M, b. circa 1671, d. 7 December 1730
|Father||Samuel Hoyt [Haight] I b. 1 May 1647, d. 21 Sep 1712|
|Mother||Sarah (?) b. c 1650, d. a 10 Apr 1740|
Nicholas was born circa 1671 in Eastchester, Westchester County, New York. Nicholas married, daughter of Edmund Titus and Martha Washbourne, the 5th day of the 5th month 1704 in the Quaker Meeting House, Westbury, Hempstead Town, Queens County, Long Island, New York. The family resided at Flushing, Queens Co., L.I., New York. Nicholas made his will on 7 December 1730 at New York. He mentioned his wife, Patience, & his three children. His brothers: John Haight & Robert Field were executors. Nicholas departed this life on Thursday, 7 December 1730 in New York. His will was probated on 20 February 1731.
|Patience Titus b. 4 Mar 1678, d. a 12 Jan 1742/43|
- [S86] David Webster Hoyt, Genealogical History of the Hoyt, Haight, Hight families.., page 325 - no. (2667) II. NIcHOLAs,4 b. 1670-'82 ; m. Patience Titus,* 5th, 5th mo. [July], 1704 (2827). A Friend; lived in Flushing, L. I. ; d. 1730. Nicholas Haight was a witness of the deed of Harrison's purchase from the Indians, 1695. Nicholas and Patience Haight were witnesses of mar. of Sarah, 1704, and of others later. By his father's will, 1712, he' reed " all that of three Twenty acre lotts of Land lying on the Hills where he Dwells and my four Ten acre Lofts lying under the Hills" in Flushing; also half a share of meadow, and " all my weareing Cloathes." His own will, rec. at N. Y. City, was dated Dec. 7, proved Feb. 20, 1730-1, in which he mentioned his wife Patience and three chit. His bros. John Haight and Robert Field were executors. * Daughter of Edward and Martha Titus, of Hempstead, married at the Quakers' meeting-house in Westbury.
- [S79] William Wade Hinshaw, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Volume III: page 144 - Nicholas, son of Samuel & Sarah Haight of Flushing m. 3rd mo. 5th day 1704 at Westbury Patience Titus, d/o Edmund & Martha Titus.