Leveson Gower

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Leveson-Gower
... Leveson-Gower (also Sutherland-Leveson-Gower) is the name of a powerful Scottish noble family ... The name Leveson is a patronymic from Louis or Lewis ... from the King of Denmark concerning the depradations of Walter Leveson of Lilleshall Abbey, in which he is consistently referred to as Sir Walter Luson ...
Jack Crawford (cricketer) - Dispute With Surrey
... Leveson Gower, was unavailable for much of the season, Crawford frequently assumed the leadership ... Alverstone ordered Crawford to write an apology to Leveson Gower but Crawford refused, writing to Alverstone "I do not know who was responsible for the selection of the second eleven sort of team ... At this point, Leveson Gower withdrew his invitation for Crawford to appear at the Scarborough Festival Leveson Gower also used his influence within MCC to prevent Crawford's selection ...
Trentham Gardens - Trentham Hall
... The property was then sold in 1540 to James Leveson of Perton Hall, near Wolverhampton ... The Leveson family occupied the property and Sir Richard Leveson built a new house in 1634 ... The Leveson heiress Frances married Sir Thomas Gower Bt leading to the creation of the Leveson Gower family ...
Leslie Prentice - Biography
... in the 1920 season before playing two matches for HDG Leveson-Gower's XI against Oxford University and Cambridge University ... six times for Middlesex before another two matches for HDG Leveson-Gower's XI against the two university teams ... in the 1922 season, playing just once for HDG Leveson-Gower's XI against Oxford University ...
The Gresham Family - Descendants of Sir John Gresham
... the last Sir John Gresham's daughter and heiress, Katherine Maria Gresham, married William Leveson-Gower, first cousin of the Marquess of Stafford, later the first Duke of ... By his will, Leveson Gower set up the Titsey Foundation, a charitable trust with the aim of preserving the estate for the benefit of the nation ...