"Liensfeld (orig. Mellinesfelde , Linsvelt later), a handsome, exquisitely beautiful under hills located
village, southwest of 1 mile from Eutin in the pricipality Lübeck, office Eutin, church parish Sarau.
This village contains 1 divide desertlike hooves [=farms], 6 fullhooves., 1 halfh., 1 quarterh., 11
huts, 7 seniorh. and 1 poorh. - Forester flat. School (70 Ch.). - Inhabitant.: 313, blacksmith and
several craftsmen. - Acre.: 1123 Ton. (940 result ton).. The ground is consistently very good and
is suitable for wheat cultivation, the meadows are also profitable. In and of the field areas are
subject to the state's [ownership] forests: Hasenberg, Schönhorst, Hellenrade, Brammhorst,
Hohenstegen and Stutkoppel; east of the village is an about 12 ton large lake, a duly farmer,
which is called Rastlebener See [=lake]. Compare Rastleben - Full is wrong with the name of the
village (see above) derived from [=holy] Vincelin.-In the trees mountain Hasenberg are 3 tumuli. -
Three Episcopal forests at Liensfeld Perdebruke, Browenrode and Kifholt be called around 1440."
Our village (including external Windberg area) today is dominated
by round seven farms. Which the three have cattle attitude and milk
production, whilst the other mainly in whole are agriculture and
forestry crop oriented. There is something farming by-side-line.
Many keep and breeder horses, poultry, sheep. Dogs and cats are