Leslie Stephen-Smith Origin/Culture/Country: Newzealand
Leslie Stephen-Smith: was an English-born New Zealand cricketer. He was a wicket-keeper who played for Auckland. Stephen-Smith made two first-class appearances for the team during the 1931-32 season. He made two scores of 9 runs on his debut first-class appearance, against Ota
Leslie Warren Stott Origin/Culture/Country: Newzealand
Leslie Warren Stott: was a cricketer who played one One Day International for New Zealand in 1979. Stott was a lower-order right-handed batsman and a medium-paced right-arm bowler who played New Zealand domestic cricket for Auckland for 15 seasons from 1969/70 - 1983/84. His
Leslie Djhone Origin/Culture/Country: French
Leslie Djhone: is a French athlete. Competing mainly in the 400 metres event, he placed 5th at the 2003 World Championships and 2007 World Championships and 7th at the 2004 Olympics. He won a bronze medal at the 2006 European Athletics Championships.
Leslie Korkie Origin/Culture/Country: Southarfican
Leslie Korkie: is an international cricketer who made seven One Day International appearances for South Africa national women's cricket team between 1997 and 1999.
Leslie Burr-Howard Origin/Culture/Country: American
Leslie Burr-Howard: is an equestrian from the United States and Olympic champion. She won a gold medal in show jumping with the American team at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, and a silver medal in 1996.
Patrick Leslie Origin/Culture/Country: Australian
Patrick Leslie: was a Scottish Settler in Australia. Leslie and his two brothers (Walter and George) were the first to settle on the Darling Downs, and he was the first person to buy land in Warwick. In December 1834, Leslie left London as a passenger aboard the convict James Leslie Origin/Culture/Country: Canadian
James Leslie: was a Canadian businessman and political figure. He was named to the Senate of Canada for Alma division in 1867 and died in office.Leslie owned a food wholesale company in Montreal. He was a member of the local militia and served during the War of 1812; he later became lieutenant-colonel. He helped form the Bank of Montreal and served as a director from 1817 to 1829. He owned the seigneuries of Bourchemin, Ramesay and Lake MatapÃ©dia. He represented Montreal East in the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada from 1824 to 1838. He supported representation by population and so opposed the Union of Upper and Lower Canada. He was elected to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada for VerchÃ¨res as a Reformer in an 1841 by-election; he was reelected in 1844 and 1847. Kenneth Leslie Origin/Culture/Country: Canadian
Kenneth Leslie: was a Canadian poet and songwriter, and an influential political activist in the United States during the 1930s and 1940s. He was the founder and editor of The Protestant Digest (later The Protestant), which had a peak circulation of over 50,000 subscribers. A Christian socialist, he was given the nickname, "God's Red Poet." Megan Leslie Origin/Culture/Country: Canadian
Megan Leslie: is a Canadian politician, who has been the federal Member of Parliament for the electoral district of Halifax since the 2008 Canadian federal election. She is a member of the New Democratic Party and serves as the NDP critic for the environment. Until May 2010, she was the critic for housing and homelessness, deputy critic for justice and deputy critic for First Nations, MÃ©tis and Inuit affairs (urban issues).