In Cigeľ belonged to the Recsényi (Rišňovský, Rechenyi) family, but after the year 1600 is mentioned as the property of Sandor de Szlavnicza family. Ladislaus II. Sandor of Szlavnicza (vicecomes of the Nitra) had three children with Erika Balogh of Nebojsa: Anna, Michael and Adam. Anna married Imre Madocsányi, Michael took to wife Eve Kerekes and Adam Bora Majthényi. Family Sándor was property and consanguineous well as other noble families of Upper Nitra - Ujfalusi, Rajcsányi, Majthényi, girls Tarnóczi, Kostoláni. In 1675, there is at Bojnice Castle of Palffy family, neighborhood Prievidza Magyarize, the municipality receives the name "Czigel". At that time the village was 37 wooden houses, which used to be 324 people. In these years the village belongs not only Palffy family but manage on its territory and 3 Yeoman.
Adam Sandor of Szlavnicza next the Trenčín, which came on the economy only occasionally. Serfs peasants ruled over his servants, to oversee the master got every third episode of everything made. Assets managed by of Sandor oldest son Mikolaus. According to documents in the Slovak National Archives in Bratislava was on this property debt. To be able to manage, borrowed from the widow Pálffy 1,150 gold. After 1659, he decided to sell the property in Cígel, in order to purchase another property in the vicinity Szlavnicza. Cígel economy he not rent, surveillance was more than the yield of villein holdings.
Mikolaus Sandor managed property:
1. Račko Matt
2. Chrebet John
3. John Mjartan
4. Kôročka John (family died out after 1650)
5. Jamriška Zachar
6. Mjartan Martin
7. Mjartan Elias
8. Matthew Chobot
In the year 1660 Sandor family gave serfs peasants to advance Pálffy for 1,900 guilders. Inventory holdings in question is stored in the Slovak state archive (SNA) in Bratislava, which is presented in the name of peasant serfs, the name of his wife and children\'s names, number of livestock, poultry and area property.
The next owners of the land area of the village Cígeľ was Emercus (Imre) Madocsányi of Turiec married the daughter of Vicecomes de Nitra Ladislaus (László) Sandor de Szlavnicza (his wife Erzse Balogh) Anna Sandor de Szlavnicza. The Cigel had three peasant settlements and two peasants. He also gave his homestead to advance Pálffy for 1100 gold. Madocsányi had Cigel yeoman mansion that was the place where he now resides Svítok Janos - Racke to this Court is called to Kurinov. Report should call into Curia. I believe that this gentleman\'s property was as stated in the communal forest statements that they were only three peasant settlements. It is certain that it was the property because of all the feudal estates in Cigel smallest.
Mikolaus Sandor de Szlavnicza farming only estates Hronceje, Jamriškeje, Gazdinkeje, Kováčikeje and Cmarkeje. Madocsányi Krauskeje were possessions, and iliac Kurineje. Third squire in the Cigel was Géczy.
Comes of the Turiec Peter count Révay was husband of Erzsébeth Sandor de Szlavnicza. István III Sandor de Szlavnicza had a third wife Erzsébeth Révay.
The chronicle of Cígeľ states that all three Sándor (Michael, Adam Sandor de Szlavnicza and Anna Sandor with her husband Imre Madocsányi) family in the 17th century sold the property in Cigel Pálffy family, the chronicle of this period also mentioned Géczi (Ghyczy? ) and M. Nemček. Pálffy family in 1762 built a stone church. Pálffy family possessions were in Cigel, including mining rights until the early 20th century.
Anna Fugger. György III. Thurzó de Bethlenfalva *03.19.1521 Spiš †26.03.1467 Augsburg, wife Anna Fugger *29.11.1481 Augsburg †04.15.1535 Augsburg, grandson of Alexis II. Thurzo de Bethlenfalva *1540 †1594 wife Borbála Countess Zrinski de Szigeth, children Maria Felizitas Thurzo de Bethlenfalva (her stepson Ferenc Sandor de Szlavnicza), Zsuzsanna Thurzo de Belhlenfalva, Bernhard Thurzo de Bethlenfalva, Borbála Thurzo de Bethlenfalva.
