Langfield



Area of Calderdale around Hebden Bridge.

The township originally belonged to the Longfield family, and passed to the Hamerton family about 1350.

The name appears in Domesday Book as Langefelt and means long field

Some sites, sights and other entries for Langfield

Athenæum Rooms, Langfield

Blarney Castle, Langfield

Carr Green Workhouse, Langfield
Causeywood Mill, Langfield

East Longfield Farm, Langfield

Folly Mill, Langfield

The Hamerton family of Langfield
Higher Stoodley Cottage, Langfield
Higher Stoodley Farm, Langfield

Jail Hole Quarry, Langfield
Jeremy Hill, Langfield Common
Jumb Mill, Langfield

Langfield Common
Langfield House, Todmorden
Langfield Overseers of the Poor
Langfield Surveyor of the Highways
Langfield Ward, Todmorden
Langfield Workhouse
Manor of Langfield
Lob Mill Rope Works, Langfield

Mankinholes
Midgehole Mill, Langfield
Millsteads Mill, Langfield

Nanholme Mansion, Langfield

Oldroyd Mill, Langfield

Rope & Anchor, Langfield

The Shaw, Langfield
Stoodley Hall, Langfield
Stoodley Pike Monument, Langfield
Stoodley Pike, Langfield
Stoytheley, Langfield
Swineshead Clough, Langfield
Swineshead Mill, Langfield

Upper Shaw Farm, Langfield

Wellfield House, Langfield
Woodhouse Mill Bridge, Langfield
Woodhouse Mill, Langfield 


See Parish statistics, St Paul's Church, Cross Stone, Sowerby Division and Todmorden & Lancashire



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Revised 08:33 /5th March 2018 / mml18 / 6351

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