William Levett

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William Levett (courtier)
... William Levett, Esq ... (sometimes spelled William Levet) was a long serving courtier to King Charles I of England ... Levett accompanied the King during his flight from Parliamentary forces, including his escape from Hampton Court palace, and eventually to his imprisonment in ...
Levett - People
... Members of the Levett family include Ada Elizabeth (A.E.) Levett, born Bodiam, East Sussex, renowned medieval historian, vice principal, St Hilda's College, Oxford. 1932 Arthur Levett, born Petworth, West Sussex, d ... Berkeley John Talbot Levett, London, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, Scots Guard, Gentleman Usher to the Royal Family, married brewery heiress Sibell Bass, witness in the ...
William Levett (baron)
... William Levett (also spelled William de Livet) (ca ... Levett (also spelled de Livet, de Lyvet, Levet) was likely born in Hooton Levitt, the son of Nicholas de Lyvet, the lord of the manor ... Following the Norman Conquest, William the Conqueror gave the village to his half-brother, Robert, Count of Mortain, who continued to hold the village ...
William Levett (Dean Of Bristol)
... William Levett (also spelled William Levet) (ca ... Levett was born in Ashwell, Rutland, where his father Rev ... Richard Levett, born in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, and a graduate of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, was vicar from 1646 until 1660 ...
William Levett (Rector Of Buxted) - Life
... Levett set in motion events that would make England the envy of the world's powers for its cutting-edge armaments, changing the balance of global power ... Parson Levett was the first to cast iron cannons in England ... Buxted in 1543 by Ralf Hogge, an employee of Parson Levett, a Sussex rector with broad interests, paradoxically enough, in the emerging English armaments ...