Eszter Lázár

3 February 1893–8 May 1954 (Age 61)
Nyárád, Veszprém, Hungary

The Life of Eszter

When Eszter Lázár was born on 3 February 1893, in Nyárád, Veszprém, Hungary, her father, Lázár Mihály, was 39 and her mother, Zsófia Szántó, was 30. She married Károly Mórocz in 1915, in Nyárád, Veszprém, Hungary. They were the parents of at least 1 son and 2 daughters. She died on 8 May 1954, in her hometown, at the age of 61.

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Family Time Line

Károly Mórocz
1889–1953
Eszter Lázár
1893–1954
Marriage: 1915
Lenke Mórocz
1914–2005
Lenke Mórocz
1914–1980
Gyula Mórocz
1920–1944

Spouse and Children

MARRIAGE
1915
Nyárád, Veszprém, Hungary
children

(3)

    Lenke Mórocz

    Female1914–2005Female

    Female1914–1980Female

    Gyula Mórocz

    Male1920–1944Male

Parents and Siblings

    Lázár Mihály

    Male1853–Male

    Female1862–1954Female

siblings

(6)

+1 More Child

World Events (5)

1914

Age 21

WWI. Hungary fights on the losing side and the monarchy collapses.
1920

Age 27

Hungary loses large part of territory to Czechoslovakia, Romania, Russia and Yugoslavia. The National Assembly restores Kingdom of Hungary. Horthy becomes regent and remains influential until 1944.
1938

Age 45

Germany raise treaties in Munich and Vienna in which Southern Slovakia and Northern Transylvania were returned to Hungary.

Name Meaning

1 Jewish, German, Hungarian (Lázár), Slovenian, and Polish: from a personal name of Aramaic origin, a reduced form of the Hebrew male personal name Elazar, composed of the elements El ‘God’ + azar ‘help’, and meaning ‘may God help him’ or ‘God has helped (i.e., by granting a son)’. This was well established in central Europe as a Jewish name, but was also popular among Christians because it is recorded in the New Testament. Lazaros is the New Testament Greek form of the name of the brother of Martha and Mary, who was restored to life by Christ (John 11: 1– 44). As a non-Jewish name it was also used as a nickname for a beggar or an outcast leper; this use arises from the parable of Dives and Lazarus (Luke 16: 19–31). It may also be Greek, a shortened form of a patronymic based on this name, for example Lazarakis, Lazaridis, Lazaroglou, Lazaropoulos.2 Slovenian: topographic name for someone who lived in a area of cleared woodland, from laz ‘cleared woodland’ + the agent noun suffix -ar.

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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