Hungarian noble family dating from the middle ages


17-Dec-2017 22:32

Since the 17th century, they were among the great landowner magnates of the Kingdom of Hungary during the time it was part of the Habsburg Empire and later Austria-Hungary.

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The present town developed in the 15th century, when the small villages of Hd, Vsrhely, Tarjn and brny joined and established a market town. In the Middle Ages markets and livestock trade fueled the town's growth.

Their first known ancestors were Mokud (Mocud) from the Salamon clan, who was a military serviceman and landowner in the Csallóköz region of Western Hungary (today Žitný ostrov in southwestern Slovakia), and Pristaldus, a judicial office-holder in the court of Béla III of Hungary.



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