Levetts

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Packington Hall (Staffordshire)
... mansion designed by architect James Wyatt in the 18th century that was the home of the Levett family for many generations ... The Levetts had ties to Whittington, Staffordshire and nearby Hopwas for many years ... Zachary Babington whose daughter Mary Babington married Theophilus Levett, town clerk of Lichfield ...
Levett
... Levett is an Anglo-Norman territorial surname deriving from the village of Livet-en-Ouche, now Jonquerets-de-Livet, in Eure, Normandy ... Ancestors of the earliest Levett family in England, the de Livets were lords of the village of Livet, and undertenants of the de Ferrers, among the most powerful of William the Conqueror ... Ancient English deeds subsequently refer to many lands across Sussex as 'Levetts,' indicating family possession of broad swaths of Sussex countryside ...
All Saints Church, Normanton - Notable Monuments and Contents
... Bosworths) late of Newland, and the Mallets and Levetts of Normanton ... a large altar tomb of the Malletts and Levetts ... The tomb on the top bears the arms of the Levetts together with the arms of the Mallets ...
Thomas Levett - Antiquarian Studies
... Interested in antiquarian pursuits, Levett's lasting contribution was to the study of early Yorkshire history ... Levett came into possession of the Chartulary of St ... In 1626-27 Levett gave the document to the well-known Yorkshire historian Roger Dodsworth, according to Dodsworth ...
Milford Hall
... It is the home of the Levett Haszard family and is a Grade II listed building ... The estate passed to the Levett family in 1749 when Reverend Richard Levett, son of the Rector of Blithfield, Staffordshire, married Lucy Byrd, heiress of Milford and a ... (The Levett family came from Sussex, and the Staffordshire Levetts retain ownership of the papers of family relation William Levett, Esq ...