Lancaster County town and city on the River Lune, once a large port, named after a Roman camp, and dominated by its castle with a Norman keep. The priory church of St. Mary's, on a Roman site, has Anglo-Saxon work and 14th century choirstalls.
Layton Part of Blackpool, with Little Layton.
Lea Now Lea Town.
Leck On Leck Beck.
Surrounds Leece Tarn.
|Lies / Alia Lies: King's land.|
Town; Tudor hall.
|Lailand: Gerard, Robert, Ralph, Roger and Walter from Roger de Poitou. 5 hawks' eyries.|
|Alia Eglestun: King's land.|
Little Woolton Lost.
Lydiate Adjoins Maghull.
Lytham Combined with St. Anne's; both towns developed as 19th century seaside resorts. Lytham Hall is 18th century. Famous golf course.