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| Margaret Horen || 1717 || Alive || Henry-Stephen Horen || Duchess-Consort of Furnestock
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| Margaret Horen || 1717 || Alive || Henry-Stephen Horen (d. 1750) Magnus, Baron of Clapton || Duchess-Consort of Furnestock
 
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Prince Vitus Horen
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Imperial Knight
Born: 6th of the Amber Cold, 1693
Nova Horos, Aeldin
Spouse:
(1.) Maria d'Anpalais
(m. 1709)
House: Horen
Father: Tiberius Horen
Mother: Camilla Barbanov

Vitus (Common: Guy ) of House of Horen served as an Imperial Knight within the Empire of Man, once being squired to Antonius I. He was monikered The Trapper by fellow knights for his ingenuity and adeptness in the art of deception.

Early Life

Raised under the nurturing care of his father, Prince Tiberius Horen, Vitus was raised in a fashion lacking the courtly graces required of Princehood -- living modestly within the confines of the Aeldinic Capital, Nova Horos. During the peak of his adolescence and arrival to Man, the young Prince immediately began a squireship under his cousin, Antonius, and acquainted himself with the newly arrived d'Anpalais of Beaufort.

Marriage

A blossoming friendship with the Lady Maria Henrietta d'Anpalais led to the arrangement of a courtship between the pair -- their union being held after two Saint's weeks in a private setting.

Sacking of Ves

An exemplar of Vitus's intellectual prowess and cunning, the Sack of Ves, lobbed the Knight's name into the archives of history; He not only rigged the Imperial Palace which granted his fellow Dragon Knights the ability to achieve a victory over forty men but also set the Adrian City ablaze in retort to rumors of a stirring revolution.

Issue

Name Birth Death Marriage Notes
Titus Horen 1711 Alive Diane of Angoulême (b. 1729)
Margaret Horen 1717 Alive Henry-Stephen Horen (d. 1750) Magnus, Baron of Clapton Duchess-Consort of Furnestock
Aelius Horen 1721 Alive Unwed Twin to Aetius
Aetius Horen 1721 Alive Unwed Twin to Aelius