Great Čepčín in the district Turčianske Teplice. The village is first mentioned in 1262 as Cheptsin, in the year 1343 as Shepcsin, Cepchin, Chepchin in the year 1369 as Chepchen in the year 1534 as Nagyczepchyn in the year 1736 as Nagy Cscheptschin, Slauice Welky Cseptzjn, in 1773 as Welky Czepczin, Hungarian Nagycsepcsén. From the year 1383 village belonged Vladars, in 1663 there were mansions and Sandors and Bendíks.
Palatine of Hungaria, comes of Orava György VII Count Thurzo de Bethlenfalva was born Sept. 2, 1567 in the castle Lietava. His secretary and Royal Prosecutor was György Závodszký de Závodje. After the death of palatine György Thurzo was also secretary Imre Thurzo. Joannes Sándor de Slavnicza was vice-palatine de Hongrie (1616). In the 16th century the manor and castle Tematín be held Zipser branch of the Thurzo. King Ludwig II. June 20, 1524 it sold Alexius I. Thurzo for 24,000 gold. After his death in 1543 dominions Tematín, Šintava, Hlohovec and Richnava accrue daughters, Anne and Elizabeth, male offspring had. Another family ordered Zipser and Bojnice dominion. There was a testament satisfied, began a decade-long dispute ended in 1596, when died Anna Salm, daughter of Elizabeth Thurzo. The property inherited and divided Stanislaus, Nichlas and Kristof, grandchildren of Kremnica Comorian Count György III. Thurzo, older brother of Alexei Thurzo.
Friedrich I. King of Bohemia (1619-1620) *26.08.1596 Deinschwang next Neumarkt in the Oberpfalz †11.29.1632 in Mainz. Friedrich V. was from 1610 to 1623 Count of Pfalz, Kurfürst of the Pfalz and as Friedrich I. 1619-1620 King of Bohemia. In the spring of 1620 resulted in Prague Emericus (Imre) Thurzo de Bethlenfalva delegation discussed with the Czech Estates Friedrich von der Pfalz and the Czech state military assistance against the Emperor Ferdinand II. Friedrich von der Pfalz and Gabriel Bethlen, represented by Emmerich (Imre) Thurzo, signed a defense pact April 25, 1620 solemnly proclaimed in St. Vitus Cathedral at Prague Castle. Emericus Thurzo died suddenly in 1621 at the age of 23 during the peace negotiations between Bethlen and the emperor in Mikulov. (According to historical sources was not Emericus (Imre) Thurzo murdered at the instigation of Paolus (Pál) Nádasdy son of Čachtice bloody countess Elisabeth Báthory) His death progeny of Gregorius VII. Thurzo de Bethlenfalva died out in the male line.
M.D. Johannes Jessenius de Gross-Jessen, a close relative of the genus Sandor de Szlavnicza was executed on June 21, 1621 with 27 masters of the Old Town Square in Prague, because as a diplomat in the service of the Czech becomes one with Gabriel Bethlen a coronation for the purpose of the alliance against the emperor. His writings were the ideological basis Habsburg resistance. Judgment of the Court was - alive he rip tongue - the fourth and beheaded him. Head and the tongue together with the heads of the other eleven lords a warning nailed Oltown tower, where it remained for ten years. His body was quartered at Mountain Gate and part impaled on wheels for public display. Jessenius remains later moved to Tyn Cathedral, over time disappeared.
