Albert Göenczler

b. circa 1510
     Albert Göenczler was born circa 1510. Circa 1550 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Albert Göenczler married Fruzsina Isépy, daughter of György Isépy.

Menyhert Persey

b. circa 1510
     Menyhert Persey was also known as Menyhért Pethey. He was born circa 1510. Circa 1540 in Kis-Pethe, Zemplén, Hungary, Menyhert Persey married Zsófia Kisfaludy.

Children of Menyhert Persey and Zsófia Kisfaludy

Demeter Szunyogh

b. circa 1510, d. after 1585
     Demeter Szunyogh was born circa 1510 in Szúnyog, Pest, Hungary. He was the son of Mihály Szunyogh and Katalin Császár. Between 1530 and 1560 the family relocated from Szunyogh to Szabolcs.1 Circa 1550 in Kápolna, Pozsony, Hungary, Demeter Szunyogh married Katalin Szóke, daughter of Péter Szóke.1 He is mentioned in a document in 1585.1 Demeter Szunyogh died after 1585 Szabolcs, Hungary.

Child of Demeter Szunyogh and Katalin Szóke

Citations

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

Unknown Rákóczy

b. circa 1510
     Unknown Rákóczy was born circa 1510. Circa 1525, Unknown Rákóczy married Ladislaus Görgey, son of Nicolaus Görgey.1

Child of Unknown Rákóczy and Ladislaus Görgey

Citations

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

Melichar Dráveczky

b. circa 1510
     Regarding the grandsons of Stanislav Tluk, one named Zigmund, stays with his family in Silesia while the other, whose name is Melchior, shows up in the Hungarian Kingdom. Next we know is that he is being rewarded for his services with four villages in Spis (Szepes in Hungarian) County. This area of the former Hungary now belongs to Slovakia and Poland. He chooses to make his residence in a village called Dravecz (that is today named Dravce in Slovak). He hereby becomes known as "Melchior of Dravecz" or Melichar Draveczky in Slovak. Melichar Dráveczky was born circa 1510 in Tošanovice, Moravia, Czech Republic. He was the son of Jan Tluk. Circa 1542 in Tošanovice, Moravia, Czech Republic, Melichar Dráveczky married Fruzina Vilceková. In 1543 Melichar is granted the town of Dravecz by King Sigismund for his service in the German auxillary brigades in the battle of Mohac. Melichar Dráveczky and Fruzina Vilceková had 6 children.

Child of Melichar Dráveczky and Fruzina Vilceková

Zsigmond Péchy

b. circa 1510
     Zsigmond Péchy was born circa 1510 in Nagymihály, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Benedek Péchy.

Child of Zsigmond Péchy

Ambrus Kasuhy

b. circa 1515
     Ambrus Kasuhy was born circa 1515. Circa 1545 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Ambrus Kasuhy married Orsolya Isépy, daughter of György Isépy.

Fruzsina Isépy

b. circa 1518
     Fruzsina Isépy was born circa 1518 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of György Isépy. Circa 1550 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Fruzsina Isépy married Albert Göenczler. Her married name was Fruzsina Göenczler (Isépy). Sebestyen Isépy and András Isépy and she were granted a deed in 1590 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1590, Sebestyén and András Isépy satisfied their older sister, Fruzsina, wife of Albert Göenczler, by giving her the inheritance that was due to her.

