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Lincolnshire historians 1989.

Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology.

Lincolnshire historians 1989.

by Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology.

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Published by Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology in Lincoln .
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Archaeology in Lincolnshire and South Humberside Lincolnshire History and Archaeology Vol Alcock, J. P. A Note on the Foss Dyke Bronze Figurine of Mars Gradivus. Archaeology in Lincolnshire and South Humberside Lincolnshire History and Archaeology Vol . Lincolnshire is the second largest county in England. For a very long time it has been divided into 3 'parts' -namely, the Parts of Lindsey, the Parts of Kesteven, and the Parts of Holland. " from Bartholomew's Gazetteer of the British Isles, Genuki - Lincolnshire Genuki is the largest collection of research information.

Lincolnshire, administrative, geographic, and historic county in eastern England, extending along the North Sea coast from the Humber estuary to The Wash. The administrative, geographic, and historic counties cover slightly different areas, with the administrative county comprising seven districts. The LUSBY surname is documented in the book: "Lusby Family History ", by Doris Harkness, , publ. unknown. It details the descendents of a Thomas LUSBY born in Wrawley, Lincolnshire, and died in Amherst, Nova Scotia.

Doddington is a village in the civil parish of Doddington and Whisby in the North Kesteven district of Lincolnshire, population of the civil parish at the census was The parish lies 5 miles (8 km) west from Lincoln, north of the A46 road, and is bounded to its west by includes the hamlet of Whisby, and parts of the Whisby Moor Nature Reserve. History. In A Dictionary of British Place-Names, A.D. Mills suggests the etymology of Hatcliffe to reflect a personal name and a geographic feature to mean 'the cliff or bank of a man called Hadda'.. In the 11th century Domesday Book Hatcliffe's population of 9 smallholders and 9 freemen, in 18 households, was considered a 'medium' sized village. The lord of the manor in was Ralph the.


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