The estate Tematín given in advance Weihardt Salm for 48,000 gold. In died 1609 Nicholas and in 1614 died Kristof childless. Most of the assets exceeds the Stanislaus, the composition of the amount paid castle Tematín from backup. Stanislaus III. Thurzo de Bethlenfalva took care of the repair and rearm. After the death of Stanislaus III. Thurzo in 1625 received his possessions Stanislaus children, Adam, Michael and Eve. Eva, married Stephen Pográni, given dominion Tematín. She died in 1627, the same year he died and her brother Stanislaus IV. Thurzo, in 1635 and died in 1636 without descendants Adam and Michal, Thurzo property complex took the royal chamber. The estate of Tematín chamber with the consent of the monarch from it in 1638 as a backup was taken over by the main Moravian governor in the years 1648-1655 Johann von Rottal (*1605 +1674) and his siblings, who married to Sandor de Szlavnicza family in marriage and property relations. Johann von Rottal release quarter dominion Tematín Stephanus Csáky and his wife Eve Forgách. Daughter of Maria Felicitas Thurzo de Bethlenfalva Susanne von Rottal (sister of wife\'s Ferenc Sandor de Szlavnicza) its share chartered in 1653 to Georgius Beréni.
In 1660 the peasant serfs Sandor gave the backup Pálffy za 1900 gold. Inventory of the holdings are stored in the SNA in Bratislava, it is the name of peasant serf, the name of his wife and children\'s names, number of livestock, poultry and acreage property.
In the year 1720 the village of Modrová in the former estate of Tematín, in the present district of Nové Mesto nad Váhom, became the sole property of the Sándor de Slávnica family.
Cardinal Imre Csáky. The village of Lúka with the manor house was owned by Gaspar Sándor de Szlávnicz, among other members of the Sándor family. In 1723, Adalbert Sandor de Szlavnicza, the mayor of Nitra, already owned the entire Lúka estate. According to the pre-emption right, he bought the remaining advance and inscription rights to the Tematín estate from the relative of Sándor\'s family, Cardinal Imre Count Csáky, for a residual sum of 7683 gold. He became the owner of most of the former Tematín estate.
Lúka manor house. Sp. D. Ferenc Sandor de Szlavnicza and wife Sp. Da Motesiczky Borbála their son Sp. D. István Sandor * 11.08.1751 Lúka district Nitra † 29.03.1815 Wien).
Palace of Antal Sandor de Szlavnicza (*1734 † 1788) in the Budapest
Husaren Regiment Nro. 7 Stab Vukovar in Slavonien Jahr 1798, Zweite-Rittmeister Michael Sandor v. Slavnicza ;
Hussar Regiment No 7 Liechtenstein Johan Furst the year 1801, staff in Italien Erste-Rittmeister Michael Sandor v. Slavnicza ;
Militär Almanach Nro. XX. fur das Jahr 1810 Husar Regt. Nro. 6 Hadik Andreas, Blankenstein Ernst. Staab Rzeszow in Galicien. Seconds-Rittmeister Ondrejkovits Job, Farkas Georg, Revay Baron Georg. Ober-Lieutenants. Keglevits Graf Alex, Zapary Graf Mich, Bossanyi Joh.;
Militär Almanach Nro XXI. Schematismus der Osterreichisch Kaiserlichen Armée fur das Jahr 1811. Husársky regiment č. 6 Hadík Andreas, Blankenstein Ernst. Štáb: Rzeszow in Galicien. Seconds-Rittmeister. Andrejkovits Joh., Farkas Georg, Liskay Andr., Zvolensky Emer. Ober-Lieutenant. Keglevich Gr. Alex., Bossányi Joh., Zsolnay Gasp.
In the 2003, the author examined a timbered wooden but plastered run-up house built on the original stone foundations of the Sandor de Szlavnicza manor in the village of Slávnica in the Ilava district. Some parts of it were primed. Also inside the building, the wooden partitions were plastered and a painting with a roller was made on them. In its closest vicinity, lush vegetation grew from overgrown trees. The roofing was made of non-original asbestos-cement tiles, which were produced in the interwar period. Situation in 2003.
