2019-07-27 01:43:49 UTC
Sir Nicholas Haute was at Agincourt, with his eldest son William and a younger son Nicholas. Nicholas junior is who I'm asking about.
Son William went on to marry Joan Widville, so lots of the Hauts/Hawtes got dragged into that fun. Mostly they did badly under Richard III but lived to tell the tale.
Does anyone have any clues about brother Nicholas? I have that he was born about 1394, might have ended up with Swerdling manor in Kent, was in 1431 living with his brother at Bishopsbourne in Kent. He probably died before his brother made a will in 1462, as he's not mentioned there and formerly they were close.
That much I know from "Ancestry of Mary Isaac", which goes on to suggest a couple of possible sons, on thin evidence.
Does anyone have any other ideas what happened to him, whether he was married, and if he left children?
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