John LAMBERT (1820, Yorkshire, England - 1893, Utah, USA)

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  • ID: I156
  • Name: Josephus Franciscus Antonius VAY
  • Sex: M 1
  • Birth: APR 1743 in Kosd, Nógrád, Hungary
  • Christening: 15 APR 1743 Kosd, Nógrád, Hungary
  • Note:

    Name: Josephus Franciscus Antonius Vay
    Bap: 15 apr 1743, Kosd, Nógrád, Hungary
    Father: Adamus Vay
    Mother: Ana Bene

    Source: Hungary Catholic Church Records, 1636 - 1895
    Film: 722413
    Digital Folder: 4594516
    Image: 44
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    Vaja

    Large village with 3,906 inhabitants 15 km west of Mátészalka. Vaja is an old settlement: historians found the first record about the village in a document from the end of the 13th century. The former Vay castle was built in Renaissance style, now it houses the Vay Ádám Museum. It is worth seeing the exhibition on Rákóczi and Rákóczi's War of Independence. In 1703 Rákóczi had a discussion on the starting of the war of independence with Ádám Vay in the Rákóczi room on the second floor and later he had a talk with General Pálffy about the conditions of a possible peace treaty in the same place. The fresco on the ceiling of the room shows how Titusz Vay rescued King Sigismund in the battle of Nikapol (1396). There is a Kuruts gallery of sculptures in the park of the castle. The Calvinist church was built in the 14th century, it is of Gothic origin, the tower is from 1824. The grave and obelisk of Ádám Vay, the marshal of Ferenc Rákóczi II., can be seen in front of it. The house of the Regional Traditions is situated in a peasant-house built in the second half of the 19th century. Near the village you can find the Lake of Vaja, or Old-Lake, the natural value of which is the sudd.




    Father: Adamus VAY b: ABT 1715 in Hungary
    Mother: Ana Mariam BENE b: NOV 1729 in Karancskeszi, N?grád, Hungary c: 18 NOV 1729 in Karancskeszi, N?grád, Hungary

    Marriage 1 Hannah SIGGESWICK b: FEB 1750 in Hutton Rudby, Yorkshire, England c: 24 FEB 1750 in Hutton Rudby, Yorkshire, England
    • Married: 10 MAR 1778 in Hutton Rudby, Yorkshire, England
    • Note: FHL 918436 2
    • Note: 2

      Joseph Vay and Hannah Sedgewick by Banns March 10th 1778.
    Children
    1. Has Children John VAY b: OCT 1778 in Crathorne, Yorkshire, England c: 11 OCT 1778 in Crathorne, Yorkshire, England
    2. Has Children Joseph VAY b: DEC 1782 in Bishopwearmouth, Durham, England c: 29 DEC 1782 in Bishopwearmouth, Durham, England
    3. Has No Children Mary VAY b: JUN 1785 in Hutton Rudby, Yorkshire, England c: 12 JUN 1785 in Hutton Rudby, Yorkshire, England
    4. Has Children Patience VAY b: 25 OCT 1787 in Crathorne, Yorkshire, England c: 28 OCT 1787 in All Saints, Crathorne, Yorkshire, England

    Sources:
    1. Type: Web Site
      Text: From the files of Venita Roylance
      venitar@mac.com
      http://www.venitap.com/Genealogy/ancestors.html
      Date: 6 MAY 2012
    2. Type: Church record
      Title: Bishop?s Transcripts
      Place: Hutton Rudby, Yorkshire, England
      Date: 1598 - 1856
      Author: Church of England, Rudby in Cleveland Parish, All Saints
      Media: Microfilm
      Repository: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
      Date: 7 MAY 2012

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