Gašpar Fejérpataky-Belopotocký (1794 Paludza - 1874 Liptovský Mikuláš)
He distributed Slovak and Czech books, magazines and calendars almost throughout the Slovak-speaking territory of Hungary. In 1829, he founded the first public library in Liptovský Mikuláš, and a year later the first Slovak amateur theater. He wrote textbooks, translated, was literary. He founded a Sunday school for adults, where he also taught. He sent talented boys to Prague for studies and crafts, including the future well-known painter PM Bohúň.