'LZmisc01'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Leyburn of Berwick, Leyburne of Leyburne, Leek of Wyerhall, Lefevre (Shaw-Lefevre) of Heckfield, Lockwood of Sowerby
[The original 'LZmisc01' was used for the Learmonth family but was renamed 'Learmonth01' on 09.10.03.]

Philip de Leiburn of Leyburne (d before 1181)
m. Amy or Amice (coheir of Ralph FitzGerold)
1. Robert de Leyburn (d by 1199)
  m. Margaret (d c1223)
  A. Roger de Leyburn (b before 1194, d c1251)
  m. (by 1219) Eleanor (d by 1220, dau of Stephen de Thurnham)
  i. Roger de Leyburn of Elham, Sheriff of Kent then of Cumberland (d c10.1271)
BE1883 names Roger's first wife as Idonea de Vipont. As TCP identifies her as wife of his son Roger, we presume that BE1883 is mistaken and follow TCP in leaving this Roger's first wife unnamed.
  m1. ??
  a. William de Leyburn, 1st Lord (d before 12.03.1309/10)
  m. (before 16.10.1265) Juliane de Sandwich (d 1327, dau of Sir Henry de Sandwich)
  (1) Thomas de Leyburn (dvp before 30.05.1307)
  m. Alice de Toeni (b c1283, d before 08.01.1325, dau of Ralph de Toeni of Flamsted)
(A) Juliana de Leyburn (b 1303, d 01.11.1327)
  m1. (c1318) John Hastings, 2nd Lord (d 1325)
  m2. (by 09.1325) Sir Thomas le Blount (b 17.08.1328)
  m3. (before 17.10.1328, sp) Sir William de Clinton, Earl of Huntingdon (d 13.08.1354)
  b. Roger de Leyburn (d before 02.1283/4)
  m. (by 20.03.1266/7) Idonea de Vipont (d 11.1333, dau of Sir Robert de Vipont, lord of Westmoreland)
  (1) John de Leyburn (b c1279, d young?)
  c. Simon de Leyburn (d before 20.11.1308)
  m. (1295) Lucy Le Strange (d by 1330, sister of John Le Strange of Cheswardine)
  (1) John de Leyburn of Berwick, Lord (b c12.1294, dsp 06.10.1348)
  m. (by 1329) Beatrice de Beauchamp (dsp before 10.1347, dau of John de Beauchamp of Hatch)
  m2. (before 09.1267) Eleanor de Ferrers (d before 26.10.1274, dau of William de Ferrers, Earl of Derby)



John Leek of Wyerhall in Edmonton, Middlesex
m. Anne Ruskyn (dau/coheir of William Ruskyn of Melton Mowbray (by Ellyn, dau/coheir of John Bellers of Kirby Bellers), m2. John Kirton of Edmonton)
1. Jasper Leek of Wyerhall
  m. Margaret Kirton (dau of John Kirton of Edmonton by Margaret, dau of Robert White of South Warnburrough)
  A. John Leek of Wyerhall (a 1593)
  m. Catherine Ogle (dau of brother of Lord Ogle)
i. Jasper Leek of Wyerhall (in Edmonton)
  m. Mary Colshill (dau/coheir of Thomas Colshill of Chigwell)
  a. Sir John Leek of Ireland
  m1. Elizabeth Atkinson (dau of Robert Atkinson of Stowell)
  (1) Susan Leek (a 1624)
  m. William
  m2. Anne Turvill (dau of Geffrey Turvill of Thurleston)
  (2) Anne Leek
  m. Nathaniel Hobert (son of Lord Chief Justice Sir Henry)
(3)+ other issue - John, Edward, Mary, Dorothy, Bridget
  ii. Barbara Leek
  m. Thomas Bone of Nottinghamshire
  iii. Emme Leek
  m. Thomas Leech of London
  iv. Isabel Leek
  m. William Stanley of Dalgarth
  v. Grevell Leek
  m. Thomas Messenger of Kent
  vi.+ other issue (dsp) - Roger, Stephen, Edward, John, Joseph, Henry, Ellen
2. Elizabeth Leek
  m. William Kirton



