|Lodbroc(h): William from Count of Meulan; Ermenfrid, Aelmer, William, a priest and Gilbert from Thorkell of Warwick; William from Hugh de Grandmesnil. Mill.|
|Longelei: Ludichael from Robert of Stafford.|
|Lapeforde: Hugh de Grandmesnil.|
|Stoche: St. Mary's of Evesham.|
Lea Green Lost.
Home of Lord Norton (1814-1905), who pioneered selfgovernment for territories in the British Empire.
|Leth Merstone: Robert d'Oilly and Robert Hunter from Thorkell of Warwick; Robert the Bursar. Mill.|
Mill. Attractive; by the River Leam.
|Lunnitone: Hascoit Musard.|
Town, a fashionable Regency spa. Napoleon III lived here after the collapse of the 2nd Empire in 1871.
|Lamistone: Earl Roger. 2 mills.|
|Listecorne: William Bonvallet.|
|Ulintone / Lillintone: Warin and Roger from Count of Meulan; Robert d'Oilly from Thorkell of Warwick. Mill.|
Lindsworth Lindsworth Road and Approach, in King's Norton.
In a valley, it was once known as 'Compton in the flowers'.
|Contone: Warin from Robert of Stafford; St. Denis' Church of Paris.|
|Lilleford: Leofeva from Thorkell of Warwick. Mill.|
Rollright Stones and King Stone are nearby.
|Cuntone: Geoffrey de Mandeville. Mill.|
Longdon (in Solihull)
|Langedone: Aelmer from Thorkell of Warwick.|
Longdon (in Tredington)
|Longedun: Gilbert FitzThorold from Worcester Church.|
Birthplace of St. Wulfstan, Bishop of Worcester (c. 1012-95). Dudley, Earl of Leicester, entertained Elizabeth I here.
|Icentone: Christina. 2 mills.|
|Lelleford: Geoffrey de la Guerche. Mill.|
|Merestone: St. Mary's, Coventry.|
Loxley Hall. The church stands on one of the country's oldest foundations: a site given by Offa, King of Mercia, to the Cathedral Church of Worcester in 760.
|Lochesham / Locheslei: Bishop of Worcester; Hugh from Count of Meulan; Hugh FitzConstantine from Hugh de Grandmesnil.|
Shakesperare allegedly married Anne Hathaway here, in the chapel (replaced in the 19th century).
|Luditone: 4 men-at-arms from Count of Meulan.|