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Inkey de Pallin Family

This family is mentioned in documents from the beginning of the sixteenth century. They were probably of Hungarian origin...

This family is mentioned in documents from the beginning of the sixteenth century. They were probably of Hungarian origin. They got the title de Pallin (Pallinski) in 1724, an Austrian barony in 1856, a Hungaro-Croatian barony in 1875, and a Hungarian barony in 1895. Petar Inkéy (d. 1670) was the first family member who had lands in Croatia. In 1630 he bought Dubrava Forest in Meðimurje, land around Kotoriba and Legrad Castle. His son Franjo III (b. 1640) bought the Koprivnički Ivanec estate. Franjo’s son Ivan (1680-1747) bought the Imbriovec estate and got the title de Pallin. His oldest son was killed in a war and his second son Baltazar (1726-1792) inherited the family lands, he is considered the forefather of the Croatian branch of the Inkéy family. Baltazar’s Croatian lands were inherited by his son Mirko I (1757-1813) and then by his grandson Mirko II (1787-1848). Rasinja estate went through its peak at the time of Ferdinand Inkéy (1829-1890), who became a baron of Hungary-Croatia in 1875. His son Mirko III did not take so much interest in the Rasinja estate and only lived there occasionally. In 1944 the Inkéy family moved from Rasinja to Hungary, to the Miszla estate near Székszárd. Today their descendents live in Austria.


 
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