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    LEYCESTER, William (1541-89), of Toft, Cheshire.

    his father-in-law Robert Worsley and his nephew Edmund Trafford.Leycester died in November 1589, being buried in the family tomb at Mobberley. He was succeeded by his second son George, the elder having pre-deceased him, or, according to one account, having

    LEYCESTER, George (c.1566-1612), of Toft, Cheshire.

    bought certain lands in the neighbourhood from Randle Mainwaring. He died at Lea 28 Mar. 1612, and was buried at Mobberley on 4 Apr.Ormerod, Cheshire, i. 505-6; CSP Dom.1595-7, p. 119; Cheshire Sheaf, n.s. i. 147; Lansd. 82, f. 26;

    LEYCESTER, Sir Ralph (c.1518-72), of Toft, Cheshire.

    owned considerable estates in Cheshire, at Toft (where the family had been established since the reign of Richard II), Chorley, Mobberley and elsewhere, and in addition had Denbighshire property in right of his second wife, and scattered lands in Norfolk

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