Péter Szemere

b. circa 1570
     Péter Szemere was born circa 1570 in Berettõ, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Tamás Szemere and Eufrozina Szendy. Circa 1590 in Berettõ, Zemplén, Hungary, Péter Szemere married Sára Baxy.1

Child of Péter Szemere and Sára Baxy

Citations

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

Sára Baxy

b. circa 1570
     Sára Baxy was born circa 1570 in Berettõ, Zemplén, Hungary. Circa 1590 in Berettõ, Zemplén, Hungary, Sára Baxy married Péter Szemere, son of Tamás Szemere and Eufrozina Szendy.1 Her married name was Sára Szemere (Baxy).

Child of Sára Baxy and Péter Szemere

Citations

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

Anna Darahy

b. circa 1570
     Anna Darahy was also known as Anna Darvay. She was born circa 1570 in Hungary. Her married name was Anna Dráveczky (Darahy). In 1595 in Drávecz, Szépes, Hungary, Anna Darahy married Gáspár Dráveczky, son of Melichar Dráveczky and Fruzina Vilceková.

Child of Anna Darahy and Gáspár Dráveczky

Ferencz Roskoványi

b. circa 1570
     Ferencz Roskoványi was born circa 1570 in Roškoviany, Sáros, Hungary. He was the son of Mátyás Roskoványi.

Child of Ferencz Roskoványi

Márkus Isépy

b. circa 1575, d. between 1629 and 1655
     Márkus Isépy was born circa 1575 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Sebestyen Isépy and Zsófia Nyomárkay. Márkus Isépy and János Isépy recorded a deed between 1582 and 1616 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Márkus and János, as good brothers should, provided for their sisters Judit (married to Benedek Farkas) and Anna (married to Sándor Lasztóczy) as well. The agreement made in Lelesz in 1582, even mentions Sebestyén's daughter Zsófia, who, however, does not seem to be alive in 1616.1 Circa 1595 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Márkus Isépy married Sara Fugedy. Márkus Isépy was an heir in the will of Sebestyen Isépy 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.2 Márkus Isépy and János Isépy recorded a deed in 1613 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1613, János Isépy gave a country house in Magyar-Izsép, to his mother, Zsófia Nyomárkay (who after Sebestyén Isépy's death got married to István Nagy alias Fekete, and became a widow again) together with Katalin Kényessy of Kényes, wife of Benedek Veresmarthy. His brother, Márkus agreed to that in 1615.3
Marcus added to the endowment of the curia (convent/ monastery?) at Magyarisepy originally funded by his sister, Zsofia, and Katalin Kenyessy.4 Márkus Isépy and János Isépy and they were granted a deed in 1620 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. We find two records from this time relating to the Isépy family, both from the year 1620. In the first "Márkus Isépy applied for having those goods given to him that were sequestered for the king because of the disloyalty of János Isépy." The other informs us of the settlement of this matter thus: "Prince Gábor Bethlen donates the goods sequestered on account of the disloyalty of János Isépy, to his brother, Márkus." Janos' land holdings were given to his brother Markus, possibly because Janos was a Catholic, where Markus had become a Protestant and the current military situation favored the Protestants.5,2 Márkus Isépy died between 1629 and 1655 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. On May 20, 1629, Márkusné Isépy, as well as her sons Mihály and András, mortgage their property at Mihályi to András Szabó for 27 and 1/2 forints. We do not know Márkus Isépy's year of death, but we do not hear of him in 1629 when his wife and sons pawned the Mihályi property. However, his sons share out his property among themselves as late as 1655 so he may have survived to then.2 As we had noted before, we do not have data about the time of Márkus Isépy's death. His sons, András and Ferenc (who were the only two still alive after his death) divided their father's bequest on February 8, 1655. The heirs "explain in their letter to all those concerned that they made their agreement for the division of the property (into their respective shares) at Isép, County of Zemplén, in true brotherly fashion.2

Children of Márkus Isépy and Sara Fugedy

Citations

  1. [S144] Dowery, Bequest, 1615 Zemplen Hungary Archives.
  2. [S138] A letter from Dr. Tihamér Isépy, to Aladar Isépy.
  3. [S143] Bequest, 1613 Zemplen Hungary Archives.
  4. [S61] Bequest to curia, Bequest, 1615 Zemplen Hungary Archives.
  5. [S146] M. Barna, Genealogiai gyüjteménye: Isépy.