Péter Fekete

b. 1518
     Péter Fekete was born in 1518 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Circa 1540 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Péter Fekete married Dóra Tarjány.1 Péter Fekete recorded a deed in 1582. They made an agreement at the Convent of Lelesz, on the day of eve of the Apostle St. Jacob. “István Mathisy, elected bishop of Csanád, imperial counselor, prepost [praspositus, or praespositus] of the Convent of Lelesz, informs all those whom it may concern that on the one part "Sebastianus Isepy de Eadem Isep", and on the other part "Petrus Fekete in dicta Isep", appeared in person before him; at that time Sebestyén Isépy (in his own name, as well as his children's: András and Márkus, and also in the name of Anna, wife of Sándor Lasztóczi, and Zsófia, in addition the two children of his brother now deceased, i.e. György and Eufrosina) declares and acknowledges that he sold two units of land to Péter Fekete”. However, when prince Miklós Báthory, state judge, ordered the installation of Péter Fekete into the country-house at Csemegrész; András Isépy, son of Sebestyén, and György (who was the son of the sister of the earlier deceased Ferenc) objected. By then Sebestyén himself regretted this buy and sell deal, and tried to delay handing over the units of land; as it appears Péter Fekete had not yet paid the whole price. A quarrel arose from this, and it soon became so bitter that Péter Fekete turned to the Convent of Lelesz for help. He brought another complaint against Sebestyén Isépy because the latter intruded by force into Péter Fekete's house where he committed various violent acts. Despite this, the conflict was successfully settled, and Péter Fekete gave as security his own house at Izsép until he fully paid the purchase price.1 He was a plaintiff in the lawsuit of Péter Fekete and Sebestyen Isépy in 1585 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1585 Péter Fekete had Sebestyén Isépy summoned to court because he was holding plough-lands by force at Izsép and Csörveg. This process was being dragged out in the courts as late as 1588. During which time Péter Fekete also had Ferenc Isépy's son György and his daughter Fruzsina, as well as their guardian and stepfather, summoned to court.2
The "iványi" or "nagyiványi" Fekete, alias Nagy family, whose branch used the forename "Izsépi" for a while, was one of those families who were forced out of their lands at Transdanubia by the Turks. They moved to Upper Hungary; and there tried to establish their homes. It appears that this family succeeded in saving a significant part of their moveable property and they were able to raise money, as well, so that soon after they arrived in Zemplén County they were able to buy new lands. Péter Fekete ended up at Magyar-Izsép, while the remainder of his family expanded in Sáros County. By intermarrying with the ancient families of the county, they managed to carve out a respectable position for themselves. Arriving at Izsép, Péter Fekete bought a country-house at Csemegrész and two units of land (held in villeinage) from Sebestyén Isépy who happened to be in urgent need of money just then.1

Children of Péter Fekete and Dóra Tarjány

Citations

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

Miklós Horváth

b. circa 1520
     Miklós Horváth was born circa 1520. He was the son of András Horváth and Katalin (?) Circa 1545 Hungary, Miklós Horváth married Katalin Abrahamovszky, daughter of Peter Leokefalvi.

Child of Miklós Horváth and Katalin Abrahamovszky

Ambrus Isépy II

b. circa 1520, d. after 1580
     Ambrus Isépy II was born circa 1520 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Ambrus Isépy.
He was a Pauline friar and Vicar of the friars of the Pálos Order at Patakújhely (literally "the new place at Patak). A 1580 record indicates Ambrus Isépy (Vicar of the friars of the Pálos Order at Patak-Ujhely) was trusted by his supervisor, Prior István, and his friar colleagues; with an assignment in the interest of the monastery.1 Ambrus Isépy II died after 1580 in Patakújhely, Nógrád, Hungary.

Citations

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

Dóra Tarjány

b. circa 1520
     Dóra Tarjány was born circa 1520 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Circa 1540 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Dóra Tarjány married Péter Fekete.1 Her married name was Dóra Fekete (Tarjány).

Children of Dóra Tarjány and Péter Fekete

Citations

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

Fruzina Vilceková

b. circa 1520
     Fruzina Vilceková was born circa 1520 in Hungary. Circa 1542 in Tošanovice, Moravia, Czech Republic, Fruzina Vilceková married Melichar Dráveczky, son of Jan Tluk. Her married name was Fruzina Dráveczky (Vilceková). Fruzina Vilceková and Melichar Dráveczky had 6 children.

Child of Fruzina Vilceková and Melichar Dráveczky

Kálmán Roskoványi

b. circa 1520
     Kálmán Roskoványi was born circa 1520 in Roškoviany, Sáros, Hungary. He was the son of István Roskoványi.

Child of Kálmán Roskoványi

Mátyás Roskoványi

b. circa 1520
     Mátyás Roskoványi was born circa 1520 in Roškoviany, Sáros, Hungary. He was the son of János Roskoványi.

Child of Mátyás Roskoványi

Katalin Abrahamovszky

b. circa 1525
     Katalin Abrahamovszky was also known as Katalin Leokefalvi. She was born circa 1525 in Hungary. She was the daughter of Peter Leokefalvi. Circa 1545 Hungary, Katalin Abrahamovszky married Miklós Horváth, son of András Horváth and Katalin (?). Her married name was Katalin Horváth (Abrahamovszky).

