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"LEACH, LETTCH. From Old English (Anglo-Saxon) kece, 'doctor.' The medicus regis is often mentioned in old charters. Henry Leche held a tenement in Glasgow, 1325 (LCD., p. 157). Henry Leche, Vallettus' to David de Bruys (Rot. Scot., p. 724, 797), is later referred to in a safe conduct by Edward m of England in 1348 as Hector medicus David de Bruys."" From" another reference to him in 1369 (RMS., i, 333) he turns out to be a Mac-Beth, perhaps one of the family of hereditary doctors of that name so famous in West Highland history. William de (an error for le') Lech or Leche was burgess of Aberdeen, 1362 (REA., i, p. 105, 106). He may be William Leche, merchant of Aberdeen, whose goods were plundered in England, 1370, when his ship was driven ashore in Kirklee Rode, Suffolk (Bain, iv, 158). John Leitch, canon of Glasgow, appears in 1363 as Leche, and in 1372 as Lithe (for Liche) or Leche. Robert Leche, seneschal to the earl of March and Moray, 1367 (RMS., i, 265). Ferchard Leche had a grant of lands in Assynt in 1386 to be held for the services of old due and wont (OPS., n, p. 695, 704). The land of Thomas Leyche is mentioned in 1421 (RAA., n, 56). Patrick Leiche (Lech, Leich, Leche) appears several times as a canon of Glasgow between 1440 082, and built and endowed S. Mauchan's altar in the church there (REG.). John Leche had a garden in the same city in 1487 (LCD., p. 200). Gilbert Leiche was made burgess of Aberdeen, 1452 (NSCM., i, p. 13), and Alexander Leche, chaplain, a Scotsman, received letters of denization in England in 1484 (Bain, iv, 1500). Sir Archibald Lech, chaplain at Lismore, 1511 (Poltalloch Writs, p. 183), is Sir Archibald Leycthe, provost of Kilmun in 1520 (Cawdor, p. 135). Leatch 1779, Leeche 1638, Leiche 1550, Liech 1767, Litch 1639. There was an old family of this name (Lech, Leech, Leich, Leitch) in Menteith in the sixteenth century who gave name to Leitchtown there, and the Leitches of Logie-Almond are said to have been a family of doctors. Andrew Leiche, preceptor of the grammar school of Brechin in 1580 is probably Andrew Leitche who was minister of Maritoun (Maryton), Montrose, 1587 (REB., 216, 329). A tombstone in Maryton reads: "Heir lyis Villame 0 Lietch and David Lieth tvoe briether soum tyme in Old Montrois" who died in 1666 (Jervise, i, p. 368). John Leech of Aberdeen, author of Rudimenta C.rammaticx Latino-, London, 1624, Latinized his name Leochaeus. In the fifteenth century the lands of Kildavanan in Bute were held by a family named Lech for a "yearly reddendo of two pennies or a pair of gloves within the parish church of Bute." John Lech, son of deceased Gilzequhome or Cilquhome, had a grant of these lands in June, 1429 (RMS., n, 129), which had belonged by heritage to the same Gilzequhome. In 1466 or earlier Cilchrist Leiche, lord of Kilmavanane, granted to his son and heir, David Leiche, these same lands, except two acres called the Clours. See M ACINLEICH. 0 "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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|William Elford Leach||William Elford Leach FRS (2 February 1790 ? 26 August 1836) was an English zoologist and marine biologist.|
|Robin Leach||Robin Leach (b.|
|James Leach||James Edgar Leach VC (27 July 27, 1892 - 15 August, 1958) was British Army soldier, and English recipient of the Victoria Cross.|
|Edward Pemberton Leach||General Sir Edward Pemberton Leach VC KCB KCVO, born Derry 2 April 1847 was an Irish recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.|
|Jesse Leach||Jesse David Leach (b.|
|Al Leach||Allan F.|
|Tommy Leach||Thomas Andrew Leach (November 4th 1877 - September 29th, 1969) was a baseball player during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.|
|Britt Leach||Britt Leach (born July 18, 1938 in Gadsden, Alabama) is an American character actor.|
|Rick Leach||Rick Leach (b.|
|Mike Leach||Michael C.|