Sándor Lasztóczy

b. circa 1575
     Sándor Lasztóczy was born circa 1575. Before 1609 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Sándor Lasztóczy married Anna Isépy, daughter of Sebestyen Isépy and Zsófia Nyomárkay.

Bálint Literaty

b. circa 1575, d. before 1635
     Bálint Literaty was born circa 1575. , Bálint Literaty married Judith Isépy, daughter of Sebestyen Isépy and Zsófia Nyomárkay. Bálint Literaty died before 1635 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Judith Isépy is a widow in 1635.

János Isépy

b. circa 1576
     János Isépy was born circa 1576 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Sebestyen Isépy and Zsófia Nyomárkay. János Isépy and Márkus Isépy recorded a deed between 1582 and 1616 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Márkus and János, as good brothers should, provided for their sisters Judit (married to Benedek Farkas) and Anna (married to Sándor Lasztóczy) as well. The agreement made in Lelesz in 1582, even mentions Sebestyén's daughter Zsófia, who, however, does not seem to be alive in 1616.1 János Isépy was an heir in the will of Sebestyen Isépy 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.2 János Isépy and Márkus Isépy recorded a deed in 1613 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1613, János Isépy gave a country house in Magyar-Izsép, to his mother, Zsófia Nyomárkay (who after Sebestyén Isépy's death got married to István Nagy alias Fekete, and became a widow again) together with Katalin Kényessy of Kényes, wife of Benedek Veresmarthy. His brother, Márkus agreed to that in 1615.3 János Isépy and Márkus Isépy and they were granted a deed in 1620 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. We find two records from this time relating to the Isépy family, both from the year 1620. In the first "Márkus Isépy applied for having those goods given to him that were sequestered for the king because of the disloyalty of János Isépy." The other informs us of the settlement of this matter thus: "Prince Gábor Bethlen donates the goods sequestered on account of the disloyalty of János Isépy, to his brother, Márkus." Janos' land holdings were given to his brother Markus, possibly because Janos was a Catholic, where Markus had become a Protestant and the current military situation favored the Protestants.4,2 János Isépy was an heir in the will of Zsófia Nyomárkay in 1628 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary; In 1628 János Isépy was again in ownership of his lands; because it was in this year that he shared the inheritance left by their mutual mother, Zsófia Nyomárkay, with his half-brother János Fekete and György Horváth and also with his sister, Anna.4 János Isépy was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1636 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Albert Csathó of Also-figed, (guardian of Ilona, daughter of the former Anna Fekete of Izsép) in 1636, summons to court the clan at Magyar-Izsép; János and András Isépy, Pál Petróczy, János László, Mátyás and Miklós Thassy, András Misley, and also Erzsébet Csakánfy (first married to István Gerõcz, then to Benedek Gaál). He claimed that they divided up the crop quota of the serfs among themselves without including the complainant, although he, too, had two country houses at Izsép and therefore part of the crop would have been due to him. The court of justice of Zemplén County agreed that Albert Csathó, the complainant, was right, as none of the defendants appeared at the trial.5

Citations

  1. [S144] Dowery, Bequest, 1615 Zemplen Hungary Archives.
  2. [S138] A letter from Dr. Tihamér Isépy, to Aladar Isépy.
  3. [S143] Bequest, 1613 Zemplen Hungary Archives.
  4. [S146] M. Barna, Genealogiai gyüjteménye: Isépy.
  5. [S148] Albert Csathó of Also-figed v. Isépy family, Ex Actic Archivi I. Comitatus Zempleniensis signatur Loculo Juridict, Loc 88. No. 362. Proth. 13 page 661 and 667, Zemplen Hungary Archives.

