Francis Leke (MP)
Francis Leke (fl. by 1510, d. 1580) was an English politician.
In 1545, he was knighted following military service in France and in the north of England with the Earl of Hertford.[ambiguous]
He married[when?] Elizabeth, the daughter of Sir William Paston of Caister and Oxnead, Norfolk. They had two sons and three daughters.
- Members Constituencies Parliaments Surveys. "LEKE, Francis (by 1510-80), of Sutton in the Dale, Derbys., Elkering, Notts. and London.". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 2012-09-29.
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