Child of Katalin Abrahamovszky and Miklós Horváth

Zsófia Kisfaludy

b. circa 1525
     Zsófia Kisfaludy was born circa 1525. Circa 1540 in Kis-Pethe, Zemplén, Hungary, Zsófia Kisfaludy married Menyhert Persey. Her married name was Zsófia Persey (Kisfaludy).

Children of Zsófia Kisfaludy and Menyhert Persey

Orsolya Isépy

b. circa 1529
     Orsolya Isépy was born circa 1529 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of György Isépy. Circa 1545 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Orsolya Isépy married Ambrus Kasuhy. Her married name was Orsolya Kasuhy (Isépy).

Sebestyen Isépy

b. circa 1530, d. 1603 or 1604
     Sebestyen, son of György Isépy, was born in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, circa 1530. Sebestyen Isépy was the son of György Isépy. He married in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, circa 1550. His first wife's name is not known but his childen later are referred to as sons of different mothers. Sebestyen Isépy and György Isépy took out a mortgage on property in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, in 1553. There is a copy of a pawn ticket dated 1553 in which a certain Gergely Tóth, in the presence of five witnesses, pawned two pieces of "rétetskéjét" [small meadow] to György Isépy and his son Sebestyén, and also all their descendants of both genders ("utricesque sexus").1 Sebestyen Isépy was a plaintiff in the lawsuit of András Isépy in 1570 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In the year 1570, the chapter of Lelesz installed András, Ferenc and Sebestyén in the property belonging to Izsép, called "Pap-Rész". This property came to them after the death of their two uncles, László's son László and Miklós' son Márkus. Also in 1570 is a record at the convent at Lelelsz that proves that Ferenc and Sebestyén Isépy did inherit all the properties of Magyar-Isép and Sóskút, as well as the property at Nagy-Szekeres in the County of Szatmár.2 Circa 1575 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Sebestyen Isépy married Zsófia Nyomárkay, daughter of Mihály Nyomárkay and Klára Bajory. Sebestyen Isépy and András Isépy recorded a deed in 1575 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.2. On June 8, 1575, István Radéczy (vice-regent and bishop of Eger) issued in the name of Emperor Miksa II, the Hungarian king, a deed of gift at Eperjes. This document re-deeds the property, made up of 12 units of land (held in villeinage) in the village of Izsép and on Sóskút 'puszta' (that according to the wording of the document, had been the property of their ancestors since ancient times); together with a building and manor house on it and a detailed list of all the chattels, to Sebestyén, Ferenc and András Isépy for their useful and tested loyalty and services. Sebestyen Isépy was a defendant in the lawsuit of Sebestyen Isépy and György Isépy between 1583 and 1591 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Meanwhile Sebestyén Isépy also had conflicts within the family with Ambrus Figendy, stepfather and guardian of the children of the deceased Ferenc Isépy. Ambrus Figendy summoned Sebestyén Isépy to court in 1583. He alleged that Sebestyén occupied by force Ferenc Isépy's son, György's, property, as well as his mill on the shore of Helmecz Creek, his country house, and one of his serfs' houses. In 1591, however, they came to an amicable agreement; and on that occasion Sebestyén Isépy had a new mill built to replace the old mills. Those mills were the property of György Isépy and his mother; and her daughters from a second marriage, one called Zsuzsánna and the other Katalin Figedy.3 Sebestyen Isépy was a defendant in the lawsuit of Sebestyen Isépy and Péter Fekete in 1585 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1585 Péter Fekete had Sebestyén Isépy summoned to court because he was holding plough-lands by force at Izsép and Csörveg. This process was being dragged out in the courts as late as 1588. During which time Péter Fekete also had Ferenc Isépy's son György and his daughter Fruzsina, as well as their guardian and stepfather, summoned to court.2 Sebestyen Isépy was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1586 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. During these uncertain times in the country, Sebestyén Isépy made an agreement in 1586 with Ferenc Rákóczy, Ferenc Binkóczy and Gáspár Varsády. They undertook collateral assurance for each other and they committed themselves to pay blood money if one of them got into trouble.4 He and András Isépy recorded a deed in 1590 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1590, Sebestyén and András Isépy satisfied their older sister, Fruzsina, wife of Albert Göenczler, by giving her the inheritance that was due to her. Sebestyen Isépy died in 1603 or 1604 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He left a will in 1604 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Janos and Markus are mentioned in their father's will of that year. Marcus subsequently leased out some of the family lands to Janos Deak and leased or sold other of the lands as well effectively breaking up the land holdings his father had worked so hard to amass.1

