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A Topographical Dictionary of England
Chester.See Legh, High. LEIGH, HIGH, Chester.See Legh, High. Leigh, Little ... Leigh - Leigh-Wooley Leigh LEIGH...
A History of the County of Berkshire: Volume 4
Parishes Bessels Leigh BESSELS LEIGH Earmundeslea, Aermundeslea (viix cent.); Leia, Lega (xii cent.); Legh (xiii cent.); Besilsly (xv cent.); Bessell's Lee (xvi cent.). Bessels Leigh...
A History of the County of Surrey: Volume 3
Parishes Leigh LEIGH Leghe (xii cent.); Legh and Leygh (xiv. cent.); The Lea, 1499; 1 Lye and Lee (xvi cent.). Leigh is a small village, 3 miles ... windmill. The...
A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 4
Legh, xiv cent.; Braces Ligh, Bracyes Leigh, xvii cent.) is probably ... Parishes Leigh with Bransford LEIGH with BRANSFORD Lege (xi cent.). Leigh is a large...
A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 3
The parish of Leigh Introduction, church and charities LEIGH ... 1264; Leeche, 1268; Leghthe, 1305; Leght, 1417; Lech, 1451; Legh, xvi cent. Leigh (A.S. leh = pasture, meadow) was...
Survey of London: Volume 10, St. Margaret, Westminster, Part I: Queen Anne's Gate Area
were as follows: 177584 Peter Leigh. 1 17851835 John Blackburne. 1836 John Ireland ... to "Peter Legh of Booths, Cheshire." ( Middx. Memls., 1776, II., 246.)
The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 2
a Legh possessed the above manor of Est Legh, or Leigh, and the manor ... lies buried in that church, his son John Leigh, alias a Legh ... by the marriage of...
Staffordshire Historical Collections, Vol. 4
to the Church of Leigh (co. Stafford), on the presentation of Reginald de Legh. 24 ... Reginald de Legh (whom Isabel, widow of Stephen de Wolaston, called ... it to one Alice de Wyneley, and...
The Environs of London: Volume 1, County of Surrey
into the exchequer, obtained a licence to alienate it to John Leigh and others, and the heirs of the said John. The descendants of this John Legh or Leigh ... both these manors came into the...