139] Eserházy Levéltár (Archive).
  2. [S136] Leleszi Convent Archives (levéltára).

László Isépy

b. circa 1445, d. before 1538
     László Isépy was born circa 1445 in Karós, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of András Isépy and Katalin Zádorházy. László Isépy was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1466 in Kis-Ráska, Zemplén, Hungary. A record of 1466 gives an account of a capital event in which a member of the family played a fatal role. The widow of Miklós Ráskay, named Erzsébet made an accusation against András Isépy's son, László who - on János and Pál Upory's instigation - together with Benedek Gávay and Péter Masthay (or Musthay) attacked a noble residence at Kis-ráska and killed its lord, Miklós Ráskay, Erzsébet’s husband.1 He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1469 in Berettõ, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1469 the Buthkays complain of László Isépy at Beretõ and István and Péter Perényi at Terebes together with their serfs allowing their cattle and herds to regularly graze on Buthkays's ploughland and stamp the grass flat on their hayfields.2 Circa 1470 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, László Isépy married Margit Bessenyey, daughter of (?) Bessenyey. László Isépy was a defendant in the lawsuit of László Isépy and Miklós Isépy in 1475 in Isztáncs, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1475, it was János Csapy who complained of László and Miklós Isépy, because they assaulted his serfs on their neighboring properties at Isztancs to the point that they caused serious injury to two of them.2 In 1486, László Isépy gave his daughter Katalin and her husband, János Nagy three units of land out of his own property at Magyar-Izsép, held in villeinage. We know the three husbands of Katalin Isépy on the basis of an old family tree: the first one was called Tamás Káposztás, the second was János Nagy, and the name of the third one was János Varga. On the occasion of this presentation, János Nagy was called Nobilis Ioannos, Nagy de Isep; but in a later document he was "ignobilis", that is, it appears he was "not a nobleman".2 László Isépy was a defendant in the lawsuit of László Isépy and Miklós Isépy in 1490 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Gáspár, the son of Miklós Imprics of Jamnicza, summonsed László Isépy again to court in 1490, because László together with his brother Miklós now repossessed the lands at Karos (after the properties at Beretõ and Magyar-Izsép) from the Imprics'.2
In a document dated 1490, Miklós and László Isépy are mentioned as brothers not born of the same mother (fraters carnales); therefore András Isépy had another wife before Katalin Nádorházy, whose name however we do not know. A document dated 1502, records the mother of László Isépy, Katalin Zádorházy who was the daughter of Imre Zádorházy and the wife of András Isépy. The document describes how Squire László Zádorházy in his name, as well as in the name of Gáspár Szbugyay (son of the late János Szbugyay and Krisztina Zádorházy), furthermore László Isépy (son of the late András Isép and Katalin Zádorházy) and Miklós Zádorházy (son of János) release to Péter Füzesséry, Jr. the wedding dowry that was due to Erzsébet Zádorházy, senior, the widow of Péter(né) Füzesséry.2 László Isépy was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1508 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1508, Laszlo Isepy clashed with the Botth family because he was extending property borders at Kis-Mihály toward Kis-Legenye; during this dispute the Botth family forced him to reestablish the original borders. To cover financial obligations he undertook for his son, György, he sold lands at Karos to Zsigmond Pogány of Cseb and to László Zerdahelyi for 100 gold forints.2 He died before 1538 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. His son, György, is conducting business independently by 1538.1

Children of László Isépy and Margit Bessenyey

Citations

  1. [S137] Országos Levéltár (Archive).
  2. [S136] Leleszi Convent Archives (levéltára).

Nicolaus Görgey

b. circa 1445
     Nicolaus Görgey was born circa 1445. He was the son of Benedict Görgey. He is mentioned in a document in 1466.1

Child of Nicolaus Görgey

Citations

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

Margit Bessenyey

b. circa 1450
      We believe that the family of László Isépy's wife, Margit Bessenyey of Deregnyõ, as a branch of the Deregnyõs, originated from the Ákos clan, and thus was closely related to the Rákóczys through István Rákóczy (whose wife was Anna Bessenyey of Deregnyõ).1 Margit, daughter of (?) Bessenyey, was born in Deregnyö, Zemplén, Hungary, circa 1450. Margit Bessenyey was the daughter of (?) Bessenyey. Circa 1470 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Margit Bessenyey married László Isépy, son of András Isépy and Katalin Zádorházy. Margit Bessenyey was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1470 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In the year 1470 László Isépy's wife, Margit Bessenyey of Deregnyõ, as well as her sisters Klára and Johanna, in collusion with Pál and János Rákóczy; accuse László, János and István Buthkay and several other land-owners of the region of expropriated important documents and other valuable movables from them.2

Children of Margit Bessenyey and László Isépy

Citations

  1. [S113] Aladar Isépy, Isépy Family History, (Esther Vitaly, translator).
  2. [S136] Leleszi Convent Archives (levéltára).

Tamás Káposztás

b. circa 1450, d. 1486
     Tamás Káposztás was born circa 1450. Circa 1485 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Tamás Káposztás married Katalin Isépy, daughter of László Isépy and Margit Bessenyey. Tamás Káposztás died in 1486.