Child of Sebestyen Isépy

Children of Sebestyen Isépy and Zsófia Nyomárkay

Citations

  1. [S138] A letter from Dr. Tihamér Isépy, to Aladar Isépy.
  2. [S136] Leleszi Convent Archives (levéltára).
  3. [S140] Ambrus Figendy v. Sebestyén Isépy, Ex Actic Archivi I. Comitatus Zempleniensis signatur Loculo Juridict, Loc 91. No. 237, Zemplen Hungary Archives.
  4. [S141] Ferenc Binkóczy and Gáspár Varsády Ferenc Rákóczy v. Sebestyén Isépy, Ex Actic Archivi I. Comitatus Zempleniensis signatur Loculo Juridict, Loc 91. No. 237, Zemplen Hungary Archives.

Mihály Nyomárkay

b. circa 1530
     Mihály Nyomárkay was born circa 1530 in Hungary. Circa 1560 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Mihály Nyomárkay married Klára Bajory.

Child of Mihály Nyomárkay and Klára Bajory

János Kázméry

b. circa 1530
     János Kázméry was born circa 1530 in Zemplén, Hungary. Circa 1560 Zemplén, Hungary, János Kázméry married Borbála Herencsény, daughter of Benedek Herencsény.1

Child of János Kázméry and Borbála Herencsény

Citations

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

Borbála Herencsény

b. circa 1530
     Borbála Herencsény was born circa 1530 in Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Benedek Herencsény. Circa 1560 Zemplén, Hungary, Borbála Herencsény married János Kázméry.1 Her married name was Borbála Kázméry (Herencsény).

Child of Borbála Herencsény and János Kázméry

Citations

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

Laurentius Görgey

b. circa 1530
     Laurentius Görgey was born circa 1530. He was the son of Ladislaus Görgey and Unknown Rákóczy. Circa 1555, Laurentius Görgey married Margaretha (?).1 He is mentioned in a document in 1569.1

Child of Laurentius Görgey and Margaretha (?)

Citations

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

Ferenc Isépy

b. circa 1531, d. after 1575
     Ferenc Isépy was born circa 1531 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of György Isépy. Circa 1555 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Ferenc Isépy married Dorottya Pethey, daughter of Menyhert Persey and Zsófia Kisfaludy. Ferenc Isépy was a plaintiff in the lawsuit of András Isépy in 1570 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In the year 1570, the chapter of Lelesz installed András, Ferenc and Sebestyén in the property belonging to Izsép, called "Pap-Rész". This property came to them after the death of their two uncles, László's son László and Miklós' son Márkus. Also in 1570 is a record at the convent at Lelelsz that proves that Ferenc and Sebestyén Isépy did inherit all the properties of Magyar-Isép and Sóskút, as well as the property at Nagy-Szekeres in the County of Szatmár.1 Sebestyen Isépy and András Isépy and he were granted a deed in 1575 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.1. On June 8, 1575, István Radéczy (vice-regent and bishop of Eger) issued in the name of Emperor Miksa II, the Hungarian king, a deed of gift at Eperjes. This document re-deeds the property, made up of 12 units of land (held in villeinage) in the village of Izsép and on Sóskút 'puszta' (that according to the wording of the document, had been the property of their ancestors since ancient times); together with a building and manor house on it and a detailed list of all the chattels, to Sebestyén, Ferenc and András Isépy for their useful and tested loyalty and services. Ferenc Isépy died after 1575 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.