BP1870 reports that "The Lefevres came from the neighbourhood of Rouen, in Normandy, and established themselves in England at the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes." The "two members of the family who first came to England" were John (Lt. Colonel), who settled in Essex, and his younger brother ...
Isaac Lefevre 'of Old Ford'
1. John Lefevre of Heckfield Place, Hampshire
m1. ??
  m2. Helena Selman (dau of Lister Selman of Old Ford)
  A. Helena Lefevre
  m. Charles Shaw, later Shaw-Lefevre (MP for Reading, son of George "of an old Yorkshire family")
  i. Charles Shaw-Lefevre of Heckfield, Viscount Eversley (b 22.02.1794, dspms 28.12.1888, Speaker of the House of Commons) had issue
  m. (24.06.1817) Emma Laura Whitbread (d 20.06.1857, dau of Samuel Whitbread by Elizabeth, dau of Charles, Earl Grey)
  ii. Sir John George Shaw-Lefevre (b 24.01.1797, d 20.08.1879) had issue
  m. (29.12.1824) Rachel Emily Wright (dau of Ichabod Wright of Mapperley)
  Their son was created Baron Eversley but dsp.
  iii. Henry Francis Shaw-Lefevre (dspm?) had issue
  m1. Helen Le Marchant (dau of General Sir John G. Le Marchant)
  m2. (sp?) Elizabeth Emma Foster (dau of Rev. John Foster by Hon. Emma)
2. Madeline Lefevre
  m. (17.05.1753) William Currie of London
3. Judith Lefevre probably of this generation
  m. (1748) Charles Smith of Stratford Langthorne, Essex (b 1713, d 1777)
4.+ 3 sons



The following family is presumed to have been one of those who derived their name from Lockwood in Yorkshire. Their coat of arms is very different from that of the family which derived its name from Lockwood in Staffordshire (see Lockwood1).
Christopher Lockwood of Sowerby, Yorkshire
m. Clare Lassells (dau of Christopher Lassells of Brakenburgh)
1. Richard Lockwood of Sowerby (d c1645, 4th son)
m1. Clare Byerley (dau of Anthony Byerley of Pickhall)
  A. Clare Lockwood (b c1605)
  m. _ Best of Yorkshire
  B. Elizabeth Lockwood (b c1607)
  m. Raphe Atkinson of Wensley
  m2. Dorothy Atkinson (dau of Anthony Atkinson of Wensley)
  C. Mathew Lockwood of Sowerby (b c1630, a 08.1665)
  m. Barbara Beckwith (dau/coheir of Thomas Beckwith of Aketon)
  i. Barbara Lockwood (b c1656) probably the Barbara who married ...
  m. John Grimston of Goodmanham & Smeaton (d 09.1678)
  ii.+ other issue (A 08.1665) - Richard (b c1653), Thomas (b c1654)
  D. John Lockwood
  E. Dorothy Lockwood
  m. John Hamerton of Purston
2. Elizabeth Lockwood
  m. Christopher Wright of Sowerby
3. Mary Lockwood
  m. James Smith of Sowerby
4.+ other issue - John, Francis, Nicholas

Main source(s):
(1) For Leyburn (uploaded 23.02.04) : TCP (Leyburn)
(2) For Leek of Wyerhall (uploaded 01.11.10) : Mundy's Middlesex Pedigrees (1914, Leeke of Wyerhall in Edmonton)
(3) For Lefevre (uploaded 03.10.11) : BP1870 (Eversley)
(4) For Lockwood (uploaded 30.06.13) : Visitation (Foster, Yorkshire, 1614, Lockwood of Sowerby), Visitation (Dugdale, Yorkshire, 1665, Lockwood of Sowerby)
[The section on Lucas has been absorbed into Lucas2.]
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