Zsófia Isépy

b. circa 1577, d. before 1616
     Zsófia Isépy was born circa 1577 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Sebestyen Isépy and Zsófia Nyomárkay. János Isépy and Márkus Isépy and they were granted a deed between 1582 and 1616 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Márkus and János, as good brothers should, provided for their sisters Judit (married to Benedek Farkas) and Anna (married to Sándor Lasztóczy) as well. The agreement made in Lelesz in 1582, even mentions Sebestyén's daughter Zsófia, who, however, does not seem to be alive in 1616.1
Marcus added to the endowment of the curia (convent/ monastery?) at Magyarisepy originally funded by his sister, Zsofia, and Katalin Kenyessy.2 Zsófia Isépy died before 1616 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.

Citations

  1. [S144] Dowery, Bequest, 1615 Zemplen Hungary Archives.
  2. [S61] Bequest to curia, Bequest, 1615 Zemplen Hungary Archives.

Sara Fugedy

b. circa 1580, d. after 1629
     Sara was born in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, circa 1580. Circa 1595 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Sara Fugedy married Márkus Isépy, son of Sebestyen Isépy and Zsófia Nyomárkay. Her married name was Sara Isépy (Fugedy). On May 20, 1629, Márkusné Isépy, as well as her sons Mihály and András, mortgage their property at Mihályi to András Szabó for 27 and 1/2 forints.1 Sara Fugedy died after 1629 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.

Children of Sara Fugedy and Márkus Isépy

Citations

  1. [S138] A letter from Dr. Tihamér Isépy, to Aladar Isépy.

Judith Isépy

b. circa 1580
     Judith, daughter of Sebestyen Isépy and Zsófia Nyomárkay, was born in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, circa 1580. Judith Isépy was the daughter of Sebestyen Isépy and Zsófia Nyomárkay. János Isépy and Márkus Isépy and they were granted a deed between 1582 and 1616 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Márkus and János, as good brothers should, provided for their sisters Judit (married to Benedek Farkas) and Anna (married to Sándor Lasztóczy) as well. The agreement made in Lelesz in 1582, even mentions Sebestyén's daughter Zsófia, who, however, does not seem to be alive in 1616.1 Before 1609 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Judith Isépy married Benedek Farkas. Her married name was Judith Farkas (Isépy).
In 1615 Mentioned in accounts of family land divisions in that year. She is mentioned by her married name. , Judith Isépy married Bálint Literaty. Her married name was Judith Literaty (Isépy). Judith Isépy was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1635 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. In 1635 János Csicseri Jobbos began a lawsuit against Judith Isepy because she gave shelter repeatedly to an escaped serf of the complainant. She by this year is mentioned as the widow of Bálint Literáty.2

Citations

  1. [S144] Dowery, Bequest, 1615 Zemplen Hungary Archives.
  2. [S147] János Csicseri Jobbos v. Judith Isépy, Ex Actic Archivi I. Comitatus Zempleniensis signatur Loculo Juridict, Loc 25. No. 98, Zemplen Hungary Archives.

Anna Isépy

b. circa 1580
     Anna Isépy was born circa 1580 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Sebestyen Isépy and Zsófia Nyomárkay. János Isépy and Márkus Isépy and they were granted a deed between 1582 and 1616 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Márkus and János, as good brothers should, provided for their sisters Judit (married to Benedek Farkas) and Anna (married to Sándor Lasztóczy) as well. The agreement made in Lelesz in 1582, even mentions Sebestyén's daughter Zsófia, who, however, does not seem to be alive in 1616.1 Before 1609 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Anna Isépy married Sándor Lasztóczy. Her married name was Anna Lasztóczy (Isépy).
In 1615 Mentioned in accounts of family land divisions in that year. She is mentioned by her married name. Anna Isépy was an heir in the will of Zsófia Nyomárkay in 1628 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary; In 1628 János Isépy was again in ownership of his lands; because it was in this year that he shared the inheritance left by their mutual mother, Zsófia Nyomárkay, with his half-brother János Fekete and György Horváth and also with his sister, Anna.2

Citations

  1. [S144] Dowery, Bequest, 1615 Zemplen Hungary Archives.
  2. [S146] M. Barna, Genealogiai gyüjteménye: Isépy.

Mátyás Horváth

b. circa 1580
     Mátyás Horváth was born circa 1580 in Hungary. He was the son of Miklós Horváth and Apollónia Csorba. Circa 1600 Hungary, Mátyás Horváth married Zsófia Csengovszky.

