|Bearer of the sword|
|Noble family||House of Cseszneky|
He became the swordbearer of the King Béla IV and held also the title Count of Trencsén. About 1263 he constructed the famous[why?] gothic Castle of Csesznek in the Bakony mountains. Jakab Cseszneky and his descendants have been called after the castle: Cseszneky.
His wife was the daughter of Mark I, member of the clan Csák. His sons, Miklós, Lőrinc, Szomor and Mihály were important[why?] supporters of the Kings Ladislaus IV of Hungary and Charles I of Hungary and fought bravely against Máté Csák III, the powerful Hungarian feudal lord.
- Györffy György: Az Árpád-kori Magyarország történeti földrajza
- The castle of Csesznek
- Szilágyi Sándor: A Magyar Nemzet Története
JakabBorn: ? Died: ?
| Bearer of the sword
| Master of the cupbearers
| Judge royal