~1268, Nicholas born in England, 2nd s/o 4997490. Sir John Engaine & 4997491. Joan de Greinville.
~1270, Amicia born in England, d/o 11820506. Walter de Fauconberg & 11820507. Agnes Brus.
2/12/1301 in Lincoln, Nicholas de Engayne signed the baron’s letter to the Pope.
12/15/1302, Grant to Sir John Savery of Cotes, … Coton, viz. in Clyndfeld. The land lies …, and abuts at one head on Meleweye and at the other on a headland of Sir Nicholas de Engayne, knight. (S) Deeds Relating to Grantchester, Cambridgshire.
6/20/1309, Deed of gift with quitclaim. John de la Haye, of Wildene … eastern headland upon the lands of Nicholas Engayne. (S) UKNA.
1318, Nicholas made a settlement of the manor of Hunsdon. (S) Hunsdon, A History of the County of Hertford: V3, 1912.
11/24/1321, Commission … to keep the peace … Essex … All of the road of the county are to be guarded … and Nicholas Engayne, chief conservators of the peace in the county. (S) CPRs.
5/1322, Nicholas summoned to parliament as Sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire. (S) The English Historical Review, 1919, P30.
1322, Nicholas, of Colne, Engaine, and Cotton died.
Child of Nicholas and Amicia:
i. John de Engayne (2955126), born ~1305 in