Died in 1463

Jan 9 William Neville 1st Earl of Kent an English nobleman and soldier. He fought during the latter part of the Hundred Years War, and during the English dynastic Wars of the Roses
Mar 9 Catherine of Bologna an Italian cloistered nun, artist and saint.
Mar 12 George Douglas 4th Earl of Angus a Scottish nobleman. He was the son of William Douglas, 2nd Earl of Angus and Margaret Hay of Yester. Known as the Great Earl of Angus, he succeeded to the Earldom following the death of his childless brother James Douglas, 3rd Earl of Angus in 1446. He was to become the first Red Chief of Douglas
Apr 27 Isidore of Kiev a Greek Metropolitan of Kiev, cardinal, humanist, and theologian. He was one of the chief Eastern defenders of reunion at the time of the Council of Florence
May 25 Stephen Tomašević of Bosnia the last sovereign from the Bosnian Kotromanić dynasty. His father, King Stephen Thomas, arranged for him to marry Maria of Serbia and become Despot of Serbia in April 1459. The marriage was meant to unite Bosnia and Serbia in their fight against the expanding Ottoman Empire, but it failed in that regard. After ruling Serbia for merely two months, Stephen Tomašević surrendered it to the Ottomans and fled back to his father's court
Jun 4 Flavio Biondo an Italian Renaissance humanist historian. He was one of the first historians to used a three-period division of history and is known as one of the first archaeologists. Born in the capital city of Forlì, in the Romagna region, Flavio was well schooled from an early age, studying under Ballistario of Cremona. During a brief stay in Milan, he discovered and transcribed the unique manuscript of Cicero's dialogue Brutus. He moved to Rome in 1433 where he began work on his writing career; he was appointed secretary to the Cancelleria under Eugene IV in 1444 and accompanied Eugene in his exile, in Ferrara and Florence. After his patron's death, Flavio was employed by his papal successors, Nicholas V, Callixtus III and the great humanist Pius II
Sep 23 Giovanni di Cosimo de' Medici an Italian banker and patron of arts.
Oct 6 Frederick of Altmark Margrave of the Brandenburg and Lord of the Altmark.
Nov 1 David of Trebizond the last Emperor of Trebizond from 1459 to 1461. He was the third son of Emperor Alexios IV of Trebizond and Theodora Kantakouzene. Following the fall of Trebizond to the Ottoman Empire, he was taken captive with his family to the Ottoman capital, Constantinople, where he and his sons and nephew were executed in 1463
Nov 12 Didacus of Alcalá a Spanish lay brother of the Order of Friars Minor who served as among the first group of missionaries to the newly conquered Canary Islands. He died at Alcalá de Henares on 12 November 1463 and is now honored by the Catholic Church as a saint
Nov 15 Giovanni Antonio Del Balzo Orsini Prince of Taranto, Duke of Bari, Count of Lecce, Acerra, Soleto and Conversano, as well as Count of Matera and of Ugento.
Nov 18 John IV Duke of Bavaria duke of Bavaria-Munich from 1460 until his death.
Nov 29 Marie of Anjou Queen of France as the wife of King Charles VII from 1422 to 1461. Marie was the eldest daughter of Louis II of Anjou, titular King of Naples, titular King of Sicily, and Yolande of Aragon, titular Queen of Aragon
Dec 1 Mary of Guelders the queen consort of Scotland as the wife of King James II of Scotland. She served as regent of Scotland from 1460 to 1463
Dec 2 Albert VI Archduke of Austria also known as the Prodigal, from the House of Habsburg was, with his elder brother Emperor Frederick III, an Archduke of Inner Austria from 1424 and of Austria from 1457 until his death. According to tradition, Albert was the exact opposite of Frederick, energetic and inclined to thoughtlessness
Dec 3 Louis II of Chalon-Arlay Lord of Arlay and Arguel Prince of Orange. He was he son of John III of Chalon-Arlay and his wife, Mary of Baux-Orange, and the father of William VII of Chalon