Poľnohospodárska produkcia na koháryovských majetkoch v Novohradskej stolici po povstaní Františka Rákociho II.
Manorial Production on the Nógrád County-centred Estates of the Koháry Family after the Rákóczi Freedom Fight
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In the period after the Rákóczi Freedom Fight on the Kohárys’ Nógrád-centred three estates the most significant manor was owned by István Koháry. On his land the ploughlands, meadows and pasturelands were more extensive than on the common family possession and the lands belonging to Koháry Farkas’ sons. Only the undivided landed property and István Koháry’s estate had manorial vineyards probably the latter being the bigger ones. And only István Koháry had a very modest manorial garden. In István Koháry’s manor in Fülek (Fiľakovo) horses, donkeys, cattle and bees were kept. As for András Koháry’s land sources indicate only horses and pigs, while for the common family land only in one year paid horse grooms are mentioned, originally employed on István Koháry’s land. In the estate forests hunting was carried out and mushroom was collected for the landlords. Fees or tenth were imposed on pigs fed on acorn in these forests. Water usage of the estates, however, can hardly be found in documents.
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