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David 
Cecil
  (Cyssel)


David 
Cecil
  (Cyssel), He was the younger son of a poor Welsh squire who left his home on the Welsh-Hereford border, to follow Kg. Henry VII in his campaign for the throne. As a reward he was made a Yeoman of the Guard. He later bought a property near Stamford and became a Mayor and Member of Parliament for Northamptonshire.

Born: Baptised:
Died: Buried:
Family:
Cecil
  of Hatfield

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1.
Richard 
Cecil
  (Cyssel)
(
Heckington
) c. 1500 - 1552
1a.
Jane 
Heckington
(
Cecil
) 1500 - 1587
1.1.
M/? 
Cecil
* post 1520
1.2.
William 
Cecil
(
Cheke
,
Cooke
) 1520 - 1598 ...
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