Stephanus Sandor de Slavnicza
Father of Anna Sandor de Szlavnicza and husband of Mária Sandor de Szlavnicza born Marko
From the will of the noble Lord, Illustrissimus Dominus Stephanus (István) Sandor de Szlavnicza compossesor (the Lutheran Augsburg Confession of faith) was born in the 1802, his wife Maria Sandor de Szlavnicza genus Markó was of the Catholic faith. Their wedding was a witness of the bride contracting judge aristocrat Josephus Schurmann and witness the groom milord nobleman Carolus Vály (manželka Anna Mednyánszky) compossesor. The daughter of the spouses was Illustrissima Domina Anna Sandor de Szlavnicza married Ondrejkovics. Her husband was District notary in the village Dolné Držkovce and later in Šimonovany Dominus Stephanus I. Ondrejkovics. Maria Sandor de Szlavnicza genus Marko was born in the year 1828 (†10.03.1907 Malé Bielice). Illustrissima Domina Anna Sandor de Szlavnicza married Ondrejkovics was born in the year 1861 at Tvrdomestice No 23. Her godparents were milady Caroline Pirott and milord Josephus Mihalovics, compossesor. Baptizing priest was Vilhelmus Szecsányi. District notary Stephanus I. Ondrejkovics and his wife
Illustrissima Domina Anna Sandor de Szlavnicza had sons administrator teacher Stephanus II. Ondrejkovics, District Chief Dr. Aladár I. Ondrejkovics - Sandor de Szlavnicza (wife Anna Török and their daughters Lady Gizelle Kerney and Lady Kamila Csúzy), Ladislav Ondrejkovics, Ján (Janči) Ondrejkovics †1914 fell in Belarus, Josef Ondrejkovics fell †1916 ? Louis Ondrejkovič declared dead in †1917, Anton Ondrejkovič fell †1917, Titus Ondrejkovič fell in †1916 ? and District notary Vojtech Ondrejkovič. Administrator teacher Stephanus II. Ondrejkovics and his wife Maria Turba had sons
Grandchildren of noble Ms Anna Sandor de Szlavnicza: Aspirant Aladár II Ondrejkovič Freiherr Sandor von Szlavnicza, Editka merried Vrbacká, Magdalena married Suchánková and confidential clerk Tibor Ondrejkovič.
Palace, head of vicecomes Sandor de Szlavnicza with the emblem of Sandor in the center of Trenčín
The courtyard of the palace, the seat of several vicecomes of family Sandor de Szlavnicza with small coat of arms of family Sandor de Szlavnicza in the city of Trencin. Grandfather of administrator teacher Stefan II. Ondrejkovič Comitatus Jurassor Spectabilis Dominus Stephanus Sandor de Szlavnicza worked in the office of Trencin County to the late 19th century.
The reputation of the village Slávnica: King Emeric (Emericus, Imre), who reigned in the thirteenth century (1174-1204), held a great hunt, which participated personally. During hunting enraged wounded deer fell on the king. King saved from certain death comebacks Drover, who shot a deer last moment of his bow an arrow. Grateful king reward honcho promoted to yeoman status and donated part of his land and forests, which today include Slávnica land area and Pominovac. Hunter named Slávnický, you have to squire stood on land donated house. All the assets of a given field of oxen twins, twins - boys and self-made plow, they said twins bring good luck. His servants the time also began to build houses and so founded the village, which was named after the founder of Slávnica. Further dates that for unknown reasons the descendants Slávnický (Szlavniczai) changed the name to Sandor - in their coat of arms deer.
Hungarian and Croatian King Emeric (* 1174 † 1204) son of Bela III. May 16, was crowned the 1182nd
Year of our Lord 1589 had a yeoman George Sandor de Slavnica a lawsuit with the city of Ilava for setting fires Barbara Amrichová of the Ilava, two 3.nov.1588 and third 18.okt. 1589 at his order. After the onset of King Matthias II to the throne became high royal officials in Pressburg in 1609 curial notary Ladislav Sandor de Szlavnicza. Later he became a notary and vice-district administrator of Nitra County. Do countrywide policy positions came to Nitra Hungarian delegate to the Parlament (1630, 1633), where he was elected judge of the royal table.
First County House on the present Peace Square of the Trencin, where he worked in 1637 Trencin vicecomes of Trenčín county Emericus (Imre) I. Sandor de Szlavnicza, whose wife was Krisztina Nádasdi Darabos.
