Levett - Places Associated With The Levett Family

Places Associated With The Levett Family

These places are or were associated with the Levett family:

  • Bodiam Castle, Bodiam, East Sussex
  • Firle, East Sussex
  • Wychnor Park, Staffordshire
  • Milford Hall, Staffordshire
  • Croxall Hall, Staffordshire
  • Kew Palace, Richmond upon Thames
  • Walton Hall, Walton-on-Trent, Derbyshire
  • Packington Hall, Whittington, Staffordshire
  • Hardwick House, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
  • Breamore House, Hampshire
  • Roche Abbey, South Yorkshire
  • Sibton Abbey, Yoxford, Suffolk
  • Normanton, West Yorkshire
  • All Saints Church, Normanton, West Yorkshire
  • St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex
  • Buxted, East Sussex
  • Angle, Pembrokeshire, Wales
  • Hollington, East Sussex
  • Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex
  • Hillesley and Tresham, Gloucestershire
  • Doncaster, South Yorkshire
  • Wakefield, West Yorkshire
  • Hopwas, Staffordshire
  • Pontefract, West Yorkshire
  • St James' Church, High Melton, South Yorkshire
  • Flintham, Nottinghamshire
  • St. Pierre, Monmouthshire, Wales
  • Dagenham, East London
  • Kew, Surrey
  • Salehurst, East Sussex
  • Great Longstone, Derbyshire
  • Wickersley, South Yorkshire
  • Westbourne, West Sussex
  • Beckley, Oxfordshire
  • Botolphs, West Sussex
  • Warbleton, East Sussex
  • Little Horsted, East Sussex
  • Savernake Forest, Wiltshire
  • Swindon, Wiltshire
  • Lichfield, Staffordshire
  • Hornchurch, London Borough of Havering, East London
  • Rochester Cathedral, Rochester, Kent
  • Whittington, Staffordshire
  • Polegate, East Sussex
  • Seaford, East Sussex
  • Nova Scotia
  • British East Florida
  • Portland, Maine
  • Cushing Island, Maine
  • York County, Maine

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