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A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 3
Lench, 1 Atch Lench and Sheriff's Lench, the first being a chapelry ... above the ordnance datum. Sheriff's Lench is 378 ft. above the same level. Church Lench ... of Warwick,...
A Topographical Dictionary of England
from Evesham; containing, with the hamlets of Atch-Lench and Sheriffs-Lench, 393 ... is impropriator of Atch-Lench and Sheriff's-Lench. The church is beautifully ... is a quadrilateral moat, for the most part dry...
A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 4
Sheriffs Lench 13 he had received it from his brother William. By an undated
A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 2
Sheriff's Lench, Atch Lench, Church Lench (Worcester), 50 Swell, Kineton, ... in Hantune.' 53 Odo had also seized land in Sheriff's Lench, 54 Daylesford,
Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1, 1509-1514
and Sheriffes Lenche, Worc., with the custody and herbage of the park
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward II: Volume 2, 1313-1318
Sherfhunger, Ivar, 2. Sheriff Lench, Shireveslech, co. Worcester, 491. Sherlonde, ... Shireveslech. See Sheriff Lench. Shirewell, Henry de, 345. Shirewode. See
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: Volume 13, 1369-1374
of office of, 6. Sheriffs Lench, Shirreveslench [in Church Lench], co. ... of Boxworth, 70. Shirreveslench. See Sheriffs Lench. Shirwode, Shyrwode, John de,
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VII: Volume 1, 1485-1500
Sherborne, Monks, Shirbourne [co. Southampton], manor, 1026. Sheriffs Lench
Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 5, Edward II
after St. Michael, 9 Edw. II. Lench alias Sheriff’s Lench. The manor (extent
Records of the Worshipful Company of Carpenters Volume I: Apprentices' Entry Books 1654-1694
Index of places Bedfordshire Barton le Clay, 109. Battlesdon, 65. Bedford, 108. Cardington, 124. Carlton (Calton), 86. Clifton (Cliston), 112. Dunstable, 190. Eaton, 104, 129. Eaton Bray, 115. Eaton Socon, 111. Greenfield, 53. Harlington (...