Events in his life were:
• He owned property in Windsor, Connecticut, USA. 3 "The following entries are found on the first book of Windsor Land Records, p. 114, the next page after the one assigned to Walter Hoyt [his brother]:-'Nicholas Hoyt, hath granted from the Plantation Sevety seven acres of Land more or Less, bredth four scoore and seven rod, Length on Hundred and forty, Bounded west by Walter Hoyt, South by the Rivulett, North and East by the Common. also Twenty acres more or less, Bounded South by Walter Hoyt, North by Richard Sammoy and west by the Rivulet. Also Ten acres more or Less, beredth Twenty rod, Length fourscore, Bounded East by walter Hoyt, North by Richard willer, South by william Thrall and west by the Common. Nicholas Hoyt, hath Purchased of Bagget Egelston his Dewelling house and home Lott, Eleven acres more or Less, as it Lyes Bounded North by John Tayler, South by Elias Parkman, and East by a way that Divides it and aaron Cook. Also in Hoyts Meadow Eleven acres more or Less, as it is bounded west by Mathias Sention, East by Elias Parkman, and North by Simon Hoyt.' "
• He was involved in a court case about Slander in 1650 in Hartford, Connecticut. 4 "On the 'Records of the Particular Court' at Hartford we find the following entries:
• He had an estate probated on 30 Jul 1655. 5 "An Inventory taken of ye State of Nicholas Hayte of windsor on Connecticott late deceased: by ye men whose names are under written
Frances Ferdnand Spies, "Purchase, Westchester Co., N.Y. : tombstone inscriptions in the Quaker burying ground and minutes of monthly meetings, etc." (About Purchase Monthly Meeting, Westchester County, New York: Quaker Records
The original book is a transcription of notational abstracts made of monthly meeting records by John Cox, Jr. The original cards were left with the Haviland Record Room of New York Yearly Meeting who allowed them to be copied. Some of the script was nearly indecipherable and was copied as it appeared.), pg 72.
2 David W. Hoyt, Hoyt Family. A Genealogical History of John Hoyt of Salisbury, and David Hoyt of Deerfield, (Massachusetts,) And Their Descendants: with some Account of the Earlier Connecticut Hoyts, and an appendix, containing the family record of William Barnes of Salisbury, a list of the first settlers of Salisbury and Amesbury, &c. (Boston: C. Benjamin Richardson, 119 Washington Street. 1857), pg 13.
3 David W. Hoyt, A Genealogical History of the Hoyt, Haight, and Hight Families: with some account of the Early Hyatt Families, a list of the first Settlers of Salibuy and Amesburn, Mass., etc. (Printed for the author by The Providence Press Co., Boston: Henry Hoyt 1871), pgs 296-297.
4 Ibid, pg 297.
5 Ibid, pgs 287-298.