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Lenborough is a hamlet in Buckinghamshire
Other current and historical names
- Parish/Community: Gawcott with Lenborough
- District/Borough: Aylesbury Vale
- County: Buckinghamshire
- Region: South East
- Category: Populated Place
- Type: Hamlet
- Latitude/Longitude: 51°58'42"N 0°59'0"W
- Eastings/Northings: 469922, 231618
- OS Grid: SP699316
- Mapcode Local: GBR 9XX.XWW
- Mapcode Global: VHDT8.WJZK
Location and coordinates are for the approximate centre of Lenborough within this administrative area.
Geographic features and populated places may cross administrative borders.
Lenborough in the Domesday Book
A village in Rowley hundred,
in the county of Buckinghamshire.
Two manors recorded in Domesday.
- Overlord in 1066: Earl Leofwin
- Lord of the Manor in 1066: Wiglaf of Preston
- Tenant in Chief in 1086: Bishop Odo of Bayeux
- Lord of the Manor in 1086: Arnulf of Hesdin (subinfeudated)
- Taxable Value: 7 geld
- Value to Lord of the Manor: £4 in 1066; £3 in 1070; £3 in 1086
- Households: 1 villager; 6 smallholders; 3 slaves
- Plough Teams: 2 lord's ploughs; 1 men's plough (5 plough lands)
- Meadow: 5 ploughs
- Overlord in 1066: Alric son of Goding
- Lord of the Manor in 1066: Tovi, Alric son of Goding's man
- Tenant in Chief in 1086: Walter Giffard
- Lord of the Manor in 1086: Ralph of Lanquetot (subinfeudated)
- Taxable Value: 3 geld
- Value to Lord of the Manor: £2 in 1066; £3 in 1070; £1 10/- in 1086
- Households: 2 smallholders
- Meadow: 2 ploughs