Locality near Leominster.
|Lautone / tune: Roger de Lacy from the king and an Englishman from him.|
Scattered; castle mound. One of Wordsworth's favourite haunts.
|Last: Roger de Mussegros; Bernard from Durand of Gloucester and his nephew Walter; Edric, the pre-Conquest holder.|
Castle End House.
|Lecce: Gloucester Church.|
|L(e)idecote: Ralph de Mortimer; Gilbert from Roger de Lacy, formerly Aelfled, a woman.|
Now 2 villages, Leinthall Earls and Leinthall Starkes.
|Len / Len(n)te / Lintehale: King's land; Ralph de Mortimer, formerly Queen Edith. Mill.|
Large; on a Roman road.
|Lenteurde: Earl Roger; Ralph de Mortimer.|
Small town which grew up around a Saxon priory and was once famous for its wool. Daniel Bourn invented the first wool-carding machine here in 1748.
|Leo(f)minstre: King's land, formerly Queen Edith; Urse d'Abetot; Roger de Lacy; Ralph de Mortimer; William FitzNorman; Widard. 10 mills, hawk's eyrie. 90 sticks of eels. 20 outliers.|
Letton (near Clifford)
|Letune: Tesselin from Roger de Lacy. Mill.|
Letton (near Wigmore)
|Lectune: Ralph de Mortimer.|
Ruined castle; priory.
|Lingham: Ralph de Mortimer.|
Castle remains; prehistoric earthworks.
|Lintone / tune: King's land; William FitzBaderon with St. Mary's of Cormeilles holding the church. Mill. 6 sesters of honey.|
Litley Court (in a Hereford suburb), a large building belonging to the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
|Lutelei: Widard from Durand of Gloucester.|
|Bruntune: Osbern FitzRichard.|
Humphrey Smth, the 17th century Quaker preacher, was born here.
|Colgre: Nigel the Doctor.|
|Lutelonhereford: Hereford Church. Mill.|
|Merchelai: Odo from Roger de Lacy, formerly Earl Harold; Thurstan from Thurstan FitzRolf. Mill.|
Ruined medieval church.
|Ladgvern: Hereford Church, formerly held wrongfully by Earl Harold. Church.|
Longtown Formerly known as Ewias Lacy. Dominated by the 12th century castle, possibly built on the site of King Harold's castle.
Lower Harpton Lost near Kington.
|Lucuordne: King's land. 4 mills.|
|Lulleham: Hereford Church.|
Jacobean Luntley Court.
|Lutelei: Ilbert from the king.|
|Lustone: King's land, formerly Queen Edith.|
Part of the village of Pipe and Lyde.
|Leode / Lude: Hereford Church; Ralph from Roger de Lacy, formerly Earl Harold; Roger de Lacy from Osbern FitzRichard.|
Now 2 hamlets, Upper and Lower Lye, separated by Sned Wood.
|Lecwe / Lega / Lege: William FitzNorman, Ralph de Mortimer, Osbern FitzRichard and Gruffydd of Maredudd from the king.|
Castle remains; section of Offa's Dyke nearby.
|Lenehalle: Walter from Roger de Lacy, formerly Earl Harold.|