William Leeson of Kiveton Yorkshire was a gardener living in 1738.
Thomas Leeson was married to Margaret. He had a brother William.
He held properties in Hanover Square, Middlesex.
Will of Thomas Leeson
Will of Thomas Leeson, farmer of Brampton en le Morthen Dated 29 June 1841. Executor william Leeson Brother
Margaret Leeson wife - To be given £10 immediately after his death and £50 of the lawful money of Great britain annually thereafter also all the furniture, china, plate, linen etc.
William Lawson Brother all Residue and remainder
My Messuage or Tenement with the coach houses, stables and out offices there unto adjoining or belonging situate and being on the west side of Great George Street in the Parish of Saint George Hanover Square in the County of Middlesex and now in the tenure of Richard Darcey?.
Rent to be paid equally half yearly
Use of the above to be given to William Leeson Brother
Thomas Jackson William Petch, William Bonser
Proved at London 29th June 1841 Executors William Leeson Charles Heaton
Will of William Leeson farmer of Brampton en le Morthen
Date: 15 September 1855
Executors: Joseph Pegg of Nottingham, Charles Tinkler?, late of Brampton-en-le-Morthen
Thomas Goodlad- servant
Sister in law Margaret White formerly Margaret Leeson to be paid by equal half yearly payments from legacy duty.
William White of Brampton en le Morthen and Margaret White (formerly Leeson) his wife £50 a year for life
niece Susannah the wife of ... James of Nottingham
The will mentions after the death of Susannah, the money goes to the issue of children and grandchildren of Susannah
He mentions his estates in Middlesex.
Witness Thomas Badger, attorney of Rotherham, Henry Badger his Clerk
Will proved on 4th May, 1852 in the presence of Reverend James Stringer
1. The Whites were connected by marriage to the Merryweathers