Children of Mátyás Horváth and Zsófia Csengovszky

István Dely Jr

b. circa 1580
     István Dely Jr was born circa 1580 in Lasztócz, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of István Dely and Zsófia Kázméry. Circa 1600 in Bernátfalva, Zemplén, Hungary, István Dely Jr married Anna Bernáthy.1

Child of István Dely Jr and Anna Bernáthy

Citations

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

Kristóf Grodkovszky

b. circa 1580
     Kristóf Grodkovszky was born circa 1580 in Tótfalu, Szépes, Hungary.

Child of Kristóf Grodkovszky

Mihály Bornemissza

b. circa 1580
     Mihály Bornemissza was born circa 1580 in Nagykemencze, Zemplén, Hungary. He Mihály Bornemissza was involved in property disputes and lawsuits with Mihály Isepy. The eventual settlement includes István Bornemissza and his wife Anna Isepy giving rise to the possiblity that Mihály is the father of István in 1649.

Child of Mihály Bornemissza

Péter Fekete

b. 1581, d. 1619
     Péter Fekete was born in 1581 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.1 He was the son of István Fekete and Dóra Tibay. Circa 1610 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Péter Fekete married Dóra Hencselöczy Bajánházy.1 Péter Fekete died in 1619 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.1

Child of Péter Fekete and Dóra Hencselöczy Bajánházy

Citations

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

István Szunyogh

b. before 1585
     István Szunyogh was born before 1585 in Kápolna, Pozsony, Hungary. He is mentioned in a document in 1585.1 He was the son of István Szunyogh and Anna Csuri. Circa 1610 Szabolcs, Hungary, István Szunyogh married Katalin Bikády.1

Children of István Szunyogh and Katalin Bikády

Citations

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

Zsófia Csengovszky

b. circa 1585
     Zsófia Csengovszky was born circa 1585 in Hungary. Circa 1600 Hungary, Zsófia Csengovszky married Mátyás Horváth, son of Miklós Horváth and Apollónia Csorba. Her married name was Zsófia Horváth (Csengovszky).

Children of Zsófia Csengovszky and Mátyás Horváth

Anna Bernáthy

b. circa 1585
     Anna Bernáthy was born circa 1585 in Bernátfalva, Zemplén, Hungary. Circa 1600 in Bernátfalva, Zemplén, Hungary, Anna Bernáthy married István Dely Jr, son of István Dely and Zsófia Kázméry.1 Her married name was Anna Dely (Bernáthy).

Child of Anna Bernáthy and István Dely Jr

Citations

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

István Pankotay-Josá

b. circa 1585
     István Pankotay-Josá was born circa 1585 in Bénye, Pest-Pilis-Solt-Kis-Kun, Hungary. He was the son of János Pankotay-Josá.

Child of István Pankotay-Josá

Dóra Hencselöczy Bajánházy

b. circa 1590
     Dóra Hencselöczy Bajánházy was born circa 1590 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. Circa 1610 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary, Dóra Hencselöczy Bajánházy married Péter Fekete, son of István Fekete and Dóra Tibay.1 Her married name was Dóra Fekete (Hencselöczy Bajánházy).

Child of Dóra Hencselöczy Bajánházy and Péter Fekete

Citations

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

Lászlo Eödönffy

b. circa 1590
     Lászlo Eödönffy was born circa 1590 in Bihar, Hungary. Circa 1630 in Nagymihály, Zemplén, Hungary, Lászlo Eödönffy married Zsofiá Péchy, daughter of Benedek Péchy and Eufrozina Semsey.

Child of Lászlo Eödönffy and Zsofiá Péchy

Zsofiá Péchy

b. circa 1590
     Zsofiá Péchy was born circa 1590 in Nagymihály, Zemplén, Hungary. She was the daughter of Benedek Péchy and Eufrozina Semsey. Circa 1620 in Nagymihály, Zemplén, Hungary, Zsofiá Péchy married Lászlo Tibay. Circa 1630 in Nagymihály, Zemplén, Hungary, Zsofiá Péchy married Lászlo Eödönffy.