Real estate genus Sandor de Szlavnicza was the mansion Brunovce. A dowry he acquired Baron Mednyánszky in the 19th century (the President of the Hungarian Royal Chamber Aloisius Mednyánszky 1842-44). Relatives and confidential friend László Mednyánszky Janka Sirchich (blood relatives of the genus Sandor) was Administrator of the estate and mansion Beckov. Her brother General Béla Sirchich (*1871 †1942) after it inherited a number of pictures, which the author was Baron László Mednyánszky.
Image whose author is László Mednyánszky. Brunovce mansion belongs since December 1999, the State again. This rare property remains relatively empty and unused . About this Renaissance castle Potential tenants have shown interest. Copies of historic furniture made before 1989, the enterprise Artistic Crafts in Brno. Mansion underwent costly, history and its original architectural style ever cluttering reconstruction . 1993 after a short period belonged to the Union of Women in Slovakia. In a while there were weeks turnusy orphanages. For their children was organized by Smile as a gift and friends orphanages . The lease also expressed interest in Piešťany spa for their patients and trade unions at the Ministry of Health. There\'s a nice park, quiet and pleasant environment. The smaller representative portion is a large room and four lounges. Other equipment is common , ordinary furniture is also unfit is a common bathroom for 12 or 16 rooms. This part can be staffed by separately.
Linking it to historical mansion castle Tematín for Piešťany left bank of the river Váh. Owned by several Hungarian dignitaries and high ranking with the regional barons. The first written record of it comes from the second half of the 13th century. Twenty years until his death in 1321 he own Mathias Čáky of Trenčin. Owner of the castle and manor in the 15th century, the Duke of Transylvania Mikolaus (Nicholas, Miklós) Újlaky and his son. Later, when the owners of the castle were the meantime several lords Thurzo, gave Tematín sovereign dominion in 1638 to advance Joannes (János) baron von Rottal and his siblings, who were being related to family Sandor de Szlavnicza oi through
Catherine (Kata) baroness von Rottal †1638, wife of Franciscus (Ferenc) I. Sandor de Szlavnicza. Joannes von Rottal release of the property Tematín Stephanus (István) Count Csáky (*03.05.1603) and his wife
Eve, Countess Forgách de Ghymes et Gács (*06.12.1613 †24.04.1639). Suzane (Zsuszi) Baroness von Rottal its share chartered in 1653 Georgy (Georgius) Freiherr Berényi with which it has been in family relations oi through family Sandor de Szlavnicza, Szluha and Nyáry. In 1658 the owners of Tematín became Bercsényi genus, which also acquired estates in Brunovce. On Tematín was born in 1665 Nicholas (Mikolaus, Miklós) Bercsényi †1725 captain of Franciscus (Ferenc) II. Prince Rákoczi. Nicholas Bercsényi was family ties with Count Csáky also through his wife Christine (Krisztina) Countess Csáky. Stephanus Count Csáky younger holder of Tematín, confiscated possessions for participation in the uprising of Imre (Emeric) Prince Thokoly in 1684 †1705 The document -sharing Tematín estate from 1687 are registered as users of the castle Gasparus (Gaspar, Caspar) IV. Sandor de Szlavnicza (Kuruc envoy in the courtyard of French King Louis XIV of France de Bourbon) and his wife Ersze (Elisabeth) Thököly de Késmárk. In 1704 he received the financial contribution to his regiment count Simon Forgách. Amount contributed his brother vicecomes of Nitra County Adalbert Sandor de Szlavnicza. Their brother was Gyorgy Sandor of Slavnicza who had daughters Maria (b. Pongrácz) and Ilona (István Brogyány). Most of the castle and manor owned genus Bercsényi, who started with the construction of the castle in Brunovce. Nicholas Bercsényi during the uprising of Ferenc II. Prince Rákoczi had to repair the castle.
