Person:Ilona Szilágyi (1) - Genealogy
Ilona Szilágyi
d.Aft 1482
Facts and Events
Name Ilona Szilágyi
Gender Female
Marriage to Vlad III the Impaler _____
Death[1] Aft 1482
Reference Number? Q6001059?

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Justina Szilágyi de Horogszeg (; before 1455 – 1497) was a Hungarian noblewoman, who became the second wife of Vlad the Impaler, Voivode of Wallachia. She was the daughter of Ladislaus or Osvát Szilágyi and thus a cousin of Matthias Corvinus, King of Hungary. Corvinus first gave her in marriage to Wenceslas Pongrác of Szentmiklós. Pongrác had inherited estates in Upper Hungary (present-day Slovakia), but was forced to renounce them in exchange for landed property he and Justina jointly received in Transylvania following their marriage. After Pongrác died in 1474, the widowed Justina married Vlad, whom Corvinus acknowledged as the lawful voivode of Wallachia in 1475. Vlad seized Wallachia in late 1476, but was soon murdered. To strengthen her claim to her Transylvanian estates, she married Paul Suki, who was related to the former owners of those territories. After the death of Suki, in 1479, Justina was married to John Erdélyi of Somkerék, until her death in 1497.

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  1. Ilona Szilágyi, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.