Contumaz Amt zu Bodza, Caplan Sandor Samuel, the year 1840 Franciscaner-Ordenpriester ;
Matilda Mária Sandor de Szlavnicza * March 21, 1798 Vienna † November 11, 1843 Budapest. Her father was Count Vincze Sandor de Szlavnicza, mother Anna Mária Szapáry de Muraszombath, Széchysziget et Szapár. She married Gábor Keglevich de Buzin. Mother Stefanie Keglevich ; Alexandra Keglevich ; Eugénia Keglevich; Emma Keglevich; Gyula Sándor Ádám Gábor Keglevich and 2 others. Sister of Vilma Sandor, Móricz Sandor and Erzsébet Sandor.
The year 1843 In Siebenburgen, Commandirender General. Justiz Departement Zugetheilt. Sandor Andr. v., Hauptm. - Auditor aus dem Pensions. - Stande ; Qua-Garnisons-Auditor. ;
Dans 1847 3e Uhlanen Regiment - Unterlieutenant 2. Classe Sandor Dionysius v. ;
Uhlanen Regiment No 4 Kaiser Franz Joseph the year 1848, Oberst. lieutn. Piret de Bihain, Unterlieutnant 2. Classe Sandor Dionysius v. ;
Hussar Regiment No 11 Wurttemberg Alexander Prinz zu the year 1850 Unterlieutenant 2. Classe Sandor Georg ;
Hussar Regiment No 7. Oberlieutenant Sandor Coloman v. ; The year 1852 Gericht Actuare Sandor Andreas zu Zara;
Paulina Balazsovits * 28.06.1857 Veľké Bielice No.53 parents Stephanus Balaszovits and Anna Zavodszky godparents Joannes Matula Ludirector and Anna Prokop uxor prioris ;
The palace of the house Keglevich (Keglevits) in the Bratislava. Count Keglevich\'s family is related to the families Sandor de Szlavnicza, Szapáry and Ondrejkovič, thus indirectly also Turba. Military Almanac No. XX. for the year 1810 Hussar Regt. No. 6 Hadik Andreas, Blankenstein Ernst. Staab Rzeszow in Galicien. Second-Rittmeister Ondrejkovits Job, Ober-Lieutenants Keglevits Count Alex, Zapary Count Mich, Bossányi Joh.
His bloodthirsty cousin Móricz count Sandor of Slavnicza (* 23. mai 1805 Buda † 23. february 1878 Wien), considered to be the best rider of the continent.
The castle and palace Blue Stone was owned by family Balassa de Kekko et Gyarmat until the mid-19th century. The following genera were family Sandor de Szlavnicza property and tied by blood marriages more common relatives. These families were linked by marriage of Ferenz II. Sandor de Szlavnicza and Anna Baroness Balassa de Kekko et Gyarmat *1698 †18.09.1731.
I.R. No 69 Jelačič de Buzin the year 1865 Unterlieutenant 2. Classe Julius Sandor v. Slavnicza ;
Pionier Bataillon No 4 the year 1859 staff-station: Trient, Unterlieutenannt 2. Classe Julius Sandor v. Slavnicza ;
Mausoleum of Móricz count Sandor de Szlavnicza and family Sandor de Szlavnicza.
Oszkár baron Ivanka de Draskócz et Jordánföld, blood relative of Trenčín County Judge Stephanus Sandor de Szlavnicza after his mother Esztera Ivanka de Draskócz et Jordánföld. Baron Ivanka Oszkár (* 1852 Budapest † 30 December 1936): Hungarian aristocrat, battle hero, politician - deputy, landowner (photo: Koller, Budapest 1880). He was related to the Ondrejkovič family not only through the Sándor family, but also through Anna Zsittnyan from Bánovce nad Bebravou.
Before the year 1906 Janko Jesenský (a relative of the Sándor family from Szlávnicza) practiced lawyer from Bánovce nad Bebravou in the law office of the Ondrejkovič family of lawyer Juraj Mičura in Veľká Bytča with JUDr. Martin Mičura.
