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Further reading

Cameron, K. A Dictionary of Lincolnshire Place-names, The English Place-name Society, 1998.

Centre for Metropolitan History, Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs in England and Wales to 1516, http://www.history.ac.uk/cmh/gaz , last updated July 2007 (as at October 2009).

Crust, L., Lincolnshire Almshouses: Nine Centuries of Charitable Houses, Heritage Trust Lincolnshire, 2002.

Foster, C.W., The Lincolnshire Domesday and the Lindsey Survey, Lincoln Record Society, Volume 19, 1924.

Historic environment information, including the Lincolnshire Historic Environment Record, can be accessed at:

Page, W. (ed.), Victoria County History, Lincolnshire Volume II, 1906

Platts, G., Land and People in Medieval Lincolnshire, History of Lincolnshire, Volume IV, 1985.

Platts, G., Robert Mannying of Bourne’s ‘Handlyng Synne’ and South Lincolnshire Society, in Lincolnshire History and Archaeology, Volume 14, pp.23-29, 1979.

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