|Rosemary Leach||Rosemary Leach (born 18 December 1935) is a British stage, television and film actress.|
|James Madison Leach||James Madison Leach (1815 ? 1891) was a U.|
|Vonta Leach||Terzell Vonta Leach (born November 6, 1981 in Lumberton, North Carolina) is an American football fullback for the Houston Texans of the National Football League.|
|Bobby Leach||Bobby Leach (1858 in Cornwall, England ? April 26, 1926) was the second person to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel, after Annie Taylor, and the first male to ever do so, accomplishing the feat on July 25, 1911.|
|Jason Leach||Jason Leach is an American football safety.|
|Jim Leach||James Albert Smith "Jim" Leach (born October 15, 1942) is a former member of the U.|
|Nicole Leach||Nicole Leach (b.|
|Stephen Leach||Stephen Morgan "Steve" Leach (born January 16 1966 in Cambridge, Massachusetts) is a retired American ice hockey player.|
|Edmund Leach||Sir Edmund Ronald Leach (7 November 1910 ? 6 January 1989) was a British social anthropologist.|
|Terry Leach||Terry Hester Leach (born March 13, 1954 in) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher who played from -.|
|Rick Leach||Richard Max "Rick" Leach (born May 4, 1957 in Ann Arbor, Michigan) is a former college football player and professional baseball player.|
|Buddy Leach||Anthony Claude "Buddy" Leach, Jr.|
|Mick Leach||Michael 'Mick' Leach (16 January 1947 ? 13 January 1992) was a footballer with Queens Park Rangers in the 1960s and 1970s.|
|Jamie Leach||William "Jamie" Leach (born August 25, 1969 in Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a former National Hockey League player from Cherry Hill, New Jersey.|
|Wilford Leach||Carson Wilford Leach (August 26 1929?June 18 1988) was an American theatre director, set designer, film director, screenwriter, and college professor.|
|Mike Leach||Michael E.|
|Jay Leach||Jay Christopher Leach (born September 2, 1979 in Syracuse, New York) is a professional ice hockey player, current playing in the San Jose Sharks organization.|
|Lynne Leach||Lynne C.|
|Larry Leach||Larry Leach (born June 18, 1936 in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan) is a retired Canadian ice hockey centre.|
|Martin Leach||Martin Leach (born January 11, 1959 in New Zealand), is a convicted rapist and double murderer, and has been described as one of the Northern Territory's (Australia) worst killers.|
|Stuart Leach||"Stuart Leach" is a musician from Western Australia.|
|William Turnbull Leach||William Turnbull Leach (March 1, 1805 ? October 13, 1886) was a Canadian clergyman and academic.|
|Margaret Leach||Margaret R.|
|James Thomas Leach||James Thomas Leach (1805 ? March 28 1883) was a Confederate politician who served in the Confederate States Congress during the American Civil War.|
|Julie Leach||Julie Leach (born February 23, 1957) is an American sprint who competed in the 1970s, then switched to triathlon.|
|Richard Leach||Richard Leach (born in Bangor, Maine in 1953) is an American hymn writer and poet.|
|Brent Leach||Brent Leach (born November 18 1982 in Flowood, Mississippi) is an American Major League Baseball pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers.|
|David Leach||Dave Francis Leach is a Des Moines anti-abortion activist and publisher of the extremist newsletter "Prayer & Action News" and web site The Partnership Machine.|
|Janet Leach||Janet Darnell Leach, (15th March 1918 to 12th September 1997), was a American studio potter working in later life at St Ives, Cornwall in England.|
|Henry Leach||Brigadier-General Henry Edmund Burleigh Leach CB CMG CVO (18 July 1870?16 August 1936) was a British Army officer.|
|Amy Leach||Amy Leach (born 14 April 1981 in Darwen, Lancashire) is a British theatre director.|
|Mike Leach||John Michael Leach (born October 18, 1976, in) is an American football long snapper for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League.|