District Notary D. Štefan Ondrejkovič and his honored mother-in-law Mária Sandor de Szlavnicza, born Marko, are buried in Veľké Bielice.
In the Military Strap in Upper Motešice (in the past he belonged to the comapseorate of the family Motesiczky, blood and property relatives) Lieutenant cavalry Aladár II. Ondrejkovič took remonts even after 14 March 1939 for the 11th Dragons Regiment "King Carol II of Romania".
Prešov Alcohol Refinery, participating company, minutes of the Board of Directors meeting on November 6, 1940. J. Bujanovics, new members of the Board of Directors and Supervisory Board Dr. A. Ondrejkovič became vice-chairman, dr. Š. Fritz, dr. B. Germuška, A. Ketzer or A. Bakajsa. Less active were the members of the board of directors A. Ardó, L. Ghillányi, G. Hedry, I. Péchy and dr. D. Piller. The members of the Supervisory Board E. Lábaj and G. Pulszky and the director of the company E. Arje took part. The chairman reported on the economic results, the director informed about the operation and its security. He suggested that the management donate 2,000 SK to the unemployed this year as well. It was agreed. The director did not participate in the next meeting, as it concerned Act no. 256 of 1 October 1940, on the employment of Jews in companies in Slovakia. Following the discussion, a decision was taken:
“...Pursuant to a government regulation, an application is submitted to the Central Economic Office for work permits for Jewish distillery employees. Preliminarily, everything remains unchanged. The monthly salary of the director Eugen Arje is set at 3,500 SK and remains justified in his qualification with the right to a power of Attorney Dr. personally discussed the possibilities of maintaining the situation. Dr. A. Ondrejkovič with the Minister of Orthodoxy dr. G. Fritz, confirmed the situation. E. Lábaj, a representative of Ľudová banka in Ružomberok, also expressed satisfaction. No major changes took place in the operation, as evidenced by the results presented at the General Meeting in April 1941. Profit 257 010.55 KS, about the previous year, the company partially improved its position in accounting. We managed to increase the amount of cash, it was in the cash register and to reduce the item of securities. They managed to collect part of the receivables, settling at 2.6 million KS. The upward trend was maintained by operating costs, exceeding 1.1 million crowns. The company, despite the fact that it could settle part of its older liabilities, contributed SK 23,872.25 to the golden treasure of the Slovak Republic .... Source: Annales historici presovienses no. 1/2011, vol. 11, Patrik Derfiňák: Industrial alcohol refinery in Prešov and its activities in the years 1903-1945 p. 122. ŠA Prešov. Fund Regional Court Prešov, Company Department, i. no. 592. B II 272. 53. 42/1940. box. 53. 45/1941. Final accounts for the business year 1939 - 40. XIX. vintage. Prešov 1940.
The cooperative of economic distilleries from Bratislava was represented on September 29, 1941 at the General Assembly of the Prešov Alcohol Refinery Dr. Aladár Ondrejkovič. At that time, he was already active in the capital and submitted documents to the General Assembly authorizing him to vote for 1,250 participants. Source: Annales historici presovienses no. 1/2011, vol. 11, Patrik Derfiňák: ŠA Prešov. Industrial alcohol refinery in Prešov and its activities in the years 1903-1945 p. 123. Fund Regional Court Prešov, Company Department, i. no. 592. B II 272. 53. 49/1942.
Teeth with jaws of mastodons, prehistoric elephants dedicated to the Slovak museums by their great donor, brother of the author\'s old mother Maria Ondrejkovičová Chief Justice Gejza Turba. Photographs of the findings of the museums in Prievidza and St. Martin donated by the amateur archaeologist and paleontologist, Mr. G. Turba, wrote to the author of the palaeontologist Mgr. Csaba Tóth, PhD., Central Slovakia Museum in Banská Bystrica.
