Szeged: Attila József University, Grant 9. Tötösy de Zepetnek is a Latin form of the surname following the history of Hungary where until the official government language and thus most documentation since the ninth century has been in Latin: the Hungarian form of the surname is Zepetneki Tötösy. The name has been spelled in many ways over the centuries as the documents show see the article about the etymology of the surname in Summary, above.
The Tötösy de Zepetnek family's origin is in Zala County Western Hungarywhere in the adjacent villages Pacsa, Tötös, Zepethk, and Kerecseny Tötösy families keresés women only region puy guillaume as nobilitas prima occupatio nobles [i.
But the governor ruled that these were nobles since Saint Stephen [first king of Hungary following the Magyar conquest of the Danube Basin in the 9th century crowned AD ] and then the soldier nobles recognized this" Holub 2, Tötösy families with first names occur, e. These families were small landholders, served mostly as military officers with the privilege of no taxation, such nobles were required to serve at war at own cost and served in the county administration which until has been the privilege of nobility.
Ennek az ajánlásnak az egyik célja az, hogy a tagállamok hatásköreinek sérelme nélkül hozzájáruljon az említett irányelv hatékony végrehajtásához. Ez az ajánlás a romák elleni gyűlöletbeszéd, gyűlölet-bűncselekmények és erőszak ellen irányuló intézkedések megerősítését célozza.
In addition to the Zala County Tötösy families, several other Tötösy families exist ed in Western and South-Western Hungary including the counties of Vas, Baranya, Tolna, Somogy, and Győr and in a few cases in other regions of the country.
After the Battle of Mohács in — a period in Hungarian history when the devastation of the country and the consequent social upheaval caused by the Ottoman and Habsburg invasions resulted in the re- organization of the administrative structures and the property situation of the nobility along with the ennoblement or the reennoblement of large numbers of previously noble families — numerous Tötösy families were recorded in various registers of nobility.
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Although some of these families were the same family's branches, others are not related and thus different Tötösy families with various spellings of the surname.
Most had noble status; however, not all owned landed property at various times of the registries' recording. It is during this period from the 16th to the 18th century that the legal, economic, social, cultural, and documentary consolidation of the large Hungarian minor nobility occurred and many acquired patents of nobility while others did not. Following royal donation issued by Rudolph II. Georgius and his family are inducted in keresés women only region puy guillaume owners of a noble manor curia nobilitaris and landed property possessio in the Vas County villages of Ják Gyák and Sorkikisfalud.
Domina Catharina, widowed beforeacquires further landed property in the village of Ják in and receives a letter of royal confirmation of the landed noble property from Vas County.
The Tötösy de Zepetnek family owns landed property until the late eighteenth century in the Vas County villages of Sorkikisfalud, Unyom, Kajd, Szécseny, etc. In addition to farming their landed properties, members of the family since the middle ages serve as military officers, county and city administrators and since the 19th century in educated professions teachers and professors, lawyers, physicians, Roman Catholic priests, etc. The Single kör kleve de Zepetnek coat-of-arms : "Arms: Per fess Gules and Azure, over all out of a coronet Or jewelled Gules and Azure a cubit arm Argent holding a keresés women only region puy guillaume of wheat in bend sinister between in chief a crescent and a mullet of six points, both Or.
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