Vicecomes of Esztergom county Melchior (Menyhért) Sandor de Szlavnicza (and 1. spouse Joana Gubatoczi son Steph Laurentius Sandor de Szlavnicza *1703 Trnava) won the title of baron. At night the Lord in 1707 was of the house in the first district of Trnava forcibly kurucz to Onódian parlament 27.
in which were killed representatives Turiec vicecomes Kristof Okolicsányi of Okolicsna and county notary Melchior Rakovsky of Nagyrákó and Nagyselmecz. French General Louis Lemaire, military attache of Louis XIV by Francis II Rákóczi wrote: László Ignác Bercsényi son of Count Bercsényi, as a young barbarian saber thrust to the House envoy Rakovsky. In 1710 Imperial General Sigbert Heister conquered Brunovce with the intent to capture Nicholas Bercsényi, who withdrew from the fortified manor. Tematín castle Imperator army failed to occupy the running, the charging be extended for a few days. Nicholas Bercsényi the meantime moved off the main road to Poland. In 1711 Nicholas Bercsényi, Tematín confiscated estates. Tematín imperial army demolished mansion Brunovce got Imperial General Freiherr Lindenheim.
Castle and Palace Blue Stone in the district Veľký Krtíš region Banská Bystrica owned genus Balassa de Kékkö et Gyarmat. Anna Balassa marriage with Ferenc II. Sandor de Szlavnicza whose mother was Magdolna Okolicsányi However, these families get into the property and family relationships.
In December 1692 Nitra County Treasurer Adalbert Sandor de Szlavnicza had to pick from his relative Stephanus Count Csáky imposition 15 gold and 84 pence for the year 1691, who borrowed them from him and gave him an advance settlement in the desert Modrová. This suggests the weaker economy. In contrast, Adalbert Sandor in the coming years bought advance for exemple from Lovčány and Lévay in Modrová other. He became the owner of a large part of the mortgage village. For exemple in 1697 he took to advance two meadows from serf Francis Zrnák, one at Slivnica and at Cliffs second for 10 gold and two from Nicholas Locových meadows degrading Velká Modrová. Confirmation of property transfers issued his hand Joseph Sigismund, signed as mayor Velkomodrovský. The document is the oldest surviving general papers and one of the few cases then, the village mayor knew where to write .
Early 18th century lived in Trnava in the third quarter Gasparus IV. Baron Sandor de Slavnicza. In 1723, a tax census indicated that behaved in a townhouse one cow and one heifer. His son Ladislaus Baron Sandor de Szlavnicza living in Trnava in the third quarter possessed here in 1725 with one cow and heifer.
Nitra county council Adalbert Sandor de Szlavnicza, already in 1723 owned a whole dominion Lúka (Ferenc Sandor de Szlavnicza and wife Borbála Motesiczky their son István Sandor *08.11.1751 Lúka district Nitra †03.29.1815 Wien), purchased from Cardinal Csáky all advance and inskription right of dominion Tematín the residual sum of 7683 florins. He became the owner of most of the former hereditary estate Tematín. From 1730 we have evidence that
after his death Judith Countess Hunyady, widow of Paolus Sandor de Szlavnicza son of vicecomes in Nitra Adalbert (Aladár) Sandor de Szlavnicza and Julia Köszeghy in the year 1723 Brunovce bought. Joanes Hunyady beat port, led by Mehmed II at the Battle of Belgrade Lord of the year 1456
Ladislaus Gasparus Sandor *08.04.1720 Modrová, parents Ilustris Domini Pauli Sandor and Perillustris Domina Juditha Hunyady. Godparents Revexendismus Dominus Adalbertus Révay Compatro sa Periillustris Dona Maria Kermendy in Luka.
Mansion in the Brunovce currently. In the first third of the 18th century bought Paolus Sandor de Slavnicza
In the Malé Ostratice (Kis-Sztrice) a small evangelical cemetery gravestones have Enlightened sir Karóly Sandor de Szlavnicza and Enlightened sir László Sandor de Szlavnicza
Palace of vicecomes Sandor de Szlavnicza the castle rock next to the Hotel Tatra in the Trencin
Palace of vicecomes Sandor de Szlavnicza, now a muse
Author visited the cemetery and family mansion Sandor de Szlavnicza in the village of Malé Ostratice - Kissándori - Kiss Sztricze. You met her in my mind. There was only yesterday, or two hundred years ago ?