Child of Zsofiá Péchy and Lászlo Tibay

Child of Zsofiá Péchy and Lászlo Eödönffy

Lászlo Tibay

b. circa 1590, d. circa 1630
     Lászlo Tibay was born circa 1590. Circa 1620 in Nagymihály, Zemplén, Hungary, Lászlo Tibay married Zsofiá Péchy, daughter of Benedek Péchy and Eufrozina Semsey. Lászlo Tibay died circa 1630 in Nagyvárad, Bihar, Hungary.

Child of Lászlo Tibay and Zsofiá Péchy

Katalin Bikády1

b. circa 1595
     Katalin Bikády was born circa 1595 in Szabolcs, Hungary.1 Circa 1610 Szabolcs, Hungary, Katalin Bikády married István Szunyogh, son of István Szunyogh and Anna Csuri.1 Her married name was Katalin Szunyogh (Bikády).

Children of Katalin Bikády and István Szunyogh

Citations

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

György Szunyogh

b. circa 1598
     György Szunyogh was born circa 1598 in Kápolna, Pozsony, Hungary.1 He was the son of István Szunyogh and Anna Csuri.

Citations

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

András Isépy

b. circa 1600, d. before 1690
     András Isépy was born circa 1600 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. He was the son of Márkus Isépy and Sara Fugedy. On May 20, 1629, Márkusné Isépy, as well as her sons Mihály and András, mortgage their property at Mihályi to András Szabó for 27 and 1/2 forints.1 András Isépy was an heir in the will of Márkus Isépy in 1655 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. As we had noted before, we do not have data about the time of Márkus Isépy's death. His sons, András and Ferenc (who were the only two still alive after his death) divided their father's bequest on February 8, 1655. The heirs "explain in their letter to all those concerned that they made their agreement for the division of the property (into their respective shares) at Isép, County of Zemplén, in true brotherly fashion.1
András, together with his brother Ferenc, was suspected of disloyalty. He, however, was able to clear his name relatively quickly because the Chamber of Szepes in 1672 ordered the return of his earlier seized goods and chattels.2 András Isépy died before 1690 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary.3 He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action in 1690 in Magyar-Izsép, Zemplén, Hungary. The Treasury started an investigation against András Isépy, Péter Dely and János Posta, among whom Dely owned lands at Kolbása (half of that was leased by András Isépy, the other half by György Sepsi) to determine if they had worked with rebels. András Isépy owned a country seat and lands at Magyar-Izsép; it was now his son, György, who was running it. The Treasury confiscated András Isépy's property at Magyar-Izsep. A group investigation was started by the magistrates and jury of the County of Zemplén; György Isépy appeared before them and declared in their presence that his father had never had any contact, whatsoever, with the rebellious Tököly. His brother Mihály turned, at the same time, to the Chamber of Szepes so that based on the proofs he presented they could urge the release of the seized property. The Chamber of Szepes, in 1690, ordered the release of the property, because they themselves realized that András Isépy, who in the meantime had died, could not have been a rebel as he was around 90 years old and had lost his eyesight by then. He was certainly unsuitable for warfare. He could not have been in contact with Tököly; instead he remained peacefully at home where he passed quietly away, in very old age.2

Children of András Isépy

Citations

  1. [S138] A letter from Dr. Tihamér Isépy, to Aladar Isépy.
  2. [S137] Országos Levéltár (Archive).
  3. [S113] Aladar Isépy, Isépy Family History, (Esther Vitaly, translator).

György Mérges

b. circa 1600, d. circa 1650
     György Mérges was born circa 1600 in Lasztócz, Zemplén, Hungary. Circa 1630 in Lasztócz, Zemplén, Hungary, György Mérges married Erzsébet Dely, daughter of István Dely Jr and Anna Bernáthy.1 György Mérges died circa 1650 in Lasztócz, Zemplén, Hungary.

Child of György Mérges and Erzsébet Dely

Citations

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

György Szemere

b. circa 1600, d. circa 1675
     György Szemere was born circa 1600 in Szikszó, Abauj-Torna, Hungary. He was the son of Péter Szemere and Sára Baxy. Circa 1640 in Szikszó, Abauj-Torna, Hungary, György Szemere married Katalin Zsujtay.1 György Szemere died circa 1675 in Szikszó, Abauj-Torna, Hungary.

Child of György Szemere and Katalin Zsujtay

Citations

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