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  1. Erdélyi was mentioned as a royal castellan of Diód (today Stremț in Romania) alongside James Lengyel in 1459. Under the voivodeship of John Pongrác de Dengeleg, he served as vice-voivode for the first time from 1462 to 1465. He held the office along with his brother-in-law Nicholas Vízaknai.

    • 1418/1422
    • 1462–1465, 1476
    • Benedict Gibárt &, George Szentiványi (1st term), Dominic Bethlen (2nd term)
    • Ladislaus Nádasdi (1st term), Dominic Bethlen (2nd term)
  2. Erdélyi was made castellan of Knin Fortress by 1401 (when his lord Garai held the dignity of Ban of Croatia and his father-in-law John Antimus functioned as vice-ban). In that capacity, he successfully defended the castle against Hrvoje Vukčić Hrvatinić , the partisan of claimant Ladislaus of Naples , who besieged Knin in that year.

    • early 1370s
    • 1406–1408
    • John Pányi
    • Nicholas Kellőc
  3. Vlad seized Wallachia in late 1476, but soon died in battle. To strengthen her claim to her Transylvanian estates, she married Paul Suki, who was related to the former owners of those territories. After the death of Suki, in 1479, Justina was married to John Erdélyi of Somkerék, until her death in 1497.

    • before 1455
    • 1476(–1477)
  4. The vice-voivode of Transylvania ( Hungarian: erdélyi alvajda; Latin: vicevoyvada) was the deputy of the voivode of Transylvania in the Kingdom of Hungary. The office first appeared in contemporary sources in 1221. From the early 15th century, the voivodes rarely visited Transylvania, permanently leaving the administration of the counties to ...

  5. Vlad seized Wallachia in late 1476, but was soon murdered. To strengthen her claim to her Transylvanian estates, she married Paul Suki, who was related to the former owners of those territories. After the death of Suki, in 1479, Justina was married to John Erdélyi of Somkerék, until her death in 1497.

  6. John and Leonard bought the lower part of Miklóslaka (Micoșlaca) from Emeric Tőki de Lóna in January 1492. According to a lawsuit from July 1498, the brothers and their children unlawfully acquired the whole settlement by that time.

  7. Research genealogy for George Erdelyi of Austria, as well as other members of the Erdelyi family, on Ancestry®.

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