After the liberation from the Turks in 1691 Lipik belonged to the estate with the center Pakrac. Until the mid-18th century, the owners often turns: Imperial Chamber (1729), the secret court counselor Johann Theodor Baron Imbsen (1740-1745). Francis Baron Trenk (1747), Imperial Chamber (1751), Michael Sandor de Slavnicza (1760) his son
Josephus Baron Sandor de Szlavnicza took over from him and mash and feudal estates nearby Pine estates in Slavonia. Failed to solve recurrent problems of their subjects and therefore it waived at the end of 1767 in favor of brother Anton Sandor de Szlavnicza
Former Josephus Sandor de Szlavnicza mansion in the Nustar, Slavonia
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the names of donors finace resources and tangible assets for Hungary Academy of Arts and Sciences in memory of posterity and the memory of the ancestors under the Act as a thanks to those who donated in order to cultivate and spread the language. Amounts received and the value of the gracious permission of His Royal Highness, listed their names:
His Majesty Prince Josef, c. the. heir Hungary, Czech, Hungarian palatine, patron of the Institute, 10,000 gold in cash.
István Széchenyi 60,000 gold.
Abraham Vay 8000 gold.
György Andrássy 10,000 gold.
George Karolyi 40,000 gold.
sir Francis Pálffy, évenkint sum of 400 guilders.
John Ker Batthyány 10,000 gold.
Michael Esterházy 10,000 gold.
Karóly Esterházy Jr. 10,000 gold.
Paul Széchenyi 10,000 gold.
Gábor Justh 1,000 gold.
Imre INKEY 1,000 gold.
Széki Count József Teleki, stepmother, widow of the deceased László Count Teleki, as well as férjtől from natural and legal guardian of her son and caretaker, and two brothers, Adam and Samuel Teleki also nevökben counts, including files of at least 30,000 volumes, which is known as common father, László Teleki Number gyüjtetett effort and cost, plus 5,000 gold.
Istvan Szabó Szepessy 200 gold.
Duke Philip Batthyány 50,000 gold.
Earl Anthony Cziráky 3000 gold.
Ján Keglevich 6000 gold.
Josef Kopátsy, Bishop of Veszprém, 2000 gold.
Samuel Papa 1,000 gold.
Charles Baron Zay 2,000 gold.
Charles Baron Mandelli 1000 gold.
Istvan (Stephanus) Sandor Szlavniczai later bequeathed 10,000 gold, in addition to money, collections of rare and valuable library, rare paintings and tapestries.
Vizlás, Nógrád, Oldalszám: 46, 221, 222
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Palatine of Vráble
Ghyczy was a Hungarian noble family. In 1550 received donation in the Nitra County. After the abolition of serfdom in 1848 in Slovakia Ghyczy family owned a manor in the Big Lapáš. Josephus Ghyczy was deputy city mayor of Nitra and palatine stool predialist archbishopric of Esztergom Vrable. The first known members of the genus are mentioned in 1244 as owners Gic village in Veszprém throne from which it derived the name. Slovakia is received during the 15th century. In 1571 Captain George Ghyczy of Nové Zámky Verancsics archbishop wrote that the debugger fought against the Turks. After 1848 he lived Rafael Ghyczy and his wife Janka Sandor de Szlavnicza.
List of taxpayers Vizlás, Nógrád, Oldalszám: 46, 221, 222: Gregorius Pap; Benedictus Vincze; Paolus Sandor de ; Joannes Kakuk; Stephanus Jakab; Martinus Sandor de ; Stephanus Sandor de *08.11.1751 Lúka district Nitra †29.03.1815 Wien; Balthasar Sandor de ; Sandor Gaspar de ; Albertus Sandor de ; Petrus Sandor de ; Mathias Vincze ; Vincze Gregorius ; Michael Berta ; Georgius Lom ; Georgius Dudas ; Joannes Tóth.
Virtual view of buildings in the historic center of Trencin. Left of the Sandor Palace is a hotel Tatra (Elisabeth), which in 1953 were exposed to the public pillory married Josef Čevela and Valeria Stiglitz. Even today older townspeople remember how you had to attend trade shows them confiscated things and things that belonged pathetic Lady Charlote Stiglitz b. Buchler (perished in the Auschwitz concentration camp), mother of Lady Valérie Čevela and Lady Júlia Ličko (grandmother of the author). The event had a direct impact on subsequent years of persecution
Palace of vicecomes Sandor de Szlavnicza in the center of Trencin. Now a museum. No initial period the device is in this museum is not, but there can be seen a few portraits of Trenčín vicecomess and nobility, all blood relatives of the genus Sandor de Szlavnicza.
Virtuele tour of the ruins of the castle Gýmeš whose owners family Forgách were blood relatives of the genus Sandor de Szlavnicza.
