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(LIGORE) (CASTRA)

Lester is an ancient Anglo-Saxon surname, first found in Cheshire, England. It originated from an original family living in Leicester, England and is derived from the concatenation of an Old English tribal name "Ligore", and the Old English word "ceaster" from the Latin “castra > castrum > ceaster”, meaning “fortified place, camp, military camp, fort, fortress, stronghold, castle”. Chester was the base of the Second roman Legion Adiutrix in the 70s CE and later the 20th Legion Valeria Victrix. Chester also is a city in Cheshire, England.

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