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      • Nicholas Szécsi de Felsőlendva (Széchy; Hungarian: Miklós Szécsi; died after 1423) was a Hungarian nobleman from the influential House of Szécsi. He was the son of Nicholas I Szécsi, the Palatine of Hungary (1385–1386) and Margit Debreceni, granddaughter of former palatine Dózsa Debreceni.
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  1. Nicholas Szécsi - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For his son, the Master of treasury, see Nicholas II Szécsi. The native form of this personal name is felsőlendvai Szécsi Miklós. This article uses Western name order when mentioning individuals.

  2. Nicholas II Szécsi - Wikipedia

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    Nicholas II Szécsi From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For his father, the Palatine of Hungary, see Nicholas Szécsi. The native form of this personal name is felsőlendvai Szécsi Miklós.

    • after 1429
    • Helen Garay
  3. Széchy family - Wikipedia

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    Széchy or Szécsi was a Hungarian noble family in the Kingdom of Hungary with notable members in the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries. The members of the Széchy family held high offices at the church and the royal court.

  4. Nicholas I Garai - Wikipedia

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    Nicholas's career in politics started under Louis I who appointed him to administer the Banate of Macsó in 1359. As ban of Macsó, Nicholas also became the head of Bács, Baranya, Szerém, Valkó and Veszprém counties. The influential baron

    • Andrew Garai
    • October 1375 – August 1385
  5. Nicholas Szécsi - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    Nicholas Szécsi and Banate of Severin · See more » Charles III of Naples. Charles the Short or Charles of Durazzo (1345 – 24 February 1386) was King of Naples and titular King of Jerusalem from 1382 to 1386 as Charles III, and King of Hungary from 1385 to 1386 as Charles II. New!!: Nicholas Szécsi and Charles III of Naples · See more ...

  6. Nicholas Szécsi de Felsőlendva (Széchy; Hungarian: Miklós Szécsi; c. 1320 – c. June or July 1387) was a Hungarian nobleman from the influential House of Szécsi. Son of Peter, Count of Nógrád, and Sebe Debrői. He married Margaret of Debrecen, they had four children.

  7. Frank Szécsi - Wikipedia

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    He was the son of Nicholas I Szécsi, the Palatine of Hungary (1385–1386) and Margit Debreceni, granddaughter of former palatine Dózsa Debreceni. He had three brothers, including Nicholas II , who served as Master of the treasury .

  8. Ladislaus Szécsényi - Wikipedia

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    Ladislaus (III) Szécsényi (Hungarian: Szécsényi (III.) László; 1413–1460), was a Hungarian landowner and nobleman, who served as ispán of Nógrád and Hont Counties from 1440 until his death. He was the last male member of the once powerful and prestigious Szécsényi family.

  9. Dénes Szécsi - Wikipedia

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    Dénes Szécsi de Felsőlendva (or Széchy; c. 1410 – 1 February 1465) was a Hungarian prelate and cardinal, who served as Archbishop of Esztergom from 1440 to 1465. He was the first Primate of Hungary since 1452 when donated the title and rights by Pope Nicholas V.

  10. Szécsi Miklós (nádor) – Wikipédia

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    Szécsi Miklós (1320 körül – 1387 körül) a Szécsi család felsőlindvai (Felsőlendva) ágának őse. 1385-1386 között töltötte be a nádori méltóságot, 1346-tól három évig horvát-szlavón bán, amit 1358-66, 1374-75 és 1375-80-ban is viselt, míg 1366-68 és 1372-73-ban csak szlavón bán volt.