Captain fortress Nové Zámky Count Adam Forgách de Ghymes et Gács *1601 †1681, his parents were Baron Sigismund Forgách and Countess Zsuzsanna Thurzó. Stephanus III Sandor of the Slávnica (†20.12.1663 Sztricse) his wifes was 1. Eva Mariássy de Markusfalva (Markušovce) 2. Ilona Forgách de Ghymes et Gács 3. Erzse Révay de Szklabina et Blatnicza m.1673. Illustrissima Domina Katalin Forgách (†Sztrice 12/20/1693) her husband was Illustrissimus Dominus István (Stephanus) Sandor de Szlavnicza. Illustrissima Domina Julie Sandor de Szlavnicza *1759 Pest †1832 13/11/1783 married the József (Josephus) Count Forgách.
Helena Zrinski (Ilona Zrínyi) *1643 Ozalj, Croatia 1703 †Nicomedia, Ottoman empire. Gender Croat, daughter of Bán Peter Zrinski and Catherine Anne, née Frangepan. Father and brother, her mother reading Mrs. poet Francis Kitts Frangepan were hero Turkish fighting. Contemporaries called them shields of Christianity and the terror of the Turks. Both were for participating in a conspiracy kuruc Francis Wesselényi executed States in the Wien New Town in April 1671, Lord Published in 1666 for Ferenc I. Rákoczi. Had children with him: Georgius (died as a child), Juliana and known Ferenc II. Rákoczi. After her husband\'s death held over management of the Rákoczi property Regec, Makovica and Mukachevo. In the 1682 married a Habsburg uprising leader Emeric (Imre) Thököly. Actively participated in the uprising and rebel bastion of defense of the castle Makovica in Zborov. The famous castle defense Mukachevo, who defended against the imperial army three years. After the betrayal of the Secretary of the imperial army was outnumbered 14 October 1688 the castle was conquered and demolished. She was interned in Uršulín monastery in Vienna. Emeric Thököly it after three years in exchange for a captured general Donat Heissler. Until his death 12 years she lived with her husband in the Turkish exile. Her remains were moved in 1906 to Košice. Buried a son of Ferenc II. Rákoczi in the crypt of the Cathedral of St. Elisabeth.
Ottoman Sultan Mustafa II. Gaspar IV Sandor de Szlavnicza was a close relative of Prince Imre Thokoly de Késmárk and his wife Countess Ilona Zrinyi (Jelena Zrinski), captain of Court Prince Imre Thokoly, diplomat, two periods ambassador at the court of the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed IV and his son Sultan Mustafa II, and even more important mission at the French King Louis XIV and chancellor). Sultan Mehmed IV and subsequently his son Sultan Mustafa II were allies and supporters Kurucz. Mehmed IV *02.01.1642 † 01.06.1693 sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1648 to 1687, Sultan Mustafa II in the years 1695-1703. French King Louis XIV supported Kurucz politically, militarily and materially.
In 1906 was transferred remains Transylvanian prince Imre Thököly de Kesmarkium of Izmit in the Ottoman Empire in Kežmarok and stored in the Mausoleum of the New Lutheran church.
The remains of his wife Ilona Zrinyi (Helena Zrinski) and her son Ferencz II. Rákoczi in 1906 the Ottoman Empire decided to ride to the Košice.
After the defeat of the uprising in Trencin in 1708 went to the England, then to France in 1717 at the invitation of the sultan passes into ety in the Ottoman Empire except Francis II. Rákóczi and his companions and aides. The remains of the coming together transferred to the crypt in the Cathedral of St.. Elizabeth. The sarcophagus on the right: therein remains kuruc General Antal Esterházy. Text in Hungarian on it shows: Count Antal Esterházy of Galanta et Fraknó, died on 10 July 1722. Rodosto captioned images published here thanks to Mr Peter Petrulák. Selflessly sent them for this purpose.
The crypt of the Kosice Cathedral of St. Elizabeth in early Gothic style leads seventeen steps and is in her four marble coffin, which in the drawing Frederick Schulek they made sculptors Anselm Andreetti and František Mikula. The remains of Francis II. Rákóczi, his mother, Helena Zrinski and son Joseph Rákóczi are in common sarcophagus. Prince lies in the coffin of cypress wood cushion filled terrain of his native Börse and the Great Saris, where he lived for some time. Hungarian inscription on the sarcophagus proclaims the final resting Francis II. Rákóczi, Hungarian and Transylvanian prince, died in Rodosto April 8, 1735, his heroic mother Ilona Zrínyi, wife of Francis II Rákóczi and later Imre Thököly, died in Nikomédii February 18, 1703, and son Joseph Rákóczi, the Cernavoda died November 10, 1738 . the evil fate Nations blew them into exile. Slide the description here is published thanks to Mr Peter Petrulák which is. Selflessly he sent for this purpose.
