A charter from 1421 mentions the settlement as Komadi or Komady. A bill from 1626 designates the village as one of the Heyduck towns of Bocskai. Much later, Kálmán Tisza purchased some land here, but later parcelled up his lands among the peasants living in the vicinity. Between the two world wars, Dénes Barsi writer, the founder and editor of the literary journal, Kelet Népe [People of the East] was teaching in Dobaipuszta, which belonged to Komádi.
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