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  1. Stephen Báthory was born on 27 September 1533 in the castle at Somlyó, also known as Szilágysomlyó (today's Șimleu Silvaniei ). He was the son of Stephen VIII Báthory (d. 1534) of the noble Hungarian Báthory family and his wife Catherine Telegdi. He had at least five siblings: two brothers and three sisters. Little is known about his childhood.

  2. Stephen Báthory of Somlyó ( Hungarian: somlyói Báthory István; 1553 – 21 February 1601) was a Hungarian nobleman, closely related to four princes of Transylvania . Contents 1 Early life 2 Royal nephew 3 Family 4 References 5 Sources Early life Stephen was the eldest son of András Báthory and his wife, Margit Majláth. He was born in 1553.

  3. Stephen Báthory (1555–1605) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Stephen Báthory of Ecsed ( Hungarian: ecsedi Báthory István; 1555 – 25 July 1605) was judge royal of the Kingdom of Hungary from 1586 to 1605. Contents 1 Early life 2 Ancestors 3 References 4 Sources Early life

  4. Stephen VIII Báthory ( Hungarian: Báthory István, pronounced [ˈbaːtori ˈiʃtvaːn]) (1477–1534) was a Hungarian noble . He was a son of Nicholas Báthory (1462–1500) of the Somlyó branch of the Báthory family, and of Sophia Bánffy de Losoncz.

  5. Stephen VII Báthory (Hungarian: Báthory István; died 3 May 1530) was a Hungarian nobleman and commander. His most prestigious position was Palatine of Hungary . Stephen belonged to the Ecsed branch of the Báthory family. His father was Andrew Báthory and his uncle was Stephen Báthory, Hungarian commander and later Voivod of Transylvania .

  6. Esteban Báthory nació el 27 de septiembre de 1533 en Somlyó como hijo de Esteban Báthory de Somlya (1477-1535) y Catalina Telegdy de Kincstartó (1492-1547). Su familia era una de las más poderosas de Transilvania, y aparte de la propiedad de Somlyó, también gobernaban en Szatmár y Szinér. Su padre fue voivoda de Transilvania entre 1530 y 1534.