Lipthay de Kisfalud et Lubelle (baron)

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The Lipthay de Kisfalud et Lubelle family (Roman Catholics)[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11] is member of the Hungarian ancient ministerial nobility. The family's origin goes back to the 13th century, in 1248, when King Béla IV of Hungary granted land to Miloth, son of Bosin. Miloth, ancestor of Lipthay's was the only of the family surviving the battle of Muhi of 11 April, 1241.

Zaád, son of Miloth, grandson of Bosin, exchanged his inheritance with King Charles I of Hungary for Lubelle in Liptó County in year 1341. The property remained until 1945 in hands of the noble branches of the family.

In 1435, the family name of the great-grandson of Zaád, Bálint I was Lipthay de Lubelle. His descendants, in 1465, granted with land in Kisfalud, Nógrád County by King Mathias Corvinus I, were adding the name of the place - Kisfalud - to the family’s last name. Out of the flourishing noble branches of the family, two lines got the hereditary title of baron. The eldest baron line, until 1945 at its domain of Lovrin, in Temes County, a property granted to the family per Royal Decree on 4 April 1791, where bestowed with the hereditary title of baron [12] with membership at the Hungarian Parliaments Upper House. The title and diploma was forwarded in Vienna by Emperor Francis I and King of Hungary, to Frigyes, son of Field Marshal Antal Lipthay de Kisfalud et Lubelle, Knight of the Maria Therese Military Order, on 11th June 1830, later ratified in 1886.

The second title of baron, [13] without membership in the Parliaments Upper House, was forwarded by King Charles IV in Reichenau on 13 October 1917 to Béla, Royal Counsel, and to his brother Gyula, Officer of the Imperial and Royal Army, both of the younger line of the Lipthay de Kisfalud et Lubelle family.

The younger baron's line expired in its male line after passing away in combat of István on 30 August 1942. The eldest baron’s line and noble branches of the Lipthay de Kifalud et Lubelle family are still alive.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Magyar Nemzetségi Zsebkönyv – Hungarian National’s Pocketbook. Főrangú Családok, Budapest 1888, 365 366 o. – Families of the High Nobility, Budapest 1888, p. 365 366. The Hungarian Genealogy and Heraldic Society – A Magyar Heraldikai és Genealogiai Társaság.
  2. ^ Magyar Nemzetségi Zsebkönyv – Hungarian National’s Pocketbook. Nemes Családok, Budapest 1905, 394 397 o. – Families of the Nobility, Budapest 1905, p. 394 397. The Hungarian Genealogy and Heraldic Society – A Magyar Heraldikai és Genealogiai Társaság.
  3. ^ Baron János J. Gudenus, Nobilitas 2008, p. 181 213. Magyar Történelmi Családok Egyesülete - Association of Hungarian Historical Families.
  4. ^ Baron János J. Gudenus, A Magyarországi fönemesek,II. kötet 192 199 o. - The Hungarian High Nobility, Vol II p. 192 199. Budapest, 1993.
  5. ^ Guarda Mor Geneall http://www.geneall.net
  6. ^ Hungarian Biography and Database Index.
  7. ^ Leo van de Pas. http://www.genealogics.org
  8. ^ Magyarország családai czímerekkel és nemzékrendi táblákkal, Nagy Iván, VII kötet 129 136 o., Budapest 1860 – Families of Hungary with Coat of Arms and Pedigrees, by Iván Nagy, Vol VII, p. 129 136, Budapest 1860.
  9. ^ The Lipthay Family, by Iván Nagy, 1858.
  10. ^ Brief genealogy on the Lipthay de Kisfalud et Lubelle family by Szabolcs Vajay de Vaja.
  11. ^ Genealogisches Handbuch des Adels, Freiherrliche Häuser, Band XVII Gesamtreihe 107, s. 193 204. Limburg an der Lahn: C. A. Starke Verlag, 1994.
  12. ^ Liber Regius (Imperial and Royal Records). Baron title granted to Lipthay's elder line in Vienna on 11 June 1830, registered LB Vol. LXV p. 583.
  13. ^ Liber Regius (Imperial and Royal Records). Baron title granted to Lipthay's younger line in Reichenau on 13 October 1917, registered LB Vol. LXXIII p. 387.

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