Nicholas des Vinandy-Windsor
|Nicholas des Vinandy-Windsor|
|Full name||Nicholas des Vinandy-Windsor|
|AKA||Nicholas I of Leylstadt|
|Hair color and style||brown|
|Father||Heribrecht des Vinandy-Windor|
|Mother||Lena van Iersenare|
|Date of birth||1625 AN|
|Place of birth||Davignon, Batavia|
|Date of death||1693 AN|
|Residence(s)||Hooghehof Palace in Leylstadt|
|Occupation||Duke of Leylstadt|
Nicholas des Vinandy-Windsor, also known as Nicholas I of Leylstadt, was Duke of Leylstadt, since 1675 AN. Born as a Batavian of royal and noble line in Davignon, the younger brother of Joseph Bartholomeus des Vinandy-Windsor, first became an entrepreneur and - in the end - funded his own expeditions into the Green to establish his own country. Once having found a place to establish his own country, he asked and received the title of Duke from Magister Pius II of the Holy Catologian Church in 1675 AN.
While he's entitled to the noble titles the head of his House receives once his brother dies, Nicholas himself only holds the title of Duke of Leylstadt.