Vazul (Vászoly), b. bef. 997, d. 1031/2

Father: Michael of Hungary, b. aft. 960, d. ca. 997
Vazul was held captive in the fortress at Nyitra (Nitra, Slovakia) and blinded, and had molten lead poured into his ears, possibly on orders of the wife of his cousin Stephen I, King of Hungary. Afterward his sons fled Hungary for Poland. While Béla stayed there and married Richeza, Levente and Andrew continued on to Kiev.

Some sources claim Vazul's sons were actually fathered by his brother Ladislaus the Bald, but those claims are not considered as reliable as the parentage shown here.
His wife was a member of the Tátony Clan, but her name is not known.
Married

Children:

  1. Levente of Hungary, b. ca. 1010/5, d. 1047
  2. Andrew I "the White" or "the Catholic", King of Hungary, b. ca. 1015 in Hungary, m. Anastasiya Agmunda Yaroslavna, ca. 1040 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, d. bef. 6 December 1060 in Zirc, Hungary, He became King of the Arpad Dynasty, 1046 in Hungary
  3. Béla I, King of Hungary, b. bef. 1020, m. Richeza Mieszkavna of Poland, ca. 1033, d. 11 September 1063 at Kinizsa Creek, Hungary

Michael of Hungary, b. aft. 960, d. ca. 997

Father: Taksony, Grand Prince of the Hungarians, b. ca. 931, d. ca. 973
Michael was baptized, along with his brother Géza, in 972, as Michael; named after the Archangel Michael. Due to the number of descendants named Béla, it is believed that may have been his original name.

Children:

  1. Ladislaus I "the Bald" of Arpad, b. ca. 990 in Hungary, m. Premyslava Vladimiravna, Princess of Kiev, d. bef. 1038 in Poland
  2. Vazul (Vászoly), b. bef. 997, d. 1031/2

Taksony, Grand Prince of the Hungarians, b. ca. 931, d. ca. 973

Father: Zoltán, Grand Prince of the Hungarians, b. ca. 880/903, d. ca. 950
It is said that Taksony's mother was the daughter of Menumorut, a possibly mythical opponent of Hungary who was defeated by Árpád and forced to marry his daughter to Zoltán.

Children:

  1. Géza, Grand Prince of Hungary, b. ca. 940, m. Sarolt of Transylvania, m. Adelaide (Adleta) of Poland, d. 997
  2. Michael of Hungary, b. aft. 960, d. ca. 997

Zoltán, Grand Prince of the Hungarians, b. ca. 880/903, d. ca. 950

Father: Árpád, Grand Prince of the Hungarians, b. ca. 845, d. ca. 907
He is described in the Gesta Hungarorum: "Prince Zolta was a little lisping and pale, with soft, blonde hair, of middling stature; a warlike duke, brave in spirit, merciful to his subjects, sweet of speech, but covetous of power, whom all the leading men and warriors of Hungary loved marvelously."

It is also suggested by more modern historians that Zoltán was never Grand Prince, but simply stated as so in the Gesta Hungarorum due to all the later Grand Princes and kings of Hungary being descended from him.

Children:

  1. Taksony, Grand Prince of the Hungarians, b. ca. 931, d. ca. 973

Árpád, Grand Prince of the Hungarians, b. ca. 845 in Hungary, d. 907 in Hungary, He became the first Chieftain of the Magyars, 875 in Hungary

Father: Álmos, b. ca. 820, d. ca. 895, cause of death was murder
Árpád may have had a fifth son named Liuntikas, though some sources say Liuntikas just an alternative to Tarkatzus

Children:

  1. Tarkatzus
  2. Jelek (Lelech)
  3. Jutotzas (Loutotzas)
  4. Zoltán, Grand Prince of the Hungarians, b. ca. 880/903, d. ca. 950

Álmos, b. ca. 820, d. ca. 895, cause of death was murder

Father: Elöd or Ügyek
Mother: Ermese
Álmos may have had other sons.

The name of Álmos' father is not known for certain. Some historians claim that "Elöd is simply Hungarian for "ancestor", and that Ügyek comes from ügy, the Hungarian word for "saint or holy". However, in my opinion, a class="nothing" name deriving from a word is not sufficient to doubt that it is the name of a real person. However, since there is very little actual documentation about these families, it is impossible to know for sure who his father was.

Children:

  1. Árpád, Grand Prince of the Hungarians, b. ca. 845, d. ca. 907

Elöd or Ügyek

Father: Ügyek
Spouse: Ermese
Father: Eunedubelian
Married

Children:

  1. Álmos, b. ca. 820, d. ca. 895, cause of death was murder

Ladislaus I "the Bald" of Arpad, b. bef. 997 in Hungary, d. bef. 1030 in Poland

Father: Michael of Hungary, b. aft. 960, d. ca. 997

Spouse: Premyslava Vladimiravna, Princess of Kiev, b. ca. 980 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, d. 1018 in Hungary

Father: Vladimir "The Great" of Kiev, b. 960 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, d. 15 July 1015 in Berestovo, Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine
Mother: Rogneda, Princess of Polotsk, b. ca. 962 in Polotsk, Polotsk, Byelorussia, d. 1002
Married .

Children:

  1. Bonuzlo (Domoslav)