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  1. Nicholas Szécsényi - Wikipedia

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    Nicholas II was born into the influential Szécsényi family, which originated from the ancient Kacsics kindred, as the elder son of Simon Szécsényi, a staunch supporter of King Sigismund of Luxembourg, and Elizabeth Garai, sister of Palatine Nicholas Garai.

  2. Ladislaus Szécsényi - Wikipedia

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    Much of the wealth and money, on which Nicholas Szécsényi counted in his last will and testament, proved to be a fiction in fact. According to the document, Nicholas bequeathed to Ladislaus all his "castles, small towns, villages and all other immovable property", in addition to 10 percent of his money.

    • 1413
    • 1440–1460
    • George Szentgyörgyi
    • Albert Losonci &, Michael Ország
  3. Nicholas Szécsényi - WikiVisually

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    Nicholas II was born into the influential Szécsényi family, which originated from the ancient Kacsics kindred, as the elder son of Simon Szécsényi, a staunch supporter of King Sigismund of Luxembourg, and Elizabeth Garai, sister of Palatine Nicholas Garai, he had two siblings, Thomas II, who was mentioned only once in 1407 and died early and Dorothea, who married captain Sigismund Losonci.

  4. Szécsényi family - WikiVisually

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    The Szécsényi was a noble family of the Kingdom of Hungary in the 14-15th centuries. The ancestor of the family, Thomas descended from the gens ("clan") Kacsics, he was one of the most powerful barons of King Charles I of Hungary and he hold several dignities during his reign.

  5. Nicholas Szécsi - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    Nicholas Szécsi and Debrecen · See more » Drugeth family. The Drugeths were a noble family (of French origin) of the Kingdom of Hungary in the 14-17th centuries whose possessions were situated on the north-eastern parts of the kingdom. New!!: Nicholas Szécsi and Drugeth family · See more » Emeric I Bebek

  6. Nicholas Szécsi - Wikipedia

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    Son of Peter, Count of Nógrád, and Sebe Debrői.He married Margaret of Debrecen, they had four children.He was sent to Poland by King Louis I in 1345, when the Czechs laid siege to Kraków.

  7. Thomas Szécsényi - Wikipedia

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    Thomas (I) Szécsényi (Hungarian: Szécsényi (I.) Tamás; died 1354) was a Hungarian powerful baron and soldier, who rose to prominence during King Charles I's war against the oligarchs. He belonged to the so-called "new aristocracy", who supported the king's efforts to restore royal power in the first decades of the 14th century.

    • c. 1285
    • Nicholas Drugeth
  8. Szécsényi family - Wikipedia

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    The Szécsényi was a noble family of the Kingdom of Hungary in the 14-15th centuries. The ancestor of the family, Thomas descended from the gens ("clan") Kacsics.He was one of the most powerful barons of King Charles I of Hungary and he hold several dignities during his reign.

  9. Voivode of Transylvania - Wikipedia

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    Origins. The origin of the office is unclear. The title voivode is of Slavic origin with a meaning of "commander, lieutenant". Although Emperor Constantine VII Porphyrogennetos wrote of the voivodes or chieftains of the Hungarian tribes around 950, he seems to have adopted the term used by a Slavic interpreter.

  10. Nicholas Garai Pozsonyi, I (c.1340 - 1386) - Genealogy

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    Genealogy for Nicholas Garai Pozsonyi, I (c.1340 - 1386) family tree on Geni, with over 190 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. ... Nicholas I Garay ...