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Leeke 1: Leeke of Cotham, Leke of Scarsdale, Leake /Leeke / Leke of Sutton
BE1883 & BEB1841, which provide the same information about this family, identify this as a "very ancient family in those parts", referring to Derbyshire. TCP reports that a "very elaborate pedigree of Leeke was entered 4 D. xiv, pp. 89-103 in 1717 at the Coll. of Arms". The information on the earlier generations of this family still has to be confirmed.
Sir John Leeke, lord of Cotham b about 1330
1. Sir Simon not John Leeke of Cotham, Nottinghamshire b about 1350
Named John by the Visitation but the SGM correspondence mentioned below reports that this was a mistake for Simon. The SGM correspondence identifies Simons's wife as ...
m Margaret Vaux
A. Sir John Leeke or Leek of Cotham MP b about 1370
m Isabell Towers dau of John Towers of Somerby
i. Sir Simon Leek of Cotham b about 1390
m Joan Talbot b about 1393 dau of Sir John Talbot of Swanington
a. Elizabeth Leek
m Sir Hugh Hercy of Grove
b. Mary Leek b about 1415 d 17.02.1442/3
m before 18.05.1436 Sir Giles Daubney
c. Margaret Leek
m Sir John Markham of Sebrook judge
d. Anne Leek nun
Thanks to a site visitor KLW, 05.03.08 for drawing our attention to the apparent fact that, before Anne entered a convent, she was married to ...
m Richard Willoughby dsp 1471
Visitation mentions the following Sir John, indicating that he had issue. We thank a site visitor DS, 28.01.09 for drawing the following to our attention. It comes from newsgroup correspondence within soc.genealogy.medieval SGM which notes that some sources suggest apparently wrongly that the following John was son of a Ralph.
ii. Sir John Leek or Leake of Sutton, Derbyshire b about 1430
The SMG correspondence identifies Sir John's wife only as Alice Grey. Some web sites support the connection we make but others identify her as daughter of a John Grey of Unstone Ounston or Ownston. The connection should be viewed as somewhat speculative.
m Alice Grey
a. William Leek or Leake of Langford b about 1460
m Katherine Chaworth
The SMG correspondence follows their son Thomas, identified as probably the 2nd son. Various web sites show their elder/eldest son as the following John and provide the connection to Sir Francis shown at the continuation point.
1 John Leake of Sutton b about 1480
m Elizabeth Savage dau of Sir John Savage of Clifton b about 1480
A Sir John Leake of Sutton d 11.12.1522
m 09.06.1489 Jane Foljambe dau of Henry Foljambe of Walton by Benedicta Vernon
i Sir Francis Leake of Sutton d 01.08.1580
m Elizabeth Paston dau of Sir William Paston of Paston
a Sir Francis Leke of Sutton in Scarsdale, Derbyshire d 1626 - continued below
m1 Frances Swift dau of Robert Swift of Bayton
m2 Mary
b Mary Leake
m Robert Markham of Coatham
2 Thomas Leake of Hasland 2nd son
m Margaret Fox dau of William Foxname found on various web sites
A Elizabeth Leake
m 1512 John Hardwick
b. Catherine Leek or Leake b about 1470probably of this generation
m c1490 Godfrey Foljambe of Walton b 27.03.1472, d 1541
@@@ We presume that this Catherine was a different person from the Margaret mentioned by the SMG correspondence as of a generation earlier see just below who also married a Godfrey Foljambe.
iii. Margaret Leek or Leake b about 1440
m1 Godfrey Foljambesee note @@@ just above
m2 Sir Thomas Rempston
B. William Leeke MP
m Avice Stockton
Sir Francis Leke of Sutton in Scarsdale, Derbyshire d 1626 - continue above
m1 Frances Swift dau of Robert Swift of Bayton, Yorkshire & Rotheram
1. Sir Francis Leke or Leake, 1st Bart of Sutton, Baron Deincourt of Sutton, 1st Earl of Scarsdale b before 1581, d 09.04.1655
m 16.09.1607 Anne Carey bpt 10.08.1585, d before 1660, dau of Sir Edward Carey of Berkhampstead
A. Nicholas Leke, 2nd Earl of Scarsdale bpt 01.10.1612, d 27.01.1680/1
m c1653 Frances Rich bur 21.11.1692, dau of Robert Rich, 2nd Earl of Warwick
i. Robert Leke, 3rd Earl of Scarsdale b 09.03.1653/4, dsps 27.12.1707
m c11.02.1671/2 Mary Lewis dau of Sir John Lewis, Bart of Ledstone, by Sarah, dau of Sir Thomas Foote, Bart
ii. Richard Leke d 16.04.1687
m 06.12.1680 Mary Molyneux dau of Sir John Molyneux, 3rd Bart of Teversal
a. Nicholas Leke, 4th Earl of Scarsdale b c1682, d unm 17.07.1736
b.+ other issue - Robert d young, Frances, Lucy
iii. Mary Leke
B. Anne Leke
m Henry Hildyard of Winestead
C. Catherine Leke
m Cuthbert Morley
D. Frances Leke dsp 29.07.1682
m Jenico Preston, 7th Viscount Gormanston d 17.03.1691
E. Penelope Leke
m Charles Lucas, 2nd Lord Lucas of Shenfield d c28.11.1688
F.+ other issue - Francis dvp before 06.1646, Edward, Charles, Henry d unm, Elizabeth d unm, Muriel d unm
m2 Mary here??

sources:
1 For upper section uploaded 29.01.09 : Visitation Nottinghamshire, 1569+1614, Hercye with input as noted above
2 For lower section uploaded 15.12.07 : BE1883 Leke of Deincourt & Scarsdale, BEB1841 Leke of Sutton, TCP Scarsdale
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