House of Fejes
|Ancestral house||House of Goëtzën|
|Titles||Prince of Fejes|
Count Fejes de Balogh
|Founder||HSH Alexander, Prince of Fejes|
|Current head||HSH Angela, Princess of Fejes|
The House of Fejes de Balogh is a noble family of princes and counts of Karnia-Ruthenia. The family of Hungarian origin dates back to the nineteenth century, and thinks it has a connection with László Fejes Tóth, the famous Hungarian mathematician. The surname derived from fej meaning "head" in Hungarian. They were nobilited by the Emperor-King of Karnia-Ruthenia on 10 March 2017.
The founder, Prince Alexander Fejes (1932-2018) and his later wife, Princess Rosalia Fejes (1940-2013), were godparents of Oscar I, and the family also claim some degree of kinship with the House of Goëtzën. The style used for them is "His/Her Serene Highness, Prince/Princess X of Fejes", while the heir use the style of "His/Her Illustrious Highness, Count/Countess X of Balogh".
Prince Alexander and Princess Rosalia had two children, Hereditary-Prince Alexander (1961-2017) and Countess Angela (1968). Hereditary-Prince Alexander died without issue and unmarried and Countess Angela still unmarried until the moment.
On 07 August 2018, Prince Alexander passed away. His daughter, Angela, succeeded him, becoming the last member of the House of Fejes.