Illustrissima Domina Rozália Sandor de Szlavnicza. Her husband was Ferenc Szent-Iványi
Móric Count Sandor de Szlavnicza. Development of sporting disciplines occurred in the 19th century, at the end of which culminated efforts P. de Coubertin to host the modern Olympic Games in Athens in the year 1896. Since the early 19th century sports competitions swept Europe and America. In some disciplines excelled younger members of noble families. Moricz Count Sandor de Szlavnicza husband Metternich\'s daughter Leontine, was regarded as the best rider of the day, riding. He became famous mainly dressage perfect English Melton Mowbray, where he participated in year 1833 hunt. In 1850 suffered a fall from a horse serious head injury from which is completely healed. He suffered from memory lapses with occasional hospital stays. Loyalty to the dynasty was the favorite and special guests Habsburg dynasty. Zofia Archduchess and Archduke Charles had him very excited and invited to his table. Never not interrupted if there was a shared lunch at the failure of his memory.
Ján Mihalovics (1877-1939), a native Prievidza contributed to the development of mining education in Slovakia. He attended high school in Nitra and Bratislava, Budapest and law in mining at the Academy of Mining and Forestry in Banská Štiavnica. He worked as a university teacher, since 1934 a university professor. He lectured at the Academy of Mining and Forestry in Banská Štiavnica. In 1919 he moved to Sopron. He studied the history of mining in Slovakia and the Mining Academy in Banská Štiavnica. I.a. to Hungarian translation of the work of mining. Roman Catholic priest in the Low Tatras was 1892-1905 Sigismund Platthy.
Lukáčovce district Nitra. During the 16th century in the possession of the village were replaced genera Požáry, Pongrácz, Nyáryi and Thurzo. Around 1620 comes to the village Lukáčovce new noble family Sandor of Szlavnicza. Sandors were the Trenčín nobility in the first half of the 13th century. In August 1788 they promoted to county status. In Lukáčovce (Lakács) since 1733 part of the share ownership of the village refer Nitra bishopric, but part compossessorate retained. End of the bishop\'s ownership of the village dates back to the twenties of the 20th century, when was a large land reform. After the Second World War, the rest of the Bishops\' assets nationalized.
Inventory of nobility: Malé Chyndice, Stephanus Sandor de Szlavnicza Kis Hind 1677, Ladislaus Sandor de Szlavnicza 1640-77; Joannes Sandor de Szlavnicza senior, qui Ladislaum, Josephum, Joanne, Franciscum, Samuel et Julianna; Paolus Sándor de Szlavnicza, qui Paulum, Stephanum, Evam et Susanna; Michael Sandor de Szlavnicza, qui Elisabeth Saram, Susanna et Julianna; Stephanus Sandor de Slavnica senior, qui Samuel, Stephanum, Evam et Annam; Francuscus Sandor de Slavnica, et qui Franciscum Sophia; Stephanus Sandor de Slavnicza junior, Andreu et qui Saram ;
Shadow memories are lost in the mists of time. Ladislav Mednyánszky childhood spent in the Beckov. His paintings familiar sadness for a falling irretrievably into the past of his social class. The biggest loss of its status experienced Medňansky generation. So I understand only its members.
Pavel Ondrejkovič, great-grandson of noble sir Stephanus Sandor de Szlavnicza
Author mausoleum of prince Imre Thokoly in New Lutheran church between 1982-1990 more than once visited. On that occasion not only to commemorate his famous relative, but a friend of his family the District Chief of Kežmarok Dr. Alex Lutšek, brother in Law of General M. R. Štefánik. In the spring of 1944 brother-in-law of General MR Stefanik and Notary Public in Spišská Nová Ves Dr. Ladislav Stefánik, Dr. Stefanik Alexander Luštek provided in Kežmarok both asylum newly married First lieutenant in reserve Aladár Ondrejkovič and Elizabeth Ličko, but also the mother of the bride Juliana Ličko nee Stiglitz.
Etela baronne Ivánka de Draskocz et Jordánfold.