On 6 April 1573, "Mr. Robert Leete" and Alice Grundy were married at Great Eversden.
↑The Family of Leete (62) "Extracts Relating to the Family of Leete from the Parish Registers of Great and Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, and the corresponding Bishops' Transcripts: A.D. 1551-1812" lists the baptisms of the seven children Robert and Alice (Grundy) Leete and does not differentiate between the two parishes. Although the marriage of the parents is recorded at Great Eversden, two of their children have been specifically identified as having been baptized at Little Eversden: Ruth (NEHGR 154:282 (2000); and Phebe (Threlfall, 50 Great Migration Colonists, 263). It appears that the Great Eversden registers for the period have been transcribed and are available on film from the Family History Library; Deborah and Mordochias are on those registers. Little Everden registers apparently are not available.