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History Gazetteer & Directory of Lincolnshire 1842

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    LOVEDEN WAPENTAKE. left by an unknown donor. Directory :--Thos. Gray, maltster; Wm. Green, shoemaker; Thos. Jackson, tailor; John Neville, shopkeeper and vict., Coach and Horses ; John Pick, basket maker; Rev. Henry Schneider, M.A. Rectory; Wm. Walton, blacksmith; George Wolfe, jun., butcher, and John Rogers, (Lodge,) Thomas Money, and Geo, W. by N. of Sleaford, and E.S.E. of Newark, has in its parish 821 souls, Caythorpe, farmers. CAYTHORPE, a large and well-built village on the Wolds, 9 miles and 4180 acres of land, including the village of FRISTON, half a mile S. of Caythorpe, and several scattered houses upon the heath, on the east side of the Wold ridge, which was enclosed in 1762. Gee. Hussey Packe, Esq., owns about half of the soil, and is lord of the manor, His seat is Caythorpe Hall, a handsome stone mansion in the Grecian style, rebuilt in 1823-4, near the site of the old hall, which was the residence of Sir Giles Hussey, Knt., who was with the Earl of Surrey at the sacking of Morlaix, in France, in 1552. Near the lodge, in the park, is one of the oldest mulberry trees in England. Friston House is the seat of John Chowns, Esq.; and among the other land owners are John Mackinder, Esq., Earl Brownlow, G. Fillingham, Esq., P. Smith, Esq., and the Atkin, Bemrose, Musson, Ostler, Welby, Bailey, and other families. The Church (St. Vincent) is a large Gothic fabric, with a tower and spire rising to the height of 54 yards. In the tower are eight musical bells, cast by Mears, of London, and a good clock. In the chancel are several handsome monuments, belonging to the Hussey and other families. The rectory, valued in K.B. at ?20 Ils. 10d., has 13A. of glebe, a good residence, and a yearly modus of about ?1080, awarded in lieu of tithes in 1841. G. H. Packe, Esq., is patron, and the Rev. George Woodcock, M.A. incumbent. The Wesleyans have a chapel in Caythorpe, and there is one belonging to the Primitive Methodists in Friston, where there is, upon the green, the shaft of an ancient cross. Caythorpe fair is on the second Friday after Good Friday, and the feast on the last Sunday in May. The poor parishioners have a share in Hussey's Charity, noticed with Honington; a yearly rent-charge of ?6, left by A. Hatcher, in 1734, out of land now belonging to G. H. Packe, Esq.; and an annuity of 10s., left by Wm. Fickworth, in 1745. Marked * are at Friston, on the Surgey Ann, baker Heath, and therest at Caythorpe. Thompson Miss Mary Bonner Nathaniel, saddler Walker Richd. vict. Red Lion *Chowns Jno. Esq. Friston House Wilkinson Wm, schoolmaster Garton John, beerhouse Woodcock Rev Geo. Rectory Guylee Mrs Elizabeth Woodcock Rev Henry, curate Hoole Sarah, schoolmistress Blacksmiths. Bemrose Henry Ingram George gardener Cooke John Blackburn Elias Packe Geo. Hussey, Esq. Caythorpe Hunt George Burrell Jesse Hall Butchers. Dawson John Paley Thomas, vict. Sun Bemrose Wm.(& Francis John "Shields Wm. M. Esq salesman) Francis Robt. *Smith Miss Hannah Paley John *Harvey Thos. *Smith Parker, land agent and auctioneer, FARMERS. Henson Francis Friston green are owners. Minnitt Edward, Strapps Wm. corn miller Atkin William Court Lees Sumner Jno.plmbr.&vict. Eight Bells Bemrose John Pogson Samuel

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Directories are invaluable to the local historian for information about the commercial and social life of the county. The development of an area or its decline can be studied using the evidence found in a run of directories but should be supplemented by other sources of information such as newspapers and census returns.

Directories began to appear in the latter part of the 17th century to meet the needs of the developing business community but it wasn't until the middle of the 18th century that the publication of commercial directories rapidly expanded. The first directory to be published in Lincolnshire was by William White in 1826 and the last was published by Kelly's in 1937. Directories usually cover a city, county or group of counties and featured every few years rather than annually.


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