Baron Laszlo de Dirsztay

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Ladislaus (Laszlo) de Dirsztay (Fischl de Dirsztay), Baron

Also Known As: "Baron von Dirsztay", "Fischl", "Fisch"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
Death: Died in Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Cause of death: Lungenentzündung
Place of Burial: Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Immediate Family:

Son of Baron Guttmann Fischl de Dirsztay and Baroness Emma Tornyai Schossberger
Husband of Georgine von Dirsztay
Ex-husband of Roza Etelka Adelheid von Dirsztay
Father of Andreas, Baron Andor Dirsztay de Dirsztay; Baron Anton von Dirsztay; Victor Adolf, Baron Adolf Dirsztay de Dirsztay; Andor de Dirsztay; Ferencz de Dirsztay and 1 other
Brother of Jenny Kohner and Baron Bela Albert de Dirsztay

Occupation: kaiserlich ottomanischer Generalkonsul, Honorary Consul General for the Turkish Empire in Debrecen and later Vienna.
Managed by: Itai Hermelin
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About Baron Laszlo de Dirsztay

http://www.barrow-lousada.org/PDFdocs/DeDirsztayTreeP2.pdf Honorary consul General for the Turkish Empire in Debrecen and later Vienna. 19/4/1899 Dropped surname Fisch/Fischl, retaining Dirsztay alone. 30/11/1905 made Baron de Dirsztay by Emperor Franz Joseph. Commissioned and lived at Dirsztay Palace in Vienna & Budapest. m1 Etelka Steinfeld b Debrecen 4 Apr 1861 d Budapest 28 Mar 1943. They were divorced. Etelka married secondly Count Ernö Zichy de Vasonkeö m2 Georgina Plaut

http://www.barrow-lousada.org/ LASZLO 1860-1922 as the grandson of LAZAR 1772-1841 We have suggested they were not father (IGNASZ 1825-1907) and son (IGNASZ 1845-19170 but that the older Ignasz was the son of LAZAR Fischl and the younger Ignasz was the son of LAJOS/LAZAR Fischl. Lajos is a Hungarian equivalent of Lazar. In this way we show Lajos 1870-1932 as the grandson of Lajos Fischl 1798-1856, and LASZLO 1860-1922 as the grandson of LAZAR 1772-1841. Online sources suggest to him that Bela's father Gutmann had a father named Moses not Lajos, that the father of Moses was Lazar Eleazar Fischl b~1772 in Timisoara, and an Ignasz was a brother of Moses Fischl. On the other hand, we point to the probability that Laszlo 1860-1922 was the grandson of Lazar, and hence that Gutmann was the son of Lazar not Moses. We retain the Moses suggested by Scott McDougall as a grandson of Moses bar Baruch aka Moritz Baruh. Moritz is an equivalent of Moses. Perhaps Bela is an echo of Baruch, the father of Moritz Baruh, and the (suggested) unknown brother of Lazar 1772-1841 would have been named Baruch if he was the oldest son.

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Baron Laszlo de Dirsztay's Timeline

1856
May 3, 1856
Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
1884
June 13, 1884
Age 28
Budapest, Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
1884
Age 27
Debrecen, Debreceni, Hajdú-Bihar, Hungary
1889
January 29, 1889
Age 32
Dresden, Dresden, Saxony, Germany
1894
April 14, 1894
Age 37
Vienna, Vienna, Austria
1919
May 7, 1919
Age 63
Vienna, Vienna, Austria
1921
June 4, 1921
Age 65
Vienna, Vienna, Austria
June 6, 1921
Age 65
Vienna, Vienna, Austria