Children of Ferenc Isépy and Dorottya Pethey

Citations

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

András Isépy

b. circa 1532, d. after 1590
     András Isépy was born circa 1532 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of György Isépy. In the year 1570, the chapter of Lelesz installed András, Ferenc and Sebestyén in the property belonging to Izsép, called "Pap-Rész". This property came to them after the death of their two uncles, László's son László and Miklós' son Márkus. Also in 1570 is a record at the convent at Lelelsz that proves that Ferenc and Sebestyén Isépy did inherit all the properties of Magyar-Isép and Sóskút, as well as the property at Nagy-Szekeres in the County of Szatmár.1 András Isépy and Sebestyen Isépy recorded a deed in 1575 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.1. On June 8, 1575, István Radéczy (vice-regent and bishop of Eger) issued in the name of Emperor Miksa II, the Hungarian king, a deed of gift at Eperjes. This document re-deeds the property, made up of 12 units of land (held in villeinage) in the village of Izsép and on Sóskút 'puszta' (that according to the wording of the document, had been the property of their ancestors since ancient times); together with a building and manor house on it and a detailed list of all the chattels, to Sebestyén, Ferenc and András Isépy for their useful and tested loyalty and services. András Isépy and Sebestyen Isépy recorded a deed in 1590 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1590, Sebestyén and András Isépy satisfied their older sister, Fruzsina, wife of Albert Göenczler, by giving her the inheritance that was due to her. András Isépy died after 1590 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.

Citations

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

Katalin Szóke

b. circa 1535
     Katalin Szóke was born circa 1535 in Hungary. She was the daughter of Péter Szóke. Circa 1550 in Kápolna, Pozsony, Hungary, Katalin Szóke married Demeter Szunyogh, son of Mihály Szunyogh and Katalin Császár.1 Her married name was Katalin Szunyogh (Szóke).

Child of Katalin Szóke and Demeter Szunyogh

Citations

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

Dorottya Pethey

b. circa 1540, d. after 1591
     Dorottya Pethey was born circa 1540 in Kis-Pethe, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Menyhert Persey and Zsófia Kisfaludy. Circa 1555 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Dorottya Pethey married Ferenc Isépy, son of György Isépy. Her married name was Dorottya Isépy (Pethey).
The confusion around the names, Pethey and Persey, occurs twice in records dated 1571. This is significant from the point of view of the family chronicle because the name of the wife of Ferenc Isépy sometimes appears as Persey, other times as Pethey. There are two notes in the archives of the convent at Lelesz, one of these says: "Isépy Franciscus at Andreas portionis suas in una Sessionis Lobbagionis deserto in Possessione Isép, Cottuque Zempléniensi exist habitis Nicolao de Pethe vita sua possidenda conferunt". Another states: "Fassio Nobilium Francisci et Andreae de Isep, super quiba dam portionibus possessionariis in Possessione Isep in Cottu Zempleniensi exist habitis, Nobilis Nicolao de Perse facta."     According to the first record, translated into Hungarian, Ferenc and András Isépy gave, out of their own property at Izsép, a unit of prairie land (held in villeinage) to Miklós Pethey for enjoyment in his life. In the other document, the same Ferenc and András Isépy swear at the Convent of Lelesz that they passed several of their units of land (held in villeinage) to Miklós Persey.      If these two records were the only confused ones, we could believe that the archivist made a mistake in putting down one of those names. However, in the years 1575 and 1576 we again find misleading notes regarding these two names.1 Her married name was Dorottya Figendy (Pethey). Dorottya Pethey is mentioned in the lawsuit of Péter Fekete and Sebestyen Isépy in 1585 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary; In 1585 Péter Fekete had Sebestyén Isépy summoned to court because he was holding plough-lands by force at Izsép and Csörveg. This process was being dragged out in the courts as late as 1588. During which time Péter Fekete also had Ferenc Isépy's son György and his daughter Fruzsina, as well as their guardian and stepfather, summoned to court.1 Her married name was Dorottya Varathkay (Pethey). Dorottya Pethey died after 1591 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.

Children of Dorottya Pethey and Ferenc Isépy

Citations

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

Albert Fekete

b. circa 1540
     Albert Fekete was born circa 1540 in Csemegrész, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Péter Fekete and Dóra Tarjány.

István Fekete

b. circa 1540
     István Fekete was born circa 1540 in Csemegrész, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Péter Fekete and Dóra Tarjány. Circa 1560 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, István Fekete married Dóra Tibay.1

Children of István Fekete and Dóra Tibay

Citations

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

Margaretha (?)

b. circa 1540
     Margaretha (?) was born circa 1540. Circa 1555, Margaretha (?) married Laurentius Görgey, son of Ladislaus Görgey and Unknown Rákóczy.1 Her married name was Margaretha Görgey (--).

Child of Margaretha (?) and Laurentius Görgey

Citations

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