Church with Norman work.
|Lenesbi / Levesbi: Bishop of Bayeux; William de Percy; Drogo de Beuvriere. 3 churches, 2 mills.|
Between Roman Carr Dyke and a Roman road.
|Langetof: Abbot of Croyland. Marsh.|
Langton (near Horncastle)
|Langetone: King's land; Bishop of Bayeux; Drogo de Beuvriere and Geoffrey from him. Mill (with Langton Thorpe, later Buckland).|
Langton (near Spilsby)
|Langetune: Earl Hugh. 9 mills (with Brinkhill, etc.).|
Langton by Wragby
|Langetone: Bishop of Durham; Gilbert de Ghent; Ernis de Burun; Robert the Steward; Waldrin the Engineer.|
Laughton (near Avethorpe)
|Loctune: Robert de Tosny; Gilbert de Ghent; Oger le Breton; Guy de Craon and Warner from him. Church.|
Laughton (near Blyton)
|Lac(es)tone / Tastone / Leston: Roger de Poitou and Blancard from him; Guy de Craon and Alfred from him. ½ mill.|
|Ledulvethorpe: Bishop of Lincoln; Colsuan and Conded and Anschitil from him. ½ church.|
|Lea: Count Alan and Robert from him. Fishery, ferry.|
Church with Renaissance glass.
|Ledeneham: Count Alan and Colegrim and Derinc from him. 2 churches, ½ mill (with Fulbeck).|
|Lessingham / Leusingham: Bishop of Lincoln and Adam from him; Geoffrey Alselin.|
|Lecheburne: Earl Hugh; Roger de Poitou and Gerard from him.|
|Lagebi: William de Percy and Evrard from him. Mill.|
|Lavintone: Archbishop of York and Ranulf, the archbishop's clerk, from him; Guy de Craon; Gilbert de Ghent and Azelin from him.|
|Levretune: Count Alan. Church.|
County town and cathedral city built on Roman site; castle built by William I.
|Lincolia(e): King's land; main landholders include: Bishop Remigius; Ralph Pagnell; Earl Hugh; Countess Judith; Gilbert de Ghent; Colsuan. At least 3 churches; 166 dwellings destroyed to clear a site for the castle.|
|Lindude: Alfred of Lincoln; Durand Malet. ½ church, mill.|
|Lessintone: Archbishop of York and Herbert from him.|
|Carleton(e): William de Percy and Osbern from him. Church, 2 mills. Mill.|
Part of Grimsby.
|Sudcotes: Bishop of Bayeux; Drogo de Beuvriere.|
Little Gonerby Lost.
|Grimesby: Bishop of Durham; Ivo Tailbois and Geoffrey from him; William de Percy and Fulk from him. Church, salt-pan.|
Little Lavington Lost.
|Linbergham: King's land; Norman d'Arci.|
Towerless church, possibly of Saxon origin.
|Alia Pamtone / Pamptune / Parva Pantone: Drogo de Beuvriere; Countess Judith and Nigel from her. 4 mills.|
|Stepi(nge): Count Alan and Eudo from him; Ivo Tailbois. Church, 4 mills.|
Little Sturton Lost.
|Lopintorp: Bishop of Lincoln; Algar, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king.|
|Lunde(r)torp: King's land; Bishop Osmund of Salisbury; Colegrim. Mill.|
Church with some Norman work.
|Beninctun / Beningtone: Count Alan and Hervey from him; William de Warenne. Church, 4 mills.|
Long Sutton Small market town.
Lound (in Toft)
|Lund: Gilbert de Ghent and Berewold from him. Church, 2 mills (with Witham on the Hill, Manthorpe and Toft.).|
|Ludeburg: Robert de Tosny and Berengar from him.|
|Ludintone: Geoffrey de La Guerche.|
|Lude(s)forde: Ivo Tailbois and Odo from him; William de Percy; Hugh FitzBaldric; Rayner de Brimou. Mill.|
Water mill; Anglo-Saxon and Norman work in the church.
|Luzebi: Gilbert de Ghent and William from him. Church, mill.|
Once a market town.
|Luctone: King's land. Fishery.|