The crumbling abandoned stables of the former horse farm on the former property of the Sandor de Szlavnicza family in the village of Slávnica, Ilava district. Photographed by the author during his personal visit to Slávnica in 2003.
Remarks: 21.06.1621 was in Prague in Old Town Square executed by Country Joanes Jessenius blood related of family Sandor de Szlavnicza - Ondrejkovič ; In 1636, the owners of the village of the Bojnice - the family Thurzo, died by the sword ; The Vice President of the Slovak landscape Mgr. Janko Jesenský after 1920 worked his relatives Ondrejkovič (Sandor) and Balažovič (Turba) as functions of district Chief of Banská Bystrica, Zlaté Moravce (Dr. Aladár I. Ondrejkovič to 1924 Main Slúžny - supremus iudex in Great Topolčany) and Vráble, Košice (Stefan Balažovič). Ie. continued administration districts (counties pp) Slovakia their families since 1556. Prior to 1914 Janko Jesenský he practiced in the office of their relative lawyer Juraj\'s Mičura in Bytča ;
Source: Mária Ondrejkovičová Turbová ; Gejza Turba ; archbishop Ján Sokol 19.01.2001 Bratislava ; Lady Zora Kyselová STV ; Mgr. Peter Múčka ; Univerzitná knižnica Bratislava ; Patrik Derfiňák ;
Johann Jakob Fugger
Catharine Fugger native Thurzó de Bethlenfalva * 1488 Kraków † 31.01.1535 Augsburg; György III Thurzó de Bethlenfalva * 1467 † 1521 & 1497 Anna Fugger * 1481 † 1535; György III Thurzo the son of Johann III Thurzo (* 26.03.1437 Krakow † 19.03.1508 Augsburg) married Anna Fugger (* 1481 † 1535) on 11.10.1497, possibly Catharine Fugger had a second wife. In 1517 he moved to Augsburg. He had 6 children.
Johann Jakob Fugger
The grandfather\'s mother\'s name of author is Anna Sandor de Szlavnicza. Her family connection: Johann Jakob Freiherr von Rottal, his wife Mária Felicitas Thurzo de Bethlenfalva was the daughter of the Zipser county Alexius II Thurzo and Barbara Zrinski. The castle and manor of Tematín were given by the monarch in advance to Johann von Rottal and siblings, they were related to the family of Sandor de Szlavnicza by among others through Catherine Baroness von Rottal, wife of Ferenc I Sandor de Szlavnicza (his brother Trenčín Vicecomes Imre I Sandor de Szlavnicza). Johannes von Rottal released part of the property of Tematín to István Csáky and his wife Eve Forgách. Zsuszana von Rottal (sister of Kata von Rottal and daughter of Maria Felicitas Thurzo) leased her share in 1653 to György the free lord Berényi, with whom she was in family relations with among others through the Sandor de Szlavnicza, Szluha and Nyári families. The author\'s direct ancestors also had a connection to the Fugger-Thurzo family - Zvolen chairmen by Caraffa court, martyred György Radvánszky and vicecomes Thomas Beniczky (their ancestors) on 18 April 1687 in Prešov, and also through the Trenčín chairman Pál III Sandor de Szlavnicza János II Radvánszky, his daughter Barbara Radvánszky married the Trenčín vicecomes Pál III Sandor de Szlavnicza).
I recommend to the esteemed attention the physical similarity of Baroness Ivanka\'s Etelka with Johann Jakob Fugger.
The headquarters of the Eastern Military District in Trenčín and communist State secret security were informed about the kinship of Anna Ondrejkovič born Sandor de Szlavnicza (through her ancestors) with the Thurzo and Fugger families, as her grandson, Lieutenant cavalry Aladár II Ondrejkovič as an officer in active service was obliged in 1939 to submit to the Ministry of National Defense in Bratislava his registry documents to the third knee in connection with racial laws.